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GEO D. WHEATLEY.
I x 77? ore 7/ews fibout 7?ew Soods, jt THERE is no advertising theme more attractive *to the average woman than new goods. As the fall outfitting time is close at hand sou’ll to know what this store cand do towards supplying you with the proper merchandise at the proper prices. We’ve done what we believed to be the banner buy ing of our history—gone carefully through the best markets, picked w ith prudence just those lines that we feel sure will meet with your approval. You are invited to inspect these new goods and pass judge ment upon them. Jar Sehaal ( pretty w-atm for tlrt Idresiet. w.zr.l g.r. < z*w g'/wx Mort «ttr*etlv»iy priced. M-lakk • l '.rv X* rtta&te every 1-re p-.r» ■ 40c. per yd Vewrzaz Oxi* •-•srZzZ.zr ike prpaiw tkiOe-r. ■z.rs .r_ r nonet. .... M-lack Tarzax PlaSA* :s or.xixovPx'* f«r «art Kkrx - a•- /2 / 2c aS-wor*. ilJed server W xev az.- pretty >***-» r.y J 2 J-2c per yd Stackings Jar * f, -..’a-. * w7r*» GAc O/oys and Sirts. rjt ry.k i?‘ rriteri for v.ft. areas. It 'trjzz'z' here they'.. be &o-.gxt right. Yen. right .z parztz.as W.y t y ixt 3. i-'.x CotUsc ?: see . -,r. zzee i 2 /-2c per pair Herr* Seaxlei* Fiat H_az,x :Cr.y.e H'xr 20c per pr MbZt'Z. E.'>se ezeet 1 Owyx Mata at J5 , X_o*e- Or. yr ffcar.t H. zinA Erne z-r-.x. . ■ 2P. />r Print. ’T'" 7 ’• he aty.ea for toe new and Ovrcatei. ananan. Very rea •ouao.e th price* Jtust vz Item or two m Lie 'jh. Er.ztk 'niztifz. Tze Laurtt Novelties Axu z Prist?. 13- 7c yd V.lsu.z Yr*-zr.z PtrciJr cxflfceet »<e4tt r.z. -.~ /Uc yd Tze atlzzujc ire's .zee* Peet Percale* iX.i I2?c yd o ' / . • i« called to the fact that w« havii lxa.-xd as tjpCCfdl Jlttcnuon fj ; Z fjVX yz-'.z C-ozza Bcxp.'.vg, where we have displayed our magnificent line of Carpet*. Mattings, Art Square*,'.Smyrna Buga, Door Mats, Trunks, Vaheee, etc., ail of wtreh we »how to excellent and offer at extremely low prieee. 6eo. D.WHEATLEY. Corner Lamar Street and Cotion Avenue, 77}en’s Collars 25c. *Dozen. YOU would think this a misprint would’nt you? Intended for 25c each? No, the the statement is absolutely correct —25c a dozen. But in this lot are some of our famous 12jc collars, and they are said to be the best in the country for the price. We are closing out some lots —small quantities—and slightly soiled ones. That's what brings this surprising offer. All good styles, all sizes, about forty dczen in all. Monday and Tuesday at 25c. per Dozen. dCoiv Priced 500 Yards new fall styles, 36-inch Per cales; never known to sell for less than 10c. • Here Monday and Tuesday at 7 7-2peryd. 3000 Yards dark colored Outings; all this season’s goods; easily worth 6c. Here Monday and Tuesday at.... 4 3-4 c per yd. 2000 Yards staple checked Ginghams good grade and fast colors, Monday and Tuesday at 4 7-2 yd. 1000 Yards heavy fleeced Canton Flan nels. If they were made of 10c cotton they could not be sold for less than 10c yard. Monday and Tuesday at sc. yd. OpCoale io-4 Sheeting; smooth soft worth about 20c yd. Monday and Tuesday only, at . ./2 7-2 c yd. Corsets 25c. Cach. A big odd lot of Corsets for you to choose from at 25c; made of strong jeans; medium length; value up to 75c. We carry most all the best standard makes of Cor sets in cur regular line. 200 Remanents heavy fleeced Flannel ette. These are 36-inches wide and are worth 12j4c off the full bolt. Price for these short lengths Monday and Tursday at 5 3-4 c yd. Plenty pieces large enough for full dress. f<JI W < fil t 1 xl»ir» .- i A •-<»■» e .6- Z .... GEO. D.WHEATLEY. jQadiei' and 77?tnet Ynitc * _ he Undennear. treee th ex yoe .. ffad fuie? sxade anc fare’ firmed xLxe. jos expec e: : '/-..Zm • F.«se Cn4ftr-f ■ ; re- izz.~. .z * ut or •eja.rate ii jzz : peaae ....... 25C <3tnae&4. | B*-.?