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BOGGS IN RACE FOR CONGRESS
Says He Will Pitch Campaign in Dis
trict on High Plane-To Give
Platform Later in Campaign.
Anders.on1. March 21.-Hon. d. E.
Boggs, of Pickens, solicitor of the
Tenth eireuit, who was in the city to
day, made the positive announcement
that he would be a candidate fo
oongress this year from the Third
It has been ruinored for some time
that Mr. Boggs would be a candidate.
but not until today would he consent
to make a formal announcement.
"Yes." he said to a representative
vi the Daily Mail, "You may say that
i am in the race and will be in it un
til the finish. I am a candidate for
When asked as to his platform Mr.
Boggs said he would make that out
later on, about the time the campaign
Mr. Boggs declined to. say any
thing about Congressman Aiken, nor
had he the slightest intimation of any
tritieism to make against him. "Mr.
Aiken and I have always been the
best of friends,'" he said, "but that
won 't keep me from running for con
gress if I want to do so. The sug
;estion has been made that Mr. Ai
ken might run for governor. I would
he mighty glad if he wold do so, but
whether he runs for governor or is a
candidate for re-election to congress,
I .am a candidate for congress
myself, and I am going to try to
beat him. My campaign will be a
clean one but it is goirig to be a live
Mr. Boggs is known all over thel
-district. He is a splendid stump
speaker, and a good campaigner on
the hand-shaking, mixing-with-the
boys plan. He will keep the eam
paign full of interest from start to
Nothing has been heard here as to
Congressman Aiken's plans, but the
presumption is that he would like to'
hold on to his seat in congress for a
while. Mr. Aiken is one of the most
popular men in the state, and his
record in.-congress has been good. He
has a strong hold on the people and
Solicitor Boggs will have the fight of
his life on his hands.
So far Solicitor Boggs is the only
man in the district who has been spo
ken of as an opponenit to Congressman
Aiken. If anybody else has had such
thoughts he has kept them earefully
ARTIST GIBSON'S. ROMANCE
His Pictures -Are To Be Given Away
As Supplements With The At
lanta Sunday Journal.
A story in yhich romance and en
terprise are mingled will be of vast
interest to the readers of the Atlanta
Journal, especially those who are de
votees- of art and superb drawings in
their highest forrms of develop'nent.
The ever-enterprising Atlanta Jour
nal has contracted at enormous eost
to carry through the grealest achieve
ment ever worked out south of the.
Ohio river in the newspaper realm.
This aehievement is nothing less than
to furnish in Sunday supplement
form the world renowned drawings of
Charles Dana Gibson. These sketches
are those which for. the .past .two
years huie' appeared in Collier 's
great publication. Purchased at any
art store, they binig from $1.25 to
$2, so the value of the gift when
eounted ,in .many thousands can be
The romanice which lpaved .the way
for the Jounral e enterpirise looms u
one of the most unique of the decade.
Some time -ago Collier's publicationr
asked Gibson for the exclusive use of
his sketches, .which .from.,.time- to
time had appeared in the most cele
brated magazines in the country. The
artist stated 'that ~no one publication
could nearly afford to pay for any ex
elusive use, but Collier's immediately
offered him $100,000 for 100 of his
drawings. This offer was accepted by
Mr. Gibson and from that date until
1906 dawned upon the calendar these
gra sketches appeared weekly in
Collier' 5 journial, the most aitt ractive
offering ever furnished by any publi
cation in all history. H1aving com
pleted his contract for the set. how
ever. Gibson informed his publishers
that lie wvas (out for fame and niot for
glory. He announced that he had fin
ished with that form of art work, and
that as he had no further nieed for an
addition to his income, he would g~o
ibroad and there work under the
Sqtfamious masters o;f.art. H is am
!'itionl was* to be a p)ainter, anid so
witll. these sketches his labors along
the h.e that made him famous
His Ia sketches stand out as his
greatest, tlte work of a master crafts
man. They \are not only celebrated
works oif art,"kut each carries a story~
*& ~. .n inte ~st and a . character
N:w Spring Goods pouring in
No line has been slighted. W
stock of goods ever placed be
We have set the table in a lav
termined to do the Dry Goodc
this spring, make or break. )
survey. Note the following IM
sion. Be on hand Wednesda,
A Big Silk Sale.
