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VOL. XLT.NO. 100. NEWBERRY, S. 0.. TUESDAY OCTOBER, 4, 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR
5 Busy Days in Dry
Never before have you h,
Dry Goods offered you at si
lined our counters from earl
Dress Goods counter. This
Dress Goods sale-the store
Our stock does not consist of a fe,
est line ever piled and stocked betweer
ioo pieces fine Black and Colored Dress G
zoo pieces fine 54 inch East of England Bi
zoo pieces fine Black, Blue, Brown and Gx
On bargain counter you will find 167 pieces,
If it's silk and it's stylish we sell it. io p
5 pieces 36-in. Black Taffeta 98c. yd. ' 5 1
Waisting! Waisting! Waisting!
Over 100 different styles to select from, all
new 1904 merchandise, every thing in Silk, Cot
ton. and Linen, Embroidery, Flannels, etc.,
specially priced 5 great day s.y
15 pieces flaked wool aisting. Don't nay
40c. at other stores when the Cash Store se .s it
for 29c. yd.
Capes! Jackets and Furs!
More to select from than any two stores in
Newberry combined. Over 1,000 garments in
this mammoth pile. Fine Jackets from $1.98 to
$15 00. - Don't think of buying elsewhere before
you see our line. 100 fine furs at lowest living
prices this week.
It makes no difference what pces
Newberry's Cheapest Dry goods Store.
SPECIAL TERM to recove
Of Common Pleas Court Opened last wint
Yesterday Morning-Hon-. A. dug for
McCullough Presiding. the prop
- News bu
The special term of the court of against 1
common pleas was called yesterday company
at about ten o'clock of Greenville amount<
*Jeh A. McCullough of Greenville injury, w
on bench. At this session only the last1
the cases on the civic side of the up.
court will 'be tried. No new cases Tec
will be introduced and only those Tec
will be tried that were ready at the tratrix,
last regular term of court, probably
The first case called was that of mal el
Theodore N. Kibler against the kCkedtm
Southern railwvay. The suit is to .hisin
recover damages in the amount of it is alle
$1,999, for alleged injur.y to plaintiff's dant.'
land and for hauling rocks and bal- agese in
. last from the plaintiff's land. The said acci<
case was tried at the last regular term Among
of court and a verdict was rendered up are:
n favor of the plaintiff, but a motion Southern
;or a new trial was made and grant- nard agai
ed, thus bringing the case before this mill, and
special term. The plaintiff is repre
sented by Sease & Dominick and
Jones, and the defendant Ti
by T. P. Cothran and Schumpert & St. Loi
At about 3:30 all the:evidence was grounds
in and at four o'clock Mr. Cothran congress
was in the midst of his final argu- ormng to
ment. He was followed by F. cuer con
H. Dominick, immediately after delivered
hich the case went to the
The case of Thomas Riser against planation
he town of Newberry will probably "Hoosier
e called at this term. The suit is of Inwi;i
Goods selling. This
your fall shopp
ad such a feast of good things
ich low prices. Last week wi
y morn to dewy eve. Thousa
week will break all records.
that undersells. There's just
webrought-overs shifted from floor to gaz
i brick and mortar in Newberry. Here'
oods, full 54 inches wide, worth from $1.oo t,
-oadcloth worth and sold the United States ol
ay Jappo Cloth for Ldies' susts, full 54 inch
ill-wool Flannels, S.rges, Suitings, mixtures a!
ieces full 36-inch Black Taffeta worth $1.25 I
ieces 36-in. Peau de Soir, worth $1.50 yard,
Blankets! Blankets! Blankets!
Over 600 pair Blankets under our roof to-day.
They must be sold. For this week we offer
300 pair all wool North Carolina Blankets in
gray or white worth $4.60 pair at only $2.69.
100 pair Heavy Blankets only $1.24 pair
100 pair Heavy. Blankets only 89c. pair. For
Kiver come to see us.
Rugs! Rugs! Rugs!
Yes, you stop in Rugville sure enough. Look
at the froit of our store more pretty Rugs to
select from than you ever saw B4.
100 Rugs at 49c.
'100 Rugs at 98e.
100 Rugs at $1.24.
1rices for this 5 Grea
are quoted you up stairs, down stairs c
r damages in the amount of JOHN SCOTT
Pr personal injury sustained
er from falling into a hole W'11 Oppose Mr. I
cellar, which is situated on In Third
rty behind the Herald and Repul
tse of T. Herbert Cook Mr. John Scott
he Carolina Manufacturing nominated for coi
to recover damages in the t rict convention
>f $i5,ooo, for severe personal held in Anderson I
hich resulted in a mistrial at
term, is also likely to come oppicosen ineei
tion. He seemed
se of Perdita Suber, admisis- mous choice of th~
.gainst J. Guy Daniels will M.Sotsy
be heard at this term. A therace Scot says
itive of Perdita Suber wasthraeweps
down and killed on last of election but s
s eve by a sky-rocket which touch with the pai
ged was shot off by defen- of the election of
The suit is to recover dam- will be in positi
the amount of $5,ooo for plum which may b~
lent. Mr. Scott made
other cases likely to come trict:an rofee i
Phoebe Martin against the of which 1o werei
possibly that of George Ki- berry, 2 at Mt. B
nst the Southern Cotton Oil Street and I at I
several others. - has lived in New~
many years and is
aberculosis Congress. county.
