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?'S L0G4L NeWS- j
Mr. John T. Nicholson was in
Edgefioid on businesb on Monday,
accompanied by Mr. Page, a gen
tleman from Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Fowler who
reside now in Aiken came up on
Thursday last ard spent a day or
two with Dr. H. Parker.
Mr..W. R. McHugh returned
on Saturday after spending two
week6 in Greenville in attendance
upou the United States" court as
oetit juror.
. Mr. Joe Eve Miine, accompa
tiied by two other darkies, went
'poeaum nuntin' the other night
aud bagged, or "tailed", six of the
grizzly fellows.
Mrs. N. M. Jones has gone to
the hospital in Augusta for treat
ment. lt is probable that she will
be operated on for appendicitis.
.Her friends hope that she will re
over speedily.
\ The tremendous crowd at the
Fair in Columbia last week gave
tho pickpockets good pickings.
"iSome one of the light fingered
g9atry 'relieved Mr. Barnwell
Jones of about $10.
Tho friends of Col. Clinton
Ward regret that he is so ill
hopelessly ill it is feared. He is
coffering from blood poisoning
caused by a iong standing sore
upon one. of his legs.
Court will convene in Saluda
on November, 13th, Judge Mem
minger presiding. Doubtless some
of the evil doers look upon being
arraigned ou the fateful 13th
with fear and trembling.
?\ Monday next is salesday, the
first Monday in November, and
the claus will gather at the court
house from the four corners of the
county. 6ome to attend to busi
ness, others to drink booze.
The S. C. C. I. cadets will re
ceive their new uniforms this week
and then the civilian garb will be
discarded entirely. The corps of
cadets is composed of a very manly
set of boys, always deporting them
selves as young gentlemen shoald.
The merchants who have pur
chased large stocks of winter goods
are just a little glad to see the de
cided change from summer to win
ter. They are now moving out the
heavy dress goods, underwear,
blankets, shoes, clothing, eic.
Skating is all the rage in the
targe cities. We have been wonder
Jug why a rink has not been opened
min iffdjinfljalcl-Thfl t^Driafco^pi
; bal is in cities are-coining th^ cfoK
lars almost as rapidly as do red
lemonade and peanut venders at
Judge Brunson, magistrate of
the first judicial district of the
county, ought to receive a salary
of a circuit judge. The people iu
biB bailiwick-a part of them at
least-raise so much devilment
J hat His Honor is always having
to~Cftll an extra session of his
Jt is not necessary to advertise
or potft your lands in order to keep
off trespassers. The last session of
the legislature very wisely changed
the law. Anyone found hunting or
otherwise trespassing upon your
...land ie now liable to prosecution,
no previous ni tice being necessary.
Our town now receives mail by
.the star route from Trenton seven
days in the week. Prior to Sunday
Jast the carrier only met the early
train at Trenton during the week.
Acting upon a petition from
the ,citizens of our town the postal
authorities arranged to have Sun
day morning's mail delivered at
j?dgefield also.
Mr, James F. Boy kin who re
aide? in Aiken county bas been
in Edge?eld several days visiting
hi* daughter, Mrs. Wm. P Calhoun
For a number of years Hr. Boykin
vas a resident >f our town, conse
quently among the older eiLiz?uE
be-has many friends who always'
greet bim very cordially when he'
comes among us. '
Supervisor D \7. Padgett has
ordered an election ou the question
as to dispensary or no dispeu&ary.
We are glad that the voters of the
county will now have a chance to
say whether or not they wanta1
dispensary. We feel sure that, if
they could be about Saluda for a j
while aud see the conduct of some, 1
and especially on Saturday even
ings, they w^uld vote no ' dispeu
Baiy.-Saluda Cor. Batesburg Ad
ty, Wesolieit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
sonable prices,
Heiotz's Celebrated Mixed
Pickles in barrels at our store.
Just received a car each of Rock
Hill,'Hackney and Chase City
buggies, also a car of old Hickory
wagons. We are in a position to
make very close prices,
Ask Dr. Prescott what bis wife
thinks of Mack's Leafier Stoves.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
. SILK SALE: Will close out
36 pieces silk now on baud at ?.
Y. cost to make room for new
?tock silk.
