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White and Colored Wash Goods!
These we offer, not at cost, but at prices to clean them out.
Every one a bargain.
72 in. White Organdy, six yds. rakes a dress, value 50c.,
at 24c. per yd.
45 in. White Organdy, value 4oc., at 19c. per yd.
40 in. Persian Lawns, value 35c., at 15c. per yd.
4o in. India Linen, value roc., at 5c. per yd.
Book Fold India Linen, value I2%c., at 9c. per yd.
Checked Nainsooks, value 634c., at 34c per yd.
Lace Mulls and Dotted Silk Mulls, value 35c., at I5c. per yd.
All Figured Batiste and Organdies, value io and 12%c., at
8jc. per yd.
A big lot of 36 in. Percales, Suitings and Batiste, value ioc.,
as long as they last for 5c. per yd.
Red and Blue Prints, best brand at 43 c. per yd.
Umbrellas and Parasols!
One lot Ladies' Parasols, value $Z.oo. for $1.49 each.
One lot Ladies' Parasols, valae $1.75, for $1.24 each.
One lot Ladies' Parasols, value $ .50, for 98c. each.
One lot Ladies' Parasols, value $i.oo, for 69c. each.
One lot Men's Self Openers, value $1.25, for 95c. each.
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS. i htcut.OlnoSe
Items of More or Less Interest Con-setteB.ENihlo
densed Throughout the Sate. sceay pehswr
The annual convention of the rural wsaotda h es ft
letter cairiers association of South ta eiin ecruae
Carolina was held in Columbia this ec onhp sigfra
D. A. T. Farr. a well known citizen
of Jonesville, died at 'his home at that Puuatoacllren
place on Sunday. He was a Confeder
ate veteran. He left an estate valued peo nesncut a
at $4o,0oo. Mna.Teproec
Frank Williams, alias "Old ig~a oefc nognz
Humph," who was tried in Charleston eeto ob edo h
at the April term of the federal court
on the charge of robbing the postof- qeto nnx ody
fice at Kingstree, has been convicted teo iewsapitdt
for robbing the postoffice at Port Nor-erlsprionvrth
folk and sentenced to nyve years in th~oe rtaponcmite
federal prison at Atlanta. hbinfre.Teptto
James A. H-endrix, formerly of Co- alh.adi sntkon1
lumbia, committed suicide at New sgltie aebe ban
Castle, Ky.. by throwing himrself un
der t'he wheels of a moving locomo- arDenwhwatr
tive. It is saidi that he was short in lorinpatnrgon
his accounts with the Bell Telephone oeya o n h a
compan1y for which he was collector. \ihtercmedto
Col. Henry T. Thompson. of Go- adsnecdt ieyas
lumbia. has been elected colonel of t~cs otespeec
the second regiment, and Gov. Hey
ward has added t:hree more colonels
tohis stff which is permitted unde nhne ow fimn
the new mili:ary law. The new colo
nels are Col. D. A. Spivey. of Horry: Sie or.awiemn
Col. D. 0. Herbert. of Orangeburg: vce nteciia or
and Col. J. C. Boyd, of Greenville. hU atStra.o h
Dr. P. H. M:l1 has secured from theracanwasetcd o
Southern railway a farmer's instituteyrsothpeinia.
car. 'Phis car will be a: the disposal
of the college, and will be hauled all GE RA NWS C
over South Carolina. It will be fully
equipped with apparatus and exhiibits tm fMreo esIt
from every dlepirtment of the collee
The car will be in charge of memnbers esdTruh h
of the college faculty, who will give ~Cd~ O ob
instructions5 and expialationlS. aviiieScl
A ma- meetig was hteld at ! Edge- '.>- c'~
~ei oni\lonav o sartth bai rtide0d ver at meting, arf
hug o seure vot on he dspen ary Is ated tast snefthN
LE IN THE HOU
Shoes and Slippers.
We will sell every shoe and
Oxford in the house at actual
cost for one week.
Millinery and Ribbons.
We are satisfied with the
profit in this line for the sea
son, and will sell any Hat for less
than the real value.
All Ribbons reduced to clean
& H A
RIGH T PRICE Sil
pard pre- fSweden is making preparations for It .o.t
id repre- war. marries
acted as jThe president pardoned William L. have an
nade by Kendig and William M. Jacobs, con
tex-Gov- victed counterfeiters.
esolution The bill divorcing church and state Theb
emeeting in France has been passed by the wiltele<
t once in chamber of deputies.
election George E. Lorenz, convicted of
~ry. complicity in the postoffice conspir- monhs
y issued. acy. was taken to prison. undersif
sary peo.. Additional mutinous demonstra- .ind
held on tin have been made among the Rus-sind
he meet- sian ships at Cronstadt.
