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Following is an extract from a speech
recently delivered in the city of Mem
phis, before an audience composed of
negroes by Gen. Luke E. Wright:
I thank you sincerely for this evi
dence of your good will and affection
and when I use the term affec
tion I do so advisedly for I have known
the colored man before the days of his
freedom and since, and I know his
strength and his weakness. There has
never been a moment that I have not
only been his friend but I have been a
strong believer in his capacity for very
considerable good. It is a source of
gra. fication that the right-thinking
colored men are rapidly adjusting them
Se veb to their new situation and are
re aching that position where they may
hope to exercise the ballot effectively
and intelligently. The destiny of our
two races must be worked out on inde
pendent lines. The colored man who is
ashamed of his own people and race is
not a good citizen. The colored man
who assumes to imitate some other
man-whether he be white or brown or
olack-like all imitators, is inferior to
Gen. Wright had just returned from
the Philippines, where he has been in
the service of the United States gov
ernment, and knew whereof he spoke.
And in these few words he expressed
the sentiment of the whole South.
"The destiny of the two races must be
worked out on independent lines."
President Roosevelt was present when
the address was delivered. Having the
high regard for Gen. Wright that he
has on more than one occasion expressed,
it is to be hoped that he will carefully
weigh his words, and having done so,
will stop to think before he again en
ters upon his marked policy of trying
to establish, by political favors, social
equa!ii.y in the South. Such a policy,
if vigorously pushed for some length of
time, can have but one result. That
result will ort. be of untold good to the
It is interesting to compare Presi
dent Roosevelt's Arlington speech with
the one delivered at Memphis several
(lays ago (luring the festivities attend
ing the homecoming of General Luke
E. Wright. Our plresidellt is a very
versatile man. Whenl he is in the South
he loves I he South because here his an
cesters lived; and than the Confederate
soldier no braver man ever shouldered a
nmsket. As soon as he crosses the Ma
son and Dixon line northward bound
even Jell'orson Davis, who was the
highest type of the Southern gentle
man, statesman, and soldier, becomes
to him a rebel and an arch traitor.
What. a great man our presidont is
anyway - -our president, the terror of
mountain lions, of Mississippi bears,
and friend of Booker Washington.
"Mr. Dooley" yesterday was pretty
hard on the football devotees, but even
they can enjoy the fine humor of his
discourse. And yet it appears that
"Mr. Dooley" can find in real life ma
terial to support what he says. For
instance. one of the participants in a
prize fight in cultured Boston the other
(lay was the lIIon. Patsey Sweeney of
Manchester, N. 11., of whom the Bos
ton Post previous to the contest saidl:
"P'atsey is now comimissioner of public
parks and fisheries in his native town.
If he beats Z/eigler it is announcedI that
he will be elected chairman of the school
bofardl, besides which lie will be in line
for a match with Joe Gans.''-State.
if Mr. Sweeney wins he ought to
conie to South C'arolina a few years
V nce and oppose the IHon. Benjamin
R. T1illman for the UJnitedh States Sen
Arrangements have been made wvith
the Charlnston News and Courier' by
which the semi-w~eek ly News and Couri
ier andl 'The IIlorald and News may be
secured for $2.00 per year. Last wveek
a sample copy of the Newvs and Cour
ier was sent to cae'h of our subscribers
in order that they may see for them
.elves exactly w~hat the proposition
meaiis. Both pap)ers will be distrib
utedl again this week.
By t akinug advantage of t-his oppor
tu1nity our p)eople will accure all the
general and state niews, and all the
county news at the exceptionally low
Remaining in p)ostofliee for wveek endl
ing Nov'. 22, 1902:
A - -Miss Essie Asater, Mrs. Amanda
Agner, Miss S. Allen.
B-Mrs. .James Birton, M. T. A.
Brown, Jl. I. Bolton, G. 1). Brown, Miss
Nancy Butler, Prentis Bowie, Miss
Rosiey Beates, Quincy Black.
