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-The prettiest and pheapest of 1
cess. Hundreds of pretty faces
dress goods purchased in our g
to come and talk hat and dress
the World's best and latest creE
season's merchandise, we can fi
showing, etc., our millinery dep;
Sena.Riser assisted by Miss Drt
on all the little artistic touchus:
Dress Goods! Dress Goods! Dress Goods!
Nowhere else in old Newberry stocked above old mother earth will
you find a more complete and up-to-date stock of drea sLudfs. We
have the cas. to fetch them from any country where the price and
styles are right. It is the reason every day you can see something
newer at Newberry's most up-to-date store.
This week vyo say 1,000 yards the good heavy 36 inch Taffeta Silk,
guarantee on every yard, and wortb $1.26 elsewhere, our price 75C yd.
10) pieces beautiful gray Dress Stuffs, special this week 49c yd.
600 yds new Steodere Plaid Waisting specially priced.
5 pieces Costume Velvet specially priced
15 bolts West of England Broadcloth, worth $1.25 yd., for one
week's price 89c yard.
50 bolts Wool Taffeta, the greatest dress stuff known to dress
makers specially priced, not $1 50 yard, but 98 cents
10 pieces Plaidena Suiting good and heavy.
Intvisible Plaids and Stripes, a great dress material for every want
in every up -to-dateness, least 15c yd
Baby Caps, New Belts, Girdles and new Pillow Tops, n. w all-over
Laces, new Braids, new Plaids, new Ties, new Purses, new:Hats, new
Corsets, new Bolero Jackets, new Chemisettes. In fact, we can sup
ply your every want in Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Shoes and Millinery
at prices less than others. 'Tis great. Come and see.
To every purchaser to the amoul
Shoppers, don't turn.your face h
TWO HISTORICAL WEDDING
Marriage of John Laydon and Ar
S Burras 'First Instance of Tit)
STO M FON Hunting in Americar-Ro
8 mance of John Smith
E T MADEand Pocahontas .and
BEST MADEits Subsequent
(By Silas E. Snyder.)
Norfolk, Va., Octohber 8.--The e
nal femiinine dlelighiting at all Ii
lnthngs nmatru imonial Iwill Ilay a
reports of social doings at the a
mer~ resorts anid adlvert isements
new fangled fruit cane to read at
F orSaleBy a wveddinig eveni if it did occur i
on to three hundred years ago.
In this case there are two am
is doubtful if an account of ti
directly with the Jamestown Exp
tion which is to he held next
Prices to both early social events. F. F.~
weenot heard of in those days,
h for real, simon pure F. F. V. ism
C6 G S frstof these nuptials has the la
~ erc a~ts. day society lashed to the mast
efact it marked the beginning of
first family of Virginia. The see
I am prepared to sell Wrap- was .the first instance of title-lh
mng in America with the revel
pingPape, Paer Bgs,Pa- conditions that the bride, an Air
can, had the title and the hunter
per uttrs,Twie, at agsthe un ti tled Englishman. There y
perCuters Twne,HatBag, nobridesmaids, no dinners with
Srap)iln, and truffles, no checks ft
Lard Trays, Box Paper, En- million dollars and no press acco,
of the trousseau, but there were s
velopes, Pens, Penstaffs, Ink, distinguished people present and
some way the news leaked out.
Mucillage. In fact anything The first installment of Jamest
settlers wvas a stag outfit with .
In the Stationery line at whole- noble o14 rounders as Capt. J
Smith in the bunch, but never a pi
sale prices. I will save you coat, and no wonder things dian'i
;utright. In the absence of
yourfreiht. Call and see me gentle influence one can fancy
your feight.doughty Captain and old sport P
hatan pitching horseshoes for tel
before ordering. co (Powhtan's tobacco) under P
hatan 's Oak and getting tipsy
9 i Dismal Swamp water.
M av ' B oiSto e. But when the second contingen
settlers arrived there were two la<
:hem all." Our dress -goods and mi
will be adorned and made more b
rand opening sale. The one that w
goods to us. We can surely pleasc
Ltions as shown in our dress goods
rankly say, is by far the best we hr
artment. We are thoroughly equit
icy Cromer will work out your idei
that add so much to aladies'appere
Yes, soon you will see the crisp moLning frost and hear the cold
November wind as it warns you, or- and all, of the chill winter days
and nights to come. Keep warm at, kumfortable by buying from
the cash store. Every one specially priced.
Desirable every day needs and underpriced and offered this week at
the Cash Store.
40 inch 8 1-3c Sea Island at 5c yd.
100 bolts of good Outing at 4 1-2c vd.
1,C00 yds best standard Caticoes 4 1-2c yd.
1,000 yds best heavy Outing 8ets yd.
1,000 yds Drill
1,000 yds best heavy Homespun 6 1-2c yd.
1,000 yds heavy Jeans 16 2-3c yd.
1,000 yds best heavy Cheviot 7 1-4 ets yd.
1,000 yds Checked Homespun 4 1-2c yd.
1.000 yds heavy Canton Flannel 9e yd.
1,000 yd A heavy Feather Tick 11c yd.
1000 yds 72 in Linen Damask 48c yd.
1,000 yds 12 1-2 cts Flannellette 9c. yd.
1,000 yds Chevereie Skirting, all wool, 55 inches wide.
