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Me+tireg Boid of Asiteo-"r.
The County B>ard of Aiseasora will
meet at the County Auditor's otfice on
Tue. day, March 25th, 1902.
All the menabers of Enoree Baptist
Vhut4-h are esliecially requested to be
present next Sunday, if possible, as
busiti.-s% )f very great importance will
p)robahl% come before the church.
J. W. Blanton, Pastor.
( Uoming Marrtage..
Cards have been received in New
'*Wr announcing the coming m%trriage
st k, oi April 3rd. of Mr James
yp and Miss Maggie Swygert,
aukit of Col. J . Swvgert, of
eak. Tbe marriage will take place
in Mr. Hermon church, Peak :Their
friend4 here extend congratulatiOns.
Valeabt., Iori- tProwus t--s. It.
Fairview, Newberry C..ut:-O0
last Friday night while Mr. John Btch
mnto Bedenbaugh was at the home of
Mr. Arson Millor his fine mare
-which was hitched in the yard un
hitched hert4elf and went ten miles to
Ainick's Ferry, over Sida River,
walking into the river and drowning
herself. The horse was discovered in
the river hitchaI to the buggy and
reigned up just as he had left h--r It
was a very valuable aomsal.
J. M. M.
Gov. McSweene) bas granted a pir
don to Ellen B,wer#, a negro woman,
who was convicted in i bis county at the
July term for 1901, 4of violating the dis
pensary law. She was sentenced to serve
a term of three montbs on the county
casingang or pay a fine of $103. She
was pardoned on a petition of citizens
of the community in which she lived.
She was convicted last July and on
'socount of having an infant at the time
the execution of the sentence was
Newberr vs. Clinton.
The Newberry College team leaves
today for Clinton, where it will play
two -games with the Presbyterian Col
lege of South Carolina at that Place.
One this afternoon and one to-morrow
loring. The team is In good condition
and, has bad a good deal of practice,
and we expect.them to win twovictories
before they return.
The Clinton team will come to Neu
berry on next Friday, the 21st, to play a
game that afternoon and one on the
morning of the 22nd. The probabilities
are that both games will be close and
V.lm.ge Defeat. Newberry.
In a game of ball on the college dia
mond Tuesday afternoon the college
defeated the cit,y nine by a score of 23
to 5. The game was slow, but at times
goods work was done ont both sid.e,
The college team played godd ball
throughout and reflected'credit on the
trainingthey have received fromCoach
Warran. Simpson did some good work
in the box and Cabaniss behind the bat,
and, they were welt supp rted by the
rest of the team. Riser in centre feid
made some pretty catches
For the Newberry team Stuart did
some good work.
Now MeDoald Furnaan to Leetore.
Ron kicDonald Furman, of Sumter,
S. C., will deliver a lecture in the
armpry to-night at eight o'clo"k
His leeture will be upon histo
rical subjects. and will also include
some general remarks on "an ideal and
real married life" from a bachelor's
point of view. Admission 15 ents for
adults and 10 cents for children.
Mr Furman will also deliver a lec
ture to the echoot children this morn
Mr. Furm'sn is an enthusiastic stu
dent of South Carolina history and has
done much to preserve~ it. We feel
sure his lecture will be interesting and
we hope he will have a full house.
Newberry College and the Expiwi Ian.
Our trip will be much more than
merely a college visit, for, in addition
to the college party, there will be a
large number of teachers and pupils
from the graded school, besides many
of our friends who are not directly
connected witn either school. We shall
go by special train, leaving Ne wherry
Tuesday morning, A pril 1st, at 8 or
9 o'clock. The fare for the round trip
will be $3 48, if we buy block - tickets,
In groups of 25 persons or more. Those
who go on a block ticket will have to
return together; those who do not care
to return with the party will have to
buy individual tickets, at $3.90. It, is
probable that arrange men ts will be
made in the purchase of tickets so that
some of the party can remain in
Charleston until Saturday, while those
who desire to do so can come home
Friday. Lndging and breakfast can be
secured at 75 cents each for those who
belong to the school-, and at very
reasonable rates for all. An announce
ment next week will give the hour at
which we shall leave Newberry, and
the name of the road by which the
party will travel. G. B. C.
'The Vice of Nagging
Clouds the happin-es of the home
hur a nagging woman often needs betlP.