C-Amelia Chandler, Jimmie Counts,
W. TV. Cane, Mrs. Callie Cannon, Al
fred Collins, W. N. Cairn.
D)--Miss Pauline D)avis, E. W. D)omi
nick, Edd Duckes, Mack Dawkins.
F--E. E. F'ellers, Clintie Fortune.
GC-Mrs. Lee Ghimp.
H -J. R. 1linton, Mrs. Octavia IIints,
J-Mrs. R. C. Johnson, A. M. John
L-M. M. Long, Eligah Lyles, James
M-Miss Maggie Maze, Isaac Mc
P-J. A. P'ip)ar.
R-T. H. Reese, R. H-. Reynolds, M.
S-Mrs. Eunice Stewart, Mrs. Chris
tina Smith, Mack Simpkins, (col.), M.
L. Stroace, J. S. Stevison, Miss Maud
Sligh, Miss Ellen Singleton.
T-Frank J. Trout.
V-L. A. Vease.
W-J. H. Werts.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say they are advertised.
C. J. Purcell, P. M.
Some Interesting News Items from the
MIollohon Manufacturing Company
and the Newberry Cotton Mills.
Mr. Editor: In my former letters I
have only been giving you news from
West End, but I have decided to try
to give you a few items from both of
the cotton mills each week, and I will
commence at once and try to keep up a
I had the pleasure of attending an
oyster supper at the Mollohon Mills
Saturday night. The supper was given
in the chapel for the purpose of raising
money to pay for the organ which has
been purchased by the church. Alto
gether the supper was quite a success
and cleared a neat little sum of money.
I am glad to say that the people are
taking a great interest in their religious
welfare. They have Sunday-school at
9.15 a. m., and preaching at 4 p. m.
I had the pleasure of meeting Mr.
G. Y. Dickert Saturday night for the
first in some time, and he says that the
machinery in the Mollohon mill is the
best running machinery that he has
worked with since he has been in the
mill business. He says that the opera
tives are as nice people as can be found
anywhere. That they are getting out
two grades of goods, plain and fancy,
and are certainly doing some nice work,
and the mill must surely prosper under
the efficient management of Mr. E. B.
I am glad to learn that they have a
day and night school. Miss Jane Long
teaches the day school and Mr. I. K.
Edwards the night suhool.
They have three grocery stores and
one drug store.
Mr. Crisp has a son sick with typhoid
Mrs. G. Y. I)ickert is visiting rela
tives in Fairview section.
NKWn1ERRY COTTON MhiLS.
Mr. George Robertson had the mis
fortune to stick a nail in one of his fin
gers on last Monday afternoon. I hope
that "George" will soon be all right.
Rev. G. E. Edwards will preach a
special sermon to the Newberry Coun
cil, No. 46, Junior Order United Ameri
can Mechanics on the second Sunday
night in December, in the O'Neall
Street church. The members are all
urged to he present.
The Catechee Council No. 3, Poca
hontas will give an oyster supper in
the Red Men's hall next Saturday night
for the benefit of their council. The
public is invited to attend, and it is to
be hoped that the public will turn out
in full force and that the supper will
be a grand success.
Rev. W. I. Herbert preachedi a very
interesting sermon in the O'Neall
Street church Sunday night.
No% 24, 190h2.
News From Excelsior.
Our school is moving on nicely wvith
a full attendance of pupils. Our new
assistant teacher Miss Alva Waters is
boarding with Mr. J. C. Singley's fam
We had a fine rain Mondlay night
and the grain looks much imnprovedl.
Our farmers are about through sowing
Itev. P. II. E. D)errick preached at
Mt. Pilgrim church Sunday afternoon.
We are tol Mr. D)errick will p)reach
for this congregation twvice a month
from now on.
Mr. A. M. Counts has growvn some of
the largest turnips this season that we
have seen in a long time.
