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THE RED MEN.
Representatives of Bergell Tribe Left
Yesterday For Meeting of Great
The representatives of Bergell
tribe, No. 24, Improved Order of Red
Men, this city, left yesterday after
noon for Anderson to attend the
meeting of the great council of South
Carolina. The great council will be
called to order this morning at 9
o'clock and will continue in session
for two days.
In the party from Bergell tribe,
which left yesterday for Anderson,
were Great Senior Sagamore Cole. L.
Blease; J. H. Hair, great representa
tive of the great council of the United
States; Otto Klettner, chairman of
the finance committee; the Rev. J. H.
Graves, chairman of the committee
on state of the order; S. G. Carter,
great guard of the wigwam: Past
Sachems T. 0. Stewart and J. B.
Leonhardt, representatives of Ber
gell tribe: and- Past Sachems E. S.
Werts. John M. Taylor, J. M. Guin,
Dr. Van Smith and 1. 0. Burton. A.
J. Holt. of Whitmire, is also an offi
cer of the grand lodge, being chair
man of the committee on constitution
The election of officers of the grand
lodge will take place this afternoon,
at which time Great Senior Saga
more Cole. L. Blease, of this city, will
be made great sachem of South Caro
lina, the highest office in the order in
The Newberry Red Men will in
vite the great council to hold its next
meeting in Newberry. The meeting
is held each year on the second Tues
day in April.
The Pocahontas Degree.
Cateechee council, No. 4, degree of
Pocahontas, yesterday morning at To
o'clock conferred the Pocahontas de
gree upon Great Chief of Records B.
C. Wallace, of Sumter, who came to
Newberry to receive the degree be
fore going to th-e meeting of the great
council in Anderson. Mr. Wallace
arrived in Newberry on Sunday and
was entertained at dinner by Mr. Ot
to Klettner, than whom there is no
Red Man more loyal. A number of
Red Men were present and the occa
sion was very thoroughly enjoyed.
Cateechee council will be repre
sented at the meeting in Anderson by
1. 0. Burton..
Every day c
this past week w
no such values c
been given a che
breath, but hold
starts in motion
"You have the. pretties hats . in
Newberry, and your prices are only
about half -wh'at othe:r 'stores ask."
We have compliments like that every
The hot shot prices in Millinery
that we are pouring out means many
wounded feelings to competitors.
Don't buy your Easter hat until you
have seen our line.
300 Ladies fine ready-to-wear hats,
worth $1.25 and $i.5o. this big sale
350 Ladies fineGready-to-wear'liitts;I
worth $2.oo 'and $2.50, ~for fhis big
sale only S1.49.
15o Ladies fine ready-to-wear hats,
worth $3.oo and $3.50, this sale $1.98.
A big line of baby caps just opened
and placed on sale.
We lead in popular priced Millinery
The young lady in charge of this
department knows her business.
Now is Your
50 Cases. of slippers jus1
On the Diamond.
On its trip to Due West and Spar
tanburg last week, the Newberry col
lege base ball team defeated Erskinc
on Thursday afternoon by a score ol
4 to o and tied the game with Wof
ford, the score .--ulting 5 to 5. Simp
son pitched the Erskine game for
Newberry and Crouch was in the box
for Newberry at Spartanburg.
The Newberry team will on Wed
nesday play the University of Geor
gia, in Athens. and on Friday and
Saturday two games with the Geor
gia Tech., in Atlanta. The New
berry team was never in better con
dition and the games with the Geor
gians, who have strong teams, are
being looked forward to with a great
deal of interest. The ne:ct game in
Newberry is with Clemscn, on Sat
urday, April 29.
The Newberry team hz:s as yet
lost not a single game, L.aving won
four decisive victories ard tied the
score in the fifth game. The contests
have been with teams which are
among the strongest college teams in
The Medical Convention.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Dr. W. G. Hous
eal, of Newberry; Dr. Sease, of Litle
Mountain, and Dr. Hunter. of Pros
perity. will attend the state conven
tion of the South Carolina Medical
association in Greenville this week.
Aspiration proves itself by perspir
A man could save a lot of money
by stopping smoking if he didn't have
to spend so much more to keep from
getfng mad with himself for doing
Nobody ever has to put on glasses
to see the faults of his friends.