. Read Mr. CE. May's locals in
the this issue. They have a busi
ness-like ring to them, and will
save y<.u money if you will head
Mrs. E. E. Adams will leave
to-day for Moultrie. Ga., to attend
the marriage of her niece, Miss
Floy Reddick. She will also spend
a portion of the winter in that de
lightful climate with her sister,
Mrs. Josephine Reddick.
. The S. C. C. I. girls, we mean
the graduates of that institution,
are in demand as teachers. Miss
Ruth DeLoacb is teaching the
school at Eureka, a station be
tween Trenton and Aiaon, and
Miss Rhett Warren ?is teacher of
McKendree'8 flourishing school.
The lattei made a harried visit to
Edgefield on Monday.
Mr. A C. Bridgeman, the inter
state Y. M. C. A. eecr tary, visited
the association at tho. college on
Thursday of last week. He was
very much pleased with the man
ner in which these young men are
conducting their Christi?n work,
speaking to the writer in the high
est terms of the boys who compose
the 6tudeut body of the S. C. C. I.
Now is the lime to buy shoes.
Get my prices* before buying, Can
save you money.
C. E. MAY.
The monument of the late Mr.
John C. Bussey will be unveiled
at Red Hill church on uext Sun
day at 12 o'clock. Appropriate
services will be held under the
auspices of the Order of Woodman
of the World, All members of the
Order who can possibly do so are
invited aud urgpd lp be present.
Mr. Thomas Furse is uow the
Southern 's agent at Trenton. He
is faithful, very efficient and as
honest as thc days are long. Mr.
Furse will at an early day move
bis family to Trenton; They will
occupy the Baptist parsonage.
Edgefield envies Trenton these
good people.- -
Miss Mary Buford has just re
ceived another shipment of beau
tiful ready-to-wear hats by express.
She also has a large assortment of
misses and children's hats. Miss
Buford's fall millinery has beeu
very generally admired aud ber
sales have already been sp large
that she has had to replenish har
s'ock several times.
There are tco many pretty girls
in Edg'efield-^real sougsters as
well as those of pretty phmage
for the bachelors to allow next
M juday's opportunity to pass. If
one of these bachelors will pur
chase the handsome Caughman
home, it will not be such a diffi
cult matter to entrap gome ope of
these pretty birds.
Just received a supply of Red
Letter BibleB at very reasonable
.._Misfl-Xaiia.--Ti 1.1m a n- will .jp-age
home in. a few days to be present
at a very delightful house party
with which Miss Sarah Lee will
entertaiu at her home in Abbe
ville. From thence Miss Tillman
will go ou a trip north during
which time she will visit friends
iii Boston, Philadelphia and New
York City.-?-Trenton Cor. Augus
ta Chronicle.
.The general supply of money in
the United States is sai i to have
increased over $79,000,000 duriDg
the past year, making the per capi
ta circulation $31.08. If that be the
actual circulatiou for every man,
woman and child in this couutry
there is something radically wrong
with th.! partitioning of ir. There
are many in'and about Edgefield
who eau not show 31 cents, to say
uothing of $31.
Read of the nice things to eat
that Messrs. W. E. Lynch & Co
tell about in their new locals.
Such delicacies are very sug
gestive of the festive season that
will be upon U9 before many short
weeks come and go. When you get
anything at the Lynch store you
can know that there is nothing
better. Mr. Holstein buys only the
Mr. W, E. HoUton who spent
Sunday last with the boinefolks
travelled in the Piedmont section
of the state last week and says
that ali of'tjie cotton in that sec
tion is not only pipked but most
of it sold, if the farmers wilt "hold
their holt" a little while longpr
those who yet have cotton will
realize more fur it than the staple
is at present bringiug.
I say positively that there is no
better line of plothing in Edgefield
and that I (San not be uudersold.
Give me an opportunity to prove
what I say.
j The Cof-fiep Store
Again offers a cut price sale fo
take place Monday and Tuesday,
November the 27 and 28th, on
Ginghams, Bed Ticking, Calico
arid White Waisting. Reaqer, 'tis
Up to yoi? to be ou baud Monday
and Tuesday |f 'tis prices you
W. H. T?JRNER. ,
Proprietor Corner Store, /
Saved by Dynamite.
