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m 1alodt h.e m rue ivt tA
\\li~ vi i'eMd th 1Iave IWe thet bute
eI a r a We alen long. An kinn'
x I. it*t. 14 (w t* Av
andti out of aOn, o waIer works.
The ;ie Wo have alma4y had A
p't14 ial dimoni..tration of their krokx.
It is hard now% to finid A man in tu n
who II pp d hem-. 'WeST arAn it iN
'o foit moa ns that we are mio inc
fwr . The Herald and New d.o
not sk v)r exp Ct an - wamrd ekcep
the oonsCiotnne-s of having doe OIr
41411\ t0l: ant d t.AUITift Of
We Wiat nLAA 1w0 MOV mO Ur, tV Athej.r
\Vu say again all honor i. the fire
1)(4n of NewhIrry an fd teir gu,et.S.
The Herald antd News was glad to bave
th.eev n flr4.tn ', i. ut, Wv
ho0p t.h \ Wi ll VoIe ajgili.
It ip written In the hook of f1me t.hal
1t factional lines with w1i have divided
u in Sout.h trolina for the past sevOr
years aro hroken never w' he mendee
aain. The old line politician@ wh(
held swat before 1810 will not Agair
ret tontrol. but the lmaders of the le
form movemnt1 Which cam 1) 189(
are leing one Iy on- laid aside. Tht
people irt 410in their on I hinkinig
and a. ting atml new men are Coiign t
Ie broughit to O he front.. It is the ro
sult of the revoiution throtgh whie1
we have pasd.
'I'he poAitical ,kies ar-e citmring and
mien who hatvechariacter tad aila.ii
are going to be the tu.n wM ho wk ill Ie it
tielaikd inl SouttI 'aroiinA for promo
tion and eferment for the twi %e
It mean- ,eli-fr the o,ld zuate. Tht
pyeoplg Iave been edetd. .A gitm t
h ao dtone vood. It has amu ta..' 1he poty
pie to think and aot for themselves.
(oat-tail swinging is at an end. Fae.
timnal isties and prejudioe no longer
divid us e. The Itree-for-a-quarter va
r'iety of statesmian will have to seek~
other tiels for the emiploymen~it of hi I
ta.lenIt., if talent he has.
T'ho eji ii.ens of August.a las't week
ecalledt on lion, l'arik Walsh,. the eti
tow of the t hroniele, and dIemandedl
that lhe consaent to be a candidate for
Niayor and promised himt to electt him,
lie denenet s of Aug. sta anything t.hai
she eani give him for searee any citizen
of Augustai has done so much as he for
her matetrial adtvalncement. It is not
often, however, that tihe peo~ple of a
eommiunity recognize or' honor the man
who standls in I 'e forefront of pr'ogress
and endeavors te pull the ir townus along.
Aungusta will hut honor herself in
honoring P'atriek Walsh We hope he
wtill be overwhelingiy electedl.
The liquor problem and the dispen
sar'y law will be a question for th.e lug
islature to handle when It meets in Jan
'I here are those who think the dls
plensary is the best solution of the
prob'em. Thetv are others who think
prohibit ion is the thiinir and that the
timehas nmeto give it a trial. There
areothrswhothik hat highlcee
under dispensary regulations Is the
iO'rUtinhlg isseertaint we. cannot have
the old barroomi sp51em unless the con
Trhe titspens&1yf is wrong it p)riniople
and then Its practical application has
been antything but sat,isfactory. There
has been shortage and stealing and
charges of rebates until the heart is
sick. Trhere (a too much room for rot
te'nness In t.he dispensary system.
-Prohibition will be a failure. It did
not prohibit when it was tried ina this
diate. -tider looal option. And would
not1 prohibtit If enacted for the whole
The dispensary hass many good faa
tores. We believe that these applied
arnd enforced tunder a high license 18
the beat solution of the trouble.
We have about oome to agree with
the Ab,beville Press and Banner on the
subject of foreign advertisement.. The
paatent medicine advertiser wants the
choice position in the paper and at a
less cost than Is charged the local
merchant-, and we have made up our
mind to cut, them out of .the paper just
as fast as we can. We believe that It
will pay to glve more reading matter
sand the cholce positions to our home
people. And just as fast as ouar present
contract.s expi-e the patent medicine
ad, wili go frotn our columns, unless
tuML41-%%k 2\4 kA4444h*4.
