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Those Hot Cut Pr
Don't let Sore Competition bias
more business than All Others;
are no good, but take a fe,
self. WE don't claim the E
sold dry goods, millinery s
to sell you- every article at
Our t usiness for the past week w
next week, we split the profit witi
Dress Goods and Silks
54 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 t1ree essen
tial points here. A new lot to arrive this week.
To the First 100 Ladies Purchasing 5
HAIR Ar AV
APPEAL TO HEPBURN BILL. it makes the separation of the races
on interstate trains illcgal and thai
Negroes Want "Jim Crow" Car Law the Commission must render a deei
Repealed and Make Appeal to sioni that will open all parlor ears,
Interstate Commerce Corn- sleeping ears, and dining ears to all
mission. negroes willing to pay for accommod
ations in them. Such a decision will
Washington, Oct. 22.-Southernth nlisctatwtemnil
negroes who aspire to social equalitybearitolowheomnfthi
with the whites are evidently deter- fmle otae ln,epcal
mined to obtain a decision from theinle)igarwhea 'ltwor
Ime rstnte Comamerce Commission nomgthv ethudroeocp
to wheiheri the enforcement of' the e yangomn
Hepburn railroad rate law will not
abolish ''Jim Crow'' cars on inter-TesalgofaNth era
state railroad trains and open up Lodsemrdrc rmBee
parlor ,cars, sleeping cars, and dini--frCalso, S . n Ot .
ing ears to interstate negro passent-maktebgingofheirte
gers all over the South. gli asAlii.elnrsrieb
ject mave lread beenrecivd maT e o h nsittion ofaly trvlicn
ne"rocoiin onth Cmmisin t s,the South c thaoin wiemnio
away ith '.Jim car an fra the allrowe oeno the im
allegig tha the eparaioni t leepaiongo arwer to thate womar
race on ntestat trauisisschmaagdt he beth seundree occpi
discrminaion a is ade ilega by ua stegr man.ei tna
the Hpbur la~. Thesecod Tw e imirs and a a oth Geroa
of apetiion ignd bynegr r loyd someamter Nrterpot fro rr
dentsof Mssisippi ouCaolia rhc hreysgton S. divr, ton othe
Nort Carlin, Aransa, Forid, marks ote begintry. ofThe firt Cr
Tennsse, ad Gorgi. Tsas:lar comms-Alilner isrice alto
"Udewpesn comnditions orein u- te n teNho Europe and aSuhAanil
tertae passeadygers aredemived. elruiaigol h otdsrb
first passaeger arompele b Ch thettanoe.ohlegiaor sr
nerairao aide n wthe Commonl mtloo h eefto ot a
enforcw hpun as'Jm arw casoh as e olia te Sudotae ilo
ualy fithy "Jim Coo'taear, andtaadaagsfoi,asmno
areleied tals the sprgtio eafi theimgrnswoaivatCa
brces in ling rsta ecainse isuc alovrteouhwevrte .
thiriminatio Ths is ad iolo tega l)pruieby ffrd heet
teHepburn law. rTe law,n wihashetosearsev wi r
vote ofpbcans wan Dhemforatmrue ilte' ~ifk
TnCness, and Georich vets ayus oeideed: fth;Nrl
boeyrsth poweners tofre deiequal fprsh ifrterpsegru
tred aengesae.oplldb reihsevcanthriso oi
raylawerisi what ae commolyta fti mlilln ~~e rf
tkenobwn laCw ears,o thoinio ale ohrrglrlnswl s
usual ftilth and~st uncomfoale, ta ae rm te oa~ >i
ER VALUES Uthe
esday, Oct. 23 \N
ice Sales in Cold
your well trained minds; tha
that the So-Called Side She
w moments of your valua
arth, neither that WE arE
hoes and notions Right in
the RIGHT PRICE, Lower thar
is greater than we expected anc
you. wwome to tp
40 inch heavy Sheeting, Sale price 6c. yard.
