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Rev. Mr. Krepi Io to e arh %t Prosper'. :
L ev. Mr. 0. J. Kreps, of Augusta,
Ga., will preach in Grace Lutheran
church, Prosperity, Sunday' morning.
Services will begin promptly at 10.30
A meeting of the citizens of New
berry, for the purpose of deciding the
manner in which to nominate cand.i
dates for mayor and aldermen, has been
called. The meeting will be held in
council chamber Tuesday afternoon,
November 4th, at 5 o'clock.
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A somewhat novel and a most pleas
ant entertainment will be given by the
ladies of the Lutheran church on Fri
day evening, November 7th. It will be
called "A Trip Around the World,"
and will be all that is implied in the
name, and more. One ticket will carry
the holder all the way around, and in
each country visited he will be most
J##.wbo.-zr3 cedl ait, 1P' .c
Three Newberry ladies are proni
nently mentioned in the contest for
queen of the.Elks' Carnival, to be held
in Columbia Fair week. They are
Mises Thyra Schumpert, Mary Nance
Fair, and Fannie McCaughrin, all of
whom have received a number of votes
and whose names have been published
among the leaders. The voting began
in Columbia on Tuesday. The election
promises to be a hot one throughout its
To mttia.g-lrb of ;-. et.,0
The boxes for State and Federal Elec
tion are now ready~and can be had by
the managers of the different precincts
calling at J. W. White'sstore. Mileage
is allowed those coming for and deliver
ing the boxes. Each box c6ntains all
necessarry blanks and instructions and
they should be filled out and followed
to the letter.
The managers will please return the
boxes to The Herald and News office
not later than 10 o'clock a. m. on
Thursday following the election, at
which time and place the Commission
ers will meet to canvass the returns.
This statement is made at the request
of the Commissioners of Election.
New and .\rracivv 8yPc,
Mr. E. T. Carlson desires to announce
to the good dressers of the community
that he is prepared to supply their
wants in men's wear. He has a full
line of woolens and worsteds. .To the
ladies would say he also has a complete
line of the latest styles and fabrics rep
resented by an exclusive ladies' tailor
es%bTishment. You can have the as
surance of a faultless style, fashionable
in a high degree: the best workmanship
and a garment made to your individual
measure to fit your form, and at a price
consistent with the value. Remember,
the fabrics are now ready for your in
spection. - f 3t
( 4t'yo.;C temumn M'ow.
The annual chrysanthemum show, by
the ladies of Aveleigh Presbyterian
church, will be held in the new vacant
store of R. C. Williams on Tuesday,
November 4th. Doors will open at 4
o'clock in the afternoon, performance
continuing through the evening. Par
ties exhibiting flowers are requested to
send them in the forenoon.
Prizes will be. awarded as follows:
Chrysanthemums-For the best single
specimen in white; for the best single
specimen in colors; for the best pot
plant; for the best design; for the best
Roses-For the best single specimen;
for the best vase of any one variety.
Refreshments will be served. An ad
mission of ten cents will-.be charged.
Thr-e Cate' '. 0 e.
The'Brennan-Sale Company will ap
pear in the opera house tomorrow
evening, presenting th3 three popular
comedies, "A Happy Pair,'' "Mistaken
Identity," and'"'One Christmas Eve."
A Happy Pair, is entertaining, new
and bright. Mistaken Identity presents
an amusing situation, replete with
humor, and contrasting well with other
amusing situations. One Christmas
Eve has not a dull moment, and is a
well-contrived, mirth-provoking suc
ess. It is a decided fact that people
generally prefer to laugh rather than
be swayed by the deeper emotions, and
it is to fill this want that the company
has been organized.
Miss Alice Genevieve Smith will be
with the company and will render harp
selections between the acts. Miss
Smith carries a $2,000 harp, a most
Imagine that all flours are alike.
There is a difference; a big difference.
So much depends upon having pure,
white and nurtious four that the sub
ject is worthy your careful investiga
tion and consideration.
You will be better satisfied in select
ing "Clifton" flour, a fact that any
one who knows anything about flour
will tell you. In purity, whiteness and
qulity, "Clifton" flour excells all other
Don't imagine that because "Clifton"
is a high grade flour that the price is
high, because the price is low; in reach
of all housekeepers. Cheap flour is
dear at any price, while "Clifton" is
the least expensive and is the very best
you cas buy.
