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Down the Curtain in 3 Days S3 Thursday I Friday Saturday ecedented Value Givin 's all Over Sat urdav Nisrht. The cui falls al midnight Saturday and th Big Flic l! . remaining; days will be mem ii ift> people who read and respond ;T announcements. Show is o\ or a ble da -: ?,; to our new soap CROCKEF ISC c< ? isc Cov< j\ Continuous Bargain Performance c o n t i n u eis until. satu r d av night The Spot Light is on This Store \nd s it shines you have an opportunity to bus merchandise REGARD LES5 - ST D n't wait to see what you want advertised. Come for it. 1 \a t ma\ cause you to miss the very thing you want. i. a Mrs I leeorated Lamps i >ec< iratcd Lamps Shoes! Women's Shoes PITCHERS 3?g Glass Pitchers for Saturday oitlv ISC BOWLS A.ND PITCHERS Large White Bowl and Pitcher, 84c values fcoc : . . - i i -; ? ? : ? < hie lot Special M n\s Hal Men's and Boy's Pants Heavy Corduroy Pants, Carnival Special Srio Lot 61* Men's Pants Worth front si.yi . 2.00. Special for this MEN'S AND BOY'S SHIRTS j sale*, , $l'U) I .500 and 75c Bb\ s Pants 39c J5C and 35c " " ioc -: Sh es Sh - ,75 Sh Des _ " Sh es I.9S 1.79 x-59 1.19 Men's Shoes All Men'.-. 50c and 75c Shirts Big lot of Men's und J> >.' i 1 >i $4.00 Shoes 3.50 Shoes 3.00 Shoes 2.50 .Shoes 2.00 Shoes 1.50 Shoes 2/9 2.39 I 98 1.79 1.23 Women's Coats and Skirts Shirts svoi th Carnival Sale. aiui 50c The story is short, only a few left, and to clean them up quick j we make the following prices. Silks i ?2.25 Coats .$1-39 Blue Brown :tnd Black Taffeta j 3.00 Coats 2.29 Sr.25 yd. Carnival Sale price (,17c ) 6.oo Coals 3.79 Lot of White China Sill sell ! |.oo Skirls 2.9S " <(> Skirts 3.98 Dress Goods To the Woman who wants to make each dollar go as far as possible these pri ces will be Especially Attractive. 54 inch Broadcloth, brown, green and black, regular 75c, Carnival Sale Regular 50c Worsteds Carni val Sale All 50c Flannels, Carnival Sale All 50c Suitings, Carnival Sale 54 inch Brillianlines, brown, blue, green, black and red, worth 50c, Carnival Sale, yard 39c 25c Tricot Flannels, Carni val vSale, yd. 25c Brown and Black Tweeds Carnival Sale, yd. Yard wide black Taffeta, re gular $1.25, Carnival Sale, yard $t.oo Taffeta, blue, brown, red, black, Carnival Sale, yard 59c 39c 39c 39c Are You Going- to Pass it Up? j 9c 19c 98c For Saturday Only From 10 l>> i<?:i5 a. m. and from 3 to 3:15 p. 111. we are going to sell to yards of 10c Bleaching for 51 >c. Not over io yards to the customer. Calicoes Big lot of Calicoes all colors from 6c to ioc values. Carnival Special .)c Percales Thursday Friday and Saturday 10c Percals all colors. 5c Table Damask 25c quality red or white 17c 50c quality, white 37c 75c counterpanes 57c 1.00 counterpanes 83c 1.25 counterpanes 98c Ginghams 5 7 and ioc Ginghams 3 5 and 7c. Laces Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 5c Laces nie ?r T ?BBS Do not miss one of these 8 || great days, you will live to regret it if you do. We'll Look for you. 1 aureus, S. C. MMfM MM 9HBSSHB ' r It ?Sit-? Iii- I.K n.J. A Iii ? ; C doppcd Into :n! noeiIon !,<,. ?? i s tl" of WatcIlOH was y.o,ia- oll I n ? Decupled fi'onl orti ;n'i oon attract I'd iho flltOf ition of 11.0 auctioneer. As I:?! dwelt upon Ilm niOI'il Ol n Walch ho was offMrilift fOr ?alt! 10 fhi hlghcai bidder lifo auctioneer Itirtiod lo (ho ('lOtinaii. fjroin Ihne lo Ihm \ the riueiloheei' nodded ni one "?. Thru roller known Iri6," ?ald oiic (|< man lot run oi hot*. ? Tho nodding kept mi. finally tlx auctioneer extended the watch to ti e in Idol*. "It's yours." he Bald, "Ten do;inn . Vou're the buyer." "Ach, mein." H?hl tho Gorman; "I'm the BCllOWh i Sitaiiiaii i ; mein freund heir ist der Dayer iBavariani." Wanted In Soo tho llo>s. The Insurance agon I climbed Hie slops and runt-' the hell. "Whom do yon wish 10 BOO?" ashed the careworn person who came to tin floor. "I want to see Ilm DOBS of tho house," replied (ho insurance agent. "Are you the boss?" "\'o." meekly returned tho man who CAirio to the door; "I'm only the has !.??:!'<,1 !(><? woman. "Well in.; m.;<# tlio kitchen. Till? wny, i llrldgct, thhi gentleman <!<? Iron Mo i.li' bo oxelulmed III the .iiichiiofi "flidndc Ol'ni ligonl, Wlloll lliQ lad CtlliM) llllri I 111 kitchen, "ui*41 you Hi" boss of tlx boy. "Well, you jiiul COUlO wiili in< " Wearily Hid Insurance agenl ?r-1?: 1?