Dade County Sentinel
Dai* SuperlorCJiirt meets 3rd Mondays l .
Hljrch and Seo torn tier.
County Court (monthly tarn.) meets Sn.
Monday in each months.
Quarterly term meets on 3d Monday in Keh
luary. May. August, and Novetnlmr tv. r
Jacoway. Judge. J. G. lisle, County Solicit...
.Instice curt for Trent n District meets s
Si tltrday in each mouth.
t'oVSTV Offtcrks. — 1 . A. ('ureton, Onllnar
J.S. Allison, Clerk Superior Court; Kobe.-
barter, Sheriff; C, A. Rryan, Tax. ollecto
tV. T. Hartline. Tax Receiver. }. MCa.tie
terry County Treasurer; W. (}. Morrison
Surveyor. and Dr. James Donnally, Coroner
CHCROnSBRVr KS.—M. K <huie.li .tan.
4th Pun.lavs in each mo. Mi. I’.ayer m.t n<-
o ich Tlinisd ly ui/hf. Sunday School ever'
Sunday morning nt 5.30.
C. E. Bower. I’astor.
Services nt Cu lberlan 1 l’resl.yteria.
(hureh every 31 '"unday in each month. Sim
and .y School each Sunday morning at !i;3u.
Missionary Baptist services at the C. 1*
lliurch Ist Sunday In ... h nonth.
A. Bell. I’astor.
Col. John G. Male of Rising
F t.vn ■.•as in town today.
Rev. C. K. Bower’s pleasant
cmntenance ilhiniinatetl our office
for a short while today.
Holt. G. W. M. Tatum is ex
pec'tti hone from liilan a tomor
1). A. .licks .0 is off on a visit
to relntic ‘S in Tennessee, He
wishes to a**k th J aftentitm of th
puitlic to his advvriisement which
will appear in next issue.
The infant < hi] 1 of Mr. A. M
Pryor dieil Thursday morning ai
G o’clock. Death caused by bold
Sheriff Cuter, J. M. Castleberry
and Stati'ey .Jeffrey mode a bn-i
ne*s trip to G butt at. ooga this wee k
Genial Mr. Tom Lumpkin o'
New England visited oar offic
Messrs. Jo®, ph and Robert Pry
m from A scald , were seen on out
MAN I ED —You to know that
legal advertising is payable strict
It in a.I vance.
Miss Neon.a Killian will go ti
tli** sitv shopping tomorrow. 8h
wilt leturu Saturday night.
Prof.. Jesse Hufhes.of Chattan
ooga, was in town today.
TI ev will be a sale at Mri.J. C
Stn itb'a totijormw.
Rev R L Killian and wife pass
ed Unougb our town the first of tie
"' ek enroute to Gadsden wner.
they will make their future horn*.
W.T. McCarthy is very sa
hearted now; hie has. girl was sect
°n *he train Thursday niomint
enroute to Gadsden, Al.ibanitn;
her lu'tjre home. Cheer up Thomas
)l s only an hour or two’s run dowt
Notice our dubbing proposition
of the ladk Countv Sentinel and
the Semi-Meeklv At.at.la Journal
M e are going to have the Journal
Find our readers a sample copy
ti.dr paper, nftor wdiieh, v.*‘
J ' cr] |i| .
to • Dountv Sentinel
, a, 'd receive thr e pup. rs a week
for the price of one l ake ;id*’nn
tag l ) of this offer wl.ile 'he i'on i
hot and get a m gmficenl ha gain
We mm if h re a </o>nl, tit way
totnnmnlca'ioii from t<t< It town
Hw *f jtOH'ufJirr in )/,e r runty each
v"-*k b'ffiuiiiny ul h Xovethber
hvut'tr. Of cm rue, yow want
1 " Hre nr home paper full of
>we from every QUARTEII OF
Tit ic c, t it\ rv. ao ir, hits' r
-Pi EASE 1)0 \u T If JIT
7o “ ill KOIII EH M iJV, BUT
i"*t Tj K /■; up you. PE V and
WRITE m the mu You vill feel
Reiter by having Jone your p nin ditty on
*“ line. Try it anfi s-e.