A 4?Vt'eN \%W, 4Sk* 4
vaern~amt i lmy~~1 h h' ha .a n, I ! t h
o :- g V#*-n 1:' 1 ever J
Thi;' of 7nart. d id'a not ha n arn ti i
l.A 1 51.a at enc rne hose an
foloited the 1i ne of mar-oh mvn-dy puh
lishkd in the follow i rder-:
TRF UNIE (W VAR011.
Thci of Pir, lephat-merat ind Aassi
l.anil C'hivf* xand khiol 11ishops moutecd.
ndepndenrt of Coliumhia.
Ftun,omIx Strvel lle. Te-iam. Gren
Oholumba No %, Oolumbia.
PalhN Rtc Team of Greeuville.
Paclorv Reel Tetam, Newberr.
Fa.hls-r. Nce wherr .
04arriaes wi th Msayor and A ider-men,
iUdce_,, vis ilingz Chiotf. and assats
The Picelsio- and Pactor reels were
dooori , ihe Pacte. espY&aouy pre
The B&inkombe Street Team paraJed
with t.he ree o! t.be Faec.or and Co,
lumhia No. N wit-b t.he P:l,or reel.
The sun wag bol., bt iremer. are ai -
t.omedu .-i ho at and did Do1 m-iir,i it
The prvetoon halted tr. front of .hc
judgze' st-mnd on the plhuic aguare anc.
Lhere was mutic by I1.e hand.
Chief G. A. .a&ngford C.Ld' tbe meet
in: t) order and inwe. Col. W. H.
Hunt, abe wa rcueted m ftao
Fvans. who wa. urao)dabi'4y Shaer;' w.
vad h 1t. addi.reso.- of a c0oome. Co,. Hurt
.h *t41 ou . rig i, +.kne,st in h ;, tard;
.5 Maa).r i.cia,a , eas ahbt.-.. He r
hK 11. - 1 . S . D tt r.Il.ar - 171
th' -ah'ai' n a Tan who mnou-i how
to e t-I-raI. ThouMgh arp-r1 ims,el
he ha.- e-sa i h m g-e ofweome
and. m,:-t--t.i' me to mz it. I C.aL a&
nolai.g 10a a 1.. 11~ exrese * ha.i t.h.
c - e .! N Nwberr t lee.
.!. H It then Md Mayor rvar,s
U v.-NIie S Its.Jo4:'
Xa tA O \ ALN*' ATW IP La
t a-natrmits ar'd Ve'pw-'arv -1,
a t Ie ff. a) he-ad <81 OQr cit-1 L. I--erb frf-n I
tIe e -.w-s a .1tt tI dev t e ckf.N, 'ne %.f &i
II%W .*o . fjit ei kD W., sak .->z a beftr
Iy N* -..ine- v o .-O etIv. This I n..* a *t ears
a e'l (- 1.-:1-t --.%, to- ht) - 4 t.Lr IY I Itos
t hifcia o-p. ii -' 14thv . trat-* a r,iI g; %- )to all a
hIar m. U lt a W e whol .ij, t Ihe-ra,'.. anT he
Who vt%na wit hit ber wall te-a-et v-% bope
terkl,. but waill and aft.e-, hapgine4f ant1
hosl 1talt the-Ir p01t10D ffr\t the- hearl atAd
banla qt,-fr ott en ian The akin--tric t.. y,az
1ieMternen in our city on tinl a,dan and
o ndet thee an p'ese-po t raya mbort- I- a tan
.t atu n'ay pao-.itay ob-er-e, Per yo.ur I'res r,oe
here ialay tai .ite a Jewe a on ahe pages "r
our cliy' hita-.rya as aim.ag tlu- firsat a h
h.ave honoredi- Cl e in a ting an.d pa-t klpaa
ing with us tut eelebriaatng a new era that ha-a
dawnaed upona a aur beauttiful cit. and I aa
this waith. p'rbde and- grat to.ede, b-ae'a e it
taaau us to at ve faxly Pea;e anid appare(
ate t h -t toay Ce ate upon a fir-m ba'-s io
e-qua lay t (Nuipuenta 'a ith assy of onr 64t
ter e1t1es. har wreet you fuay tuara) or (.At
yoaur eye a fi e-hydrltant aseata y'ar plea.art
a ta a at l-tux a forcte of p-ur arte-*tan water
as eve r paasedl t breng h nonr ci .r qurt f-Ibed &
Yea. get tie n -n. we bai With de-elight yoaur
ptm-.eec withi U' todlay, foryour hert4c e'ieur.
agn -.. )aIty a-nd psIaotm comma.n,I ahe
nemoat aapp:-iat tK lc (otusendationu for the ala
Sit-a y ou lhu 't obl'cat ed yo at i-Ie'a eIt perufo-rrn
are i.uch as' rt quire barta.e .aampathe,tte heart..
