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We have proven tha
spend and by giving t
to our store, day by d
as others, but same N
A Few Trade Winners in
DRESS GOODS and SILKS.
54 inch Broadcloth, Black and Col
olors, worth $1.39, for 95 cents a yard.
56 inch English Suiting, the bigges*
value, worth, $i.oo, for 59 cents a yard.
42 inch Covert Cloth, Venetian and
Scotch Mixtures, worth 65 cents, for
49 cents a yard.
40 in-hi All Wool Flannels, all col
ors, worth 6o -cents, for 44 cents a
We don't claim to have more black
goods than all the other stores com
bined, but here are some priced Right.
Black Henrietta, Panama Cloth,
Armure, Mohair and all the Leading
Weaves, worth $1.25, for 89 cen:cs a
44 inchiMelrose, Mohair, Henriettas
and Venetians, worth 75 cents, for
49 cents a yard.
38 inch' Henriettas, Mohairs and
Panama Cloth, worth 49 cents, for
24 cents a ya-rd.
36 inch Black Taffeta pud Peau de
Soie, worth $1.65, for $.15 a yard.
36 inch Black Taffeta and Peau de
Soie, worth $1.50, for 98 cen'cs a yard.
36 inch Black Taffeta, worth $1.25
for 89 cents a yard.
SAINGS a DOINGSA
OF PROSPERITY PEOPLE *d account
THE NEWS OF NEWBERRY'S the Sorosis
SISTER CITY-- There in
in our lititl
Personal Mention-Mad Dog Excite- berry's yoi
ment--Social Happenings-Va- several 'heie
rious Items of Interest. that we h
Prosperity, November 2.-Mr. T. gets to us
M. Mills 'has opened 'his school at .streets. B1
Fairview. We believe that all the Dr. 0. B.
schools of the 'township are now ha:d nesday. H
at work. , to all to cc
Messrs. Tomn and Allen Hunter and 9th. Go, .if
Ernest S. Kohn, of Clemson college, We were
,spent Saturday at home. They came Graves, the
up from 1he fair and stopped over, at Newbei
Aunt Polly Derrick mother of Jas. promise th<
W. Derrick was buried at Mt. Tabor -do our best
on the 18th. She had nursed her son.
during his illne;ss and was taken with Mis Ru
typhoid fever, from which she died. wa in towl
She was 77 years old. She leaves two day on her
children and many friends to mourn One of
her deat'h. 'G. A, 'Maff
Mrs. Lane and Miss Shackleford, of ter, count.
Newberry, have returned to their ton acvisity
homes. .and he'just
Miss Virgie Ehrhardt, of Bamberg We regr
county, has been visiting relatives the; of Dr. C. T
past wveek- ville. The
Miss Claire W'heeler, of Columbia, nicely.
is visiting relaitives in town this week. M.P
Mr. J. L. Quattlebaum, of Bamberg,, thmr.P.
is visiting 'his bro:'her, Mr. J. D. Quat- ioe
Miss Barnette Spr'att, of Chester, is Itown on T
visiting Mis Leckie. tie Jacksoi
Mr. Burr Martin has been visiting shooting ir
in town tihe past week. liams was
Mr. Geo. Black, of Newberry col- no~t suffici<
lege visited his sister, Mrs. H. P. for higher
Wicker, the past week. Mr. Geo
Miss Susie Langford came up last visiting his
week and spent 'a fewv days at home. Maffett.]
.She returned to her studies at the Co- time a citiz
.lumbia Female college on Monday. Mr. J. G
Mrs. Major, of Leesville. was in maria, visi
town 'for 'a short time last week. -past week.
Mr. J. M. Werts (Uncle Jimmie) Mr. A.
-'has moved to town and now occupies stay in C
hi-s home orr McNeary street 'opposite Mrs. Car
Dr. J. B. Simpson's. We extend the and Mrs. J
glad.4and and wish for more such cit- Rev, and
izens as he- a glad welcome awaits and Mrs. J
all who come. week to at
-Mis Bessie Bowers will entertain od of the
t the buying public
hem this we have sa
[ay. Remember we
,alues for less mone)
Shirt waist Silks in Changeable ef
fect, priced Right.
Domestics, at Money Saving prices.
The best Dark Outings, worth o,
12 1-2 cents, for 8 cents a yard.
Good Canton Flannel, worth 7 1-2
cents, for 5 cents a yard.
Heavy Canton Flannel, worth 10
cents, for 8 cents a yard.
The Best Canton Flannel, bleached,
worth 12 1-2 cents, for io cents a yard.
17 Yards Best Sea Island, 98 cents
12 Yards Best Bleaching, 98 cents.
Good Check Homespun', wortl
5 cents, for 3 3-4 cents a yard.
School Boy's Jeans, worth 16 cents.
for 13 1-2 cents a yard.
Heavy Wool Jeans, brown and grey,
worth 20 cents, for 15 cents a yard.
H-eavy Doeskin Jeans, worth 35
cents, for 24 cents a yard.