I^ r ' Trail Tmiurn linpp'nvit to
■ hk)B (i serious acoiileni VI on Jay
■ 'us J,iv a, t'lit’le when nn un
■-’ 8 <J tr ran again t His horse.
tots fell anil Mr. Tatum re
■P'ed 1 ainfu tnju is in left
■”* e r. hi , and knee. H.*
■ r;i , en> o irit, however, ha?
t Yard-! a apid rccov
■ •till he w ll resuu.e bis busi~l
B" ? ve.-y a >on .
■r.„ Tho 0r!0 Day Cplfl Cura.
H n Jii Chorol.Tt*'H LuxaUvu Quinine for
® t rt ' I*™*** CMldma
Datle County Seuiinel In
stead ot Stale of Dade
We assume the liberty to tip
our hat to Ihu public and render
an appropnaie Low to the gener
ous people of the great county of
Dade vhile we beg leave to intro
duce J iie Date County Sentinel
We do not caie to .o on iecord as
m king any premature claims it
behalf of the i.ew sheet, any mor.
than to state that we are p rfeotli
willing for its introduction solely
jpon and by reason of that fea
ture of its makeup which is readi
ly discmialbe to ihe eye of its
readeis. However, it is to be
•oped that, if there appears any
changes, in any respect touching
'be character and style of the pa
per, the criticisms, while honestly
warranted and wholly justifiable
vhich may loom up in the distance
.(•cording to the laws of cause and
•ffect, tv.II beheld in abeyance to
the far reaching oyesight of a con
siderate aud forgiving people.
Our intention is to offer noth
of but a plain, clean, aceommn
lating little county periodical
whose sole aim shall be to serve its
•eaders at any lime and all times
mi any stylo at its command.
Were it not for the tact that
most county sheets are entirely
lependm t upon the counsel and
support ot the people to whom mav
>e attributed their existence and
success, we might be sornenh it in
dined to go astray at some leisure
hour and bother our insignificant
-took of b.-ain attempting to grasp
tie mysterious and fathomless
lentlisot some subjects with which
he colu oos of the great dailies
ire filled from time to time; but
ve are thoroughly of the opinion
hat modesty and fitness and p ro
riety will only a <k at the hands of
>ur humble little paper that will
ogn.-sj arid promptness with
vhich it shall al ways respond to
•all of duty from any of its read
rs t< itching home affairs.
Brother, you to whim this lit IL
taternent is addressed, we want
o have an opportunity *o show
voo that your wants shall he look
•and after. If we can ever serv*
vou nd you fail to notify us if tin
privilege, we are trank to say the'
'he sin of omission on this 'ine,
n our opinion, will never assert in
olank and meaningless aivusation
We hope to i 'easanHv serve vo.
in givnia you the county, stal
r.d national news. It shall h
ur coveted privilege to allow von
legal voice,i t anv time upon an'
•opula an l interesting subjefi
'•hich mav occur to your mini
rom day to dav.
Now, we do not only talk this,
'mr. we MKAV eyerv word of i*
vmv, tit conclusion we sa? tin.
>tn aim -.111111 he. -is the new till
•pplips. to guard ai every i s f ntv
he wdfare of those tor whom m.
• v wlmni the paper is perpitualed
'l st assured that nothing will In
• ft undone, though attempted hi
>e:ik bun an imperfection,"to mak*
clean, conse'v tiv •, fair and ev
r ancorninoHating county paper
B'Gier. do you want to help u
to tin \things? if you do,* w
vant to rSogest that you lend ti
our supiNl and influence;
.ua r Hiilee a rate of interest
Thunk : ng \ advance foi
our con'.idera at least, ueh-c
I. lie an-“n.i>' 'tumble ser
W. D. B. Chambers*
THE NORTHERN TOURISTS
Scene, R9UI ning From Church
For 'he Sentinel
’Twas su m> r time each -dar sublime,
Shone out with golden pin : Tq
To ' lner the spell w hen days f Tewell
Gave night the £irk dominion.
U|> rose the moon by far too soon,
Night no longer concealing
An A grl l.iir with graces rare
Her silver light levealing.
-f ntmneed I viewed his form endued A
\\ ilh robes of beauteous design
! rambling with fear then 1 drew
This fair vision of tijr.
