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STOWN EXHIBITS WANTED
h Carolina Urged to Occupy a
Place at the Expdbi
lumbia, May 19.-Capt William
nzales, chairman of - the com
1i in charge of the South Car
exhibit at the Jamestown Ex
on, has received a letter Which
efers to the patriotic people of
h Carolina. The commission has
the meias nor the opportunity
collect exhibits of the kind refer
to, but if parties in the state
o have historical ' exhibits will
municate \With Capt. Gonzales or
rect with the Exposition authori
es they will add a great deal to
e importance of South Carolina at
The- commnmication referred to is
rom Dr. J. A. Chandler, director of
he division of history, education, etc.
He says in part:
"Nearly all of the original states
will be represented in our fire-proof
history building here, with the excep
io.n. f Soulti Carolina. I should like
ery much to obtain at least lialf a
ozeon good oil poNf raits of prominent
Iersons in South Carolina of the Col
onial or Revolutionary periods and
about two eases of' interesting and
significant manuscripts relating to
the early period of the Colony and
state. May I ask if you ca.ii. do any
thing to help us along in this line ?
''We have built here a thorough
la -#ire-proof history building 300 by
96 This building will be guard
ed% \pnd day by men in uni
formN tret service men, and ev
erything-p le will be done to safe
guard the edlleetions. No other
Expositio.n. has had such a secure
building or has takej such precan
tions to guard its historical exhibits.
By doing this we are enabled to bring
together a remarkable collection of
objects illustrative of early Ameri
can history.' If South Carolina *is not
represented in this collection it will
be a matter of regret to many of
your people who will visit the Ex
position. J. H.
Columbia, S. C., May 20, 1907.
Editor Herald and News,
-Newberry, S. C.
My ,attention has been called to an
article in your paper of May 14,
inst. headed "Building Material,"
'and,signed 4'A Builder.'' This article.
seems to lay great stress on the im
perfect fire proof quality of concrete
as a buildi.ng material. It is entiiely
different from the reports which I
have on file in my office of Baltimore
fire, Jacksonville, and Los Angles.
Cal., fire. These reports show that
concrete buildings stood the test of
the extreme heat; superior to ordi
nary kiln brick.
I deem it unnecessary to go fur
ther into this matter, except to say
that T was very glad to learn, upon
investigation, that the article refer
red to was sent to you by the Geor
gia-Carolina Briek Co., of Augusta,
Ga., for p)ublicatioin., they having in
serted the same over the word ''A
Builder,'' as the author of the pub
Now, I think that your readers
abould be informed ot the fact that
these brick people could not afford
to bring out a publication of ilhis
kind signed by themselves, thog~efor'e1
they thought best to set up in front
of them as breast wvork ''A Builder''
and hide themselves under a bushel.
I no.t.ge that they insinuate that your
gopd people may be mislead in using
conlarete as a building material. I
lonow of nothing that could be any I
muore misleading than for a brick t
concern, so well established as these
people referred to, to undertake to,
publish sneh a communication and,
attempt to hide themselves behind
'thienname of A Builder..
I would like to get one of the pam
hlets referred t.o by the ''A Build
er,'' so that I could ,investigate to '
see if it also wvas not ceomplied by a a
briek manufacturer who is impable
j.to find sale for his brick.
Yours very truly,
D. G. Zeigler,
Columbia, S. C.
COLLEIGE OF.. CHARLESTON.
Charleston, 8. C.
122d- Year BegIns September 27.
Letters, Seienet Engineering., One i
scholarship to ach county of South
Carolina, giving free tuition. Tui-a
tion $40. Board a;nd furnished room
in Dormitory, $11 a month. All can
didates for admission are permitted
to compete for vacant Boyce schol
arshiips which pay $100 a year. 1EN
TRANCE EXAMINATIO.NS will be
held at the county court house on
Friday, July 5, at 9 a. m.
For catalogue address.
The Greatest aqi
This is "no fake," no
chandise at prices th
ference. A clean swE
nouncement of this b
gone from mouth to i
to save money are 01
day morning at 9 o'cl
All We Can do in Millinery. Anoi
No. 40 and
-- thanl 25 ani
for 35c, yoU
yard or one
We can sl
any three st
free 10 yar<
* - Lawn, free.
