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f HE AUTUf? OPENING.
filagni?cent Display of Millinery at the
Sumter Dry Goods Co weany.
From the Daily Item, Oct. 12.
The elaborate display of the Sumter
Dry Goods Store yesterday was a feast
of beauty that the ladies of Sumter
fully appreciaated. This well known
establishment was thronged with pur?
chasers and onlookers from early morn
until late at night
The decoration of the windows was
the handiwork of an artist In one
was displayed superb evening gowns,
brilliant with irridescent trimmings
and spangled nets.
There was, also, a choice collection
of silks and, evening hats. The other
window cotnained a collection of
wearing apparel for the little folks-a
veritable Lilliputian Baza r.
intering the store, we found dis?
played on first counter a rare and
varied assortment of dress patterns for
street costumes in silks, mousse?
line, taffeta^- poniard, crape-de-ehine,
p?plin an& ?en-^cygne
T3he next canter, in the center of
the store,-presented an array of ele?
gant dress |?fterns in broadcloths of
the. season's most fashionable colors.
House furnishings, net curtains?
pertierres,: siffc^-lambrequins, furs and
ready made . tailored soiiB and c?ats
were displayed in lavish iirofusion.
To say that the millinery depart?
ment is under the management of Mrs.
L. Atkinson is synonymous with
announcing that; there coald be found
hats and bonnets, whose beauty. and
style is seidomequaled.anc; that rivaled
the displays/^) be found in;the largest
estabHshroents . of northern cities.
Xotiob?e among this display of. rare
and bautiful hats were those in the
directory shape, large picture hats,
and others made of chenille and ecru
Special attention was given to the
large coleo tics of black bats, whose
varied style almost beggars descrip?
tion. Among those most admired were
the taffeta hats and antique a ssortment
The shoe and carpet departments
gave evidence of the same care and
attention, as that bestowed on the
Taken as a whole, no mere beautiful
display of merchandise has ever been
exhibited in Sumter. .
Meeiigg Somier Gymnasium Cleo.
f From the Daily Item, Oct 12.
At a meeting held last night in
Sheriff Scarborough's office, a club to
be known as The Sumter Gymnasium
Club was organized, with the follow?
ing members :
J. E. Gaillard, A. J. Stubbs, J. N.
Edens, James Lenoir. J. O., Teicher,
K Hogan, Jr., H. V. Keid, P. R
Folder, Geo.. D. Levy, Ho^h C.
Hayns worth. J. E. Clack;" G; F.
Schwerin, E. Turner White, J. E.
Auld, W. B. Parker, Ec?ene Mil?
ler, Jim Ard, Eobt Keels, ,J. fi.
Cunningham, W. J. Jennings, D. J.
Burns, P. M. Parrott, J. D. Biand
ing% Jr, P. Gallagher and W". V.
The following officers were elected
President-J. E. Gaillard.
"Vice ?Vesideut-H. V. Keid.
Secretarer-J; H. Cunningham.
Treasury-P. M. Parrott
Floor Committee-H. V. Beid,
Chairman, A. J. Stubbs, P. ML Par
Committee on Beles and Regula?
tions-Hngb. C. Haynsworth Chair
man, J. E. Gaillard, H. V. Reid. >
The initation fee for charter mern-,
be rs, or ?ny ethers who desire to join
this club- within next 30 days from
dae of this meeting, was fixed at $1.50
which includes one month's dues of
Sf tv cents.
The initiation fee after thirty days
will be $5. 00. ??
Each member is requested to leave
with Mr. P. M. Parrott, at Tho Suin?
ter Savings Bink, $4.50 not later than
Monday, Oct 17th A suitable place
fer the Gymnasium bas not yet been
-decided upon, but Mr. H. C. Hayns
Pworth has been appointed a commit?
tee of ene to confer with several par
ties ?bot a hall and it is thought that
there will he little trouble in-securing a
suitable place. Every one is enthusi
astrc, and it is the purpose of the mem?
bers to nt up an up-to-date Gymna?
sium, where its members may go and
spend a pleasant and profitable after?
New York, Oct. w. -Edward - M.
