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community. The tr
enlarge the departm
lina. We have a sto(
Stroll around through the
ladies to wait on the crowds,
THE DRESS GC
No expense has been spared to make
When a woman goes out to buy her n
possible from which to select. She is r
same thing. Not from a few prices i
range embracing all this season's best
Silks! Silks!! C
5 pcs. 36-in. Black Taffeta Silk, worth $i
5 pcs. 36 in. Black Taffeta, guaranteed n
sells everywhere for $1 50 yd., special, for oi
50 pcs. Colored Silks for Shirt Waists a
worth 75 and 85c., as a leader this week 49c.
A Few Quickstep Pi
Heaviest A. C. A. Feather Ticking wo
Good Mattress Ticking worth 8c. yd., Min
-5 Bales -heavy yard wide Sheeting. wor
price 5c. yd.
25 pcs all- wool red Flannel worth 20C. yd.
2 cases yd. wide bleaching worth 7Y2c. Mi
2 cases Standard Calicoes, full pieces, wo:
price 4c. yd.
zoo doz Towels, full bleached, large size, i
price 5c. each.
50 doz. Towels, full bleached, large size, i
News From Excelsior.
Excelsior, September 26.-Our peo- Remain
ple are enjoying good h.alth with the ending S
*exception .ofacse or two of chills A-Mr.
and fever. -- B-Mis
Mr. T. L. Wheeler went up to IElla E. I
-Mountville Saturday to see his moth- C-Mrs
er, Mrs. Wmn. Werts who has been Amanda
quite sick. John Con
We are very dry and dusty in this D-Mis
section. The weather has been fine F-Mr.
for gathering cotton, pea food, etc. E-Mrs
The cotton crop will be a little short H-Mr:
in this section but the price is good Hunter.
and our people are still happy and J-Mr.
Mrs. Lee Sligh of Colunibia has M-J. I
been on a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. ler, Miss
S. Wheeler. Cullough
The Rev. W. W. McMorris has re- N-Mrs
cently been on a short visit to friends O--Mr.
in this section. R-Mis:
Mr. Enos Counts is making quite Anna Ra:
an improvement on his dwelling S-Joe
house. , Schumper
Ira Werts and sister, Miss Bettie, Persons
of Saluda county, have recently visit- will pleas
ed relatives in this section.
Miss Rosilene Wheeler, Aumerle I
Singley, and Keister W4eeler are at-'
tending the Prosperity ghaded school. Newberry
We are asked to say the Mt. Pil
grim school will re-open on Monday It is no
morning, October roth, with Mr. An- in Newbe
drew Epting principal. tify. Enid
Sigma. bears the
ing is one
in this Io
. .(.G AND..flrei
when I h
MIL LINERY sufein
it hurt so
- - AT - - being so
' might's re
Prospernty, S. C. soe
Will take place Thursday fo h
September, 29. 'hat I eon
Let all the ladies take haFosl
NOTICE j .mem
e can, and as fast as w
emendous business c
ents, consequently w(
k that would do credil
ix Thousaod Five Hundred
i, Millinery, IC
biggest Dry Goods Stock in I
this the banner Dress Goods season.
ew suit she wants the greatest variety
ight. When we purchase we do the
s she satisfied to choose, but from a
weaves and colorings.
.oo, to go at 79c. yd.
ot to split, worth and
ily 98c. yd.
nd Shirt Waist Suits,
rth 20c. Mimnaugh's
naugh's price 5c.
th 63/c. Mimnaugh's
"igsnaugh's price I2Jc.
mnaugh's price 5c. yd.
-th 634c., Mimnaugh's
oc. kind, Mimnaugh's
5c. kind, Mimnaugh's
'EEE IE.A3Ii3 SWC)I
Advertised Letters. KingstreeI
ing in post office for week Kingstree, Septen
!ptember 24, 1904. 3 o'clock yesterday n
s Lizzie Boyd, Miss Rosy Knsrewss
lod. pse,we h
.Sisley Cannon, Mrs.potfiewsbte
Caldwell, Mr. Neal Cook, maso ihep
s Nina Duncan.opnadrfeofv
Henry Fair. ecp e ok
.Nannie Echols. Tevleo h
;. Jennie Hunter, J. H. poiae ~oo
Fred Jones, Mr. E. D.fothBak f
L. Maddox, Miss F. B. Mil-yetra,riedI
M'attie McCrorey, T. J. Mc- ba hnbigd
(2), Mr. T. M. McCullough.thpoofce
Milton Outzs. ac ntast
Mary Raleigh, MissjThotearil
t, Pro6f. D. R. Riser (2),abot$oincs,b
F. Scott, Mr. William $~ nsap n
t. o eer eogn
calling for these letters br ftefml
ask for advertised letters.Jabs Serlp
SMUST BE TRUE. aot3ocoki
Readers must Come tO thatuni o'lcwa1
the telling of a single case
rry but scores of citizens tes
orsement by people you know -
st,amp of truth. The follow
of the public statements made ~ ~ lII
cality about Doa.n's Kidney
raham salesman in furniture '
lain st says: "My back hurt
ong time especially at night *
sve lain awake many a time
witn it. There was a nasty
ig pain across my loins and
n T asumerl would ease it andf
to turn over that I had to
bands and just pull myself
e secretions from the kidneys
and fMl of sediment beqides
frequent in' action that my
at was broken as many as sev
I Iused different kidney rem- '
nothing touched the right
I got a box of Doan's Kidney SPRIES
r. E. Peiham's & Son's drug Intandcfe
was surprised at the result ob- ln ivradpae
The sediment disappeared'
iecretions and they resumed sgsadpten
ral apperaance and action so addsrbewt
id sleep all night and arise in adorgadoh
ing rested and refreshed. Inlwihmae
isd backache since."