J!ackets, Coats, Reefers and Skirts,
for Ladies, Misses and Children.
Ladies' 3-4 length Coats from $4.98,
Satin Lined Jackets, worth $8.oo,
for $5.49 each.
i Lot Ladies' Jackets, tan and black,
worth $7.50, 'for $4.98 each.
i Lot Ladies' Tan Jackets, worth
$4.50, for $2.98 each.
)ozen this (Tfhursdiay) af-sotentts,w
e hope to give an extend-Wet
of the occasion in "ou.r I e emt
~y Lee Barre entertainedatnowshep
on last Friday.conyaaplg
ust be unusual attractionshe ad ponm
e city for some of New- dsp~nmnsa
mng men. We have seen cs.De h e
~the past four or five daysbrycon,ae
.ve not been in the habitgievnanxc
While they are not stran-:neggeet
th'ey are strangers on our cueidfeec
it " 'Twas ever thus." goes o n
Mayer was in town Wed-suhwyad e
e gave a cordial invitation adsyi ow
me tuo the free 'cue on the
you can. Or~onwst
pleaseel to see Rev. J. H. o xieeto
pastor of the M. E. church 'a e~re ht
ry, in town Wednesday.intw adbd
'Rev, but we can't alwaysthlitedutr
same attractions. We .will wl ans h
by Ragsdale, of Fairfield,wakdlog it
i for a short while on Mon
way home.'bcad ebi
our busy mercihants, Mr.imeitlwah
ett made a visit to this sis- b ioossci
>e B. Huffm.an, of Lexing--i huh hr
*Gus says 'he had not been dnimei
to 'her since her marriagetak wih eD
enjoyed himself .tlo 'the full. isiut nAln
et to announce :the illnesssemd tik'l
Wyche and his 'son, Gran-dagr D.Hu
docto.r says they are doing'bte ine.I
.Simpson spent Sunday at be oae o
te C. G. Blease was dning otaei oa
aesday in tihe case of Hat- tiiyi t'a i
i vs Butler Williams for ntcdb eea
trO Jackson's house.- Wib- sy~ ce ey
discharged as there was
nt ,evidence to hold himqutpor Itha
.Chappell, of Florida, is ltl il h,w
brother-in-law, Mr. G. A.dolathtil
dr. Chappell was at one
en of our town. Tikwa
.Long and family, of Po-bethaeonof
td Mr. J. C. Counts the i a f hn
W. Fogie, after a week's cr e,ltu
>lumbhia, has returned. Sicwrtn i
ie Caldwell is visiting Mr.thdaIler h
.H. Hunter.supsdt eh
Mrs. C. M. Boyd and Mr. E .Cut'o
.H. Hunter will l.eave next -c i hslbl i
tend the Presbyterian syn- 'ishdtewu
A. R P. hurh intheSarets of the Cotte
only wants Value
,tisfied customers w
promise to sell you,
i Lo- Ladies' Jackets, worth $4.00,
for $2.49 each.
Miss.es' and Obildren's Jackets fo'r
98 cents and up.
Black Mercerized Petticoats, worth
$i.5o, for 98 cents.
20 Pozen Ladies' Under Vests,
worth 20 cents, as long as they last,
for 12 cents each.
. 25 Dozen Ladies' Heavy Under
vests, Pants to Match, worth 35
cents, aslong as they last, for 24 -cents
25 Dozen Ladies' Non-Shrinking
Vests, worth 75 cents, for 49 cents
15 Dozen Ladies' All Wool Vests,
worth $i.oo, for 84 cents each.
15 Dozen Ladies' Combination
Suits, worth 63 cents, for 39 cents
50 Dozen iMen's Heavy Fleeced
Undershirts and Drawers, worth 50
cents, for 39 cents each.
15 Dozen Misses' Union Suits, to
Move Quick, 23 cents each.
We Sell Standard Patterns, io and
15 cents each and Subscriptions to the
Designer for one year, 8o cents.
ich meets in Due ribsl hin offgoi
us that Presidentmastewsapldt
in Growers' associ- de' wudsbtw r
opIe of Newberrydd o.adeeiethrn
,rhree times has dgwsrpre ob
en'ts. Three times Bdn~ug' hs hr'
Ld not once an ex- Itogttbekldbya
I tihat 'we, of New- ti or 14 .i.