Sometimes, a flaming pjty fe
saved by dynamiting a space that
the fire cau't cross. Sometimes, a
cough hangs on so long, you feel
as if nothing-but dynamite would
cure it. Z. T. Qray, of Cajhoun,
Ga., writes; "My wife had a very
aggravated pough, whiph kept ber
a^ske nights. Two physicians
could not help her; so efte took
Dr. ping's New Discovery for Coor
sumption, Coughs and Colds,
whiGh eased bey cougjj, gaye her
sleep, and finally cured her."
Strictly scientific cure for bron
chitis and La Grippe. Price 50 and
$1.00; guaranteed at W. E. Lynch
& Co, and G. L. Penn & Sou.
Mr. H. C. Middleton, of Augus
ta, came up to our city Monday
ou a business trip. Mr. Middleton,
being a wide-awake, aggressiv?
young man, was greatly pleased
at th? prospect of the installation
of an electric light plant in Edge
field. He is of the opinion that a
plant to supply water, owing to
the vast area covered by the town,
would be too expensive to be prac
Miss Leila Cbeatbam, daughter
of Mr. P. W. Oheatham,of Cieora,
has been chosen a? stenographer
aud typewriter for Mr. A. E. Pad
gett, president of the Farmers
Bank and The Edgefield Mercan
tile Company. This position was
formerly filled by Miss Lucretia
Bruuson. Haviug graduated from
the business department of the S.
C. C. I. last Tune, Miss Cheetham
is well fitted for tho place,
Tbe W, 0. T. V, convention
which was held in Johnston dur
ing f HG early port of last week was
auonued by sfeveral of the members
of the local organization who in
vited the convention to meet at
Edgefield in 1900- Tbe invitation
was aocepted, We are glad that
this body of uoble women will
hold their next convention iu our
midst. A warm reception awaits.
We can't wine and dine them, as
the saying goes, but we shall treat
them royally.
Messrs, B. L. Jones & Son have
just received a car of first-class
horses direct from the blue grass
farms of old Kentucky. They can
show you horses with speed, style
and quality. The opportunity of
getting real Kentucky stook sel
dom presents itself. Hence, now
is the time to get a dependable
family horse or a first-class sad
dler. Call at the stables of Messrs.
B. L. Jones & Son in the rear of
the court house and they will take
pleasure in showing you their
Miss Emtna Daniel, daughter of
f)r. Jobo F. Daniel, who resides
near Saluda, has been, engaged to
teach the third grade at Connie
Maxwell Orphanage. Superintend
ent Jamison acted wisely aud well
in making this selection. By rea
son of her intellectual endowment,
together with the training which
she has received in a cultured,
Christian home, Miss Daniel is
eminently fitted for this special
work-that of developing the
minds and moulding and shaping
the lives of these little orphans.
Just received fresh supply Seed
ed Raisins, Currants Cition, Nuts,
Spices, etc.
Several hors? traders with th^ir
calico horses and covered wagons
passed through town a few days
ago. The advent of these so-rcalled
"Gypsies" announces the opening!
bf the horse trading season. Owing
to the general prosperity of the
people the season will open earlier
ltjhan nfliial aad -.7'""?-,R**^.^?F^?|
being a good ope. By the way,
other counties have their horse
traders conventions, why should
uot Edgefield' have one? The Ad
vertiser nominates Mr. J. A. Hobbs
as president of the convention.
Salesday will be an auspicious op?
casiou for President Hobbs to
effect a permanent organization.
The liquor dealers and distillers
know wheo to send out their
tempting literalure. After the
crops are harvested and people
have some spare change the liquor
dealers send thousands of circulars
all over the country offering very
tempting inducements, hoping
thereby to secure orderB. The
writer has received not lees than
a do&en of them, every> one of
which is destroyed as BQQU as
opened. Do not be deceived by
these special offers. By readiug
betweon the lines of these
circulars you oap see the devil
and bis imps. Should you yield
and order the liquor you will
Gftrtaiuly find bis majesty in the
jug when it arrives.
Throat Cut From Ear to Ear.