Mrs. Wmn. Werts, of Mountville, has
been visiting relatives in this com
We notice from the p)apers that some
fewv new routes in the uppler part of
the county have been let out for the
rural dlelivery of the mail. Our people
in this section are patientiy awaiting
our mail delivery to start. We needl it
and should have it too at an early
So far we have had no killing frost
yet and the wveather has been fine for
some time. Our people have all gath
eredl their potatoes andl the yield has
Thanksgiving (lay will soon be here
and the day should be observed by re
turning thanks to all wvise Creator of
the Universe. Our p)eop)le have much
to be thank ful for. Sigma.
Negroes to Celebrate Emancipation Day.
The colored 0(dd Fellows of New
berry will celebrate January 1st, 1903,
*Ie 31st anniversary of the issuance ol
the Emancipation Proclamation, andl ir
ordler that the occasion may be made r
success we request the hearty co-opera.
tion of each and every man, womar
andl child of Newberry county. In er
der that there may be unity of actior
we also request that each and every
society, community, school or precinct
send two or more delegates to confei
wvith the executive committee of the
0(d( Fellows Thursday, Nov. 27th, at
their hail at Newberry, S. C. Nothing
of a political nature willl be considered.
For further information apply to either
of the undersigned committee.
J. B. Morgan,
Jas. B. Williams,
W E HAVE on and a beautiful
line of hats bought at redueed
price Give us a call and see what
bargains we have for you
The Riser Millinery Co.
-DEATH OF SEPTIUS WINMBR.
Composer of "The Mocking Bird" and
Thousands of Other Songs-Contrib
uted to Poe's Magazine.
Philadelphia, Nov. 28. -Septimus
Winner, composer of "The Mocking
Bird," and hundreds of other popular
songs, died suddenly here today, aged
Mr. Winner was the author of 200
technical books on musical instruments
and arranged over 2,000 compositions
for the violin and piano. He also pos
sessed considerable poetic ability, his
latest work completed recently being
"The Cogitations of a Crank."
Mr. Winner was a frequent contribu
tor to Graham's Magazine when Edgar
Allen Poe was editor of that publica
tion. One of his compositions "Give
Us Back Our Old Commander," writ
ten after the removal of Gen. McClel
lan, is said to have threatened the dis
ruption of the military forces and its
publication was stopped by the govern
Mr. Winner sold "The Mocking Bird"
for $35, but the publishers years later
admitted having realized $8,000i000
from its sale. Mr. Winner was born
in this city and was the founder of the
Musical Fund society.
Towels Without Cost.
Every forty-eight pound sack in
which "Clifton" flour is packed will
make two good towels, the regular
toweling goods being used in the manu
facture of the sacks. Ask your grocer
to send you a forty-eight pound sack.
At E. R. Hipp's, Hayes & McCarty's
and L. W. Cozby's.
1FULL STOCK Butterick Patterns.
Sold strictly for cash at Woot
N EW AND FULL stock of Paper
Patterns just received and are
sold for cash only, at Wooten's.
OR SALE. -A fine Holstein bull,
ready for service. Apply to Thos.
A UCTION SALE-I will sell mower,
harrow, blacksmith tools, farm
utensils, about one hundred bushels of
corn and other articles to the highest
bidder at Robert Boulware's place, in
No. 8 Township, on Thursday, Deeem
ber 4, at 9 a. m. John Herbert.
T IE friends of Dr. James McIntosh
,hereby nominate him for re-elec
tion as a member of the Board of Com
missioners of Public Works, subject to
the Democratic primary.
GO TO J. P. COOK FOR CHEAP
CAFE DINING ROOM.-Meals can
be had at all hours at the Cafe
dining room on West Main street, op
posite Klettner's. Always the best the
market affords at very moderate prices.
Meals served in any style to suit any
taste. Fresh oysters always on hand.
3t McKenzie & Son.