1,000 yds Red Flannel 10c to 39c yd.
it of $1 0.00 or over, we will give a nice Oxminist
oneward until you visit The Cash Store. The ch
514 S O01AE
fdwell & ialtiwanA
S. among them, or rather one lady, Mis
I ress Forest, and her mai,, Anie ,ur-.STORE YOUR I
die ras. 1Imagine the rnhhe rinl.g.that took
e placeV~ wl thie fi lags ofI thelPirl'ein-1 I eSto orl~Vai eL
inity were seen to flutter' on the
dlocks of ,Jamuestowni. There wa (Upon fc~isslnddfclte
citizen ol' the town thait wasn 't slow.
This was Johni Laydon. At tloveermrakeaer-f aoln
ing he must have been a regular Coir- \ eiuc oae tClmi
sair. Hie assailed the i.enitle Anne
wvith horse, foot and( dralgo.on, sab-Grevle Genoo.O ng
ter- redl her coyness, rode over hier ohjee-bugAnes,Nwer.
ne tions, br1ok(e dlown her defences, for
;ide eib)ly seized her consent and bore her LWSO AER TS
im. away to th le altaor before she had( be
of gun to feel at home. Just two mionths ASLT AEY
out after she landed in Ainerica this four
igh teen year old maid had c'hanged herWE NSR O RC T N
name from Burras to Lalydlon. It isRcipsgo a od
co. nijetured that Capt. Smith gave
taway the bride. All this happened Iqieo orlclmngrf
emi in D)ecember 1608 and( the next year
ime Johni and( Annie pr'esenited to the rlso drs
in- wVorth1y Coimeil of Virginia the first
osl- child born of English parents in the CAEI LPCM
rear .colony. ''It'' was a girl and she was
ofcalled Virginia. In 1632 wvhen Vir- SceaySadr aeos
Vts' ginia was 21 the Virginia Court of
but ficially recognized this important Cmay ouba .C
the evenit l)y presenting to the distin- Romfryucton
tter guishied young lady five hundred
in ac,eds of ;aned i Ilizabeth City Coun- Pknocne,btu s f
the ty, Va., wvhich lies just across Hamp
ond ton Roads from the Jamestown Ex- Wrhue
iit~ position grounds. it may be inter
sdesting to note that three daughters au RE V0
oil eamne to blcss i.e Laydons-Catha- TRSVTLT
was rine, Alice and Margaret.
rer That other wedding wvas the titte- ~ E M 6
ter- hunting affair. It seems that John'W.
n'. a Rolfe, Secretary of' the Colony of a
mnts Viinia, succeeded in convincing the TH
In John Smith wins dead, and, believing
him deadi, she yielded to the impor- anuii.Cmewhotrsa
>wn'! tunities of Rolfe and married him. ~on e a eanteri~ aho.a
utch That she loved Smith first and al-011mna1rovrtiroitfuvgrb
olhn ways is the conclusion of many who mvsNroins o~tiIt en
tt-are familiar wvith the annals of the WsigDsae,adCJOIC ?o~
go colony. When after her marri.--ge udmansbrri .Inoolycr
tihe she met him in London she exclol- d:nevtoi n iea,buIsars
the ''They' told me always that you wvere bc h :1
oda.'Those words told of the peoigl' .Iss npigR~I
a-tragedy ofaheart. iofeadieadcucitalwowihi
Men write love letters before they
Sare married just the way they believe I GLfR&WES
inery opening was a grand suc
eautiful by our lovely hats and
'as here 'tis now, todayl the time
with our wonderful collection of
and nillinery department. This
tve ever had. The pleasure of
)ped to take your order. Miss
is into the correct shape and pu:
Lnce. Our low prices are the talk of the town and county.
1000 yds White Flannel 10 ets yd.
500 Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps specially priced.
1,000 pairs good, genuine cow hide leather Shoes, no paper shapes,
specially priced this week.
Take a day ofl' iad bring all your feet to the Cpsh Store for winter
Shoeing. We sell all leather Shoes only.
Great lines of Hosiery, the hole proof kind, specially price( this
week 8 1-3c pair. Only 12 pairs to fanily.
:o pairs Lace Curtains, the $2.00 ad $2 50 kind, at $J.21 pair.
100 yds short end Table Line n half price.
500 15 x 20 Towels 10c special.
New arrivals just landed.
The Cash Store. See Our Sign.
Rain Coats, Walking C<at-, Jackets, etc.
Every express, for the last few days, brought us the latest crea
tions in Coats, etc. By buying late we get the newest creations
turned out from the smartest American designers.
100 fine co;lts specially pricad this week. Ladies, come and see.
One side of our store piled to ceiling. We carry every want in
underwear for inen, women and children.
For underpriced underwear come to the Cagh Store.
er Rug or a nice skirt pattern FREE.
aapest store ir all Newberry today.
Where Low Prices
ITHE BANK OF PROSPERITY,
PROSPERITY, S. C.
Gapital Stock -- - -- - $25,000,00
Undivided profits - - -- 2,1 60.00
Interest allowed at rate of 4 per cent. on time deposits.
Special attention to farmers' accounts. No account too
small, rione too large to enlist our best attention. It is a pleasure
to meet and greet you. Call in.
A. G. Wise, President. 0. Y. Hunter, Vice- President.
J. F. Browne, Cashier. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys. .
Board of Directors:
N. L. Clack. A. H. Hawkins. P. C. Warner
S. S. Birge. J. S. Wheeler. J. F. Browne.
C. P. Boozer. G. Y. Hunter ' A. G. Wise.
Frank R. Hunter & Co.
Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages
Bought and Sold. '
Office Over Herald and News,
Newberry, S. C.
If you want to Buy, Sell or Exchange Real Estate
Upon applcation at our Office we will be glad
to price and show any property that
we have in Charge.
FR ANK. R. HU NTER Manaer.