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A WEEK OF GREAI
Those Hot Cut Pi
Don't let Sore Competition bia
more business than All Others;
are no good, but take a fE
self. WE don't claim the
sold dry goods, millinery 2
to sell you every article a
Our t usiness for the past week w
next week, we split the profit wit
Dress Goods and Silks
64 incb Mohair, black and blue, sale price 49c. yard.
38 in. black and colored wool Dress Goods, sale price 39c. yard
All the best gray and colored Dress Goods greatly reduced in price.
42 inch all wool Mixtures, sale price 39 and 49c. yard.
54 in.. colored Broadcloths, sale price 89c. yd.
56 inch English Suitings, sale price 69c. yard.
29 inch heavy skirtings, sale price 23c. yard.
36 inch black Taffeta Silk, sale.price 69c. yard.
36 inch heavy Taffeta Silk, warranted, sale price 89c. yard
36 inch Heatherbloom Taffeta, sale price 33 cents.
Ladies' Coats, Jackets & Furs!
We have good value here that we positively say you won't buy in
any so-called cut price, biggest store in town. Come to the Right
Price Store, Lower Main street.
We want your trade and we'll give you values that you will be
pleased with. Style, Quality and- Price combined are the tl:ree essen
tial points here. A new lot to arrive this week.
To the First 100 Ladies Purchasing.'
HAIR & HA
APPEAL TO HEPBUEN BILL. it makes the separation of the ra<
on interstate trains illegal and ti
Negroes Want "Jim Crow" Car Law the Commission must render a de
Repealed and Make Appeal to sion that will open all parlor ca
Interstate Commerce Comn- sleeping cars, and dining ears to
mission. negroes willing to pay for accommt
______ations in them. Such a decision v
WVashington, Oct. 22.--Southern tm tul ~mta ht e
negroes who aspire to social equality 1 fadt lo h oe ft
with the whites alre evidently deter- ftiist rvlaoe sei
mlined( to obtain a decision from the i iei: a. hr ht o
Inorsta4nte Commerce Commission asih ae et ndroeoe
to whet her the enforcement of' thec b egomn
Hepburn railroad rate law will not
abolish ''.Jim Cro'w'' cars on inter- Tesiigo ot e
state railroad trains and open uapLlystmedietro re
parlor ,cears, sleeping cars, and din-fo-Caltn,.C,onO.
ing catrs to interstate negro passen, ak h einigo h is
getrs all over the South. glrtasAlni ie evc
Two communtications on thtis sub-WCi tt'lean othA a
ject bare already been recived. Thepot hisiuinofhise'
first rasa a letter from a Ch1attanoogm asleIbruhaotby. J'V
negro calling on tihe Commission to sn h ot aoiaimga
enforce the Hepburn law so as to do cmasite'woi iwi ta
away with ''Jim Crow'' cars, and frIIoproeo euigtei
alleging that the separation of thegrtooflbestotat t.
dirimatotaas s mde lleal y rgmake conditionsefriea is.raveli
morespeifi an wasin heormtin )oth istato ahte Ne Y
of a etiton sgnedby ngo e afra tom othew Nther on ofth
dent of issisipi, Suth aroinwhc heyingh iver hte to o
Norh Crolna,Aranss, lorda,l)mgto he coeruner The ou
Tennesee, an Georga. It ed obyna comsoegro isman.i
"Unemprset cndtins olredin gTher aing f North Euoeran
terste assegersare enie eqa k heou eginningnl f the tfeirs
ored assears ae comelledbylt tedSaes-Atlei liner isc
railoadtoidein hatarecomonl wman Euop te anfi o South Ata
know as'JimCro' cas,hicareoria t. her isoiuteon Sfttes will
are enie als therigh toat n the Sougratsho aroive miatC
berts i slepi cas, ecase f alor the outheo werever theim
their olor. his isa vio ation of th potuiisarer ord tht st
raeesrn. ritrstd ate ains ich alandthenoet oftae serng' ith
wsrpiasedon alst is aniga by a ahig e~ee hr
vte ofHepubli ans and secr atsBremwiltii omk*nj,
inmonrespecfi and washin vete or mor nee n ft ot
Nodyth prtoli orcensalit Fori otsbda,rhirpssne
"Uerpeent cnitoscooe righn..iead hr iod
tesaty lasseners whae n uied equat fttsiiilln , vsp
rairoa toburidn wh ar~fte opinonalete eoa lnswl
usuatl ithy andmsMt unc omforthat alnd e rmohrS~hA'
ER VALUESolhe RIC
iesday, Oct. 23 We
-ice Sales in Cold NN
a your well trained minds; that one
that the So-Called Side Show St
3w moments of your valuable '
earth, neither that WE are thE
shoes and notions Right in NeN
t the RIGHT PRICE, Lower than thE
ras greater than we expected and to i
h you. MCome to the Iz
40 inch heavy Sheeting, Sale price 6c. yard.
