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Stamps. The Only Drug Store In Town That Pro sonts You With Trad ing Stamps. Shenandoah Drug Store, 3 South Main St., Shennudonh. Telephone Connection. Holiday Specials. In dolls and tree ornament we claim to sell cheaper than any one else. Tree ornaments are fully 25 to 40 per cent, cheaper than ever before. See the large glass and tinsel ornaments we ofler at 1 . 2, 3, 4 and 5 cents. They never were so cheap before, and that the people know it is evident by the way we are selling them. We quote a few prices of some of our other lines. wwww DOLLS.- Beautiful dressed doll, at 23c, 48c, 73c, 98c, $1.50. 14-inch fine kid body doll. 23c. 1 6 -inch fine kid body sleeping doll at 37 cents. Negro, Filipino, Esquimaux dolls, etc., etc. Dorr't Fail to See Our Line of Iron and tia toys, 10 cents up. Books of all kinds. Games and blocks, 5 cents up. Fine chiuaware. Tin dishes. Medallions, (a beautiful line). Toilet cases, 75 cents up. Manicure sets. Gold pens. Fountain pens, $1.00 up. Celluloid novelties. wwww Don't Fail to Ask For HOOKS & BROWN. EXAMINE The garments from our tailor ing department, and you will al ways find them right. They have the attrac tive look that makes men of good judgment pause to scrutinize your clothes, and that makes them the satisfac tory kind to you. Overcoats. Suits. Trousers- Portz Bros., 24- North Main Street. Good Enough for the Rich And Cheap for the Poor If you are looking for a Christmas gift in WATCHES, CHAINS, OR RINGS And have your purse at interest as well as your desires you can find them in our selection. We can give you prices and show you gifts that will interest you. If you have eye troubles, we will examine and tell you just what is needed FREE. Then, if you like, will supply you. Thos. Buchanan, Jeweler and Optician, No. 118 South Main Street. Holiday Preparations. NTFU Raisins, Prunes, California Peaches, Citron, Lcmuu rcci, ' Orange Peel, All Kinds ot Nuts. Fine boneleaa White CodOib at 7c per pound, ilukenl, So and up. E3. A. Friedman, 213 W. Centre Si. j Two doora below Vull'i dairy. , is Moping consunphon l rJ Today it's Ay?, "onlyacough'lV.W to be sure; onlyaticklingf W ' ft. 1' .VWi , . SI' Jv Vt IV I But what about tomorrow? Then come the nain in the lungs, the hard cough, night sweats, loss of flesh, and hemor rhages. Now the doctor says, " It's galloping con sumption." Why wait f will heal your throat and lungs. The cough passes away, the pain ceases, and you are soon cured. You can get a small bot tle of the Pectoral now for 25c. It's just right for a sharp cold. The 50c. size is better for hard coughs; but the dollar size is most economical. Write the Doctor. IT you have any complaint v?hatonr nnrt ileslrp tlie best mprtlcal ad Wt. write the Doctor freely. Address Dn. J. C. AVER. Lowell, JIaai. 4 i GeorKln'x Aiiil-Clitiirotto CriiNiiiIe. Atlanta. Dec. 12. The lower house of the general assembly yesterday adopted a resolution requesting the senators and congressmen from Geor gia to Introduce and support a bill authorizing the state of Georgia' to enact legislation looking to the Inter vention of the Importation of cigar ettes into the state. A bill which has been pending before the house would have stopped the manufacture of cig arettes In this state, but under the In terstate commerce law they could have been brought to Georgia from other states. What Is SMloh?" A grand old remedy for Cough, Colds and Consumption ; used through the world for half a century, has cured innumerable cases of incipient consumption and relieved many in advanced stages. If you are not satisfied with the results we will refund your money Price 25 eta., 50 ct. and ?1.00. Sold by P. D Rirllu on a guarantee. Murder Trlnl IWmihi veil. Annapolis, Dec. 12. The case of Robert T. "VVyatt, the confessed mur derer of Captain Oliver' B. Caulk, of the schooner Dreamland his colored deckhand. Frank Collier, came up for trial yesterday. Wyatt, who pleaded guilty when formally arraigned a few weeks ago, withdrew his plea, and a plea of not guilty was entersd. Wyatt's counsel then moved that the case be removed to Howard county, on the ground that his client "could not have a fair and impartial trial in Anne Arundel. The court so ordered, and the case will probably coma up at the March term. Ask your grocer tor the "Uoyal Patent" dour, and take no other brand. It is the bes flour ma ' TLX 1 WW I 03? 