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Our ready casr
array of beautifu
the aisles of this
every hand. Ca
wear Millinery, S
and see the won
This department will bloom out a
brings us something new every day.
ready-to-wear garments ever made ij
know who sold the ready-to-wear tg
Easter Dress G
It makes no difference what kind
or Cotton, you can get suited here.
come direct to Mimnaugh's.
5 pieces 36 in. Black Taffeta Silk,
25 pieces Suesine Silk in all the R
Pink, Light Blue, Nile, White and
for 50c., take your choice this week
65, 75 and 85c. Black Dress Good
49 cents yard.
Look over onr.immense stock. ']
All the newest styles, trimmed witl
satin and self same material panel d
and flare effect on side, the best $8.
This week your choice for $5.98.
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The other ura
Perhaps he's doing
The best be can.
* Alke to all,
But some are strong,
Anid do not fall.
T.hen some are weak,
Can not withstanid,
To such, pray lend
A helping hand.- -
Don't condemn, -
But lend a hand
To tempted ones,
Who can not stand.
Ms. Dietrich, of New York. nation
al organize:r of the W. C. T. UJ. has
sp't six weeks in South Carolina
and organized a great many new un
ions. On liast Sabbat~h she visited
Triity and made a.n interesting ad
drss ~on " The Walls of Jerico."
Sabbath night she organized a new
union at West End Baptist church
with 'thirteen members.
We will have Mrs. Armour, of
Georgia, in the State for three weeks.
She will only visit the "wet" terri
Intemperan~ce has destroyed nations
well as individuals and is the
aretest foe of America today.
Nobody ever wanted to be a drunk
.rd or started out to be one inten
tiionally It is a thing that grows un
ttil thb habit is too strong to be
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A travel-li:ng man recently in our
city remarked, "that it is as hard to
get lignor in Newberry, as it is in
Maine" and M'ai-ne has had prohibi
tion for twenty-three years. Hurrah!
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Rev. Mr. James recently gave the
L. T. L. an interesting address.
It is now only a little over a month
until we have our May Festival and
Baza.ar. The committees are quite
b-sy gettingz everything in readiness.
We are adding new members right
aog .a now our union is one of
ihas captured th
I goods has neve
big store for a di
se after case of
Ilks and Wash Gc
never before. The express wagon
The most interesting showing of
this part of South Carolina. You
ilored suits last fall.
oods and Silks.
of a dress you wish, Silk, Woolen
Don't monkey on the wayside, but
$i 50 quality, sale price 98c. yd.
ading shades, Wisteria, Old Rose,
Cream, worth and sells everywhere
for 29C. yard.
s marked down. Easter sale pnce
he half has never been told.
and Voile Skirts,
L both 'wide and narrow folds of
)wn front, rows of large buttons
50 Skirt shown anywhere, all sizes.
the strongest in the State.
The "Flower Mission'' depart
ment is doing excellent work along
ll .limes. Several .new departments
were added 'this year.
The temperance forces will have
to work faithnfully if they expee.t to
win for prohibition at the election
to be held in August.
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The Literaiture department has put
ew pockets all around for literature.
Any friends to temp-erance that has
good literature .to dispose of will con
fer a favor on the W. C. T. U. by
pnitting it in an.y of the pockets.
The 'hill providing for a ne,w elec
tion on ,the license question in New
Oastle, Delewave 's one wvet county,
has passedl the lower house.
Rumor he it that elab womien are
pevitioning Mrs. Ta.ft to -a ie r
stand azainst the use of w.r-s at the?
state din-ners to be given at the ,v ite
house. Mrs. Taft, bein;: a ek.b vu<.
man herself. would probably listen
more readily to the request of Mer
leub sisters than to those represe:-tingf
tmperance o!rga.nizations and we do
hope and pray that she may see the
wisdom of following~ in the footsteps
of Mrs. Hayes. Mrs. Ta1ft 's father,
Jdge Herron es Ohio, was law part
ner of Rutherford B. Haves, and al
though but a gI;l at ,the time of Mrs.
Hayes' o ccupe.ney of the white house
j.Mrs. Taft must be fully awar'e of the
position taken by both P;reside.nt and
Mrs. Hayes in serving no liquors to
'their guests. We were rejoiced to
learn. th. n iines were sevdat
'the inaugural hbll, and this at the re
qus of President Taft.
