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S t Middling. ............ 8c.
S-* .ingerng Smmer Colds.
Deo't let a cold run at this seasoti.
IWumer oolds are the hardest kind to
and if nceglected may linger along
neathe. A long siege like this will
down t,he stronget, constitution.
minute Cough Cure will break up
aack at. once :'fe. sure, acts at
('ures cuu^', colds. croup,
ftis. all th roat and limg trou bles.
Y=e children like it. W. E. Pelham &
ae deie to thank our neighbors and
for their untiring kindnesses
us during the illness and death
-r dear little 18-months-old daugh
We asure them that their kind
'; '' IBever be forgotten by us. We
Aj..:+1 m say that the good Lord will
in the-time to come.
J. P. Cannon and wife.
a nd eegvbipnttm,et.
tive liver medicine is a disap
t, but you don't want to purge,
and break the, giands of the
and howels, DeWitt's
Way -Risers never disappoint.
the-. system of all poison
matter and doe, it so gently
se. enjoys the pleasant effects.
are a sonic to the liver. Cure
, torpid livpr and prevent
r .W. Pe}h2Im do 8oe
s : betisee . . to asvWe.
Law McClintock has ac
? the peuition of Lady Principal of
- d's aSeminary, Nashville, Tenn.,
eOen last Friday to take up her
This ne of the best institu
this ion, and We congratu
es Mary Law on the honor con
DOware cf the Kat&.
profeesion has advanced more
of lae than surgery, but it
ba:eed except w .ere abso
Maeseary. In csses of piles for
it is seldom- used. DeWitt's
s1ea Salve cures quickly and
Sy. lJepaalled for cuts,
iies, wounds, skin diseases.
..aer counterfeits "I was
ylth bleeding pilas that T lost
blofnd and strength," ays J. C.
Paris, III "DeWitt's W itech
Cuied me in a short time."
edtiheiis. W. E. Peiham &
- e.as.mm= or s3l..
Gowern ha app'ointed the fol
.G.Sale, -Newberry; B. B.
ne.J W. Uanhadt, Newber
'LF. DA, Newberry.
Wake omre er tae meamaeb.
ma r womnan whose digestion
anid whose stomach perforr~as
1wistion ie never sick. Kodel
7puries and sweetens the
and ees itively and per
eli stemac troubles, indi2es
a& I; is the wonder
ye tonic that is making
smany aick people well and weak
qtvang by oonvying to their
~Uof' the~nourishment in the
y el. Rev. J1. H. Holladay, of
, MIss., writes. Kodol has
I consider it the best remedy I
used fow dlyspepsia and stomach
-I was given up by physicians.
ol eaved my life. Take it after
W.t2 Pelbam & Son.
above is the title to the bol an
on the dirst page of this
ofpl Newberry County. From
' ~$rto' ypar Wimnaugh reaches out
te greater and higher achieve
~ ~a~sin the line of his business, and
il atof his success speaks beyond
senrnintanthat it means bargains to
4herpeople who trade there. He has an
~ ~ stock of goods and a most
$imeulant and polite force of clerks to
Waiten his customers. A visit to his
slitore aund an inspection of his goods
and prices, means a purchase on your
A New Stable.
Mr. A. L. Knighton has erected on
Harringtag. street, a bran new, neat
4amnd enent stable, and will at an
livery bina.He can now' accom
oate those who want shelter and
food. for their stock. Mr. Knighton
has had years of experience in the stock
buins and hasfitted up quarters to
debnin0 in a businesslike manner.
Sume of his stock will come in a few
Woame. and Jew..e.
* Jewels, candy, flowers, man-that is
the order of a woiman's preference.
- .Jewels form a magnet of mighty power
-.to- the average woman. Even that
geitsof all jewels, health, is often
- ~~Inein the strenuous efforts to make
~~Sa~0tile money to purchase them.
~1N'WUiaflwill risk her health to get a
eovitd 'gem then let her fortify her
sgli against the insiduous conse
ofcoughs, colds and bronchial
a by the regular use of Dr.
Boechee's German Syrup It. will
- otnstty arrest consumption in its
erly stages and heal the agfected lungs
ead bronchial tres and drive the dread
-disease from the system. It is not a
cure-all, but It Is 8 certain cure for
aoughs, colds and all bronchial uroubles.