-* «r k---■»** '-raw Kai* Meats# CsAer 'Civtr' ".z » or a^gu'aae? .•. ’-zZ-‘ . TntxctA , »\ Z ’/r.’j Me 1 lad -C..ZX ez ~t. .ATZZ r.zei . ~ .‘.Z ’x «epa-'c'.» at 3-V» *J»ra»e«t —•i-'i-.-M- ~..z ~ z. s '. Ux-ierwear . wx.-jt gray or ".a:-ra: e-ejeda 7 reos® ■axz zest *rx »t*'- ax', wear, la exUor ate . OO*. 7?<rw Separate i » _ / «ea*o® in w atz t O/tirtt. wear w... t'Atitie to a promia«t p aee. Y>s'.l £ad»’->> a&d economy combined in thiae L®to. Ladiea 'x 'EtZ'ZtA Zs,ter*iZrzi. i>^ TT . or M>MC Uader» c.rM. x . 1 S/ e k zevk.'. - zr.ez-j tA&MA x.-p or dreae Srirtit: . o?'e T*ry iateat srrfe* aaC Mp-o Teri "a- ■ tAr.a . _et rrpzzjeA tzzcz ... iH-SJt u> a* 00 or Muara MrroertJteri Saslxe UrZer ' ■•.... rt- .z tfeetzy t- alftf ■.* zezr, 'jafar. M r .z. x 75 Sty (it A A . few . _. e . »ty.ee in aazp.e (jattored <juit4. to »Low joa. Ttp toothy coatnaeee tteee. axd very re*e/>cao;y priced. CoatSeiu of Bagftas Horxe-pr.r .x lo'.ljt »'..aAer* of navr ra»*or ar t ?ray Oea-tlf- y a.-. , extrex&etv ax.y rze deetrefi, at. SO. 00 »uit. .'.at:*-? O-.ai of Fteert Veneti in r .rr.z \z vr.iy.ztz tsaxc* e’-eaant-v taliorei, . .>tvpeted to %elt at S 3. 50 per suit. r 7-. r er.ttre Zr.e <■/'-a'i:e- ar. Zv. c- , et*. tz'.'.z Cmaa etc ■ . -xt '.pet.eZ aid p.a->efl on ‘.a.e z.zrzZzz. cj.r entire Mn» -j‘ CaiMre' and ’.t- fant’CVzac» and Jt'Meta ever seen :n tn'js arret, j.>.t '/pexed. and for sale Z'jzzt r rz W zxzaj saorninx 200 dozen pure white Pearl Buttons, all sizes; no extra charge for large sizes. Monday and Tuesday your choice for 4c. *2)ozen. 100 Pairs heavy fleeced white and gray Cotton Blankets, blue and red borders; never sold for less than sl. Here Monday and Tuesday at 59c. per pair. 50 Dozen Ladies’ fleeced winter Under vest; tape neck and good weight. Just for a flyer we offer them Monday and Tuesday at 72 J-2c. each. Frederick Silk, ? he ac ” e of . im ’ itation for waists and linings. This is cotton transformed into a perfect likeness of silk by a new and wonderful process, that both strengthens the fibre and beautifies the fabric so that its appearance justifies the exclamation that it is silk; per yard 25c. Window shade v. 500 Window Shades, made of the best quality linen Opaque, made in the new style with lace insertion, heavy fringe, white and all the staple shades,.. 50c each. 77/oquettc and Smyrna t/iuys. 100 Hundred Smyrna Rugs, twenty five different designs, size 30x72, regular selling price $2 50, price Monday and Tues day 57.79. TERRIBLE TUMBLE WHILE SLEEPING. - Yra*g D- Wi.e*t>y Get* a Fetrf-z. Fall EBCAPZD WITHOUT 05Z SCZATH V-eWkrVvliEjSzr. *.-? Fell free Ax Opes Wixc-.-w at Hesglt ®f Twexty-Five Feet —He Eaeaped W itheat a Scntex. Tosx.z “G D.’ Wheatley, tx.* bright tec y«*r t'.i soz. of Mr. Ge&ege D. ■ Wbeatiev, weefwed * fearfx fsilfresa a aee&xd rzr wtnlcw yesterday tzzrz- _ zzz. tad txat he ft-vxld *et*pe ix.utt, ■ erec withcut a *<Tat'±. g® Xis body, *jr The fa-1 wa» .-fu breaty ffre feet a&d upex tari day zrsnx-J. ■txcruy Wcze daylight Mr.WxeaXy, wXc oeexpies a firat f-.or r-cosa, neard his sox ary lx g axd L=tmei:*efeiy art<« to ixreetignte the cease. Goixg to the mean akoye x» sxissed bis atx. aed see ing the cpexw:xdc-w he icx-ediate- Ily divined the eaus*. E-ashiag .down itairs he met tie lad,nztnrt but zatar a. 7 very tzt’zz trig'zvtzbd. Touag George ii uot to wa king ix his sleep and the fearfai ezperieece wm hie first and—he zopee —the last. This tumble was a sheer fall of tvexty-fire feet. Bton of a SiaTe- To b inzyi hand and foot for yean, by tae chain* cf disease i* the worst fora of sJkvery. UeorgeDi. Wiliams,| of Mas.