*? I <l ii|? Iii" : 1 iir i i" wa . ilMhcred 1 Into a room on tin second floor find iini"ii io the crib or u Bleeping baby "Tliorol exclaimed Iho boy; "thnt'h iii" real bow. oi' iiii-, house." lloraiil ,,.ni Presbyler, lie Kncw? a niehtbor of ib" Nobrnaka leghda im-" was making a upoceli on boiuo momentous question ami. in conclud- j lug. said: "in Hi" words of Daniel Wobater, wdio wnuo ib" dlotlonnry. "(live mo liberty or glva mo death I" did no) wriio ttto Noah," replied ilia speak the ark." Ihiffnlo lloldlnu Had. lllC Sl'WK. uppo ?? your wife wf*a tickled to til your rnls? In salary?" ?n i you told hor yet?" i thought I would enjoy my Tho Unifier's Success, l?iii"; H. Hill. WllOKO recent BpflCCll on "Craft" ul Oberlli) college attract* i i no much attontlon, (old rccotilly, urpopos of "graft" a alory about a i .< hulling i rani p. : lie iramp," Bald Mr, Dill, ' had dm alort, an crupulous, hold mind thai mokes grafting successful. ? n<- v ; walking ia Chicago ono day when too waw little hoy atoop and pick u,i soinothlng. "lie croHBOd o\< r to the hoy rpilckly. "You hit." made a fltul, my lad," ho nald. "Yob, : Ir," Bald tho lunoconl hoy. ? | have found a ?ihcr ring," ? i thought ho," Bald tho tramp, "it's the one i Jual droppod, N<>\v, ain't it lucky t hnd my aamo cul in it?" What's your name?"' Haid tho hoy mV! ml ? 1 ! "Btorllng, lad." "Take it thou, It's youi'H," said I ho boy, handing over lha ring with u dis appointed air." .1 ?. I One Hotter. An ICngllHhinan, fond of boasting of Ills ancestry, took a coin from hia j pockol, find, pointing to tlx? head en graved on it. said: "My great-great* grandfather wan mado a lord by the Kim: wtioao picture yon hoq oh thlfl shilling." "Wlini a coincidence." said his Ynn. kee companion, who .'it once produced another coin. "My grcut-groat griindfnthor vvaH made an nngol by I In Indian whoso plctttra yon BOO on ibis cent." Christian IJudcavor world. When our distant relatives gel rich thoy sooin to grow still further remov? ml. Mr. Krh-Hon's (Md limine. Clo BCO it, H'm a beatlty. It stands out among its neighbors, because the coloring Ih ho bright and clear, Mr. EJrlCBon painted with I.. AM. Paint and says It cost 1-3 loss tlian ever boforo. He bought only 12 gallons of 1.. a M. Paint und '.i gallons of I.lnsood Oil to 1 mix with it. This made gallons of pure paint. And cosi only $1.20 per gal* ' ion. it's as handsome as tim flnesl in town. The L. A M. Is sold by: .i. H. a M. I.. Nabu, Laurens, 'l I. W. C'opelnnd Co., Clinton. Election for Trustees. There will bo an "lection hold at tho loliowing places on Thursday, Kob? iu:u> i'itli. for iho selection of ."> 'Pius ices for ill" management of Iho Wads* I worthvillc I'oor School Fund: Ai Cross 11 I. Mounts ill", ,1. .1. Young's and A li, Holmes's. A. U. IIoiaiks, I'ob. I. 1000. Scc'y Hoard Trustees. NOTICE. There will Ijo an election by the ipinllllcd voters of Wntorloo Special School District No. 1 I. at Waterloo. H. C on Saturday, February 27, 1009, between tho hours of 2 o'clock and 1 o'clock, |>. in., to decide on the ques tion of Tax or No Tax for the ensuing year. W. II. Vv barton. Clerk. , Feb. 13, 1000. Red Iron Packet Rebuilding Sale. lf*you cannot COmo during the week come Saturday wo will have a tilg extra sales force to wait on you closing out- to rebuild J, C, Burns & Co. ' Von will find hero tho Inmost and * best lino of Toilet Seta in different doslgna, colors and decorations to ' neloct from at prices that you can not ! duplicate at any other place. S. M. & E. It. Wllkes k t'o. Assessor's Notice. Till". Auditor's Oftlcc will !>?? ';>'?!) from ilio 1st day of January to the i day ?>f February, 1000, lo make returns of personal properly, and real estate, where any changes havo been made muco last u-turn for taxation in I/aureus. For tho convenience of the taxpayers, I the Auditor or Ins Deputy will attend I the following named places to receive i rem ins for said vcar, to-wit i 1 Stewart's store, January 30lh, from l<> , a in t<>'.' p in. Young's, January HOth, from 10 it m to 11 iii. Pleasant Mound, January ftOlh, p m to I p iii. Lanford, February 2d, from n a in to Pi in. Qra, February 'i, from 'i p m to i p m, I Watts Mill, February .'t, from i p in lo I p m. All male Oltl/ons between the agOS of hii ami 00 years on the ist of January, except ihoso who are Incapable of earn* j Ing a support from being maincd or from I other causes, are deemed polls, Confod erat?) veterans excepted. All taxpayers are required to give Townships and No. of School Hisincl ; also state whether properly is situated in town or country, After the20th of lYhruary, HO per cent, p?nal I y will be attached for failure to make returns. o, a. rowku. DeO. 10, IflOH* Id Auditor.