You can get this reliable remedy at
W. E. Pelham & Son.
Get Green's Special Almanac.
VOU CAN SAVE 5 to 10 cents on
Levery $1.00 Magaine by 'ing
your subscription to Mayes' Book Store.
V ILKIOU14 AND ALL ABOUT
Barlow Minstrels at the opera house
Mr. M. I. Krawchek is in the city for
a few days.
Miss Clara Hutchinson is clerking for
Miss Mary Burton returned Saturday
from New York.
The Lonely Widow tonight at the
opera house. See her.
Mrs. L. C. Boland is back at her
post at Copeland Bros.
T. S. Hudson is announced a candi
date for alderman from Ward 5.
Miss Juanita Schumpert, of the coun
ty, is visiting Miss Florence Werts.
Miss Lily Griffin left yesterday for
Elizabeth College, Charlotte, N. C.
Mrs. Aumerle Schumpert is on a visit
to the family of Col. 0. L. Schumpert.
Miss Julia Paisley returned yesterday
from a visit to relatives in Charleston.
Miss Hortense Long, of Columbia, is1
in the city, the guest of Mrs. E. H.
Mr. B. T. Paysinger is clerking at
the L. W. Cosby grocery on Main
Mr. J. H. Hair was called to Langley
Sunday on account of the serious illness
of his sister.
Mr. J. H. Clary, of Saluda, is with t
Copeland Bros., and will be glad to see
his friends there.
Mr. A. C. Jones, after spending sev- 1
eral weeks in New York, is at homej
visiting for a few days.
If the extra term of court next
month lasts for two weeks it will con
flict again with the State Fair.
Miss Leila-Fulmer is back from Co
lumbia and will be pleased to have her
friends call to see her at Copeland $
Mr. Frank D. Mower left yesterday t
for Philadelphia where he will study t
medicine in the University of Pennsyl- c
Mr. William Matthews, who has been s
taking a course in the medical college d
at Baltimore, has returned to New
Prof. and Mrs. S. J. Derrick returned b
Saturday from Lexington, where Prof. t
Derrick had been in charge of the sum- c
mer school. i:
The first service was held in the new
Lutheran church at Little Mountain on
Sunday. Everything was nice and z
pleasgto the people. 11
Miss Corrie Belle Dawkins, of Spar- c
tanburg, after an extended visit to the 8
fnmily of Mr. Robt. D. Smith, returned a
to her home Saturday.
Mr. A. C. Jones has aforce of hands e
at work tearing down the old Metho
ist church. He will utilize the old ~
material in the erection of tenant r
Miss Juanita Culbreath, of Chappells,
and Miss Tilla Culbreath, of Tampa, a
la., are visiting at Mr. B. T. Paysin- ~
ger's. Miss Tilla Culbreath will leave
na few days for her home in Florida, ~
and Miss Juanita will accompany her,
on a visit to the "laud of flowers.''
Mr. H. '' Meyers, the celebrated ,
ainter, has .,.t completed painting 1
he residence of Mr. J. P. Fant at sa
Whitmires. He is there now painting
he engine and electrical apparatus in
the Glenn-Lowry Mill. Meyers will
give satisfaction with the paintj brush.
THE STREET HATS AT
The Riser Millinery Company ~
are up-todaein evr respect. Call a
and see thee 'eqebuig The en- si
ire line is ready f' npcin
Ut. Tabor Sanday sobool to Picate. B
Mt. Tabor Sunday school will give a
he children a picnic next Saturday.
Rev. J. K. Efird and perhapa others
will address the school.
Meeting eachelor Maids.
The Bachelor Maids will meet with
iss Myrtie Schumpert this afternoon
t 4 o'clock. Helen Moore, Pres't.
Linda Welch, Secretary.
auiar y servce.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran con- F
gregation, in the lower part of the p
ounty, will hold a public service in the
hurch on September 28th, atl11a. m. ~
I'he service will include recitations, y
reading, and an address'by Dr. Geo. B.
romer, of Newberry College. Music
appropriate to the occasion will be ren
ered. The offering will be devoted to A
missionary purposes. ja
Ne'wb..rry Colege Openilng.j
The fall term of Newberry College n
will begin Wednesday morning, Sept. je
24th, at 8.45 o'clock. All students, old
as well as new, are urged to be present
at the opening, in order that the work
of the session may be organized prompt
ly. Students who come from the a
graded school are requested to bring t
their grade cards showing to what P
lasses they have been promoted. On P
Friday morning short addresses will be ~
delivered before the student body in 0
the chapel, by some of our leading citi
ens. Geo. B. Cromer. C
(Card of Thanks.