-'.heater. Midb., tel.s how such a slave wa* ntaze free. He says: *'.Mt wife has been so te.p’.ees for ire years i that »be cm.d not tnm over in bed 1 aio&e After zsizg two bott.es of Eiec trie Bitters, she u wooderfuJy im; rov ed ant i>:e to to zer :-v. - <-.ri Tn » supreme remedy for female diseaaw qsick’y cures nervouanM*, elteplew ze*t. Enelarx.ho y, headache, backache. faiE*irg aad dizxy *pe’l*. This rE.ra c»e-working -e is a goisec-d to weaz, eickiy. run down yeopjfc. Every bottle guarazteec. Only 56 teats. Bold by E. J . Edridge. d-ugg«h Tim %.&.*. axd Fiih Fixe Georgia Mutton, lOeta. pound. Also fre*h fish and oyaters today it Sfierioek A Co s. FALL SEiSIOS OPES 3 TUESDAY. Ameriou Colored Institute Will Ee- sutne Then. The Asericu? Institute, colored, under the m4r.azez.ezt of Prof. M. W. Eeddiek, will open for the fall term Tuesday next at S o’clock. Tai* is the fourth seas ton of tne Inatiinte and gives promise <if being a successful one. Preparation! Lave been made for the accommodation and comfort of all pupils attending. If your food doe* not digest well, a few doses of Pe;<klz*i A.=-h Btrnes will set matters right It sweetens the breath, strengthen! the stomach and | digestion, creates appetite and cheer • fulness. Dr. E. -J. Eldridge. i The Old Reliable Jewelry Store, f S f . AB tx* ..lies: deejgxs is & 5 FINE SILVERWARE. f t JEWELRY I “5 axd goods fexnd ix a fim-elaß# rtcre/eax be fcun.Tst ■s G. T. SULLIVAN, f™" 7 “» t ■* 'O’zzt.i ’zsyeetne t Z x~AtLZ 2- 2. ; Sen «s LadteV £ xtrizz* Wdzr*icr H.sced ;■ LOCAL AMATEUBS AT THEATRE ] Ccsaatt ii Given For The FerSgrmaa&e There. Tne perforxaas.se for aid of toe Texas Fufierers azo Ameriez* bazi : will probably taxe plate st the opera i z.on»e initesd of ety ha... as the keai 1 amatexn istesded. Owozg to a eon* 1 tra -. wth A. C- Z.e.t*. tz; zt'ki-2 ' that hie should be the first minstrel i eompaxy for the »ea»z here, the opera « xoxie mazages-zt wa* forced to de- < el.ze to a..ow the amateurs a previone f date, their program ineiudixg some 1 moxiuel featares. Yesterday they i wired Fie. it clever agent, Dan Quiz- 1 Laz, stating the dsesmstaneM, and he ] eheerfolly gave Lis cozaeut f>r their < snow at the theatre abend of Field* I Minstrels, izaemzez as it wm a besefit performance for a worthyjpxrposs. ] BOSD ISTE3.EST FOB OCTO BEE. Am erm ni WEI Pay Goodly Sam on That Dau. 1 On Monday next, October Ist-, the ( city w:.. have to tap iu till to the imouzt of S2,X»>, this beLn< the amount i of interest due upon wzat remains of , the issue of water and sewerage ’ bonds. Four of the>*e bonds of the ‘ value of BXZ each will likewise be paid and retired in December. Besides the . amount due on bonis it will require another thousand dollar! to settle the monthly payroll, but Treasurer Davi* save he will be fixed finaneiallv for both calls. Bright's Disease Bright’s Disease it no respecior of penosa: it attacks men and women, the j strong and robost, the rich and poor, the . • active tx'dy and b:ais workers, the fail-! era of faujlie*, the bread winzera in every sphere of life, seemizg to chooee i for ita vittima thoee only who can least | be spared. Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure is the on’y guaranteed remedy for Brgbt’e Disease. Your money back if it fills to cure. Price 50 cent*. For sale by Dodson’s Pharmacy. KEGRO S BODY FOUND IN CREEK Murdered and Body Robbed of Hii Money. Dawson, Ga.. Sept. 26.—John Mitch ell, a negro, ha* just been found dead at Kincbafoonee creek on the line be tween Lee and Terrell countiea. I Mi ten ell sold cotton in Smithville, and had started home with <IOO in his pocket. When found his money was gone. It is thought that negroes liv ing on the place with him killed and robbed him. i I*e Stx/n*az tj of Man i- - \ p t 'o a GO®- j ■a wi z :h common but pabaiul aS ehftifrTx martjur, nod «lp--zt-ry. 1 by n*ujleet. may Ixt rrmlf.* cLr >i»it nd dan .'errmM. TLe licet, hand** st. fcKrsel. tn I quick*st remetly is I'ain-Ku.i kh. a rc'-dieine whi'.