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COLLEGE LYCEUM COURSE.
s The First Attraction November io
Madam Maconda, the Famous
Singer,Second only to Nordica.
The Newberry College Lyceum un
doubtedly scores its greatest success
in bringing the famous singer, Madam
Maconda, to Newberry on the evening
of Friday, November io. She is sec
ond only to Nordica in her hold on
the American public, which is becom
ing even greater as her voice matures
to its perfection.
It is only through a combination of
khappy circumstances that the Lyceum
finds itself in a position to offer this
"star attraction" as the opening num
ber. The artist has two nights vacant
between her engagements in large
southern cities and in New York, and
these have been seized upon by Spar
tanburg and Newberry.
She will be remembered by many
people on account of 'her conquest
of Atlanta last spring, where she re
ceived a veritable ovation, In New
York she is a great favorite, the Her
ald recounting 'that on a recent oc
casion when she sang there "the audi
ence arose to her after both numbers,
and she had to respond with encore
numbers." When she visited Rich
mond, the News declared that the'
great singer "fully justified all the ex
pectations that -had been formed in
advance. Nature has been very prod
igal to this artist with gifts, for she is
not only a richly endowed singer, but
a very -beautiful woman. She was giv
en a wild ovation."
Single tickets for this concert will
cost $i.oo, and, with season tickets,
will be on sale at the store of Mr. A.
C. Jones, who represents\ the Lyceum
committee. Season - tickets are for
sale. at $2.oo each, admitting to the
entire five numbers of- the course.
Seats will be reserved for the holders
of season tickets, though' no dis
tinction can be made among 'these,
the rule being, "First come, first:serv
The second number in the course
will consist of a concert by the Schu
bert String Quarterte, already well
known in Newberry. These will come
November 21, but no reduction will~
Every Sale w
Saving, So w
Dress Goods a
46 in. Black Henrietta, worth $1.25 fo
50 in. Black Panama Cloth, worth $1.2
52 in Shroink Serge worth .$1.00.,for 7i
40 in. Venetian Cloth worth 65c. for 4
54 in. Broadcloth, all colors and blaci
guarantee this cloth worth $1.25, for 89
56 in. Mountville Suiting worth $1.00
42 in. Colored Serge, worth 75c., for 4
38 in. Flannels, worth 60e., for 44e. y<
40 in. Mixed Suiting, worth 65c., for
40 in. Covert Cloth, worth 75ec, for.19
36 in. Peau de Soie, worth $1.50, for 9
36 in. Black Taffeta, worth $1.50, for
36 in. Black Taffeta Silk, worth $1.00,
36 in. Black Henrietta, Panama and Sh
Cotton Goods that F
We will prove what we say. We will
One lot Checked Homespun, worth .5c,
One lot Checked Homespun, worth 6 1
17 yds. good Sea Island for 98e
Dark Outing, w orth 10 and 12 1-2c. yd~
Good Canton Flannel for 5c. yd.
be made in the price of season tickets.
All concerts will begin promptly at
half past eight. and the doors will bc Gr
closed throughout the rendition of
At The Opera House. cla
The coming attraction which will rat
hold the boards at the opera house for 30,
one night only Monday. October 23rd ret
is the dramatized version of Sir. A.
Conan Doyle's thrilling novel, "The
Sign of the Four," with "Sherlock
Holmes" as the chief character. It
is said that "The Sign of the Four" hat
measures up to the very best of dra- bea
matic productions. The play abounds boi
in thrilling situations. An excellent the
company and a big production can be ful
expected. The company has been se- tha
lected with great care and is headed
by t-he talented young actor. Mr. Sam
B. Hardy. I
St. Paul's Items. anc
St. Pauls, October 16.-Communion ter
services at St. Pauls yesterday. The wh
church council has extended a call to res
Rev. J. A. Sligih for the next synodi
cal year. Bro. Sligh has accepted the
call. He will commence on his forty- I
firs-c year with us the second Sunday Er
in November-the Sunday that syn- wri
od will embrace. 'ber
Mr. J. A. C. Kibler was elected dele- ma
gate to synod. in ]
Mrs. Bettie Edington is visiting at azi:
Mrs. Ella R. Bedenbaugh's. Stc
Mr. John Epting is home from yot
Newberry college sick with fever. on<
Mr. Bertie Epting spent Sunday
with his parents returning to Newber
ry college today.