:0o insignificanlt toi5tcm t onwt
seC for not keepingwafun ner r.E
Dhis very fact will buhsti onn n
on the part of themiebenfnlyovra
we don't like an.y e tCl.B eeb
.re going to say so,mlsfo ow.thsi
irown into a fever t h had wl esn
uesdlay evening. It hp hsi h o n
mad dog 'had been hfewanomd
tiibten Sarah May, mn*yi utaltl i
of Consul Thorn-itinokow hwma
withi her mother sn'dg raias*
-andparents. The ie.
on -the strreet and
.it arid when she
1e pus'hel -the dog WhrWicsHo
her. Her mother Aunqewthctr
ad 'her hands and rne nti a:O
ig of the finger ittrycvedwhabd
s no danger as it ohrgenrssati
tely. Mr. Bowersrog tws.'sml
~an of the Pasteur hnsfo h~ n n
a at night and 'he doalrgcnleu
ere 'was very little ~fa adetc ftnb
ter cauterized the dudrtesia.(
a .o be hoped that sls oiebeti
The dog has notxwicstnsbedeti
:ertainty. Mr. Bow- aln adi e a
king for it and try-plcstnsaupoth
'to know for a cer-boln,wihsnohn
ad. liThe dog was hncdrOntesf
persions and some ~zpu lasa nls
curious." The dog mdcrflygudt t
Mhite spotted .and nenonyisalter
i a fight with Mr. te ih~ayrbn
i'e time it bit the osofperae pn
ten will we have a get hyaefud~
iinimize 'these dan- ~srbdwt otn
ad story it would fu onr ftetbe
,r this child's father salrd plso e
hat this only childardapdfo thca
bite of a wor.thless trewlu hlste
Lye the dog law. tesaeo lvrlae
y notes earlier i n bosWmn'Hn
Lt the same dog oriofrNveb.
same was at Mr.
e the 'same evening
;-year-old son H< natu ode sor
I treated 'here. The mr rdtta h t
end no.tdaenearen eitherii
for the money they
ho bring their friends
not at the same price
SHOES and ODD PANTS for MEN
In Shoes, We Claimr to Sell Solid
Leather, Style, Comfort Combined.
We will save you money on every
Boys' Odd Pants, worth 35 cents,
for ig cents a pair.
Boys' Odd Pants, worth 6o cents,
for 49 cents a pair.
Boys' Odd Pants, worth 75 cents,
for 69 cents a pair.
Men's Odd Pants, to close out, we
need the Room and any reasonable
offer accepted. Trake a Look.
Our Trade here has been Great, An
othier Big Lot of Hats and Trimmings
just received. All the Newest Shades
and Shapes to select from. We want
your Trade and will Price them Right.
All Ready to Wear Htats Reduced
Children's Sailors, worth 5o cents,
for 39 cents.
Babies' Caps, worth 35 cents, for
A Big Lot Woolen Shawls, Fascina
tors, Hoods and Caps to select from.
A Dental Demonstrator.
to th a- "Mammy" had been suffering tor
ulidren. The tures with the toothache, but she was
o bthch*l-afraid of New York dentists. Down
tol tht ~ in Virginia the colored folk believe
stance. TlheC that doctors can roam about after'
tt Cl. J B.dark, trying to catch people -to cut up.
a on. A negro child can 'be scared into good
Searty hAs behavior by the mere 'whisper of
bh party ha "night 'doctor." 'Mammy could not be
K. Bee-persuaded -th.at dentist's were not
follwedfor"night doctors," but at last -the pain
got so bad that she consented to'have
ten and kill- the tooth out. Her mistress tells in
ugih,'s, seven the New York Press of the old ne
LIIproabii-gro's experience with a "painless den
:o a Pasteur "Did it hurt?" I asked, when she
wil ' came home.
i-t wilturn "Lan', no, c!hile," she said. "I siut
.Our com- tinly am glad I went to him. He take
;tirred up as an' 'hooked them -tongs onto my tooth
i other per- an' he says, 'Good thing you didn't go
ma hveto DotrJones downstairs. This is
the way ihe pulls teeth!'
- "Then he give a powerful yank, and
i Sway I let out a screech.
-piece is ar- '" 'Huh!' 'he says 'I reckon you bet
large round ter be glad you ain't got Doc Jones
>f smilax or workin' on your jaw. Ari' Doc Smith
)d made of ain't no better. This is the way he
black kettle pulls teeth!'
:r it a short "With that he shows me how Doc
rns steadily, Smith would 'a' done me, and I lets
ing conceal- out another screech.
~reen candle " 'An' now,''he says, 'I'm goin' to
white, one.) 'monstrate my own' method of sub
kettle with straction.'
i. At each " 'An' 'he 'g'ives that tooth just a lit
magic pot- tIe -twis' easy as can be, an' out it
i more evil comes. Never hurt a mite. My lan,
ace of each chile, I isuttinly am glad I didn't go
valnut shell, to nuone of them other doctors.'
bottom, on ________
o11 of paper Such Is Love.
AThen these St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
:d by the He-Wihen I told Clarence I was
be quaintly going to propose to you he said 'he
old for ea ch wished he was in my boots.
ight at the She-Oh, your boots are large
Feowrbons enough but wait till you 'have some ex
udlowr aibnd perience with papa's.
together in Frequently.
with yellow "Do you punish. your little boy for
ds and tiny asking questions?"
ie Compan- "On~ly when he asks questions I
can't answer."~-Houston Post.
: entitled to Ar.y woman wvho is the architect of
-enuous 'hit- her own fcrtunes sees that it is well
sup, lied with Jcsets.