On Saturday night last oiir town
was thrown into a state of great
excitement ou account of a homi
cid i. both participants being
negroes. Cap Morgan cut the throat
of Stuart Butler, severing the
wind-pipe aud several large veins
and arteries iu the neck, which
resulted iu death in les? than half
au hour. The fracas occurred on
the lot ju the nar of the-store of
.Messrs. Jones ? Son. A worthless
strumpet, Can Morgan's wife, was
the cause of the trouble. Tbe two
men had previously passed angry
wordn ?bout her. Believing thal
he had just.-cause to kill Bqtler,
Morgan voluntarily Burreui}ered
io the authorities about twelve
o'clock Saturday night. In .such
caseathe women ought uot to be
allowed to go scot-free.
We WHit youj: trade iu our line
and stand rpady to matph any
prices yin Dry goodd, Clothing,
Shoesyand Notions.
C. E. MAY.
lu Time of Peace.
In the first mouths of the Ptus
siarJapan war we had a striking
example of the necessity for
preparation aud the early advan
tage of those who, so to speak,
iihave shingle^ their roofs ip flry
weather," The virtue of prepar
ration has made history and giveu
to us our greatest meu. Tho indi
vidual as well as the nation should
pe prepared for any emergency.
Are you prepared to successfully
combat the first polf} you take? A
poid pap be pured muph more
quietly when Irea^d ag it haB
been contracted and hefpre it has
become settled in the system.
Chamberlain's Qopgh fternedy is
famous for its eurea of colds and
it should be kept at hand leady
for instant use. For sale by G. L.
Penn & Son aud all Medicine
_m M.?MIIII - -f ?' j- . ?erj" ' "Tl
The Last Days of Court.'
: In. the case of Walker vs.:We.8tr
ern Uuion Telegraph Company;
which waB being tried when our
issue of last week was printed, a.
verdict of $950 for plaintiff was
rendered. Mr. Walker was repre
sented by Messrs. Evans.and Sim
kin?, and the Western Union by
P. H. Nelson, Esq, and Messrs:
Tompkins and Wells.
In the suit of W. D. Woodward
vs. Southern Bell Telephone and
Telegraph Company a verdict was
found for tho defendant company,
which was represented by P. H.
Nelson, Esq., and Messrs" Shep
pard Bros., Messrs. Simkius and
DrfVore representing the plaintiff.
Moses Holmes vs. Southern
Railway, verdict for defendant.
J. W. JJaVore, Esq., was counsel
for plaintiff and E. M. Thomson
Eeq. for defendant,
Motions wore argued for new
trials in the following cases: As
bill vs. Hughes, Harrison vs. West
e'rn Union Telegraph Company,
and Walker vs. Western Union
Telegraph Company. Judge Gage
reserved his decision which will
be filed later.
^ There is no specific for
consumption. Fresh air, ex
ercise, nourishing food and
Scott's Emulsion will come
pretty near curing it, if there
is anything to build on. Mil
lions of people throughout the
world are living and in good
health on one lung.
^ From time immemorial the
doctors prescribed cod liver
oil- for consumption. Of
course the patient could not
lake it in its old form, hence
it did very little good. They
can take
and tolerate for a long
time. There no oil, not
excepting bu so easily
digested and a 'bed by the
system as cod i it oil in the
form of Scott's Emulsion,
and that is the reason it is so
helpful in consumption where
its use must be continuous.
^ We will send you a.
sample free.
?j Bc sure that this
picture in the form of
a label is on die wrap
per of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
Scott & Bowne
409 Pearl Street
New York
50c. ind gi; all drugs isti
Legget t's Mi nco Meat, Buck
wheat, Maple Syrup, Spaghetti,
Cream Cheese, Chocolate, Flavor
ing Extracts etc.
FOR SALE : 3 fiue milch cows,
fresh io pail,
Wear the Warren suspeuder. For
sale by
' C. E. MAY.
If you are looking for chairs
that are nicely finished "low in
prioe and comfortable, you Bhould
by all means call at store of
Edgefield Mercautile Company.
Chapped Hands.
Wash your hands with waim
water, dry with a towel a.id apply
Chamberlain's Salve just before
going to bed, and a speedy euro is
certain. This salve is also unequal
ed for skin disease. For sale by
G. Jj. Penn & Son aud all Medi
cine Dealers.
We have' just received the
largest stock of Rockers, Dining
Chairs and Piping Tables ever
brought lo this market.
We have just received a fresh
shipment of Nun nal ly's CandieB
by express.
The Goldsboro, McFarland,
Taylor, Can nady and Babcock
Buggies are still going down the
road ftbeacf of. al{ ?ihe?-a.