THE RISER MILLINERY CO
We sell the Gage Hat. which is
famous for its good style and beauty.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Mr. Luther A. Riser, of Columbia,
is in the city.
Miss Effie Griffin is visiting relatives
and friends at Kinards.
Rev. S. C. Ballentine and family were
in the city Wednesday.
Mr. B. B. Leitzsey was in Saluda last
week putting in a rock crusher.
Mrs. Knox and son, of Cross Anchor,
are visiting her brother, Dr. Van Smith,
in the city.
Mrs. L. B. Aull, who has been visit
ing relatives in Greenwood county, re
turned home Wednesday.
lhe Brennan-Sale Company will pre
sent three bright comedies at the op
efta house to-morrow night.
Mrs. M. G. G. Sherer and son, Paul,
of Charleston, arrived in the city yes
terday on a visit to Mrs. Wm. Johnson.
Mrs. J. Roland Lyles and little son,
Roland, left on Wednesday for Colum
bia, where they will make their future
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Boozer, after a
visit to relatives in Newberry, re
turned on Wednesday to their home in
Messrs. Alex Brown, B. C. Matthews,
and C. E. Fant are in Greenville in at
tendance upon the Merchants and Me
chanics Trades Display.
Consideration of the matter of grant
ing the Bell Co. a franchise was post
poned by city council until tonight, when i
some action will be taken.
Rev. M. G. G. Scherer, of the Theo
logical Seminary, Charleston, will
preach in the Lutheran Church of the
Redeemer Sunday morning.
Revs, W. L. Seabrook and S. T.
Hallman went to Little Mountain
Tuesday to attend the Lutheran Synod.
Prof. S. L. Derrick and Mr. W. P.
Houseal went on Wednesday.
President H. W. Snyder; of Wofford
College, will lecture in the Central
Methodist church Sunday morning at 11
o'clock and in the O'Neall Street Meth
odist church Sunday evening.
Mr. L. W. Jones was called to Balti
more by telegram on Tuesday. At last E
reports his little son, Benson, who is
still in Baltimore under treatment, was ]
getting along well, and nothing serious I
THEa THERANs IN sESSION.
Mieeting of Synod at Little Mount'iln-Offl
cers Elected--Elcquent and schiolaly
Sermons-ynocr Reinses En.
dorsemient of New Method
of administering the
[Special to Herald and News.]
Little Mountain, S. C., Oct. 23.-The
Evangelical Lutheran Synod of South '
Carolina began its seventy-eighth con-"
ventionat Holy Trinity church, Little
Mountain, Rev. J. K. Efird, pastor, on
The .liturgical service was conducted
by Rev. M. 0. J. Kreps, of Augusta,
Ga., after which the sermon was 1
preached by Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh, C
from 2 Timothy 4: 2, "Preach the.
Word.'' The sermon, scholarly in con- 1
ception, spiritual in tone, and impres
sive in delivery, was heard with earn- C
est attention by a large audience. Dr. t
S. T. Hallman conducted the Confession C
and Absolution, and the members of ~
Synod partook of the sacrament of the E
Rev. S. P. Boozer, president, read
his report of official acts and it was ~
referred to a committee of which Rev. I
J. H. Wilson is chairman. (
Election of officers resulted in the
choice of Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh, (
president; Rev. M. 0. J. Kreps, vice
president; Rev. S. C. Ballentine, sec
retary. The newly elected president ~
appointed his committees.
The afternoon session was devoted to
hearing reports on the State of Re- I
ligion, which indicate increased ac
tivity on the part of most of the con-I
gregations of the Synod both in local d
work and benevolence. The parochial
reports show one fact particularly
gratifying, namely, nearly all congre
gations met in full the requested offer
ing of five cents per capita to the New
berry College Endowment Fund.
An evening service was held, Rev. r
J. H. Wilson conducting the opening
service, and Rev. W. H. Greever, of
Columbia, preached from Haggai 2:4.
He emphasized the force of the ex-t
hortation to be strong, strong in con
viction, strong in trust-strong in pur
pose, sti'ong in devotion. Strength,
~however, without work accomplishes
little. Unless we do our work, and
work together, the temple will not be1
built. We must work in unity. Co
operation with each other insures sue- I
cess, for God's promise is sure.
we re opened with devotional exercises
conducted by Rev. W. A. Lutz, of
Rev. M. M. Kinard, Ph. D., frater
nal delegate to the North Carolina
Synod, made his report.
