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OWa. Bunt to 14o)d Court in A untron.
Acting upon the petition of a majority
of the members of the Anderson Bar,
Governor McSweeney has appointed
Col. W. E[. Hunt, of this city, to hold
a special term of the Court of Common
Iea for Anderson County commenc
Wrg on Monday, the first day of Decem
and continuing for two weeks.
The first service of the Synodical
ridl be held at the Church of the
oA Sunday morning. The
J itbr, who will preach a special ser
bopes for a full attendance of the
. te-eveningwillbe held the "Col
e igh" service. The subject of
dres will be "The Hero of the
i" A choruschoir of young
om the pollege will lead the sing
Caroi's "Wormwood" was
tedto a fairly large and repre
%aive andience in the opera house
s -day night. In the dramatiza
t story had been considerably
"d -mainly for the worse.
was not especially good,
oild have been almost impossi
1 wy company to present the
on Tuesday evening
to themselves. The charac
was introduced and
of pincipal etaracters of
role in which he ap
lthe that of a clown, en
- i the effect which his
pght have been intended
and uining the play as a
i 1st, is the anniver
npartant event in the
b Potestant Church. On
0, Dr. Martin. Lu
the &or of the castle
o . #w0 Reformation.
A &ranch of the Church
*ark of Luther be
aC "The hof the
iniberry will have an
W-iili tdght, November
cCptip to some of the
-#pf the world, 'per
*'y the ladies of the
- 'i~swill first visit
deidece of Mrs. W. L.
Ze at t the home of
s-'Euit France at Mrs.
s, Spain at Mrs. Dr.
Uitid states at Mrs.
_.At eah hpme the
t country will be
<gpsies wil tell
will sell candy.
pufrehased from the
jthe trip including
~ acbcowntry, for adults
from the editorial col
nraw and Courier will be
by Bishop Smith's
e Smith of the South
sadene in Charlotte,
* ia av. his sermon be
~dby the Charlotte
en 4powful plea for the
-t of the three
of the'soul-the intel
maid to bea charmning mani
4 would be entirely
aig en its own account that
man socially. We
it is, however, and news
Sbe very careful in their
-upon any~ question these
*~eobserved with pleasure
knealatte contemporary has
*othe habit of qualifying its
i sueh phrases as "it is
sr it is -alleged," or "some
1ileve," or "there is reason
"or somethipg of that
ia this case our contemporary
b Mafe in making a definite
in regard to Bishop Smith,
high the praise such state
New nd uraetrestyles.
?~r LT. Carison desires to announce
Ite good dressers of the community
hat he is prepared to supply their
wn men's wear. He has a full
hise o oies and worsteds. To the
liadis w [I'ay he also has a complete
hie of the latest styles and fabrics rep
w esented by an exclusive ladies' tailor
esefdikmet." You can have the as
snensoetof a fanltless style, fashionable
in a 1~gdge:the bestworkmanshii
na garmeint made to your individual
mass.re to fit your form, and at a prid~
esnsstntwith the value. Remember,
the fabrics are now ready for your in
Sspection. f 3t
UyorMillinery needs. We
ca upyte.Atrial orde2
mmeans a constant trade.
TIl RISER EILLINERY CO,
VAI%IOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Maj. L. W. C. Blalock was in the
Miss Mary BurtonOwent to Green
wood yesterday morning.
A large number of Newberry people
attended the State Fair this week.
Miss Ruth Wells is visiting relatives
and friends in Columbia this week.
Miss Della Bowers, of Prosperity,
visited friends in the city last week.
Sportsmen will note with pleasure the
fact that the game law expir,s today.
Dr. J. H. McIntosh, of Columbia,
was in the city Tuesday in attendance
Sunday night will be "Newberry
College night" at the Lutheran Church
of the Redeemer.
Mrs. R. C. Perry and children, who
have been visiting in Georgetown, re
turned to Newberry on Wednesday.
