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THE-WILMINGTON MESSENGER, FEIDAY MAT 15 1908.
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Williamston Enterprise: O A. Whit
ley has returned from Washington,
whore he attended the carnival last
week. Mr. Whitley took part in the
snake show, having with him his green
snake, which the snake eater refused to
New P.ern Journal: A farmer from
Onslow was heard to say that his sec
tion was suffering severely from
brought. That no rain of consequence
had fallen there for some time, and
that the tobacco growers could not set
out their plants on that account.
Alleghany Star: Our information
from Jefferson is that the Ballou suit
was a great battle. The property in
litigatior is considered very valuable.
The trial lasted eight days with night
-fusions . The jury found all the issues
ia favor of defendants. Plaintiffs may
appeal to supreme court.
Raeford Notes in Aberdeen Telegram . ; of Engiandf is attributed their strong
r. ist Saturday evening and night there ; physique, their robust health, and
s-emed to be a good deal of drinking . rubby cheeks. Waynesville Courier,
.unong the negroes in the village and ,
that night about S o'clock the town j Cardinal Gibbons, in a recent news
marshal hearing shooting on the out- j paper article, declares that the growing
skirts of town, and on going to investi- disregard of the Christian religion and
Kate found that a negro man had shot its duties is the most fruitful cause of
a negro woman, who died instantly. . divorce, and that "the reckless facility
The murderer lias not yet been tap' j with which divorce is procured is an
lured I evil scarcely less deplorable than Mor-
. I monism; indeed it is in some respects
Sanford Enterprise: The Enterprise ; more dangerous than the latter, for di-l.-arns
that Mrs. McLauchlm w ite ot , vorce nas the sanction of the law.
Itv. Mr. McLauchlin. died ather home : which ormonism has not." News and
ii; Texas a few days ago. Before her ; 0hPerver
in irriage Mrs. McLauchlin was a Miss J
Furguson and a half ?iater of Mr. The acts of every general assembly
Eugene Mclver, who lives near this ought to be published much sooner than
place She and" Mr. McLauchlin went ; they are published. The people have a
to Texas soon after tlieir marriage last ' right to know at the earliest possible
Statesville Landmark: .Statesville's
new cotton mill has been chartered as ;
the Bloomfield Manufacturing Com- ,
pan v. The capital stock already sub- '
. ribed is $100,00J nr.d it may be in-
Tease ,i to $150,000. There are ."C stock- '
holders and the largest are II. A. ;
Yi.Ulll. Ol -New Mining, Uli.o lUUlill,
.A. II. Saunders- of- Statesville. and ;
Cli 's. Webb & Co., of Philadelphia.
ilaleigh Post: Mr:- Caezar Cone, '
whose husband is the indomitable and
philanthropic as well as progressive
pro: rietor of Proximity Cotton Mills at
Gre, nsboro-as well as other equally
imp. rtant mills and enterprises in oth-
er s .rtions-AMii .suiDiihu .i iu-
gar; en for the benefit of the children of
operatives at Proximity who are under
scho I age and who may be otherwise
left unprotected while their parents are .
engaged in the mil!. i
Smithfield Herald: In digging up an
old stump on the land of Jno. Game,
Esq.. in Boon Hill township one day
this week, Chas. Came unearthed six
Spanish coins bearing the dates of 17S2
and 1712. A thorough search has failed
to show up any more wealth. A.
young white man of AVilson miraculous
ly escaped death on the railroad two
miles south of this place Tuesday
nor n in jt WliiK nr:ir mi n nnrnn ctiin tr
train he was seized with a lit and fell ! a-iwriaus,is. iae scneme is,
near the rail, missing a horrible death j of course to intensify, among the sup-
y only a few inches. In the election 1 Porters of the administration, a dislike
in Dunn for the issue of $8,000 addition- j for lles ?ut is t transparent to
al bonds to complete the waterworks J have the effect intended,
system in that progressive town only j Now that fly time has returned it be
one vote was cast against bonds. ; hooves people to cast about to rid
Kinston Free Press. May Sth: At the themselves, in a degree, of the pest. A
Atlantic and North Carolina depot last well known physician has advised the
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evening while w
waiting for the west-
hound train, a drummer called the at
tention of some parties to the shadow
ing of three suspicious looking charac
ters by two detectives. The suspects
were at the depot and left on the train
but the detectives were not known to
be there. The drummer said that his
attention had been called to the shad
vowing of the men while on the train
"from Greenville, but he did not find out
what the men were being shadowed for. i
It is thought bv some that the parties j
were suspected of being concerned in j alt in every stable and trash heap in
the LaG range bank robbery and were town at least "once a week. Kinston
watched by the dtectives in hopes of j Free Press.
