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E. H. ArLL. EDiTO.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as second class matter.
TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1905.
The News and Courier says tha
"it is learned that the crop of presi
dential possibilities has so far comc
safely through the Frainbanks freeze.
A day seldom passes in which th(
News and Courier does not have
something to say of the "Fairbanks
freeze." If we are to judge by our
esteemed Charleston cotemporary the
good Artic ship "Roosevelt." in search
of the north pole, might successfully
be steered to the centre of Mr. Fair
In their convention last week the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion proved themselves typical Amer
The death of Joseph Jefferson re
moves fr-m the stage world one of
'its foremost men. The greatest Rip
Van Wrinkle will awake no more
amid the sc.nes of earth.
A little while longer, and it will be
necessary either to build a new bi.idge
oNx,er the railroads on Boundary street
or to cross at s%me other point.
There have been no additional an
nouncements of candidates for gover
nor of South Carolina during the past
President Roosevelt didn't attend
Easter services at New Castle, Col.,
because it was decided that hunting
togs w6uld be inharmonous with
Easter gowns. In other words, the
president didn't go to church because
he "didn't have anythi,g to wear."
In the death of Major James F.
Hart, of Yorkvilk another of the
leaders who added their share to the
glory of the achievements of the
Southern Confederacy h;s passed
over the river to the "rest rnder the
shade of the trees."
. The Deep(
+ Just to keep L
+ Black Dress G
* lot Black Dress Goods, besi
110 lt Black Dress Goods, best
* lot Black Dress Goods, bes
* lot 36 inl. Black Taffeta, w
* lot 36 in. Blk Taffeta, wr
I lot 36 in. Peau de Soie, va
x lot colored anid black Silks
* lot colored Mohairs, etc.,
* Knee Suits ar
Boys' Knee Suits 'and Odd F
x lot Boys' Knee Suits $5-oc
x lot Boys' Knee Suits, 3 50
i lot Boys' Knee Suits, 2-50
* lot Boys' Knee Suits, 2.25
* lot Boys' Wish-Sutt, r.oo
* Odd Pants for Mei-half'pric
* in Cash
Bethel Baptist Church To Be Dedi-,
Fairview. April 24.-This section
has been having some pr:tt3 weath
er. whic'h is good for the farmers.
Mrs. B. A. Connelly spent last Sun
day with Mr. L. D. Norris and family.
Mrs. Brown, of Newberry, will
spend a few days with Mr. J. A. Ba
The writer had the pleasure of at
tending preaching at Fairview on
Wednesday night. The serrmon was
delivered by the Rev. Mr. Moore. of
Columbia. A large congregation was
Mr. Willie Long and wife. of the
I O'Neall section. spent last Saturday
night wivh Mr. J. A. Baker's family.
The dedication of Bethel Baptist
church will take place on the second
Sunday in May. There will be two
sermons and dinner on the ground.
The Rev. A. MA. Pitman and the
Rev. Vernon I'Anson, of Columbia,
will be present. The public is cor- b
dially invited to attend. a
A man is in suspense when he real-' t,
izes that he has broken his suspen- S
How Much Ca
If every man had to d
earning power there wot
in the world. It is the ear
that makes men wealthy.
may be limited but you (
savings if placed in this 1
per cent. compound intel
JNO. M. KINARD,
0. B. MAYER, Vil
Z. F. WRIGHT, C
Ist Cut Pric(
ip the ever increas
for one week th
oods and Silks.
veaves, value $1.25, for 79C. yd.
weaves, \value 85c., for 49c. yd.
t weaves, value 49C., for 24c. yd. w
irranted, value $r1-35, for 79c. yo
auted, value $1.65, for 89c. yd.
lue $'-75, for 98c. yd.
,value 85c . for 39C. yd. $2 0
value 85c., for 39C. yd.
id Odd Pants.
'ants must go. we need the room. $1 2
value, for $2.89 suit.fo
value, for 2.29 stit.
value, for 1.98 suit. 24c.
value, for i 69 suit.R
value, for 69c. suit. .rc
*. ' store
we will sell An
yds. to a cus1
No Goods Charged;
H AIR (
O'Neall Lodge, No. 154, K. of P.
TlICIC will be a coventioni
(Y'Neall Ildge. No. 154. Knights
Pvthias. in the Red Men's hall o
Wednesday evening. April 26. at
j'clock. -or the transaction of suc
msiness :as may properly come befor
F. H. Dominick, C. C.
Jno. K. Aill, K. R. S.
Remaining in post office at Newber
y. S. C., for week ending April 2:
J-Mrs. Larrie Jackson.
S-George Stephens. Mrs. Willi
tuckey, Miss Jemelvie Schumpert
liss Alice Summer.
The blond beauty realized that sh<
,as no longer in the mode. "Fash
m has decreed that hair shall be
ark," she murmured, "and I shall
e in the fashion, though I dye in the
Four men were asphyxiated and
vo seriously overcome by gas on
aturday at a blast furnace in Brad
11 You Earq?
spend upon his own
ild be no millionaires
'ning power of money
Your earning ability
:an SAVE, and your
bank will earn you 4
est and be absolutely
y, S. C.
;ing sales of th
ase Record Bre
Millinery and Ribbons.
his department is rushed, but
vant your trade and will give
such valaes that competition
ders how we do it. Listen:
lot ready to wear Hats, value
o, for $r.49 each.
lot ready to wear Hate, value
o and $1-75, for 95c. each.
Lot ready to wear Hats, value
5 for 69c. each.
ot Children's Sailors,value35c.,
tot Baby Caps, value 49c. for
.bbons, every thread silk for.
yd., Nos. 40,'68 and 8o, othei
s get 20- and 25c. for th~em.
e first 50 La
is bill with y
No Samples Cut DL
right Price Storn
With a line as comr
All the new fabrics a
Cotton and Mohair i
in qualities and co
complete line of Shir
berry. The Pin Doi
in our Mohairs are
Have you se - the
with their art stic cc
have a treat in store
The new Laces
thread laces, Point di
tal Laces, Val Laces,
Our Domestic depat
Millinery is beautil
Come to see us. V
goods as cheap as tf
where, and a fine st<
e Right Price Sto
White and Colored
i lot Persian Lawns, value 39C,, f<
I lot Persian Lawns, value 25C., fc
x lot White and colored Organdy,
x lot India Linen, value 15c., for
i lot Idia Linen, value r2jc., for
x lot Lace Mulls, value 35c., for 2<
r lot Colored Organdy and Lawns,
r lot colored Chiffons and Crepe
r lot 36 in. Sea Island, value 64c.,
i lot 1o-4 bleached Pepperal Sheetit
Shoes and Sli
i lot Oxfords, black and tan, value
i lot Oxfords, black and -tan; value
i lot Oxfords, black and tan, val
leach ic,3 the
g your purse
iring this Sale,
lete as we have ever
re here in Silk,Wool,
n great variety, both
lorings. The most
tWaist Silks in New
and Pastel Shades
new Silk Organdies
ilorings? If not, we
are here. Round
3 Pars, Laces, Orien
beautiful for trim
tment is very strong
'ul this opening.
Ve promise fair and
it, polite attention,
iey can be had else
>ck to select from.
re we offere
>r 23c. yd.
r I3%4c. yd.0
value 25c., for y r4c. yd.+
value roc., for 5c. yd.
le Parns, value 35c., for
tor 4%c. yd.
g, value 35c., for 23c. yd.
$2.50, for $1.28 pair.0
$r.85, for $z.49 pair.
uie $r-35, for 98c. pair. 0