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Every Garment Positivel:
Great Special Sale of Dress Goods.
Every yard Wool Dress
Goods at Special Prices
for the next ten days.
Don't think of buyiog
your Dress or Skirt un
til you see our line and
hear our low prices.
Tremendous Cut in Silks.
Silks of every kind.
Black Taffeta, Peon de
Soie, Messalins, Plaids,
Stripes, etc. Every yard
marked special for the
next ten days.
Blankets, ComIqrts and Bed Spreads.
Case after case opened. and marked special for the next ten
days. Don't buy elsewhere, we will sell you for less.
Any garment in this great pile specially priced for the next
Hunt Newberry's Cheap
WILL SEA ABROOK WRITES OF
fIlS TR AMPS TtIROUGHIEUROP)
HeSympathizes With the Recording Angel-The Fren<
Tailk, Talk-He Visits Spot Made Famous by
Mirobeau and Monte Christo.
(By W. B. Seabrook.) bread, a bottle of wine, and board
Special to Herald and News. the Mediterranean express for
Arles, Provenee.-If it be true that eighteen houir journey to Marseji
the Recording Angel inscribes against with the ultimate intention of i
us every idle word we utter, the Isunning in Provence my interrupt
French are thrice damned for a thous- I pilgrimage. The only comfortal
and eternities, but my sympathies are man on the- train this frosty vnornu
N with the anigel rather than the lost was a member of the Enghi3h hi
souls for he must needs be a habile house service, on his way firom t
stenographer and a ceaseless toiler. a shire to Alexandria, to rejoin i
truly pitiful figure, wi:h wings de. em-ps. He re.joiced in the posss
nuded of the feathers which he has.of a quart of brandy, a traveling ri
whittled into quill pens, and with per.. and a big plum cake. I cultivated I
spiration streaming from his celestial Iacquaintance and when the tra
visage. How they talk, talk, talk, reached Lyon, we were seated fae
X these nerevous, mercurial Frenchmen. I face, the rug was wrapped around o
The tongue alone does not suffice; knees forming a sort of double la
they gesticulate, shrug their should- the bottle was undei- the seat, and
ers, grimace like chimpanzees, and, if for the plum cake it had fulfilled
a serious question of two sons or the Idouble destiny.
.price of a handful of chestnuts is in- Among my travelingl companio
volved, they leap and dance and pir- was a party of Italhan peasan
rouhette to emphasaze their torren- Ibound for their home in the Pie
tial, endless arguments. I learn from Imont; they, did not understand
reliable sources that deaf-mute asy- word of French and were in evide
lums are unknown in France. They distress. Betyeen Dijon and Maec
are useless. When a Frenchman is a conductor entered the car to exai
stricken dumb, he begans to swell and inme our tickets, and uponi ispectil
bulge a. if inflated with illuminating those of the Italians imnmediate
oas, his body grows round like a bal-.threw his arms into the air and su
hoan, his skin stretches to the last re- fered a frightful series of convi
sisting point, and then he explodes. jsions, endimg in a hemorrhage
Sorrowing kinfolk gather the scanty Iwords uttered with a rapidity
remains in a basket-nothing sur- which only a Fren ch railway offiel
vives the catastrophe but tattered is capable.
fragments of words, mangled sen- "Nomn de Dieu!"
tences and mutilated phrases, dang-) "'Seigneur Jesus!
ling from adjacent tree-tops--and . "Milles diables!
lovingly transport them to the ceme-| And in desperate, impotent agor
terv. I he waved aloft,.his ticket punch. "4
La st week.on board a railroad train, quins, villains, betes, sales cochoi
I witnessed an incident admirably il.. did they not know that they shou
lustrative of this national failing, have changed cars at Dijon N<
Taking Paris as a central point, I they have to spend the night at M1
had been rambling afoot, with knap- con, and then retrace -their route.
sack and staff, in the environs of grand malheur.''
