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Nasty weather we are having this week.
At this glad season remember the poor 5*
and needy.
See additions to list of attractions at .
v - the opera house.
A Christmas tree is to be given at the tj
factory chapel as usual.
Wanted at Once.?Tour order for dry 0'
wood. J. H. Murphy. y
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A beautiful line of Christmas uaras, a r
prices, from 3c. up, at The Herald Book
Store. ' *
Congressman J. O. Patterson is making I
efforts to have another rural free delivery I
route established in this county. 8
The Bamberg Banking Company will be
closed for the holidays next Monday and t
Tuesday, Decembezf35th and 26th. 1
Christmas turkeys at Jennings's grocery 1
store. i
In another colnmn will be found the
notice of opening books of subscription *
& to the capital stock of the Bank of Olar. <
Revs. 8. A. Nettles and Geo. H. Wad- 5
dell were elected editors of the Southern 1
f"-.i Christian Advocate for the coming year,
fe ,v The Herald wants to employ two girls J
1 v- or young ladies to learn to set type. Ap
plication can be made at the office immediately.
*
Last year the number of dogs returned <
for taxation in Bamberg county was j
1,801. This year the number is 1,461, a j
i slight increase. c
The Methodist conference decided to
g. .... meet in Columbia next year. Invitations
were presented from Rock Hill, Gaffney,
ig ; Greenwood, and Columbia. }
C. F. Rizer at Olar will receive a car \
load of horses and mules next Saturday
gt-r. night, December 23rd, and would be glad
* ? interested.
{0 SHOW llUCUi l?U pCMVAVW
Ifeg&v,' The musical comedy to be presented in *
Q / the opera honse here on Christmas day >
by the Hungarian band and orchestra ,t
will be something especially fine. Sc
p, MONET to IiOAN.?On real estate, onpi
Ef'"V> on very reasonable terms. ar
|gvc ' J. ALD&ICH WYMAN,
Attorney-at-Law, Bamberg, S. C. of
Ife Rev. 8. A. Nettles, who has been pastol of
V of the church at Branchville for the pa; ar
^ two years, has been elected one of tt VV
^ . editors of the Southern Christian Adv pi
p ?r.> cate. He will probably reside in Spa- it
tanburg. tb
Rizer at Olar is selling numbers ?f at
y\ horses and mules this season. He 1/8
Sound, serviceable animals and sells t*n B;
at a small margin of profit is the rean. y<
^ He will receive another car load 8atuay ai
f:-;-:. night, the 28rd. pi
> In another column Auditor R/ell P1
gives notice of his appointments fc re- w
ceiving tax returns. All real estate* to ?a
be returned this year, and propel of
. tevery kind must be returned at ittrue "
^ value in money. * 61
- The Herald never takes a holidf and .
???> ' this paper will be issued as usuhext 10
jj&V week. We will give the office foi some 2?
; rest, for the boys have been worb bard
p* all the fall, but the editor will be* hand
. ready for business. ?
Col. Jno. F. Folk had booked tr'^oth- ej
ing but Money" Company, to apar bere fc
||p- on the evening of the 80th im^t, but ^
0v-r the company was disbanded a^affney ^
mnrder of twoambere ^
Iuu auu/uui vt w?
^ of the attraction. Iyi
Those who owe as can do* & good
p: torn by settling up their accoo3 between
now and the first of January We need
\ the money and haven't the frk to send a
statement to each one per**U?? Let P
this notice be sufficient. I ai
Next Sunday Rev. Wadd^- Duncan J hi
* will preach his last sermonthe Methodist
church, as be and h*amily will J
v leave for Greenwood st* time next
week, in which town thears?nage of!
p the Cokeebury district is *ted. I
For Sale?100 pound??r?ia Rattle-1
snake melon seed at 60c??lP?nnd; 800
pounds Eden melon seed 5 the pound;
100 pounds Kolb Gem ** at 40c. the j D
pound. All guaranteed31"6' grown by
me. W. D. RicE,-'nmara> 8. C. L
EJ? Despite the bad wder? the bazaar
held by the Baptist 3n the town!
hall for three days anA^bts last week, I _
^ was a great success: fK? crowds were IB)
In attendance, and th?4** was a sue-100
S" -> ceSs both from a Aa* an(l financial I w
standpoint. > ?
