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Prices cut the mc
can afford to miss
store daily. I do n
array of merchandi
all of the best mate
These Prices Hold the C
Two Cases Light and Dark
ings, the 8c kind, for this sale 4
Two Cases Androscoggin !
ing, worth 8 1-3, for this sale f
One Case Lonsdale Cambric,
121-2 c. for this sale at 9 1-2 <
Five Bales Celebrated Sea ]
worth 61-2 c. for this sale on]
Twenty-five Pieces good Bed
ing, worth 7 c. for this sale on
Twenty pieces good Bed T
worth 121-2 c. for this big sa)
Ten pieces A. C. A. Bed T
for this big sale
.Five bales River Side Plaids,
9 c. for this big sale
Twenty-five pieces Newberr3
ton Mills Bleaching, worth 12
for this big sale at only
+ North Carolina Blanke
S50 Pair iog' North Cg
all-wool B'ankets worth $5.oo
* choice $2. 98. pr.
A Big Gingham Sale
50,000 yds. New Spring
Ginghams, worth 8 and soc. tI
* buy all you please this wet
only 5c. the yd.
The new passengers of the Ham
*burg-American line will be fitted up
with restaurants, so that passengers
may eat as often as they choose, in
stead of only seven times a day, as
on the old-fashioned ships.
Her Booby Prize.
-.A Hoboken girl who tired of wait
ing for the bridegroom turned wed
ding reception into euchre party. No
body could blame her for offering the
missing brigegroom as a booby prize.
Cooks Are Necessary.
N. Y. Telegram.
7 Pittsburg educators tells, us cooks
are paid more than teachers. Oh,
well, one must eat, while on the other
'hand, at a pinch a man can make his
mark to a contract involving millions.
Magic in Art.
Chicago Record-H erald.
There is a magic in the world that
makes men, even when they are so
crass and ignorant that they don't
know the meaning of it. profess a
loss for art.
French Railroad Traffic.
Returns of the traffic receipts of
the six great railroads in France
showing an aggregate loss of $1,575,-!
2o in nine months of the present year
with a cotal of $148,906,600.
Limping at the Horse Show.
N. Y. American.
They were li-nping the other night
at the horse show, for the news -had
just come across that King Edward
has a sore knee..
Whatsoever the foolish farmer
sows, that will the bunko man reap.
Wife-There was a man around to
day selling tihe big brass burglar
alarm bells to put on the front of the
house, so I ordered one.
Husband-What! You know we
havn't anythiny worth stealing.
Wife-I know that, but it will'
ake the neigshbors -thinks- we have.
st startling of the seas<
them. It's the combini
)t believe there is a stoi
Se. The sale will begir
ning we will place on si
rialh, well made, and c
wds! A Clean Si
cents. All r rew, S
1-2 C. d
y 5 C. 0
[ Tick- 0
ly 5 c.
.e 9 c.
IS. All Winter i
Tolina Goods r
Australian Slot Mhine.
The English newspapers report a
new application in Australia of the
principle of the coin-in-the-slot ma
chine, stating that if a stamp cannot
be purchased conveniently it will be
possible in the future to drop a letter
into one orifice of a postal box and a
penny into a second orifice, and the
words "One penny paid" will be
found impressed on the envelope
when the box is opened by the post
office authorities, thereby securing
the transmission of the letter.
Fresh Air Needed.
Few persons know that an ordi
nary gas jet will consume as much
oxygen as four human beings. It is,
therefore, well to remember when
sitting long in a gas-lighted room to
continually open a door or a window
for a few moments and bring in some
A huge statue of the virgin has been
successfully placed on the summit of
the Dent du Geant, a mountain in
Italy 13,0oo feet high, near Milan. Di
vince service was performed on the
summit in celebration of the event
by the vicar of Courmayeur.
Not Often Seen.
The phenomenon of "sun dogs" (a.
peculiar refraction of light caused by
fog, etc.). was seldom reported by
marines last spring and summer.
A Daily Thought.
I will chide no brother in the
world but myself, against whom I
know most faults.
Bisque of Oysters.
Cook a quart of oysters in their
own liquor for about five minutes,
drain, chop and then pound them.
Put in a saucepan on the fire four
eunces of butter, two ounces of
tour and then the oysters with their
juice. Adds salt and white peper as
they are need. a, and then one pint
o'f milk and the same of cream.
Serve very hot. At last, if desired, a
few very small oysters may be added
-en heat through.-Bnston Budget.
snap these up in a dout
ity that is drawing hun(
hat present to its patrons
February I st. Be on h
$6.50 Ladies' Walkin
e Shoes re- Whi
' .*kind, sp
the zo c.
the i5 c.
new Spring B
y train. Anotl
i o l 50 pi<
not a y
Bacon-Why does he call his dach
Egbert--Because it takes him so
long to pass a given point.