Our silk stock is by far ahead of anything in the up country for
style variety and value.
36 inch Black Pau-de-Soic all pure silk worth and cin't be bought
at less than $1.25, an,l most stores charge you $1 50 for the same
quality, special this week one dress to a customer for 95c. yard.
China Silks in all the leading spring shades and black and white
50c. and 60e. yard, for this sale, 39e. yard.
Black Taffatta Silk 06 inches wide heavy quality worth $1.23 yard,
for this week one dress to each customer 89e. yard.
Black Taffata Silk 36 inches wide worth and you can't match it for
$1.50, Mimnaugh's special price the yard, 98c.
36 inch. wide white Jap wash Silk the 65. kind, only 49c. yard.
20 inch wide white Jap wash Silks the 39c. kind, only 24e. yard.
New silks rolling in by every express.
An Embroidery Event.
If there is any one thing the people of this section are famillar
with it is a Mimnaugh Embroidery Sale, such values as we offer in
new Spring Embroideries are simply wonderful in some instances the
values are almost unbelievable until you see them yourself. Edgings
and insertions actually worth 10 and 12 1-2e. a yard, not little stingy
looking stuff but good quality well matched Embroideries, special for
For any want want in Dry Go
point that will be appreciated by all.tue Thtfrnei 1WC
The Journal 's successful effort inat1.000,00 At w
acquiring such rare treasures for its ~~ opuditrs
countless subscribers stands out as- e et hsfruewl
one of the boldest strokes in the his-cesdto2,00000,n
tory of the southern journalistic fieldth hldieandspyhi
and one that will be sure to add great Ifte' rprisfrac
popularity 'to the already high es- hrislte(lJbtht.ie
teem in which the paper is held. jpiei.lf ewl ae
These sketches will all be of original hil h muto h
size and printed on the finest paper db.o h ntdSae.W
obtainable.' Each can be saved and ya~~$,9,4,8.4
used in enlarging home art galleries.deis,h atenpyof
The same set, if purehased otherwise, toa etadsilpoal
would cost something about $15.00,thrih?mni heold
while coming as they will there will Wieth okfle ot
be no extra money expended for those tne oacmlt,teh
who take thiem ini connection with the Icnlv e- ')fral
I Jorna. ftuncesha fro t i noer
Sa t eL.00,00. Adrithw
RICHEST ABY IN TEyWORs I tlnd himpound ritrest
peentr tlrhis tne ilh
Calcuatios Baed onthe aby' . hild livte and hisplai
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pouns. lgs d weghin abot. ebt an f wthe UcnitgeSates. l
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sumptve hir t a fotuneamou tin eo Lr chenek m on ien itld
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tak onweiht n ti~ oure o tie,camn" l ive ter comfrtably.o
Joundtratifdlar.opud tans rom hi oth'er grari(1'1
ICES prBABy n HE maORinD. Iland, hms-el at muli-i~l
Ncvci~tSenator tldrirtbnesthat isct
Calculions weigsd5 on theilsi Baty' in.hi Stte an-i.-gad
Wi~ighis adoity Gathe r's e a soallxpcoinei
vIil.: tetine Fortne alon,somthin00ve0$0.
will suhn- D.tookkefelherwolfcredil
frmA (yourg person, beainter oft
newlegs nl sondo weighingD aboen
pounds, ies~1 in the hose aTo 3best
5thI' strkeIe,l iNew ork, entrely
oblivious of~ the fat that hilpre
poncfis. aidiO aminuive bi
Th ' y.oung eson ~fEisi epetedlto
tak oniweight inthee coslite ote
atd the ra o dors on Thuns
Neaverthels the fortune tht it
on every train that poir
e mean to show the la ge
fore the Newberry publ
ish way and have left n
, Millinery, Clothing and
Me don't claim the earth
imnaugh qui.ckstep prici
morning at 9 o'clock.
Millinery Soon Ready.
