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ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY JUNE 28 1903 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 AYEAR
* Grand Sale of New Whi
Without a doubt we offer
* best bargains ever known in I
+ 25 pcs. White Dotted Swi.
* quality, your choice 19c.
+ 50 pcs. Persian Lawn, the
* kind, to go at 16 2-3c. yd.
15 pcs. White Organdie,
50c. kind, to go at 22 1-2c.
25 pcs. White Checked Di
25c. kind, to go at 1Oc. yd.
* 50 pcs. White 40-inch Law
* kind, to go at 1Oc.
*- 1200 pcs. Plain White Lawi
* 20c. kind, to go at 1Oc.
1000 pcs. Plain White La
and 12 1-2c. kind to go at 7 1
* 48 inch French Lawn at 19
* This is a corker, washable F
* 48 inches wide, real value 35c.
* 6 to 7 yds. make a dress. 19
Good Shirting Prints; other c
you 5c.; Mimnaugh's price 3c
* Cotton Toweling 18-in. wide
* charge you 5c., Mimnaugh's I
* ,Brown Linen 27-in wide,
* charge you 15c., Mimnaugh's
$ is, all you have 1
NEW COUTY GAVIGN tha
UVUAL~ Ul.JJL~LU can
SCHEDULE ARRANGED the
CAMPAIGN 'TO OPEN ON 'I
. FOURTH OF JULY. siol
The Managers of Election For the B
Various Boxes Chosen-Execu
tive Committee Meeting. pre
At a meetiLg of the county demo- I
cratic executive committee, held in
the court house dn Saturday, the 1
county campaign schedule was sear-1
ranged, managers of election for a; j
number of boxes chosen. and other A
important business transacted- A
The meeting was called to order jA
by County Chairman S. S. Cunning- A
The sercetary and treasurer. Mr. A
John. WV. Earhardt. tendered his re- A
signation on account of the fact that A
he is in the race for the legislature. A
Mr. B. B. Leitzsey was unanimously A
chosen his successor. Mr. Earhardt - T
was tendered the thanks of the comn- con
mittee for his services.
It was brought to the :ittention 0f
the committee that the county cam
paign schedule as arranged at a pre
vious meeting did not suit some of the
the candidates on account of business ado
engagements which conflicted with
some of the meetings. Another rea- te
son' urged for making a change in tha~
the schedule was that the candidates and
and the people were entitled to know anc
who were going to be in the various
races earlier than the 25th of July,
the state constitution of the party
providing that the time for filing of
pledges shall'expire at 12 o'clock I
noon on'the day preceding the open- ter.
in camnaign meeting. Tt was urged o
irlains from the Big Auction Saii
Goods. The big E
tured the cr
,ome of the on sale thir
Vhite Goods. heard of En
>s, the 35c. windows fil
: widths looke
25 and 35c. : reached the
. Mimnaugh I
yds. wide, don't believ<
. quote two Ic
mity, 20 and : No. 1-%
n, the 15c. ' than 1Oc., t
you want at
i, the 15 and No. 2.
wn, teyes ever i
wn, the 10 Some 5 and
-2c. . Swiss, some
C. : lucky strike I
rench Lawn Mimnaug]
very stylish, short length
c. per yd. : Mimnaugh's
tores charge : Unbleachi
,other stores Newberry
>rich 2 1-2c. to go at 1Oc
other stores . Cottonade
Drice 1 Oc. to go at half
ranger in Newberr
:o do is fc!ow the 4
: all who intende& to enter the future.
tpaign would be able to make up
r minds before the date suggested On i
the opening of the campaign un- decide<
the new schedule proposed, the of ple<
of July. Iessme
here was a great deal of discus-I July 2
i in regard to the matter, and a of Sati
imittee, consisting of Dr. George of ass,
-romer, Mr. R. T. C. Hunter, aid pledge:
J. R. Scurry was appointed to
>are and submit a schedule. The
hey reported the following sched- tion w
which was adopted: boxes.
The Campaign Schedule. variouw
Ily 4-Whitmire. Irepre
2y 5-Williams Store.
2ly 6-Longshore. Old
ily 7-Utopia. Your
ugust g-Prosperity. ' Pfr
ugust 1o-Jalapa. Caro
ugust 16-Mt. Pleasant. McFall
ugust 17-Mt. 'Bethel. Fact<
ugust 18-~Pomaria. F. H. (
ugust 1g-Jolly Street. Moll,
ugust 24-Little Mountain. Wilson
ugust 26, night--Mollohon mill. Hele
ugust 27-Newvberry- kins. S
uigust 27. night-Newberry mill. .Hart
his 'campaign provides for the Nobles
Sicts which before existed and ai- jJohn
or the two weeks of court.
Report of Auditing Committee- Gan
he auditing committee submitted Brown,
following report which was Mt.