She may be so nervous and run-down
in health that. trifles anncoy her. If
she is melancholy, excit.abl. troubled
with loss of appetite, be-adache, steep
leassnes, constipation or tainting' and
dizzy spells, she needs Electric Bitters,
the most wonderful rem'edy for ailing
women. Thousands of sufferers from
female troubles, nervous trouhles, back
ache and weak kidneys bave used it,
and become healthy and happy. Try
it,. Only 50c. at all Druggists, guara n
VARIOUS AND ALL 4BOUT.
We had a delizbtful shower Wednes
A call will soon I-e isbued for the
County Democracy to organize.
H. E. T, dd & Co., have something to
say in this paper t the housewives < A
A mad dog, cr one suppostd to be
mad. was killed in the city Wednesda' .
I be election for an Alderman from S
W lid 1, will tae held Monday. Every h
voter in the ward should vote. t.
The candidates ate heginning to I
t owl to t he frij.. Th ir cards will ti
t on be planted in Tbe Herald and ti
N w-. t]
The partnership of 11.0. Longand 0
and B. M. Havird has been dissolved C
by iuutual content. See notice else- 0
R, ad Klettner's .d., if . ou would keep
up with t e dty. He offes histcustom- a
trs the opportunities and to get the b
b--iefit of tbe:i you must read and rush.
The State Sunday School CoD vention E
will meet at Greenwood f om the 25th. P
to the 27th., and the C., N. & L. has a
announced the rate of $2 for the round P
trip on that occasion. a
An extra Communication of Amity a,
Lodge, No. 87, A. F. X., will be held L
Moi.day night forthe purpose of confer
ring the F C. degree on several candi
dates. All the members should attend
this meeting. C
President Geo. B. Cromer will de- at
liver the annual address before the G
Ninety Six Graded school at the clos
ing exercises. This school is taught n(
by Mr. D. R. Riser, a former student
of Newberry College. t,
It has been suggested to us that some cc
of the lot owners in Rosemont ceme- to
tery are making a mistake by cutting le
out Ihe shade trees. Lot owners should C,
c nsid-r well before cutting the beau- S(
tiful trees out-they help to beautify
the cemetery too much to be 9acrificed. w,
On account of the South Carolina
International Sunday echool Conven- Ti
tion, Greenwood, S C., March 25-27, D
1902, the Southern Railway will sell
round trip tickets, rate from Newberry Jr
$2 00. Tickets on r-ale March 24, 25 and ti
26 inclusive with final limit March 29tb.
The farmers are busy hauling corn A
and guano from Batetburg and New- t
berry. We are glad to note that very
few are hauling corn. The oat crop is at ti
least half killed and numbers of our fol
people are anxious to sow spring oats at
if the ground gets dry enough in time w
to do so-NHavirdsville Ne ws, Saluda te
Rev. W. A Lutz, who has accepted tb
the cal' to Grace E. L. Church, will
arrive in town on the 20th. of this
month. We give him a hearty wel
ome into our town. He will be herec
for the Conference, whieh will be held p
at Grace Church beginning on Frid ay al
before the 4th. Sunday.--Prosperity fe
agle Eye, 12th. of
Dr. 0. B. Mayer was in Laurens last Pi
week. ' ce
Mr. Guy Daniels visited in Clinton
Prof. W. K. S:igh left yesterday on fo
few days visit to Horisburg, Pa s
Col. Geo. Johnstone wais in Laiurens Al
ast week on professional business. W
Alderman Scholtz returned yesterday an
rom a business trip to Colnmbia vi:
Hon. F. H. Dominick was in Colum
bia Wetdnesday on professional business nE
Mr. J. E. Norment, the popular rep- H1
resentative of the News and Courier, is
in the city.
Mr. J I. Whbeeler and son, Claude,
f Columbia, visited relatives in the in
ity this week.n
Dr. J. K Gilderaccompanied by Col, at
eo. Johnstone, left Wednesday on a at
business trip to Kent ucky. TI
Miss Sarah Davis, of Clinton, whob
~has been on a visit to friends in New
berry returned to her home yesterday.
