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Sound Busiqess Reasi
ing is like plowing, you've got to leari
no young kid with my first little stock
prices lower than the little fellow evei
believe you'll go back and tell your fr
. . . Ladies Sk
These skirts are the bigge
values in any Newberry Stor
they are all wool. Man-tailor<
well made, and latest cul
they are worth $1.50 to $4.0
the special price on these f'
this week, is 98c., $1.49, $1 .
and $2.49. Ladies' fine skir
worth $6.50 to $8.50, sped
for this weck, $4.98. Be c
hand and get your size.
Under Priced for Quick Selling.
60 pieces yard wide Percales, the 8 1-2c. kind, for 6 1-4c. yd.
125 pieces fast color Calicoes, the 5c. kind, for 4e. yd.
20pieces fast color Calicoes, the 6 1-2c. kind, for 5c. yd.
25eees heaviest A. C. A. Feather ticking for 12 1-2c. yd.
40'pieces good mattress ticking, worth double, 5c. yd.
10Wp2eces good heavy Oating worth 6 1-2c., special 4c. yd.
100. good heavy Outing, worth 8 1-2c., special 5c. yd.
5 36inch Sea sland worth 6 1-2e., special5c. yd.
5 bales 30 inch standard Drill worth 8e., special 6e. yd.
5 bales 86 inch heavy White Homespun, worth 8c., Special614
5 bales Newberry M'Is White Homespun, 2 to 10 yds. 6e. yd.
200 large white Bed Spreads, as leaders this week, 98c. each.
100 fulrnieces Canton Flannel, worth 15e., special 10c
THE DEPARTMENT S'l
STAND BY ELEVEN CENTS. "I hiave watched w
Mr. Lever's Insiring Address to the admira.ion the heroicf
Lexington Farmers-ynopsis of associati,on and its vigia
speech Given out in an Inter- fu'l and courageous les
viewin olumia-hising for southiern comr
is th Crmiais. dustrial independence.
is te Cra..the burden of this wh
*Congressman A. F. Lever, who isu h onrlo h
r very *much~ interested in the Cottoninohehads otep
- Farmers' association, was 'in C'ol'um-ofwheeilgcay
biia on Saturday and gave out the fol- blns ht'h
lowing interview: Isol b ocdt b
Representative Lever, who is -in the tk ii rdc f'
city on his way sto -spend a few weeksprcasemseson
at 'his old home at Peak, was asked Ve'te at,i
his opinion aoncernin'g the fight now o odbsns e
bing made for 'higher price :otton,evdneothfat]
and .the probable outcome of the ef- de o prcaet
forts of the C'o:ton as'sociation -in that psto edb i
Mr. Lever said: "We had a small Ta e~iudhv
-but enthusiastic and, representativeacodinthslg
meeting at Lexington en last Monday, I rtndn;ta h
at which ine Mr. Hyatt 'and I spoke Tt erwt tlne
to the farmers, urging upon them thekow thpoeofo
necessity of 'holding the.ir cotton un-coenrtnofffr
til t'he minimum price fixed 'by thebeif
Ashevdle onvetion s rec~ ~ puan "Wth cantrelouee
pointng ot to hemhattinav ro tce ofhandse t'hp
figh, mant eve io eigt cnt of, where, in aogcasure
ton, ad thecomplee annhilat on gs. thet difheuult
of th orgaizaton, wich hasharead a bmnts e forceb
done so muc"h 'intak the waprlstn et o u of th ouh
beneit fr al clsse inhe outh busnes masness et
We found ~ ~ ~ evdeceo the faresdtrie siuto,wlngactl
sibletdo."sigi tio hek way ofhimn
no raso wh th Sothen Ctto athe ftofnr' gthest
A&s.ociation ~ ~ ~ hat h should nohi h h ie o a veos bor
zatio is aid pon roadfoun atos econeo thrsn
incldingin is mebersip e ertain g;e at 'hedrs
appea to to ofthe geato bear wt?h utderngei
ageniesof rewrld,locl prde no the large uofno
enlihteed elfshnes. he ssoia-concra io of efor
Asievibecoventi sgreacgieood land"ian elouess,e,a
noitionly beu t apemtas to 'ther seto the sacuse,ceh
nfw,hinotve cruia menmnt lofo the tovemnt of ths sta
reagon,thatnt saeals or eightern prt-tsou in thmeasure,
pride, ouganfiting bhc alead aterfent, rsave forc
> Business Than Any Other Conc
J If you'll stop just long enough to scratch
see why you ought to reap the benefit frc
'' To run a big business you've got to have
i how before you can do it successfully. W ith SE
I back up my long experience with plenty of
dreamed of. Hitch up and drive to town, look <
iends that "The Half Has Never Been Told."
rts . 0.. Poplar Friced Millii
We believe that
are presenting to
d )trade the most attr
ive line of pop
priced Millinery 4
exhibited in NewbE
ts Place your order,
once before the i
YARD WIDE The S]
INIIAAA I ~i l fIAALkII~m ereyou find z
*~ ~ ~ ~ ~~er canlougn ow~ii show.