'LI :-: POSITIVELY! :-: Costs and Capes at Half Price I Plush and Astrakhan Capes, from $i. 49 and upward. Collarettes, $1.65 and up ; elsewhere not less than S3. 00. Children's Reefers, Si. 25: elsewhere S3 -5. See our large assortment of trimmed and untrimmed millinery and trimmings. Would not any of these articles make a cheap, appreciative and serviceable Christmas gift ? Consider this and come to our store and be convinced. NEW YOBK BARGAIN STORE, 23 SOUTH MAIN STREET. SHOE BARGAINS! In order to reduce our tremendous stock of boots, shoes and rub bers, we will for the next ten days and be convinced. Ladies' and gent's velvet and alligator 75c slippers, at 50c; old ladies' warm shoes, worth Si.oo, and Si -25, at 75c and SI ! men's winter Russetts and blacks, black and tan shoes m town, worth Take advantage of this remarkable ten-day sale and get good shoes cheap. We carry a full line of men's and boy's Snag Proof Boots. FACTORY SHOE STORE. rvio. s. south rvjAiivj st. CfliL ART VALL PfiPER PITHY POINTS. II inltiK Throughout the Country Uhronlclml for Hasty l'erumil. Art wall papor at Cardln's for S and 0 cents per roll. Come nud sco thorn. tf Tlio now Merchants' hotel at Pottsvltto will be opened tlio first of tlio year. Many 'furnaces that heretofore used soft coal aro now buying anthracite The M. E. church of town contributed (10.00 to tlio l'ottsvillo hospital. Tlio employes of the Lehigh Valley rail, rond on this division woro paid to-day. Kov. S. I.. Wliltmoro has been initallrd as pastor of Trinity Koformed church, at l'otts villo. A foreigner was waylaid at Contralla on Saturday night and relieved of his watch and ten dollnrs. Montour county teachers opened their thirty-fourth unutial Institute yesterday at lMnvlllo. Tho Diamond Coal Company has been chartored to operate tho llutlor colliery in CarloudHlo. Thero will bo nu almost total ecllpso of tho moon noxt Saturday night. Watch out for the protty sight. 8co horo friond, Otklu, tho Jowelor, lolls you any Christmas gift 25 per cont. cheaper than nny other jowelor. tf On noxt Thursday evening the l'ottsvillo Gun Club will bo tendered a bauquet by Recordor-elcct Nlchter. A Philadelphia' & Reading oxpross train killed ohn llowaid, aged 00 years, at a cross ing in South Ucthlchctn. An appeal to tho workmen ot Keadinz to aid tho City Hospital resulted In contribu tions amounting to ?7U3. C. N. Ilrutnm, Esq., has been engaged to plead for the condemned Lithuanians of Win. l'euu, to secure a new trial. Patrick McDonald, of Gimnlville, who was injured some time ago at i'ackor No. 5 colliery, is able to be about l'rivato John E. Rutler, of the Twonty first United States Infantry, who died ou a transport on tho way from tho Philippines, was buried yostcrday from his homo at liar rishurg, with military honors. Three hundred and ninety-eight pounds of Hour is daily used in tho bako house at tho almshouse to supply bread for the omployes and inmates. Quakako, which was until lately a prosper ous little town, Is fast becoming deserted. In a very short time twenty-eight families re moved from the place. While Kev. K. S. Arudt, of the United Brethren church at Alt. Carmel, was preach ing Sunday evening, thieves secured $100 worth of jewelry and othor articles from his ho ire. Almost everybody Is cougbingand sneezing and grip threatens to again take us In its grasp. Tho list of patients suffering from this disease is daily increasing. Tho Eastou Telephone Company is branch ing out in the Dctblehems and will shortly extond its business to Allentown. The engagement of Goorco Hamilton Fllnn, son of Senator William Fllnn, of Pittsburg, aud Mist Clara Louise Negloy was announced yeste-day. Three-moulh's-old Moses Wlrdlg, of Leiths vlllo, Northampton county, died of maras mus In bis mother's arms in a crowded Hellertown-Betnlehetn street car, David Williams, of Mahanoy City, a miner at the Primrose colliery, was