Mrs 3 F. Burton, accompanied by
Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Newberry, ar- so
rived in the city on Monday.-Laurenis ce
Advertiser, 12th in
Mrs. W. W. Fulmer will return to de
her home in Columbia tomorrow after in
spending somec time with relatives here
and at Pomaria. in
Misss Arrabella and Katie Moses, of 8
Philadelphia. are spending several
ays in Newberry, to the delight of cc
their many friends, of
Mr. I. M. Dominick, of Newberry,
was in town Monday. M r. Domiaick is v
a son-in-law of M r. G. M Kinard and
will make his home in this county.
Greenwood Journal, 12'bhb
Mrs. Henry Harme after spending !st
several weeks with her parents here, W
Mr. and Mrs. I\ B. Wheeler, left Wed
esday for her home in Pennsylvania. .
Mrs. Alice L (Good win, of Chicago, at
is stopping at The Newberry. She will
deliver an illustrated address to ladies
nly in the armory this afternoon at'
3 o'cock, also Tuesday afternoon at the
same hour. s
Messrs. P. L. Ki'tchie and R. C.B
McKnight, of China Grove, N. C., and Ci
Mr. B. C. Lewis, of Winston, N C , tv
formerly students at North Carolina bi
College, Mi. Pleasant, N. C., arrived re
in the city 3est.erday to enter New- ai
berry College. yi
Mr. R. C. Leavell, who is associa*ed g,
with Mr. Joel Aiken in the under- Mi
taking business, is a first. class em- 'g
halm-r having graduated from Rtnn~ard ki
College in New York. Besides he has ci
had six years experience in the work.
-Green wood Journal, 12th.
Chronte D ar,hc8.
Mr C B. Wingfield, of Faiir Play, w
Mo , who suff -red from chronic d ysen- ti
tery for thirty-five years says Chamn- le
herlain's Colic, Cholera land Diarrbo" o!
Remedy did him more good than any ti
other medicine he had ever used. For ci
sala e yW E. Pelham & Son. g
rected. A pure
DOCK RUFF C4PTURLD.
After Three Years Sheriff Buford CapturA
a Negro for Whom a Seated Sentence iN
The following is taken from the
Spartanburg Herald of the 11th iust:
Sheriff M. M. Buford, ot Newberry
county, adopts the. policy of keeping
verla-etingly at it when It comes to
capturing a criminal at large, and con
equently his labors are attended with
atisfactory results. It takes a con.
iderable length of time, and even
years roll by, but as in this case, his
avert like perseverance wins out.
Yesterday Sheriff Buford arrived in
be city in quest of Dock Ruff, alias
ichard Ruff, colored, who over three
rears ago disappoared from the court
oom in the Newberry court house,
Ld against whom for that period of
J-ne has been pending a sealed sen
nce for assault and battery with in
ten to kill.
Ruff's abrupt depiartur,, fro-n N w
erry made itself a fac of no,.e and
nterest at the time, especi.t'y with 'he
)ople of his c)Ior, -.ad he w>s cansid
'ed a ki d of prodiv t- p irry j aitic
n so mild a manner.
Since that dat- Sheriff Buford has
)een indefatigab'e in hi eff>rts to cap
ure the negro. Several times Ruff has
een located in Chariot e, Greenville,
Wlanta and other cities, but good
uck was with him to the extent that
ie evaded capture.
Having secured information'that Ruff
as here the Sherif came up yester
lay, and soon had his man well located
n officer of th e city police force ar
sted Ruff and today he will be carried
Newberry by Sheriff Buford.
Ruff behaved himself very well while
n Spartanburg, and being energetic
d industrious was :1lways at work, at
e time of his capturc. he was employed
ta leading drug house of tbe city t o
> draylng, etc. He assumed the name
f Richard Jones during his sojourn in
Would Smash the ulub.
If members of the "Hay Fever Asso
ation" would use Dr. King's Ne-w Dis
very for Consumption, the club would
y to pieces, for it always cures.this
alady,-and Asthma, the kind that
tfles the doctors-it wholly drives
om the system. Thousands of once
opeless suffers from Consumption,
neumonia, Hronchitis owe their lives
nd health to it. It conquers Grip,
ves little ones from Croup and
hooping Cough and is positively gua
nteed for all Throat and Lung trou
les. 50c, $1 00. Trial bottles free at
March 11, 1902, by Rev. R. C. Ligon,
tthe Presbyterian gianse, Smyrna,
Ir. H. C. Reeder and Miss EJ.lie Floyd,
1 of Ne wberry County.