Edgefie|d Mferpantile Company,
Sells More of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy than of Ali
Other's Put Toge?he.
Mr. Tho?. George, a merchant
at Mt. Elgin, Ontario, says:':"I
have had the local agency fqr
Chamberlain's Cough R^n^edy
ever since it was iutrcsduped. iu.to.
Canaula, apd I sell ag mnoh of it
as I do of all other lines I have
on my shelves put together. Of I be I
many dozens sold under guarantee,!
J have not had one hot lie return-1
ed. I eau personally recom.ta?ndi
this medicine as Jt have u^ed it
piyeplf and given it to my children
and always with the beet results."
For salo hy G. L. Penn & Son arid
all ^iedipine Peal ers.
TU BMP SEED : We have just
received a* fresh supply of all of
the popular variet?s of Turnip
Seed. We only buy the very best
Beed that are grown. Let us sell
. 4:
Baking Powder
Food made with alum
baking powder cam?s alum
to the stomach unchanged.
Scientists have positively
demonstrated this and that
such iood is partly indi
gestible and unhealthful
All old scrap iron at 20 eta per
100 pounds. I pay highest market
price for cotton Beed and highest
market price for seed cotton after
the 15th December. Best quality
brick always on hand for sale.
Call and see our beautiful as
sortment of pictures before they
have been picked over.
Just received Fresh Citron, Cur
rants, and Raisins.
A Creeping Death.
Blood poison creeps up towards
the heart, causing death. J. E.
Stearns,. Belle Plaine, Mi:m,
writes that a friend dreadfully in
|jured bis band, which swelled up
like blood poisouinp;. Buckler's
Arnica Salve drew out the poison,
healed the wound, and Raved hu
life. Best iu the world for burns
and sores. 25c at W. E. Lynch &
Co, and G. L. Penn & Son,
Don't buy a Buggy until you
have seen our "Watertown" to ar
rive in a few clays.
Terrific Race With Death.
"Death was fast approaching,"
(writes Ralph F. Fernandez, of
Tampa, Fla., describing his fear
ful race with death, "as a result
of liver trouble and heart disease,
which had robbed me of sleen and
of all interest iu life. I had tried
many different doctors and sever
al medicines, but got no benefit,
until I began to use Eleotric Bit
ters. So wonderful was their effect,
tliat in three days Heit like a new
man, and today I am cured of all
my troubles." Guaranteed at W.
E. Lynch & Co, and "G. L. Penn &
gr^rggf^ej^ji tfut par?nec? coffee"
at J5 cts per pound. It will please
A reliable medioine and one
that should always be kept in the
home for immediate use is Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy., It will
'prevent the attack if given as
soon as the child becomes hoarse,
or even after the croupy cough
apppare. For sale by G. L. Penn
& Son, and all Medicine Dealers.
WE believe we are in a
any home artistically and ser
nowhere in the South can gc
than ou our floors, grade consi
largest and moat up-to-date
that no dealer will allow botte
no firm is more anxiously to E
great or small-entirely satisf
"You will be convinced o.
deal with us."
Broad St reet,
New Fall Mill
I desire to inform the lad:
that I have just received my \
NE RY, I have studied very
have purchased all of the newi
My line of PATTERN
HATS is very strong. I kno>
I am constantly adding ne
\ invite you to call.
Miss M
Opposite Presto
We are daily opening up
pinter Clothing,
Prices never so reasonabli
The quality and workman
j Corrie and see them befar
i 6.co to 18.00, Boys7 from
We solicit your trade,,
W. A
' flgg^Next to post-office^
We have in stock .bunal robes
made in latest styl?s for men,
women and chiidreu $1-00 to $15.
Have you tried our new 10 cents ;
Salmon. You will like it.
Go to the planing mill for-shin
gles, no. 1 and no. 2.
We simply do not propose to be
undersold. We are ready to serve
you and ask and examination of
our Furniture, Stoves, Vehicles,
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
A solid car of chairs to arrive
this week, ranging in price from
50 cents to $8.00.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Freeh supply of National Bis
cuit Company's Crackers in bulk
and in packages.
Largest stock of Chairs ever
brought to Edgefinld now on sale
For fresh Prunes, Figs and
Dates comp to our store.
We defy competition on Rugs
and Art Squares. Ours are beauties
and are very ch?ap.