slightly burnt d by an explosion of gas yesterday. Maior Clark, of Williamsnort. Inspected Co. F. 8th Iteg't., N. G. P., at Glrardville last nignt. Anna Harrison Lodge, Daughters of Eo bekah. I. O. O. F.. of Mahanov Citr. last night celebrated Its 32ud anniversary in Armory nail. The wash'ed portion of tho paved street from Lloyd to Coal streets presented a neat appearance to-day. It Is suggested that tlio borough supervisor clean Main street to unerry street colore tne winter sets in. It saved His Leg. P. A. Danforth, of LaGrango. Ga suffered Intenccly for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg, but writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it in ten days. For Ulcers, Wounds, Burns, Itoils, Pain or Piles it's the best salve in tho world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold by A. Wasley.-druggist. TunIci'I?1 nilllfMrincilt Grotvlll!?. New York, Dec. 12. Good results, accomplished through the Madison Square Garden concert hall meeting on Dec. 4, in the Interest of the Tuske gee Normal and Industrial Institute, Tuskegee, Ala., are apparent. Yes terday a check for $25,000 toward the endowment fund of Tuskegee came from a woman in Ohio, This is the conditional $25,000 subscription made through Grover Cleveland, the donor having removed the condition. Other gifts make the whole amount added to the endowment fund about $86,000. OASTORIA, Bears the ) m M TOU ItaVBfllwayS The Kind You Have Always Bought 8nr OL&m cut and slash prices in half. Come worth $3, at $2,25 the finest men's S5-oo. at $3, ABE LEVI IM E, Prop DECORATIVE ART 3 Has achieved IU greatest triumphs in our artUtlo and handsome stock of wall papers. All the latest designs and fashionable sliades and oolorlnB aro embodied In our superb stock of art wall papers. We have them from $1.00 per roll for high ait decorations to 6 cents per roll for bedroom, parlor, hull or dining room papers. All Artistic ! All Pretty I 224 West Centre St. Shenandoah. x4"ft-H-r 4-1 4-H-l-H-H-l-r-r X Don't fall to try when Buffering tram any had f condition of tho Stomach T or Liver. T IOitiiIi mill 3Broiit. nt lniprtorp. j. X-l--t.-t .r-l'-H"!'-fK DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Necrology Iteporls of This nml Other Towns of tlio County. Tlio fuiiornl of Oeorun Kit, took place nt ono o'clock this nriornoon from tlio family residence, corner of Jardln nml Line streets Services woro held In tho Oormati Lutheran church, Kov. John (Iruhlor olllclatlng. and tho remains woro Interred In tlio Odd Fellows' cemetery. The Knights of tho Golden Englo, f whluh tlio deceased was a mcmbor, attended In n body J. 1'. Williams & Sin woro tlio fuiiornl director, Mlcjiacl Ilrciman, need 23 years, died at tho homo of his mother In Jnrkeons Inst uight after sutl'erlug fornloug tinio from a complication nf diseases. Tho funeral of Mrs. Martin King, of VVm. l'cnn, took plnco this morning. Services were held In St. Mnrv Magdalene church, at Lost Creek. Tlio remains wore brought to town and interred In tho Anuucciatlon cemetory by Undertaker J. .f. 1'raney. Edward L. Hughes, of lMiiladotiihia, while violttng his hrothor-in-lnw, Mart'n Shaefler, at Orwigsburg, was stricken with heart failure and died Saturday. He win 03 years of iigo. Hen.). Davenport, of Wadesvlllc, recolved a telegram from Tyrone. 1'u , informing lilm of tlio death of his grnml-daughtcr, Margaret llerzog Decoased was 11 years old and suf fered from a gathering in tlio head, tho re sult of nn attack of la grip. hdward Gatens, a well known resident of Tainaqua, died at that plnco yesterday, from pneumouia, aged 10 years. Ho was unmar ried and loaves threo brothers and threo sisters. Funeral Thursday morning. PERSONAL MENTION. Miss Annie Swoeney, who was a guest of Miss Katie Cunningham, on South While street, has returned to her homo in Drifton, Ilurd Sh ulVer. of Mahanoy City, wns a visitor to town last ovening. W. J. Morgan, of Ihiladolti1iia. Is in town on busiii08s and to visit relatives and friends. Mr. Morgan is representing tho MicUcrcns- derfer Typownter Company of Philadelphia, nud also the Andorsnn shorthand typewriter. Sir. Morgan is an adent In the