Tlie kind her arm fvsio|jp >y j
ilauisheil my indecision,
llerc'inrms divine- Oh, mine
To tu ke the supervision. M
Now purest joy without I my
Warmed my lent wlt^femotion,
Happy and hle-t I
Hie queen of my devotion.
I seized her hand so well 'twas planned
A white kid gto-’e did grapple,
If mother Eve could thus deceive
’Twere Ittcfc to eat the apple.
Now then a kiss comes not a miss
8o ladies do iOt wonder
I raised her veil Infernal, hail
A nigger winch, by thunder!
DADE COUNi'Y SENTINEL, TRENTON, GA,. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Ist, 0)01
THREE PAPERS A WEEK.
LOR ABOUT TUB
PRICE OH ONE-
This paper and the Atlanta
Twice-a-Week Journal for
Here yon get the news of the world an
all your local news while it is fresh, payinj
veiy little more than one paper costs, ti
ther paper is well worth SI.OO, but by spe.
.al arrangement we are enabled to put i
both of them, giving three Tapers a wet
for this low price. You cannot equal this
any where else, aud this combination is the
beat /iri iniunt for those who want a
great paper and a home paper. Take these
aud you will keep up with the times.
The Semi-Weekly Journal makes com
mon cause with the fanners ann pvblishes
bund redsof letters from them on farm top
i. s, describing their exjierience in making
It is a paper devoted to the development
of the resources ox the south and the wel
fare of its people.
The Journal is the authorized medium
for the publication of matter relating to the
Cotton Growers’ Protective Association, and
has contribut.d largely to the increased
price paid for cotton this season.
Besides general news the Twice-a-Week
Journal has much agricultural matter and
other articles of special interest to farmers.
It has regular contributions by Sam Jones,
Al rs. \\. 11. Lelton, John Temple Graves,
Hon. C. 11. Jordan and other distinguished
Call at this .office and leave your sub
scriptions for both papers. You can get a
sample copy of either pa|icr here on appli
NOTICE I HIS
Tam selling goods
at the same old f tarnl.
[ am here to stay, and
.ill it a point not to
he undersold. Here
art some of my prices:
flatirons 5 ( v.l
OuGng Gooffs ,5c v.l
Good Rercalffl 10c yd
inis from 75c to $1.50.
Special llarg*vns in
Fable and Pocket
Be sure tocnll and examine my
<tonk. Stuple and Fancy Grocer
ies at Bottom prices. Also a com
plete stock ot Patent Medicines
kept continually on hand. Bridles,
lollars, Saddles dollar Pads, etc.,
• s Low as the LOW ES T
Anything in stock low down for CASH
r KAi;i i;t;.
J. M. CASTLEBERRY.
WHEN IN TWE CITY
To Gall and see me a I 300
Vhiteside Street, where I mav be
ou <i still dispensing ‘he best
•Vinskies. 'Vines and Tobaccos to
ie found in dhaltnnooga .
Jt you don't care to drink call
AND SEE m ANYWeY.
E 11. MADE,
The Georgia Siloon.
y Tool I
< **- f
if £ ——lULy II \ 1]
t f 'i
; MItAEiyBOE ONE 2093 MiLES IN 132 HOURS
; Superior to all others Irrespective
of price. Catalogue tells you
why. Write tor one.
NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO.
! 330 BROADWAY, Factory.
w New York. BELVIDERE. ILL.
thing to patent? Protect yonr 1 vitas; they mi
bring you wealth. Write JOHN WKDDBK
BUKN4 CO., Patent Attorney*, WM'nnsttl i
D. O . for thalr JI.WO prize offer. . .
are fSL iH any
yob m head
DEAF? /PWfpN NOISES?
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those bom deaf are iacurablc.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
Daltimore, MJ.. March 30, 1001.
Gentlemen . lleinfr entirely cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, I will now give you
a full history of my case, to be used nt your discretion.
About five year.* ago my right ear began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost
tny hearing i:i this car entirely.
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, success, consulted n num
ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me that
only an operation could help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head uoiscs would
then c?asc, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever*
I then saw vour advertisement acciden ally in a New York paper, and ordered your treat
ment. After I had used it only a few days according to your directions, the noise? ceased, and
to-day, after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased car has been entirely restored. I thank you
heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours.
