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NEWBEKRY cOTTON MARKEr.
(Corrected by Summer Bros.)
( e by September 4.
Good Middling ................... 8 7-16c.
Strict Middling.......---.---. 81c.
Middling....... --........... 8-c.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool; Sept. 3. - Spot cot' ^n
moderate business; prices 1-16d higher;
American middling fair 5 13-32d; good
middling 5 5-32d; middling 5 1-16d; low
middling 4 31-32d; good ordinary 4 27
32d; ordinary 4 19-32d. The sales of
the day were 7,000 bales of which 500
were for speculation and export and
included 5,500 American. Receipts
3,000 bales, including 800 American.
All school book9 sold strictly for
cash at the Book Store. Please
don't ask for crpdit
Mayes' Book Store.
Prnspr1ty Buank t'hartered.
The secretary of state yesterday is
sued a charter to the Bank of Pros
perity, which will have a capital of
$25,000 and proposes doing a business at
once. Among the directors are A. G.
Wise, E. W. Robertson, A. R. Boozer
and G. Y. Hunter. -The State, 4th.
Fnrt1ne ! a oT,, a '-z>.n.
"Having t'resing pains in head,
ba - and -omuach, and heinLv witbout
pj Litr, I nsew nn to u-e Dr. Kinn;': N ew
T,ift Pitls ' writes W P. W hiE'7,., of
Xennedale, 'T'x - "hnd -o ,o relt ikt, a
new mau." Infallible.in stonwaun and
ltrer troubles. Only 25e. at all drug
The many friends of Mr. Eugene A.
Griffin. will be pleased to learn that he
has been promoted to the position of
Sassistant manager of the Southern Cot
1 tien Oil Company at Charlotte, N. C.
Er. Griffin is a young man.-of fine busi
ness qualitiesand his every effort will
be crowned wi success. His many
friads here watch his promotion with
Not DoomCed For LIfa.
I was treated for th ree years by good
aotor8," writes W. A. Greer, McCon
ealeville, O., "for Piles, and Fistula,
r ts, when all f,ailed, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve eured ne in two weeks.'' Cutres
VBurns, Bruises, Cuts, Corns, Sores, E
Sruptions, Sa1t Rheum, Piles or no psiy.
Sg 2e at all druggists.
A VomnpArtidV RiaminatioD.
Superintendent of Education Eugene
rS. Werts requests us to state that a
$benipetitive Examination to fill vacan
cies in the South Caroliua Military acad
erny for this county will be held on
~Wednesday, September 10th, in the
Scourt house at this place.
A Parson's Noble Acet.
.' 'I want all the world to know,"
writes Rev. C..T. B'id1ong, of Ashaway,
L 1, "what a thoroughly good and re
1, iable medicine I found in Elect rie Bit
s ers. They cured toe of jaundice a.nd
Vliver'tronibles that had caused me great
safering fdi-many years. For a g'en
nine, all-around cure they excel any
Stifingi d'ver saw." Electric bitters-are
s he-anpfise of all for their wonderful
?wi-k In Liver, Kidney and Stomach
'troubles- Don't fail to try them. Only
4 0 cts. Satisfaction is guaranteed by
A Fu and Elegant Line.
S Mr. and Mrs. Wni. A. M6seley, of
Moseley Bros., Prosperity, are just back
Sfrom the Northern market, having
'purchased a full line of dry goods,
iotions and millinery goods.
Messrs. Moseley Bros. will be glad to
have their friends come in and inspect
Stheir new line. They will find right
~,prices and a cordial welcome.
a asey's Wild Ride' For Lift..
With a family around expecting him
Sto die, and a s 'n rid ing for life, 18 miles
- to get Dr. King's New Disco very for
on ~sumption, Conghbsond colds, W. I..
SBrown of Leesville, Ind., endured
death's aonies fromT asthma. but this
2 onderful medicine gave instant renect
and soon cuaed him. He writes: "I now
slep ounlyevery night " Like mar
velous cures of Consumptin, Pueu
monla, Bronchitis, t\)Ughs, Colds and
Grip prove its matchless metrit for all
Throat and Lung troublesi Guarantee~ a
bottlea 5i0c and $1 00. Trial bottle frtee
at all drugr stores.
