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E. H. AULL. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
rrY. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, October 1, 1907.
We desire to call attention to the
statement from President E. D.
Smith as well as to the letter from
the president of the Farmers' Union
of South Carolina, urging the farmers
to hold their cotton until the price
shall go up. We hope the farmers
will head the suggestion and advice
of these two organizations. As we
have endeavored to emphasize from
time to time for the past few weeks,
the farmers themselves hold the key
to the situation, and it is up to them
to say whether or not the. moneyed
men, who speculate and gamble in
the staple crop of the farmers, shall
win this fight. We have tried to em
phasize that the law of supply and
demand has absolutely nothing to do
with the present decline in the price
of cotton. Spinners have sold their
product on the basis of fifteen 'ents
cotton this fall, and the price is ob.
liged to go up.
What we desire to see is that it
shall advance before the cotton is out
of the hands of the producers, and
the man who really needs the benefit
of this advance in price. If all of
the cotton producers in the cotton
belt would hold from the market ev
ery bale of cotton for the next ten
days or two weeks, there will be no
doubt that the price would advance
at least to thirteen cents per pound.
We are satisfied that the merchants
and tie banks will lend all the assis
tance they can to the farmer in this
contest, and we sincerely hope that
he will realize the opportunity, which
is his in this crisis.
We understand that the Standard
Warehouse charges 10 cents a bale
for storing cotton at Greengood and
20 cents at Newberry. The farmers
round and about Newberry would
like to know why this discrimination
REV1. ME. REED'S CALL?
kpanzitiou of Why it Was Not Made
Public Generafly Some Time
Under the heading 'f There Must
Be a Mistake," the Newberry Herald
and News refers as follows to the ar
ticle in The State of Thursday con
ering the invitstion extended to
Rev. C. A. Freed, pastor of the Ebe
nezer Lutheran church of this city,
to accept the pastorate of the Luth
WE CA AEL YoU C1
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R ESPE CTI L L Y,
A RE MEND(
With the biggiest store in up
berry, we can save you mon(
to the back, both floors, a disto
chandise and the land produce
Never before have we showi
and colored dress materials, c
dren's clothing. Our big Octc
The Dress Goods Department.
After looking through our stock carefully, if you can't con
scientiously say that we are showing the greatest stock in
Newberry from any standpoint, I will make you a present
of a ten dollar bill.
One lot 44 and 50 in. fancy mixed Cheviots, just the thing for a
nobby suit, worth every cent of 75c., special for only 49c. yd.
Two hundred pieces fine wool Dress Goods in all the leading
shades, not a yard in the entire lot worth less than 75c., and
most stores will charge you $i.oo for the same goods, just to
show you how we do undersell e'm all, you can take your
choice of any piece in the pile at only 49c. yd.
5 pieces- 36 in. Black Taffeta Silk, you can't match it for less
than $i.5o yd., this week, one dress to each buyer, at only
the yd. 98c.
Special Bargains in Ladies'. Under Skirts.
5o doz. black mercerized Under Skirts the $1.25 and $1.50
ind, choice for 98c. each.
io doz. black Heatherbloom Under Skirts, the $2.50 and'
13.oo kind, choice for $x.98.
Come quick these will soon melt away.
Hitch up and come qui(
erani Church of the Redeemer at they have not yet made any n
Newberry: int h ogeaiua
"We find the above in the State of hsbe ocnrgtoa
yesterday. There has been no meet- Ia hc r re' s~'
ing of the congregation" of the Lu- ne.
thran Church of the Redeemer anid A atro atacmr
no call has been extended to Mr. h uhrn lic i
Freed. Under the government of thewhcisncareotenn
Lutheran church a call to a pastor is o atrtf h aac
extended by the congregation after b h einto fRv
the nomination of some minister ~? brykwie pnRv
the ouncl. W bavmad inqiryn to whther cornretouan
from ember ' te coucil, as thee nera dongregatonale
of -avastortofil the1acanc
frmmebr f th coiOi,anfh miiteilodthing, atth
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oNG UNLSSO W E KNW$.0
FWRTA WoK BETRtE$.5
LosTIES, ALLow N D -SH SSHESC
O clthing, ol t eth
ED TOGo TYOU ORK. e thande no.he a Shf1
Mrk's shlsineze Chcao th
SUI " $.. 500 eSneon she itpas pt
Bons sofes, Yok.izes fr2i
......... SUIT " $22.0 prico $25 3.0
prices 98ents Sts $1.00
MINUNE J DEA ES N
IUS AR HAy
per South Carolina and
y on all kinds of merc
ince of 1,000 feet. It's j
s no more reliable good
i such an array of hand
oaks and jackets, shoec
ber sale starts Wednes
Men's Boys' and Children's Clothing.
We keep our Men's, Boys' and Children's
Clothing up stairs, also on the second floor we
keep Men's and Boys' Hats, Caps, Odd Pants,
Art Squares, Blankets, Comforts, Cloaks, and a
solid car load of Trunks.
Magnificent Millinery Display.