The chrysanthemum show by the
ladies of Aveleigh Presbyterian church,
will be held on Tuesday, November
The graded school closed yesterday
and today in order to give teachers
and pupils an opportunity to take in
the State Fair.
Great Sachem of Improved Order
Red Men J. H. Hair went to Laurens
on Wednesday on official business con
nected with the order.
The Town Council is having a much
needed piece of work done in High Point.
A rock wall is being built to prevent
the sidewalk from washing into street.'
The citizens' meeting to decide man
ner of nominating inayor and aldermen
for the ensuing year will be held in
council chamber Tuesday afternoon at
Miss Odione and Miss Alma Kennedy
will visit Columbia this week, taking in
the Fair. Miss Alma will stop on her
return at Prosperity and Newberry. -
A. R. Presbyterian, 29th.
This is the last day of the State Fair,
and tonight will come the great street
parade,and electric illuminations. Ex
cursions on both roads will be run this
morning, returning leaving Columbia at
The members of the Newberry Bar
entertained Judge IzIar at the New
berry Hotelyesterday aftZnoon. Judge
Izlar has conducted the proceedings of
the special term of the Common Pleas
court most impart;ially and in a manner
satisfactory to all concerned, and his
presence here brings pleasure to New
berry lawyers and Newberry people.
News from Excelsior.
The regular service next Sunday af-'
ternoon as usual
Good many oats have been sown in
this -section. -Early sowing is up and
Some few, of our people attended
the State fair thiseweek.'
Mr. Morris and family of St. Luke's
visited her father's family, Mr. Cromer,
here last week.
Misses Main Counts and Lucy
Wheeler of this section are attending
the Prosperity High School.
Rev. M. M. Kinard Ph. D., of Colum
bia, visited his mother's- family here
last week while up attending the Isuth
eran Synod. -
Our school will open on next Monday
morning, Nov. 3d, with Rev. P. H. E.
Derrick principal and Miss Alva Waters,
of Jalapa, assistant.. Let the school
ave a good opening.
Rev. W. A. Lutz will preach at Mt.
Pilgrim church next Sunday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock p. m.
Mr. John B. Cook and gamily of this
section' moved to the Newberry cotton
mills last week. Mr. Wingard Mer
chant and family have moved in the
dwelling vacated by Mr. Cook.
We spent a few hours in Newberry
last Saturday. We found a largecrowd
in the city and the merchants all very
busy selling goods. Newberry is a
hustling city. We noticed a good
chance of grain sown from Prosperity
on to Newberry. Mr. Cromer has our
thanks for a seat in his buggy.
Mr. J. A. C. Kibler and family spent
Sunday with his brother, Mr. Henry
Kibler of Newberry.
The potato crop in this section is good
and a full crop has been raised.
The Mt. Pilgrim school opened last
Monday with Prof. Thomas Mills prin
We have had some frost and expect
more very soon. Sigma.
Closing Out at Cos'.
The Ewart-Pifer Co. have a $10,000
stock of New Clothing which they are
closing out at cost. This is being done
on account of a change in their business
which is to be made the first of next
January. It will pay the people of
Newberry County needing anything in
their line to give them a call. They
mean what they advertise.
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 onynourish a particuiar part of
te , but it will sustain every other
part. Ie, 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
lions. A few doses aids digestion,
stimulates the liver to healthy action,
purifies the blood, and makes you feel
buoyant and vigorous. You can get
this reliable remedy at W. E. Pelham
Get Green's Special Almanac.
THANKuGIVINO DAY FIXED.
Thurpday. Novemutbor 27tb, Named by
President Roosevelt has designated
Thursday, November 27th, as Thanks
giving Day. Following is the procla
According to the yearly custom of our
people, it falls upon the President at
this season to appoint a day of festival
and thanksgiving to God.
"Over a century and a quarter have
passed since the country took a place
among the nations of the earth. Dur
ing that time we have had, on the
whole, more to be thankful for than
has fallen to the lot of other people.