Ice Vream F.estival
Don't forget to attend the ice cream
festival at Odd Fellows Hall in West
ii nd tomorrow night, to be given jointly
by Pulaski and Rebecca Lodges. Re
freshments will be served and stereop
~tican views will be exhibited. The con
Sdidates will also be expected to be
present. It will be the event of the
season and a large crowd will bo'present.
IC"Clifton" fancy patent flour is a per
fect flour. It is not possible to put
more quality and purity into a flour
"Citn sasf ha ac pat
ent. It is made from selecS wheat,
Severy gram of which was grown on
Kentucky soil-the finest wheat in the
wide world. Only the choicest berries
are selected. These are thoroughly
cleaned, and then by a special process
of gradual reduction are converted into
flour.. The cream of this flour is sep
arated and sifted gently through the
finest silk bolting cloth, giving it a vel
vety softness seldom found in ordinary
flour. That's "Clifton," and that's
Swhy it is a perfect flour-the finest
product expert milling and a modern
mill can make from the best wheat~
"Clifton" is a flour of quality at a!
reasonable price. You can pay as much
and get an inferior flour, but you can
not get a better flour whatever you pay
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See Master's ad.
Miss Daisy Whaley is visiting in the
Mr. Edw. R. Hipp has another pretty
Mrs. N. N. Burton is visiting rela
tives in Batesburg.
Treasurer Epps visited Spartanburg
and Union this week.
Miss Ethel Epting, of Greenwood, is
visiting at Mrs. Clines.
Mrs. James A. Bowers and little son
will return to Atlanta today.
R. H. Welch, Esq., is announced in
this paper a candidate for mayar.
Miss Hortense Long, a professional
nurse, is visiting at Mr. E. H. Aull's.
Mr. Jos. Mann and daughter, Miss
Jennie, returned Wednesday from New
Miss Lula Bradley has returned home
from West Springs accompanied by Miss
Cole L. Blease, Esq., left Wednes
day on a business trip to Laurens, Spar
tanburg and Union.
Miss Lizzie Copeland returned Tues
day from Columbia where she had been
nursing a case of sickness.
We are requested to announce that
there will be no services at the Baptist
Church on Sunday morning.
Miss Emma Wilson, after a pleasant
visit to Greenville, is spending several
weeks with relatives in Saluda.
Capt. A. P. Pifer returned yesterday
from the valley of Virginia, where he
has been for the past few weeks.
Mr. J. W. Reeder is representing the
Pennsylvania Casualty company, which
guarantees protection against sickness
Dr. E. P. McClintock will arrive
home today or tomorrow and will occu
py his pulpit in the Thompson Street
CQI. George Johnstone left for Ken
tucky on the up train yesterday, being
called there by telegram on important
Master George Lever has been re
citing privately to Rev. S. C. Ballen
tine, preparatory to going to Newberry
College.-Chapin News, 28th.
Miss Mary Nance Fair, of Newberry,
is in the city stopping with Miss Julia
Lee. Miss Fair is -on her way home
from Saluda, N. C. -Greenwood Index.
Mr. H. K. Blats, who has a position
on the Wilmington (N. C.) Star, as a
linotype operator, is in the city for a
few days visiting his father, Mr. W. H.
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer is to make an
address at-the Sunday School conven
tion next Saturday afternoon. It is
hoped that many will be here. -Chapin
Mr. L. L. Hunter, who has a position1
s stenographer in Sumter, has been 1
'isiting his father, Mr. R. T. C. Hun-1
er, in the county this week. He will
return to Sumter tomorrow.
Rev. Dr. S. T. Hallman went. toi
Greenwood yesterday where he will
iold a several days' meeting with thei
Lutherans of .that city, closing Sundayi
ight with communion on Sunday. 1
Mr. W. S. Mann, his mother, Mrs.
K. M. Mann, and his sister, Miss
Nannie Mann, went to Blythwood
Wednesday to attend the funeral of his
brother-in-law, Mr. J. D. Wooten.