fi- For Sale?Jereecow w*th young is
v calf. Otis Brabham. I
V, A good friend a subscriber writes Uc
InjP? ytbat he cannot liveapPJ without The th
pfj/ / Herald. He's the /*t sort, too, for he
kA 'y enclosed his dollarr a year in advance. I
Wfy* 4 J^ne words are u?ty nice, but when I
. the cash comes alcStoo, they have an
Added force. be
- Bny your turke*'*" Christmas at Jen- Ti
nmgs's grocery s** 1 til
A commission a issued last week by I re
tbe Secretarv o tate to the Peoples j M
?Bank of Bamberg banking insutution
to be locate -here. The capital he
stock was pot a $25,000. Mr. T. C. th
Steedman has bee soliciting.subscrip- nc
tions to the cap# stock, and it was
^ atated In the sohstption list that H. C. Ps
; ^olk was to be piddent of the bank. is
0;. Rev. Waddy ! Duncan, a Wofford th
jp-' - graduate of the ass of 1894, who has D
served in the coiorence for eleven years m.
and aocompUshegood work, and who is tr
at present statioea at Bamberg, is an act- u
ive factor with younger delegation of ci
the conference. The Methodists of Bam- pj
berg daring th past year have-built a
$15,000 churcb-nd the building was paid
for at the timeof its completion. This
i::". is a record to e proud of.?8partanburg
Herald. hi
Last Frida;a negro named Jim Hall st
was caught i the yard of Mrs. Buist at o
Blackville tempting to steal turkeys, .
and when ojiered off by Mrs. Buist he .
threatened fcr life and threw bricks at 11
her. He w* caught and while on the cl
way to the^nard house in charge of two
policemen,ie was shot twice by Mr. H. L. r
DeWitt, a mother of Mrs. Buist. One of
the bulletswent through the left side of e]
~ --'?'-a hndv and he is seriously
tUC IJCgU" ? ? ?
wounded. Deputies came over from M
Barnwellto carry the prisoner to Bam- D
well jail and a mob gathered at the
Blackvilb depot to lynch the negro, but
after a g*eat deal of trouble the deputies
hid the legro in the train and reached ^
Barnwel. Here another crowd had
gatherei and some of the Blackville ^
crowd lad stayed on the train, so the
negro vas kept on Che train and carried ^
s to Savannah, and from there was carried
to the penitentiary in Columbia by way
of Augusta. The negro recently escaped ^
from the Richland county chain gang. ?
i>y .
Rev. T. L. Belvin has been returned to
e Ehrhardt Methodist church.
Mr. W. E. Sease, holding No. 39, was
e winner of the big doll at Hoover's
ug store.
The editor's Christmas will hardly be
merry one unless a lot of people pay
hat they owe him.
If in need of a horse or mule, see the
ir load Rizer at Olar will receive next
aturday night, the 23rd.
Mr. J. H. Armstrong is now with the
.rmstrong-Johnson-Brabham Co. at
le old stand of H. F. Bamberg, he being
?<? eoninr mpmhftr of this firm.
Rev. J. A. Clifton, who has been pastor
f the Orangeburg church the past four
ears, has been sent to Marion. Rev. L.
\ McGheegoes to Orangeburg.
At a meeting of the endowment rank
Cnights of Pythias, held last week, H. C.
''oik was re-elected president; D. F.
looton, v.ce-president; and W. D. Rhoad,
ecretaryand treasurer.
Let us dl resolve to make the coming
rear the oest Bamberg has ever known.
Ye can (o this if all will work unselfishy
for tie common good, and each one
vill be lenefitted thereby.
The ccent Methodist Conference creited
tvo new districts in the State, and
)f couse that meant two additional presiding
elders. The new districts are
kndeson and North Charleston.
Re* R. L. Holroyd, who is to be
)asto of the Bamberg Methodist church
lext rear, comes here from the Greenville
listrit. He was pastor, of the churches
it Wlliamston and Bel ton last year.
M. and Mrs. R. C. Able, of Leesville,
3. C, announce that their daughter, Lila
kl.,will be married to Mr. William M.
3xer, of Olar, S. C., on Wednesday, the
57t December, 1905.
, few White Leghorns and Buff Plyuuth
Rock cockerels of the best strain
let. Going at a bargain, $1.00. Will
i'o take orders for eggs for setting,
:>m the same strain, $1.00 per setting.