Me. y'our committee to audit the Mull:
surer' books, beg leave to report Sease,.
we find the accounts wvell kept
i vouchers correct and a bal- Mt.
on hand of $58.gi. IFres! S
"R. T. C. Hunter. May'
"B. B. Leitzsey,
"E. Lee Hayes. W\hit
n motion of Mr. R. T. C. Hun- Long
it was decided that no hotel bills E. Cha
.atet cndia;tes be paid in the
ATEST OF ALL
i's Sales Be
wirn-ing K. %
of Sweetser, Pembrook & Co., New York,
mbroidery sale last week cap- C I
owd. Another big pile to go
week. No doubt you have .
ibroidery sales; you have seen SI
led with them. Some of the o
d tempting, but alas! when you SI
sale they had melted away.
ias never fooled the people. I $
. in such store-keeping. We
i,500 yds. beautiful Cambric
nothing in the lot worth less
iey go at half price, buy what h
5c. the yd. h
The most tempting Jot your .
easted upon for this price. 2
6 yd. strips of Cambric and Wl
worth 15, 20 apd 25c., our :
ands them to you at I Oc. the yd. : t
i's trade winners, White Lawns,
s, other stores charge you 15c., th
.d Table Linen, 2 yds. wide, t
to go at 44 1-2c.
Mills Bleaching, worth 15c.. wi
s for Men's and Boys' Pants 4
price. . ( dc
y and don't know whe
,rowds. You can't mis
S - - Jalapa
Cime For Filing Pledges. Conservative-W.
notion of Dr. Cromer. it was Dobbins. John Switte
I that the .time for 'the filing KirIs
Iges and the payment of as- Township
nts,of candidates expire. on Reederville
I. which- gives until midnight Old Nen's
irday the 2d. for the payment Young Men's
!ssments and the filing of Township I
Saluda-J. S. Wert
Managers of Election. Jeff Workman.
following managers of elec- Chappells-I. L.
tre appointed for the diffe-ent Scurry. J. T. Kelly.
on recommendation of the Vaughanville-H. 2
members of the committee, Brooks. . XV. NSatthe
ntin'g the different clubs: Township]I
Township No. . Utopia-Alonzo
ig Mn's .5.N. olad, D YF. Dea Fal-enry
B. T.Paysiger.Township ]
T. D Crws.Saluda-J. . Dor
na-C.J. Zebel E. . Se- urrea.J. Leuel
ford-erso SummteDn,a Broozer. J. . ah
nton'ge cdiferent clubs:Tonship B.
Township No. 2. Utopia-Al . ono:
Men's_I.etze.SisG ticr. G. . Bnic.
Gge '-S. RNf. Noad .F earF- Her
L.Si. Lafric. Alt'eine. H.mernSes
eina-Joh D. Summe, . A. Eatl Moversi
,oh . WPyiker. Township N
Pamsn-J.h Hederison .O nHwions.. L. Straz
mTh. Jes Adms. MlmL og
Township oe. . J.Jn-ton.s H. E. Mer .
pArm'an hler. C'etal-P. Lemuel
fodLaeBoyma Comer, Dan say Boer, . . Baol
,er Johri odmayerl. M townshgip
Township No. 2. empon,M Hao . ok
it Price Shoe and Slipper Sale Continues. +
You surely owe it to yourself to visit our *
ioe department and see what's what be- +
re buying. You have never seen such
ioe values. You never will again.
200 prs. Ladies' Fine Slippers worth
.50 and $1.25, your choice 98c.
200 prs. Ladies' Fine Slippers, worth *
75 and $2.00, your choice $1.39.
200 prs. Ladies' Fine Slippers worth *
.25 and $2.50, your choice $1.48.
Every pair of Men's Fine Shoes in the
use at cost.
Ladies' Fine Parasols half price.
All our fine parasols. the 75c. kind, this
,ek 35c. each.
All our fine Parasols, the $1.50 kind,
s week 98c. each.
All our fine Parasols, the $1.00 kind, *
[s week 69c. each.
All our fine Parasols, the $2.00 kind, *
ts week $1.39.
White Washable Jap Silk, full one yard
de; you see it advertised as a leader
- 59c.; as long as it holds out 39c.
This is the sotre where your dollar does *
re Mimnaugh's store
ard, F. A. Graham.
-. Eddy, W. T. St. Phillips
nberg. Walton-Bowman Graham, Rob
ert Crooks. Bachman Suber.
qo. 6. Pomaria-H. F. Counts, G. B.
Aull. J. G. Long.
It was provided that the clubs not
represented at the meeting and not
o. 7. sending in names of managers should
s. J. L. Fellers, choose the managers and hand their
names to the secretary.
Andrews, J. B. - -
R. F. D. CARRIERS.
[. Boozer, C. A.
ws. State Carriers to Meet in Columbia
4o. 8. on July 4.
railkill, J. Mark
There will be a meeting of rural
0. Long. Joe letter carriers at Columbia on July
ens. 4th. Let all organized counties send
delegates from their association; and
o. 9. all counties that are not organized
be represented by as many carriers
ichols. T.. G. as can come. All carriers are invited
er. to be present.
minick. 3. E. As it is holiday for us let us en
joy it by meeting and forming a
W~ise, J. Lind- state association and try to get in the
er. national association. Let's have a
good at'tendance, and we will have a
argle, H. L. good meeting that will be a benefit
ong. to us all. Meet at postoffice at 1o a.
:er, C. D. Hun- m. B. 0. Evans. vice-president; D.
C. Hayden. secretary pro tem.
By order Orangeburg County R. L.
Shealy. W. L. C. Association. All county papers
Mr. T. L. Ringer brought to The
ss, L. L. Feagle, Herald and News office yesterday a
cotton stalk full of blooms. He says
erbert Living- he has a number of them on his
L. Kinard- place.
Setzler, B. S. Cotton Bloom.
Rev. F. R. Wallace (colored) ex
o. rz. hibited a cotton bloom yesterday. It
Jrhn W. Kn-. evidently opened on Sunday.