The Treasurer read an itemized ac
count of all receipts and expenditures,
showing a generally full response of
the congregations to all objects of the
A resolution was adopted as follows:
"The Synod disclaims the intention of
giving official endorsement of any new
mode of administering the Lord's Sup
per.'' This resolution grew out of the
fact that in the communion at the
opening of Synod, individual cups were
used.'' Synod then adjourned for di
vine service, at which the sermon was
preached by Rev. H. C. Grossman.
COURT C cOHMON PLRA,.
2 he Wh-le Tim#- So Far Taken Up With
Dampgo Suils Agniut tho Sonthern
The whole of the week in court has
been taken up with railway damage I
suits, all against the Southern. In five
of these the railroad has lost, winning
in only one.
In the case of Thos. R. Reeves vs.
the Southern railway, suit for $1,900
damages, a verdict of $450 for the plain-!
tiff was rendered Tuesday morning.
In the four cases of M. P. Williams,
Jno. T. Attaway, Quincy Williams and
Wm. Connelly vs. the Southern railway,
bunched and taken up together, $175
was recovered by each plaintiff. In
these five cases plaintiffs were repre
3ented by Johnstone & Welch and
Blease; defendant by Cothran and
The case of Sam C. Fulmer vs. the
Southern railway, suit for $1,900 dam-,
iges, was taken up Tuesday afternoon.
Some time in February of this year
Fulmer was put off the Southern pas
senger between Prosperity and New
)erry for refusal to pay the twenty-five
:ents excess fare demanded on account
)f his failure to purchase a ticket. Ful
ner claimed that he did not have time
;o buy a ticket at Prosperity and had
)nly enough money to pay the regular
'are. A verdict for the railroad was
given Wednesday. Plaintiff was rep
-esented by Johnstone & Welch, de
endant by T. P. Cothran.
The case of Robt. Bedenbaugh vs.
;he Southern railway, suit for $20,000
lamages, was taken up Wednesday af
;ernoon. The testimony was concluded
resterday, and yesterday afternoon a
notion for non-suit, made by plaintiff's
tttorneys was argued. Johnstone &
Welch represented plaintiff; Cothran
mnd Schumpert defendant.
i,.K.t) 13T NEWS.
I the H-app-niigs of a Lire Town Briefly
a old -Personal Mention.
Mr. K. Baker, of Greenwood, was
mong us a little while this week.
Mr. A. H. Kohn and Rev. M. M.
Kinard Ph.D., of Columbia, and Rev.
I. P. Counts, of Haralson, Ga., stopped
n our town a little while on their way
o attend synod at Little Mountain.
Rev. W. B. Wharton, of the Epworth
)rphanage, preached for Rev. W. A.
~utz in Grace Lutheran church last
Misses Della Bowers, Annabelle Wise
~nd Mrs. Dingelhoef attended the Wo
nen's Missionary Convention at Peak.
Revs. .. A. Lutz and P. H. E. Der
ick are attending synod.
The building of a street crossing in
ront of Hawkins Bro. 's commends the
vork to the everlasting gratitude of all
vho have ever crossed there in rainy
Presiding Elder Childs preached a
ery able missionary sermon at the
,ethodist ch'urch Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Asbell and family have been vis
ting the family of Rev. G. R. Shaffer
uring the week.
Some improvements are taking place
ri the postoffice.
Messrs. Schumpert & Counts moved
uring the latter part of last week into
heir new quarters. They occupy one
f the most attractive places in town
nd in addition they have fitted up an
ating department-a regular eating
Mr. Oscar Wise left Tuesday for his
econd year's course in the medical de
>artment of Tulane University, New
Mrs. Dr. R. L. Luther is visiting in
Mrs. J. A. Blackwelder, of Newber
y, has been visiting the family of Rev.
V. A. Lutz.
Mr. Thos. Johnson and Miss Gertrudei
simpson, of your city, spent Sunday
Rev. W. A. Lutz will preach at Mt.
milgrim at 4 o'clock p. mn. the first Sun
ay in November.