Maine i', -at t'he~ head, for sh.e has led
for half a huxndred years,
And Kansas grea.t and North Dako
ta stand among their peers;
Georgia next, 'and Oklahoma, won
their place among the free;
Alaba-a, Mississippi, North Caro
IAnd Texas, too, and Arkansas, have
voted for the right.
And all the rest will follow, till we!
make tdhe map all white.
The distililery and the brewery and
tie winery .all must go:
The saloons can stay no longer, when
the people have said "NO!''
SoQ "e'l Sing :them ont, -and pr-ay
them eat, and :educate them out,
Wel tam t.1 hem mu? smd vote them
r been shown' in
stance of 100 fe
new goods arrivw
~ods, Clothing an
A Great Purchase
We closed out the lot of a famous
ailored Waists. We bought them
er how we can sell1them so cheap.
enter table, not a Waist in the lot w~
ake your pick and choice of any W
out, and legislate them out;
We'll agitate, and orgainize, and sure
ly win the fight,
We '1-1 work for Prohibition, till we
ma;ke the map tall white.
f Result of Election on Schooi Bond
On hearing the return of the~ onw
agers 'of election ordered to toe 'i d
on Ma.rch 24th, 1909, on the qait:o'
f the issue of Forty Th9usanid Dol-]
lars, of bonds by the Newberry School
District ider an Act of the General
Assembly of this Staste, entitled: "An
Act relating to the Newberry School
Dit'iiet,'' aproved February 27th,I
1909, and it appearmng thereby that
majority of the vo,tes cast at said
election were east in favor of the is
'e of said bonds, we, the Trustees
of the Newberry School Distric.t, de
:lvre the re.sulit of said el tion to be
in favor of thve i:ssue of said bonds as
allowed by said Ae.t. This 25th day
f March, 1909.
F. N. Mar-tin,
- 5J. M. Davis, Sect;..
W. A. MeSw'ain,
J. H. Wicker.
Seiool Trustees Newberry School
SALE or PERSONAL PROPERTY.
As qualified executor of H. S. Booz
er deceased, I will sell 'the pers" nal
:roperty -ojf which thve said deceased
died, seized, and possessd, on April
14, 1909, as folalows:
At -hi's late residenc-e in Newberry, S
C.. at ten o)'clOoek A. M.. one cow, a
-alf, farming itmplements, and buggy ;
sdso at Prosperity, S. C., on the same
Tay at three P. M. one iron safe. and
office furniture. Terms of sale cash..
J. P. Wheeler,
BLUE RIDGE SCHEDULES.
BTo. :8, leaves Anderson at 6.30 a.
mn., for connec-tion at Belton witfl
Ronthern for Greenville.
No. 12, from Walhalla, leaves Ar
derson at 10.15 a. in., for connection
at Belton with Southern Raiilway for
Columbia and Greenville.
No. 20, leaves Anderson at 2.20
p. in., for connections at Belton with!
Soutern Railway for Greenville.
No. 8, daily except Sunday, from
anll arrives. Andersn 6.24 r,.
s worth of good!
et and view the r
d the pas: week,
J Shoes, in fact a
The Fame of Mimnaugh's
M I L LIN E RY is known far and'
vide. To the hundreds and hun
reds of buyers and admirers who
-isited this department during the
past week we need scarcely say any
hing, but to make more cordial
ur invitation for you to come again
we offer the most wonderful Easter
Millinery bargains you ever saw.
You never in all your life saw such
a selection of Millinery; you will I
marvel at the creations, at the
of Spring Waists.
New York maker of fine dress and
t a great sacrifice. You will won
We will pile 50 dozen on one big
orth less than $1.50 and up to $2.oo,
iist in the pile f r 98c. each.
of Newberry; S
in., with connections at Seneca with
Southern Railway from points sofith.
No. 10, from Walhalla, leaves An
derson at 4.57 p. in., for connections
at Belton with Southern Railway for
Greenville and Columbia..
No. 17, arrives at Anderson 'at 7.5i)
. i., from Belton with con:ieetions
No. 9, arrives at Andersoni at 1.2.24
p. i., from Belton with connections
from Greenville and Columbia. Goes
No. 19, arrives'at Anderson at 3.40'
p. i., from Belton with connections
No. 11, arrives at Anderson at1
6.29 p. in., from Belton with cou-*
nections from Greenville and Colum
bia. Goes to Walhalla.