(.eal and at vaayt) nerves anal WLlliner a9n,l,a.
Yee g-entlenaeen. aM 'tre- aPprtectated fully
and )uatla -o0 not onuly in ''-lew berry, naot ainiy
nt Orr-ena talie, anot On.v an itlututaia not~ only
int A'sau -t but alt ovecr this baruaa land for
are 'a.a -aanot the Anualstiaan andt c'ustodianas of
out Za 'n.cr. afurt axlea andu our prop4erty wheni
'aItub* tor ft i. then when, naht beauti
tuw a, tima set-ently, haanvalled the earth witha
t-, fl'kering shadaow.~ whena suil ay- ay has
ete-la ted andi left r'ej-ae 'a ithint her p-athway,
a' lien the Jar of life is still, whent all Ia hua.he',
w hen manaresaa from~ hh labot-a and tranaquali
LY watches ov'er his habtitation, I it' thnen
thatyou entemenareon the alert, oan the
w ath, ith arae, sontheatready to per
formx thusae oblig-ationw you hate so riaa
anid voluntarily assumed, anad when in that
atlent mtidnighi hoaur there coames Wafled
upon the gr-ne b-erea s-frm yonder tower
peals oaf thund.er like alarm, warnhing that
alumbhering tanquil people of the dangers
that toreaat their- hoiuee and lit-es, at Is
then agsan that toor hete character exertu
its gratadent tnAuonce. for you know t tat
from yonder tower only tungu out the signal
01 m.tt.ek from thae e.aemy o f enemiles that
dernon tir-e, anda elve its eenneas of wuarsuing adte
away aid joina the tnlatic auephers. the blast of
youe buile est haa anasweted that note of
watuing andt thae crack of your whi,, the shout
of your r-sel team heralds to your frligntenaMa
people thast you l.ate hatit the 'Ignat cry
anad ar - oan te tielId of batUe ready to conaquer
or leady' to i1.
Chief 1,angford then said he was ntot
glib of tonguo, btut when it comeo to
fighting fire hae tould do that whether
the fire was ian 4Atraw pen, wood house3
et-anywher'o else, and he could do it as
well as anybody could.
He then introduced President tCeo.
13. Cr-omer who had been asked to speak
in behalf of the tlaremen.
Mit. CtOME~lI ETNDS WEKLOME.
Mirr. (2romer Baid he was glad to speak
for Chief L.angtord who seems to think
that more tongue than head Is neces
eary to make an address of welcome.
Chief Langford is one of the best fire
men you can find but a fireman also
who never likes to take water. The
Newberry firemen have decided to put
me up) to make you tired before the
races begin. Here is the mlayor of (Co
lumbia, the chief of plice and treasu
Irer of the city council of Col umbia who
have actually come to Newberry to se.
if you can put out a tire with elear
water. If Chief Langford were makIng
his own speech he would tell you that
you are welcome to everything in New
berry except the prises.
You are welcome to Newberry and
everything the firemen of New bor-ty
cA hionor to the volunteer firemen of
the State, they are all woleomo here.'
If you look at that charred building
over yonder you will say all honor to
the firemen who are w illing and at a
moment's time to take their lfe in t.heir
own hands and risk death i- fighting
fire. All honor to the firemen and a
hearty welcome to Newborry'.
President Cromer spoke brieny and
to the,pointL and was, frequently ap
Paleon,~ ~ ~ )- Gr*.ile aeve-.'
Factor. Newbrry, ,: pondv 1
TH\4 4M\'% . N
Eduard o. New, ny ThWo e
he t A t i juVsw r .
A 4 os S T No ' ;e me U. L
4ier., ille -.a r . ot r
!' a.'s in .wt
"ar t4n. .n N e sIrt.. w , r tw i.r 14
The imne a:d&so. miTvr 1.. 11. l'tvp .
Tr.-vi..b e Own Dft.rt, %rw . e ;
Eumry \(ar. ,oh "hIxit v.at,.t.A 1
EI : th E lsin on irh,
'Rlneenon. .'lirl.j oi& v.1. Rnuti . " -aw'..