Generation after generation has grown
to manhood and passed away. Each
had to bear peculiar burdens, each to
face a special crisis, each has known
years of trial, when the country was
menaced by malice of domestic or for
eign levy, when the hand of the Lord
was heavy in it with drought, flood or
pestilence; when in bodily distress or
anguish of soul it paid the penalty of
folly. We struggled onward and up
"The year just closed has been one
of peace and overflowing plenty. Rarely
has any people enjoyed greater pros
perity than we are now enjoying. For
this we render heartfelt, solemn thanks
to the giver of good, and seek to praise
him not by words only, but by deeds
"Now, therefore, I, Theodore Roose
velt, President of the United States, do
hereby designate as a day of general
thanksgiving, Thursday, the 27th day
of the coming November, and recom
mend that throughout the land the peo
ple cease from their ordinary occupa
tions and in their several homes and
places of worship render thanks unto
Almighty God for the manifold bless
ings of the past year.
"By the President, John Hay, Secre
tary of State."
'Resurrection of the Hawkkae-Ho7re
Tradero-Persoo& and otherwime.
We are told that one Smithis tenting
on our suburbs with his family and is
doing the boys "square" on horA trad
ing. We are fonc of being fooled, and,
too, by a stranger without conscience.
Miss Della Bowers spent last Friday
night and Saturday in Newberry.
Messrs. Maxcy Harmon and Birge
Wise are on the sick list.
The school here dismissed one day for
the Statp Fair. The festivities .in Co
lumbia are the chief things~ in the minds
of the people this week. Everyboay is
restless, and those who -are not going
to take in the attractions are still watch
ing the trains. So we shall all get to]
see some sights.
The pulpit of Grace Lutheran church
was supplied from synod last Sunday.
Rev. M. 0. J. Kreps, of Augusta,
preached in the morning and Rev. H. A.
McCullough was-scheduled for the night I
service but the weather put in a veto. I
Our people were lamenting that an
other paper had died among us until the
re-appearance of the Hawk Eye last
week showed how badly we were in
Some one of our wise Americans-]
probably Benjamin Franklin-is cred
ited with saying that a safe investment 1
is to empty our pockets into our heads.
It would seem that the investment
T. J. W. would make is to empty our <
heads into our pockets first.
Mrs 6E Cick]
A tribute of love from the W. F. M.
Society of Ebenezer church to the mem
ory of Mrs. S. E. Chick, who was called
home June 7th, 1902, aged 86 years.
A cheerful, quiet, unassuming Chris
tian, she was faithful in the perform
ance of all the duties devolving upon
her and in her devolion to her church
and her home. She was ever ready to
lend a helping hand to the needy and
aflicted, and she will be sadly missed.
We have lost one whose Christian life,
embracing so many years and bearing
such abundant fruit to the glory of God,
was a blessing to all who came within
het" influence. Her memory will be an
inspiration to us all. He has called
home a beloved co-laborer, one who was
very highly esteemed for her faithful
ness in good works; therefore be it
Resolved 1. That we bow in humble
submission to Him, who "doeth all
things well," remembering that our loss
is her gain.
2. That we be admonished to "watch"
and be also ready for we have only a
little longer to wait and watch and
work for the Master- "for the night
cometh when no man can work."
3. That we chmmend the sorrowing
ones to the loving Father whose "grace
is sufficient for all things."
4. That a page in the minute book of
our society be kept sacred to her mem
ory and a copy of these resolutions be
sent to the bereaved ones and to the
Southern Christian Advocate, The New
berry Herald and News, and the Union
Times for publication.
One of our members has left us
To be with our Saviour above;
He called Aunt Sarah from among us
To one of his mansions above.
Miss J. Lillie Maybig Pres.
Miss N. B. Eison. Vice-Pres.
Mrs. Eri E. Cofield, Sec.
Nannie May Amick, aged fourteen
years, died at her home in Newberry
county on Wednesday, October 25th, and
was buried on Sunday at Smyrna
church. Funeral services were con
I ducted by Rev. L. W. Swope.
