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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 January 1909

... :*f Cashih BUT POLITE. People's 000004 vacation coverse spent Christ near Ne Anverse Miss eOrleans. here rom ing sev 4Jg is here sdpending the week. with Mi s swas in Baton Rouge Mamie rg asSam ke came up from home ,,ns for the holidays. obb was here during venturE Sartf the week. Mrs. tce Dupuy returned 25th fog mine Sunday night. son, JE Stewart McGehee was in Percy i rdaY Mrs. ,[rl0gden was the holi- day foi of Miss Mabel Gore. Orlean Marks spent Christmas ceded , mother and sister. vitch v percy and his two chil- Miss t Sunday at Shirley. a few hirs. James Kilbourne with 14 for the Christmas time. ing Mi ourne spent the holi- attend inton. Mrs gowell made a business sister bexandria. few dh perkins of Turnbull was Mrs. SMonday. tires MIansker made a flying Frier tonRouge Sunday. Mr gydnor McNair spent ed Th in New Orleans. visit t ad Mrs. Fluker Leake las 1 for Chicago. She l Mrs. A. M. Michel Mr. ( rned from New Or- Mr leave Mrs. Dorsey of Mead- Tenn . visited her mother, ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 2 January 1909

A GOOD ADVERTISE INVESTMENT. YOUR BUSINESS. The best dollar-and-a-half investment a A man can live on bread and water, but  citizen can make is to subscribe for his theean a lttle a and a parish paper. He's sure to get his money's littlee andja'little meat and a few worth, and then'some. By no other *means tables on'his bill of fare feels better and i worth, whle t healthier'A man can "keep" sttmin can one keep so thoroughly andfreliably post ed on the happenings of his home and sur- without advertising, but the merchant who rounding communities. The True Democrat does plenty of judicious advertising) and lives is the official journal of West FelicianaJpar- up to It is bound to succeed and prosper. T* Ish, and a year's subscriptioa to it is worth judicious advertising is like the sugar and the the biggest dollar-and-a-half you ever saw. coffee and the meat and the vegetables. The For your dollar-and-a-half, inythevrway of local newspaper is decidedly the best adver.i news, you wil...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 January 1909

The True Democrat. St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish La., Saturday, January 9, 1909. No. 52 Tunica Notes. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harvey of New Orleans spent the holidays with Mrs. Harvey's mother, Mrs. H. W. Jones. Misses Lola and Helen Row returned last Wednesday from a visit to Mrs. Ruby Shelby. Dr. and Mrs. de Bellard spent Christmas in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. James of New Orleans spent several days recently, with Dr. and Mrs. de Ballard. Mr. Muninger was the guest. of Capt. L. W. Brandon and fami- ly during the holidays. It is with deep regret that the friends of Dr. and Mrs. de Bel lard have learned that they will . bid farewell to Tunica, a few days hence. Miss Linnie Lanius has been the guest of Miss Bessie Reily during the holidays. She re turned to her home at Wake field last Monday. Miss Blanche Tabor returned last Saturday to resume her school work on Monday, after having spent the holidays with her mother in Jackson. Miss Helen Row left for St. Francisville las...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 January 1909

The True Democrat. ELRIE IROBINS)N - Editors. MRS. MAY E.ROBINSON S Off:cial Journal of the Parish of West Fell eiana. the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran cisville. and of the School Board. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter rise, a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter. I a. Advertisers will do well to get ;oint rates for both papers. Entered at the Post Office at St. Francisville. La.. as second-clas mail matter. Subscription, $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, January 9. 1909. Robert FOR BETI'TER STREETS. FCWil In another place is given the J N Net information of the St. Francis- J F hus ville Town Council's desire to 0 SD Sm take up the work of permanent C D L street imp)rovement, a desire H B La which will find an echo in the s breast of every man who has the T T Lay town's good at heart. Jas Lol In the first place it will cost Ruffin I something---every thing worth Jno while does cost-and it will be WI Rc necessary to issue bonds to raise Jas D the money. The suc...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 January 1909