Field, a son of Cyrus W. Field, look?
ing like a pitiable tramp was arraigned
beef ore M^gitsrate Barlow in the Cen?
ter Street police court today, charged
with larceny of an overcoat. As com?
plainant failed to appear, Field was
remanded back to tee Tombs, Ss the
prion er was being t&k. u away he said
to bis attorney: If you can't" get bail j <
dor/* worry. The three meals I'm go-1 1
ing to get will be ?rood: Field has j 1
been rioidly going down the road to : J
misfortune for the last ten years. 'He |(
inherited ? large? fortun?'from bis fa-,! \
ther and wetit into business but fail- j i
ed. ile was later adjudged insane and J '
sent to an insane asylum. He was af- j1
terward released and dropped out of j '
sight nb til ??XX), when he was arrest- j]
ed on the charge of being a vagrant, i!
Since then be has been but little 11
bette? than a tramp. ]
7 Baltimore, Md., Oct 14.-Andrew
Leenhardt was hanged in the jail here
this morning for the murder of his
wife on June 27th last.
This newspaper wants your Want
Advertisement for the seit io h reason
that if your "want aa*." pays you it
will make you a better friend to the
paper than you ?have ever been-and
your wans ad. wiH pay you there is
not the shadow of a doubt
Salt Lake, City Utah, Oct 14.
Because the negro familia? at Moun?
tain Home, Idaho, sent their children
to the town public school twenty-five
masked men'last night drove all the
colored people'from the town. The
colored people will appeal to the Gov?
ernor for protection.
Fewer gallon?; wears longer; Devoe.
Estate of James S. Kocks ey, Dec'd
ALL persons having claims against said
Estate will present the same, duly attested;
and all persons indebted ir. any way
to said Estate will make payment without
^ JflsL MARION S. PIKCKNEY.
CITY TAX RETURNS.
Treasurer's Book Show an Increase in
Valuation of $112,680.
City Clerk and Treasurer Hurst has
completed his taxjbooks for the year
and will be ready to receive taxes ss
scon as the time for payment arrives.
He finds that the total returns of
? real and pesonal property for taxation
amount to SI, 806,770. Last vear the
total was $1,694,090. The "increase
this year over last year is ?112,860.
The net gain should have been much
greater and would have been but for
the fact that there were material re?
ductions in the valuation of many
blocks of property. Where some prop?
erty owners increased their returns
others reduced theirs despite the rapid
enhancement in the value pf ail
property in the city within the past
twelve months. If property was re?
in red at an average of even three
fourths of its market value it is well
within the limit to say that the city
tax books would show a total of at least
$2,250,000 bnt until some means can be
found to equalize taxes throughout the
county and state no change can be
hoped for. Property owners in town
are not going to return their property
at full value when farming land that
sells readily for $25 to $40 an acre is
returned for taxation at $3 to $8 an
CITY COUNCIL MEETING.
City fcouncil held a regular meet
ing at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening.
Present: Mayor pro tem E. F.
Haynswortb, Aldermen H. D. Bar
? nett, H. W. Hood, C. G. Rowland
and W. G. Stubbs. Absent: Mayor
G. W. Dick, Aldermen P. P. Finn,
E. W. Hurst and R. K Wilder.
The minutes of September 28th
I were read and confirmed. *
The Annual Tax Ordinance and the
License Ordinance, for 1905 were read,
adopted and ordered published, under
a resolution suspending the rule
which requires two readings.
The Mayor and Clerk were authoriz?
ed by unanimous vote to borrow one
thousand dollars from the Sumter
Savings Bank for necessary current
expenses, and to execute and deliver
therefor the city's certificate of in?
debtedness in required form.
A communication , was read from
Mayor Dick directing attention to the
following matters :
% The necesstiy of providing fire
escapes for the Opera House ; a ne?
cessity emphasized by the recent fire
in that building. Be asked immedi
ats action by'CounciL
2. The need of a well equipped Hook
and Ladder Truck with a chemical
engine for the fire d?pannent.
3. Complaints which had been made
to him of ' the soiled and obstructed
condtion of .certain streets. It being
claimed by some persons that too
much latitude is allowed traders in
exhibiting and selling live stock on
the strees : making our thoroughfare
disagreeable to pedestrians and danger?
ous to school children.
The Acting Mayor appointed a com?
mittee consisting of ali members pres
snt to consider the question of fire
escapes for the Opera House. .No
actionv was taken > with reference to
ather suggestions of the Mayer.