operation ol both machines nud gives demonstrations of their excellence Miss Jonnie Roberts, of Mt Carmel, wns n guest at the Downey residenco on Soutli Bowers street yesterday. James Hlirelns Is homo to spend n vacation at tho parental residenco ou West Cherry street. Messrs. John Roeso and It, F. Jones aro home from a, visit to Catawiasa. J I'. Crane, of Pottsvlllo, was a business Visitor to town to-day. lllMuppolnttMl Itiiiglnr. At an early hour this morning bnrglars gained entr.tnco to the wholcsalo grocery houso of D I.. Stull & Co.. at Mahanoy City, and thoroughly ransHcked the drawers of all deks aud tables In theolh'ce. hut only secured about six dollars. Tho firm keeps no money of largo amount In the olllco over night, bank deposits being made before the closing hour. The safe in tbo olllco was closed, but not locked and a tag stating that the safe was unlocked was suspended ou tho outside door. Tlie burglars were nut content and forced open the privato compartments of the safe. In these they found only privato papers and memoranda of uo value except to tho owners. Hoof mown on'. During the storm that prevailed during tho early hours this morning the roof wns blown off a double houso nt Jacksons, occu pied by the families of Pelor Matthews, fire boss at the Knickerbocker colliery, and James Brencau. Tar paper layers that had been placed under the roof remained intact and prevented damago to the household goods by the rain, A Card. We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50-ceut bottlo of Greene's Wan-anted Syrup of Tar If It falls to cure your cough or cold. Wc also guaran tec ( 2o-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or mo-y refunded. A. Wasley, C. U. Hagenbuch, Shenandoah Drng Store, P.W. Blorstein&Co, I'roftpects Aro Ilrlglit. A prominent ollleial stated yesterday that tho prospects for steady work at the mines during the next three months were very bright. The coal trade was never In better shape, there is a plentiful supply of cars and a good steady demand for the smaller sizes of coal. FirstChoice Don't wait until Christmas to buy your gifts in jewelry but come now aud secure .first choice while the stock is large and complete. Low Prices Is our niotlo. Come in and be convinced We mean ex actly what we say. Remem ber the place and save money. We guarantee every article we sell. Ellis Deull, 1S3 South Main Street, Fall and Winter Footwear. Don't buy elsewhere until you see our stock. It isa winner and so are the prices attached to every pair ot shoes, whether for men, ladies, misses, or children. We sell the "best" qualities of footwear cheaper than any other shoe dealer. Mothers should bear in mind that our children's shoes are the most durable. We are closing out another lot very cheap. BOSTON E 27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, I. 8PONT, PROP. FOUR DOORS ABOVE POST OFFICE. Pa. I BEECHABI'S PILLS t IN SENATB AND II0USB. Hn noil's Tlciioliit Inn of Srinpnthr With the Trnnnviiiil Itepnlillo Iter erred. Washington, Dec. 12 An appeal by Mr. Mason (Ills.) for expression ot sympathy for the Transvaal Republic In Its war with Great Urltaln was tho feature of tho sennto proceedings yo torday. Tho rosoltttlon upon which Mr. Mason based his speech was re ferred, at the concuston of the address, to tho foreign rolatlons commltteo, Mr. Lodge (Mass.) considering It too dollcato a question to pass upon with out serious consideration. Tl,n fAntni-n nt iUn ntidnlnp flnV nf thn 1 11' 1 l.ll.ll I V. v.. Ill 'J UJiuill.in " - debate on the currency bill In tho houso was tho speech of Mr. Dolllvor, of Iowa. Mr. Dolllvor declared tuat fhn Inst doubt In the Republican party as to the wisdom of enacting the gold standnrd Into law had been dissolved by tho experience of tho business world during the past three years. He scored Mr. Bryan and generally ridiculed the nlleged false prophesies of the Demo crats In 1890. Mr. Dearmond (Mo.) warned the western Republicans that they could not deceive tholr constit uents In tho coming congressional elections by claiming that they had yielded to tho wisdom of their col leagues In caucus. Mr. uverstreet (Intl.) opened the