AN 88,000 VERDI'T
Rendered For Plaintiff In VaRp of L. A. hiser
vp. The Southern Railway.
A verdict of $8,000 for the plaintiff in
the case of Luther A. Riser vs. the
Southern Railway, suit for damages,
was rendered Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Riser was suing for $15,000 for in
juries received in a rear-end collision at
Camp Fornance, near Columbia, last
year. At the time he was acting mail
clerk on the Southern night passenger
train between Greenville and Columbia.
As a result of the accident he was se
riously injured internally.
Mr. Riser was represented by Messrs.
Johnstone & Welch, of Newberry; Lee,
of Kingstree; and Rembert, of Colum
bia. Mr. T. P. Cothran represented
This was the last jury case to come
before the special term of court... Sev
eral causes in equity will be argued.
Card of I bsit,ks.
We desire to thank all those who
showed kindness in the last illness of
>ur beloved sister, Nannie May.
J. D. Amick, L. E. Senn. W. W.
Amick, Jas. J. Amick, Bennett H.
Amick, Austin L. Amick.
Being made from carefully se
lected drngs of the finest quality
hat can. be produced, bandled with
3xtreme care, makes it worthy of the
praise that it haq receivEd. It is be
ginning to be recognized as the best
DOUGH SYRUP ever prodneed,
nd has been thoroughly tested with
he following restl's:
I st. It cures, in short
ar time than any other
2nd. It is more last
ing than any other
3rd. It is put in larger
packages than most
:bat self for 25c.
Mves' Drug Store.
HNstce of Bankrupt Sale.
. S. Blalock's prpertly will be sold
November 12, 1902.
nthe matter of J. S. Blalock, Bankrupt.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF.
LR. H. Welch, Esq., Referee -in
ankruptcy, passed in the above stated
~ase October 15, 1902, I will sell at Gold
rille, S. C., November 12, 1902, at 11
'clock a. in., to the hig)est bidder, all
he real estate and personal- property
eongng to the estate of J. S. Blalock,
Said real estate consists of, 1st,- one
ract of land, situate, lying and. -being
ear Goldville, in Laurens County, Stat&
f..South Carolina, containing twelve
iidred acres, more or less, and bounded
athe north by lands&otthe estate of
l.'M. Hunter, deceasei, on the east by
ands of D. T. Copeland and James
)lace belonging to the Goldville Manu
acuring Cmpany, on the.. south by
ands of L. W. C. Blalock -and oni the
rest by lands of W. W. Neel- and
thers; 2nd, one lot of land situate,.ly
ngi and being at Golyille, in the same
)ounty and State,'containing two acres
d bounded on the north, eastL and wes
y lands of L. W. CO.Blalock.
Out of said lands'ill be reserved the
iomestead heretofere jet off to J.- 5.
3alock, said Bankrupt, the boundaries
f which will be made known on the
ay of sale.
The said personal property consists
f horses, mules, cows, sheep and other
mimals, wa nsand other farming
ools and in ements.
Terms of ~ale. Cash.
W. R. RICHEY, Trustee.
Laurens, S. C., October 20, 1902.
Notice of Bankrupt Sale.
. W. C. BlaloekFs property will bsold
November 12, 1902.
n the matter of L. W.. C. Blalock9
- . B)zkrupt.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF
R.H. Welch, Esq., Referee in
Bankruptcy, passed in the above stated
~ase October 15, 1902,1I will sell atQ6ld
ile, S..C., on November' 12, 1902, at
1 o'clock a. in., to the highest bidder,
all the real estate and personal property
aelngngtothe estate of L. W.C.
Said real estate consists of, 1st, all
that tract of land situate, lying and be
ing in Laurens County, State of South
Carolina, containing nine hundred and
fift acres, more or less, bounded by
land of James Blalock, John H. Hunter,
Mrs. Madora Browning and James place,
known as the Martin Crawford place;
2nd, an undivided half interest in the
Whitmire p lace situate, lying and being
in same County and State, containing
five hundred and seventy-five acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Mrs.