The original production of "Worm
vood, or the Absinthe Drinkers of
~aris,'' with its beautiful special
cenery, its illusions and electrical
ovelties, will be presented for the 1
irst time at the opera house on Tues
ay night. The play is in five acts,
leven scenes being used in all. It
ells a thrilling story of a young French
>anker, who becomes an absinthe
rinker, and in his mania falls from!
iches and honor to poverty, disgrace
The play does not closely follow the
>ook. Among other things, the char
eter of Mephisto has been introduced
>y the dramatist, who makes him one~
>f the great characters of the play,
md in strange contrast to the novel*
he drama ends happily, Gaston Beau-*
ais being rescued from the dangers of
ibsinthe through the care of Heloise
t. Cyr, who has nursed him through
iiis delirious fever.
The play promises to be in every way
a good attraction, and should be a suc
ess. The company. is under the man
agement of Aiden Benedict.
Remaining in postoffice for week end
ing Oct. 18. 1902:
B-Mrs G E Beachman, Will Boyce.
C-Miss Clara Cowell, W H Crews,
Tillman W Cole.
H -Milton Hirley, Sull Hughs.
J -Christine James, Miss Teana James.
K-Miss M L Kinard..
L-Elmira Lindsay (2), Miss Magnolia
Persons calling for these letters will
please say they are advertised.
C. J Purcell, P. M.
NEW MIL ROUTES.
i Nnmhzr Thronughout the County ti S:ar
Ihn First (of Decomb(ir-Fxamboation of
Applieaits for V,&rriero Held and
Succ- Ksul App'.iennis Notiffird.
A number of new free rural mail de
livery routes for Newberry county will
be started on the first of December.
Although the postoffice authorities have
received no official notification to this
effect from the authorities in Washing
ton, routes have already been planned,
examinations of applicants for the posi
tion of carrier on at least two of the
routes held and the successful appli
-ants notified, and it is pretty well un
lerstood by those in a position to know
that on the first of December they will
Route No. 2 will extend from New
berry to Jalapa, thence to Gary's Lane
and back to Newberry via Longshore
This route will connect with a new
route to be established running north
and northwest of Jalapa, including
Kinards, Belfast, Independence and
ther points along the line.
Route No. 3 will extend north of
ewberry as far-as Mr. Jno. A. Cro
Examinations of applicants for car
niers on routes No. 2 and 3 have been
ield. The applicants for No. 2 were
.ead by Mr. C. J. Moore and for No, 3
)y Mr. B. T. Bishop.
Besides these routes several others have
>een planned and will most likely go
nto operation at the same time. It is
ikely that two new ones will be estab
.ished extending from Prosperity.
T ANTED at the Newberry Hotel
turkeys and eggs.
W. A. JAMIESON, Prop.
sc-hump-rs'. R):ioer ul I
Customers are hereby notified that
3chumpert's roller mill will be closed
luring Fair week. t2t
10 TO J. P. COOK FOR CHEAP
R ISS DOUSCHKA MARTIN will
give Lessons in Painting this
vinter. For terms, &c., apply at her
MUSIC SCHOOL. -Miss Bessie Sim
mons will take a limited number
>f pupils in Vocal and Instrumental
Vusic at her residence on Calhoun
treet. f 2t.
4ONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
LIloans on improved farm lands
t seven per cent. interest on
mounts over one thousand dollars,
mnd e ght per cent. interest on amounts
ess than $1,000. Long time and easy
>ayments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
3 PECTACLES .AND EY EGLASSES
Do your eyeOs aebe and burn at
3ight? I have Lhe [es ' ris ce' for
itting Spectacles s nd Ey. lanes, and
:> fit :h? m-1:st oitlicult ee, wit.h '.e
>roper glasses. I have~ fitted aw-ss
or the best eipY i the coun'v aud
~an fit you. I uwe on!. trhe b.. grace
rstaline ton'.as. Ctomvy a'vt give me
trial imd b' co l:(a Strictly une
rice to ad. G UY DANIE~LS,
Jw- Yr u;d Optician
W ILL MEET.TOM O R RO W
n.ight -a 8 o'lock in Odd Fe
Miss EL MIRA C'XNER, N G.
Miss MaLtie Hallmn, Se.
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
~EETS EV ERY FRIDAY NIGHIT
e.t7 0 oe!ckat their lUi at L:hL
traded Secool buoilding. Visitors cor
COL E. T& BLEASE,~ N. G
T. S Hudson', Secretary.
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
tLwarned not to trespass, by hunt
ng, fishing, or otherwise, upon the
ands of the undersigned. Any doing
o will be punished to the extent of the
aw. H. H. Evans.