getting evidence. All Parties were The Ij0uisville Post discussing the
stranger? to the people at the depot. ,atest Kentucky tragedy and the sit
Asheville Citizen: His Honor. Judge aation since upon its scene, says: 'The
James E. Boyd, is still strenuously op- J. situation in Breathitt will not yield to
posed to goipg to Wilkesboro to hold j ordinary methods. The disease is deep
court and is still firmly of the opinion j seated. Anarchy reigns, and no man's
that a great mistake was made by j life is safe who dares in Breathitt
congress in creating a term of the county to contribute anything to the
United States court for the "state of j detection of crime or to the punishment
Wilkes" against his hertfelt opposition, j of guilt." This is a horrible state of
TJie judge said so yesterday and said affairs to exist in a civilized county
it in open court, and he furthermore j and in view of it the Governor of Ken
said he simply was not going to ; tucky would be fully warranted in call
Wilkesboro to hold court unless there j ing out the state troops and visiting
was a decent place there for him to . Breathitt county with fire and sword,
stop. His Honor's feelings in the mat- j This condition of things is "intolerable
ter were undisguisedly expressed in '
court yesterday afternoon when the ;
civil issue docket was called, and it is j
the firm belief of those who heard tho ,
judge address the members of the bar ! for even a day in a state of insurrec
that if Wilkesboro expects to have th tion. Charlotte Observer
honor of entertaining His Honor and j
his court next November it had better !
be prepared for disappointment because i
the judge doesn't want to be entertain- !
ed in Wilkesboro ami as there are more n-v Persistent Couch. Hut 1'erma
Ways than one of whipping his Satanic nently Cured !- Chamberlain's
Majesty around a stump the act or
consrrss establishing the court may
not stand in the way. For instance, it
may promote the "public interest" to
have the Wilkes cases tried at Greens
boro and if this should appear to be
the fiso why then the court would
not be held in Wilkes.
A Startling Test.
To save a life. Dr. T. G. Merritt. of
No. Mehoopany. Pa., made a startling
test resulting in a wonderful cure. He
writes, "a patient was attacked with
violent hemorrhages, caused by ulcera
tion of the stomach. I had often found
Electric Bitters excellent for acute
stomach and liver troubles so I pre
scribed them. The patient gained from
the first, and has not had an attack in
14 months." Electric Bitters are posi
tively guaranteed for Dyspepsia. Indi
gestion. Constipation and Kidney Trou
bles. Try them. Only 50c. at R. Ii.
If the St. Louis exxsitioii manage
ment wants to make a really creditable
showing on the opening day the might
send for the Savannah marching club.
V Quick Arrest.
J. A. Gullodge, of Verbena. Ala., was
twice in the hospital from a severe case
of piles causing 24 tumors. After doc
tors and all remedies failed. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve quickly arrested further
inflammation and cured him. It con
quers aches and kills pain. 25c. at It. R
Maybe the Chicago laundry workers
.-:it on a 'strike merely to keep the
ln:en from showing in such strong con
trast to the rest of the town. Atlanta
""l Kir.(l You iiive y,v3vs
George Gould says the present pros
perity will continue twelve months
longer. Just long enough, no doubt, to
convince a certain class of republicans
that their party made the prosperity.
General Baden-Powell recommends
saltwater bathing for the American
cavalry as a means of improving the
physique of the rank and file. The
recommendation is doubtless good but
the highest compliment the general
could have paid the American military
establishment was his coming to this
county to study it. Durham Sun.