Mr. Barnett, for the police commit?
tee submitted a report of lights out
from September 28sb to lith inst.,
inclusive. -The subject of streeet
lights was discussed" and the Clerk
?vas directed to request the Sumter
Siectric Light Company to improve
;beir~service, as the present system is
The committee of public works was
inthorized to adjust losses resulting,
rom fire in che Opera House on 7th
uss. with the insurance companies.
Request was made by Edgar Cuth
jert for permission to move a small
building through - Live Oak street, a
listan ce of- seventy-five feet, and re?
ferred to the committee of public
The Clerk and Treascrer's report
.'or September and claims presented
vere referred to the finance committee.
Council then adjourned.
DATE IS NOT CHANGED.
Charleston Gala Week Will be November
21 to 27 as Planned.
The weekly meeting cf the Fall Fes
ivai committees was held last night
n the Elks' rooms at the Commercial
31ub. and a representative number of
;be business men of the ctiy was pre
?nt. In the enforced absence of the
;hairman of the executive committee
?be|chair was occupied by Mr. T. W.
r'asssilaigue, and the secretarv of tba
?ssoeiation, Mr. Montague, Trieste,
lertt notes of the proceedings.
Toe first important matter which
>ccupied tlie attention of the execu?
tive, committee was a consideration of
;he request received from the Sumter
Pall Festivl Association that the date
>f the Charleston Fall Festival be
jbaneed, as it would take place dur?
ing the same week which they bad
ielec'ed for the time of their o wa car
lival. But it was found impossible
Dy tiie committee to accede to this
request, as the change:* which moving
the date already announced over a
month ago, either forward or back?
ward, would insure a heavy financial
loss, and possibly the ruin "of the
project for which so much hard work
bas ben done.
In the first place tbe Gaskin Colos?
sal Show Company has sant several
thousand big posters to the Charleston
Association with- dates printed and,
secondly, the petition for the reduc?
ed fare bas gone into the hands
of the Southern Tariff Association
asking for rates for November 21-26.
In addition it was shown that con?
tract had been made with the show
people, who had in their turn secured
extra attractions for November 21-'26,
and, lastly it would be practically im?
possible to collect the large amount
subscribed by the merchants if the
time for holding the festival should
be changed, for they do not want the
carefull planned date altered. The
committee expressed great regret that
such a conflict of dates had ocurred,
but after a warm discussion of the
matter a majority voted in favor for re?
taining the original time selected at
tiie^first meeting -News and Courier.
London, Oct. 14.-The morning bul?
letin on the condition of Lady Curzon
reports that she passed a quiet night.
The seriousness of her condition,
however, is not diminished.
A SHOCKING ACGIDENT.
Oelgar and Monaghan Hose Wagons Col?
lide on Liberty- Street-Barney, One
of Monaghan's Horses. Had Both
Front Legs Broken.
From thc Daily Item. Oct. 14.
The two fire companies had just, re?
turned from responding to a false
alarm, and had hardly gotten back in?
to their respective houses, when a
second alarm was sent in. Both teams
were hitched up with great dispatch,
and came out of their houses, the Del
gars going west and the Monaghans in
the oposite direction on Liberty
Street. No electric lights were burn?
ing, and the streets were in such dark?
ness that it was almost impossible to
recognize passersby on the side walks.
The two teams, neither having the re?
motest idea that the other was in such
close proximety, came dashing to?
wards each other ; and the wonderful
alertness of Rivers, the Delgar's driv?
er, in palling his team to one side
alone prevented the horses from meet?
ing breast,to breast between the cor?
ner of Main street and the Post Office.
The front wheel of No. 3 wagon hit
Barney, one of Monaghan's big bays on
the chest and broke both of his front
lgs. The beautiful horse went down
to the ground without a groan, and
just af te* that a very touching inci
I dent took place. The two horses were
rapidly unhitched, and while mem?
bers of the team were leading Billy
off, Barney, even in his terrible con?
dition, endeavored to follow his
brother, from whom he had never been
separated. Chloroform was adminis?
tered to the suffering animal to allevi?
ate his pain, and while under the in?
fluence of the drug, Chief Bradford
put and end to his usefulness in this
wcrld by firing a bullet through his
The following statements have been
made concerning the accident.
The Statement of Franklin Ander?
son Monaghan Hose Company's dri?
When the alarm came in, we hitch?
ed up and got out of the house as soon
as possible. I took the left hand side
of the road, could see nc thing of No.
3, there was no light on the corn sr.