Versailles, Vincennes and Fontain- Of this tirade the Italians unds
bleu, when cold weather came to stood not a single syllable, but th
drive me southward and my tramp were keenly alive to the fact tii
trip temporarily lost its distinetly some mistake had been made. T
pedestrian qualities to become a jconductor e.hattered on incessant
headlong flight toward warmer Ione instant invoking the aid of
climes. "One frosty morning a news- Marie, ar.d the next pronouncing
paer had fallen into my hands pre- long discourse upon the general ign<
deting snow at Blois. and it was ther. anee and bestiality of the Italian ra
v canged my plans, bought a loaf of (as a matter of fact it was the o:
Sole of Ladies
at New. York Cos
IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE"
2 ** FOR SALE BY
THE HOME OF DOUGL
Thousands of pairs good, honest, serviceabh
this great sale at SPECIAL PRICES.
5 Bales Checked Homespun 4 cents yard.
2 Bales Drill 5 cents yard
2 Bales Sea Island 4Y4 cents yard.
2 Bales 4o inch Homespun 5 cents yard.
T Case Outing 5 cents yard.
I Case Ginghams 5 cents yard.
Get in line and follo w the crowds, they all
& Haltiwanger's where you can buy it for less
100 Pairs Pants worth $1.25, $I .50 and $2.C
of the too pa;rs 98c. pair.
50 Boys' Knee Pant Suits, $5 oo values, at
'Over o,ooo pairs Hosiery at special prices
est knit Hose, the kind that wear, 8/13c. pair,
est Store for Every
Ieial 's duty to see that his passengers lionaires.
descended at the proper station). But IAt Marseill<
Sthe Italians only comprehended that balmy and deli
9 something disastrous had' occurred day 's travel, d
for which he was holding them to was exchanged
blame. One of the women was cry- skies. Before 1:
:h ing, and the leader of the party had spent a day in
arisen with hands clasped in the at- ean seaport, lir
titude of prayer, and was murmur- on the quaps,
ring, "Non capsico! Parlo Italiano. striving in vai
Parlo Inglese.'' iorsered above I
eThe situatiton was pitiful, and cordage, thread
anwhen the unhappy traveler declared sailor.: and wa:
le, -he could speak English, I offered my Turks, Yankees
e~ services as an interpreter. The con- naked hmeathei
ed 'ductor willingly accepted the offer, unknown Orien
land asked me to explain the situa- parrots and Pe:
~tion to the Italians. These latter had ping to listen v
lbeen fruit peddlers in New York and badour faithfu
Sunderstood English sufficiently to these legend-la<
render exchange ofiespossible, so gmitar and sat
it was~ easy to exp)lain ina dozen a-corv of Kmng
words. Btthis summary disposi- Sp aish orpst
.~ tion did not meet with the approval -Sptanih yps
't of the conducter. The occasion, to oldta wmen beis
to is ay f tini.n, rquiedmore odwmnbs
ur tak-n thnkingreak Charmed clams or moule
'~ byhis own eloquence he reviewed and formed employ4
as elaborated all phases of the situa- dui Donjon du
a~ tion, eulogized the benevolence of the that I take ads
railroad, which permitted travelers to boat rates to v
ns~ commit such errors without subj ee- mous by Mirabe
,tion to criminal prosecution, coma The right to ex
miserated the ignorance of the Ital- it seems, is leas
a. in,dwelt at length upon the keen to an amuseme
npleasure it 'had afforded him to wel- ploited as if ti
nd aide m ditnguished intervention a mermaid or
an i,multiplied adjectives ad in- -
finitum. fell upon my neck and refer- STATE OF SC
red with emotioni to the fraternal ties COUTNTY 0'
that had bound America and France Court of Col
osince the dlays of Lafayette and Laura '. Nie
F,ranklin-and while this harangue of Renjamin F.
a11 was taking place, Macon slipped past inwidiially. I
us in the night. Alas, poor Italians.Hapo an
With a motley erowd, in which Plaintiffs.
were representatives of many nations
we were traveling third class, but Daisy P. Ha'
v,were very comfortable in one of the The Prosper'ity
o big trans-continental cars that have Bank of Prospe
s, only recently made their appearance and A. Hayne
1.1 on the main French roads. The old doing business
>closed-compartments have been rele- Iand style of F
a- gated to the shorter lines, and these fendants.
