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We are kee ing up the pac
of the South, builuing with U
moth business. Look back
here in Newberry, then paus
the great success of MIMNA
chant or merchants in Newb
merchandise. Be on hand e
Silks and Dress Goods.
3 pieces 36 in. Blacc Taffeta Silk, the $1.00 kind, for 79c. yard.
5 pieces 36 in. Black Taffeta Silk, the $1.50 kind, for 98c. yard.
5 pieces 36 in. White China Silk, the 69c. kind, for 39c. yard.
4 pieces 44 in. Black Brilliantine, the 69c. kind, for 49c. yard.
5 pieces 45 in. Black Melrose, the 75c. kind, for 48c.
Our entire stock of Silks and Black Goods to go at cut prices.
Bedspreads, Towels and Table Linens.
50 large Marseilles Bed Spreads, ivorth $1.50,. special 98c. each.
75 large Marseilles Bed Spreads, worth $2.25. special $1.39 each.
47 large Marseilles Bed Spreads, worth $3 ('0, special $2.29 each.
100 large Bed Spreads as a flyer, worth 85c., special 49c. each.
1 case large bleached Cotton Towels, worth 15c., special 9c. each.
50 doz. large Bleached Huck Towels, worth 20c., special 12 1-2c. each.
5 pieces half bleached Table Damask, full two yards wide, and sell
the world over for 65 and 75c yd., special for 47 1-2c. yd.
5 pieces Bleached Damask, as white as the driven snow, .worth 7
and 85c., special for this sale 59c. yd: . . .
3 pieces bleached Satin Damask, full two yds. wide and as white a
the driven snow, wo'rth $1.00 and $1.25 yd., for this big sale 79c. yd.
A big lot of remnants in Table Linens, some full bleached and sowm
half bleached, the entire lot marked in plain figures, thrown on centei
table at half price.
THE NEWS FROM SALDUA. the chi:dren. The day will
_______ant menmory to the childre
The Doings of a Good People-Pic- Ms eeiv rdu
nics, Barbecues, Other Ibry stegeto i
Because nothing has been waftedvitnghrfed.MsM
across the waters of Saluda is no sign I odsesr en
that we are doing nothing; rather the i ol e~iet bls
the reverse. We are a busy people, bti tmasoe a
as the bales of cotton, which go toalthievstwodse
the Newberry market telis, and rightIfmnwldrk-h r
now is the busiest time, as the spring sl ote nteqit
rains put all the crops late, and it a lc hntesns
seems hard to catch up. i lsdadn ohr
The community was saddened byclaebhidsrnd
the recent accident near here of thetw eilchoeheea.
drowning of young Robert Langford Thne Luerncr
and every one sympathizes with theluaisnrcmpeo,
The once beautiful homae of Mr. Joeciyothhil
Bouknight now of Johnaston is fast Thristbeaabcu
going to decay-for about twentythronhe4hfJu,
years it was the home of Mr. J. Her-prbly e,oefth
bert, when it again passed into the sao.M.Tre h
hands of Mr. Bouknight. The old ctrri htln,wl
mill, where once quantities of corn ceadhs.Sekr
and wheat were daily ground, has prsadagnrlgo
passed into disuse; the dam broken pce.Cm vr r
and decay is written everywhere. The sefryusl htag
dwelling house is deserted and nearly wl ae
all the window glass bro:<en. Negroes Tehat ftepo
cultivate a portion of the land. scini eakbygo
There is a nice little settlement at hdtoyugdcost
Moody. owned by L. D. Riley. Esq. btte o' ty I
A fine, commodious dwelling, whichprvsi saalrgh
he occupies and several cottages nearhal.Mr.Hm ici
where his sons live. Mr. Luther Ri-(jteilbuismpvng
1ey has a good country store. Mr. MrGegeLv,th
Gregg Riley has a saw mill. Mr. I. D. tTemnV aua a
Riley also has one of the ninest gins poigtetm n
in this section. lreqatte ffs
Children's Day was observed at te oNwer a a
Bethany church last wveek. The OnStra,bfrth
morning was devoted to recitationsinJlthrwllb a
and songs by the children. About dnea h rv ert
one P. M. dinner was announced and M.D .Sih ti
all helped themselves freely to all p:c n aoiersr
that was nice, to poultry and pastry.,rs
and puddings of rice, good beef in aw'rucmrcttf
abundance and fruit that was sweet, !rr2 eaoria
in fact every thing. which could tempt xtt~wt w af
them to eat. The afternoon was de- >g~z ~: 'r
and M. Purifovmadeshorttalkrto . is the cguet ofais
e that has put us in the f
ie same methods that lail
a few years at the way b
e for a moment, at the cr
UGH'S business. Anoth(
erry to meet the prices y
very day this week.