F. A. WURMAN’, 730 S. Broadway. Haltimore, Md
Our treatment does not interfere with i/our usual orcujiation.
Ex™,ton nild YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF.AT HOME ata^ lnol
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO. ILL
Look In Your Mirror
Do yon see sparkling eyas, a healthy,
tinted skin, a e weet expression and a grace
ful form l These attractions are the result
of good iealth. If they are absent, there
is near v always some disorder of the dis
tinctly feminine organs present. Healthy
menstrual organs mean health and beauty
Wins of Cardui
makes women beautiful and healthy.
It strikes at tbe root of all their
trouble. There is no menstrual dis
order. ache or pain which it will not
cure. It is for the budding girl, the
busy wife and the matron approaching
the change of life. At every trying
crisis in a woman’s life it brings
health, strength and happiness. It
costs SI.OO of medicine dealers.
For advice in cases requiring special
directions, address, giving symptoms,
“ The Ladies' Advisory Department,'*
The Chattanooga Medicine Cos., Chat
tanooga, Tenn. •
MRS. BOZENA I.EWIS, of Oenaville,
Texas, earsi—“l was troubled at monthly
Intervals with terrible pains In my head a:td
beck, bet have beeu entirely relieved by Wine
Ceorge W. Wheeler,
TKE\Th\ - - GEORGIA.
First class bhicksir ith
ing at reasonable
Horae phoning at.d
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office Eat Side Public Square.
BEN T. BROCK
TRENTON - - - - GEC HA
Prompt all business
in rusted to him.
THE POHTftAITS CF
Wilh Biot > 'hical Sketches
GENER'I H. GROSVENOR.
flcmht-r ul lUiMfresi!* lor ncarlj 20 years.
v Contains tv Bty-loui large Photo-gravu.e
Rtchinsrs fronJic |amtings iiulorsed by chr
families anti ilr relatives of the Presidents.
Printed on b ■' plate paper, < mbossel. a
very large b' M t J tle (le?ipntMl by Tiffa
ny. Biogr:' Mt't'X sketohe printed in larjic.
open t\ pe it Quo colors. The greatest work
ol the 2oth ilntui v. So I eautiful that when
President saw it he subs ril>l ini'
mediately. l>ne agent selling 00 copies n
mills terrl Ir yin I'eunsy lvania. A million
copies will fe sold cuiek. Fortunes will le
mH>li this fi itifniral year. High class man or
woman of od social standing can make t
little foi i.e in this ten iN'ry. Territory is
going ri ily, running day and night
to Cl or ts.
Want .—State Manager to look after corre
• ponde _*e and agents.
Addre to-day THE o\TIN KNTAL PRESS,
jS, - waaiiinuton. and. c.
A tYoufterfal Dlccovery.
The laef quarter of a century record*
I many wonderful discoveries in medicine,
but none that have accomplished more for
humanity than that sterling old household
remedy, Browns’ Iron Bitters. It seems to
| contain the very elements of good health,
I and neither man, woman or child can take
it without deriving the greatest benefit,
frowns’ Iron Bitter a it sold br til dealer*
1.1 SI’t.TIVO FltoM
DERANGEMENT OP STOMACH
LIVER, Ol BOWELS,
"I don't bolicvo ,
//frSfßft there ever was s<> J.
J jC3''j g'Hd a ]>ill made t
as Ayer’s Cnthstr- c
/£f tl: Tills. They *
if’ will dually mi roe. t
■w ,y 14 * rop omnicitd them tor .
F y ’fj'fr 1 and cv i more. *
j* / J'A \ When I have a t
' ’ \ ' cold and aclio C
from head to heels, a dose or two of c
these pills is all the niedieine needed to o
set mo right Hgniii. T r hoad.icl.e, they ®
never fail. I have Leon a victim of t< r- Qt
rihlc leadachcs, r.nd have never found o
anyt'.ing to .clieve them so quickly .is ®
Ayer’s Tills. Since ) began taking this 0
medicine, the attacks have been less and o;
less frequent, until, at oresent, months ®;
have passed since 1 have had one.*’—C. 0 :
F. Newman, Png Spur, Va. o:
AYER'S PIC LS c
Prize Medal at Worm s Fair
DapeiOC 00000 o oeoo O Ofip.oo oi
BY BUTINO OtnCOT FROM 1
£. ROSENBURGER & CO.. I
203-204 E. 102d St., NEW YORK CITY.,
The Largest Clothing '
Manufacturers In America. |
ous qiscat bargain orreni
VV ■ with Extra Pauls and kM • B W
t# Pay Eiprtmgt.