We came together very unexpectedly :
No. 3's front wheel hit Barney in the
chest and on front legs; the horse
went to. the ground, was very quiet.
We unhitched, and found out what
damage there was. The condition of
the horse was discovered, the frame
part of the wagon was bent and bro?
ken in sevreal places.
Rivers, the Delgar driver said : The
alarm was given in by central ; said
fire was on South WVshingtton street ;
recognized Anderson's voice at the
'phone* and was not looking for him
to come in my direction. I took the
center of the street; saw Anderson
leave the house but it was so dark
that I could not teil in what direction
he was going. When I saw him, I
pulled to the right ; Le went diagon?
ally across the street, which threw me
on the left. I tried to void the col?
lision, and just did get my horses
sufficiently to one side to prevent No.
2, from hitting them. One singletree,
two front tires, 8nd back axle of my
wagon were broken. 1 was so worried
ibo ut my horses that I knew nothing
jf the damage done roTBarney.
Mr. R.S. Hood, gave out the fol?
lowing statementt :
The first thing that I knew of the
iccident was a jar to the wagon,
ffhich dislocated my finger. I was
>n the wagon. I jumped to the
rround to remove harness from the
right hand horse. We were to the
right of the center of the street. It <
vas so dark that I could not recog- 1
rize men on the wagon only a few ??
feet away. Have afterwards found
>ut who tbpy were, and am well ac- *
inainted with them, lt was very dark i
>n the street. "
Mr. W. S. Graham : I was stand?
up in the pustoffice, anti bad just
:ome out to get my wheel. I was in
;he act of mounting, when the teams
.ame out of their houses. No. 3,
?me out first, going west, and ap?
peared to be in the center of tneN
?treet. No. 2 was about to meet my .
earn ; I thought that a head-on collis- *
on was inevitable. Just as they were
ibout to meet, I saw my horses go to i
;he left of No. 2, then I heard the '
J - - i, -
The scope of the three rings, elevat?
ed stages, coliseum course and high?
way pageants of the Forepaugb and
Sells Brothers Shows has been enlarg?
ed to include mammoth expert and
jistorical military featnres which
vould mightily please even Mars him?
Did you marry the first girl yon
proposed to? Probably not Some
;ime8 it's that way with want advertis
ng-you have to try it again. But, its
is sure as courtship in the end.
The ancient law, made for "him
who hath not," has never been repeal
?d. And to "him who hath" is still
'given;"-if he "hath" "gumption"
is well as goods. The old statute is
jnforced without mercy in the adver?
Unattended ladies and children need
sot hesitate to visit the stupendous
Adam Forepaugb-Sells Brothers ex
bi bi rion. Special instructions are
ziveu to ali employees to protect
Esopus, Oct. 14.-No visitors came
to Rosemount today and Judge Parker
passed almost the entire day horse
sack riding. ?
nw nm ? ? ci-?
The general invitation that has
been sent out to the militia of the
State to participate in the big prize ,
irill during the Fall Festival should
bring aft least a full regiment to take
part in the exercise on military day.
mum? I ?-? -??
Street Superintendent White is rap?
idly completing the clay and sand J
roadway on Manning avenue. It will i
be in "perfect condition for the auto- ?
mobile race during festival week. 1
A Judicious Inquiry.
A well known traveling maa who Tisits
bhe drug trade says he has often heard <
?ruggists inquire of customers who asked 1
for a cough medicine, whether it was i
wanted for a child or fur an adult, and if j
for a child they almost invariably recom- 1
mend Chair:bs?Iain's Congh Remedy, i
The reason for this i* that they know ;
there ii* no dancer from it and that it al?
ways cores. There is not the least danger i
in givinp it, and for coughs, colds aod
croup it is ansurpa-sed. For sale by all
TH5S IS THE GREAT INTERCONTINENTAL SHOW
CREA EST FEATURES
Vast Circuses, Menageries and Hippodromes United
M? for Successive Seasons bave in every sa) Croker- ali Arenlo Bacsrds is Madison Square Garden, Kew York Cit|
Which in unparalleled and splend:<l pro/vsicn. r< T < n?y ir:Ht:?Ie P!1 th? best nttractioRs that all others can possibly produce,
but a stellar host of newlv-auUcd Foreign and Home-bom
THRILLING, TRANSCENDENT and TREMENDOUS FEATURES
Nowhere else to be seen on earth, and everywhere and at every performance including those onlv North Pole Discoverers
A greater number than Sir John Franklin, Kane,
Grecly or Peary ever saw together
at any one time.