To the hundreds and hundreds of admirers
who have visited this department during the
past few days we need scarcely say anything,
but to make more cordial our invitation for you
to come again. We believe we have the Hat you
want, and know we can please you with the Hat
that best becomes you.
Little Prices on little Things.
-25 doz. Boys' Caps ioc. ioo doz. Boys' Caps
25c. each. 5o doz. Men's Sox 5c. pair. ioo
gross Pearl Buttons 3c. doz. 50 doz. Ladies'
Handkerchiefs 23/2c. each 6o doz. Ladies Hose
7Y2c. pair. Good Cotton Blankets 5oc. each.
Heavy Cotton Blankets 98c. and $1.25 each.
Oie thousand dollars worth of Men's Fall Hats
just landed 98c., $1.25, $1.49, $1.98,. $2.49 and
$2.98, not one is the pile that's not worth double
:k, it will pay you t
your bill from
Largest and Chez
'rpe.w several weeks ago, but the matter was jin the
f tei-e nit gezierally known by menben of remaini
meetng the Ebenezar congregation until a ondary
s(jrey. low day ago. However, at the mid- cept b:
JA we}k' services of Ebenezer church, Sine
.te ofMr. Freed announced to his congre. Freed
eofgation that he would remain with by mel
werry Ithem and not go to Newberry. He his aci
cunaM had previously informed the church Newbe
e us. councils of both churches. '1Ut
e. Freed~ It is a custom among the Lutherans his dul
I ace'ept Ito tender an invitation to pastors end
Luther- whom the committee in charge nomi- State.
dis .was nate. Mr. Freed was not "called"' nt
hoes, hats, dry goods, dress
:s and complete line of m
>u look? We are anxious t(
~lotig.-I Duttenhoffer and the Ultra Shoes for dry g<
"ner and ladies, sizes 2 to 8, prices $1.98 to fact e
Heavy $3.98. ~a corn
e; of In a cheaper shoe we sell the C. trouibl
amber's j& E. Wolf Brothers, Frankfort Shoe given
m $.00 Company and Battle Axe, sizes 2 1-2 wheth
. to 9, prices $1.25 to $1.75. exami
o $13.50 (Complete line of Misses, Children's ity an
$1.25 to and Infant 's, quality the best, prices D
the lowest. We sell Rubber shoes, 38 i
25 cents too. .anteed
NEW FALL RATS AND CAPS in bla
BS. Come in any day and look them and 'g
yn't you over. Don't -worry about the kind 42
m well? to buy. We can suit you. Prices of colors
ared to Hats, 50 cents to $3.50. Prices of 36
1l lath- Caps from 25 cents to 48 eents. prices
you, try MEN'S FURNISHifNG DEPART- Bro
ME.NT. Will s
2, prices We have a complete line of fur- Ask
nishings, shirts, collars, suspenders, Ask t<
on. handkerchiefs, gloves, neck wear, derwe
o 5 1-2, socks, hose, supporters, inderwean more
etc. Prices the lowest. less ti
12 to 2, LADIES DE1PAERTMENT. One
We shall be pleased to have you One
Dittman, call and see what we are showing in One
the best bought stock in New
hantdise from the front door
ammed full of tempting mer
3 than reste upon our shelves.
some hats, stylish silks, black
and men's boys' and chil
day morning at 9 A. M.
Mimnaugh's Money Savers.
Match 'Em if You Can.
5 bales 40 in. Newberry Mills White Homespun worth 83/c.,
special at only 7c. yd.
3 cases standard Calicoes, other stores' price is 7% and 8V c.,
here only 5c. yd.
2 cases standard Percales, instead of 12Y2C., at only 83c. yd.
2 cases Dress Outing pretty, bright styles, the 8c. kind, at
only 5c. yd.
One bale Newberry Mill Drills worth roc., as long as it
lasts for 8c. yd.
5% Standard Table Oil Cloth worth 25c.. as long as it j.lasts
oo pieces Cotton Diper, 20, 22, 24 and 27 in., your choice
the bolt 8c.
5o pieces all-wool Jeans, worth 35c, as long as it lasts, the
No matter what you intend buying, try the big store.
o come 50 miles to buy
ight sense of the irord, but theto"byhe"mmteincr"
ing part to be done was ee-anthcogetonbi oste
as he had been invited to ae-"aln"wihisb o~ma"e
the Newberryecommittee. ona" intkowt oie
delining the invitation, Mr.hacalduoMr Fedntlt.
has been warmly commended nw afefo oubata r
abers of his congregation forFreha"dcid"tecl"
;ion. The Lutheran chiurch of adti esddntrahClmi
rry pays a higher salary to itsfrmteNwryenorrmth
r than does the Ebenezer"cmteinhag"
but Mr. Freed thought it wasTh eadndewrgetex
;y to remain here. The fmnancial ceigyti atrgtit h
wras never considered.-Thenepaesbtsitddwfltw
tion"a far the "cosiee pu thae
us case ~ ~ ~ an therwano"oiaNebey congregation rhighdoth.
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to seour goovld es.oo dsl b igltleutis idwsae
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