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"04NE" ROUH'S OAREER.
Ends With Newberry This Week
Championship Games End
NVewberry, May 11.-Only three
more games and the career of Crouch
as pitcher for Newberry college will
,.h.ave ended. On Tuesday, May 14,
he local team faces Erskine at Due
est; May 16, Furman university at
Greenville and May 18, Clemson col
lege at Clemson. This round will de
cide who shall win the coveted state
championship and will end Crouch's
work as college ball player. During
the time he has been at Newberry,
lie has applied himself closely to ath
leties and has made for himself an
enviable reputation among baseball
fans. c -
After playing the Clemson game,
he will immediately report for duty
as pitcher in the Darlington state
leagne team and, in this capacity,
will pitch his first game at Spartan:
burg Monday, May 20. He leaves
New'beir-y with -the b)st wishes and
high esteem' of all those with whon
to has come in contact. As lie is a
m1emiber of tle present senior class
lie -will be given a week off to at
tend comuienceiment exercises here,
June 9-13.-The State.
"THE OROWNING OF LOVE."
WiU be Rendered at Opera House
May 17.-Full Programme.
Following is the program for the
antata, "The Crowning of Love,"
o be given Friday, May 17, at 8.30
. ., for the benefit of Central
Cast of Characters.
Helen Pride, a wealthy girl and
der among the pupils of a fash
able school, Miss Mabel William
Maude, tall and stately, Miss Kath
Priscilla and Prudence, twins, t le
embodiment of neat.n.ess' and precis
ion, Misses Mary Wright and Lucy
Kate, bright and -witty, Miss Annie
, Portia, sober and studious, Miss
Edith, Miss Annie Rlay,
Florence, Miss Tilla West.
. Louise, Miss Luelle Fellers.
Nell, Miss Agnes Chapman.
Bessie Sunshine, the miller's grand
daughter, Miss Marie Summer.
The wise old wonan of the woods,
Miss Mary Frances Pool. ,
Sopranos :-Misses Mabel WiNiam
son, Mary Wright, Luey Hill, Annie
Ray, Tilla West, and Mary Frances
Altos:-Misses Katherine Wright,
Julia Phillips, Annie Jones, Eleanor
Martin, Lucile Fellers, Agnes Chap
man, and Marie Summer.
. S'ene I. A school room. Singing of
"Chorus of scolgil.
-Scene HI. A Woodla,nd Scene. Solo
by Bessie, ''The Mill-Wheel.'' Chorus
''A Band of Merry Maidens."' Chor
u s, "W'~ho shall be Queen?'' Chorus,
"We are Free."
'Scene IIH. Helen sits wearily on a
log. Solo bly Helen, ''Violets Blue.''
Solo by Bessie, "Love's Swveet Re
ward." Chorus, "Alas, we know
not.'' Recitation, "'Lo! WhTlo comes
here in quaint attire?'' Solo by the
Wise Old W0man. Rbe:eitative and
chor-us, " 'You wish your friend to
find?'' Solo by Wise Old1 Woman,
"T'hough she be not fair to se.
The Corona-lion. Corns. "We~T 1-ail
ll'hee." Solo by the -Queen "For all
+bis honor.'' Chorn" "Long Live and
Prosper." Solo 'by .the Wise Old Wo
nyan, "The Setting Sun." Final
~ us, with trio and solo, "Farewell,
ecompanist-Mr. J. D). Capple
~Committee in charge:
Mrs. C. B. Martin.
Mrs. R. D. Wright.
Miss Bernice Martin.
Obey the Text.
the Iowa town where Mark
-ain used to reside, the following
-ory of him is occasionally h'anded
1out, ays Lippkott's.
Ono morning when lhe was busily
~t iavork an acquaintance -dropped in
ipon him with the request t.h'at lie
ake a walk, the acquaintance .h-aving
n errand on a pleasant counbry vmed.
"Hav far it is?" -temporized Mark
"Oh, about a mile," replied the
Indtlantly the humorist gathered
'his papers together, laid 'them aside
and prepared to leave his desk.
"Of course I will go," lie annuone
d, "the Bible says I must.''