THOSE PARISIAN PERENNIAL PETS ANO PRODIGIES
LaFamil?e Bruin Lecusson
Seven Male and Female Areme Geniuses in their
Phenomenally Original Performances,
"ON" THE WAY TO THE GRAND PRIX RACE, PARIS."
The only altogether new equestrian feature ir;
circus annals for over half a century.
THE CHASM-VAULTING CYCLIST
who, in a seeming desperate dash to sure destruc?
tion, leaves his headlong course to fly
SO FEET AWHEEL THROUGH SPACE
and then regains his narrow pathway unscathed.
Among their heroic, historic and marvelous
those incomparable masters of manual and drill
THE ALL-C0NQUERIN6 AURORA ZOUAVES
so aptly cfcs cribed by the New York Journal as
"A Hage Red-Legged Centipede, whose Celerity sad
Precision have Astounded Vas. Military World/4
OWLY TROUPE OF 9 HUNGARIAN WIACYARS In thc wondrously wild, weird and emotionally eccentric dances*
melodies and almost savagely strenuous acrobatic originalities of their mysterious race.
*W j?pi\?Rt- mm Whose miraculous and incredible feat of scaling awheel the narrow, absolutely
X V^Ag^?fcPI Xm9 perpendicular interior circle of "The Devil's Chimney " has gained for h'm the
title cf "The Mounting Maniac of the Bewitched Bike." And still another Pre-eminent Parisian Phenomenon
JMK O ?i S & HEUSERN
Whose combined Bareback, Sulky and Park Cart Juggling Innovations, in the course cf which, holding a Sulky aloft by its Thills, he spring*
from the ground to the back of his Running Thoroughbred and balances a Park Cart on his Chin, are surpassing Ulust rat ions of skill and strength.
THE FOUR MARTINEKS,--i
Gaul's greatest Grin Geniuses in A French Foot-Bex
in; Ma cb, Tbe Comic Catapult, The Miser and His Gold, -
Thc Pinched Parisians, and other Freeland Frolics, to- ^ ____ - ^ JSI?
pether with fifty other ofthc World's most famous ffnrf??D??flnlffn^ t&jjyUR.
ami Funniest Fools in thc Caressing Capital of Ij^(OJI??UUu^^S fir V~
Fame's only EDDY FAMILY ^ mt}^,^1"'?^ ?\ I
Now first introducing their new and thc only /rift f?fl*^ &xh \l -
Aerial Stage Acrobatic Act /Sm U Atilt ^ ?&/ if ' -
DEMON-DRIVEN DIAVOLO W MJF\ ' \'
Looping the Giant's Loop on a Bicycle. v Sly/ ? -E
An inimitable/superhuman feat, defying duplica- >ai?/Y jE
tion and beggaring description. Which thrills and A l
clectrifies as would a battery of dynamo?. A . ?f?/ l\ ' I"
spectacle staggering Sensation's self. Acres of . y^Pi?*/ / \ W VZ
astounding, dumfounding. dare-devil, dazzling, ^fflWnF^Tl - ?
delighting, marvelous and merry prodigies and /\nTf?i !\ W A ~
pastimes, and rarest liv'ng lessons. / \J xa \l \ ' /? V "
A COHSTELliTIOR OF EIGHT CIRCUS COMPANIES / AAK\ - ; A" = .
A hundred acts and rivalries in three rings, / / \ / \ f\ jMw' /y -
100,000 feet of aerial space, on elevated stages / / M f" IZKBB/ - ""1 E
and a grand coliseum course. The Chariot Races .^g^Mj^^k flin \ \*uHB ?sic^k -
of the Roman Casars. The Superlative Siamese Twins / \ / / / J i \ ?B?r? ?^?&L^ S -
of HaturaJ History. Xever before were seen herpp^\ V / / /^kjj lg LflHBi ?P 4s5?!ii
savage representatives in such huge, ferocious fj\ ?S- -/ / ./BHBH WSsS^^^i ??? MP MWBB )A 6 m n
and varied form, the Migtitiesi nerds of Wisest ^^?^^^^^J^t|^?^B^^^LP Isl BB ^g^vPi agf PJ| BB 5 Ss f ggj
Elephants, and toweringcolossally in fame amone: (gS\ ?!=?r ^^^3?^^f^^S~^^^^^^^^&ZjlS^^^^^^ gs ^ftfitj^ z. ?ER
Ihem THE F0REPAUGH DANCING El F PH A NTS -iP^t ~ \" V<M^?mu,/-- / / j ^Pr^^^j ^-^?$^^3
SHE SELLS BROTHERS'SOLDIER ELEPHANTS. ' "
There are Peerless Hundreds in their Horse Show. A Blue-blooded Congress of Prize-winning Perfection.