A MEETING OF THE CITIZENS
of the town of Newberry is here
>y 'called to meet in council chamber,
['uesday afternoon, November 4th, at
io'clock, for the purpose of deciding
;he manner in which to nominate can
lidates for Mayor and Aldermen of the
own of Newberry for the ensuing year.
By order of the Democratic Execu
M. A. CARLISLE,
Fine Folks Find
Fine Foods A,T.
Best Cream Caisess also Macaroni.
Best New Fat Mackerel also Herring.
ig Apples. Fine Banan!as.
ocoan.s, Lemuons, Etc.
Lots of good things
that are "really" good.
COUNTS & DICKEBT.
Now is the Time to Buy Your
F L OUR.
We have contracted with
Ballard & Ballard Co. for
several thousand Barrels
of Flour before the ad
vance. We are pressed
for room and will make
very low prices.
W E, AS CITIZENS AND VOTERS
of the Town of Newberry, here
by nominate Jno. W. Earhardt for
.. ayor of said Town, and pledge him to
abide the result of the Democratic pri
mary. CITIZENS AND VOTERS.
D R. E. C. JONES IS HEREBY
nominated for the office of Mayor
of the city of Newberry, subject to the
result of the Democratic primary elec
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for Mayor of New
berry, and pledge myself to abide the
result of the primary election.
ROBT. H. WELCH IS HEREBY
announced a candidate for Mayor
of Newberry, and is pledged to abide
the result of the primary election.
For Aid- rma3n -W ard 1
M R. E. Y. MORRIS IS HEREBY
announced a candidate for Alder
man for Ward 1, and is pledged to
abida the result of the primary election.
CITIZENS OF WARD ONE.
MR. H. B. WELLS IS HEREBY AN
nounced a candidate for Alder
man from Ward 1, and pledged to abide
the result of the primary election.
For Alderm an--W ard 2
A T. BROWN IS ANNOUNCED
, a candidate for Alderman from
Ward 2, and is pledged to abide the re
sult of the Democratic primary.
WE HEREBY ANNOUNCE JACOB
L. Dickert as a candidate for
Alderman for Ward 2, and pledge him
to abide the result of the primary
election. VOTERS WARD 2.
For Alerman- W r 13
L B. AULL IS HEREBY AN
. nounced a candidate for Alderman
from Ward 3, subject to the Democratic
E TAKE PLEASURE IN PRE
senting Dr. Van Smith as a 1
suitable man to serve Ward 3 as Alder
man, and pledge him to abide the result
of the Democratic primary election.
RESIDENTS OF WARD 3.
M1ANY FRIENDS OF MR. J. J.
Langford place him in nomina
tion for Alderman from Ward 4, and
pledge him to abide the result of the
For Alder.. an-- Ward 5..
RIENDS OF S. K. BOUKNIGHT
take pleasure in presenting him
as a candiate for Aldeman from
Ward 5, and pledge him to abide the
result of the primary election.
T HE friends of J. M. Guin hereby
announce him as a candidate for
Alderman from Ward 5, subject to the
Notice to Teachers.
TRUSTEES ARE HEREBY AU
thorized to open the public schools
n Newberry County on Monday, the
hird day of November, 1902.
E. S. WERTS,
County Supt. Education. C
Newoerry, S. C., Oct. 17, 1902.
Notice of Sal of Pers9Bll8 ProIerty. (
U NDER AN ORDER OF THE PRO- :
bate Court for Newberry County,
[ will sell at public auction, on Tuesday,
he 4th day of November, 1902, at 10
'clock a. in., at the late residence of
Wilson Counts, deceased, in Newvberry
ounty, all of the personal property of
aid Wilson Counts, deceased, consist
ng of mules, stock, farming imple
Terms of sale-Cash.
S. L. FELLERS, Executor.
October 16th, 1902.
1tie Of FillalSettIllment an DiscliarD.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I will make a final settlement on
he estate of Forrest Boozer in the Pro
ate Court of Newberry County, S. C.,
on Thursday, the 20t day of November,
902, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and
will immediately thereafter apply for
etters dismissory as guardian of the
said estate. N.R. LESTER,
Newberry, S. C. Guardian.
Oct. 15, 1902.
HULLS AND MEALI
Gan supply your.
needs for Cotton Seed
H ulls and Meal.