by all dealers. Price 50 cents plytseenhr
Iburn Co. Buffalo.
ber4he name Doans and take ni~ot
e can, to fill the growinj
lone the past season e
3 now stand without a PE
to a town five times the
Square Feet DevOted to
ithing and Shoe
N4ewberry under one roof. SixtE
Such does this Depo
100 pcs. new Dress Goods, colorings suital
Misses School Wear. They are actually A
big center table. Your choice 49c. the yai
A wide range beautiful suitings used for ti
and $1.50. Your choice for only 98c. yard.
You can always get a larg
where and from anybody. B:
ounce, and pattern for pattert
best you ever saw for 98c.
A. Big C
5oo doz. Corsets. You cai
Soc. Special for one week, ot
The best $i.oo Kid Glove i
real Lamb Skin Gloves sold fc
and all shades.
The 191171n et
Daily arrivals of New Hats
together with our own creatio
an early selection from ti
Miss Baker, of Baltimore has
in populor priced Millinery.
F nery, Clothing and Shoes visi
.E .F ATEWBERRy.
,ber 23.-About M i ShingleShiilt
,orning the most
the history of 200,000 Shingles jus
cessfully accom-re ivd FO SA
ed inoand by CH EA P, also Lu mbe
osives the large and Laths, Rough o
sits was blown dressed.
,r,t"inersf value Houses Built on shor
tolen articles ap- notice. SH OP W.ORl
which includes a suc as Mantles, Door
:ontaining $4oo and Window Frame
om halesona specialty. Repairing
t night, and, the of all ki.nds.
sed, was left in Shop in front of .jail
overed by insur- HAILMAN BROS,
a stolen include' Newberry, S. C.
Aing postal funds,
tbout $500 worth SrA.Te ME Drgage
to various mem- Of the condition of The Commerei:
of Postmaster Bank of Newberry, S. C., at the clos
ople living near- of businessJune30, 1904. Published as
tinct explosions cording to an Act of General Assemb:
he morning, but Notes discounted.........$302,210'5
reports and not Furniture and fixtures.... 3,051i
he true cause of Due from banks.......... ..4,525
ee.Cash and cash items........ 10,935 4
Capital stock . ........... $ 50,0004(
Individual deposits.........i-74,334 i
Dividends unpaid...... 2,437 E
Accrueiteret......... 1,279 2
/1Due banks................. 3,347 (
*Profits...................... 27,914 E
Rediscounted........... 65,000 (
SIPersonally appeared -before me Z. ]
Wright, Cashier of the~ above name
S bank, who swears that' the above state
m ent is correct to the bet of his know
edge and belief. Z. F. Wih,Ca4hie:
Sworn to beforeme this6t a of Jul
c.oYRtM, 1904. J. Y. McFall, Notary ublic.
LVER WARE. 0. B. Ma er, -ee
sets, both ster- L. W. Floyd, )
1 ware. Te de -___________________
get more dainty
ach passing year Best Mineral As
rs' eyes wouldRofn
nent at the dis-. phaltRofn
C. H. CA NNON,
IliHi~soq. Near C.. N. & L. Depot
7 demands of this
ncouraged me to
er in South Caro
size of Newberry.
en Salesmen and Sale -
)le for Fall Suits, also elegant for
rorth 75 and 85c., all Diled on a
ie nobby coat suits worth $1.85
e Bed Spread for $1.oo almost any
r judging ours inch by inch, ounce by
I b1heve you will say that it is the
i't match them in town for less than
ie to each customer, 25c. each, all sizes.
)n the market. It's one of the few
>r $i.oo; every pair warranted Black
Ley 3 ePar3VUn nt.
from the best Milliners in this country,
as gives you an opportunity to make
e largest assortment ii the town.
:harge7of this department. ""We lead
For any want in Dry Goods, Milli
Newberry's greatest store.
t S- CAROLINA '
s Paid up Capital, -$25,00040
Fire and Burglag Proof Safe
and Insurance. Interest al
lowedin Savings Department.
Promptness, Accuracy, Se
curity and Courtesy guaran
teed. Investigation invited.
We want your business.
M!. A. CARLISLE, Fres.
H. C. MOLBLEY, V. Pres.
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
SW. P. PUGH W. A. MOSELEY
SJACOB B. FELLERS R. L. L'HER
e9 GEo. W. BowERS JOHN B. FELLERS
~5 J. P. BOwEES GEO. JOHNSTO0i.
~ MI. A. CARuSLE H. C. MOSELPZ
JoS. H. HUNRER.
SALE OF PERSONAL P~ROP
Under and by authority of the lasti
01 will and testament of Sarah Penn, de
- ceased, I will sell at the late home
6o' Sarah Penn in the Town of Niew
jberry, South Carolina, at eleyen
o'clock a. mn., Saturday, October 8,
1- 1904, personal property of the said
I deceased, consisting of a sewing ma
Schine, tables, chairs, 4nd oth~er hoe.
hold and kitchen furniture. Term of -s
Executor of the will of
Sarah Penn, deceased.
September 17, 1904.
.The jury that inquired into the
death of Charles B. Sphor, who was
washed ashore on the English coast,
brought in a verdict 's "4emnd