There are moe than i5,ooo people
in London alone who make a living
by writing books and contributing ar
ticles to magazines and papers.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE
MENT AND DISCHARG.E
Notice is hereby given that the un.
dersigned will on the tenth day of
February, 19o5, in the Probate Court,
make a finai settlement in the estate
of Augustus Boyce, deceased and
will immediately thereafter apply for
Letters Dismissory as Administra
tor of said Estate.
All parties having claims against
the said Estate will present same
duly attested, to the undersigned or
his Attorneys, Sease and Dominick,
on or before the ninth day of Febru
Tony Boyce, Administrator.
Newberry, S. C., Jan. 19, 1905.
While it last:
Best Patent, Cott
Best Half Pat."
Meal - -
Grits, Sack -
)n. Shrewd buyers will
ition of price and qual
e in the two Carolinas t
tie all of our $5.00 and
ut in the latest styles.
veep in the Shoe [
elby & Co.'s Fir
uced to one prici
Drew, Selby & Co.'s $3.00
Drew, Selby & Co's &2.50
Take Your Choice for
aoods must go,
-olling in on ever
p both eyes oper
EWBERRY'S CHEAPEST ST
Stars by Daylight.
T. J. J. See in Atlantic.
It is worthy of remark that but for
the brightness of the sky the stars
could be seen in daylight. Even as
matters stand, some of the brighter
of them 'have been seen after sunrise
by explorers on high mountains,
where the air is very clear and the
sky dark blue. If we could go above
the atmosphere the sky would be vis
ible rig-ht close up to the sun. As
tronomers observe bright stars in
daytime by using long focus tele
scopes, the dark tubes of which cut
off the side light and persons in the
bottom of deep wells have noticed
stars passing ovehead, the side light
-being reduced by the great depths of
The Modesty of Brahms.
At an interesting dinner party giv
en by Joachim, at which were present
also 'his friends, Professor Dorn of
Naples and Von Herzongenberg, the
combposer, an amusingly characteris
tic scene occurred. Joachim in a few
well chosen words was asking us not
to lose the opportunity of drinking
the health of the greatest composer
when before he could say the name
Brahms bounded to his feet, glass in
hand, and called out: "Quite right!
Here's Morart's health !" and walked
round, clinking glasses with us all.
His old hatred of personal eulogy
was never more prettily expressed.
A Little Off.
"Really," said Mrs. Oldcastle,
"your little dinner last night was
"Oh, dear," her hostess groaned,
"I just knew that new cook would
make a botch of it some way."
"Which would you rather marry,
Ethel, brains or money?"
"Money, of corse, I can get along
without the luxuries, but I must have
the necessiies."-Brooklyn Life.
Ten men have failed from defect in
morals where one 'has failed from de
faec in inteect --Marin.
lie quick, for fiew
Ireds to this 'big
such a matchless
and rain or shine.
, Skirts at $3.69
g Whie Goods Sale!
fter Case of New 1905
te Goods Rolled in 0
he Past Week.
fve pieces 40 inch White
te 15 c. kind, for this sale io c
:ces India Linen, the 12 1-2 C
-cial for this sale 8 c.
eces India Linen, the 15 c.
cial for this sale 10 C.
:ces Pursian Lawn, the 20 C.
ecial for this sale o c.
ive pieces Checked Nai-sook
kind, special for this sale 5 c
ive pieces Checked Nainsook
kind, for this sale 8 .-2 c.
,ces Mercerized Waistings
.ned, 15, ig and 25 cents the
rth Double these prices.
ack Dress Goods.
ier chance to buy
ack Skirt Cheap, +
Ices Black Dress goods,
i on a big counter table,
d in the lot worth less
ic. and$.00 yd., your
of the 50 pieces for only
Not Talked About.
There are kind stepmothers in the
world, but tihe neighbors don't talk'
about them, hence they are ne'ver'
A roIlingstone gathers .much expe
Every person, firm, company o;
corporation engaged in any trade.
busness or profession within the lim
its of the Town of Newberry is here
by notified that lincenses for the year
1905 are now due and payable. 'For
failure to comply with Lincense Or
dinance by the 15th of February
next the penalty will be attached and
all delinquent names will be turned
over to the police.
By order of the Town Council of
Newberry, S. C.
Geo. B. Cromer,
Thos. 0. Stewart,
C. & T. T. C. N.
3 it goes for
:on - - $6.30
- - 5.55,
- - - 75
-- - 1.75
Prosperiy, S. O.