Umbrella and Parasol Sale.
Prices far below what others ask.
roo Parasols and sun shades worth 6oc. for
oo Parasols and sun shades worth 75c. for
ioo Parasols and sun shades worth $1.25 for
too Parasols and sun shades worth $2.oo for
A Big Shoe and Slipper Sale.
All odds and ends in Shoes and Slippers to be
closed out this week for what they will bring.
We intend to lower this mountain of merchan
dise and will chuck in the dynamite of low prices
to make this week a corker.
10 doz. Ladies' White Duck Hats, worth 75c.
and $i.oo, one to each customer 49c. each.
Spot Cash Store ir
we of Newberr
be a pleas- state hospital the proper place for short 1
:n. such females. would
2 of New- When a man contracts the habit of 1. s '.
s Sue Ray whiskey drinking and comes home, A se
reeling and, cursing and making him- the WV
wberry, is self .obnoxious, nothing is said and Sunday
ary Lester. if he happens to slap his- wife or chil- of Salu
rohibition, dren the wise men declare that they Rev.
Sthem all; don't like to interfere in family affairs Langle
ooms with and nothing is said about providing a special
m unwise, proper place for him. P. Red M
ot have it WTha
st manner, West End News. sarv e
:s the door There appeared an article in the once?
s boy is Atlanta Journal on the wvrite up of
doors. Of the game of base ball at Whitmire.
There seems from the reading of the
ch at "Sa- article that West End base ball team The
which will does not deserve a write up. Be- will m<
>f the little cause this team is composed of cot- er for
ton mill operatives, is no reason why prever;
and picnic they cannot play ball. West End warded
which wvill does not want to cast any reflection
>est of the on t'he college team at all, but they
is a noted want everything that is due them in a
urnish the game of ball. They are willing for
from all the college team to win the pennant
time is ex- every season. They attended every WVe
~ditor, and game played at college when it was grove
ad time we possible for them to do so- Crome
The bo:ys are going to have a game Speake
1e of this of ball on thc fourth, between the be on
.We have Fat and the Lean, at nine o'clock in pleasar
settle h ere. t'he morning.
~-so that IOn tihe evening of the fourth. at 4.30
place for o'clock. there will be a game of ball
s has been between the \Vest End :eam and a
team froml Clinton. The
champion Mr. Thomas Rhoden's father of in No.
been im- Augusta. Ga.. arrived here last Sun- teache:
as caught day and will stay here for several $35.00
nid carried days. must b
e. Mr. J. J. Crooks had the misfortune
;rd Sunday to loo.e his fine cow a few days ago.
picnic and At tihe last meeting of the Odd Fel
ie home of jlows, the following officers were
a beautiful elected: N. G.. D. L. Franklin; Vice The
for picnic- G.. E. N. Austin. Recording Secretary, er for
T. S. Huldson, Financial Secretary, T. 1905. a
Smorphine Y. Jonecs. Treaisurer. Theo. Danielsoni. Applic
nary pain C). S. G.. R. J. Crumpton. These of- dersigt
y in severe tieer, will he inistalle'd on next Friday
e sorry for evenin by . D. G. W. Van Smith.