Ltion, and H. H. Rogers testified in Boston in
n for tihe the suit of George Wharton Pepper, Ne
ispensary receiver of the Bay State Gas compa
commit- ny. against him.
ave gen- C. J. Delvin of Topeka has been
ork, w'ith found to owe $2,500,000. He caused,
s at each the failure of the First National bank Fir
the pro- of Topeka.
s are not Governor Magoon's report for June We
ow many shows that four persons died on t'he D ielli
ed. Isthmus of Panama from yellow fe- the hu
d for the v'er. two being Americans. posed2
ey, near It is estimated that during the ri- lra
itv, about oting at Odessa 6.000 person.s were
convicted killed and nearly $1o,00o,000 worth of yas
amercy, property was destroyed. inure
appealed It is nlow thought that more than Idon't )
rt. The 1,000 persons perished in Guanajuato- and St
-curt has Mexico. as a result of the cloudburst - H
the decis- which completely wipet dl t t'e town
was con- The First National hank of Topeka, Ph0~
at WVal- Kan.. has gone into the hands ot a
charge of receiver, having become embarrassed I
ourteen int conlsequtence of large loans made toI.
J. C. Nevlin. whose ai.fairs were placed
in charge of a corporation last week.
TES. The cotton market became badly S
excited on Monday as a result of the year.
pub)lication of the government re- Coser
rest Con- potsoigthe condition of theElct
Tord- c..tton crop to b e 77 per cent, or lower poe
th han even the small cnr p year 'f 1903. R
S-mv. i :e p)rwe .mmfped. vp ( ne cenlt per Ie
a u iLvalent. to S5 ver bale. , ades_
Black Dress Goods and Silks!
Black Dress Goods, including Panama Cloth, Mohair and,
Voiles, valued at $1.25. for 75c. yd.
Black and Colored Voiles, Batiste and Mohair, 65 and 75c.,
at 39c. per yd.
36 in. Black Taffeta Silk, warranted. value $1.50, at 873/c;
White and colored Jap Silks, value 75c., at 35c. per yard.
Embroideries, Laces and Notions.
One lot Embroidery Insertions, value ioc., for 5c. per yd,
One lot Embroidery, value 5c., for 232C. per yd.
One lot Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs, value ioc., for 4c. each.
One lot Ladies' Lawn Handkerchiefs, value 83c. for 312c
One lot Men's Handkerchiefs, value 8fc. for 4c. each.
One lot Men's Handkerchiefs, value ioc, four for 25c.
Summer Corsets, value 65c. for 38c. each.
A lot of Remnant Table Damask, 2, 2z, 3 and 34 yards, at
prices to go quick.
All Laces must go, ask the price.
VI R D,
enohappens that the man who
Teacher Wanted. O r Fl tc i1
rustees of Dead Fall School
t a teacher on Saturday, July so rie n nod
lteacher preferred. Salary
r $40 per month. Term seven
Applications received by the w ilofryualn
B. L. Dominick, hafte rg lrpie
R. S. Boozer,
iberry S. C., R. F. D. No. 4. Ths p eri prfc
J. W. Crouch,
SilversoonSrriv,ean in evroesetad.
worev fercn yof thie
e Insuranlceh regular price u s.
will insure your Frame sacrificed t o rn ake
ng for only sixty cents on
ndred dollars, (not ex- room for other goods..
or better still, one dol- Those who have need
d eighty cents for five
Good business people of paper should take
their property, why advantage of this sale
ou? Insurance on stock a
>re buildings also,
LMES & McFALL, r
Tire Insurance Agents. iW ysBo kS r .
dIeton Female College!
lendid location. Health resort. Over 200 boarding pupils last'
High grade of work High standard of culture and social life.
ratory advantages in Music. Advanced courses in Art and:
on. Hot water heat. Electric lights and other modern im
miarkable health record; only one death among pupils in 23 years.
ersonal attention to the health and social development of every
High st.andard of scholarship. All pm.pils dress alike on all
>casions. CHARGES VERY LOW.
:h Annual Session will begin Sept. 13th, 1905. For catalogue
, REV. J. M. RHODES, A. M.,
PRmErIENT Littleton, N. C.