T-OR SALE. -Saw Mill near O'Neal;
.F School House, including all ma
chinery, three log carts, two oke cows,
two tracts long leaf pine tim'ber. Will
be sold to highest bidder at the mill on
J. W. and J. E. LONG.
AONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
LJ.loans on improved farm lands
at seven per cOlht. interest on
amounts over one thousand dollars,
and eight per cent, interest on amounts
less than $1,000. Long time and easy
p)ayments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
LPECTACLES~ AND EYEGLASSES
D)oyour eyes ache and burn at
night?' I have the best trial ease for
t1tting Spectacles and Eyeglasses, and
can fi' 'he most difficult eyes, with the
propel , lasses. I have fitted glasses
for the best people in the county and
can fit you. I use only the best grade
Crystaliue lensed. Come and give me
a trial and be convisced. Strictly one
price to all. GUY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED
Inot to trespass on lands belong-.
ing to us or under our control by hunt
ing or otherwise. Trespassers will be
W. D. HARDY.
FRANK E. MAYBIN.
D. A. THOMAS.
W. B. WHITNEY.
B. H. MAYBIN.
W. B. OXNER.
Natico at Finat Sottlonment and flisehieg
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVYE
shore, dleceasedi, in the Probate Court
for Newberry County, S. C., on Thurs
day the 4th day of December, A. D.
190 2, .at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and
will immediately the reafter apply for
Letters Dismissory as Administratria(
andl Administrator of the said estate.
All persons.having claims against the
said estate will render i e same duly
attested,. and those indleBed to the sai~
estate will pay the same on or before
that (late to o.ir Attorney, Cole L.
SARA EMMA LONGSHORtE, Admx.
MADISON J. LJONGSHORE, Admr.
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 3, 1902.
Notice or Finial Scttleniont and DIscharge
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA'
.A- I will make a final settlement on
the estate of Dr. John R. Thompson,
(deceased, in the Probate Court for
Newberry County, S. C., on Monda
the 22nd day of Dec ember, A. D. 1902,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and im'.
mediately thereafter apply for Letters
Dismissory as Adminfstratrix of said
All persons h'aving claims against the
said estate are hereby notified to ren
der in the same duly attested; and all
those that are indebted to pay the same
o.n or before that date to the under
signed or her attarney, James Y. Cul
1MARY A. THOMPSON
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 17, 1902.
WE, 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 Ngwberry, 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 prima election.
- OBT. H. WELCH IS HEREBY
announced a candidate for Mayor
of Newberry, and is pledged to abide
the result of the primary election.
For Alderman--Ward 1
MR. E. Y. MORRIS IS HEREBY
announced a candidate for Alder
man for Ward 1, and is pledged to
abide the result of the primary election.
CITIZENS OF WARD ONE.
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--Ward 2
A T. BROWN IS ANNOUNCED
, a candidate for Alderman from
Ward 2, and is pledgeci to abide the re
sult of the Democratic piimary
WE HEREBY ANNOUNCE JACOB
L. Dickers as a candidate for
Alderman for Ward 2, and pledge him
to abide the resul of the primary
election. VOTERS WARD 2.
For Alderman-Ward 3.
LB. AULL IS HEREBY AN
" nounced a candidate for Alderman
from Ward3, subject to the Democratic
WNE TAKE PLEASURE INPRE
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.
RESIDENTS OF WARD 3.
For Alderman--Ward 4.
MANY 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 Alderman-- Ward 5.
RIENDS OF S. K. BOUKNIGHT
Ftake pleasure in Dresenting him
as a candidate for Alderman from
Ward 5, and pledge him to abide the
result of the primary election.
HE friends of J. M. Guin hereby
announce ;. as a candidate for
Alderman from Ward 5, subject to the
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
J. W. Norwood, Plaintiff,
Thos. Q. Boozer, Defendant.