Best Apron Check Ginghams, sale price 5c. yard.
40 inch Flanneletts, dark, sale price 8c. yard.
Best Outings for cold weather, sale price 8 1-3c. 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.
White Table Damask, bale price 22c. yard.
Red Table Damask, sale price 19c. yard.
Notions, Hosiery, Belts, Rugs,
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
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.
D c. or more cash we will give a 25 c.
iRD, The Rig
ports. Negotiations are already un- If a man is unable to stand p
der' way for a regular line between perit.y he should sitI downi and give
The sulspic'ious manI i keeps one
SAM JONES WAS RICH MAN. onl his neighbor, but the wise1
keeps both eyes on himself.
Loft Estate Valued at About One UTnless a man is willing to1
I Hundred Thousand Dol- chianices he niever takes anything
lars. - ~ t hat happens to b)e lying around le
-- ~ ~ TWhen a girl has (0l(d feet she
Atlanta, Oct. 20.-- Rev. Sam P. tendls it is her ear.s.
Jones left an estate v'alued att some-C Good habits are mostly keel
thing like $100,000. Mrs. Jones al- trom being found out.
ready p)osHssed a handsome estate, A man could do a lot of work
and it is thought that she will haveo half the energy he uses I rying to
somehn~~g like $200,000. out of it.
1Mr. ,Jones left life insurance of It's a mighty poor' lawyer who
$65,000, payable to his wife, of which not. draw a will so) that he and
-threwerto plicies of $1 0,000i rest of thlemi wonl't hazve to figh~lt
each in thle T1'ravelers of uIat lord, it a ft erward.
anid onle p)olicy of $25,000 in the The way thle world dliscoI vered
M utu al Life of New York. All t hre appearanc-es are deceit ful was
of thlese policies were placed thIiroughl watc'hing how women look u.t hi
the Atlaint a representative of the anud when t hey go cal lingi..
Tn addition to the life insurance,
Mr. Jones left to his wife other pro'p' Charleston Gala Week.
erty orthabou $30000.Military dlay of Charleston's 0Th
er Gala Week will be Novembe
To the Fair and Return. Teglal otanlhadevi
-rTh C., N. & L. Railway will selltedI h feno.'h
round( trip tickets from Newb)erry to mutwl ae Tlc nM
-Columbia and return on account of sur n h orwl lle(
Sthe State Fair at one fare plus Seven-thnubrosuashtete
3 ty-five cents for the return trip,.ots,bt il rbbycm
-'Tickets on sale Oct. 20 to 25th and a .0ocok fe h
- for trains scheduled to arrive at Co-nontteleofmrh viJot
- jlumbia before noon of October 26il.upaogthernia tet
- Igood returning until Oct. 20th,~ in-afe )sigthCividnof
E elusive. This includes one ad,ission tehaal ilb lsiSd
to the Fair Grounds. rpisrcie rm oto
* For further information phioi N~o. cmaist h niaint
''or call on J. WV. Denning, Agent. th gurmonitscean
- lHe wvho has no faith in himself is lieytonerhects,an
helsie obcmeasccsn a l- sucnso the exhibrnoon The ai
Suro. amount2 will tke cpaes n Ma
i Th rav an fealessman ur est nd wilhe rer wlepend, be
i aes t ~thre arl an tus the f t e 3fsds in~tande
t avids he ~tsh I ~roath.3 'otck.egmet ft the gi
- A wse ma ~ atempt ho unt The ie ofee march wrth ot
- hii~.,ef ou of roube wih a o mpin ouand tIte cinitation woi
scrw.hee gand intet i.rai
[IHT PRICE STORE,
e Start one of
t one store in Newberry is doing
w Stores on Lower Main Street
ble time and see for your
a the first people that ever
Newberry,but we do claim
i the Lowest .
I to make more business for the
le Right Price Store.
Wool and Cotton.