Tdtu Salts arc made ny of A * l Waal Caaal’werea'
trim mad arltk fast l>lck S.:ttea, tkt beat •( ai kata a*
atalp, cat Duobtc Preaatcri, Slats, j la 9 tear*, witk
•ilk Embroidered Sailor Collar. 10 to 13 rear*, with
out Sailor Collar. All Paata bare Patent Walat Danda
Waaand place* of tin . lot. ad extra button*, with
•ath auiL k.udl) mrnlivn if large ar amall for age.
"'.s' Thl* Style
§ ♦ Jfcww kUt, 3to g I
- ( f£f *hl* turn / vqjgjp Ica
;-F V" -K P """ N—T [to
jr -J y * o^)jy~m
When ordering send Pitt OfTica
eaprtaa Mowey Order *r t*terad Hr Wg
Letter*, also age at lat bl.bdaf, lf(0|
and If large or small for hi* age. ■| Ss |
Money cheerfully refunded If oot VA V*J 1 J
aatlafactory. Send it. ntamp* for Ulnl
•ample*, tape measure, mensarlng
Tetter, Sait-Ilheum and Rczenaa.
The intense itching and smarting, inci
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very had cases
have been permanently cured by it. It.
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cady’s Condif'nn Powders, are
just what a horse n< when in bad
condition. Tonic, ’ urifier r~ •’
vermifuge. They food
medicine and the ltest
horse in prime condi 25
certs per package.
- £ ,
the g elv * STEVENS FAVORITE
It will teach him to lead an attire outdoor life In
field and foreet. It will fire him a practical acquaintance
with nature. It will eneourafe practice in shooting, wbcb
tend* to glee steadiness of neree, noon racy of eye. TDe
will be valuable qualities in after life, and, aboen all. it
will five him health. . .
It la aa area rat* rifle. r l> • Ter 7 J"* W **J*
yon hold it; 1* light weight, graceful in ©otllne. a bona Ode
arm in appearance and eonetroctlon; nothing cheer ******
It but the price. Made In three ealibrei .l*, aod .H
X.. IT-PI.I. <>•*■ Slßfcto
Me. m-T.mrt W*ht.
X. 19-Libm Mn* *°®
Ait jour detier fbr tile “F.Twrtt*.” If he doe.a
keep tt. we will .end preptid ot teeeipt of price.
Stnd .1 <tm P for our wow IJlptpe ealaiofuo
containing descriptions of owe entire fine o/
rifles, target pistols and eombinatum rifiMM
and pistols, and general information.
J. MTEVENB ASMS At TOOL Cfl.,
Bax • • Ckta yee Falla, Mma
HAND PAINTED CHINAWARE
Free to Our Customers.
. . AT THE • .
222 MONTGOMERY AVENUE.
rickets Given with Each Purchase of 25
Cents or More.
No Chance, No Lotery; We Have Enough for
You can see Them in our Show Window.
Wc Have the Most Complete Line of Dry-
Goods, Hats, Shoes and Clothing in the
City, and at prices that defy Competition.
Don't fail to see out Timed
Hats and Jackets before buying,
We have a flue line of Winter Goods of all kinds in Cot
ton and Wool, Flannels. Hanneletts aud Outings at all
prices and our Prices are always the Lowesti
W*, hive on** of the 1 itrij at und b.ist RR*ort
..i line. i>i SHOKRevcr .ecu in LhattauooKa,
and at Koek Motion, price...
Baby Shoe,, in eoloiß at 10c pr.
,'hildrenN .hoe, from 00c up
Ml,Rea “obiid Leather Shoos 07c
L. die. Heel "r Spring Heel, worth 11.16 9-ic
I.mile, $2. Rhoe, lOr 1.60
l.adle, Tines3 Goo'year Welt at 2,50
Boys in Sutin alf and Kip Ties,
Solid mh Iron at 08c
Men, Kip Ties. Teggoil and Sewed, no
Seim in Bark fur 1 00
Mena fine Sht.es, worth 11.50 to f2.00
.foil lot, at LOr
Job Lot ol $2, 2.26 and 2 60 Bftoes, going
Fine $3 and 8 50 shoes at Keducod Trlcea,
A Big Bargain. —Mens Hats 69c.