A. VILLERET, tytou Sara, La. quartrs for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Cigars, Candies, Etc. Prescriptions Carefully Filled. ISE YOUR BUSINESS IN TlIS PAPER. _ --,r.ý.isarcitt~.ýt1s.1ý1ký911#fý31S1,1 1º1ºýd Yý.Tý1 KýJ t Kilbourne's rug Store ~lW find a full and complete line of Drugs, Medioines, Toilet Articles, Sundries, Sta Candles, Tobacco, Cigars & Window Glass. If it's good we have it. If we have it it's good. - 1.a HARPER RYE "ON EVERY TONGUE." ntif'ially distilled; naturally aged; best and saf. est for all uses. ptaldropsfrom golden grain; pure and mellow. rich and Sfragrant; the ideal stimulant for universal use. Swlb, Max Mann, Bayou Sara. NýýNNN..._. _ S I. Reymond Co., Ltd., Cer. Main and Third Streets. Baton Rouge, La. o~0s, Notions, Shoes Iiats, 0othing, ousefurnishing, Etc. Brick For Sale. We are prepared to furnish a first-class hard pressed build ing brick in any quanity - - - Wsuld be glad to figure with you If you want good brick - - yo...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 January 1909

Tubular Wells. The Minneapolis Tubular Well has been put in all through the W South as well as the North, and an is the only well by which you can a obtain an inexhaustible flow of water. For particvlars, prices, etc., apply to Henry Graber, ST. FRANCISVILLE LA. I U. BALL, Dentist. 4934 Magazine St., New Orlean La. F JOE GRAHAM, Fashionable and Reliable Tailor. Altering. Cleaning, Repairing and Dyeing. Ladies' Skirts a Specialty. Work done on short notice. Shop located behind Bank of West Fe liciana Building. T. J. HENDERSON, Jeweler. Watches. diamonds, silverware, toilet - and optical goods. Watch repairing a specialty. C J. C. TMAGEARL, ---Butcher= Honest - Weightso Gasoline Ferry Makes Constant Trips. Foot Passengers and Light Packages taken. J. F. IRVINE. HOTEL ROYAL, ST. FRAN('ISVILLE. LA. d -Conducted by I. Mrs. F. M. Davidson. P Board by the day, week, or month. * Moderate prices. Good board. Comfortable Rooms. I m u . . . . .I_ . _ Business Directory.I C L. MUNSON, Attorney'...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 January 1909

 oINAL BUT POLITE. 2 The Boa NN* Francisvil: . mmond spent last bond outsi da in towI, edness on Campbell spfent several light plani 'i this week. in six yea, t has been sick this to take tw v ere has been SE.S. Muse is ill with a liquor lic( tions havi cold. Matthews concluded licenses a gPndaY his short visit here. But at ev( ,Jones was in the city Mon- the prese: fr the day. that not a r Willie Wills is under treat- this sour( at the Sanitarlium. able and ( gr and Mrs. Chaille Percy the affair: Sests at R1reat plantation. To put in ' ,Percy was in town over twenty ay night on business. good tina lW R. Thorns spent last zens shou J end inClinton. complim( GFalconer has moved in the their pub Town house. Encouv . E. Morgan concluded ence, th week a visit to her daugh- take up t M, R. H. Curtaein. street im t heL S. U. cadets have re- ized that to Baton Rouge to re- heretofoi study. stantial ( gon Barrow went to New the pect Wednesday for a short town it i; s trip. anything wcard B...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 9 January 1909

r - A GOOD ADVERTISE INVESTMENT. S YOUR BUSINESS. The best dollar-and-a-half Investment a ( A man can live on bread and water, bt. citizen can make is to subscribe for his the man who has a little sugar and i parish paper. He's sure to get his money's little coffee and a little meat and a few v worth, and then some. By no other means tables on his bill of fare feels better and is can one keep so thoroughly and reliably post- whole lot healthier. A man can "keep" ste ed on the happenings of his home and sur- without advertising, but the merchant l . rounding communities. The True Democrat does plenty of judicious advertisingj and lvl is the official journal of West Feliciana' par- up to it is bound to succeed and prosper. Tms ish, and a year's subscriptioa to it is worth judicious advertising is like the sugar and t the biggest dollar-and=a-half you ever saw. coffee and the meat and the vegetables. The For your dollar-and-a-half, in the way of local newspaper is decidedly the best a...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 16 January 1909