Mrs. W. T. Crawford and her two
little boys walked from her mother's,
Mrs. Coman's a distance of five miles
last Sunday morning in time for Sunday-school.
We commend this exam
ple to other ladies. Walking much and
walking far is a good English custom;
i iinrl to this rnstnm nmontr thp lnrlipcs
moment wnat are tne new laws passed
by the legislature. Every citizen is
presumed to know the law and ignor
ance of the law excuses no man. Of
course then the laws should be prompt
ly published after their passage, and
everybody be allowed an opportunity of
knowing what they are. Chatham
' The south wishes no man anywhere
to condone its mistakes. It has made
mistakes, as has the north. It wishes
every just man to consider its work of
the past thirty years in the light of the
obstacles and difficulties, and to look
wilnan unprejudiced eye upon the
work it hag (lone the worfc u ig doi
and the work for the future it has
planned. It welcomes co-operation of all
pood men everywhere in carrying out
the broad educational plans it has
adopted." News and Observer,
Secretary Boot and the administra-
M' arm" pets are .making some
ridiculous efforts to squirm out of the
sweeping charges embraced in Gen.
Miles' special report on the Philippines.
The latest effort to whitewash the
army officers is contained in the an
nouncement that a letter has been
found on a Filipino which stated that
it had been revealed to him that Gen.
Miles' visit was for the purpose of
collecting evidence to aid the cause of
use of salt for the purpose of e:
nating the eggs in those places where
the fly is usually hatched out. Every
stable in town whether livery or what
not. should be salted well once a week.
This practice would prove beneficial in
the end from an economic point of view,
because it would greatly increase the
value of the manure. Flys are the great
disease carriers, as well as professional
tormenters. and :io effort should be
omitted to reduce their number to the
minimum. Use a plentiful supply of
and not to be borne," and there must
be some overwhelming reason why the
governor permits a whole county to
set the law at defiance and to remain
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law.
in Greenville, S. C.. had been troubled
for four or five years with a contin
uous cough which he says, "greatly
alarmed me. causing me to fear that I
was in the first stage of consumption."
Mr. Burbage. having seen Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy advertised, con
cluded to try it. Now read what he
says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable
change and after using two bottle of
the twenty-five cent size, was perma
nently cured." For sale by all drug
gists. Baltimore republicans cannot stand
the gaff of defeat with any better grace
than the others. They are still howling
at the democratic municipal victory.
A Farmer Straightened Out.
'A man living on a farm near here
came in a short time ago completely
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand
ed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and told him to use it freely and
if not satisfied after using it he need
not pay a cent for it." says C. P. Ray
der. of Pattens Mills. N. Y "A few-
days later he walked into the store as
straight as a string and handed me a
dollar saying, 'give me another bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I want i
in the house all the time for it cured
me.' " For sale by all druggists.
Mr. Joseph Pominville, of Stillwater,
Minn., after having spent over $2,000
with the best doctors for stomach trou
ble, without relief, was advised by his
aruggist, .uri iex. mcnara, to try a
box of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a well
man today. If troubled with indiges
tion, bad taste in the mouth, lack of
appetite or constipation, give these
Tablets a trial, and you are certain to
be more than pleased withythe result
For sale at 23 cents per box by all
Congressman Dwight, of New York,
traces republican prosperity to its lair'.
He asks: "Have we ever seen mora
prosperous times than we have had
under Roosevelt? Is there not every
reason why we should want them to
continue? Do the people who oppose
Roosevelt want to get better times, or
do they want worse ones?' Did any
body happen to notice, by the way,
whether the prosperity sacrssd nnv
while the great author of it was lost
for two weeks in the Mississippi swamp
and the Colorado canyons? News and
The Brooklyn Eagle says that "therA
are peculiar reasons why the southern
uemocracy should find out what the
northern democracy want and endorse
it." The chief of those reasons it fin.i
in the determination of northern ma
chine republicanism to reduce south
ern representation in congress and the
electoral college, and otherwise harrv
and injure this section. We should say
that the southern democracv has nl-
ready shown about all the deference tn
the preferences of the northern demx--
racy that can reasonably be expected of
it. For 33 years it has been nuttine un
the votes and allowing the northern de
mocracy to put up the candidates. Tt
has, of course, exercised a voice in the
selection of those candidates, but thev
have always been northern or weste.-n
men. hat more the southern democ
racy caV. with self-resnect. concede i
not quite plain. Virginian-Pilot.