The State fair will hold forth next of
week. Everybody should attend one Col
or two days at least. From all ac- the
counts there <will be some fine ex- the
hibits. - cha
Mr. D. Leroy Wedaman is confined is :
with fever. tor:
In a few more days the farmers hin
will be through gathering their crops. wei
Some have sown oats and report a of
good stand. The farmers are going to onl
sow oats and iwheat-that is right. I nes
We have a s-tart and that is the only CaI
way to hold our own 'by raising our \i
supplies at home. E. not
e make this we
e. give you thE
y, Cotton Goo
nd Silks! Und<
r 89c. yard. I Ud
5 for 89c. yd.
)c. yard. tend giving
:, this is no cheap stuff, we 50 doz. M<
e. yd. worth 50c. f
for 59c. yd. 40 doz. Mv
9c. yd. worth 65c.,
L 25 doz. I
19c. yd. Union Suits.
~. yd. 25 doz. La
Be. yd- 25 doz. La
for 69c. yd.15ozLa
~rkskin, worth 49c , for 24c yd. 49c. each
verybody Use!~ Weneed t
sell you cotton goods for less. quick prices.
,for 3 3-4c. yd will be slang
-4e., for Sc. yd. Coeqi
,for 8 1-3c. yd. W els
R We sllH'I
.enville, S. C., October 31, Novo
ber 2, 1905.
Cound trip rate via Charleston
.stern Carolina Railway, one f
ss fare plus 25 cents (minim
a 50 cents); tickets on sale Octo
31, November 1st. and for mc
trains .of November 2nd., with fi
irn limit November 3, 1905.
Have You Seen Them?
Vhat? Why those ready to w
s at Hair and Havird's. They
uties and all the rage and can
ight from 48 cents up to $5
y have lots of other pretty and i
articles in this store and at pri
t will surprise you.
he house just outside the city 1
'belonging to Mr. C. L. Hav
occupied by Carrie Suber was
>yed by fire about five o'clock 3
lay morning.. -It is not knc
!ther the fire was accidental or
ult of an incendiary.
s a story which will appear in
t magazine for November. It
tten by Mr. F. Z. Wilson of N<
ry. It is a story partly ficti
nly fac:s concerning a fhorse stc
iewbery county in 1865. The m
ie will be on sale at Mayes' B(
re and in order to receive a c(
[ had better put in your order
fr. Thomas Dixon's dramatizat
the "Clansman" was presented
umbia Saturday night to one
largest houses that -has been
opera house in many a day.
llenges anyone to show where
nistaken in reference to any I
cal fact. Mr. Dixon was pres
iself and made a speech. Th
-e those present who disappr
the play and who hold that it
y do harm in reviving old biti
s. The scenes are laid in So
V,e have read the book. We h;
seen the play.
ek will givE
-wear for All, Big and Si
t these at about 65c on the SI.00
you the difference in price.
~n's heavy fleeced lined Shirts an
or 39c. each.
en's heavy ribbed Shirts and
for 49e. each.
oys' fleeced Undershirts, Dra
worth 40c., for 24c. each.
lies' ribbed Vests, worth 24c., for
dies' heavy Vests, worth 55c., for
lies' non shrinking Vests, worth
d Men's and Boys' Odd
be room aind will sell ths god
Reme?mber, for the next wec
htered ist for the room.
-. Boys' Pants wxorth 35c. for:
ndard Patterns for 10 and 15c. e.
P RI (
Death of Mrs. Julian Moore.
Mrs. Julian Moore, widow of the
'm- late Daniel Moore, died at her home
in No. 9 on Sunday aged 83 years and
& was buried at St. Lukes church yes
irst terday morning. She was a sister of
urn Allen Nichols.
rn- All Happy But The Lamb.
nal At the dinner which George Hlar
vey gave it New Y.rk in lionor- of
M. Witte and Baron IZ-.en. a VDIM?
Russian officer was sea'e J iT
ear H. Rogers.
are "I admire your country," said .he
be Russian, 'because it is so peaceful.
Lnd Politicians, financiers, the laboring
se- classes, bus,iness men, ministers-all
ces dwell amicably trogether, one happy
Mr. Rogers laughed.
