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A puo,b', following:
Woma kn all crea
i~,and no mant
hisy a youth
o, nt sweetheart.
so sweet thilt
,r presence and
IMo the fair sex, we
needs no eulogy:
tImony some bach
Marr1ge, the gate
happy lover leaves
und and returns to
To of a deaf and dumb
t wished them '-un
9 iven to a writer of con
', :said: "The writer's very
1 May he live to be as old
Critic: "The bench and the
ere not for the bar there
e use for the bench."
statesman, while dining
ess on her eightleth birth.
sing her hiettith said:
ti live, my lady duchess. Ull
$ in to grow ugly."
you, sir," she said, "and
ilong continue your taste for
#nking and Smoking,
prevalent idea that drinking
pking are companion vices is al
wrong," said a physician who
Ade a special study of dipsoma
find, on the contrary, that the
hl drunkard is not abnormally
ed to the use of tobacco. Ile may
the weed as a lesser stimulant
en not strongly under the Influence
alcohol, but when the drink gets
.".rmly intrenched In his system he cares
nothing tor tobacco, for then It has lost
Its force and its influence upon his
lerves. Of course I mean in extreme
"On the other hand, it is a rather
curious fact that in the case of the
moderate drinker, who also smokes, the
cutting off of his supply of tobacco will
ncrease his appetite for alcoholic bev
rages, and while at first the liquor
ill not affect him nearly so much as
hen he is smoking, in the end it will
do him up. Consequently it is safe to
aSSume that the man who always used
Uquor and tobacco in moderation will,
eit lie gives up tobacco. take moie
trongly to liquor. In fact, this is no
Assumiption; it has been demonstrated
1n numerous occasions."-Philadelphia
Him IDducation Wasn't Comillete.
No more courteous judge ever pre
sided at a trial than the venerable for
mer Justice of the New York court of
common pleas, Charles P. Daly. The
story is still told among our New York
lawyers how on one occasion a young
attorney, while trying a case, indulged
in considerable vituperation of his op
ponent's witnesses, finally going so far
as to answer the court very sharply
when requested to modify his lan
Knowing that Judge Daly was some
what of a stickler for the dignity of
the judiciary, lawyers and court at
tendants gazed at the offending attos
ney in amazement.
There was a long interval of silence.
Finally the judge leaned over the bench
and said(, with an Ironical smile:
"My young friend, before you are as
01(d as I am you will hav'e learned that
it' is about as well to read Chesterfield
Moslemn Womnen's Freedom.
There has been a vast amount of
pity wasted upon the Moslem wvoman.
.'It may surprise even the woman suf
fragist to learn that the laws of Mo
hammed confer upon wvomen a greater
degree of legal protection than any
code of laws since the middle Roman
law. Only the more recent liberties
and protection granted to married wo
men by the laws of dlivorce and the ex
clusive property rights now In force In
the United States can be p)roperly comn
pared to those in Turkey. Und -r the
Moslem laws the provision for secur
ing to the wife the free and uncon
trolled possession of her property Is
minutely stipulated in the marriage
contract. A suitable sunm is also ar
rangedl for her maintenance in accordi
ance with her husband's rank.-Cenx
Unader- the spell,
'Dashaway-A few short hours ago I
was silting with a girl, telling her she
was the only one in all the world I
ever loved, andm( so forth and so forth.
('lverton-A nd she believed you.
"1How coithl sihe help It? Why, I be-.
lievedi it my 3self"-Life.
"John.i" wi ie red thle good wvoman
in hte dea'td of' the night, "'there are biur
'"You go (lown, dear," repliied John
sleepIly. "'lThey wouldn't dare to strike
Tihe first ste- mier ont thle PTa mas was~
the Mar.jory in 181-l. lThe lii-hmondl
followved hter a y'ar finer
E V E R Y
6 days of Matchless
Newberry's Cheapest Dry C
foreign and domestic dress
of underwear for men, wom
The fall business has beei
every day who sells it for les
customers that heard about
have told us that we have th
to select from than elsewl
counters we hear the worc
same goods. Get in line anc
Only 39 days until Xmas,
the Cash Store every day.
Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock we throw
on big e>nnter ear eutranen 50 pieces fine
West of England Broad Cloth. The worth
of this suit material the world over is $1.25
per yard, our 6 day price only 72jc.
100 pieces fine plain and fancy Zibiline
tbe rage for ladies and children suits in all
the benutiful t;hades and patterns, worth
up to 80c the yard, our 6 day sale price
46c yd. Don't buy your dress until you
40 pieces Bauger Venetian in tan, gar
net, light blue, grey and brown, priced the
state over at 62e, our price 47c yard.
1 pieces 57 inch suiting, the goods that
sets the tongues of every cash store s,hop
per talking, for the 6 days selling 48c yd.
6 Day Silk Selling.
20 pieces 36 inch Silk just opened in
Pan de Soie and plain Taffeta. We are
going to do the silk selling for the next
6 days. Now is your time to buy a fine
silk dress or waist for a little money. The
silk wvorms are still thriving andl we enn
5 pieces 36 inch guaranteed Taffeta,
$1.30 kind 89c yard.
5 pieces 36 inch g'naranteed Taffeta,
$1.50 kind 99c yard.
5 pieces 36 inch Pau de Soie Silk, $1.75
5;pieces 86 inch Pan de Soie Silk, $2.00
Ask for these numbers at Newberry's
up to (date Dry GJoods store.
D A Y T H I
Bargain Giving. Join the h
oods Store. The store is turn
goods, 6 day sale of staple ev
en and children, 6 day sale of i
'i the best in our career becat
s. Every 24 hours business bi
Newberry's Cheapest Dry Got
ie Dress Goods stock of the toi
iere and by the hundreds o
is as they are passed along.
i follow the crowds. Meet yo
Fhe horne stretch will be a fini
We did the underwear business the last
week. If every garment we sold was un
raveled it would made a thread fence all
250 Ladies Vests piled near entrance,
We have stacked as many feet with
Cash Store Stockings as any two stores in
Newberry, South Carolina, because we sell
the Double Heel and Toe, Extra Heavy
Ribbed Hose-- 3 p-tirs for 25v For 0
(lays longer you can, get what Non wart
only 6 pairs to a customer.
One corner of our store room--tbe left
hand cotnier, is packed wvith cold wventher
Comforts. You cani ask prices elsrewhiere,
but only buy at the~ Cash Store, where
prices are lowest.
1,000 Dollars wortu iif all the newest
creatioris in dIress trimmings just landed.
S STE E
ippy band of buyers and visit
ad over to you. 6 day sale of
ery day dry goods, 6 day sale
:apes, jackets and fur values.
ise the people are finding out
-ings us face to face with new
>ds Store. Hundreds of ladies
vn, more new up to dateness
f new customers that line our
Cheaper than elsewhere, the
ur friends at the Cash Store.
sher to all competition. Hunt
On Monday evening we oponed 27 pieces
the Persian fanciers in White Waistings,
has the beautiful finish of Satin, will wash
and improve every time. For 6 diay sell
ing 24c yard.
Ouly 67 Inf( out of the big order of 9613
dollars worth--if your size can be found
in the lot your price will be coniidered.
For Jackets, Capes !ind Furs come to see
106 Plush Capes slightly danagod in
rail road wrvek worth $1.50, six day price
100 Furs, to close out the lot o, vorth
50 Furs, to close out the loi $1 24, worth
20 Firs, tc ell ot tie lo' $1 48. worth
50(0 Towels 4ec each.
tO0) T'ows 9c worth 15Se each.
.3001 ali Linen T'owels worthi 30edi a.385c
onily 19e each.
For Men OoIy
267 Heavy W ork Shirts worth *40c and
50Oc, the teate over our 6 dlay price. 25e
Follow the magnets of low prices. It.
draws you to Newberry 's Cheapest Store.