Baltimore must now be reckoned
among cities where ind pendent bodies
of citizens devoted to the public wel
fare hold a balance of power in the
elections. This result is clearly indi
cated in the election held last Wednes
day. McLane, the democratic candi
date, who appears to have been victo
rious by the small margin of a few hun
dred votes, is described as an indepen
dent, public-spirited man, whose nomi
nation was forced upon the Rasin ma
chine by the better element in the
party. Ex-Congressman Wachter, the
republican candidate, was nominated
after a brisk primary contest with a
candidate of the machine of his party.
For this reason, the independent ele
ment was somewhat divided. It is cer
tain, from the closeness of the result,
that if the issue had been squarely pre
sented between an unfit "ring" candi
date on the one side and such a man
aa eitheE McLane or Wachter on the
other, the ring candidate would have
been overwhelmed. The city is, of
course, nominally democratic by a large
majority. New York Post.
The Washington Post thinks that the
people of Indianola, Miss, were justifi
able in refusing to have a negro post
master, but condemns m unqualifi.i
terms the actio a of the people in the
neighborhood of Gallatin, Tenn., for re
fusing to have a negro letter-carrier.
Strangely enough, the Post prints in the
same issue an interview with Congress
man Ga.ines, of Tennessee, in wmcn
that gentleman shows that there is far
greater reason for objecting to a ne
gro letter-carrier in the rural districts
than objecting to a negro postmaster
In a town. Mr. Ga'ines noints out that
the farmer leaves his house early in the
moming, goes out to work, and remains
away from home practically all day.
leaving his unprotected wire a.ni
daughters at the house. He adds that
he lias never known such animosity to
ward the whites as now exists among
the neerroes of Tennessee. "Knowing
the characteristics of the negro and his
recently intensified animosity toward
the whites because of the late discus
sion of the negro question and the ne-
to episodes in high places. uicnmona.
A Sure Thinsr.
It is said that nothing is sure except
death and taxes, but that is not al
together true. Dr. Kinsr's New Discov
ery for Consumption is a sure cure for
all lung and throat troubles. 'Ihous-
nnds can testify to that. Mrs. C. B.
Van Met re. of Shenherdtown. W. A a.,
says "I had a severe case of Bronchitis
and for a year tried everything 1 heard
of. but got no relief. One bottle of Dr.
king's New Discovery then cured me
nc-ointeiv." it's infallible for Croup,
Whooping Cough, Grip, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Try it. It's guaranteed
by R. R. Bellamy, druggist. Trial bot
tles free. Regular sizes, 50c. $1.00.
Clara "What are you reading now?"
Dora "Historical novels." Clara "Do
you like them?' Dora "Yes, indeed.
There is so much I can skip." New
Too CSreitt a Rink.
Tn almost every neighborhood some
one has died from an attack of colic ox
cholera morbus, often before medicine
could be procured or a physician sum
moned. A reliable remed tor tnese
liseases should be kept at hand. The
risic is too srreat for anyone to take.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy has undoubtely saved the
lives of more people and relieved more
pain and suffering than any other medi-
ine in use. It can always be depended
upon. For sale by ail druggists.
The cable brings the news that King
Edward has ieft Paris. Did anybody
expect to see the k'ng take it with
him? Atlanta Journal.
From a Cat Seratch.
on the arm, to the worst sort of burn
sore or boil, DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is a quick cure. In buying
Witch Hazel Salve, be particular to get
DeWitt's this is the salve that heals
without leaving a scar. A specific for
blind, bleeding, itching and protruding
piles. Sold by R. R. Bellamy.
There is a decided feeling of sympa
thy for the Alabama lily white republi
cans, but they wouldn't listen to ad
sice even after Bookers dinner. At
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine in the
civilized world. Your mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything else for Indigestion or bil
liousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom heard of Appendicitis,
Nervous Prostration or Heart failure,
etc. They used August Flower to
clean out the system and stop fer
mentation of undigested food, regulate
the action of the liver, stimulate the
nervous and organic action of the
system, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. You only need a
few doses of Green's August Flower
in liquid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. You can get this reliable
remedy at all drug stores. Price 25c.
and 75 c.