E. C. Bruce, Bamberg, S. C.
The Hungarian band and orchestra,
hich will appear at the opera house here
i the afterhoon and evening of Monday,
ecember 25th, is a high class attraction,
id there should be crowded houses at
>th performances. The price has been
it in the reach of all. See the ad. in
tother column.
The Herald Book Store has sold a lot
Christmas goods, but we have plenty
nPAf.fctr thin era lpft vet. YOU Can bUV
fv*v / ---
lything in stock now at a big discount.
'e don t wait until after Xrnas to cut the
-ice, but we make the reduction while
is of value to you. Come in and see
e pretty things we have and get them
bargain prices.
the annual meeting of stockholders of
&mberg Banking Company was held
Mterday at the bank. A satisfactory
vidend was declared, and a resolution
issed that the bank liquidate at the exration
of its charter next November,
hen a new bank will be organized. The
.me board of directors was re-elected,
t a subsequent meeting of the directors
le same officers of the bank were reected.
The Masonic grand lodge held a most
iteresting session in Charleston la^t
eek. The report of Grand Master John
, Bellinger showed the order in this
tate to be in a most flourishing condition,
r. F. E. Harrison, of Abbeville, waselecd
Grand Master, succeeding Mr. Bellingr,
who has ably served as Grand Master
>r the past two{years. Geo. S .Mower, of
ewberry, was. elected Junior Grand
Tarden, and, according to Masonic cus?m,
is in line to be Grand Master in a few
jars.
The Cotton Market
Cotton is selling for llf cents the
Dund in Bamberg to-day (Wednesday,)
id the receipts of the week are one
andred bales and upwards.
New Advertisements.
R. W. D. Rowell, Auditor Bamberg
>unty?Notice Tax Returns.
W. A. Klauber?Christmas Goods.
Bamberg Banking Co.?Closing Notice.
H. C. Folk, Administrator?Letters
ismissory.
C. F. Rizer and C. B. Rizer,- Corporars?Notice.
ARM8TB0NG-J0HNS05-BRABHAM CO.
Thig new firm, which succeeds H. F.
imDerg in ine mercanuie uuameoo, is
mposw of J. H. Armstrong, formerly
ith C. R. Brabham; fl. W. Johnson, forerly
with G. Frank Bamberg; and Hen'
J. Brabham, Jr., assistant cashier of
imberg Banking Co. These gentlemen
.ve experience in the mercantile line
id know how to please customers. 8se
eir ad. in this issue and give them a call.
New Preacher for Bamberg.
It can be truthfully said that all Bamrg
was surprised and disappointed
lesday morning when it became known
at Rev. Waddy T. Duncan would not
turn here next year as pastor of the
ethodist church. We all expected that
i would be returned, and he even
ought so himself. But the church
leded his services in a larger field of
efulness, and while we regret that he
not to serve us as pastor, we rejoice in
,e just recognition of bis merits. Mr.
uncan was made presiding elder of
,e Cokesbury district, and Rev. R. L.
olroyd will be pastor of the Bamberg
lurch next year. Mr. Duncan will
reach his last sermon here next Sunday.
Dance at Ehrhardt.
Invitations are out for a dance at Ehrsrdt
on Tuesday evening, the 36th inant.
This will be the fifth annual
hristmas dancg given by the young men
f that community, and will take place
i Copeland's hall as usual. Those in
large of the affair are as follows:
Invitation Committee?H. A. K^rse,
w t> :T A UroKhom W M Walk.
JU. lVlbtC/I) Hi t/iuvuuiu) ?. ?*. ,, WM.
r.
Arrangement Committee?G. L. Mc
[illan, J. 0. Ritter, W. D. Sease, Bert
'annelly.
Reception Committee?O.E.Kearse,J.
mit-h.
Senior Committee?G. L. Kinard, G. B.
earse.
Chaperones?Mrs. G. L. Kinard, Mrs. G.
J. Jenny, Mrs. J. F. Chassereau.
Floor Managers?W. H. Ritter, B. V.
hearse.
G. Frank Bamberg handles the best
uggies and wagons, yet the prices
re reasonable.
Escaped Through Stink Pipe.
Kansas City, Dec. 18.?By climbing
through a sixteen-inch pipe used to take
foul air from the cells and then out to the
open air through an air stack sixty feet
from the ground, Clyde Alexander and
James Bradley prisoners, escaped from
the work-house about 7:30 o'clock last
night. A carriage is said to have been
waiting for them near the rear of the
place. The escape was made at great
risk of injury and greater risk of detec
tion.