Best Apron Check Ginghams, sale price 5c. yard.
40 inch Flanneletts, dark, sale price 8c. yard. in
Best Outings for cold weather, sale price 8 1-Sc. yard.
Good Outings, sale price 4 1-2c. yard.
Best blue and red Prints, sale price, 4 7-8c. yard.
Good Prints, sale price 4 1-2c. yard.
14 yards good, soft bleaching, sale price $1.00
$1.25 White Bed Spread, sale price 95c each.
15c. Kimona Cloths, sale price 10c. yard. ta
White Table Damask, sale price 22c. yard.
Red Table Damask, sale price 19c. yard.
Notions, Hosiery, Belts, Rugs,
Collars and Combs,
We have just received a big lot of these notions that every well
dressed lady can't do without in all the leading styles and colors in
cluding Beeded Belts, Rugs, Plaid Belts for Ladies and Misses Bead E
Necklace. The best lot of Combs in the city, Hosiery for men
women and children in wool and cotton. See the Peter Pan Purses
at 23c. each. ch
50 c. or more cash we will give a 25 c. Silverii
1RD, The Right
1 ports. Negotiations are already un- IfI a man is unabl to stand pros- Eac
at (ler way for a regular -line between perity lhe should sit down and give his mount
ci- ISavannah and an European port. wife a ehanice. twelv<
r's, The suispiciouis man11 keeps) One eye exii
all SAM JONES WAS RIOH MAN. on his neighbor, but the wise man
-keeps both eyes onf himself. STAT
91h Left Estate Valued at About One Uniless a man is willing to take C1
nil Hundred Thousand Del- chanices lie never takes anything else 0CC
e -Chicago News. e
11yWheni a girl has cold feet she pre
an Atat,Oct. 20.-- Rev. Sam P. tends it is hear ear.s. '.e- Howa
i-Jones left an estate valued at some'1 Good habits are mostly keeping Art
thing like $100,000. Mrs. Jones al- from being found out. G
readly possessed a handsome estate, A mnan could (do a lot of work wvithi Tii
an and it is thought that she will have haltf the energy hie uses trying to get B
something like $200,000. out of it. hri
Mr. .Jones left life inlsurance of It 's a mighty poor lawyer who can hereOln
e0- $65,000, payable to his wife, of which inot draw a .will so that he and the-'efr
- there wvere two p)olicies of $10,000 rest of tem w 't hav t.o fight (oe 10 i'
tceach in the Travelers of IIart ford, it afiterward. 190(6,
*ce ad one0 policy' of $25,000 in lhe The way thle world discovered t hat all thi
.ht Mutual Life of New York. All thlree appearances are deceitful was in situaiit
uIof these policies were placed thiroughl watching how women look ..r home South
>pe0 the A tlant Ia representative of thle and1( whien they go calling. moe
te,9 In a ddit ion to the life insuranace, ---------~~---_-- nby, II
n4Mr. Jones left to his wife othier prop' Charleston Gala Week. F'ord
erty worth about $30,000. MltrdaofC reto'Get- Ter
rk Ier Gala Week will be November 7. of sal
om To the Fair and Return. The guard mount and parade will be purch
her The C1., N. & L. Railway will sell held in the afternoon. The guard for de
ar- round trip tickets from Newherry to mount will take p)lace on Marion
Ito- Columbia and return on account of sur n h orwl eeduo c
I is the State Fair at one fare plus Seven- tenm)ro qasta ne h
ble ty-five cents for the return trip. cnet )1.wl rbbycmec T'
i- Tickets onl sale Oct. 20 to 25th and a .0ocok fe h ur 1
>ri- for trains scheduled to arrive at Co- muttl u fmrhii)t ee
ar- Ilumbia before niooni of October 26th. u ln h rnia tet n
oh- good returning until Oct. 29th, in- atrpsigterveigofer .
of elusive. This includes 01ne aid,issionlteha~tewl b imse.Fo
ar- to the Fair Grounds. rpisieevd fo u-ftw e
nts For further information phion 'Jo.copiestthintaonoete Tl
e t e? or call on J. W. Denning, Agent. tegurmonitscranthttf
ab-iniy ftem 'eilsdsuaso
re- He who has no faith in himself is tl iyt ue h olet n h o
mal destined to become a successful fail- cesofteeibinisaedyplo
clii The raveandfearessman iisqure will the rer wl esend beposn Ot
nd ge .fteeeryad tu oh f t e 3fsds ieth adat enerth
uht avids te rash ! ?rmn the line ofgimarheilt to tSate. n
f1- Awise an ttemp to up aTong hes offrdciare wothreet a in J.N
thehu~l uto rul vtl ok n par,ad e ll )etidismissed. berof th
th crw e gand mntet i s certin forat
Start one of
a store in Newberry is doing
ores on Lower Main Street
time and see for your
i first people that ever
vberry, but we do claim
i Lowest . .
nake more business for the
ight Price Store.