The True Demorat. St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish La., Saturday, January 16, 1909. I E 1 Ar, A 9 1 19 AM1 AA A AL AKEPresident . IIW. RIC(iARDSON, Vice-President. In an LEA K . (F SMIITH, Cashier. of the I the Coul THE PEOPLE'S BANK Sinai T( HS St. Franclsville, La. Kaufma -- ing mal e Capital - - $50,000 erable e upon th I)IRECrTORT: charact ake, K(.. Smithll . A. F. Barrow, Sam'l. Carter, B. E. Ek- paper a ridge, C. Weydert. . F. owell, W. H. Richardson, ig cur Ben. Mann, I. C. \Vickliffe, F. O. Hamilton. is the e S his new Al banking business transacted. Liberal accommodation with sound and conservative banking extended patrons. Mr. r of Desit Bearing 4 Per Cent. Interest to Time Depositors. news. the nel , Iit<a "if it w sounde -rcn 00press 1 t .g u a rd. oerY 8' Foesher H To U (Afs ® luc LI cise th I : ro oOf Aoge.o.y 0 lished Q the tr rING IaT FOLLOWIE RELIAULE 0O@UPAEISI El don't I S NAME ASSETS farthe: NAME conditi Aetna .................... .... $ 14,884,569 00 e...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 16 January 1909

The True Democrat. ELRIE ROBINSON Eduitors. MRS. MAY E.ROBINSON i Official Journal of the I'arish of West Feli ciana, the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran. cisville. and of the School Board. We also own and publish Slaughter Enter rise, a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter, La. Advertisers will do well to get joint rates for both papers. Entered at the Post Office at St. Francisville. La., as second-class mail matter. Subscription, $1.50 Per Year in Advance. Saturday, January 16, 1909. HONOR TO IVHOM HONOR IS DUE. The women of the Era Club in New Orleans were justly incens ed some weeks ago when the formal institution of the Juvenile Courttook place to have their part in introducing this great reform utterly ignored. This, in face of the facts, known to every person who keeps abreast of the news, that the Era Club raised money for Mr. Agnew's work, appeared before the last legislature in behalf of the es tablishment of a juvenile court, having first educated public sentiment...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 16 January 1909

VILLERET, ma ma .ou sara, La. 114 Bare rev arters for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet PoI Articles, Stationery, Gigars, Candies, Etc. Secti prescriptions Carefully Filled. rtl ire by i tKilbourne's Drug Store IE :t flJ a full and complete line of Drugs,: Medicines, Toilet Articles, Sundries, Sta- II H Candles, Tobacco, Cigars & Window Glass. ;:. If it's good we have it. If we have it it's good: T Pe HARPER RYE "ON EVERY TONGUE." Ily distilled; naturally aged; best and saf. est for all uses. drops from golden grain; pure and mellow, rich and Ta'grant; the ;deal stimulant for universal use. s: tlb Max Mann, Bayou Sara.,. . Reymond Co., Ltd., Cor. Main and Third Streets. Baton Rouge, La. Io;eds, Notions, Shoes Hats, hing, Ilousefurnishing, Etc. , Brick For Sale. We are prepared to furnish a first.class hard pressed build lingbrick in anyquanity - - - Wsuld be glad to figure with tul you if you want good brick - - , ou Sara Brick Co. tlM]. J. DERRYBERRY, Secretary. -:- -:- FOR -:- -...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 16 January 1909

Business Directory. Tubular Wells. Th\ Minnea)( oli' Tubular Well has beefn put in all through the ar Sruthlt as wll as tl' North, and ar is the' only well by which you can a obtain an inexhaustible flow of - water. J or martit'vla "S, i)riices, etc., apply to Henry Graber, Si'. 1F'RANClSV1LLE LA. I U. BALL, Dentist. 41:94 Mag.azine St.. New Orleaan. La. JOE GRAHAM, Fashionable and Reliable Tailor. Altering. Cleaning, Repairing and Dyeing. Ladies' Skirts a Specialty. Work done on short notice. Shop located behind Bank of West Fe liciana Building. T. J. HENDERSON, Jeweler. Watches, diamonds, silverware, toilet and optical goods. Watch repairing L a specialty. J. C. MAGEARL, ---= Butcher - Honest - Weights Gasoline Ferry Makes Constant Trips. Foot Passengers and Light Packages taken. J. F. IRVINE. le HOTEL ROYAL, ST. FRANCISVILLE. LA. End -Conducted by ty. Mrs. F. M. Davidson. »op Board by the day, week, or month. Fe. Moderate prices. Good board, Comfortable Rooms. p L. MUNSON, Attor...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 16 January 1909