The Morning Free Street Pageant is a Gigantic, Glorious Revelation
OF ORIENTAL OPULENCE AND HISTORIC MILITARY DISPLAY.
Two performances daily, ram or ?hine, in new proeess waterproof tents. Admission, 50 cents. Children under 9 years, 25 cents. Doors open
at 1 and 7 P. M., for the Mcnajreries and Grand Promenade Concerts by Merrick's Superb 5Iiiitary Band. Arenic displays 1 hour later.
Oa exhibition day Numbered Coupon, actually lleserved Seats, may be secured at the regular prices at
China's Drug Store, No. 6 N. Main Street.
We are now offering the magnificent plantation known as
Shady Side, containing 750 acres, situated 3* miles West of
Sumter. This place has a nice 8-room dwelling, thirteen ten
int houses, and a fine orchard In fact 'tis an ideal home ?for
pou. Better see us about it.
WHITE & MCCALLUM,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
PHONE NO. 143. STO?TSB, S. C. OFFICE NO. IS S. MAIN ST.
- Sells itself. None better. 10,000 tons now offered for saie.
Nitrate of Soda,
Muriate of Potash,
H?RBT & CO.
Get our prices, please.
Mr. L. I. Parrott, Chairman of the
Fireworks Committee announces the
appointment of Messrs. H. Harbv,
Jr., H. W. Hood and D. J. Auld "as
dis associates on this committee.
Can You Eat?
J. B. Taylor, a prominent merchant of 1
Ghriesman, Tex., sajs: "I could not eat
because of a weak stomach. I lost all
strength and ran down in weight. All
that money could do was done, but all
hope of recovery vanished. Hearing of
=ome wonderful cures effected by use of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, i concluded to try
it. The first bottle benefited me, and aft?
er taking four bottles, I am fully restored
to my usual strength, weight and health.*' '
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di^e^t* wbat you j
eat and cures. Sold by Olin H. Davis. ?
N. G. Osteen, Jr.,
No. 18 W. Liberty St.,
SUMTER, S. C.
Office hours, 9 to 1.30 ; 2.30
CP. Osteen, M. D.
No. 18 W. Liberty St.,
(Over Osteen's Book Store).
SUMTER, S. C.
e> yr ccnv Young HM
FOI* GOOD POSITIONS
GUARANTEED IN WRITING.
500 FREE scko^SHIPS OFFEBEB
GA.-ALA. BUS. COLLEGE. MACON, GA
I will give prompt attention to all calla
for surveying, platting, terracing bili sides,
draining bottoms, drawing Mortgagee
Title's, Probating, ?fee.
BASKS H. BOYKIN, D.
Oct 19-o Catchall, S. C.
THE BANK OF SUMTER,
SUMTER, S. C.
City and County Depository,
Capital stock paid in, $75,000 00
Undivided surplus, 16,000 00
Individual liability of stockhold?
ers in excess of their stock, 75,000 00
Transacts a general banking business;
also has a Saving Bank Department. De?
posits of $1 and upward received. Inter?
est allowed at the rate of 4 per cent, per
annual, payable semi-annually.
W. F. B. HAYNSWORTH, President.
R. L MANNING, W. F. RHODE,
*Vf promptly obtain U. S. and Foreign
* Send model, sketch or photo of invention fer
free report on patentability. For free book,
Opposite U. S. Patent Office i
De LO RH E'S
23 South Main St
Open from 7 a. m. to IO p.
m. ; Sunday, 9 a. m to 1 p. m.
Having consolidated my tim
stores, I will be pleased to see
all my customers at the above
stand, where I am better pre?
pared than ever to serve thea.
Your prescriptions will be
called for and delivered.
Full line of Drugs, Garden
Seed and Cigars.
Your patronage solicited.
Call bell for night work.