I wish to return my sincere thanks in ji
behalf of myself and family for the l ,
very kind attention shown to me and 3
famiuy in the last illness of my wife, j
Pollie E. Epting. Also to the ministers
of the Gospel, viz: her pastor, Rev. J-| t
A. Sligh, and the Revs. Lutz, Long, |,
Beck and C. P. Boyd, who so kindly I
visited her and gave her the rich con- j i
solation of the Gospel of Christ.
* J J Epinn.i
AWFUL FALL IN AN ELIVTOR SHAF
George BaMcomb Suber viashes i)+wn E1eve
StorieM, Grasping vab%e-Died
of Hlw taforir'e.
The following report of an awful as
cident to a Newberry boy, resulting i
his death, is taken from the Atlant
Journal of the 19th. Mr. Suber is
native of this county, and has man
relatives and friends here who deep]
sympathize with his bereaved wido
and little one.
George Bascomb Suber, an elevatc
man of the Empire building, had a slid
for life for eleven floors down the cab]
Af the freight elevator of that buildin
today at noon, and was so severely ir
jured that fears for his recovery aI
He is now at the Grady hospital, ha
ng been taken there after he had bee
temporarily operated upon by Dr. J. C
White and Dr. J. P. Rosser.
Suber is formerly from Stone Mour
tain, Ga., where his wife and child liv(
Ee was a farmer. He* is twenty-fiv
'ears of age and is the step-son of Joh
F. Smith, one of the employes of th
Suber is a new man at the elevatox
iaving only yesterday been given a pc
ition. He was put upon the freigh
Today he was hauling freight betweei
;he floors. At the eleventh floor h
topped his car and when he started i
tgain operated it from the outside, a
;he car may be easily operated by th
ope on the top as by the handle on th
aside. The car was going down
e was leaning through the elevato
shaft looking down 'at the car.
His foot slipped and he shot down
yard in the shaft.
Suber reached for the steel cable an<
,ripped it, but could not stop its flight
and for eleven floors his body followed
he car. When the car stopped auto
natically at the bottom floor Suber fel
teavily and was wedged between tho
ar and the grating of the shaft.
That is the story as he told it him
elf while in a semi-conscious conditioi
irectly after the accident while thi
hysicians were operating upon him.
The young man displayed considera
le fortitude while the stitches wer4
eing taken in his groin by the physi
ians and while the operation was be
George Bascomb Suber, the elevatoi
ian in the Empire building who was
ijured yesterday about noon by being
rushed between the top of his elevato2
nd the eleventh floor, died last nighi
t 6 o'clock at the Grady hospital.
The hospital authorities made every
ffort to save the young man's life,
ut it was a hopeless case from thf
art. H is injuries were of a most se
ious order, and it is rather remarkable
iat he should have lived six hours af
er the accident.
Suber was 25 years of age. He was
iarried last December to the daughter
f John M. Smith, who is employed irl
die Empire. Suber came to Atlanta
com Stone Mountain.
In the Empire saloon a subscription
as been started for the benellt of him
ife and little three-weeks-old baby.
he wife is entirely without mgns od
ipport. -__ _ __ _ _
T HE GRaDED sCHOOLs,
aceosfl Opening Monday Moraing-A
Large Attendance-Work Began8. -
The city schools opened yesterday
ornng. The attendance the first
rning was good and the prospects
re bright for a most successful ses
The enrolment, by grades, at the
oundary street school yesterday was
First, Mrs. W. Y. Fair-42.
Second, Miss Gertrude Simpson-86.
Third, Miss Mary Burton-43.
Fourth, Miss NellyeAieFall-41.
Fifth, Miss Linda Welch-48.
Sixth, Miss Margaret Burnette-37.
Seventh, Miss Alice Jones-38.
Eighth, Miss Nannie Pool-27.
Ninth, Miss Lucy Riser-19.
Tenth, Sur:. B. H. Johnstone-4.
At the Factory school, Misses Laura
lease and Bernice Martin teachers,8
upils were enrolled.
