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Don't lag back while others are forging 1
* dise in South Carolina. No such an assortn
Newberry's greatest store, and the immense
* morning and every ddy this week. Stop, lo
A Big 5 Cent Table.
3rd Center Table as you enter the door piled with
colored Organdy, Dimity, and Batiste, not a yard in
the lot worth less thnn 8 1 3c., 10C., and 12 1-2c., buy
all you please as long as the big pile holds out, (none
sold to merchants) 5c. yd.
Corsets and Hosiery.
100 doz. Corsets worth 40 and 50c., special for this
100 doz. Corsets, short, medium aad long, worth 50
and 65c., for this week 39c. each.
50 doz. Ladies' drop stitch Stoskings, black and tans,
worth 40c., special for 35c.
50 doz. Ladies' drop stitch Stockings, black and tan,
worth 25c. special for 12 1-2c.
# 25 doz. Children's Socks and Stackings, white, pink
* * and blue, worth 15c., special for 10c. pr.
Don't hold your breath, but hold your poc<
* the big store.
Monument to Sam A. Hawkins. mony was performed by
The monument erected by the J. Long, on Thursday a:
Woodmen of Prosperity to the mem- 4, 1905.
ory of the late Samuel A. Rawkins Many friends and rel
was unveiled with the beautiful and were present.
impressive ceremony of the Wood- - After the ceremony
men of the World on Sunday after- :the dining hall, to pa
noon at 4.30 o'clock. Mr.. A. H. ; many good things ther
Kohn made an address which was them.
appropriate. Many Woodmen and a The groom is a mi
large concourse of people were pres- Ibusiness at Pomaria, an
ent. 'master at that place.
On the following da
St. Luke's Episcopal Church- beautiful dinner was
Divine services will be held in St. home of the groom's fai
- Luke's Episcopal church ou next Sun- Graham, in honor of th
dr.y, May 14, at 11 o'clock a. m. and May many years of
at 8.i5 o'clock p. m. All persons are theirs to enjoy.
- cordially invited. Jo]
Praise For Book on "Immortality." D~o r.Eia
Rev. Dr. Henry M. White, pastor Mr.Co
of Opequon Memorial church atElzbt
Kernstown, this county, sends the Jn 2 88 n e
Star the ifollowing criticism on Rev. -y4 9
W. L. Seabrook's work on "Immor- .Sewsavr o
tality." adfranme fy
"Immortality," by Rev. Win. L. hrsn uis n a
Seabrook, is a book of two hundred t h ieo e et
pages on a subject of unusual interest. Shwaamebro
The author modestly disclaims any EaglclLtea
credit for originality. His "one de- Afeanilsso
sire," he says, "is to bring the mes- sfeigitneya
sage of comfort to hearts that long cm,adacrigt
for ti.yse a ed
"A breath from the Heaven-side bank Idnofe;eah
of the river of Death." shlbearstbu
His success in doing this is worthylieonrinrdrt
of all praise. Comfort for hearts cide.
longing for the things that are unseen Heboywslit
may be drawn from every page. daafeno inS.?
Nothing new has been written on eey h evc a
"mmnortality" since the days of Pla- rpat.
to and the Apostle Paul. Yet there Shleesaboer
is a new way of putting old truths.en radhle.ac
And this is the charm of the book: fins l fwo
Its ifreshness and unction do the gety
heart good. We 'bought it for old"Paeubetysln
acquaintance sake, but have read and Paeu ntega
reread it carefully for its own sake.Thunmoewlji
'The arguinent, increasing in strength To omr u
from the beginning, is conclusive.-- kow
The Evening Star, Winchester, Va.
At the home of the bride's father,Thnihevnwt
Mr. William A. Hentz, of Walton, the
Mr. James L. Graham and Miss Mat- Ween aeelt
tie Hentz wreamarried.The.cerezaJ
UP TO TH
:heir way to this store supplying their spring and summe
ient, no such styles and no such values can you find els(
volume of business that is being done under this roof prc
The Millinery Department.
The biggest cut price Millinery sale ever held in the town
this week. I am determined to sell you Hats, profits or no
2oo Ladies' fine trimmed Hats, worth $3.00 and $4.00, for
this sale $2.49.
200 Ladies' fine trimmed Hats, worth $5.oo and $6.oo, for
this sale $3.98.
ioo Ladies' fine trimmed Hats, worth $7.oo and $8.oo, for
this sale $4 98.
You can buy any Street Hat in the house at cost.
Another White Lawn Sale.
i case White Lawn, (remnants) some 40 in. wide, positively
not a yard in the lot worth less than io and 12y2c. for this
big sale 5c. yd.
25 pieces Silk Mull, all shades and black and white, worth
a quarter, for this sale 15c.
25 pieces White Organdy, full 2 yds. wide, worth 4oc. yd.,
for this sale 17c. yd.
25 pieces Persian Lawn (for Cemmencement Dress), worth
20C., for this sale ioc. yd.
25 pieces 44 in. Persian Lawn, for (Commencement Dress)
worth 4oc., for this sale 19c. yd.