21s, October 3.-In the con
hall on the world's fair LADY C
the American international
on Tuberculosis is endeav- -
find out some remedy to Is Progressing Ni
sumption. President Francis Fair Road t
the opening address. -
By Wire to The E
is no generally accepted ex- London, Octobei
of the origin of the term ed at Walmer Cast
as applied to the peopl-e Curzon's progress
.cence continues ur
week will pay you to
ing at this store.
in ineDress Goods, Silks, Tri
is a week of value giving to hi
nds of yards of fine Dress Got
Be on hand and follow the cr<
one-The Cash Store.
ret every change of the calendar, but br
s for you this week. Match them in the
: $1-50 yard, piled on counter as you enter. th
7er at $i.oo yard our five day price 69c. yard.
es wide, worth 85c. yard, buy it here 5 days a
'all kinds, worth from 65 to $r.oo per yard, you <
er yd., 5 days price 89c. Not the cheap kind
5 days selling 98c. For stylish silks come to
100 Rugs at 2.24.
50 Rugs at 3.69.
Get off only at this station for Rugs.
3 bales good checked Homespun 4 7.8c.
3 bales Ticking 12 1-2c. kind, only 8c.
50 pieces Best Ginghams 5c.
3 cases Outing in short lengths from 5 to 20
yards pieces, 5c.
1000 yards Heavy Dark Outing 6 1-2c. worth
50 Bolts Red Flannel 25c. kind, 14c.
10 Bolts Red Flannel 30c. kind, 17 1-2c.'
1000 Dollars worth fine Skirts at about 2-3
5 Graeat Days, three thousand of good things
we can't mention in this ad. Come and see.
t Day Sale and--REM]
r in the cellar, The Cash Store will se
NOMINATED. SHIP BLOWN UP
dken For Congress Russian Vessel Destroyed b
District As At Entrance to Por Art
Tokio, October 3.-The ni
of Newberry was partment reports the destru
igress ,by the dis' another Russian steamer wi
>f the republicans, attempting to clear the mine
ast Friday and will entrance to Port Arthur.
Aiken the demo- ThlosfaJpneeg
the general elec' the otss unofnfirmaese.g
to be the unani- tepr sucnimd
e convention. London, October 3.-The
ghai correspondent of the
Le intends to make Telegram company wires tha
ime with no hope sian warship supposed to
inpt aeepi Bayan is reported to be ancd
ty, so that m aeGutzloff, in Yang Chow bay.
Mr. Roosevelt he have gone to bring the v<
n to receive any Shanghai.
e cast this way. The Bayan is one of the
the race two years vessels which returned to I
8 votes in the dis- thur after the sortie of Aug1
n the city of New- Tokio, October 3.-Premi<
ethel, 2 at Jolly suma, in an interview today,
'omaria. Mr. Scott "The war will continue foi
berry for a good time. The nation is deter:
well-known in the achieve success and is wil
make the necessary sacrifices
________"It is hoped that we may
to secure greater econonm
URZON- greater efficiency in local adr
tion. The meeting for ti
cely and Is On a pose of the governors of ti
o Recovery. inces will be held tomorrow.
vening Telegram. In every roo,0oo of the po
3.-It is announc- of Prussia there are twice
le today that Lady cases of suicide of persons
toward convales- Iyears of age as there were:
come 50 miles to do
immings, Notions and Staple
mndreds of eager buyers that
)ds told us good bye over our
)wds to Newberry's Greatest
Lnd new' 1904 merchandise. The great
Carolinas if you can.
door choice per yard 84c.
t 45c. yard.
an get what you want at 5 days price, 45c. yd.
1 case Ladies' Hose fast Black, this week 5c.
Enough of knit underwear if laid side by side
would reach to Charlotte, N. C.
1000 fine Bleach Ladies' Vest 35c, value this
week 22c. each.
1000 men's heavy Shirts 24c each. 1 case of
men's underwear, a 65c value, this week 45c.
500 good Umbrellas, this week 29c each. Steel
100 Pair Men's Heavy Gloves this week l4e pair.
Every thing in Ladies Gloves, Corsets, Hand
kerchiefs, Hosiery, etc.,
11 it lor less. For every want hunt
LADY CURZON'S MOTHER.
y Mines Party Arrived In England This Af.
ternoon and Landed at Dover.
Dover, England, October 3.-Mrs.
avy de- Levi S. Leiter and Miss Nannie Lei
ction of ter, of Chicago, the mother and sis
ich was ter of Lady Curzon, arrived here this
s at the afternoon on board the Vaterland.
The mayor of Dover met Mrs. Lei
nboat at ter and daughter and conducted them
to the special train which was to con
Shan- vey them to Walmer Castle:
t a Rus- Switzerlani: is threatened with
be the a new grapevine disease, caused by
Lored off microscopie. insects of a different
Tugs kind from those that have heretofore
~ssel to infested Lhe vines. The vineyards in
Rusa some regions appear as if hail had
oRussAr- destroyed most of the leaves.
"I see it stated here that the Sultan
~r Kat- wears an iron undershirt."
said: "Say, I wish I had one like it to
r a long send to my laundry. I'd like to get
nined to even with 'em once in a while."
ling to Cleveland Plain Dealer.
be able Expeariments to ascertain the
ninistra- nutriqualities of condensed milk,
iis pur- and to discover its possible adulter
epo-ations, are being made at the agri
epo-cultural experiment station of Wis
pulation The condition of Lady Curzon was
ts many somewhat improved.
mnder 20 Morrison Charles Johnson, colored,
zo years was fatally injured at Newport News
by being struck by a. train.