March 4, 1902, by Rev. M. M. Kinard,
'h. D., at the home of the bride's
ather, Mr. A. M. Wyse, Mr. John T.
~uron of Alligator, Mississippi, and
4iss Rosa Kinard Wyse of Columbia,
I.C. _ _ _
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splenzdid work of Dr. King's New
fe Pills is daily coming to light. No
uch grand remedy for Liver and Bowel
roubles was ever known before. Thou
ands bless them for curing Constipa
in, Sick Headache, Biliousness, Jaun
lce and Indigestion. -Try them. 25c.
No argument is Needed.
To conviree anyone who has once
ned in of the merit of our "Clifton"
rand of flour.
The flour speaks for itself. It tells
s own story of absolute purity and
areful milling. It speaks in the elo
uent language of light, white loaves
nd biscuits, delicious past ry and temp
ng cakes. It speaks with such con
iction that it bringe the user back for
one and it always tells the same satis~
actory story. Why not learn this story
fpure flour by trying "Clifton?" Ask
'our grocer for it.
If you want a cheaper fiour buy our
W hite Fawn" (half patent) or spotless'
Straight). They are just as pure,
bough not so white as 'Clifton'. Every
ck of our flour bears the Anti-Adul
eration League's registered drade
For sile by Palmetto Grocery Co and
. R. Hipp in Newberry, and J. D.
tokes at Whitmires.
tf OWENSBORO, K. Y.
Between the hours of eleven o'clock
mm. and closing time at night on Jan.
kt, 1901. A. F. Clark, druggist, Glade
iprings. Va., sold twelve bottles of
unamberlin's Cough Re-medy. He
tys, "I niever handled a medicine that
old better or gave better satisfaction
* my customers." This Remedy has
Leen in general use in Virginia for
many years, and the people there are
well acquainted with its excellent
~ualities. Many of the.m have testified
to the remarkabie cures wbicb it has
-ffeted. When you need a good, re
liable m.dicine for a cough or cold, or
attack of the grip. usr Chamberlain's
Cough Remedyv and you are certain to
be more than pleased with the quick
cure which it afford. For sale by W. E.
Pelham & Non.
REv. ARMSTRONGS RESIGNATIO
[e Will Leave His Pamtoiate Here April
14 for St. Louis, 144.-'10 Has D9.ne
a Good Work -Plens -t Rela
titizp ti bt. Sever, d
The resignation of Rlv Dr. Chas. H.
.rmstrong having been ai-epted by
3e joint couneil of the. Newher'y
barge, be will 1-ave on April 1st for
t Louis, M- , where be will htave his
eadquat ters as on. of t he field s-cre
tries of t.he Missuri anti-Salosn
eague. a work which he had duc d, d
en er wht-n h- pi 'nt- hi6 resit!va-i
or'. Dr. Armstrong took ch;irge of
ie work in the Newberrv pistorate
n February 1-t, 1901 One of the
burches, Mayer Memorial, had no
rganized congregatiou. Dr. Arm
rong effected the organization with
5 members on May 1st, 1901, and the
iembership has now grown to 75 He
as also done faithful and efficient
rork in the other congregations, Beth
den and Colony, and will l-ave the
astorate in good condition. There
re expressions of regret among the
ople he has served for two years and
large number of others outside the
ifluence of his own field of labor that
ich pleasant relations are to be served.
utheran Visitor, 13th.
The preliminary contest at Newberry
ollege to decide upon a representative
the State Oratorical Association in
reenwood on April 18 was held in the
llege chapel on Wednesday aftem.
on. The Excelsior and Phrenakos
ian literary societies had each selected
ro representatives The following
>mmittee wa3 appointed as judges
select the repre;entation for the co'
ge from among the' four- Hon. M. A.
rlisle, Rev. J. L. Williamson, G. G.
The young men and their subjects
-re as follows:
Phrenakosmiai-G. C. Merchant,
ie Nineteenth Century. M. E. Abams,
inger of Colossal Wealth.