An early spring is a sign that there
will be a big crop for the fool-killer.
It's awful nice the way a girl's lips
can get in the way of her hands when
you are trying to kiss them.
It's a poor religion that will not
stand the trip from the church to the
Painful Slip of the Tongue.
Irving Parke's weakness was in un
for:unate utterances, which, while
well intended, were often misunder
stood, and they greatly perturbed the
mind of Mrs. Parke. The subject
was the topic of frequent curtain lec
tures, and Mr. Parke as frequently
promised to be more careful.
rowds can be se
as the biggest irl
an be found else
ince just to wade
your pocket bot
again this week.
At the Lowest Prices Ever Named
Flyers in White Oragndy
-and Persian Lawn.
White organdy, 2 yds. wide, wroth
40 and 50 cents a yard, special for this
sale, 19 cents.
5000 yards 46 inch Slheer Persian
Lawn, worth 25 cents a yard,special
for this sale, 12 1-2 cents.
3000 yards 40 inch Sheer Lawn, a
cake taker, worth 20 cents, special for
this sale, io cents.
1000 yards 40 inch White Lawn, the
ro .kind, 10 . yards..to e,ach, custqmer,
5 cents.. ... .* . .
5ooo yards Book fold India Linen,
worth 20 cents, for this sale, 1o cents.
50 pieces Mercerized Waisting, in
small Polk-a-dots and figures, worth
35 and 40 cents a pard, choice, rg
25 pieces White Pique, full 30 in.
wide,. worth 2o and 25 cents a yard,
for this d:e, 12 1-2 cents.
time to buy you1
opened at .69. .98, $1.39, $1.
"The Joneses are coming over I
night." said Mrs. Parke, "and I ho
vou will think before you speak a:
avoid offending them by some slip
Of course, Mr. Parke promised a
when the Joneses arrived he was in
gracious a mood as any guest cot
"Oh, did you ever see such a bea
tiful evening?" chirruped Mrs. Jon
as she came tripping into the hall.
"Yes," answered the jovial Parlk
"it is too beautiful to stay indoor
"Now Mr. Parke, Mrs. Jones w
think you do not want her to cor
over," said Mrs. Parke with a look
her husband which heralded a storn
"Oh, my, no," responded the ca
tious Parke. "I only meant that
they hadn't come we might- "
"You don't know what you mean1
interrupted Mrs. Parke, coming
:he rescue. "Why don't you tal
Mr. Jones' coat?"
Mr. Parke took the proffered ga
ment. but instead of hanging it <
the hall tree he unconsciously ope
ed it out and held it as if he had bei
invited to assist the owner to don
and Mrs. Parke collapsed. TI
Joneses cut their call short.
Dear Little Friend
I will call at you
house on Easte
morning with 4
big lot of Eggc
Make a nest fo
me in the kitch
en and I will fil
it. Buy your EgI
Dye, and Easte
Novelties at Maye
en wending thel
our history. la
Sin and buy good
)k till you get to
50 pieces English Long Clot
worth $1.25, during this sale per pie
12 yards for 89 cents.
At any time you will find the be
values in town here, but during ti
sale they are doubled. Be on hand.
Another case, but only 2000 yar
of the Barkers, Red Seal, A. F.
Ginghama, worth 1o and 12 1-2 cen
the yard all over town, buy all yi
please this week for 8 cents p
A BIG RIBBON SALE.
Wfe have eniough Ribbons to' stret
from here to California, Taffe
Ribbon Nos. 40, 6o, 80, and ro0,
shades and white and Black, wor
all over town 15 cents a yard. f
this sale only 10 cents.
Another big lot of Silk Taffeta ai
Liberty Satin Ribbon, all shad
worth 25 and 35 cents a yard, yo
choice at only 19 cents the yard.
8 and $2.49, worth double.
The Equitable Life
In settling iL;s death claims or
as table not only stands for, but actu
Id payments every day.