The total enrolment at the .Hoge
chool, colored, R. W. -Mance, Irene
nowden, Amanda Neel and A. C.
.wery teachers, was 194.
Mr. C. G. Blease and Miss Minnie
.dams, daughter of Mr. John Adams,
of this city, were married by Rev.
. L. Seabrook at the home of Magis
ate J. H. Chappell, on last Friday
ight. The Herald and News extends
At the Opera House.
A new musical farce comedy entitled
The Lonely Widow" will be presented
the opera house tonight, and fromr
e flattering endorsements this com
any have received wherever they have
layed, the theatre-going public will
ave the opportunity of witnessing one
f the newest, brightest and cleanest
arce comedies of the season. The
ompany carries its own scenery, lighti
nd calcium effects, and is composed ol
wenty members, each one of when
as been specially selected for his oi
er part. Among the artists of not4
rith the company this season are James
lackin and Joe Vance, two celebrated
rish comedians; Master Commodore,
he youngest buck and wing dancer or
he American stage; Mlle. Francin<
d Baby Blossom in a wonderful fir<
nd serpentine dance; and Miriam Wolf<
n a smial contortion act. The plaw
s said to go with a vim and dash~
eants now on sale at Mnae' Book Ston
r STILL BET TER MINS4TRELS.
The Barlow M(istre.tN AmtontMhed a Largs
Audtent-.- in cp:irtanburg.
The Barlow minstrels have been com
- ing to Spartanburg for years, eacl
n year with a better entertainment
a which explains their large audience or
a last evening, but nobody expected t<
Y see such a novel and -magnificent show
Y as was given for two hours and a half
N Commencing with a most gorgeous firs1
part, introducing none but splendid
r voices and new songs and bright jokes,
e there were no stale features, no smutty
e jokes, nothing to displease, everything
g to delight. It is safe to say that a bet
I- ter ensemble of minstrel acts was nev
e er before seen in this city.
The orchestra was good, of course,
Lew Baldwin caught and held the crowd
n with his witticisms, the cock of his
eye being enough to start roars of
laughter; then among the star features
- of the olio were Carl Charles, hand
- balancer; who gave a marvelous per.
e formance, followed by one of the most
a original of minstrel acts ever put on.
e The show closed with the Kates Bros'.
aerial ring act, as fine as was ever put
, on. -Spartanburg Herald, Sept. 19.
At the Newberry Opera House next
t Friday night. Prices 25, 50 and 75c.
Tickets on sale pt Mayes' Book Store.
B . Millions of People
- in the past sixty years all over the
a world could testify to the sterling
s worth of Painkiller made by Perry
Davis, as an unfailing remedy for
coughs, colds, bronchitis: try it when
- yout have those cold chills in your back
r -it is a pleasant drink when prepared
according to directioits.
One Night Only, Friday, Sept. 24,
J. A. Coburn, Man'g,r and Sole Owner.
GRAND OPENING SPECTACLE
A ROYAL RECEPTION IN BEAUTI
Presenting the entire company in a first
- part novelty of superior merit, includ
ing expensive wardrobe, beautiful
scenery and radient electrical effects.
New Songs, New Jokes, :Everything
New. Fine Band, Superb Orchestra.
Watch For Grand Noonday Street
Parade and Concert.
Prices 25c., 50c. and 75. Reserved
Seats on sale at Mayes' Book Store.
Hello Central !----6ive Me 48
Codfestinaery adu BMLery!
They have all kinds of Bread
Patent, Bread, Milk Bread,
Graha&m Bread, eream Bread,
Cap Bread, Ry e Bread,
KirmmellSeed Rye Bread,
?Boston Brown Bread.
Largest'assortment of fresh, fancy
Cakes ever shown here before.
Orders taken by Telephone anrd de
livered free of charge as we have out
our new delivery wagon.
Call and see us, or ring up Phone
H. A.'iqir & Sa..
TO DRAW A JURY.
NOTICE.IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
te undersigned composing the
Board of Jury Commissioners for New
berry County, State of South Carolina,
will on the 4th day of October next at
nine o'clock a. in., in the office of the
Clerk of Court for said County, openly
and publicly draw thirty-six jurors to
serve as jurymen at the extra term of
the CQurt of Common Pleas for New
berry County, beginning October 20th
and conitinuing two weeks.