Mr. J. W. M. Simmons and his son
Ward returned yest&rday from a busi
iess trip to Charlotte, N. C. Ward
will leave in a few days for Maine,
where he will serve three years in the
Editor H. C., Bailey, of the Chapin
News, was in the city Wednesday in
he interest of his paper and the pro
posed cotton mill at Chapin. He states
that the promoters of the mill at that
place are meeting with much encourage
Miss Pearl Gideon returned last Sat
uirday from Spartanburg, having com- 1
pleted a business course in Converse
Business College. She left Tuesday 1
o accept a position with the Waverly
mills at Georgetown, as bookkeeper.
Mrs. Panl Johnstone and Miss Sena i
Riser, who have been north buying
goods for the Riser Millinery Co., re-i
turned Wednesday with a full line of<
pretty and stylish millinery. Their
walking hats are ready for display and
they will be glad for their friends and
customers to call.
is not always brought about by change
of air and water. "The stay-at-homes"
are just as susceptible to diarrhoea; due
generally, to over eating, as unripe fruits
etc;; and drinking ice water; all accom
nanied by painful bowel discharges, and
if not checked, results seriously. Perry
Davis' Painkiller is the only purely re
liable remedy. 25 and 50c.
Another ridiculous food fad has been
branded by the most competent authori
ties. They have 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 dyspepsia. 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
ions. A few doses aids digestion,
stimulates the liver to healthy action,
urifies the blood, and makes you feel
buoy ant and vigorous. You can get
this reliable remedy at
Get Green's Special Almanac.
Please add to your' 'phone list: Coin
issioners of Public Works ( office) 129.
Newberry Cash Store ,131.
I. W Pk~vd
DEATH OF REV. U. E. TODD.
He was Once Pre"ldent of the 1)uA West
Abbeville, Sept. 3. -A dispatch was
received here today announcing the
death of Rev. C. E. Todd at St. Joseph's
infirmary, Baltimore, Md., as the result
of a surgical operation. He had been in
the infirmary only a few days, but had
been in declining health for some months.
He was one of the most prominent
ministers of the Associate Reformed
Presbyterian church and was formerly
pastor for several years of the First
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
church of Charlotte, N. C. He left
this charge to accept the presidency of
Due West Female college, and on ac
count of ill health he resigned the presi
lency of the college about two years
ago after a most successful administra
Since that time he has held a pro
fessorship in the theological seminary
Df the Associate Reformed Church at
Due West. He was a man of untiring
energy and prominent in the higher
educational circles of the State. The
funeral will take place in Due West
Mr. Todd was but 42 years of age,
and is survived by his wife and six
thildren. - Special to The State.
Rev. Todd had many friends and ac
juaintances in Newberry, who w ill re
;ret to leara of his death. He was at
e time editor of Our Young People, a
religious paper printed at this office.
Prof. Clinkscales, of Wofford college,
lelivered a very fine address on the
;ubject of education to' a large and
appreciative audience at the Methodist
:hurch last Sunday night.
Our popular teacher, Prof. Merchant,
>egan his school here last Monday with
7 pupils. The attendance promises to
>e very large this session.
There will be preaching at the Baptist
;hurch here by the pastor, Rev. J. H.
Pearcy, next Sunday morning.
The work on our factory is progress
ng rapidly and new people moving into
ur town every day. It is expected to
ee in operation within a month.
Sept. 3. E.
Christ1an T#E,npcrance Workt r.
These workers will hold their fourth
nnual meeting in Chester, convening
at 8.30 Thursday evening September
8th and closing on Sunday.
The good people of Chester extend a
reartfelt welcome to this organization,
both for their own *and their work's
sake. All chapters and bands are urged
> send representatives to this meeting.
Reduced railroad rates and hospitable
somes will be furnished for all dele
ates and visitors.
The organizer, Mrs. E. S. Herbert, is
ow making a very successful tour of
:he State and earnestly desires that all
:he new, as well- as the old organiza
ions, be fully represented at Chester.
The second issue of their new month
y, The Christian Temperance Worker,
s now out, and it iL hoped that all
friends of temperance will aid the work
n a material way by immediately send
ng address and fifty cents to the busi
ess manager, Miss Julia V. Smith,
spartanburg, S. C.
Death of an Infanit.
Saturday night, August 30th, at 10
'clock, death visited the home of Mr.
Lnd Mrs. Fayette Clamp, of Kadesh,
md took from them their little baby boy,
'hos. Calvin-age 9 months.