The following wmon am uost-nd
ei ~ ~ ~ ~ I towc.--*l t8 adei e \ Wc,ijam Pe..
14'a r :Here.HHno y
Ivr W.. c w-i. B Rnr.n. 1rn ' *v s.1'
.A rIa t . r I. ot t zt i-ral I I,. sl N
I ne2sk) 44. esim, NCwtorr -.. 1 .
ki*-ury ran , JW , o.htane. A L J. -J
UlijWb-,. E RKil,'k. o W ing I 7
S .-de .' o ard.-. ' A k wI r I 0. Pop- .,
lbi )%un..: t , , k'tstlu -... M jillsm s ) oh
ri Lu. 4.1*m! -r,t. r .o wIt C,
**J.h T wencl rant 21*1 kt-or 4 He re'r
16 ae-3WL1A. Id An 0-mme-n . ':sHM m n
Luu,..k ten ran K n Cst..-r ,T.T Jra me.: ,
We ."Ird %% ~ bi .n.(-II,in-. R K1iNcr i
Wtc. i K o . .V K V F,
TE AWT,a. Knri
A 7la oe-h A % Iind T H reN.
eita n...&n. e p. l'uae. t r- U~ia.i r leno w
Nlit i - Uk. - ete m t t% on .h
m7t-um,ir. . I aT e r li> g &.r, te v r.
tI .-Te .3&w Nhui"'~'4 w, & cki iT .4o %Abf
A AL i*10L.r ~a~ai
C- ica. Poop) e : ki 1.0 :PC'. I f- rIt
track. Th pl of N,ub!er are
nt)u.'I q.ber pople eh ero anei
they waite and&r wat.ched for the ra;
tir.g to begin. Ne.arly C arr a.n e we.
ppse had hi fare.r.e.
he dist.ance rnx- as one
yar'ds and 1.he ma.acam r.: t I was caar.
and smLth, In the re. c'e hre
were twopriye---a firsI prir e of VS ir,
oash and a *e.xnd prize of l in.
Thu foliowing %a.s he orer ofra
ning ani the ime om i.ch tean:
Falcon, of Greetnallae, ?4* ecods.
Pactory, Ne.wberry, 24 ends.
.xessior. N eawhe-rr. 23sons
Conubia No. 3 won first pris-e. and
zExelsior, of N ewberry. second pri 2e.
1t w id be obsa em .hat the Fatorv, of
New berry was third1 in the. rSae 'and
clo.e behind the winners.
THEl GRAIl RACL
In the grah race the Falcon-. Factory
and independents "blew off " and made
no time. The others were as f ollow,:
C"olumbia No. 3, Columbhia, 27 se.ondls.
Excelsior. Newberry, 24 e.econds.
1uncombe St.. G reenaville.:nC seeond?.
Thaere was only one prize lnx tii. race
of &I.5 in cash an'd it was won by the Ex
celsiors, of Newbherry,wthvu.ob
Ste t..o reenville. ekhaseL behind.
THE FC'OT RACk.
In the foot race there was a first prize
of h) ina cash and a second prize of $..
I he distance w-as 100i yards. it was as
P'aleom, Greenville-Will Moseley,
Independents, (Columbia--Wm. Gss
ton, A. McDouagal.
columbia, No. 3, Columba-George
Geiger, Hilton Lyles.
Pactory, Newberry- Rd. Cain, Thos.
Excelsior, Newberry--L.. B. KIbler,
HIarry T. White.
A. NeDlougral won first prize in 10 l..3
seconds and Wtm. Gaston second prize
in tery near the satae time. L.. H.
Kibler was thi.
Everybody was satistled with the de
cision of the judges and the day passed
After the races were over the New
berry tiremen served refreshmets to
their visiting brethren at the eggine
house and everything was as pleasant
as pleasant could be. Each company
as it came in the morning was taken In
charge and carried to the engine house
where sandwiches and lemonade and
et ceteras were served. And after the
races more refreshments were ser ved at
the same >,lace. These were furnished
bCheGeo. A. Langford and Assis
tants Otto Kiettner andi J. W, White.
Among the boys from Columabla we
noted our friends Crapt. Pat Meohan and
C~ol. Geo. A.- Shields as young and hap
py as atny in the crowd.