-h L*s i.een tried f v trrx- than t it ilf of a century and nev-r failed to give r<-.:cf. Avobl sub-r th*‘~. there i< Jut one Pain-Killer. Perry Dtvis’. Price2se.aadsoc. Announcement- To accommodate those who are par tial to the use of atomizers in applying liquids into the nasal passages for catarrhal troubles, the proprieters pre pare Cream Balm in liquid form, which will be known as Ely’s Liquid Cream Balm. Price including the spray ing tubes is 75 cts. Druggists or by mail. The liquid form embodies the medicinal properties of the sold pre paration. Cream Balm is quickly ab sorbed by the membrane and doee not dry up the secretions but changes them to a natural and healthy character. Ely Brothers, 56 Warren 81, N. Y. For Sale. House and lot, No. 116 Prince Bt. Close in. Will sell cheap. &201wkdly Joe Bbowx. McMATH BROi, Are Giying Away Rogers’ Fine Silverware. Worth from S 3 to |6 00 a set- every customer buying |5 or 310 for cash. “Baby Gt*Ven We will have made to order a nice pair of shoes for every baby born in 1900 that will give us their * flame and * | have just received a fine * « • carload of * Bananas. * W * They are the finest bananas seen * * in Americas in several years, and * * lam going to disi*ose of them a «* rapidly. You had better come * * and see them, as they won’t last * long. w * * *JO and Jsc. 7)ozcn. • S JOE VESBIK, ! u. * A I also expect a carload of * ..Fresh Fish.. * J » * thia week, which I will sell at the * * following prices: * * Barrel Jots, at J3c per string £ * Less than barrel lots at 15c string. A * Retail at 20c per string. i JOE YESBIK, j INSTITUTE TO CLOSE TONIGHT. Lore Fewt Will Mirk Es 4 c: Tie Seuxz The seeMtd aaoraal aemaa of the fxmth Gec-gx* E.'s.e Ixafctoie wiL etora toxigit with * ?,v* !>*>’. v. F..***» M; ek.:• \-, * s. zz. ztrt Uxixg part. Txe>xeT*.uie* vmteHtaij were well attended »xd z.z.uz .xiertai m*xif*eted ix the ;t •>%«<:. xg». Her. J. W. IXmix.g>&B preeehed *t the 11 o’etoek service, while Dr. G&srge G. Smith Geeaxied txe pulpit st sight. Neitxer Bishop C*xd. er cr Dr. Dcw m*x eeixe to attexd the itrtMw, though hxvixz a part in programme. Mary of the yisitixg delegates have already gone to thetr homes after a pleaaant stay here. MEETING OF POPULISTS TODAY- Candidate Traylor Billed to Speak This Morning. Hen. John H. TrayJor, of Troupe county, Populist ear dilate for Gov ernor. arrived in Amerien* jester lav and stopped at Ixe Windsor. It _x» been announced that Mr. Traylor would steak at the courthouse this morning at 10 o’clock, and be will' probably do so, though there v»- no one of the party here yesterday ano knew anything of the arrangements to that end. Mr. Trayler is a good speax er, and the general public is invited to hear him. ■ ■— " '— ll - TH£ The p-'.esaant effect and perfect aafe*y with which ladies .may use Syrup of Figs, undf all condition*. in&ke>s it their favorite remedy. Co get toe true and genuine article, look for the name of the California F;g Syrup Co., printed near the bottom of the package. Fir sale by all draggiau. CLOSING WAS MUCH STRONGER Better Feeing in Cotton Circles at The Finish. Daepite the fluctuations in the con tract market yeeterday, cotton held its place at the dime notch and numer ous sales of spots were made at that figure and a shade lower. There was the usual fluctuation of twenty pointe in contracts. January, which opened “easy” at 9.52, dropped down to 9.45, then took a spurt towards the top and closed steady at 9.53, eleven points higher than the opening. Local deal ers figure up’jn better reports today. Has Cured Thousands, Will Cure You If you are troubled with Kidney or Biadder trouble*, such as Dropsy, Bright’s Disease, Catarrah, Gravel of the Bladder, Albumen in Urine and un healthy deposit, or too frequent dis charge of the