I0AL BUT POLITE. &ý Mann visited Alexan- 22 eekfit 1 D~ale Cargill has re ere toattend school. be Bamie Butler is visiting in Memphis. St d Mrs. Chas. Barrow w, Sunday from Indiana. ar guise Conrad returned a Orleans Monday. be Buquoi attended theth ily wedding. st Gertrude Weber is visit sister, Mrs. L.W. Rogers. ra SP. Kilbourne was at us on Sunday. N1 ears Allain returned to to s, Sunday. bE J. S. Gore has been suf- cl tortures with a badly in- m eye. m Geraline Fort is expected re Svisit her grandmother, ki oa , J. Fort. St S Wetlin of Woodville was s, t uesday also A. L. Alex- . of Memphis. eo Ventress spent a part of ni with relatives at Wood- p ':ieline Converse came eek from New Orleans b ed relatives. Ida Howell of Baton H has been the guest of 01 r elLeake. , . Haile of New Roads was b W. C. Howell a few p and Mrs. V. M. Jackson p te last half of the week in t( I. Jackson and W J. Fort o both in New Orleans on f, ,also Mr. Ben Man. 8. C. Stirling is expected from Min...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 16 January 1909

SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES Regular Quarterly Meeting held in the Superintendent's Office on Jan. 6 '['lh Board was called to order by I''res. .1. '. lHownlan, the foflowing members being present: Pres. J. P. Bowman. Sec. A. M. HIendon, O D Brooks, M C Levy, C I Argue. C'hes Folkes. W B Smith. The minutes of the last regular and the called meeting were read and ap proved. 'rThe following quarterly statement of the treasurer was received and order ed spread upon the minutes: Balance on hand Oct. I $1505 35 Receipts for the quarter- Current school fund $313 12 Poll tax 1019 00 Police Jury tax 1000 00 Corporation tax 40 07 Rent of school lands 55 00 Fines and forfeitures .. . :230 00 SchoolImprovement League 180 25 Approved high school fund 200 75 Family fees 57 45 Total receipts 3095 84 Total for the quarter $4900 99 Disbursements for the quarter Teachers' Pay. (white) $3970 l3 Teachers' pay. (colored) 103 75 Repairs 168 36 School furnishings& supplies 101 94 Per diem of school directors...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 23 January 1909

The Irue DemoGrat. St. Franciville, West Feliciana Parish La., Saturday, January 23, 1909. No. 5 XVII___ __._ ___..........__.__...=,=, i•, , When for a few Dollars More You Can Own Your Ownilome 1 Semi-Annual Statement Our Objects. OF THE Building and Loan I will pay you to examine the plan of our Association, if you dt M utual* an sire to own a home paying for it in small monthly payments. x Association. The objects of this Associarion are two: For the Six Months Ending Dec. 31.1908. 1. To provide a safe and profitable method of investing the LOCATED AT small savings of its shareholders. . Fra cisi , La. 2. To furnish them with the means of borrowing money to St. Francisville, La build, purchase, and improve homes for themselves. "OFFIERS The funds of this Association are invested in first mortgage loans on real estate. We also lend money upon the simple pledge of 2'..McG. LAWRASON, President. the stockholder's certificate of stock. We are now enteridg our . J. H. PERCY, Vice-Pres...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 23 January 1909

The True Democrat. Le ELRIE ROBINSON I 1litors. 1 MRS. MAY E.ROHINSON \ Omcial Journal of the Parish of West Feli ciana, the Towns of Bayou Sara and St. Fran- ti clsville, and of the School Hoard. We also own and publish Slauahter Enter rise, a weekly newspaper for the town of Slaughter, La. Advertisers will do well to get e joint rates for both pIapers. - 11 Entered at the Post Office at St. Francisville, La.. as second class mail matter. _ Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. 1 Saturday, January 23. 1909. THE RIIGIITE()OLSNESS OFP' TILE fut POLL TAX. tu Commenting on the movement in Virginia to repeal the poll tax ed because it has operated to reduce the white vote, the New Orleans Daily States introduces insid- 1 ious argument against the poll ad tax. In addition to citing the awful effects of the imposition of a poll tax upon the Virginia vot- an ers, which was originally design- Pt ed to reduce the negro vote but ha which also reduces the white vote, the States says that Tex...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 23 January 1909