We guarantee tires on all Mitch
ell Wagons to run 4 years without
You can't break Mitchell wagon
skein?. We guarantee them to be
of beet maleable iron.
FOR SALE : Ono good, young
mare. Works anywhere.
C. E. MAY.
Just arrived, a lot of Auburn one
hori-e wagons. Let us sell you one.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Ask Bob Griffith what he thinke
of the Taylor Cauuady Buggy.
Then ask Hugh Quarles abouts the
It makes no difference what the
merits of a wagon are. You caD
find one as good or better. Try a
Mitchell or Owensboro.
There is no use to send to the
city stores or mail order houses
for Wedding Presents. We have
a very large assortment of Cut
Glass, Silverware, Cutlery, Jewel
ry and Sundry novelties that are
too numerous to mention, all of
which wera purchased from the
leading manufacturers of the
country. Let us supplyjyour needs
We can 3ave you. money.
Cleared for Action.
When the body is cleared for
action, by Dr. Kind's New Life
Pills, you can tell it by the bloom
of hea't.h on the cheeks; the
brightness of the eyes; the firm
ness of the flesh and muscles; the
buoyancy of the mind. Try them.
25c at W. E. Lynch & Co, and G.
L. Penn & Son.
position to completely equip
isibly; we also believe that
)ods be sold for lower prices'
dered; that our stock is the
in this part of the country;
r O?" more liberal terms; that
uake each and eyery sale
actory to the purchaser.
f these facts too, if you ever
^RTS, .
?es of Edgefield and vicinity
closely the new styles and
est and latest things.
N I can please you.
w goods to my stock.
ary Buford.
terian Church.
our large line of fall and
ship guaranteed.
e buying. Men's Suits from
itoo to 7.00.
L. HART & co.
Mail Order Dept,
Samples Carefully j
Sent on Request.
j ?Express PreptUd on
j j
i ?all Orders Over X iv?
Dollars Accompani
ed by Gash.
Fall Buying Made Easy
ike Store,
Salesla dies
to help a?id assist you to suggest the latest styles to fit and
combine color to your becomingness.
Ladies of EjCLgfefieXcL and vicinity we
extend to you our greeting to visit our store while in Au
gusta.-. We are prepared to show the most exclusive line of
These goods are selected with care by experienced buy
ers just from New York.
We are confident to please ) ou in the most advance
styles at the very lowest prices.
Ladies Home Journal patterns, ioc. 15c. ^Oct a style
Book Free by mail.
Make our Store your
Ladies Parlor's for]
Visitors in the City.
Mailorder atteod
too at one? rotura
on next trata.
830 Broadway,
Augusta, Ga.
Now Ready
is about complete, and we invite
interested buyers to call and in
spect this- array of Merceadise.
prices, styles an
are correct. Satisfaction given
or your money back.
Yours for business,
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays.
Welcome ! Welcome ! I
We welcome you to our store to inspect our NEW FALL GOODS.
Every department is now full.
SHOES : No better line of Shoes has ever been shown in Edge
field, all grades and prices.
CLOTHING: Before buying see our great values in Men's and
Boys' Clothing. They can't be beat.
DRY GOODS : This department is up to our usual high stand
DRESS GOODS AND WAISTINGS: We have all of ths nsw
weaveB in these goods, also all'of the popular colors.
See our Laces, Embroideries and dress Trimmings of all kinda.
A Supurb line of Silks for Waists. C
Underwear from 25 cents up to the finest.
09^"Come to see us. The New York Racket Store will not bs
Made-to-Order Garments
Moderate Prices
Examine our several hundred samples of Cheviots, Wor
steds, Cassimeres, etc.-none better.
Overcoats and suits made from heavy-weights thet will
protect your body from chilling winds and your pocket
book from high prices. You will never fully appreciate the
convincing worth of our garments until you have worn one
of them-they retain their shape and appearance of new
ness during au entire season's wear-and longer if you use
Ever since we started in business we
have made standards and prices^Standard*
higher and Prices lower.
It will be a pleasure to convince you
that what we say is right. Better give ut
this opportunity-it will pay you.
G. E. MAY.
Has Stood The Test 25 Years
Tasteless Chill Tonk
No-Core-No-Pay. 50 c*.$ts.

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