urine, pain in the back and bladder, dropsical swelling of the feet and lege, etc., etc., we guarantee that by using Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure, a complete cure will be effected. Price 50 cents. Fur sale by Dodsod’s Phar macy. 1 Germany has begun the direct im portation of South African wool, ow ing to the Boer war. Do Your Feet Ache and Burn ’ Shake into your shoes Allen’s Foot- Ease, a powder for the feet _ It cools the feet and makes tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns, Bunions. Swollen, Smarting, Hot, Callous, Sore and Sweating Feet. Allen's Foot-Ease relieves all pain and gives rest and comfort We have over 30,000 testi- j monials. It cures while you walk. Try it today. Sold by all druggists and shoestores. By mail for 25c, in stamps. Trial package FREE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Boy, N. Y. A SUIT FROM OUR SHOP Can be “spotted’’ every time. It has a tony, dressy effect that other Tailors can not equal, and that is not even imitated by the makers of ready made goods. Finninger Co., ... Tailors 405 Jackson Street. — —_____ ... : ■' where it wffl not show if you use our patent sterling vef ai< * Spoons and Forks. Solid J V X/fc set in the back of the bowls and handles, and are V' guaranteed twenty-five years. Ask for %? 7 fE XSTERLING INLAIDIhJ \. Fold by ' ■ Fricker & Bro, ( JEWELERS AMERICUS. I - - CONDUCTOR EJECTS AMERICU£CITIZEN. Restored Fran a Train at Marahall- YwUriiv. failure to validate ticket W K. Bell. Returning Frosa CarairaLl is Fut Off Train With Foret Beeause Rerum Ticket Was Not Btassped By the Maeoi Agent- Failure to have his return tries val idated by the ticket agent at Macon '■ resulted in the ejectment of the holder, » Mr. W. K. Bell, of Americus, from a Central Railroad train yesterday morning, he having declined to pay fare to the conductor while holding a ticket fee return r as-Age. The a—air was genera..? discussed stntnz Mr. Bella friend* yesterday. Mr Bell returned from Msec® yes terday morning, sad his story of the afiair if eorroborafed in full by Mr IL F. Nehrirg, who was aboard the ear and w;mesnei the e;e»etment. Tuesday mrrn:ng Mr. Be.l bc-ugnt i rpand trip tm-ket to Mac: n, the ecn doetcr of the train, he says, w:mee #mg the pureheae here. One of the additions plain It stimulated apex the tt-exe? wm that the return eovpon, bearing Mr. Beil’s signature, should be validated by the tieke*. agent st Maxm Boardmg a retumng train at 31 o’clock yeeterday morning Mr. Bell J did not hare the ticket ts.-.iatei, not : having read the conditions printe»d thereon. The conductor •=■** the same cue, Mr. BeL says, who saw him buy the ticket at Amerlms on the trip to Ma con, bstfbeeause the ticket was net stamped bv me Macon agent he refused to receive it for passage. However, Mr- Bell vt- allowed to ride to Fort Valley, where he ehanged »rs for Americus without giving up his return coupon or paying additional fare. After leaving Fort Valley the second conductor also declined] to re ceive the pre ff=red ticket, as Lad the first one. He was told that unless he paid fare he weull be put off the train. Standing upon what he thought was hi® rights Mr. Bell refused, whereupon the conductor, a negro" porter and an other trainman lifted him from his seat and eeoorted him from the car as the train stopped at Marshallville, Mr. Nenring and others witnessing tne ejeetment. At this juncture friends induced Mr. Bell to board the train and come home, ' oie of them paying the fare required aid taking a receipt. This is the account given by Mr. 1 Bell and Mr. Nehring. The conduct or's side of the story is not known, but he, no doubt, was complying with the rules and regulations of the railroad company in refusing to accept a ticket not stamped as required. Mr. Bell