Mrs. Ramsey of Blatimore who made our Millinary
department the formost in upper Carolina by her
clever work last season is again with us. She, with
her assistants, is making preparations for a grand
spring display. It will eclipse anything ever seen in
Newberry. Mrs Ramsey is the best recommended
designer that comes S>uth, she has spent several
months in Baltimore and New York in studying the
new styles and keeping abreast with the times. We
are prepared to meet the demands.of every lady pur
chaser in this section. We are here only to steer
ahead not to follow anyone and if there is a thing new
and stylish Mimnaugh iivill have it.
Extra Fine Embroideries.
Wedoesday we'll place on sale about ten thousand
yards Swiss and Nainsook Embroideries, in the new
English Eyelet blind and open effects, regular 50 and
75c. quality beautiful match sets special for 19c. yard.
>ds, Millinery, Clothing a
ND RETAIL NI
;timated health to both mother and child.
nt-one The child was born shortly after
t 3 1-2 midnight. A cablegram: "John D).
iave in.. the third is here; all well; over ten
should -pounds,;" was sent at once to Mrs. Herber
grand- Aldrich, grandmother on the mother's Harry
ulation side, whio is at the Hotel Warner,! Sam M:
iin the Paris. A t the same tirue the fa.ther **rg
fortune calierl. up t he StnadOlmagnate, Robt. E
ational who was:at~t .Lakewood, and imparted Leslie
ic'h last to him hiis joyful tidings. The eon- Susi
If he versation. betweeni them: is reported MaytSe
the na- to have beeni in part as follows: ayLa
remain "tsa boy, and we think he looks
like you, father." said' John D., Jr.
ne e.on- "Good, good.'' ehuekled the Stand- FA
r to it ad Oil mn.~"Fiue boy, eh? That's
epe- zood. Kiss the little rascal forme
dfather, What are you going to name him?* ~ J
Rhode 'John P., &f couirsd.'' was the re
st ma"Good good.' I'm ei-y happy,,
on may BEn '' z
ed with - A fire rain and stron~ sur. are.nee-,
eret in essary for de f-iomatia of white
ndehild,i rainbows., The phenomenon is due to
;ed that the optical principle known as in- 150
- prede- terferoee. If the::drps Ef water b1
French very small, the interference of thet
s chool r.ays causes such a'complete overlap
is .'id.( pinig of the c-olors that the bow ap-T
yisians' pdai-s whit: -rThe: various prismatie
ua-nate. eulcrs.. instead oft bein~ thrown outW
f thi, sep:arately, as mi the ordInary prism,n
p)ossile are thrown one on top of the other,
both to and the lih sest by the sun on a
n . e o rai. -
a'nw enLSA ISLE OF SP
its its nose towards Newberry.
st, most stylish and up-to-date
ic in the history of the town.
othing undone. We are de
Shoe business of Newberry
but we are monarch of all we
3s and draw your own conclu
About four hundred full pieces go on sale Wednesday morning not
a yard in the lot worth less than 20 to 35e , and some worth 50c., take
your cLoice at 10c. yard no goods sol before 9 o'clock.
A Big Ribbon Sale.
Bolts and bolts of the prettiest Ribbons you ever saw all the latest
spring styles in the newest shades floral designs swell black and
white stripes, all these Ribbons are on sale at less than half price,
special for this week 500 full pieces Taffetas all colors and black and
white Nos. 40, 60, 80, and 100 worth 15 and 20c. yard, only 10c. It's
a fact we can show you more Ribbons than all the stores in the town
Twenty Cases of the Swellest
At $2 00, $2.50 and $3.00 a pair you've ever seen.
The new Easter Oxfords and Slippers are ready and waiting, never
have we owned such a stock of Women's and Misses Spring and
Summer footwear, handsome Vici Kid and Patent leather Oxfords
aud Ties in the correet new models.
nd Shoes, VISIT NEWBERRY GREATEST STORE,
~WBER RY, S. C.
B. C. W HITNEY'S
TQ R K CAST: HQAN Mum U MIKTUREP
~ND Book by Alien Low an~d Geo. E. Stoddard.
*9. Music by Jerome and Shindler.
A-T- Staged by Gus Sonike.
AUTY.ORGANIZATION OF 75 PEOPLE
20 WIsiling Song.Hits and Unique Dances1
Nights nf New York * 150 Nights in Boston
-. 250 Nights in Chicago -
ickets on sale at Gilder &
Prices 50c., 75c., $1.00, $1.50