0 new "wagons,'' with their spacious By an oirder
aisles and plat glass sides, are on a will sell to the
r- par with the best American day- the Court Hous
ecoaches. The third class is more sani.. within the lee-al
at tary, though slightly less comforta- J' n. . 9!,
he ble than tihe second. As for thelf first *:l et b, the
[yclass cars on through trains, they are est in all that t
it. nothing more nor less than rolling being situate ir
a; palaces, in which, according to the berry, State afi
>epigramatie observation of a cete- acres, more or
ce brated English journalist, nobody the mill tract.
Suits und Jac
t. Don't Delay, Come, Gi
Shoes to go in
In'Ruchings, Neck Ruff!
Linen Center Pieces, etc.,
go to Caldwell ioo fine Gold and Silvei
o, your choice from $5.oo to $2.0o, ma
gift, at special price durin
$2.24 the suit. Rugs!
zz Old Santa Clau
the good, hon- Over 4o bea-utiful Rug
all sizes. mas gifts. Specially pric<
Want in Up-to-DatE
3, the weather was~
gtful. By a single
smal, Parisian winter
for smiling summer
egnin ytramp I IPA
igering in the evening A
here ancient fortress,
he fore-t of masts and
ing my way among
xie:e,--; of aI ll:tionV.
,Arabs, grinning, half
1, who had come from
tal ports to sell their
sian pussy-cats; stop
rhile some native tron- Ti usino
I to the traditions of
len hills, twanged hisenieyamtr
g in Provencal the I yubya nu
Rene and the Counts
o attend a t.roupe of mn fwry
, or a barefoot Neap
>ught me to buy their
de Toulon, and uni- P I M
~es of "L'' Enterprise
Chateau d'll' insisted
antage of their cheap for yourself or your
isit th~e spot made fa
~au and Monte Christo. Irock beneath youi
iibit the Chateau d 'If,'
ed by the government ~ COSt you. From he
mt company, and ex-'
e venerable pile were
five-legged horse. 5 CEN
F NEWBERRY. i l tcs ois
hols as administratrix
Nichols, deceased, and
duke Iii. Nickols, W.
Willie E. ~Nichols,
Akinstesi D. Lake, J AE
Stock Company, The
rity, Geo. E. Hawkir"s
Hawkins, as partners,
under the firm name
[awins Brothers, De -_________________
of the court herein I hro,si ntrs eogn
highest bidder before cie.adbuddb h w
;e at Newberry. S. C..
e'me hemn g 4th day otf~ t fPF ihl,lnso
onei-third (1i-3) inter'- Tyo..W ozr n i
raet of land lying and Tem ofslcah
ithe County of New- Prhsrt a o aes
>resaid, containing six
less, better known asMa
othermill ixt easAte ame timeunde bylthe tw
it First Choice Today.
1. Every Hat,
must go. The price we will
make will cause fast selling in
our Millinery department the
next io days.
, Ties, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs,
all specially priced the next io days.
- Handle Umbrellas and Parasols
es the most serviceable Christmas
g this io days sale.
s' Rug Headquarters!
3 to select from, make nice Christ
!d this week.
~E OF MI.ND
A N YT HING
IRE INSURANGE isn't
of dollars and cents. When
ance policy, you ielieve your
ou have bought
'ECT IO N=(
family and you feel the solid
-feet. And see how little it
TSA DA Y
tre a ho se for $! ,000. TheI
ent are arnong the best
:o the 'sell the other (2-3) two-thtirds inter
,. de- est in said mill tract, building, ma
hun- ehinery and mill fixtures above de
f the scribed. Terms of sale cash. Purchas
N. E. er to pay for papers.
~er. N. E. Taylor.
Jas. W. Boozer.
[. FOR SALE-One second hand engine
ter. and boiler. For terms apply to
will1 tfM. A. Ham,
Sw tfProsperity. S. C.