has placed the case in the hands of his attorney, Col. J. H. Lumpkin. Bismarck's Iron Nerve- Was the resnl of hi» splendid heal:b Indomitable will and tremendous y are not found where Stomach, Liver, 1 Kidneys and Bowels are out of order, It you wan*, these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr- King's New Life Pdis. They develop every power of brain and body. Only 25s at E J. El dridge’s drug store. Americus AMEBicrs, Ga., Sept.. 2»l, HO). Rec’d today at warehouses, bales, Rec’d previously at “ 12,549 “ Total warehouse receipts 13,012 America, Market Qnotatiotus. Good Middling, Middling Poisonous toadstools resembling mush rooms base caused frequent deaths this year. Be sure to use only the genuine. Observe the same care when you ask for DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve There are poisonous coun 7 erfeitß DeWitt's is the only origtwai Witch Hazel Salve It is safe and certain cure for- piles and all skin diseases. W. A. Rembert For Sale. Dooly, Sumter and Webster county, Ga., Seed Rye at Geo. Oliver’s for ; >1.50 per bushel. Splendid home on Elm avenue for sale at half price, by M. Callaway. A wise man never covets a thing he can live without. Something New! A necessity is soap, and to use nice perfumed soap is luxury. If you want some of the finest goods for the cheapest prices just call at Rembert’s Drug Store, Ijhavethe advertised kinds and quite a variety that are not ad vertised, but are certainly de li ghtfui;tojuse,>t any price.to please. W.A. REMBERT,! Next to'Postoffice. Showing ~7/his e lUee/c t . Ladies' Tailor-made Suits in great variety Ladies' Ready-made Si k and Flaunt Waists., Plaid Back Wool Skirtings suitable fo r the popular "rainy day ** and walking skirts Broad noths and Venetian Cloths, all grades, all colors all prices. The Popular Pebble Cheviots and Camels Hair dress goods. Magnificent line of Pliin and French Flannels in all styles. New Kid Globes Handkerchiefs, Rib. bons. Corsets. Laces. Hoisery. New Neckwear novelties for ladies-as well as men New Carpets. Mattings and Window Shades. Tremendous line of Shoes, al. kinds and qualities. Men’s Shirts Underwear, Suspendersand Hoisery. Men’s’Youth’s and Boy’s Clothing in the largest variety of styles and at popular prices. Our entire stock in short is greater in variety and volume chan vre have ever before carried. *- e want your business, and will offer you every inducement in the way of a larger stock to select from, lower prices than vou can get elsewhere, and honest treat ment throughout our business. We cordially invite and urge that you call and allow us the privilege of showing you what we can and will do for you. H -- - - - - ■ ■■■■ I ■ ■■■■lll V m n< School Books, My stock of School Books and School supplies is complete. New and second-hard books running through all the grades. School Bags. Straps. Slates. Pencil Boxes, and Lunch Baskets. Don't wait until the las moment, but come early and avoid tnerusu. M. S. ftOLLIDftY Elmore 6 Guerry, 305 Lamar Street, next Euchanan Bros. , lie Cotton has made us a rushing business. Cotton goods are al boom. but we have them at the same prices as when cotton was '■ give you a few prices, which will convince you of the above statemeD 4 quarter Barker Mills Bleaching Best yd wide Sea Island Standard Prints Boys' Suits from 65c to $5 00. Ladies’ Capes from 50c to $5 00. We also carry the famous W B. Corsets. Anything you want in —— Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Not' ons We wi l save you mon>y. Our stock is a 1 new and clear. Oar I Is small. Tuerefore we cw sell goods cheaper than any of our u Yours to Serve, ELMORE & fro yws DR. MOFFETT'S A *H»JS ormHSsce«t» WC. J. MOFFtI • » •» Gentleman’s Hat that you will pay $2.50 for anywhere else get it. SCHHIPERT SBOEd