The GJreenvil'e boys were having a
godtime last night under comm antd of
In fact we believe all the bovaenjoyed
the day and will go home with pleasant
recollections of their visit to New
We say with President Cromaer all
honor to the volunteer tiremen. Es
peelally all honor to the Newberry
boys who took such good care of theIr
guests and conducted themselves so
We were gla I to see so many people
present from the county. We are al
waya glad to see them, but we are de
lighted to know they take such an in
interest, in what concerns especially the
In the Greenville crowd we were glad
to see our old friend Ned Birown, and
his many friends here were delighted
to sh ako hi. hand. Then the"ewa n.m
k"r N %ile-Nowh ery by aon...
Q wxs a &ta d for Nowborry and
%d u ' bv wt it, the yevars to omte.
r,\%N ly w Iv etto 4 the tweessIty
' k",O , t i r imi ans away. 110
e'1t ba'o adtvd iuch to t he pIeats,
k Ztv \'l ,x\ wqtit'st Tho
I A nkd Ne'r\ to pub0%li the follow
n %' t , h et s o5 t thank 0 o the
6 E I n e a'u of Norr lint for
1'0' t 1n l may
'zm I M3 m In
t' hl l"+m0t i l %%hv W to the It
v',td. Int i l% n Ia etk e S m 11Zi
4we Wh , re. i t k -s n
b4ift,wo, \'o'lln-m ('1vW, Y
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS
Or am-thhir- iii Yellow 110
DON'T GO -
111,1 00i 0 s INo.wt
Thi.s wcAc m-0 11AVe C1,110, .,1 ) 2.,
"avA to see as v :ie. 'e
tNvr , inni) st,Lo 'L- tir ~t..SA.
an.*i o,n,- of S es.
A ave \r0 \ c ' n .'\ c',\os in
atl: l an -kv.'t'. A\l-o in Sniri'. Nock
Dry Goods, Notions,
Hosi , Ladies', Misses'
and Children's SHOES,
n f e. . V no, U. \
Tahish n i and Tii Ku sr 1- - -. i .
and rr.d0iicr. of s h it s. j ..
tAe hiti drix he r Hll a e l r s inur
atf'rp lia and s t u -\ tre0 i S ia' . Neck
lti suspena, :c . C :: ar'.. if .In'
Hivofs~'tiey Lines', i tI Misses'
and ChidrPO SO S
COPEL AND BRKS.
TTHHbES ms HARR1OWS.at
No farm-e' suoit tobe to onra01
Theu a ow. 1alf c-eta s -h and .d-eon
yenhar. n inea hekn
andCre dt frihes nd ik .eo -
Riuff',.deea _d, thtthrhead n
pear befoe ke. oi thegi>ut-<.if Pro.
Rt nthe To~t o hNdwyriw S.- . r nowt
in)1 ahe ftret.cn torhow cau. f Sunyr
theyl kae,e hyh said . mei niet' a
(tida exhou nte frantedI .m.inl
Give unlad ru tidihnd h the dayo
IS AENTi1RTEJ .I
Noharneern Ysehold ferwitu one o
ackofthshoo thleentHe whils
y~no aher hlalfcasih tool baanc fixe
urCal and ghpich odesl and hepon
NOIEI ERI IE
tha th ko fRgsrto for
TO THE TUNE
ihi limo howlers howl noI moro
Whenl they rotalh 0. Kletwoer's Stol-0.
Wittl pri..es lo:'er than their "piie,"
A froi is ehagd into at smille.
IT'S A FACT
A"oplo ",nIh 1r %vt'ai .1p11mk down
o,ld titn prives hlit ao groatly pleas.
od ni1tn they loar theelitikof Itur
\\ widrlo, v11ominpetitors
ettti It\ 0 11111muie \\ithl ms.
We, ho\\'o\'r, oomlpoto With
IOle but oxcol heu all by
\,zV 't 1110110V I t , 1\' V Mt,
dint 11%0'- w"th v-Z
~\~m~tz 2V \2'AV %Wi
A ~'. % 3 7
B he Va1r and SeArv Ika .
Wiilo Yotl Can!
Time Limited Until
Best full life-size Pas
tal and Crayon Por
traits made--not en
larged and then fin
ished by hand--but en
larged by hand and fin
ished in the latest style,
most durable and per
manent manner at less
than half usual price.