"Why, what in the world has the
ible got to do with it?" asked the
"It distinotly commands," an
wvored Mr. Clemens, "If a m'an ask
bee to go with -him a mile, go with
The biggest Cut Pric
ues ever put before t
greatest bargain eve
dise into cash at onc
BIG BED SPREAD AND TOWEL SALE
Let nothing keep you away, the hour is
set-the date you know.
10.0 large white'11 1-4 Bed Spreads, the
$1.25 kind, only two spreads to each cus
toiner, 89c each.
100 large white 11 1-4 Bed Spreads, the
$2.00' kind, only two spreads to each cus
toiner, $1.45 each.
50 large white 11 1-4 Bed Spreads, the
$2.50 kind, only two spreads to each cus
tomer, $1.98 each.
All $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 spread.s, your
ehoi'ee for only $2.98 and $3.29.
One case towels, worth Ple, for this big
four days sale, your lchoiev 10 eaeli.
One case towels, wor(h 20e anid 25e, for
thlis big four days sale, your ehoiee 15c
25 doz Pillow Cases, 36x42, worth 15 and
20e, for this big sale 10C each.
A Matchless Embroidei
The largest lot of Embroidery ever brought to Newbe
Cambric, Swiss and Nainsook in Edgings, Inser
Match Sets for underwear. These goods are the vei
of the season.
Lot 1-1o,ooo Yards at 1 Oc
The biggest Embroidery bargain you will see this ye
sook and Insertions, many of them worth double the
ning from dainty edgings to very wide widths, the
bargain table for only joc. yd.
Lot No. 2-Choice per Yar
This lot, about 5,0o0 yds. Edgings and Insertions,
and Swiss, no limit on any of these lots. You can
during this big four days sale for only i8c. yd., somn
Lot No. 3--Choice 25c. and 3
This lot consists of handsome waist bands for Shi:
wide flounce edgings to match, the quality extra fin
up) to 75. choice during this big four days sale 25
At Ten O'clock ,j
We will put on sale 2000 Plain White Herni
minutes, each 2 cents.
At Eleven 0'
We will put on sale one lot, two yards wide
lasts 30 minutes, at per yard 39C.
One Case Dres
We will place on sale one case Dre'ss Ging
pattern to each customer for 5C. yd.
Free to Every Lady.
Every lady purchasing $5.
more during this sale we wil
absolutely free, 10 yards,
dress, of 5 cents Colored
free. 'When some one else
this I will go them one bette
give you two free. Mimnaug
and does undersell them all.
The Leading Store
e Sale ever held in Ne
'he people. We have
nt in this section. WE
e. Sale Positively opens WEDNI
BIG BLACK DRESS GOODS SALE.
Now is your opportunity to pick up a
black skirt for a little money. If you are
a judge of goods you can buy black dress
goods here in a gaglop.
25 pieces fine black Dress Goods, worth
50e and 60c, take your choice for 39e yd.
25 pieces fine black Dress Goods, worth
75e, take your choice for 49c yd.
20 pieces fine black Dress Goods, worth
.7 1-2e, take your choice for 59c yd.
20 pivces fine black Dress Goods, wiirli
$1.00. take your1 (1hoice fow 79c vd.
Be on hand bright and early Wednesday
morning and every day this week.
ry Sale. Cut'Price Mi
rry in one shipment.
tions, Beading and
-y newest creations
ar. Beautiful Nain
price, widths run
entire lot on center
buy what you wish
e worth double.
9c. yd.When you see customuers
shop in town and then conme
rt Wast fontswith it's the best proof we've get t
Hats, as well as D)ry Goods,
e soe inlot orth of the chief attractions of
styles for the prices asked.
Lid 39C. yd. your Hat until you hit Newb
t. M. Each Day
titched Handkerchiefs, sale to last 30
elock A. M.
half Bleached Damask, value 6oc., sale
hams, worth 8 1-3 and ioc, one dress
A Big 5c.
We have groupe
of this season's Or
00 orTrilleck, Lawns,.
I give I Oc. and I2tc., for1
,one selling, none sold
Lawn only 5c. yard.
does 6 1-2c. Colored La11
r and We will place on
h can Colored1 Lawns wo
the yard all over tc
edress to each cu
3 l-2c. the yard.
I M A
Fridou and Sat
wberry. The greates
made immense prepc
3 must turn this mot
'SDAY, MAY iS, at 9 O'clock A. M.