Our line of Knit Underwear was bought very low and is complete
in sizes from the infant wrap to extra si-es 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,
take 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.
Boys' Knee Sui s and Pants.
We are strong here, and will aave you 25 per cent. on every pur
chase. Sizes 4 to 16 years.
;ilverine Hat Pin FREE For the Asking.
ht Price Store
ros- Each company entering the guara rc fln,siut nNwer
his m founlt is required to send a detail of Cutyi adsae n en h
twelve men, end shortly before the tato hc h aeMs .M
eye exhibition the officers will bold anSer(l(1sidadpoesd,t
nanl______________wt alta tatcnLmn it
ake TAEOF SOUTH CAROLINA, hudetsaic,meorls,bnd
else COUNTY OF NEWIBERRY. edoworfrrlbyadofMs
'oq COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. CupX.A)'is (5cSu n
Lee Ga ffniey, Plaintiff,r. oefll(eciltino
pr-Iowr Gaffney, Janmes Ruthlerford,l)tofth smeni(e)y1. eer
)igArthur' T1ucker, Pick Oladney, 0. DetysreoonNvmr
O. Gregory, Rtufuis Maybin, Gleinn 8h 84
vith Mabn E d Oglesby, as Trusteierm fl.CshPrhsrt
get Trinity Churchi, Defend(anits. l~ o )Pr-I h em fsl
By virtue of an order of the Court aentCm)idwt h adwl
m herein, I will sell to the highest bidderhersl athe ikofhe istpr
before the Cour't House door at Ne,w-cae,o h aeo oesbe
berry, S. C., on salesday in November, ictscs y,io;saeer .
1906, wit hin the legal hours of sale, 0 1 housn
thatL all thait lot, of land lying and being *ug fPo)t,1niei ony
situnate ini Newberr'y C~ounity, Sttle of .c
omne ouhCarolina, eonta ining (''e acre, _________
more or less, and hounded biy lands of
[Lee (Ia ffncy, by lands of Sallie Gaff- AL 01HE I S'Ai.
ney, and by road leading from byles'Tetneritd 'ilslatpbi
Ford road to month of Tyger' River.otcyitNcbrvCutIisen
Terms of sale. Cash. Should the Sedy thdyo oebr et
-eat- purchaser fail to comply on the day lrn ea or f ae h olw
r 7. of sale, the premises to be resold at lgdsrbdlnsI h ono
I be purchanser 's risk. Purchaser to pay Nwer,S . i l htlto
iard for dleed. ln otiigoead tet-i
irn H. H. Rikard, hnrdh ce oeo eshud
11p0n October 8, 1906. -Master.edblosf e.S.owrC.J
enrd STATEl OF SOUTH CAlROLINA,--len h elistt fTeCrln
r COUJNTY OF NEWVBERRY.
iken IN COURT OF PROBATE. M~Cm~i.''tspoel a
adJ. W. Peterson as adlministrator of h odi osadi opaso
ro e estate of MrsL. N. M. Sper de- indo nlafe coe 6h
ow eeased, and in his own right,196
Thomas E. Peterson et al-, Plain- ersosa:On-idofurae
that tiff vs mnyi a4,adtermidri
s to Jessie L4. Peterson, Defendant,. w qa ntlet aal i n
the Complaint to sell land in aid of it. ~oyaswt neetfo a
eady personalty to pay deb)ts, etc. fslategt)Ccntuilpd,t
liar. JPursuant to a decree of the Court h eue ytepoisr oeo
iides] in the above stated cause, I will selll)1Caer nd am tg eof r
tome Iat publice.outcry, to the highest bidder msssl.Prhsrt a o
tate. at Newberry C. i ., S. C., on salesdayalppesndrcdng
ilpet- in November, 1906, being the 5th day yodrfBadofDrcrs
11 be of the month, during the legal hours JmsA utn
forsuc saes,~4eflloingdeCribed resid ae,nt ben tho~ue
4rc o.hihte ae r. .M