If you want a higher grade buggy
than you can And elsewhere, call at Q.
Frank Bamberg's. 9
LETTERS DISMISSORY.
On January 20th, 1906,1 will apply tc
Geo. P. IXarmon, Probate Judge, for letters
dismissory as administrator of estate
of G. Z. Weissinger, deceased.
H. C. FOLK,
Dec, 19,1905. Administrator.
CLOSING NOTICE.
The Bamberg Banking Company will
be closed for the holidays next Monday
and Tuesday, the 25th and 26th instant.
D. F. HOOTON, Cashier.
Bamberg, S. C., December 19th, 1905.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that books ol
subscription to the capital stock of the
Bank of Olar will be opened at the office
of C. F. Rizer, at Olar, 8. C., on Wednesday,
the 27th day of December, 1905, al
ten o'clock a. m., and will remain open
until twelve o'clock, m., during which
time subscriptions to said stock will be
received. C. F. RIZER,
C. B. RIZER,
Corporators.
Olar, 8. C., Dec. 20,1905.
a
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Money to Loan
I am prepared to loan money
on real estate on easv terms
at reasonable interest rates.
Will takeup old mortgages or
make new loans. If you want
to borrow money don't fail
to consult,
J. Aldrich Wyman
Attorney-at-Law Bamberg, 5. C.
INSURANCE
....I WRITE....
FIRE INSURANCE
LIFE INSURANCE.
SURETY BONDS
In good, strong Companies.
HENEY J. BRABHAM, Jr,
Office at Bank. Phone Connection.
4
i grip"
lets down
B^[i? the bars.
"^e ooable {a it gives
bo warning. The bin of
the serpent warns yen cf
MBBMMMMfdapi, fact Grip O
gives an alarm nntil Its poison has undone rise system.
Weak lungs*?mean consumption; weak heart, heart
disease; and weak kidneys, bright'! disease. Take
JOHNSON'S TONIC
In 30 minutes it enters the blood and begins to undo
the mischief, and in one day the Grip victim is
placed beyond the danger line. Use nothing else.
Johnson's Chill $ Fever Tonic Co.
Savannah, Georgia.
A. M. BRABHAM
FIRE and LIFE
INSURANCE
Only First-class Companies Represented.
A Portion of Your Business
Solicited. Office at Store
of C. R. Brabham & Son.
I'xfI'carter
o Attorney-at-Law
J [ BAMBERG, S. C.
< Investigation of Titles a Specialty
J [ Office at the Court House.
Take one teaspoonful of I
Johnson's Chill and Fever H
Tonic at mealtime. In a
week's time friends will ask,
"Where have you been?"
Never mind the cost; m
* just try it
Sold by All Druggists. 0
Drs. fl. fl. and L. fl. Trotti
DENTISTS
WU1 be Represented in
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uenmarK irom 20m 10 25m
Of every month prepared to do all
kinds of dental work.
Feel Dull and Blue?
It's Malaria in your system.
Get it out?
Nothing is such a powerful
malaria remover as
Johnson's Chill and Fever
Tonic. Guaranteed
to cure malaria or any
form of fever. Money
back if it doesn't.
GLENN SPRINGS BOUGHT BY SYNDIDATE.
Strong Company of Spartanburg Business Men
Have Purchased Celebrated Health Resort.
Spartanburg, Dec. 18.?The entire
Glenn Springs property has been sold to
a syndicate of Spartanburg men by the
Messrs. Simpson, who have owned and
conducted the famous resort for many
years.
The transfer includes 55 acres of land,
the hotel, bottling works and everything
else connected with the springs, where
thousands of South uarounians ana per'
sons from all over the South have spent
so many pleasant d$ys.
The purchasing syndicate is composed
of the following well known business
men:
[ A. L. White, president of the Mert
chants' and Farmers' bank of Spartanburg
V. M. Montgomery, president of Pacolet
ipills.
W. 8. Montgomery, president of Spartan
mills.
I Aug. W. Smith, president of the Bank
of Woodruff and the Woodruff cotton
mill, and the owner of the large dry goods
establishment in Spartanburg.