Madora Browning, SC.Hairston,
Pink Smith, Mrs. Johnson, estate of J.
. Reeder, W. B. Boyd and others; 3d,
one undivided half interest in the Suber
place, situate, lying and being in same
County and State, containing one hun
dred and seventy acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of Mrs. Madora
Browning, W,. D. Rook, Whitmire place
and homestead of M. W. Oxner; 4th,
all that tract known as the Lipford
Field, situate, lying and being -in. the
same County and State, containig
thirty eight acres, more or less, bounded
by lands of J. J. Rheeder, S. L. Gary
and Whitmire place.
Out of said lands will be reserved a
homestead for said -Bankrupt, the boun
daries of which will be made known on
the day of sale.
Said personal property - consists 'of
mules, 'wagons and farming tools and
Terms of Sale: Cash.
W. E. RICHEY., Trustee..
Laurens, ~. Cs., October 20, 1902.
W E, AS CITIZENS AND VOTERS
of the Town of Newberry, here
by nominate Jno. W. Earhardt fo,
. ayor of said Town, and pledge him t<
abide the result of the Democratic pi
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
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate f6r Mayor of New
berry, and pledge myself to abide the
result of the prima election.
R OBT. H. WELCH IS HEREBY
announced a candidate for Mayor
of Newberry, and is pledged to abide
the result of the primary election.
For Al dermar -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.
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 Alderman--Ward 2
AT. BROWN IS ANNOUNCED
At a candidate for Aldlerman from
*Ward 2; and is pledged to abide the re
sult of the Democratic primary.
'W7E HEREBY ANNOUNCE JACOB
L. Dickert as a candidate for
Alderman for Ward-2, and pledge him
to abide the result of e primary
election. VOTERS WARD 2.
For Alderman- W. rd 3
B. AULL IS HEREBY AN
e nounced a candidate for Alderman
from Ward 3, subject to the Democratic
W E TAKE PLEASURE IN PRE
senting Dr. Van Smith as a
suitable man to serve Ward 3 as Alder
man, and pledge him to abide the result
of the Democratic primary election.
RESIDENS OFWARD 3.
For Alderman-War d 4.
M ANY FRIENDS OF MR. J. J.
gord place him in nomina
tion for Alderman from Ward 4, and
pledge him to abide the result of the
For Aldera an-- Ward 5.
RIENDS OF S. K. BOUKNIGHT
F takepleasure in presenting him
as - a candidate for Alderman from
Ward 5, and pledge him to abide the
result o! the prinary election.
'T HE .friends of J. M. Guin hereby
aninouce him as a candidate for
Aldennan-from Ward 5, subject to the
TRISTEES ARE HEREBY AU
1.thorized to o'pen the public schools
in iNeyberry County on Monday, the
third day of Novemb'er, 1902.
E. S. WERTS,
New.perry.,~ C. ., Oct: 17, '1902.
NJotie of 38.18 of PCrs9lal Eroperty.
TTDER AN ORDER OF THE~PRO
-) bate CourtEfor Newberry County,
w ill sell at publie suction,,aon Tuesday,
the'4th.day of November, 1902, at 10
o'clo.ck a. m.4 at the late ~residence of
WilsodiOo,t%g deceased, in Newberry
Eggty, all of the personal property of
said Wilson Counts, diceased, consist
ing of -mules, stock; farming imple
S. L. FELLERS, Executor.
October 16th, 1902.
moice iT FHul 381ttl181t nI Discharge.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I will .make a-fmal settlement on
the estate of Forrest Boozer in the Pro
bate Court of NebryCounty, S. C.,
on Thurs'dai, the 20th ofNovember,
1902,- at 11;.o'clock in' tieoon, and
will immediately. thereafter, apply for
letters dismiseory as guardian of the
said estate. N. R. LESTER,
Newberry, S.~C. *Guardian.