- We back u
-anid (10 wvh
-' dry goods t
As the (days grow longer onr prices TeG
~row shorter. We bought the sample
ne of Armstrong, Cator and Co.'s Hats and$
Lt 30c. on the dollar. All $1.oo Hats we Comne ani
lought at Soc, all $r -50 Hats at 75c, all bargaini sal
~2.oo Hats at $1.oo. Its a fact I canl sell and better
rou your hats for what the nearby mtil. day rolls b;
inery shops have to pay the dealers $1.25 Bh~
or theirs. They are here as style leaders. guaratheed2
Ve believe we can please yon. We oetdressI
tave pleased hundreds with the Hat the yard 84
hat best becomes you, $1.-75 Bh
More millinery here to select from than kind with
11l the stores inl Newberry combined, mach iti
A Big 5c. Counter. sold for for
A big table, piles and piles of thi s sea sold for foi
on Organdies, dimnity, oolored Lawns "----i
,d many ' other sheer. fabrics, somieCt Pr[c
vorth 8 1-3, roc., andI r2 1-2e., for this-.
~ig four days sale, none sold1 to dealers,
or only the yard 5c. -50 gross]
tals, thte 10
:our Days Sale Linen Damask 50 ss:
tals, the IS'
Every yard all pure flax, not a thread. 25 doz. Li
f cotton in the entire lot, not a yard to 25c kind, f<
e reserved. First customers will get the 125 doz. Cl
icek of the immllenise lot of short len gthms 50odoz L41
ought direct from the agents. If you kerchiefs', s
an use the lengths we put on sale you 50 doz Lu
re fortunate and will save half. 2, 23%, kind, for 01
, 3 and 4 yard lengths, all' piled on a 50-doz Lu
ig center table marked in plain figures. kInd, for oi
The L.eading Store
ill Lost Four I
, Thur sdu, Frii
I Most Sensational
bankrupt sale, no "salvage E
at will shake the old town o
ep of every dollars worth o'
ig sale is all that is necessar
Tnouth, house to house, towi
-i their way to this big store.
ock, be among the first to p
her Cake Taker.
pieces fine Taffeta Ribbon,Th4ref inh uI
6o in all in the leading shades, T bia Sale
ot a yard in the lot worth less
most of it sells all over town
can take your choice, one T
bolt, for only the yard 19c. 9 o'clock. No phone orde
iow you more Ribbons than will be taken on minute sale
ores in Newberry combined. I You must be n the spot.
i to Every Lady.
y purch*i"ng,$:. *:0or" or AT 9 ' LO K A. M .EACH 1 '
Is, one dress of 5e colored
This store sit a gas factory. we will put on sale lot 40 inc
:our claimis and( "Cut Prices'' wide white Victoria Lawn, sel
t e aIn adverise We protr in every city on earth at 1 5
ann.yard, sale to last 30 minute
at the yard 7ec.
atest of all Silks
ress Goods Sales. AT 9.30 O'CLOCK EACH DAY
I bring your friends to these
es. They will grow biggers we will put on sale 50 fi
mtid sweeter and sweeter as thme pieces China Silk 30 inch
k Tffta il, ver yrdwide in all the leading shad
in the selvage -positively and black and white, the 59
,for the big four (lays sale, kind, sale to last 30 minut
attern to each customer, at each day at the yard 38c., r
ick Taffeta Silk, the rustling ayr odatr10ocok
Sbeautiful lustre, you can't
the United states for thme price
e Jap Silk, 36 in wide, will be A DOCOKEC A
r days at the yard 39C.
e Jap Silk, 36 in wide, will be w ilsl 6ic i
r days at the yard 69c. fns etr lt ot
yard, for 30 minutes one dre
i Noion aleto a customer at only the ya
Goes Merrily On.9c
ealButtons, as clear as crya.Oclc LIi
kidfor only 3e dloz. A 00N
?earl Buttons, as clear as crys
kind for only 8c doz. juttpyrthneamoe
dies' drop stitch StockIngs,40Ic fiewte eri
ki(ler 's rop >stitch stockings,Lante2ckidno.v
r only 9C.