J. Boyce Lee, a local capitalist.
A new Glenn Springs company will be
f organized, for which a charter has already
been applied for, the capitalization of
' which will be $200,000. It is the intention
of the purchasers to develop the
L property in every way and to make of
i the place a resort even more popular than
! the springs have heretofore been, and
with such strong financial and business
I Kaolrmfr thoM ifl r?n rinnht that this will
yavoiug ?uv*v m mv
be done.
YOUNG WIFE VICTIM.
Drunken Negro Assaulted and Beat into Insensibility
Mrs. Frank James Near Greets.
Greenville, S. C., Dec. 19.?Mrs.
Frank James, the young wife of a prosperous
farmer, living in Chick Springs
Township, between Greer's and Taylor's,
was assaulted at her home abont dusk last
night, by Andrew Thompson, a negro, 40
years old, Who beat her into insensibility,"
and threatened her with death if she told.
Her husband, coming from work, found
her hysterical and disfigured from the
blows of the negro's fists. The neighbors
formed a posse and began searching for
the fiend.
Constable A. C. Rainey found Thompson
iu a drunken stupor at his cabin, a
mile from the scene of the crime at 8
o'clock this morning. Fearing a lynching
the constable left the posse with the
impression that he was going to drive
across the country with his man, by the
way of the Paris mountain road. They
cut across the country to head him off,
and lynch the prisoner, but he made a
detour and caught Southern train, No. 39
' Taml/Mi'a ofatinn fnr fJrfipnvillA RftinpV
* delivered the prisoner at the county jail
by noon.
Excitement is intense about Greer's
and Taylor's. The young woman who
was assaulted has been married three
years. She is the daughter of John Duncan,
and a member of an excellent country
family, with an extensive connection.
The man who is said to have assaulted
her has lived in this neighborhood all his
life, and presumably committed the deed
in a drunken frenzy.
TAX NOTICE.
The county treasurer's office will be
open for the collection of State, county,
school and all other taxes from the 15th
day of October, 1905, until the 15th day
of March, 1906, inclusive.
Prom the 1st day of January, 1906, until
the 31st day of January, 1906, a penalty
of 1 per cent, will be added to all unpaid
taxes. From the first day of February,
1906, until the 28th day of February,
1906, a penalty of 2 per .cent, will be added
to all unpaid taxes. From the 1st day of
March, 1906, until the 15th day of March,
1906, a penalty of 5 per cent, will be
added to all unpaid taxes.
The following is the levy:
For State purposes, 5i mills.
For county purposes, 4 mills.
For back indebtedness, i mill.
Constitutional school tax, 3 mills.
Total, 13 mills.
Special school levies:
Bamberg, No 14, Q mills.
BinnakePs, No. 12, 3 mills.
Clear Pond, No. 19,2 mills.
Colston, No. 18,2 mills.
Cuffie Creek, No 17,2 mills.
Vft Q1 9 mills
* i/puiuaa^vt *** } w * *** Ehrhardt,
No. 22,2 mills.
Go van, No. 11, 8 mills.
Hauler's Chapel, No. 16,1 mill.
Hopewell, No. 1,8 mills.
Hampton, No. 8,2 mills.
Heyward, No. 24, 2 mills.
Kirkland, No. 10,4 mills.
Lees, No. 23,4 mills.
Midway, No. 2, 2 mills.
Oak Grove, No. 20,2 mills.
Olar, No. 8,4 mills.
All male persons between the ages of
twenty-one and sixty years, except
Confederate soldiers or sailors, who are
exempt at fifty years of age, are liable to
a poll tax of one dollar. Capitation dog
tax, fifty cents.
Parties returning property in more
, than one school district will not forget to
1 ask for receipts for each district.
In calling for your receipts give name
and number of school district as well as
township, as the books are made up by
school districts.
I will receive the road commutation
tax ($2.00) from October 15th, 1905, until
I March 1st, 1906. JNO. F. FOLK,
Treasurer Bamberg County.
A SIMPLE FEVER CUR1
There's no sort of Fever
that can't be cured bv
Johnson's Chill and Fever
Tonic. And there's
no person, sick or well,
who won't be benefitted
by it. A teaspoonful at
mealtimes for a week
will help you more than
any other medicine you
ever tried. _ '
I Farmers 2
p are beginning to r
m are free and indei
m By concerted act
m taught the worl<
I Cotton is Woi
So long as sut,h com
is no reason why the
his son and davghter
such luxuries as othe
joyed for years. The
of their farms shou
Believing as I do, I am ca
most extensive stock
best stock of Qenei
I have ever si
public.