The little boy had been sick only a
ew days and his recovery was hoped
or until near the last, when it was
;een that there were no hopes, and ere
ong his little spirit would fly to meet
ts God. How remarkable; nine months
dmost to the hour, that he lived-only
line months, yet in that time he be
ame the idol of the home and the joy
f his parents. Now they are bowed
lown in grief because of the absence
f their darling boy. Yet they have
;he consolation to know that the Maker
>f everything doeth no wrong, and that
;heir little boy is now happy on the
olden Shore waiting to welcome pa
ents to that land which is promised
The sympathy of the entire commu
lity goes out to the parents in this their
larkhour of bereavement. G. H. L.
Fair view IDo'.
Farmers have been very busy the
:ast two weeks pulling fodder and
We have had some very rainy weath
r. gathering crops. Crops in this sec
zion are the worst for years, not more
than a half a crop will be gathered.
B. R. Long and Bros. will move their
saw mill back home in a few days.
A musical was given at the residence
of Mr. George Stockman on last Satur
'Messrs Noah Ham and Bros. have
purchased a saw mill from Mr. John
Boozer and are sawing lumber on Mr.
B. A. Connelly's place.
Mr. Ben Cannon has moved to the
Newberry Cotton Mills.
Mr. Neal Ham has moved from near
Holley's ferry to the old Daniel. Ham's
School at Fairview has been sus
p)endedl for a few months.
There wvill be Children's Day service
at Macedonia on Friday, September 5.
Every body is invited to attend and
bring well-filled baskets.
A few days' meeting will be com
menced at Bethel Baptist Church on the
second Sunday in September.
August 29, 1902. J M. M.
WALL Paper can be had at Wooten's
vi ~ it'~ kent in stock. tf
Died In North Carolnna.
News was received in Newberry -
Wednesday of the death of Mr. J. D.
Wooten in Morganton, N. C., that
morning. The remains were brought
to Blythewood' S. C., for burial. Just
one year from the date of his death his
wife died. He leaves three little orphan
Mr. Wooten was a brother-in-law of
Mr. W. S. Mann, of this city. 1]
Greenwood for Wyatt iken.
I feel proud of the vote Greenwood
gave Wyatt Aiken in the first primary.
But now that all the other gentlemen
are out of the' way except one, let
Greenwood put her shoulders to the
wheel and give him a great big roll up S
the hill. He was, you might say, born
and reared in our midst. His friends
and his people are here. His distin
guished father's body sleeps in the
cemetery at Greenwood, and many of t
the old veterans who followed him in t<
the war are proud of his record. Wyatt sE
Aiken's interest in Greenwood and her c,
people is deeper than that of the other
gentlemen could possibly be. Why should
we not then show that we reciprocate
his interest and love? Let every man re
member the big hearted son of the
noble sire and make him our congress
man. We believe that Greenwood al
town and county will give him a heavy ai
vote. -Democrat in Greenwood Journal. le
Ilotp fromu 8t. Philip'".
The cotton is opening very rapidly in
this section. N
We have had plenty of rain the last fa
On August the 16th the celebration K.
at St. Philip's was a grand success. ni
The exercises were grand. It was re- 61
markable to see how the little chil- Cr
dren did speak. fc
Cedar Spring institute will open the c
7th of October. Great improvements C
have been made in that institution since
I left there. They have built a new
department to recite lessons in, and -
they are going to use their old depart
ment altogether as a dormitory. There
will be room now for pupils who sent
in their application and could not enter
on account of being crowded.
On the 24th of August Miss Talu
Sligh was married to Mr. Louis Domi- C
nick of Prosperity. They were mar
red at Prosperity by Rev. P. H. E. g
Derrick, after which they returned to
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ruff's for dinner,
where they found the table laden with
many nice things. On Monday they
returned to their home at Prosperity.
We wish them much success through
I will close, hoping to hear next Tues--c
day a week that Mr. E. H. A. will be
elected as a member of the House ofa
Much success to The Herald and
Aug. 29, 1902.
E'xcarsion to Savannab.
The greatest excursion of the season
will be run over the Southern road from
Piedmont to Savannah, on Thursday, G:
September 11th. The train willI be un- dij
der the supervision of Mr. W. .E. Mc
Gee, traveling passenger agent of the
Southern, assisted by Messrs. S. H.