Oct. 15, 1902.
PULASKI LODGB NO. 20.
~IET S EV ERY FRIDAY NIGH T
at730 o'clock at their hall at the
Graded School building. Visitors cor
COL E. L BLE ASE, N. G
TP. S Hudson', Secretary.
Fine Folks Find
flrie ifoods T
Best Cream Casesae also Macaroni.
Best New FI~at Mackerel also Herring.
King Apples. Fine- Ben anas.
Cocoaaints, Legons, Etc.
Lots of good things
that are" "realLy".good.
CQUNTS & DICKERT.
Jost returned from the North with
a teautiful selection of
and inte you all td~- inspect them.
Your Watch and Clock work solic
ited, and'wvork guaranteed.
-Thanking y6a for past favors, ani
hopig.fo>a PontiUi8nce, I am yourI
for the money.,
3e*eie and 6ptician.
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
all times and the character of our merchan
dise so high 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 Curtain, Counter
panes. Yankee Notions.
In fact our large stock comprises almo'st anything you may
ask for, all priced to suit you. Millinery is one of our strong
points in all grades, cheap to very fine. We can please you in
this department. Some solid, good shoes for all. We do not
sell shoddy. Men's Shoes, Women's Shoes, Boy's Shoes,
Girls' Shoes, Baby Shoes. Let us fit your feet in solid
leather 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.
10 CEKiTS COTTON
WILL HELP THE FOLKS, AND IF YOU
BUY YQUR GOODS OF
YOU WILL NEVER GO BROKE,
for we hive the most up-to-date line of Dry
Goods, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, Gents' Fur
nishings, Trunks, Valises, etc., ever shown in
this city and at such low prices that you will be
astonished. 'HOW ARE THESE?
Stndard Calicoes, re'gular 5c. and 6c. kinid, our price 4e.
Heavy Outing, regula~r 103 kind, onr price 8 1-3c.
AUl-Wool Flannel, regular 18c. and 20c. kind, our price 15e.A
All Wool Filled Jeans, regular 25c. kind, our price 19c.
Children's ready-made Jackets, regular $1 50 kind, our treice $1.24.
Ladies' Tailor-made, Satin lined Jacke'ts, well worth $12 50 or $15.00.
We have reduced them to $10.00 while t bev la%i.
Men's Heavy Solid Leather Sboes, regular $1.25 kind, we sell 'em at 99c.
Ladies' Kangaroo Calf, regular $1.50 kind, we sell 'em at $1.25.
Call and see us, for we can save you money on everything in the - Dry
Goods line, if you don't forget
Is the Place Where You Get Your Money's Worth,
20 yds. Sea Island Cloth at only 49 cents.
At 0. KLETTNER'S, At 0. KLETTNER'S,
80 lbs Special Drive T wist Chew. 11 lbs. good Rio coffee for $1.00.
ing Tobacco at only 25c per ltb.KETNRS
At 0. KLETTNER'S, Frnt Jar KLETTER'S, 4.dz
6 packages (16 oz eacb) Wash FutJrRbosa ny4.dz
ing Powdrs at only 25c At o. KLETTNER'S,
At 0. KLETTNER'S, 300 pairs Ladies' Slippers worth
Mason's Fruit Jars-1 doz. i gals. $1.50 going at 69c. a pair.
at 9e,1 az qs. t 72.At 0. KLETTNER'S,
At 0. KLETTNER'S, 13 bars Good Washing Soap at
100 pairs Children's Slippers,
worib $1.25 at only 61c. a pair. only 25c.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,At0KLTNRS
12 lbs. Arm and Hammer K'og 4 ofSaLyati1 2c
Soda at only 25e.
10 yds. 40 in. Hay h tng a
only 49c. at only 10e. worth - cb.
AT O.K LETT N ER S,
- A Fair and Squre Deal Everytime. -
FULL1 VALUlE FOR YOUR MONEY.