A. VILLERET ,bT ou Sara, La. carters for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet b Articles, Stationery, Gigars, Candies, Etc. di Prescriptions Carefully Filled. ar Or ki ISE YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS PAPER. Kilbourne's Drug Store til DI If it's good we have it. f wei have it it's good.re iHARPER RYEB ·"ON EVERY TONGUE." fically distilled; naturally aged; best and saf, iest for all uses. dropsfrom golden grain; pure and meries,ch and I' fragrant; the ;deal stimulant for universal use. ? SoldbY Max Mann, Bayou Sara. I. Reymond Co., Ltd., Cor. Main and Third Streets. Baton Rouge, La. Canoods, Totions, Shoes & Window Glats, thing, Housefurnishing, Etc. SBrick For Sale. We are prepared to furnish a first-class hard pressed build r ing brick in any quanlty - - - Isuld be gla t's figure with youIf you want good brick - - on Sara Brick Co. -. AR DEPRYBER RY, Secretary. -:- -:- FOR -:- -: .L lE, MATTIIG, ET. i "ON:- -:- SEND TO -:- -:-NGUE ker furniture Co.s I. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA. Ltd., Cer11-3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 23 January 1909

Tubular Wells. The Minneapolis Tubular Well has been put in all through the South as well as the North, and is the only well by which you can obtain an inexhaustible flow of water. For particvlars, prices, etc., apply to Henry Graber, ST. FRANCISVInLuE LA. 1 U. BALL, Dentist. 4934 Magazine St., New Orleans La. JOE GRAHAM, Fashionable and Reliable Tailor. Altering. Cleaning, Repairing and Dyeing. Ladies' Skirts a Specialty. Work done on short notice. Shop located behind Bank of West Fe. liciaia Building. T. J. HENDERSON, Jeweler. Watches, diamonds, silverware, toilet and optical goods. Watch repairing a specialty. J. C. MAGEARL, - --- Butcher Honest Weights Gasoline Ferry Makes Constant Trips. Foot Passengers and Light Packages taken. J. F. IRVINE. HOTEL ROYAL, ST. FRAN'ISVILLE. LA. --Conducted by Mrs. F. M. Davidson. P Board by the day, week, or month. Moderate prices. Good board. Comfortable Rooms. Business Directory. C L. MUNSON, Attorney'at Law Will practice in thne courts of Eas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 23 January 1909

AL pUT POLITE. Svisited Dutchtown t~s week. JG perkins was at J .' day this week. Gdon Barrow left Tues elemphis. f .sn is expL)ected Sun i ent Monday ginnifg l tome4folks. Douglas Kilpatrick is ex rtly on a visit. stern went to Newroalds SBarrow spent Thllurs g in Baton R(ouge. -W.W Leake spent sev vsin New Orleans. 1T. Muse is suffering *gendon was in the coupt some days visiting the lad Mrs. Stewart Mc rlve been visiting rela f~ilkinson County. fbdneY of Wilson is a Myrtles as her brother, illiams, is quite ill. -[lie Davis has returned a visit to her brother, Otis of Star Hill. Eskridge and J. H. Per in New Orleans this -ogh Connell and small t yesterday with Mrs. lehardson. md Mrs. John F. Irvine spending several days Orleans. C. B. Maguire has gone at 7 aIp to New Orleans and tair and Mrs. Austen Daniel m their third child, a abo r,.last Friday morning. her J. A. Ventress went to hus Oleans, yesterday, accom- Lo( Mrs. Lawrason. wh Bessie and Lillian Reily ch( * d the week-end...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 23 January 1909

A BARGAIN EVENT that will surpass anything tempted in the value-giving line in Bayou Sari. A stupendous bargain-giving movement ever inau Entire Stock consisting of $30,000 Worth of High Grade Dry Goods, Men's and Women's Clothing, Shoes, Etc. Thrown on the Market and Must Be Sold in Ten Days BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, AT 9 A. M. This magnificent stock is to be distributed into the homes of the people at less than half the cost of raw material. It is unparalelled in the annalsof tile history, for this offering combines the highest qualities at the lowest prices ever quoted. THOUSANDS Of SURPRISING, MAGNETIC BARGAINS--PRICE WONDERS THAT BEGGAR DESCRIPTION AND STAGGER Domestics. Apron Checks, new colorings, fine quality, He values, crush ed to . 4e Simpson & Garner and Ameri canPrintingCo's best Ameri can Prints, crushed to, yd 4c Good quality Bleached Domes tic, 8c value, crushed to, yd Sc 36-inch Bleached Domestic, 10c values,i sale price, a yard 6 1 i2 Heavy Brown Domesti...

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