dies' fine emibroidery Hand- 12yrst ahcsoe
5e kind for only x5c each. 30mntsecda,ithI
dies' Turn Over collars, welsoot1c 2c h ad
(lies' Turn Over collars, 2oc
IIM N ApyUr hne oe
40 ich fne wite ers
Lan h 2c knd oto
laj and Saturdo.
sole Ever Held in Newberrg
ale" but a sale of high grade mer,
F Newberry from center to circum
F merchandise in our store, the an
y. The news of this great sale has
ito town until all who are anxious
When the doors open Wednes
ush in. . . . .
All Black Dress Goods Marked Oxford Ties and Slipper Sale.
S Down for the Big Sale.
If what you want is not down on this
at list come here first any way as it's the
.s Miunaugh plan to give you everything
for a little less than the other fellow.
S. All 5o and 6oc. black and colored Dress
Goods for this big four lays sale 39c. yd.
All 75c. black and colored Dress Goods
- for this big four days sale 49C. yd.
All 89c. black and colored Dress Goods
Jfor this big four (lays sale 59c. yd.
All $z.oo anid $1.25 black and colored
h Dress Goods for this big four days sale
s 79 cts. yard. Still deeper goes the gash. All Ox
A b)ig lot of retunants of black D)ress fords marked downt for the big fouir
.Goods to be closed out at half price. deays sale. To be sure of your size conie
5ea ses Ladies' pat. tpBlucher Ox
- and Pillow Oases. fords- the $z.so kind,'for this big sale
Just in time to catch the printer. 198case p aciea.tp ce x
z case zoo large white Bedspreads worth 5caeLdispt.ipBchrO
($1.25 each, while they last, all our friends' fords, the $2.0o kind, for this big sale.
l(and enemies too) can have one. We $i 39 pair.
SS want to make the good Spreads go round. 5 cases Ladies' p)at. tip Bluncher Oxfords;.
SSDon't ask for more than two at only the $2 50 kind, for this big sale $1.98 pr.
C. zo large white Redspreads worth $2 oo 3 cases Ladies' pat. tip) Blucher Oxfords,
SS will be sold at only $14 each, the $3.oo kind, for this big sale $2.29 pr.
ot 50 large white Redspreads worth $2 50 opiLaesatnLahrBlcr
will be sold at only $1.89 each.Oxos,tef20kidorhsbgsa.
5d large white Bedspreads worth $3.oo$g lar
will be sold at only $2.48 each.
200 doz, large Cotton and Hluck Towels AlMis'anCidrnsowutSo'
worth rSc each will be sold at roc. adOfrst oa u rcs
ioo doz large Cotton and Hluck Towels Yucntms h tr,i' h ags
worth 19c. each will be sold at r5c. i onlyln ds INUHS
60 ready-made Sheets, 8r x 90, worth
C. 75c. each, will b)e sold at 62Xc. Q1.4 rOQ
S ored-aePillow Cases, worth lu
rd ic. ach wil l) 50(1 it Je.600pi Ladies WhitenSts eae Bouther
Oflars, h corknd for big. each. o
Youare ordilly nvite to ttenAthi cnmthissskd Cidn' ow fut Shoe
big ribbon Oaleranytclay, anychourrofeth
Youcla,awiltgiveyoutoe re tste ags
woo full toincby longfetadRibMoM,Aall'th
$t1atd.50 adbak n hte h Greate Embrtsifr Sale.
rd a5c yac win lot worhle ta c. 30cLdis Whi Nkr mad E u Df
th Big r ibboy n alele.
- 1o Cae c6g ordalned to Blachend cokrfhissbi aexo.yl
b4. ill b sld ay day aydhuro ts.Acrehe hi i aeie
2oo full pieces 36affetaaRicn al~ th pe cswdwitsfrosecve,
con yard inedle worth esth15c, wilbfor knd o hsbg ae2e d
001(1bat four. dysle Uuttebgoc nbodeyutr
Whereae 3 Dollarsl BeaDon
count Doubnlee)wothDuty.il b