"One -happy family" -he said. . "Yes;
im- -such a happy family as P. T. Barnum,
ird. our great showman, used to exhibit.
de- "Tihis family consisted of a lion,
'es- a tiger, a bear, a wolf, and a lamb,
wn all penned together in one cage.
the 'Remarkable,' a visitor -said one
day to Mr. Barnum, 'Remarkable, im
pressive, instructive. And how Jong
have these animals -dwelt together in
the tihis way?'
is " 'Several months,' Barnum answer
!w- ed, 'but the -lamb 'has occasionally to
on, be ren,ewed.'"
ag- Now is the 'season tast approaching
)ok when the can-opener will be mightier
>py than the sword.
A Case Of Pronouns.
Tommy Mulligan of the seventh
grade was absent from the classroom
ion for 'an entire day, says -dhe Philadel
in phia Enquirer. It would appear that
of he had played truant, for unknown to
in Tommy 'his teacher had spied 'him
He trudging homeward with pockets
'he bulging suspiciously when she too was
tis- homeward bound t)htat afternoon.
ent But Tommy brought a note of ex
ere cuse the nex tmorning which of
-ve course would prove tihat he had been
:an detained at home legitimately. The
er- writing was hardly that of a femi.nine
.th hand and lhbe note 'appeared to have
been written laborious-ly with muh
ive blotting, furthermore, The penman
ship seemed to be strangely familiar
you the chanc
ining prices In]
nail! 1Everybody knows that we br<
and ~ ry Goods basis, that's why<
, and, in- eeap a Hair & Havird.
Drawers 250 ready-to-wear Hats, wor1
daes 150 ready-to-wear Hats, wor
100 ready-to-wear Hats, wori
Drawers, A lot patent leather Hats anc
Mrs Hair and Miss Flou.rne
wers and trimmed Hats from $1.49 to $14
24c. each. Ladies' Misses' aad d2I
75c., for H ere is where we can save yc
and we wvill save you 20 per cen
Pants! The $15.00 Long Coats that a'
S The 812 50 Long Coats, that
et more Th
. Thel 100) Satin lined Jacket
epcs The 38.5~0, best Coat in town
S The 85.00 kind, good for servi
~9c. pair. Everything for Misses, Childr
'ach. ttle folks
to his teacher. The note read a fo!
"Dear teacher: Please excus Tormy
for not comeing to school yestiddy,
bie cudnot come I :ore my pants.
NOTICE OF OPENING BOOKS
Pursuant to a commission issued to
Lis as corporators of the Southern
Farmer Company, of Newberry, S.
C., books of subscription to the capi
tal stock of the said proposed cor
poration will be opened on the 14th
day of October, 1905. at the office of
rhe Herald and News, in Newberry,
M. A. Carlisle,
J. B. O'Neall Holloway.
E. H. Aull,
A Bunch of Busy Days.
While Thomas W. Lawson is 'calk
ng himself to a standstill in the west.
Col. W. D. E. Stokes is trying to find
:ut how much gold Bill Green dug
.ip in Mexico.
Chauncey Depew is busy explain
ng how he- borrowed $250,000 on
24 directors are trying to figure
:ut how much they have got to re
turn to the Equi*able company.
John D. Rockefeller is busy squar
ng himself with the public, writing
:heckc every minute,
Col. W. W. Rogers is answering
gas questions 'on the witness stand,
John B. Mayes is in Newbery work
ng himself to a finisli as fine as Ban
luo's ghost arranging for the opening
)f the largest and most beautiful lines
)f goods that have ever been shown
n the Town of Newberry and he ex
:ends to each and every one an invita
:ion to come and see the line. It
Joesn't cost any thing to look, and
rou don't have to buy unless you see
iomething you want.
Mayes' Book Store.
:e for money
>ught the price of Millinery down on a
ompetitionl says we can sell you as
;h 75c., for 48c. each.
:h $1 00, for 79c. each.
h $1.50, for 98c. each.
y will take pleasure in showing you
idren's Coats and Jackets.
u big money. Look the town over.
~. on these goods.
-e stylish, price $11 98 each.
re stylish, price $8.93
s that are great, for $6.98 each.
for money, special 84. 9S
ce, special $2.98."
an and Babies that will please the