Mens Winter Capa from 15c to 50c.
Just Received a Big Lot of Rem.
mints from the Factory in Cantan
Flannels, Culicoea and Perca\9
which we will sell at 25c pr pound.
Dress Skirts from 75c to $5
Me you thinking of Buying a
Skirt? DON’FAIL to SEE them.
A Good Wool Filled Jeans at 13c yd
3 Good Felt Window Shades for 25c
3 Spools Best Thread 10c
Best Grade Table Oil Clotn at 15c
Big Lot of Indigo Blue Calico at 4c
A Large pair of Cotton Blankets at 49c
A Good Comfort Quilt for 69c
2 pair Heavy Fleece Lined Hose for 25c
The Biggest Bargains ot all is in
our Jackets for Ladies and Chil
dren. We defy Competition. We
Bought them right and we will
sell them right, po don't fail to call
and examine them before you buy.
100 DOZEN BOYS HEAVY Ribbed Hose, Worth 15c at 10c pair,
THE WONDER STORE,
222 MONTGOMERY AVE.
-Don’t Fail to Call Tor Tickets on the CHINAWARE—
iffiU L Low Rates (o Texas.
m \ At frefent intervals dur*
i \ n^J9oi.VfoundlTrip
A-h Lj Q'^ or I 1 Cairo.and
HP* P 7") 10 P^nts
tDr jJ v , liMrM4 n ' , A r,<ansas * Louis-
M^ exas anc *
1 h i nl|cr and Okla
rJTLt . Territories^
X\ N //rrfi&i ?W B f eatly reduced
J / l M W/f/moi\v&^
I 111 ) ■’,’/ i * \
| | I \i $5/ I /fj //• 115 yfl'J warn to go: ai
I | V jti i IWVf* you Woul4 ** M te**e. and w.
I"1T 'll \W V ■„_".V.' r. m . teH you wl ' r i you can secure one
111 ll low-rste tickets andwhat It will
If 111 \A y 1 • <°st- We will also send you a complete
ILeeawn 111 \ : / . .schedule for he trip and n interetiln#
Pi I /in S \// .‘ ! tittle book. "A frir to Texax"
V\ J lJ J iMf V/// if I . v - *
)Vyy7~Xni€/ V/ t *.—*•
ry///?Py 1I f J'W.uwoK.ir.miA.ximwm
Schnayps Tobacco 35c lb
Joe Bowers Tobacco 3oc lb
Big Buck Tobacco 35c lb
Brutou’s Snuff, 10c size 8c
“ 5c “ 4c
Staudard Snuff, 10c size . 8c
Standard Snuff, 5c size 4c
Botch Scotch Snufl, 10c size 8c
Ifotch Scotch Snuff, 8c size 4c
Arbuckle’s Coffee 11c lb.
Winter Underwear for Men, Wony*-
Children in all kinds and
ion Suita in all sizes. _ "
Extra Heavy, going at 25c suit.
Ladies Heavy ttjhbed Vests 15c 2 f’r 25c
Ladies Exvra Civy Vests or Pants
The Best and Warmest Suit on the -.
Market at S B ®
Boy Heavy Fleece Lined Suit* at 50c suit
or 25c per garment
The best thing you ever saw for the
price is our 25c Underwear for men.
Better Grades from s® up.
Shirt Waists fiv Finn Mercorwed
Sateens, ail colors, lined.' through
out. Woith f1.60, at 97c
Ali-Wool Waists Trimmed in
The Cheapest Place to Buy Chil
drens Kelt Sailors and Ladies
Walking Hats in all Shapes and
Trimmed Hats, prices that will
surprise and please you. Just
think of a Fine Velvet Hat, worth
$2.50 to $3.50 at $1.97.
Samples in Overcoats at Less than
Factory Cost, Don't Fail to see
Them, They are Real Bargains.
Clothing in all Kinds and
Qualities at Cut Prices.
Mens All-Wool Winter Suits from