Excelsior-L A. Black, Ready Men
io. K. Aull, Revolution and Evolu
The committee decided lbat Joo. K.
ll be sent as the representative of
There are six colleges in the asocia- k
)n-CleLason, Furman, Erskine, Wof
rd, Presbyterian College at Clinton,
id Newherry College, and each one
i have a representative in the con
Mr G. C. Merchant was elected as
vaga-te. of a (coId.&
Yiou can never be quite sure where a
d is going to hit you. In tbe fall
id winter it may settle in the bowels,
oducing severe pain. Do not be
irmed nor torment yourself with
rs of appendicitis. At the first sign
a cramp take Perry Davis' Painkil
in warm, sweetened water and re
f comes at once. There is but one
inkiller, Perry Davis. 25 and 50
The writ of habeas corpus applied
r by the attorneys of B. R. William- &
n before Associate Justice Gary, at
seville, last Friday was granted and
illiamson is again at liberty. The
ount of his bond is that first imposed,
3. $1,000.-Green wood Index, 12th.
Williamson is the man who had two
gro'es hold Mr. John H. Werts while
beat him nearly to death. Mr. I. H. 3
ant, of this city, represented the I
ate at this hearing.
Then you wake up with a bad taste I
your mouth you may know that you3
ed a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach
d Liver Tablets. They will cleanse
ur stomach, improve your appetite 6
d m.ike you feel like a new man.
tey are easy to take, being sugar
ated, and pleasant in effect. For sale
W. E Pelham & Son.1
Col. Robert Aldrich accepts.
The committee from the literary t
ieties of Ne wberry College have re- 1
ived a reply from Col. Robert Aldrich
which he accepts the invitation to
liver the address before the societies
June next at the commencement. t
The societies are fortunate in secur
g so distinguished and eloquent
eaker for this occasion.
This completes the program for the
mmencement and it comprises a list
literary men and men who in every
iy will make the commencement a
ry attractive one.
A Severe Cold For Three hlonths.
The following letter from A. J. Nus- ~
um, of Bitesville, Ind., tells its own
ry. "I suffered for three months ~
.th a severe cold. A druggist prepar
me some medicine, and a physician'
escri bed for me, yet I did not im prove.
hen tried Foley's Honey and Tar,1
d eight doses cured me." Refuse
bstitutes. Gilder & Weeks.
A Son of Newberry.
Hon. Eugene S. Bleaqe, of Salud",
ent 'bursday in our town. Mr. ]
ease has ably represented Saluda
unty in the Lr'gi.lature for the past
ro years. In the fight which Orange
irg County made to cut Lexington's
presentation from three to two as thei
>portionment bad been made last:.
sar, there was niot a member on the j
or that made a harder fight than did
r. Blease, and his work wars effective.
e will always feel grate-ful for his
indly assistance.-Batesburg Advo
Lockjaw From Cobwebs.
Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave a
oman lockjaw Millions know that!
e best thing to put on a cu' is Buck
n's Aruica S lve, the infallible healer
Wounds, Ule-rs, Sores, Skin Erup
ons, Burns, Scalde' and Piles It
.rs-ri p. nly 25.; at. all Drug
pive you most
Powder as di
, true leavener.
Dr. ('rinm the 41p!ctan.
In the ad. of Dr. Crimm in our last
paper it should have been the 24r.b.
instead of 21st. He has also received
tLe following letter:
Anderson, S. C.
March 10, 1902.
Dr. I. Crimm.
Daar Sir: I can say that
the eye glasses you fitted for me in J.%n
uary are entirely satisfactory. I feel
very grateful to you for the pleasure I
have had in the use of them. My eyes
are weak, but I manage to read a good
deal and I think I see better each day.
I will be glad to consult with you if 1
need any chinges in the future, and
thank you very much for what you
have done. Wishing you success.
Mrs. Jobn W. Daniels.
Don't f:, - t-! k,, vom
jelly . r..d .. -;.. ,
athel'. Isy !:: Arw ,
a t I atin o
eno ct c.
air ti;:hit na id
Umfzl i: I i(:-: ;a 4 her
tw-:1 I. I o ho!:;c.
FUI(:-'L reions wvith
Sold everywhirre. made ry
STANDARD Oit CO.
AVE hings u t datSndyu
I WIL SEL ih balance of the
stocktingslupn's Cash Sor ytur
immeee sacrifice, any reasonable offer
will -not be refused for any article in
the store. U. J. PURCELL
NEW MILLINERY FOR PROS
PE RITY-Mrs. Sara'i W. Calmes
is now in Atlanta learning the art of
trimming bats and will in a few days
return to Prosperity with a select line
of up-to-date millinery, trimnminogs, etc,
and open a new millinery establishment.