W. W. CROMER,
'JNO. L. EPP5,
JNO. C. GOGGANS,
Clerk of Court.
Board of Jury Commissioners for
Newberry County, S. C.
Newberry, S.- C., SeptA 22, 1902.
~RealvFor Fall a
We have bought t' e largest an<
Mrchandse this Fall that we have<
trations in New Goods and Low Pr
any house in South Carolina in Sty
We mean to lead the procession this
nybody. It will be easy for you t<
when you stop and examniue the pre
certainly will pay you A dollar s
- trading at Copeland Bros. and save 1
ceptional values in Dress Goods in I
Prices. Beautiful Waist Flannels ii
in Silks and Velvets fQr Waists. Dre
We make a specialty of our SI
all grades for Ladies.: Men and CI
leading factories in America. Buyd
pleased. We guarantee satisfaction
Clothing for~Men and Boys frc
Don't buy a Suit until you see our
Good Calicoes at 3%c., Good Outit
Red Flannel i5c. Best Yard Wide '
Flannel at 5c., 8y%e. and roc. yd.,
No matter wifat prices are quol
THE CHEAPEST ST
OR SALE-One Jersey milk co
with young heifer calf. Apply 1
W. E. Pelham, Newberry, S. C.
COPELAND BROS. can show th
prettiest lines of Dress Goods ar
Trimmings in town.
OU can get, a nobby all wool Su
Y of Clothes from Copeland Bros
for $4.00, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $8.5(
$10.00, $12.00 to $15.00 a suit. Don
buy until you see them.
B EAUTIFUL lines of Ladies' Jacket
and Skirts, at Copeland Bros.
OR the best School Shoes for girl
and boys, go to Copeland Bros.
1OYS' Suits, at $1.00, ;1.50, $2.0(
$2.50, $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00, a
SEE the pretty Waist Flannels, a
~XTRA Pants for Boys and Men
Any size-cheap, at Copeland Bros
EXAS R. P. Seed Oats.
T J. F. Todd & Co.
( 0 TO J. P. COOK for Gold-Hunte
Flour. None better.
ICE STRAWBERRY Plants fo:
lrr sale, apply to
3t Thos. F. Harmon.
CAR LOAD TEXAS Red Seed Oati
just arrived at Moseley Bros.
Prosperity, S. C.
ARLOAD TRUNKS just received
Prices lower. Come early. .S. J.
EAUTIES-Lace Curtains, 39c. pr.,
B 50c. pr., 75c. pr., and finer, al
HE newest and most up-to-datf
lot of Fall Shape Hats, in all
colors, in Stiff and ft shapes. Gel
one at The Ewart-Pifer Co.
ILL DAYS-From now on wil]
grind Thursdays and Fridays only
unless engagement is made.
3t Schumpert Roller Mill.
AVE things up to date. Send your
Collars and Cuffs to Newberry
YOUNG JACK for service. Apply
to A. L. Knighton.
r - M M. BUFORD.
ONEY SAVED-You can save 5
to 10 cents by giving us your sub
scription to any of the following Maga
zines: Munsey, Argosy, McClure, Cos
mopolitan, Century, Harper's, Scribners,
Deliniator, Designer, HarFer's Bazar,
Elite and others, at Mayes Book Store.
D[OG LOST OR STRAYED. -A small
hound puppy-white face, white
ring around neck and white feet. Two
months old. Stolen or strayed from my
home about two weeks ago. . Reward
if returned to me. T. D. Jones.
CAFE DINING ROOM.-Meals can
'I)be had at all hours at the Cafe
dining room on West Main street,o
posite Klettner's. Always the best e
market affords at very moderate prices.
Meals served in any style to swt any
taste. Fresh oysters alway.s on hand.
3t - McKenzie & Son.
C'OTTON SEED WANTED-We have
made arrangements with some of
the largest oil mills and are prepared
to pythe very highest price forcotton
sed When you have aeed for sale
call 'to see us. Respectfully,
4w Summer Bros.
l\iONEY TO Il)AN.JWe inegotiate
loans on impioved farm lands
at seven per cent 'interest on
amounts over one thousand dollars,
and eight p cent.~initerest on amounts
less than $1,000. Long time and easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
RU.BER STA MPS -Name stamp
15.pr,line. - Pd O10.' Dts
merchants marking outfits. J. P. Cook,
Ne berry, S. C., Rubber Stamp Mann
facturer. 6ms 1taw
1 PECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
Do your eyes ache and burn at
night? I have t,he best trial case for
tting.8peetacies. and: Ev~Iglsses, and
c,n fit tbe i.>st didlcadt e#es, withb the
proper glasses. IL have fitted glasses
for the best people in the county and
can [it you. I use only the bes~t grade
Crystaline lenses. -Come and give me
a trial and be convinced. Strietly one
rice to all. GUY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Opticiaa.
