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The Drayton Rutherford Chapter
of the U. D. C. met with Mrs. Wal
ter H. Hunt on Tuesday and there was
a full attemdance and a very interest
ing meetin was held, and after th,
regular program for the afternoon
was finished Mrs. James McIntosh
was asked to give some account of
he recent meeting held in Atlanta,
which she did and which was very
ch -enjoyed. Mrs. J. A. Burton,
. R. D. Wright. and Mrs. S. B.
ull then gave a report of their visit
Abbeville at the meeting of the
,te chapter of the U. D. C. They
re all enthusiastic over that meet
, and reported a most delightful
time. After the business was dispos
ed of a social half. hour was spent
pnd dainty refreshments were served.
The Bachelor Maids held their reg
ular meeting in the Chamber of Com
merce last Tuesday afternoon, and
along with other business two com
mittees were appointed to see after
the poor and needy that they could
help make the holidays brighter for
perhaps. A committee composed of
Misses Jeanne Pelham and Fannie
May Carwile was appointed to look
after the inmates at the county home,
and another committee on which is
Misscs Lalla Martin and Blanceb
Davidson was appointed to see if
any others in our commuity ce;Ad
be helped and cheered by the mem
bers of this society during the holi
The tlfree bazaars recently held were
very suecessful. The ladies of the
A. R. P. church, whose bazaar was
very ereditable, realizd a net profit
of very near $100.00. The Baptist
Bazaar was also very satisfactory, the
net proceeds, being in the neighbor
hood .of $120.00. This was also a
ovely. affair and the ladies who con
ducted it displayed much good taste
in their display.
The Methodist bazaar was also a
success the gross proceeds amounting
The Epworth League of Central
Methodist church is arranging for a
reception to be hel4in the church pat
lors on the the ~evenmg of the 18th,
next Friday. This will be given for
all members anid especially for the
Meth'odist boys' who are in the city
sehool at Newberry college. They
are especially invited to be present.
A musical and literary program will
be arranged for the evening, and Prof
N. Gist Gee will give a
short -talk. During the evening re
freshments will be served and it is
proposed that it be a very informal
GBT YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
W.. Connor, a graduate of the larg
est optical college in the world--the
Northern Illinois College of Chica
go. Dr. Connor is located perm an
ently in lNewberry,' gives both the
objective and subjective tests by
eleetricity and guarantees his work.
Office over Copeland Brothers.
& W, K. SLIGH,
Bought and Sold
Store Room on Main
<treet, now occupied
by R. J. Watts.
Seven Room Cottage
n Main street.
Six Room Cottage on
Seven Room R es i
oms in Herald andj
ws Building. I
We not only sold twice
joicing over the values,
town to town until a:
thing the people can di.
We Hope to Ma
No person who thinks
That's what they charg
sales, march direct to 1
Isles packed and counte
'I I t'
Amoskeog A C. A. Bed Ticking
but we are the people that
Androscoggan Bleaching, full 3
Heavy 36 inch Flannels, instea<
100 dozen Men's Negligee Shir
We Are Excusa
berry. Forty buzz saws and ter
fore if you are one of the many
Railroad Fare Paid<
Canvas Front coveringt
LAST FOUR M(
ag, T husdaM
GR'ATEST AND MOST SI
SALE EVER HELD IN NEY
as many goods as we anticipated. but we sent the
we gave them. The news of the great sale has gone
11 who are anxious to save money are on their wal
tinguish it's the ring of a true dollar from that of a
ke the Last Four DaYS, If Possible,
for a moment would buy elsewhere and pay the
ed you before I "got in the game". Don't be misl
[IMNAUGH'S and take your place with the greate
rs and tables jammed with buyers. It's the greatest I
ALL GOODS MUST GO ON THE SEC
>n't wait a minute. Cost and loss are utter
holesale Slaughter of Clothing for Men, B(
ercoats, Men's, Boys' and Children's Odc
A~ pile of men's suits you saw here last weel
e a snow bank beneath the downpour 01
imnaugh scooped around here and there a
xen dollar suits for odd sizes and numbers
ed that $3.98 pile until it's a "heap mucd
er fellow's $8.00 suits. If you work for a Ii'
d to miss the Mimnaugh BA RGAIN S.
Special Overcoats With Big Stoi
s worth $7.50, sale price specia! $3.98.
$8 00 nd $10.00 uvercoats special sale pl
$12 50 and $15.00 Overcoats special sale r
UST READ THE PRICES1
that holds feather--sand see that the brand is on the outside
sell the Amoskeog A. C. A. Feather Bed Ticking for only
5 inches wide, at on Ethe yard 8 i-3c. j Good heavy brig
of 12 1 -2c at only the yard 8c, j Good heavy brig
s, all sizes, 50c. quality at only 29c. j 50 pair good het
NO LET UP TO THE SHOE BI
[t's the greatest price slashing Shoe Sale the town i
liars in your pocket to think and act quickly. 01
ger success than we expected. Folks piled rount
up the bargains, and every one getting two, three
ey's worth. This week the excitement will be
>d news of our Shoe BARGAINS has spread far an
No shoes sent out on approval. No 'phone orders t
, ON THE SPOT.
Over our G*iEAT SAL
ble for Crowing without our telling you th;
igrizzly bears all fighting at the same time could not have r
who left the store unserved, don't blame us, just blame the
m purchases of $25.00 and over within a
he entire front of'
A NAU .
usands of satisfied customers home re
from mouth to mouth, house to house,
r to this big store. If there is any one
GREATER THAN THE FIRST
old fogy's one hundred per cent profts.
ead, pay no attention to the fake cost
t crowds that ever swarmed the store.
rice slashing sale of our career. Come.
ly ignored in this
y~s and Children, f2iI
Pants. : : :
C at $3.98 melted - ~**-*.**.
mong the six and
and has "sweet
" better than the
ing you can't af
~-any merchant cars sell an imitation not branded,
2 cents the yard.
ht colored Outing, the 8c. kind at only 4 1 -2c.
ht colored Outing. the 10 and 12c. kind at 8 1-3c.
wy "fluffy" gray Blankets, worth $1.25 at 79c.
Las ever known. It's
r big Shoe Sale is a
i the counters buy
and four times their
even greater, as the
ken. YOU MUST
E and our GREAT BARGAINS. So you know
t it is by far the greatest sale ever held in New
nade it more lively than the first eight days. There
--ius of 40 miles. Look for the big