Those lines of fine Dress Goods, a
Mohairs, Cashmeres, Broadcloths, Etc
few days ago, have heen filled in by a:
I are now prepared no give ine laaies v
season have simply been immense, am
Is impossible to mention here anythinj
and fresh arrivals, bat remember it ma
it in stock, or can get itfor you on short
Here are a Few Purchase
600 bbls. DeSoto Flour,secured be- :
fore the recent advance. i
1 car load of the famous Russell
Farm Wagons, ringing in price <
from $29 to $65. ]
A large shipment of Ladies*, ,
Men's, Boys' and Misses'fine Shoes.
A large shipment of the famous ,
Schatt & Morgan pocket kniyes,
razors and scissors. These are the
highest grade knives made, and
everyone is guaranteed to' cut a
nail without the edge breaking or
WA turning. If you want a knife or >i
ij . . ; "
i Call on us for anyl
p and we wilf treat
H. C.
I| BAMBERG, - - - ' -
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lJUST TE
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is
;? Do Y?a Realize That There are
, Short Ones Toe?aid thea Qt
f ?
If Christmas Gil
. Don't put it off. TJhe
!! nearer Xmas the la
:: the more broken the
: : the harder to make
m V * '
"We have crowded th
. the best assortment
t ? ceptable gifts to be f
} in the State.Come
a hour, it will be a pi
J a saving to your pr
. J and get' choice sel
|| A FEW SUO
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t ? Boxed Stationery, lovely boxes It <
TT^11? Vl/\1a?a an^ Vnooa .Ian II t
9 4 Ul UUUJf) I tviotoj cuiu ?usw) wuv
IZ fine art boxes with Gibson and ]
>t * Underwood studies, an unusual
& ? choice line lOc to #1
? ' '<
Beautiful Pictures, a veritable 1
? ; Art Gallery, hundreds of exquisite i
11 pictures from the little medallions i
% at lOc to magnificent art panels
;; at
?
a Famous Gibson and Gilbert [
; ; Heads, (framed) - $1 to $2
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Useful Hand Bags, magnificent 1
II Z line of leather and silk hand bags. ]
< f Every kind of^Ieather and all the 1
? durable colors. The Vanity bags 1
U? are certainly pretty. Bags for little 1
!: Santa Clans' I
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a*
I Kohns Ei
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:: Orangeburg, - - i
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ealize that they ? 1
jendent beings. m k&J
ion they have H ^2
th He to 15c I I
iitions exist there || B
should not enjoy 11 -1
? classes have en- raj
Id rule the world. fiB
Trying the largest and S | . S
and the finest and |i : M
ral Merchandise Mil
lown to the m ,^ --l
1 Ml ' :
insisting of 8ilks of every kind, Jffl .
w, which were entirely sold out ft ffil
fresh arrival of new goods and we Bn
'hat they want. Oar sales for this, M|
i our hvock is so extensive utu 11 pM|
? except a few recent purchases |8g~ :*?vSw
kttera not what yon want Folk has. km - ^ 11?9
t notice, and the price will be right. jjjg ;
s and Recent Arrivals 8
^ iM
razor ^better than you have ever M ;Q /'> J
Have you seen our splendid line jffl^ -;'
Df Lounges and Furniture of aU |8r
sven if you don^wanf to buy.
Pic Nic Haras at 9c the pound. jH * JjS
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rfetaas? Ym Sirely Hits $ "
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Dnes, bags for big girls, bags for -jftv
everyone. As grana a line as can ffl $ pi
be found 35c to #10 X
Art Squares a most acceptable 11 '^4
Christmas gift, lovely squares both 2
large and sm&lL This large line i J. > 2
Includes the Brussels and Velvet, i 1
3quare, price $10 to $37-50 j j . ^
Grand Line Rugs 50c to $5 | y t * \ |lf
Fine Furs, certainly a warn and ? # 'j
icceptable gift. Our line of Chi}- jl* c:Ws&'
Iron's for seta is ofeapecialintereat x
m all, every kind from $1 to $4*50 A
For Ladies the line of Brown Mar- X
;en and Isabella Fox Scarfs and " * X
Boras is simply exquisite. Every ? I :
lind is to behaafrom $1.25 to$13 y v >
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