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-OL. XLII. NO. 59 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY APRIL 28, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR
. Dress Goods!
$1.25 Black Invisible Plaid Mol
85c. Corded Blue and Brown M
$100o0 Mohair Suit Patterns $7
$8. oo Mohair Suit Patterns $6
Clark's Spool Cotton 234C. Spo
Kerr's Spool Cotton 231C. Spoo
Warner's $i.oo Corsets 59c. eac
J. B. $r.oo Corsets 63c. each.
+ Art Squares -
$27-50 fine Velvet Art Squares
$25.00 fine Velvet Art Squares
$7.oo Ingrain Art Squares $4.7
$zo.oo Ingrain Art Squares $6.
$4-50 Velvet Rugs $3 45.
* $3.oo Velvet Bugs $2.20.
$1.25 Velvet Rugs 89c.
* Towels! T
0 Linen Damask Towels, 17Y x
* bc. each.
Large size Huck Towels, 20c. q
Extra size Hemstitched Huck '[
We want everybody i
* item here enumerated
this ad. out and bring i
OBSERVNCE OF THE and fe
RESURRECTION DAY strac
--- L. Sea
SERVICES IN THE NEWBERRY of the
CHURCHES. than t
Easter Dawned Cold and Windy But "The
Day Was Beautiful Before His te
Hour for Services. "That
As old as Christianity, for it is upon first oi
its truth that Christians base the hope jas ma:
of immortality that includes all their church
creed, is the Easter story, and yet by the sp
its very nature it is as wondrousiy throug
sweet and new today as on the morn upon
when the' living Christ who had been the pc
crucified broke the seal of the tomb Imanife
of Joseph of Arimathea and walked Ithe chl
again among his disciples. Symbolic world
of its teaching is the new life that proof,
comes with the ever recurring spring the re:
tide, and Sunday was a typical Easter "The
day. The early morning was cold laid ne
and windy. but before the hour for th~eyr
church services the sun shone brightly* but de<
and with a gentle warmth that seem.. garden
ed to reanimate the whole creation. "The
Their mingled melodies expressing Jesus
the various emotions which they in- Gethse
spired, the birds sang the birth of the wheres
flowers and lamented their short-lived triump
sweetness. It was a day when only in the
invalids and those who are so unfor- never,
tunate as not, to be able to see the men t)
beautiful in natute remain indoors. They
and there were large congregations in up all
all the city churches. The concluding the Cr<
day of Lent, colors of brighter hue in the R<
dress replaced the sack cloth of hu- stonei
miliation, and in the spirit of the day sealed
there was gladness. tianity
Special Easter services were held in expect:
the Lutheran. Methodist and Episco- inl that
pal churches. The floral decorations remai
combined the offerings of the spring rolled
idea nd rare pot plants and palms remain
2air 97c. yd.
Dhair 68c. yd.
to inches, 15c. quality, for
uality, for i5c.
owels 22c., all pure linen.
in Newberry Cour
and we warrant
t with you and we)
rns, the effects being beautiful.
ran Church of the Redeemer,
difficult to give a mere ab
of the sermon of the Rev. W.
.brook at the Lutheran Church
Redeemer. He spoke for less
wenty minutes, and without a
uous word, on the great theme,
Power of the Resurrection.'
xt was the Pauline prayer.
I may know Him, and the
of His resurrection." He spoke
the power of the resurrection
lifested in the founding of the
of Christ. in its upbuilding and
reading abroad of Christianity
hout the world: and dwelt
the fact that not only is
wer of the resurrection thus
sted, but that the existence of
uch and of Christianity in the
as a fact is the strongest
outside. the word of God, of
surrection as an historic fact.
foundations of the church are
>t alone in Gethsemane, nor do
est only on Calvary's monriit,
p in the open sepulchre in the
of Joseph of Arimathea."
disciples who had been with
before that sorrowful night in
mane would have followed him
rer he led, through trials or to
hs. But when they saw him
hands of his e. -mies, there
was a more demoraiized set of
ban they. Peter denied him.
all forsook him. They gave
for lost, when Calvary and
ass stood before them. When
>man guard rolled the great
in place before the tomb and
it with the royal seal, Chris
was dead. Every hope and
tion of his followers lay with
sealed torab, and had the seal
ed unbrokem,, the stone not
.way, the disciples would have
ed in hidin-: until the excite.
Boys' Knee Pants, 75c. quality 65c.
"99 "s "9 65c. quality, 53c.
" " " 50c. quality, 39c. C
$1.00 Children's Suits for 69c each.
1.50 " " "- 98c. each. $7
2.00 " " " $1.45 " Fig
3.00 "9 " 2.25 "
4.00 " " t 2.90 "'
5.00 " " " 3.65 "
200 prs. Men's Pants 50c., 75c. $1.00, 1oc
$1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50, worth 15C
double .these figures. 8
'MeXi's S its! 6jc
Well, all we want is for you to take a
look at them, that's all. C.
Men's unlaundered Shirts 23c. each. 63
Never before has a Shirt of this kind 40
been sold for that price. 6
White mercerized Negligee Shirts, 6/"
75c. quality, for 53c.
$1.00 colored Negligee Shirts 73c.
75c. colored Negligee Shirts 53c. Wh
65c. colored Negligee Shirts 48c. He
Shoes! Shoes! He
$2.25 Ladies' Oxfords $1.45 pair.