She "The minister is very broad in
his views." He-"Yes, and as long as
he is broad." Yonkers Statesman.
Mrs. Trotter I don't know what is
the matter with theix slippers Her
husband "Perhaps they're large
"And so Prof. Gustavus has at last
discovered the missing link! Where
did he find it?" "Under the bureau
I understand." Baltimore News.
Husband (angrily) "I neversaw a
woman as hard to please as vou are "
Wife (calmly) "My dear, you forget
that I married you." Chicago Daily
In view of recent happenings among
' the best people" of this state we are
in no position to give Kentucky the
horrified countenance. Greenville Re
"I thought Smithers had given up his
horse in favor of automobiles, but I
saw him buying a heavy pair of ani
mals today." "Oh. they are merely to
bring the automobile home, when they
break down." Cincinnati Commercial
Tribune. One of the latest epigrams reads:
"Every wife is the architect of her own
husband." A wife may produce an ex
cellent plan for husband construction,
but if the building material be inferior
a first-class edifice is out of the ques
tion. Greensboro Patriot.
The greatest organ in the world has
just been installed in the cathedral at
Seville. It was built by a Spaniard,
benor Aguilino Amezua. and is of truly
gigantic dimensions. There are four
metal flute stops, each sixteen feet
long, such as no other organ in Europe
possesses, it is also the only organ
which has brass bourdons which gave
thirty-two vibrations a second and pro
duce a deeper tone that the organ in
Murcia, which has hitherto been the
deepest toned organ in the world.
There are altogether 200 independent
stops, and five bellows worked by
electricity. The cost was $32,000.
A practical joker of New York city
tells this upon himself and declares it
cured him of his bad hnbtt-
arrival at San Francisco, as a joke I
sent to a friend of mine, well known
for his aversion in spending money a '
telegram, with charges to collect, read
ing. I am perfectly healthy.' "Trie in
formation evidently was gratifying to
him, for about a week after sending
the telegram an express package was
delivered at my room, on which I paid
$4.30 charges. Upon opening the pack
age I found a regulation New York
street paving block, on which was
pasted a card which read, 'This is the
weight your telegram lifted from my
heart.' "Philadelphia Ledger.
"In the twenty-one years ending
January l. 1903, there were 3,233 lynch
mgs in this country. Of these victims
of mob law l,S72 were blacks and l.?r.o
were whites, the color of the remain
ing 1 03 not being stated. The average
yearly lynchings of blacks was, then,
SDli. and of whites 59. Sixty-one wo
men were lynched, SS of them being
colored and 21 white. Not more than
r.5 per cent, of the blacks were lynched
for rape, and about 16 per cent, of the
whites were lynched for the same
crime. Only about one-half, or 1.6S4,
of these lynchings occurred in the'
south, most of the remainder happen
ings in the far western states. It is
also shown that there has been a
steady decrease in lynchings in the
south during the past ten years, owing
to the formation of anti-lynching so
cieties and the spread of educational
agencies. Pittsburg Post.
The Wastes of the Boly.
Every seven days the blood, muscles
and bones of a man of average size
lose two pounds of worn out tissue.
This w-aste cannot be replenished and
the health and strength kept up with
out perfect digestion. When the stom
ach and digestive organs fail to per
form their functions, the strength lets
down, health gives way, and disease
sets up, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables
the stomach and digestive organs to di
gest and assimilate all of the whole
some food that may be eaten into the
kind of blood that rebuilds the tissues
and protects the health and strength
of the mind and body. Kodoi cures
Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all stomach
trubles. It is an ideal spring toni.--Sold
by R. R. Bellamy.
Flinch promised at first to be a less
r.oisy same than euchre, but then no
body dreamed it m-ght become popu
lar with girls. Atlanta Journal.
Made Yonng Again.