WT E WILL CONTINUE TO SELL
.T for .thirty days Granulated Sugar:
20 punds for $1.00,
4 bxes Star Lye for 25c.
6 bars Octagon Sa for 25c.
2 pounds Tarbell Cheese for 35c.
2 pounds Soda for Sc.
We carry the largest . stock of To
bacco in Newberry for 36 cents per
pound to $1.20.
THE SMITH CO.,
'Main street, Mittle Corner,
4t .;Newberry, S. C
most compiete stock of Reliable
ever carried,, with the greatest at
ices. We invite a comparison with
les, .Quality, . Quantity and Price.
Fall and will not be undersold by
buy at QOPELAND BROS. when
t-y goods and get the prices, and it
ed is a dollar made. Do your
he dollars. We can show you ex
~lack and Col.ors. all Gi-ades and
Plain and Fancy. An elegant line
sses and Trimmings-special values
Loe Departmen.t. We have them in
dren. -The liest makes from the
.your Shoes from us and you will be
: the lNobbiest to the Cheapest.
s 5c., Best Calicoes at 5c., Good
bite Homespun 5c., Best Canton
Best Cheeked Homespun 5c. yd.
d you we will sell you for less.
ORDI NEBERRY ,
WR TN NEWBERRY.
SI EHAVE fo
line for this der
line of Biacks as
Fabrics in the N
Ideas for Fall.
rivaled in LownE
Variety of Style.
you before begi
chase to careful
HAVE YOU ex
line of Wai
Tricot, full assor
at 25c. per yard,
able price for th
and Solid Color
'THE KOOL DAYS ARE HERE ANI
WAE can show -you sor
WVWool Dress Goods,
waistings are beauties a
LOVELY SILKS FOR i
We have the Clothing
for to lines of beauty.
Fit". Try us.
UGS I great saving
Ra bare spots in the
have a good looking room i~
In our next ad. we wil
and tell you of some>gre
We want you to see
pleasure in showin.g yOt
purchase or not.
IN THE FRONT
WHY! Because we have no shop wo
bhe best of everyti" b te La-t Sr.yl
make it E ASY POR US TO UNDERS]
town or the State.
SCHLOSS BROS.' CL
unapproaetiable.in st.yle. We bandle itt
THE 8TMTON AND FLORSRE
g dqualits and anational reputation1
SHAU~ FOR ME N. Ca
- aest style and at a pr
cal qui lity.
UNDERWEAR. SHIRTS, ADETIRN
We havpn't time to go into detaeils.
in all lioes, and the~y are differean from~
he Goods aire new and they come under
and under il all competitors. I'sad'
LT H flipo E WAR1
) THE USUAL
nand with a full
well as Colored
ew and Popular.
This line is un
;ss of Price and
We would ask
nning your pur
ly compare our
amined our new
st Flannels and
tment of Colors
a very reason
is really Merito
3loths . in Styles
5 5Qc. per yard
I SO ARE OUR NEW GOODS.
ne excellent values in
plain and fancy. The
nd prices low.
TAIST OR COSTME.
to please. Mold the
We fit the ''Hard-to
here. A Rug covers the,
floors and enables you to
rith an old carpet.
give more particulars
sat values that we are
our Goods--will take
i whether you wish to
etitiox'! - --
UI ieDigay of
ru, eight er ten year old s'tuff on our
-w. Because all our 4joods .-mbrare
Ls Blcause these are facts, an tiy
'ecause we can sell it and we d. A t.
SiiOE8 liOR E"4
o recommead. Qite~ enough inti.
ES AND QUAL[TY. They are sure
That's one reason why we sell them.
ice less than stylish hats othe identi.
P'OR GENTLEMEN. SI'APLE DRY
iT BUYING PUBLIC.
Our SRock has been carefully selected
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