:et book until you get here for any want in Dry Goods,
gh 's Mimi
ST STORE IN THE
the Rev. Jna. Advertised Letterf. No
t ernpon, May Letters remaining in postoffice for In a Pullm:
week ending May 6, 05, railway recent
atives of both B-S. L. Boozer. waggish yc.j
C-George Cane, Rev. H. C. Comi- derly gentlem
all retired toter, Miss . Willie Cromer, Amelia ~Wghietus-cet
-take of theWhetusn
e in -store for E-A. J. Evatt. . observed a gc
G-Thomas Gary, Abraham Green protruding fro
rchant doing H-Andrew Hiolt, Henry H6dges. goodn' opock
d is also post- 3-C. H. Jackson, Lou Johnson. hele oteru
K--Mrs. Fanmie King.* hrfr,h
y a rich and I -To Ledsaw. -s-aiteefredh:
erved at the . M-Deia Miles.sad
her, M-r. John R-Arthur Robinson, Henrietta Will .you t
e o-casion. RhdnMs erRf.The old mar
hapenss be S-G. L. Stewart, Mollie Sims,botedadr
3. ong ,Mrs. M. D. Summer."o,sr
m.J.n ... W-2. A; Williams. - 'twon't h
_________________wag, "it's the
eth Cromer. "on a
ier was born No More Insurance for Him, m.an, speaking
arted this life Arf old German farmer had his farm carriage to he
house insured for ?I,ooQ, *says an drinking whisk
estic woman, exchange. The house .was burned, man at 40. Iti
ars lived with The insurance comp,any.iiad reseryed. When I was a
with hin;i up the right to replace the house ins.tead and. the last th
of paying the money. ~. -. me to her be
St. Matthews Th~e agent having this in mind, promise mue th;
urch. said to the farmer: "We'll put you up a drop of liqu<
everal weeks,! a better house than the' one ye' 1ad "Oh, well, i
imes, the end for 6oo pounds." . joker, "I mus
her own tes- ("Nein!"' said the farmer, em~phati.. whereupon, su:
for it: It d ally. "I vill half my one tousand words, he pul
for I know pounds .or. nothings! Dot .house could took a good d
would like to niot be.built again for even a tousand." he dropped th<
be with my "Oh, yes it could," said the insur-- mation which
ance man. "It was an old house. It like a blessing,
rest on Fri- ~doesn't cost so much to build nowa- My mouth's al
atthews cem- Adays. . A six-hundred-pound new Then it was
conducted by house would, be a lot bigger and bet.. discovered his:
ter than the old one." -ment of the otl
two sons, sev- Sqme months later the insurance "Ah,.young
a host of manf rode up again to the farmer's ful before yol
hall mjss hen- place. property again
"J.ust thought I'd stop while I was anid that bottl
slumber- up here," he said, "to see if you want- nine and iron f
so low: ed to take out a little insurance." The young n
' our number "I got notings to insure," said the station.
songs shalt farmer-nothings but my vife.'' Wear -
"Well, then," said the insurance W r tl
man, "insure her." dpt
neet thee, "Nein!" said the farmer, with de- The Chicagc
is fled, termination. "If she die. you come nprsetof
oy to greet out here and say, 'I not gif you one
thousand pounds. I get you anoder Hair and F~
r is shed." and better vife for six hundred.' No,bagniner
ai 3. Long. sir, I "dakes no more insurance oud!" ba_nsi ee
r needs from the greatest stcck of merchan
,where. This stcre can in all truth be called
ves the allegation. Be on hand Wednesday
Another Cake Taker.
100 full pieces colored Organdy, Dimities and Batiste,
worth and sells in every Dry Goods store fr'om the
Southern-Railroad to the Sky Scraper for 15 and 20e.,
and some of the old has-beens want a quarter for the
same goods, all piled on a big center table, buy all you
please, madame, at MimnaugTi's for 10c. the yd. 0
Big Shoe and Slipper Sale. 0
REDUCED PRICES IN THE SHOE DEPARTMENT.
All $1.00 and $1.25 Siippers reiaced to on e price *
All $1.35 and $1.50 Slippers reduced to one price 98c. pr.
All $1.75 and $2 00 Slippers reduced to one price, *
All $2.25 and $2.50 Slippers reduced to one price
Millinery, Clothing, Shoes and Hats hunt
t so Funny. Mr. E. T. Carlson has received a
mn car on an English message from his father stiting that
y, says an exchange, a Mr. Carlson's brother, Mr. C. k
r man, noticing an el- Carlson, had been killed in a machine
mn trying to put on a shop in Sweden in ht- hen-at at
went to his assist-mncc. wr.Teyugmnws2 er
gaged, the young man od
m one of the old gen
ts, and thought it a ThstaeArnasasukm
ity for a joke. Having acliinwt nte tae f
nger on with his coat,thMascuescotonSdy
ulld ot he las ad ng. Onerlife's ost,.C.R
diotrcgnzhop Bad Stoeninahch ws a
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