McLean and M. L. Spearmad, of this __
city. The schedule and fare will be as
Piedmont. ..........7.C3.. ........$2 75
Pelzer .............. 7.15 ........ .. 2 70
Williamston........ 7.20.......... 2 70
Belton............... 7.40........... 2 60 Cl
onea Path.........7.55........... 2 50
Donalds............. 8.10.......... 2 45
odges............ . 8.30........ 2 40
othrans............ 8.40..... .. 2 35
Greenwood...... ..8.55........... 2 25r
New Market.....9.00.......... 225H
Ninety-Six..........9.10........... 2 25 in
Dyson ............... 9.25.......... 2 25 flr
Chappells...........9.35........... 225 h
Old Town...........9.50 .......... 225 t
Silver Street...... 10.00........... 2 00 C;
Helena............. 10.20.......... 2 00 m
Newberry .. .......10.25........... 200
Prosperity.........10.40 ......... 2 00 ar
Pomaria ........... 10.55.......... 200
Hope...... .... --- 11 .00.-.--... 2 00 fe
Peak .. ........... 11.05....... 2 00
Alston .............. 11.10.......... 200
Wallaceville....... 11.25....... 2 00 sg
Bookman.......... 11.35........ 2 00
Montgomery... 11.40.----...... 2 00
Frost............... 11.50........... 2 00
The Riser Millinery Company
is offering their entire line of HATS th
and TRiMMINGS at COST. Call
and see themu before buying. st
Hello Central !----Giye Me 48 ib
Th Nderry GraDito Fronit i
Patet. B'td', M ilk Bread,
'a Rad, Pb.t rem:rd,
Boston Br~own Bread.
:W-+, a r;ment of fresh, fainey
Cake a showny hIXreplhA ' n'e. i
Order ta- by caTrelephoe hay'nd de
ouvredt' frlieeof chareasw hv nt
(Ci n]~ i,orr ~!u hn
No 4 n]8us rrngu hn
H. A4M8e Sn
10 A. Meyer & Son.
- 0 TO J. P. COOK for Gold-Hunter
7 Flour. None better.
IXIE Mosqueto Canopies. Nets
and Frames $2.00. S. J. Wooten.
TOR SALE-8-horse Talbot Engine,
- 50-saw gin and condEnser and power
ress, also shingle machine-cheap.
pply to J. B. CLARY.
7OR SALE.-12) acre fe' in, and stowk
ftr sai.. 14 miles above Jalar,a, S.
Farm weil improved.
Call on o- write tto S. M. DUNCAN.
Jalapn, S. C.
ILEAN LINEN pays. In order to
- have ir, this way send it to New
rry Steam Laund.y.
1AVE things up to date. Send your
Collars and Cutfs to Newberry
O bu'rdle too small, none too large,
to have our artention.
Newherrv Steam L:undry.
-IOTTON SEED WANTED-We have
.. made arrangements with some of
re largest oil mills and are prepared
pay the very highest price for cotton
!ed. When you have seed for sale
Ll to see us. Respectfully,
4w Summer Bros.
7OUNG JACK for service. Apply
:o A. L. Knightot:. -
tf M. M. BUFORD.
/jfONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
.' loans on improved farm lands
seven per cent. interest on
nounts over one thousand dollars,
id eight per cent. interest on amounts
ss than $1,000. Long time and easy
tyments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
JUBBER STAMPS- ame stamp
-15e. per ine. Pads 10c Dates,
erchauts markina outfits J. P. (look,
ewberry. S. C., Rubber S'amp Manu
cturer. 6ms itaw
PE(TACLES A N) EY EGLASSES
Doyour eyes acbe and burn at
ght? I have the best trial case for
tinv Spectacles and Eyerlasnes, and
ni tit the ni st difficult eyes, wh ith ' he
voplr gasses. I have fitted gla-ses
r the best people in the eaunry and
mn it you. I use only the best. grade
rvstaline lenses. Come azd give me
trial and be convinced. Strictly one
-ice to all. GUY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
NlE are ready to gin
your cotton at 75
ents per bale of 500
>s., and sell you bag
ing and ties at 50 cts.
er bale, making $1..25
er bale for ginning,
agging and ties.