No. 7, daily except Sunday, leaves
Anderson at 9.20 a. in., for Walhalla,
rth connections at Seneca for local
- Nos. 17, 18, 19, and 20 are mixed
tras between Anderson and Belton
Nos. 7 and 8 are local freight
trains, carrying passengers, between
Anderson and Walhalla and between
Walhala an4? Andersoz
The best known remedy for burns,
ets, bruises or sores of any kind on
man or beast. For sale at
Ma.yes' Drug Store.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas.
Mary A. Spelil, Plaintiff,
Theodore H. Spehl, et al., Defend
By virture of an order of the court
h~rein, I will sell at public auction
at Newberry Court Hou,se S. C., with
in the legal hours of sale, on Monday,
April 5th, 1909, all that lot of land
lying and being situate in the county
o~f Newberry and State aforesaid,
about one and one-half miles east of
the town of Newberry, S. C., same be
ing lot No. 8 of the lands of Theo
dore Spebi, deceased, containing 107
feet by 150 feet, and bounded by lots
Nos. 9 and 7 of said estate and a 40
ft street and Johnstone stre~et.
Terms of sale: One-half eash and
th balance in 12 months with interest
on credit portion to be secured by the
bond of the purchaser and a mort
gage of the premises sold, with leave
o pay allnah. Purchaser to pay!
- at 50c. on the
It's simply a trec
iew things whic
and still they c<
11 Spring apparel,
Good fortune, hard work and sh:
way under price.
Union Linen 90 in., 2Y2 yds. wide
Union Linen 72 in., 2 yds. wide, i
50 pieces book fold India Linen, v
4oo pieces English Long Cloth, 5
ioo pieces Persian Lawn, the 15c.
Two cases standard 8c. Ginghams
5 bales John P. King celebrated S
50 full pieces Curtain Swiss, the i
All standard Calicoes, new blues,
It 5c. yd.
io gross white lawn hemstitched ]
200 large white Bed Spreads, a $1
xoo large white Bed Spreads, a$2
We have the prettiest line of low
We have the famous Drew ';elby fo:
for men, ankle Strap Pumps, Tie.
Columbia Glass Lined
Full Line of the Best Fr
Call and See Us. W
1316 and 1318 Main St.
for papers and recording of same.
H. H. Rikard, Master.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
WHEREAS. R. Y. Leavell .hatn
made suit to me. to grant him letteis
of administration of the estate of
nd effects of Richard Chalmers Lea
THESE ARE THEREFORE to
cit a admshall1 and singular the'
dollar. Such an
it to stroll dawn
:h greet you on
If You Can.
-ewd buying brought us these at
, worth 75C., special at only 49c. yd.
vorth 65c., special at only 39c. yd.
orth 833c., special at only 5c. yd.
to 9 yd. lengths at only the yd ioc.
kind, Easter sale price ioc. yd.
sale price 5c. yard.
ea Island, 7c. kind, at only 5c. yd.
2Yc. kind, at 92:. yd.
garnet, silver grays and shirtings
,adies' Handkerch efs at 2c. each.
50 value, at 98c. each.'
.oo value, at $1.39.
Ly of Footwear.
:ut Shoes ever shown in.'Newberry.
r Iadies, and Howard and Foster
WILL SOON BE
And you will have to
THINK ABOUT A
R ef rigeroator
We have a beautiful line, all
up to date. The best and cheap
est Glass Lined Refrigerators on
the market Will keep. your food
pure and cold for weeks. These
are all Cold Dry Air. From
$8.75 to $40
WE ALSO HAVE.
A NICE L.INE OF ICE CHESTS
ezers & Water Coolers
Will Save You Money.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
kindred and creditors of the said
Richard Chalmers Leavell, deceased,
that they be and appear before me, in
the Court of Probate, to be held at
Nwberry, S. C., on the 12th day of
April next after publication thereof,
at 11 o 'clock in the forenoon, to show
ause, if any they have, why the said
administration should not be grant
GIVEN under my Hand. this 23rd
day of March Anno Domini, 1909.
Frank M. Schu.mpert,