B3Y ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, I will sell at public outcry,
before the Court House at Newberry,
between the legal hours of sale, on the
first Monday in December, 1902, the
following lots of land in the Town of
Newberry, South Carolina, conveyed to
the said Thos. Q. Boozer by Talula F
Davis by deed date~d March 3d, 1893,
and recorded in Book 7, page 143, in
the office of register mesne convey
ances of Newberry County, South
Lot No. 1, containing Thirty-six One
Hundredth (36 100) of an acre, more or
less, upon which is a five-room cottage
and barn and stables, bounded by Cline
street, lands of Anna Wicker, Mrs.
Aldridge, by Wright street, which sep
arates it from lands of M. A. Carlisle
and by other lands of T. Q. Boozer.
Lot No. 2, containing Forty-eight
One-Hundredth (48 100) of an Acre,
more or less, upon which is a six-room
cottage and barn and stables, bounded
by lot No. 1, Cline street, Wright
street and lands of John W. Earhardt.
Lot No. 3, containing Forty -seven
One-Hundredths (47 100) of an acre
more or less, bounded by lands of Jno.
W. Earhardt, Cline street, Wright
street and other lands of Thios. Q.
Lot No. 4, containing Forty-seven
One-Hundredths (47 100 of an acre,
more or less, bounded by Lot No. 3,
Cline street, Wright street and lands
of Mrs. Livingston.
Also, all that lot of land situated in
the Town of Newberry, South Caro
lina, containing Ninety One-Hundredths
(90 100) of an acre, more or less, upon
which is a four-room cottage and out
buildings, and represented by plat
dated and executed by Jas. F. Glenn,
survey or, dated February 5th, 1897,
and bounded by lands of Mrs. Sallie
E. Teague, separated therefrom by
Elmore street andl lot of 0. B. Mayer
and J. W. Watts, and is the lot of land
conveyed by Susan B. McInturf to
Thos. Q. Boozer.
Terms of sale: One-half of the
purchase money to be paid in cash; the
balance on a credit of one year, with
Interest from day of sale, credit portion
to be secured by the bond of the purch
aser and a mortgage of the premises
sold, respectively. Purchaser to pay
H. Hi. RIKARD, Master.
Master's Office, Nov. 5, 1902.
Notice of Final 861tle1cnt 8a(1 Disclarge,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Iwill make a final settlement on
the estate of Anderson Singley, de -
ceased, in the Probate Court for New
berry County, S. C., on Tuesday the
9hday of DeebrAD. 1902, t1
o'clock in the forenoon, and will imme
diately thereafter a pply for letters dis
missory as Administrator of the said
estate. All~ persons having 'claims
against the said estate will render in
the same duly attested; and those in
debted will pay the same on or before
that date. .ALLEN G. WISE,
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 5th,, 1902.
Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN
~that all persons holding claims
against the estate of Marion Anderson,
deceased, are requested to render in the
same to the Probate Judge of New-|
berry, S. C., on or before December|
1st, 1902. J. Y. FLOYD,
Executor of Marion Anderson,' de
HNellO Contrall--oys M 48
The No#bormy raaite Front
Confecolier81 ad,l MO
They have all kinds of Bread
Patent Bread, Milk Bread,
Graham Bread, Cream Bread,
K.me Cap Bread, Rye Bread,
Kimmel Seed Rye Bread,
Boston Brown Bread.
Largegt assortment of fresh, fancy
Cakes ever shown here before.
Ordere taken by Telephone and de
livered;free of charge as we have out
our new delivery wagon.
Call and see us, or ring up Phone
H. As Meyer & Son.
Being made from carefully se.
lected drugs of the finest quality
that can be produced, handled with
extreme care, makes it worthy of the
praise that it has received. It is be.
ginning to be recognized as the best
COUGH SYRUP ever produced,
and has been thoroughly tested with
the following results:
1 st. It cures in short
er time than any other
2nd. It is more last
ing than any other
3rd. It is put in larger
packages than most
first c lassCoughSyru ps
that sell for 25c.
Maves' Drug Store.
All Rates are
FOR SALE BY
J EWE White.
Hands Wanted I
Excelsior Knitting M ills
Of Union, S. C.