2.00 4 " " 1.35 " He
1.50 Misses " 1.10 '' He
1.25 " " 95c. "9 $3
1.00 Children's Oxfords 79c. pair. $2
3.50 Men's Shoes $2.90 pair.
3 00 "~ " 2.35 "
ity and suerounding counties 1
:hat you can buy at these figui
vill prove it. Don't stop until 3
ment passed, and then have returned thoughts
to their homes and avocations or day into
wandered outcast and disappointed tend so a:
throughout the earth. For them there At the
was no hope but in Christ, and they brook sp
had no hope in him, for he was dead. resurrecti
The Christian religion was dead, and mortality
there was not a Christian in all the to comfo
world during those dark days. ment and
"ITt was hard for the disciples to be- At Ce
, lieve in his resurrection; as hard as Easter
it possibly can be for any mars today. tral M.et
But. soon they knew it not by faith mrig
alone, but as a fact. They saw him, the Rev.
they talked with him, and to one was the evenir
even given opportunity to touch the under the
nail prints in his hands, the spear Foreign
wound in his ide. They were corn- church.
pelled to believe the evidence of their
senses, although that which they were At the
compelled to accept was contrary to Mr. Zimr
their expectations, and at first was Philippiai
a sore trial of their faith. In these might att
facts, forcing conviction upon unwil- the dead.
ling minds, is seen the birth of the and eloq
church and the beginning of the pro- thought t
clamation of the gospel by those who the most
a few days before had been weak, practice<
trembling, fleeing, hopeless outcasts. mance of
"The power of the resurrection is trute, was>
manifested not only in the birth of had he
the church, but also in its steady, on- high ei
ward march throughout the centuries. ing? 'I
A living Christianity proves a living chief aim
Christ." when any
Mr. Seabrook then spoke briefly ted pDae
and forcefully of the power of the erdin t
resurrection in the lives of individualcodnt
men, as the mighty fact of its truth ms e
takes possession of their conscious- to the tim
"Men commonly live as if the pres- pIe do as
ent were the most of time, and the and in lif
things that pass the things that en- thley dete1
dure. The resurrection tells of a Belief i
higher life beyond and points to no- incentive,
bier things than those that fade away.- morality
Men's plans are confined and limited ligious dt
Silk Plaid Organdies
irth 30C , will sell next Thursday for 21C. yd.
ored French Organdie, -oc. quality, for 21C. yd.
;o Net Suits for $5.95 each.
ured Net, 30c. quality, 23c. yd.
Wash Goods! Wash Goods!
. Colored Batiste 71c. yd
. Colored Dimity Izc. yd.
c. Colored Lawn 5c. yd.
. Gingham. for this sale 4y4c. yd.
Calicoes, for this sale, 37/1c. yd.
c. White Lawn 4Y2c. yd.
inch White Lawn. roc. quality, 72c. yd.
c. Checked Homespun 4Yc. yd.
c. Brown Homespun 5c. yd.
ite Quilts, Sheets and Pillow Cases. *
nstitched Sheets, 9c. quality, for 69c each.
mmed Sheets, 65c. quality, for 49c.
nstitched Pillow Cases, 2oc. quality. f,r 12Y2c.
nwoed Pillow Cases. 12y,-c. quality, for Sc. -
,o White Quilt $2 48 $2.75 Wbite Quilt $1.98.
25 White Quilt $1-59 $2.oo White Quilt $1.48.
25 White Quilt 98c.
to know of this sale. We have every *
-es on Thursday, April 27. Just cut
go forward on this Easter It led to the tomb. What was there
Eternity. Let your plans ex- beyond the tomb? The speaker said
to take in things above." he loved to see the joys and beauties
evening service Mr. Sea- of this life, but if that was all those
Dke of the power of the who heard him were here for they
on as bringing Life and Im- were on the wrong side of life. Christ
to light, and of its power brought to you life and immortality,
rt in the hour of bereave- he said. What is your ideal in life?
sorrow. he asked. What is your life worth?
ntral Methodist Church. If it was not based on the truth con
servceswerehel at en-tained in the text it was worth noth-,
hodist church on Sunday ing. If depending upor. Jesus Christ,
withseron b th pasor,though poor in the world's goods, yet
wit s.Zermn, h pastoin you commune with the hosts of hea
S.eH.tins er man, an bi.yen and have treasures thatd can not
diretionof te Woants e Son of God this morning., Let
dfissionary society of tethe power that worked in the grave
morning service the Rev. adyedn orevst htpwr
ierman chose his text front g owr ovcoyi ieadt
i 3:11: "If by any means I h eurcinfo h rv,fo
ain unto the resurrection ofwhcyoshl*reingriuad
Logically and with force icrutbefm tolv frvr
uence he developed the
hat belief in immortality ..wths or od
wonderful iicentive td the .A nsaW.itetig ndat,
>f morality and the perfor-edfrtevnigsvc,udrth
religious duty. If that be asie fteWmns,oeg
't it true that at times we Msinr oit,adi a ted
Id up an idal notedbalagcnggti.
iough in our teach- A h psoa hrh
here was always one TeEse a a prpitl
in life, said the speaker, and cmeoae tS.Lk' p~o
thing else was substituted plcuc. Dvn evcswr
of real excellence was low-heda ioccknSuaymrng
velopment of character. ac-anthHoyCmuinwsa i
> the ideals in God's Word,
end upon the person looking itrd pca olcinwstk
e when there shall be an im-prpry Thcoetinwsmt
dy. Character, he said, was gaiyn,eceigb eryoe
d not so much by what pgO ourhteao- aldfrb h
by what they intend to do, rcoy h etr aigcle o
e people were largely what $o n h adoesmo 128
mined to be. bigraie.Teeeigsrie
r immortality was the onlyweeelat8occk
he said, to the practice of ThretrteRv.Hnyhoa
~nd te peformace o re -the_Son_of_God_work_in_your_hearts
ty.Wasliewrthliinorruptined or toagie forve