During the past year ail cla
u- paid for wi.hin 24 hours after sai
e; Paid $65,000.(
-eCharacteristic of the Equital
illthe $65,000.00 claim on the life of I
2e nettsville, S. C., which amount w
at death claim reached New York. TJ
Equitable Life Pay:
Special to The State.
to Rock Hi!, S. C., 2
of the State manag<
ce Life Assurance Soc
at Rock Hill paid ou
r-i $65,000, the amouni
: liy held in that cc
nator McCall, of E
Senator McCall die
last. The proofs of
ceive- at this offic<
it, Uceived in New Yor
ie check for the above
and mailed on the
stood that Senato I
for $25,000 in anot
ing a total of $9 o;0-c
the office stat tha
business in South 2
was in excess of $2,6
$500,000 was collect
while the compny h
in standing poicies h
4 Equitable Life A
W. J. RODDEY,
r ~Manager for
THE COMMERCIAL BANI
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSI
Notes discounted.................$247,968 44
Furniture and fixtures ........ 3,051 93
Due from Banks.................. 17,660 87
Overdrafts............... 2,254 34
Cash and cash items............ 35,58274
We pay interest in
At the Rate of 4 D9
r way.to this stor
lo such stock, no
before in your. h
is at such prices.
my store. The bi
h BLACK DRESS GOODS DE
A big lot of Black Dress Goods not
st a yard in the lot worth less than 35
is 40 and 50 cents per yard, all placed on
a big table. your choice, 25 cents per
C. i5o pieces fine 1}lack Dress Goods,
ts worth every cent of 65, 75 and 85
>cents per yard, take your choice as
er long as they hold out, for 45 cents per
yard. These "cut" prices and hun
dreds of others have never been
' et by' the other ifeItows.
ta MIMNAUGH'S QUICK STEP-.
h2 cases Printed Lawns, worth 7 1-2
> cents. only 12 yards to each custom
er. 3 cents per yard.
i Icase Printed Organdies. worth
s5, 1o cents. only 12 yards to each cus
2r tomer. 5 cents.
2 cases 36 inch Percales, worth Io
a and Mimnaugh's
Every rday this week will be a
is ace Society's
maturd policies is what the Equi
lly does as is shown by the quick
ims for South Carolina have been
ne were received in the New York
}0 in 24 Hours.
le was the prompt settlement of
ate Senator C. S. McCall, of Ben
as paid by check the same day the
ie following explains itself:
to the Late CoL
an 15.-The office
)r of the Equitable
iety of New York
t today the sum of
; of the insurance
mpmy by the late
:ennettsville, S C
d on December 31
his death were re
on Jan. 9 and re
on the 11th. The
amount was dated
171h. It is und-r
IcCall had a policy
her company mak
The manager of
his company paid
arolina durng 1904
30,000. More than
ed in premiums,
as over $13,000,000
i the State.
R. C. BRUCE,
Special Agent, ;
( OF NEWBERRY, S. C.
RESS, MARCH 31, 1905.
Capital Stock......................$ 50,000 00
Profits.......... ...:................. 33,38721
Individual deposits.... .... 206,098 66
Dividends unpaid................ 935 00
Due Banks............... 1,09746
Bills payable....................... 15,000 00
Paid in dividends $24,500 00
r cent. per annum.
e. Our business
such styles and
istory have you
Don't hold your
ig bargain wheel
cents, only lo yards to each custom
er, 5 cents.
I case 36 inch Bleaching, no class
ing, worth 7 1-2 cents, only 20 yards
to each customer, 5 cents.
2 cases Dress Ginghams, worth 8
1-3 cents, only 2o yards to each cus
tomer, 5 cents.
1o pieces Brown Linen, worth 15
cents, only 1o yards to each custom
er, 8 1-3 cents.
5 bales 40 inch Sea Island, worth.
7cents, special for this, sale, .5 1-2 -
5. bales Checked Homespun, worth.
5 cents, special for this sale, 4 cents.
I case Light Outing, worth 8.cents.
special for this sale, 4 cents.
50 dozen Men's Negligee Shirts.
worth 40 cents, special for this sale.
19 cents each.
1oo dozen Men's Negligee Shirts,
worth 75 cents and $i.oo, spe&at ior
this sale. 49 cents each.
is the place.
corker. Will you come?