THE GREATEST OF ALL
WHITE GOODS SALES.
Miles and miles of white goods the great
est white goods sale ever held hereabouts.
50 pieces 40 in, white Victoria Lawn, the
15e kind, full pieces, for this big sale 10c.
25 pieces 40 in Persian Lawn, the 20c
kind, full pieces, for this big sale 15e.
25 pieces 44 in Persian Lawn, the 25e
kind, full pieces, for this bia sale 17 1-2c.
25 pic-es 36 in. White Linei, for shirs
and suits, not a yard in the pile that is not
worth 39 and 50c yd, all piled on a big
table, your choice for only 25c.
25 pivecs 36 ii fmne Lawn, 19, 35 and 39e,
-sh toh see theni.
10 pieces 72 in white Orgrandy, as a lead
er 6iis week, for only 25c ya.
Now is the time to buy your commence
n:ont dress and save money.
Ilinery Sale! Oxford I
The grentest reductia
Show you iolreMSl1)Per
the town combine( h s a
72o your [mores liper
- 7 $h.e0deportmn this w i
142 pairs Ladies' fne
try every litle Milliner for this week $.ji
to uS811( do huci buyng 72 pairs Ladies fine I
heiuall kinnd a ileo ld at 98c. pair.
LoigadShe. ne 72 pairs Children's p
our utsis he equiite one and two strap, you
By ll ean (ln'tbuy sizes from one to five,;
erry'B greatest store. Don't,mionkey by th
Notionis of All Kiu
1o0 gross Pearl Buttons as cleai as crysta
1oo gross Pearl Buttons, as clear as cryst
50 doz. Children's Drop Stitch Stocking
50 doz. Ladies' Drop Stitch Stockings, t
pairs for 5oc.
5o doz, Ladies' white foot Stockings, the
50 doz. Ladies' Turnover Collars, the roc
50 doz. Ladies' Turnover Collars, the 254
All 50 and 6oc. Corsets, medium and shc
d together a lot
nd many other The n
a worth 8l-Sc.,
this week's quick nesday
to dealers, for o'clock,
mis at 31-2c. Yd. we w
sale one case of fine WI
rth 5 and 6 I-2c. minute:
>wn, limited, one double
istomer at nlv
t money saving val
trations for this the
intain of merchan
DRESS GOODS AND SILK SALE.
And there is not a store in all Newber
ry dare match these challenge prices.
$1.25 black Taffeta Silk, every yard
guaranteed in the selvage, positively wortib
$1.25, for the big four days sale, one dres
pattern to each customer, 89c yd.
$1.75 black Taffeta Silk, wit.h a beaiti
ful hster, you can't match in America, for
oily $1.19 yd.
35c white Chi-n-a Silk will be sold Wed
nesday, (one day) if it holds out, at 18e
65e white 36 in China Silk will h sold
for four ildays at only the yard, 39c.
89( white 30 in Chinia Silk will he sold
for foir days at only the yard, 69e.
59e 27 in colored Ciiiia Silk will he soild
during the big sale al -te.
ries and Slipper Sale.
n Oxford sale ever held in Newberry. We can
and Oxfords than all the side show stores in
le are going to make things humup inl our big
'Tan Oxfords worth $3 CM) andh $3. 50, for this
< Oxfords with ribbon laces, worth $2.50 and
the renmownied D rew Selby Oxfords, $2.00 kind,
Ilucher, p)at. tip) Oxfords the $i 50 kind, will he
at tip) Blucher Oxfords, also pat. leather VampII,
cant match themi for less than $1.oo a pair, all
tour choice 75C
a wayside, hut comec direct to Mimanaugh's.
rids at Cut Prices.
1, the roc, kind, for only the doz- 3c.
11, the x 5c. kind, for only the doz. 8c.
s, the zoC.' kind for only the pair 9c.
he 25c. kind, for only the pair x8c. or 3
15c. kind, for only the pair i xc.
.kind for only 3jc. each,
.kind, for only roc. each,
rt waists, for this big four daiys'' sal'e 39c.
sinute sales begin on Wed
rnorning, the 15th, at 9.30
No phone orders will be
n minute sales.
ill put on sale one lot 40 in.
bite Lawn, sale to last 30
a each day, positively worth.
the price, 8 1 -Sc.
Where Dollars o