Wool and Cotton.
Our line of Knit Underwear was bought very low and is complete
sizes from the infant wrap to extra sizes in Men and Ladies' Vest.
A good Heavy Fleeced Man's Vest, sale price, 85c. pair.
Good Ribbed Vest for Men, sale price, 24c. each.
Knit Skirts for Ladies, sale price, 33c. each.
Shawls and Fascinators.
We bought these at 50c. on the dollar and will share the profit,
ce a look, come early, will be on special sale Tuesday until t;old.
Big lot Umbrellas to close quick. Special price on every one.
Leather Shoes that will wear or your money back.
A full line of Rubbers for Men, Women and Children from 11 up.
A good Dress Shoe for Lady at $1.24 pair.
Children's Shoes at the right price.
oys' Knee Sui .s and Pants.
We are strong here, and will save you 25 per cent. on every pur
ase. Sizes 4 to 16 years.
ie Hat Pin FREE For the Asking.
1 company entering the guara rc fln,siut nNwer
is reqiuiredl to send a detail ofCo tyi sad tte an begth
men, eud shortly before the tato hc h aeMs .M
tion the officers will hold an Serde ez( n osse,t
E 01F SOUTHf CAROLINA, hnrdh ce,mr rls,bud
JNTY OF NEWB1ERRY. cinw rfrel yln fMs
URTf OF COMMON PLEAS.Cup .Ars,eseSnad
(Gaffncy, Plaintiff, ohr.Amr ul(eci)ino
'd Gaffney, .James Rutherford, pa ftesm aeb .Wbr
mr Tucker, Pick Gladney, 0. 1DetysryronNvmr
3regory, Rufus Maybin, Glenn it~ 84
rhin, Ed Oglesby, as Trusteno ae.Cs-urhsrt
iity Churebu, Defendants. l)Yfipae-Ithtrmofae
virtue of an order of the Court aentcm)idwt h adwl
,I will sell to the highest bidderberolathe is ofhe istp -
the Cour't Hlouse (1oor at New- cae,o h aeo oesbe
S. C., on salesdiay in November, ensasd ,11)1smetr . h
withinn the legal hours of sale, o .''i?pom
at lot of land1 lying and being JIl~ o rbt,Larn ony
in Newberry County, State of ~C
Carol ina, cont aining one acre,___________
>r less, and bounded by lands of
affney, by lands of Sallie Gaff- SL P1Ef Sr'E
nd by road leading from Lyles' le umesgdwilelatpli
road to month of Tyger River. otr tNwer or os i
ms of sale. Cash. Should thme edy t lyo oebr et
iser fail to comply on the (lay (uiglglhuso ae h olw
e, the p)remises to be resold atin decidla sinteTono
aser.'s risk. Purchaser to payNebr,S.C,v:Althtoto
ed. ln otiigoead tet-i
H. H. Rikard, hnrdh ce oeo eshud
ber 8, 906. Materet by ltsd, siueo in NwberryJ
E OF SOUh CAlIOINA Contby insadte and being stes
beacngofhehicalteetate f rs. Carolin
Petesonas dmintrtoro See sodid lse and ifossessed, tof
of i's N.M pee, d- smwitall that il wiat h thening erxt
estate8s46-100) andh anfertoberixtn,
inn .Peersn e a-, lai- ermnow ofrae fOrmerb ad of urs.
vsmoChup in Aas, ndssie reandi
sseI.Ptro,Dfnat ioheus.tAm ent pyaldesiin of
which osllln i i O n twl y ear wit itresferc o da
snntto a ecreeof thpCout ote secrdmyte prmieoy F.oWeber,
abov stted aus, I illsel epurcsrveyortgag Nofember
)hi oucry tothehigestbid er ms sofld. ChPurchaser tofo
wbery . i., . C, o sae pay all papers-d he er msionga.
vembr,000,beig th bt dyBrero Boaherd of Dh irctoprs.
Sot,drn Iellhous thJames A.roesuse
qu e,tefolwn eciend saleside pnt rame urer. *.