FORTY strong ab~e-bodied men
twety-neand forty to make $1.00
per dry eac',, and good wages paid
to othe. membe:s of the family for
otber o'asses of work.
W e also wami 1'oppers, Knitters,
Loopers, Menders and Finishers.
All the work is nice and easy, and
we pay better wages than any other
hosiery mill in the South.
J. H. Gault,
Treas. and Manager.
Union, S. 0.
A BIG BOOK SALE
This is no auction nor cost
sale gotton up for the pur
pose o1 getting rid of a lot
of worthless books.
These Books Are New
Just received. I bought
a large quantity of them
and in that way I got them
very cheap and I am go
ing to give you the benefit
of the price.
JlUST THINK OF IT,
I am going to sell you a
well bound book by such
authors as Charles Dick
ens, Victor Hugo, Thack
ery, Rudyard Kipling and
other noted authors of that
class at the small some of
10 CENTS EACH.
These books are going to
sell at that price, so don't
'wait until they are picked
over. Come and get the
best while they last.
Mayss' Book Stre.
Bread and Bread Making,
partmenteo t ehi Agriculturalart
on "Brrad and Bread Baking," says
"the nutritive value of wheat flour do
pon arg e upn t necaactyer of
ouis"lifton, "made at Bransford
Mil,Owensboro, Ky. Insist on your
grocer sending it to you. Call atR
Hl~aHayes & MCys and LW W'
Here is something we want you to read,
and read carefully. We want to talk to you:
about the goociguality of our merchandiseand
our low prices, arid 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 thereeverything we seli is of
standard quality. Here is ono of the elements
of our success: We make the price so low anc i
all times and the character of our mercharl-.
dise so high that any buyer aan 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
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.
C. &G. S. MOWER CO.
or We Have Many Things for Which to Be Thankful on
November 27, 1902.
Our Store Will be Closed. Let Us Be Thankful'
That we are not worse off thian we arc.-We might be.
That we are still alive-Some people aren't.
That the buymng pulic have shown thetir appreciat ion of the numerous
alnes we offer.
That we have had the best year's buninoss of any previous y ear.
That you or anybody else can get suchI good, serviceiable and stylish
Footwear Clothing, Dress Goods, etc. for so little money.
That there is one store in Newberry that sells only reliable goods.
That the name of that store is
The Store Where You Always Get Your Money's Worth.
And Special. Low Prices at
TO UNLOAD AND REDUCE OUR BIG STOCK, WE~ WILL F'OR
.Ithe.next few weeks ot the pric. s on every line. The Goods mnet be
old at some price. An immense line of New Goods f. r you to select from.
We Will Not Be Undersold by Anyone, Try Us and See.'
)ur Dress Goods and Silk Departments are packed full of pet e
Goods, All grades arnd the latest things from the (Jheapest to the Best
Clothing, Shoes and H ats.
We Have the Stock, the Styles and the Prices Lower than Anybody
ome an.d See For Yourself. I7
100 Men's Nobby all wool Snits for $5.00 well worth $7.50.
100 Men's Nobby nll wool Snits for $6 50 well worthb $8.00.
10 Men's Nobby all wool Snits for $7.50 well worth $10.00.
10 Me' Nobby all wool Suits for $10.00 well worth $14.00.
00B00 Men's Nobby all wool Snits for $120() well worh $10650.
100dB$s' 0ndChildrens Suits for $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2 50, $3.50
[50 pra Children's Solid L.aather Shoes atl 50,s~,atolrsorsfr5
~00 pre. Ladies' S3olid Leather Shoe at $10 sod ,t ohr st ores fr 7150,.
50 prs Men's 0.4 Shoes, Lac ones $100i ar storster l50..
50 prs. Men'a calf shoe s L ace or (Congress for $1 00 a pair worth $2.00.
Big Stock of Ladies' Jacoket Caps a d Furs at0 Cut Prie wort20
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