Call and see sample
GDwiTs for Wife-Awalc ShOD011.
utv know that the season isi
- - toa clo-e. i t mecans more to
e.anir t you. e have takenat SOrt
''1 '~':~\eensus 1 of ou1r stock.
nu'1 ti re we find a few doz.en, or
*a of goods that. are tair ends1
oneP~ efl more. \OWe would rthelir
bre ood out of t he waly att at loss
na c:n-ry over. .\laybet you trust,
~~~tt~ a~ncmnt m ore t.hani Our1 aid
rea1 mntt. t hen make a toura of in
-Iett],f hai tthe store. Wec are will
mea' that y ou:,h'lould deidetl.
Seiail bargm~ains. in 1 .ace Et.ai res,
I aney 'ILments, Or'gantdies, Ilatistes,
Grand remtnant sale of wash goods in
tiy ad te vH ard lengt.hs, regular prieo
1. dand 250.~. now 8M. andm I1(l. La e
ro$0 lito -.00. per ya. kmbroide ry -
ni 4.amibric. Sw'es and Nanisook lfdg
'y an'md Initsertingys reiady for use fr~omt
Specil btargains int Corsets.
Dom ie=ties at neiices-tl which miake comn
MI ILLI N-\~Y - Our first Hlat sale.
E-very lady mtust at fend -in justico to
herself, in just ice to her purse. Weo
have made up) a nice l ine of TrimmIedl
H ats. - Short Backs, Sailors, harge and1(
small shapes. 13innet s aTuil''rbants.
E:acheat .tion is a gem of fashionable
trimmting--in) f''lowers. ChilTon anmd
Hibhan. You wvill find unltrl'immedt'
faney st rawms, in all shapuis and colors.
The- goods. 11ow (only 25e. You will
also Ii nd beautIifu1l huncmhies v iots
roe and all flowers ' of the day at
1.olme and -ee.
Davenport & Renwick.
IF YOU WANT
Call on1 us betfor'e buyin-g.
We ow have the prettiest
ear'load ofl' Buggies and1( Sur..
ries that we haYe over had.
We expec a car'loadl of
next weeik. There is 11o
Wtagon 0on our mariiiket better,
and our prices ar.e asi low as5
eam be madle for the same
grade of work,
Ed. R. HIPP.
If you want any of the good bargains we are
dishing out. About twice a year we empty tho
pot and clear up the store for new goods.
Is before you and Wur.judgment will quick.
ly decide for you the e of bargains. All
we ask is a look at the goods. I not
Cheap don't buy them.
Ask especially to see our
Mosambiques, Silk and Wool.
Grenadines, Organdies and Mus
taf. ly- NEWBERRY, S. C.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
JJAF iir 1, 107.
Assets . . . . . $216,773,947
and all other . . . 173,496,768
Liabilities . . . _
Surplus, 4 per cent. . . . $43,277,179
Outstanding Assurance. . $915102,070
The Society has paid $253,956,351 to its policy-holders, and in addition
now holds $216,773.947 of Assets (of %Lich $43,277,170 is Surplus), P
making a total of $470,730,298. This record covering a poried of lesm
than 38 years fromn its organmizat(ion, is over $t1212,793,000 more than ay
other comipany hast. paid(an accumulated within tho correspondinig perio(l
of ts isor%' . Th Eqitalewries ll fOillOfPolicy the assured nmy
want -Touine, Annual Distribution, E dowment, Guarantee1 Cash VIue,l
Termn, any other forins of policies.
Call and see me before assuring your lives elsewhere.
The Equitable s absolutely safe, inid persons wishing insuraicet would
find it to their imterest to examino its plans before taking out a policy
The Equitable issues policies on both male and female lives.
f6.)m. ARTHUR KIBLER, Agent.
To Malke ooni or
Which is Daily Arriving,
All Summer Goods must move
regardless of cost. We are re
tailing a Job Lot of Overshi)rs at
Special values in all lines of
Dry Goods, Millinery and Notions..
Cut prices is all the go at
C. UMMER. JH. SUMMER. G. W. SUMMER.
The Leaders of } Deal ers In
Low Pric8 First-Clas8 Qoa[Is
Groceries, Hardware, Harness, Dry Goods,
....Shoes and Clothing....
t ladr XVn , u.re<ei veil. (Car load Carriages and Buggies
mon'Ioltafw(fy, loitby util iiyou see our goods and get our
)tiCi' We elin RIave you I!,(II(y,
D)on'tL forget our brands(1 ofi Flour': ObelIsk, Favorite, Blue [Bird,
Waterloo, Old II lckory. Th'le best Flout' sold for the money in the