debate In support of the bill and Mr. Mnddox (Ga.) replied to him. Mr. McClellan (N. Y.) an nounced his opposition to the bill on the ground that It would contract the currency, extinguish tne oanK notes and enhance the value of gold bonds. He appealed to those of his Democratic colloagues from New York who, it Is reported, Intend to vote for tho bill, not to do so. Denth of INiiinl Ciiiuiiiiiiiif.T Wood. Washington, Dec. 12. Commander E. P. Wood, U. S. N., died of typhoid fevor at his residence In this city yes terday morning. He was In command of the gunboat Petrel at tho battle of Manila bay, and earned the highest praise of Admiral Dewey and his brother olllcers. Commander Wood was detached from the Asiatic station Dec. 31, 1898, and coming home was, after a short leave of absence, placed In charge of the Baltimore lighthouse district. Prepared under GBRMAN LAW", is the Ocst there Is for RHEUMATISM, I Gout, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. UK. Kicri I liK -a woria-xenownea "ANCHOR" PAIN EXPELLER. I Hone genuine without TrtJa Mtrk "Anchor." What one physician out ot muy tctifiea NwYork.Nov.l3tt!897. I can cheerfully re. commend Dr. Rlchters"AN CH0R PAIN EXPELLER'for Rheumatism and Neurati 9ia f) ? P tCl - 774 CAST ISSlf ST. 1 25c. and 50c. at all druggists or throujn IF. Ad. Ulcbtar ft Co., 215 Petri St, Ken fork 36 HIGHEST AWARDS. iiecommtndea by prominent fiw- . tteians, iv noiaaie ana tf eiau -a Druggists. Juinutert,eta MISCELLANEOUS. ITtOR RENT. A dwelling house with oil modern conveniences, 'ormerly occupied hv the undcndirneil. located on North Main street opposite the P. & It. trelcht depot. Vot further Information apply to Joslah w. John son, or M II Kchler, Shenandoah, Va. U-21-tf HlOIl SALE, A spring wagon. Apply at the L' iieuald onice. II "TOTICE. Desirable properties for sale. Ap- i piy to a. u. u. iionopeier, uuorney, mien andonli. 8-31-tf OR BENT OU FOn S ' LE.No. 120 North Main street, now occupied by a fancr shoe fttore. Possession Riven April 1st, 1900. Store 1ms nlate glass front, more and iwtlllnjr can be rented with or without wareroom and stable very reasonable hv a desirable tenant. AddIv to C, W. Newhouser, No. 122 North Main St. tf FOR SALE. Cheap to a prompt buyer. A very Uestlrablo three-etory property In a paved square on Main street:' Contains two largo store rooms with plate glass fronts Com fortable dwelling with bath. Yard, wareroom ai.U stable, to each. Whole lot 80x150 feet to allev. Very fine location for any kind of Dusiness. I'reicr to sen me wnoie property but will sell imrt of it if desired, at very reason able prico and terms. For further Information please address "owner," l' u. liox Hiienan doali, 1'a U-G-U Christmas is Comingeigs Why don't you come to the- largest furniture store in town to bny your holiday gifts. Be wide awake and go to the place that gives you the biggest values for your money, the largest and the most appreciative selection. Feas your eyes on a stock that is sure to please you. See our beautiful line of Parlor, Dressing, Extension, Centre. Tables, Solid Leather, Mahogany. Dl. Halachl Green. AVVIVl Bird-Bye Hanle Inlaid with pearl or plain upholstered, silk plush, silk UamasK, corduroy. Do not fail to see our Pictures and Mirrors, Couches, Easels, Curtains, Tapestry Covers, Screens. It is well worth your time to come and see our stock, livery body knows that the prices we ask for any aiticle of furniture is never beyond reason. i,ook at our win dow display. A CARLOAD OF ROCKERS. Walt for them and then buy early and secure r st choice. Don't wait until the last day. DAVISON'S DEPARTHENT STORES, Nns. 1 19-121-123 North Main St. The Best Bargain Houes -In Shenandoah It at- 233 West Centre Street. You would be amazed to tee tha values we . . , offered In . . . Undopwaac, Boots and Shoos, - - Groceries. It ou only Rive ut a trial, that It all we atk Till, mean a tteudy cuttomer at our atore. 