Will pay 24 cts. per
ushel (of 30 lbs.) for
otton seed delivered
t Oil Mill.
Ie wberrv Oil Mill,
L1 W. FOYD, Manager.
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
[EETS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
at 8 o'clock at tbeir hall at the
aded School buiding. Visitors cor
COL E. L. BL EASE, N. G
T. S. Hudson, Seretary.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROCLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBEE.RY-IN
arlton C. Matthews and George M.
Wilson, Partners doing business under
the firm name of Matthews & Wilson,
J. Ed. Monts et al., Defendants.
>Y ORDER OF THE COURT
} herein I will sell before -:he Court
ouse at Newberry, S. C., with
the legal hours of sale, on the
st Monday in October, 1902, to the
hest bidder, all that piece, parcel or
act of land lying and being situate in
e county of Newberry, state of South
rolina, containing fifty (50) acres,
are or less, and t>ounded on the east
Polly Derrick, on the south by John
.Monts, on the west by W. C. Shealy
don the north by L. S. Shealy.
Terms of sale: Cash. Purchaser to pay
r ae H. H. RIKARD, Master
Master's office, Sept. 4, 1902.
[ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
George S. Mower, Plaintiff,
LucyE E.Dickert Defendant.
By order of the court herein, I will
11 to the highest bidder before the
urt house at Newberry, S. C., within
e legal hours of sale, on the first Mon
y in October, 1902, all that tract or
antation of land situate, lying and
ing in the county of Newberry and
ate aforesaid, containing fifty (50)
res, more or less, and bounded by
nds of Daniel Suber and D. A. Dickert.
Terms of sale: One half of the pur
tase money to be paid in cash, the
dance in one year from day of sale
ith interest at 8 per cent., credit por
m to be secured by bond of the pur
Laser with mortgage of the premises.
archaser to pay for papers.
H. H. RIKARD, Master N. C.
Master's Office, Sept. 4th, 1902.
, I of Woilla1's Uoll6g, H111ol011, V8.)
Studio Over Mower's Store.
~peial attention paid
-- -- --to beginners.
~chool opens Sept. 1st, 1902.
rerm $2.50 for 8 lessns.
MO W E
W E HAVE fort
for this dem;
line of Blacks as v
Fabrics in the Ne
Ideas for Fall. T
rivaled in Lownes
Variety of Style.
you before begin
chase to careful!:
H AVE YOU exa
line of Waisi
Tricot, full assorti
at 25c. per yard,
able price for this
Other Waist C1
and Solid Colors
We have a few lef
them out. They have be
and $3.00. The price nc
This is your opportt
at a very low price.
Many bargains in Shoes,
Dry Goods for the next 2
PATTERNs AND F!
Al 0. KLE
20 yds. Sea Island Clol
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
80 lbs Special Drive T wist Chew-I
ing Tobacco at only 25c. perl. -
At O. KLETTNER'S,
6 packages (16 oz each) Wash
ing Powders at only 25c.
M sonsFrnit Jars-1 doz. } gals.
aoi 99.I doz qts. at 73c.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
100) pairs Children's Slippers
worth $1.25 at only 61c. a pair.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
12 lbs. Arm and Hammer Keg
Soda at only 25c.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
10 yds. 40) in. Heavy Sbesoting at
- A Fair and SqurelI
F.ULL VA LUE FOR
and with a full
vell as Colored
w 'and Popular
his line is un
s of Price and
We would ask
ming your pur
j compare our
I t IIes.
mined our new
L Flannels and
nent of Colors
i very reason
oths in Styles
50c. per yard
RE THE BEST....
t and wish to close
~en selling at $2.75
w is cut to $2.00.
inity to get the best
Hats, Clothing &nd
h at only 49 cents.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
11 lbs. good Rio Coffe. for $1 00.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
Frnit Jar Ro bbers at only 4e. doz.
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300 pairs Ladies' Slippers worth
$ 1.50 going at 69c. a pair.___
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13 bars Good WVashing Soap at
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4_boxs of Star Lye at o04l 25c.
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China Plates, Cups and Sancers
at only 10c. worth twice as much.
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