Androscoggin Bleaching jamedihe o
I jammed with not
AT 5C. A YARD. We carry more a
shoe dealers carr
If you buy $5.00 worth of any to headquarters.
kind of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats
or Clothing from us we'll give But never eqw
- you 20 yds. of Androscoggin in clothing, whe1
Bleaching at 5 cents a yard. week will be a c<
ith' increasing out followers worthy of the lea4er- tesle nters bf
ight which the slhip; and it is fortunate that a com'bi-thfie inru,wu
ant , resource- nation of these qualities is found in vcoyfr'h pcltr
.ders are mak- 'the leaders and membership of 'this or- ntol i~ ai o
1eal and in- ganization, and victory seems only a eaeaseio'ttth
I take it that question of time and continued loyal- ntstk,buat'hsn
oile fight .is to ty -to the cause. dc ai mn h
price of cottoni "However, 'the'danger point has not d~sw'ihnternk
roducers there- .been passed. The crucial moment isgaztin Byrdcg
and rightfully now at hanid, the crisis -in the life of *etnrhpodcrw
:tton grower the organization is there, and every cto.Te nwte
g some one to man of whatever toccupation~ who hasta th,buteyee
is toil at such an interest in the south .is called uponprdcs,atnude
ble and just .to to meet the supreme test of courageonTefrtsihrs,'t
Scon'tradiction and 'loyalty. If .the end sought by thecornlesta sa
hods, and an organization 'is to be 'attained, it must Ti em ob h a
rat t.he grower be done by presenting an unbroken ig*aeeelsigv
e commanding and determined front to the entemy. peeti on h o
vith respect to The convention at Asheville, a few atthledrhpwl
staple crop- weeks ago, placed a minimum price ____________
o,rne with suc'h u~pon cotton, a pr-ice be>low which itc
passes all un- o.ught not to be sold.
hould continue '"Withou.t discussing or passingA N l
- now that 'he juidgment upon t'he wisdom of that ac
anzto, theion.:it seems to, me no one can afford,
;seems beyond -:ith'er .in justice to himself or the
inpie by th ledges made, -to sell below the price
mspied y te fxed, who can by any reasonable
te ladr in the sacr.ifice hold this cotton. The time for
.and thae discussion is pass'ed. Eleven cents for
and i thefacecotton is the voice of the association,
es and d iscu--ttered in solemn convention and af
d pntea-ter fall debate. That 'is the line of
rn farmer and battle laid down 'by :The leaders, the
:ion 'of the true true soldier asks no questions. His
aompact massd duty is plain. You are facing a
ina pont-an watchful, aggress-ive, wily and dan
uscfine,dom.t gerous enemy. To break the line by
ustialreeom.desertion or treachery weakens 'the
th caus,tnnot be laid whole line, 'endangers the ground:hel-d,
en. They have and threatens the destruction of the
bycue oacause. To prevent any breaks in The
Iin' the stu- lin-e, to hold firm your position, to in
utsogtndspire your fellows with ccoufidence andI
p mn every re- corg,becomes the supreme duty of
ng- while de- every man interested in ootton and
he sagacity and that means every- man in the south.
or ultimate and "The recent slump in prices is the
ot win except opening of the heavy guns of -the ene
,courage and jmy. The skirmishing and manoeuv
Sconstitute the e ring for position have ceased andAC
aral army. A It'he fighting begun. To force prices fe
'helpless ith- downeelow-leencents,eandthenbcatc
eM in Newberry.
your "ihin4ing place" you'll
m our bargain-giving power.
the know how. Merchandiz
venteen years iearning I am
capital to command goods at
>er our imrnense stock, and I
we a e
hoe House of Newbeiry.
nore Shoes and more kinds of Shoes than all New
One side of my store 100 feet long packed and
hing but Men's, Boys', Women's and Girls' Shoes.
hoes under our tables than most of the Newberry
y in stock. Don't "monkey" on the wayside; come
Every South bound train is bringing us new goods.
a our clothing bargains. No matter what you want
,her for men or boys, come here. Every day this
erry, South Carolina.
re it reaches doube not, but that it will require
I be a mioral every availiable pressure to hiold the
for it would line secure, -I do know. This is 'he
the oft re- crisis. To faltier now, means ruin.
'farmer will Desertior, while always despicable,
ie time pro- would be doubly so at thiis time, when
weak-kneed so muc~h is at stiake.
of 'the or- "'My faith~ in the splendid courage
prices, they and rfimhod of the souhern man,
t-h low price my confidence in -the leadership of
:annot main- the movement, and my bel.ief in thie
:t to get the justice of the cause, have prompted
fear, to sell me to speak -hus lenigtihily in re
ling for his sponse to your question, feeling as I
:tual value. k>, that the fight must be won or lost
i, and noth- in an eiffort, desperate it may seem,
pilance will to maintain the minimum set by the
:as planned. Asheville convention Yes, I believe
not falter. I the farmers 'will win."
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