"One of Dr. King's New Life Pills
each night for two weeks has put me in
my 'teens again" writes D. H. Turner,
of Dempseytown, Pa. They're the best
in he world for Liver, Stomach and
i,. ,,.3. Purely vegetable. Never gripe.
Only 23c. at R. R. Bellamy's drug store.
A Buffalo woman was killed by a
chicken bone lodging in her throat. This
teaches us new ieverer.ee for she
oyster. AtLtnta Journal.
Recent experiments. ! practical sests
and ::arr.ination with the aid of the
X-Ray., establish it as- a fact that Ca
tarrh of the Stomach is not a disease
of itKeiY. but that it results from re
peated attacks of indigestion. "How
can I Cure My Indigestion r Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure is curing thousands.
It will cure you of indigestion and
dyspepsia, and prevent or cure Catarrh
of the Stomach. Kodol digests what
you . eat makes the stomach sweet
Sold by R. R. Bellamy.
With more than 1,000 new people of
charitable inclinations with her today.
Atlanta is in no immediate danger of
being sent to the poor house. Atlanta
Docs It Pay to Bay Cheap?
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, but you want something
that will relieve and cure the mere
severe and dangerous results of throat
and lur.g troubles. What shall ycu
do? Go to a warmer and more regular
climate? Yes, V possible; if not pos
sible for you, then in either case take
the ONLY remedy that has been in
troduced in all civilized countries with
success in severe throat and lun
troubles. "Boschee's German Syrup."
It not only heals and stimulates the
tissues to destroy the germ disease,
but allays inflammation, causes easy
expectoration, gives a grood night's
rest, and cures the patient. Try ON -bottle.
Recommended many years by
all druggists in the world. You can
get this reliable remedy at all drug
stores. Pric 25c and 75c
Agetable Prcparaticnfcr As
ling the S ioinaciis andBowels of j
OT "NAH.C OTIC.
Aperfect Remedy forConslipa
Tion Sour Stomach, DianJbioca
Worms .Convulsions .Feverisrv-
ness and Loss of Sleep.
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Potato, Sauash and Cucumber Bugs, Currant
and Tomato Worms, and all bugs and worms
that chew the leaves of plants.
Is a tenacious powder, very fine, like
impossible to -svash off.
Can be applied dry with perfection Shaker or a coarse cloth, or , what is better
mixed with water at the rate of 1 pound to 5 gallons water, and sprayed with
any of the hand sprayers.
The phenomenal sale BUG DEATH has had during the comparatively
short time it has been on the America n and Canadian markets, and. tha
hearty endorsement given by truckers and merchants throughout both coun
tries mtiit convince the most skeptica 1 that it has all the merits claimed,
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iT WILMINGTON'S BIG RACKET STORE
Cla-icis to carry the best stwk in the
city and sell more trunks than all the
othir merchants combined'.
If you think uo buy a trank, we can
please you. We have every style.
Ladies want a nice traveling trunk we
can fix them up from $3.50 to $13.00.
Our roller trays, of which we have
three different styles, range in price
$7.50, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00. A
splendid canvass trunk with leather
strap, iron bound, and brass trimming.?,
iron bottom and covered tray, size 2S,
is $2.00 and up to size 36 at 54.75. Zinc
covered trunks, 26 inch, for SSc and up
to $3.50 Packing trunks are from 23c
to 51.75 each.
Suit cases range in price from $1.25
to ?6.00 each.
Leather satchels with brass trim
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The Kind You Have
THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CfTY.
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FEEDS THE! PLANT.
INCREASES THE YIELD.
PRODUCES BETTER QUALITY.
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mings and linen lining 10 inch S5c, 12
inch $1.00 and up to $7.00 each-
"U'e have as many as 200 trunks on
hand all fresh new goods and best
patterns. "We want to sell you your
trunks and the goods to fill it with.
Dress goods and lawns. Shirts and
waists. Ladies and Children's hats.
Men's and Boys' clothing and hats.
Domestic goods of all kinds. Shades
and lace curtains, carpets and mattings..
In fact we carry almost everything in
the dry goods line. Our trade is very
We ask you to give us a trial. We
guarantee satisfaction or will refund
We punch cards with all cash pur
chases, and give away presents every