Don't fail to e:ramine her stock before .
NO bndletoo small, none too large,
Newrberry Steam Laundry.
INEj~ HOELSTINE BULL-at my I
..pasture in town. Service $1
THOS, F. HARMON.
I MUST CLOSE OUT the remainder.
of the stock in Fiynn's Cash 8tore
this month at some old price.
1t C. J. PURCELL
LL business that's business is "re-J
Aciprocity" business. We help
those who help us; it pays us and them
The Newberry Steam Laundry.
~fRS. ALICE L. GOODWIN will
-' lecture in the Armory this after
noon at 3 o'clock to ladies only.~ Sub
ject: "The Higher Physical Life of
Women." No admission charge.
F you h ave fault to find do not besi
-tate to t:ll us. All complaints are
carefully considered at the Newberry
it dosn't pay to be a
mile behind the band
wagon. Be in it and
let the other feliw do
the following. Moral.
Send your laundry to
the Newberry Steam
LUMBER~ FOR SALE-I am now
ready tofill orders for lumber on'
short notice. Located within one mile
af town. Give me 3our orders.
f2m. GUs B SUMMER
(LEAN LINEN pays. In order to
have it this way scnd it to New
barry Steam Laun;dry.
IRESS MAKING-A ll kinds of d -ess
making, ebildre-n's c!othts a spe
ialty. Prices reasonable
MRS. J1. T. PR ESSON, r
Fourtb door from operat house
t&f St Nance street. c
'TOREBOUSE for Rent-For sale
'or rent. Also a two-horse farm to
rent. A pply to Antine Buzhardt. t&f tf
EMOV ED-I have moved my jew
elry establish ment into the st ore
occupied by Pelham's china ball and
will in the future be in a better posi
tion to serve the public. I keep con
stantly on baind, Gold Watches. Dia
mond and wedding rings, jewelry,
silverware, cut glass, clocks and novel- (
ties. Remember I am prepared to fit
difficult eyes with glasses. Yours for
trade J.GUY DANIELS. I
Homestead Notice. :
N OTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN
that Eliz1beth UI Norris has ap
plied to me to have her a homestead ini
real and personal property appraised
and set off according to law
H HI RIKARD,
Master for Newberry ('oun ty, S. ''
March 7th, 1902. 4
)ssible prices to
me high grade of
not sell shoddy
not take your
in exchange give
)ods. Our's is a
s, done in aclean
tect our custom
elling them wor
We carry fine
)ds, Silks, Hosiery,
,, Ginghams, Per
s, Girls ' Babies.
Il of goods. We
s. We promise
7, fair treatment,
Agood stock to
iave the goods, but we
we do. Goods go a
:omatoes and a lot of
iss than two weeks.
,awake at last, come
:aught the worm and
tise and dont have the
,Watch our advertis
or delay is dangerous.
:e advantage of every
grade, 8e per can.
3 per can.
gh for Prince Henry) 9e per can.
I every line, es~pecially Dry Goods,
goods while competition was blowing
>r the best at the lowest,
The Fair and Square Dealer.
WILL SOON BE HERE.
Make the little children
iappy by dyeing eggs for
We have plenty of White Rabbit
nd Pass Egg dyes, Calico papers.
)f Easter would be to send your best
irl a box of Wiley's Candy.
We always have it in stock.
Splendid line of Bristle goods just
ome in. You can get a good hair
r tooth brush from us.
Let us fill your pre
scriptions. Pure drugs
always used. "The
best is none too good
Mves' Drug Store.
At the lowest P(
be had for the sa
goods. We do
goods. We do
good money and
you worthless g
clean cut busines
ers from loss by s
full lines of
Dry Goods, Dress Goi
Dur stores are fu
ask you to visit u
lowest prices. lN
:ations and a bil
select from. Yoi
dvertise todv sean sel
lying. 5000 2 lb cans i
ther Bargains sold in lE
There are some who
ifter the early bird has <
hen say, why you adver
goods We say to these
nents, come at once, I
here are those who tal
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20031b cans Syrup apples best
150 21 cans Blackberries, 9c pe
500 21b cans Cherries, (good enou
We have bargains for every one i
lothing and Shoes. We bought our
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or the NIext 60 Days
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Mayes' Book Store.
A nice line of cheap
stationery at 25c. per