'Q0LD DUST." Housework is with even the best soap which needs hard muscular rub bing to make things clean.' Gold Dust does all that soap does and saves time and much rubbing. Ifnd for In butkltt " Otldia Rll.i for Homework." TUB N. K. FA1RDANK COMPANY Chtuio St.LouU KtwYrk Dta Holiday Good old Santa Clatis is getting ready to hold his annual festival and scatter his rewards amongst the boys and girls, and even the young men and maidens as well as the older folks. We have made our store into a veritable Alladin's cavern well stocked with every variety of Dolls, Go-carts, Toys, Games, Animals, Picture Books, Etc. Dolls Hundreds of dressed and un dressed beauties. See our special 23c one. Go-carts. A splendid assortment, all sizes, from 25c up. Toy Instruments. Pianos, all sizes, Trumpets, Drums, Accordeons, Metal aphones, from 5c up. Magic Lanterns, Steam Engines, Mechanical ioys; 01 tlie latter we have an immense assortment. CHAS. S South Main St., Shenandoah. GAUGHAN'S Rich Values now Avail able to our Patrons. 1 'iJit-f "JSiZ.TA Others made from good quality all-wool cloth, lined, value $1. 69, our price $1.25. A better grade cloth, extra heavy, tucked, braided and lined, value $2.25, our price 1.75. Mohair Waists, $2.00 to $2 25, real value$2.5o and $3.00. We have received another case 1-4 white, all-wool, home-made Blankets, value $4.50, our price ior this lot $3.35. P. J. GAUGHAN i nttpnttnn to our larfe stontr of A splendid five piece parlor PARLOR SUITS AND COUCHES. uit upuuuicicu in apiciiuiu material as a holiday bargain. We have a carload for this j Couches you cannot obtain any better prices anywhere in these goods are purchased purposely for our holiday trade. Don't forget us for your Stoves, Heaters, Ranges. Carpets, Floor and Table Oil Cloths D. & J. SBIGEL, 103105 S. Main St. Faultless Labor consistent with -jw Faultless Prices Are responsible lor our always busy business. Try us on plumbing and gas fitting. You wont regret the trial. P. W. Bell, Oor. White & Lloyd Sts. if you are: wise Of all kinds, and from every quarter of the globe. Kid body dolls, doll carriages and go-carts start at 15c. Doll beds, cradles, children's tables and chair?, dishes and kitchen sets, pastry sets magic lanterns, tool chests, guns, swords, printing presses, pianos, iron tovs of all descriptions, games, blocks, and a thousand other things to delight the hearts of the little ones, Christmas Trimmings In Great Variety. F.J. PORTZ, The Largest, Prettiest and Cheapest Toy House In Shenandoah, 'COLD DTJBT. Hard Enough Gifts. Iron Toys. Engines, Hook and Ladders, Patrol Wagons, Drays, Cook Stoves, etc., 10c to $2.00. Animals. Horses, Sheep, Donkeys, Goats, etc., 10c to 3.00. Interesting Games, A big variety, from 10c to $1.00. Fancy Goods. Plush or Celluloid gifts. Suitable for all ages. Fancy China. A stock which cannot be ex celled in this county. GIRVI One lot of Ladies' and Misses' fine Ker sey Jackets, in black, castor and royal blue, lined with romaine silk, worth $10, our price $7.50. Another lot extra quality Kersey, in blaek, tan, cartor & royal, lined through out with best grade tancy taffeta silk, value $12.50, our price $10.00. Children's Long Coats, size 2 to 6 yrs, in fine all-wool cloth, cardinal, blue and green, collar aud cape trimmed with fine braid, value $3.00, our price $2.25. A better quality cloth, extra heavy, in car dinal, electric blue, navy and green, value $4.75. our price $3,75. Ladies' Plaid Winter Waists, made from best quality English Flannelette, real value 65 cents, our price 50 cents. Specially for the holiday trade. We want your money but only want what you bargaiirfor. We never over-charge any body. We want to draw your In All You will do your Christmas shopping here. With the experience of many years of successful Christ mas trading to guide us, we have now on display the finest, best and cheapest assortment of goods ever shown. FOR the older people we have an eceed ingly pretty-line of Fancy Toilet Cases, Shaving Sets, Cuff and Collar lloxes, llevel Plate Mirrors, Opal ware, etc., etc. These goods are positively the prettiest ever placed before a critical pubi c We have no rents to pay and arc determined that none shall undersell us. Our prices stagger our., com petitors. We are always ready to give you polite and courteous treatment wheu you call. Everybody welcome. Remember the place and number. 21 N. Main St.