Ii' The rain which fell on last Satur
ront as the merchant leaders
d the foundation of this mam
usiness was conducted right
iange, all brought about by
.r thing, I challenge any mer
ve are making on "legitimate"
Mimnaugh's Quick Steppers.
100 piaces A. C. A. Bed Ticking, worth 15c. special 11 1-2c. yd.
25 pieces genuine Lonsdale Cambric, worth 15c., special 10c. yd.
50 pieces Shirting Prints, cheap at 5c. yd., special 3c. yd.
2 cases Androscoggin Bleach, worth 8 1-3c. yd. special 7c. yd.
2 bales checked Homespun, worth 5c., special 3 I-2c. yd.
2 bales checked River Side Plaids, worth 6 i-2c., special 5c. yd
It is astonishing to many how cheap we do se.l good goods.
White Lawns and Silk Mulls.
25 pieces White Lawn, full pieces, worth 8 1-Sc., for this sale 5c. yd.
50 pieces White Lawn, full pieces, worth 10c., for this sale 7 1-2c. yd.
50 pieces White Lawn, full pieces, worth 15c., for this sale 10c.
25 pieces White Lawn, full pieces, worth 25c., for this sale 15c, yd...
20 pieces Silk Mull, worth and sells for 15c. for this sale 10c. yd.
24 pieces Silk Mull, worth and sells for 25c., for this sale 15c. yd...
Hundreds of others not mentioned here will be on sale.
A Big Ribbon Sale.
500 pieces new Ribbons just rolled in, Nos. 40, 60 and 80, all shadiw
and black and white, worth 15 and 20c. yd, for this big sale, buy all
you please for 10c. yd.
Two Specials in Pillow Slips and Sheets..
50 doz. Pillow Slips, worth 15c., special 10c each.
25 doz. ready-made Sheets. worth 75c., special 49c.
1 the Town.
y South Carolina
ime it seemed as though we Youn mn dn fter yo St
have a storm. Three or four ta o 'v aea mrsin
ere blowvn down.wenaglsmlsayo.Prp.
ries of meetings will start at sei o elbe oluh
est End Baptist churcth, next
-night. Rev. George White,
da, will conduct the meeting. Fire Insura ce
John H. Graves, returned from
y S. C., where he preached a Wewlinuey rFrn
sermon to the several tribes of0welnfoolysxyeto
en of oHrse Creek Valley. thhude dolr,(te
t is the matter with the dispen-poe)orbtrsil,oe dL
lection? Why not 'have it at lradegt et o f
West End. F. H. C. yer.Go buissp pl
TEACHER WANTED. do'yo? nurcenstc
patrons of Dead Fall schoolanstrbulngaso
~et on July 1st to elect a'teach
said school. A male teacher H LM S&MFL
ed. Applications must be for- Fr nuacAet.
to any one of the undersigned. Phn67
B. L. Dominick, _______________
J. W. Crouch,
R. S. Boozer.'
will give a barbecue in the Ou Falsok w f
at the rseidence of Mr. Jno. A.
r on Wednesday. July 19. so rie n nod
r's on the issues of the day will e om k om fri
hand. A good dinner and a w ilofryualn
it time. Everybody invited.
D. A. K1eckley, o o ae o n
T. H. Cromer. hafte rglr rc
TEACHER WANTED. T i ae spret
patrons ot Mr. Bethel school
2township desire to employ a jleey rsetad
for seven months. Salary w rheeycn fte
per month. All applications
e sent to
JC.S. Brown, rglrpie u s
Jno. S. Ruff. sciie o mae
Teacher Wanted.Ths w ohaen d
undersigned wvill elect a teach
Union Academy on July ro, o ae hud tk
t a salary of $30 per month.ad ntg ofhi sae
ations must be sent to the un
ed at Prosperity. S. C. a
L I. Feagle.
M. C. Moore.
Jno J. Kinard.
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