Hulls 25c. hundred
Meal $1 .15 per sack,
In exchanging Hulls
and Meal for Seed, will
sell the Hulls at 22i
cents per hundred
pounds and sell meal
at $1.10 per sack,
(100 lbs.) and pay
market price for Seed
at Newberry Oil Mill.
L. W. FLOYD,
Hello Central !----Give Mle 48
The lNawibrry Grallitfi Froll!
00llfectiOllory aid Bakery!
They have all kinds of red
Patenr, Bre ad, Milk Bread,
Grahami Bread. Creamn Bread,
(an~ B3rad. R\ e Bread.
Boston Brown Bread.
Largest asartment of freTh, fancy
(Yin ls Ce Thown hert before.
Orde' s taken by Telephone and de
1ivere-d free' of cha-ge~ as wye have ot
ourne dliv.ery wa,.on.
Call and see u- o"r ru up Ph e
Here is something we want you to read,
and read carefully. We want to talk to you
about the good quality of our merchandise and
our low prices, and we want to impress upon
you right here that we never separate quality
and price. No matter how low the price, the
quality is still there--everything we sell is of
standard quality. Here is one of the elements
of our success: We make the price so low at
a!l times and the character of our merchan
dise so h;-h that any buyer can offord to buy
of us. We are specialist in our lines which
Dry goods, Dress goods, Silks, Velvets,
White goods, Trimmings, Buttons,
Embroideries, Laces, White and Red
Flannel, Embroidered Flannel, Hand
kerchiefs, Hosiery, Uuderwear, Corsets,
Domestics, Jeans, Calicoes, Homespuns,
Bleachings, Shirtings, Outings, Flanelette,
Ladies Wraps, Lace C urtain, Counter
Panes. Yankee Notions.
In fact our large stock comprises almost anything you may
isk for, all priced to suit you. Millinery is one of our strong
)oints in all grades, cheap to very fine. We can please you in
his department. Some solid, good shoes for all. We do not
;ell shoddy. Men's Shoes, Women's Shoes, Boy's Shoes,
3irls' Shoes, Baby Shoes. Let us fit your feet in solid
eather Shoes, the kind that look well, wear well and cost
Walk Over Shoes for Men,
Autoao Shoes for Women,
Regina Shoes for Women,
Ideal Shsoe for Children.
Come and examine our stock.
A well selected line of Ladies', Misses' and
Childrens' Jackets and Furs that will please
you in style, quality and price--see them.
The latest fad in Ladies' 'Neckwear for
early Autum is the "Silk Ruffs," and we have
a beautiful line here.
We can show you a very pretty and pleas
ing stock of Dress Goods, such as Prunellas,
Thibets, Broadcloths, Camels Hair.Cheviots,
and many others. All Wool Waistings at
25c., 50c. and 75c. Very pretty Silk Waist
ings at 50c., 75c. and $1 00. The.prettiest
Moire Silks in the market for the price, 59c.
Best Quality Black Peau de Soie, warranted
Silk for $1l .00.
Cents' Furnishings in great variety. Will
tel! you more about this department a little
later, but in the meantime call and examine
--no trouble to show goods.
Butterick Patterns and Fashion Books in
Stock. We want your business and wlll ap
preciate a call. YOURS TRULY
s. i. W6OTEN,
20 yds. Sea Island Cloth at only 49 cents.
At 0. KLET TNER'S,At0KLTNRS
80 ibs Special Dav Twis Chew- od i ofe ori0
ing Tobacco at only 25c per lb. --_ __
At 0. KLETTNER'S,At0KETNRS
l packages~ (16 oz each) WashFriJrRoorst u,4d.z
Sing Powders a~ only 25c. AtoKLTN'S
Mso's F ruit Jars-1 do9z. i gals. $5 on t 6c ar
at 90e , 1 doz qtw. at 72
At 0. KLETTNER'S,At0KETNRS
100 paitir Childr'n's Siippers 1 asGo1\abu opa
worth $1.25at only 61c. a pair.ony 2c
At0 LTT',At 0. KLETTNER'S,
12 lbs. Artu and Hamm-ar Kg 4- fSrLe toy2
Soda at. mix 25 0. I -___ __
__- At . KLETTNER'S,
~~~~~~At 0. KLETTNER'S, iaPa~,Cp n acr
univ r4t Jr 9bcr at only 4O.wot wiea much.
- Firan0Sur Dear EaeytSiper -ot
FULLVALUAFO YOU MO TNEY'S
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