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-ER: AROUND THE WORU
An Illustrated Address In Aveleig
Church in the Interest of the
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Ju,t al)out anu I0' 1ei10'e ,1 11o fu
church services on Sauda evenjin
there was a very good attkndance a
the Aveleigh Prevbyteriaii ohareh t
hear the address of Mr. Tickrev an
enjoy the moving pi-fares whin h
.had to show.
Those who- were out felt reall
more than re-pt% for the effort the;
mad, u be :0,ere. It is the genera
hcinsl o op~nion that it was de
ided the best; affair of this kin4
r given in Newberry. The addres
Mr. Vickrev was very fine and th
etures were cleareut and splendid.
It will no doubt be interesting to
the public to know something of Mi
Viekrey. He is 'one of the gres
number of men i'n our country wh
have awaken to the importance of th
grez t laymen's, movement, which i
the greatest movement towards th
evengelization of the world that ha
been brought forward in recent yeart
At the Omaha convention of layme1
the question came up, "Do mission
pay?" In other words is the worl
worth while, and thirty men agree<
that they would go around the wor<
and find out foir themselves. M,
Viekrey went at his own expense, an
came back overwhe'lmningly eonvinc
ed that it is worth while. These mov
ing picture shows are a great objec
lesson, and one of Newberry's bes
citizens in speaking of the meetin,
Sunday niglht, said that it had mad'
a more lasting impression on hi
mind than anything he had ever heari
or seen on the subject of missions.
-It is to be regretted that, throug]
the inclemency of the weather, th
greater number of- the people whi
perhaps would ihave been there wer
prevented from going. It was a de
lightful affair and one that no doub
will do much good. It was truly wha
it claimed to be-a three times' trii
around the world in ninety minutes.
Creditable Exbibition by the Pupil
Of Mrs. Robertson on Friday
The recital by the music pupils o
Mrs. Alice Robertson on Friday ever
ing was enjoyed f>y an appreciativ
audience which completely filled he
~studio, at 1215 Main street. The prc
pram included vocal and instrumenta
selections and in carrying it out th
pupils showed the effect of th
thorough and painstaking tra.inini
which they have received at Mrs
SRobertson's hands. All the pupils ac
quitted themselves creditably, an
the recital was pleasant throughout.
Mrs. Robertson 's class roll for 190
is as follows: Alice Aull, Estelle Bos
ers, Gladys Chiappell, Ruby G'ogganf
Marion Jor es, Carroll Hipp, Edwar
Hipp, Mary Hipp, Kathryn Harms
Marietta Langford, Cornelia Maye:
Etta Shelley, Spencer Wolling, G. I
Finek, A. G. Voigt.
Following is the program whie
was retndered on Friday evening:
Piano trio, Welcome to Spring, 'l
Oesten-Mrs. Roberson, Messr
Voigt and Finck
Vocal, Who is Silvia, Schubert
Estelle Borwers. Marietta Langford.
Piano, Barcorole, Krogmnann-Spei
We have been
ing our stock
and Binder Tv
terest you. T
Piau duo. a Romance, Reicnekie; b
0radle SoI-Erta Shelley and teach
Piano,.a It a Pat., WilIelm Keri;
p b Plka Op. 10.-Max Werner-Ei
die Mae Parr.
. iPiano duo, a spr-ing Sotig,. MNendel
t ; s-olni; ) WValtz. Weber-Kathryn
o Harms and teacher.
d iano, a Mazurka, Ducelle; b
e Southern Melodies, Thaler-Carroll
Voc-al duo, Nearest and Dearest
(Folk Song), Caracciolo-Marietta
Langford. Estelle Bowers.
Piano duo, Happiness, Carl Heins
I -Spencer Wolling, Carroll Hipp.
s Duet, The Merry Bobolink, Krog
e mann-Eddie Mae Parr, Kathryn
D Piano, a Elfin Dance, Greig; b
Petite Tarentella, Heller-Kathryn
D) Part II.
e Piano duo, La Jeunesse Dorie, S.
s Jackson-Alice Aull, Alice Robert
s Piano, a Mandolin Serenade, C.
Bohm; b Venetion Love Song, Nevin
1 -Ruby Goggans.
s Piano duo, Festival March, C. Teil
man-Cornelia Mayer and teaoher.
Piano duo, a Thou Sweet Evening
Star, Wagner; b Waltz, Chopin
Duo, Carmen (Vorspiel), Bizet
Ruby Goggans, Mrs. Robertson.
Piano, a Callishoe (air de ballet),
t Ohaminade; b Tarentella Op. 77, Nol
Solo and Semi Chorus, a If No One
Marries Me, b Faries, c The Swing,
Liza Lehmann; (From the Daisy
Chain Cycle)-Marietta Langford,
Estelle Bowers, Marion Jones and Et
Polonais.e (Jubelfeier), Kramer
Messrs. Voigt and Finek, Mrs. Rob
t Mrs. Robertson will continue her
t classes during the summer.
d t's a Great StorY !
e To the man who wants to be comn
fortable this summer:
a STRAW HATS,
KNEE LENGTH UNDERWEAR
9 FULL LENGTH SUMMER UN
"Get Busy'' now with purchas
ing those new furnishings here and
you'll find that the 'hottest days of
Sthis summer will have no terrors
will soon be
careful in select
of Harvester's Oil
ine and think we
;and prices to in
t BROS. Co
MIMN A UGH 'S
Case after cas
have secured sc
we spread f6r y
watch us set a S
Another Mimnaugh Cake Takei
Two hundred dozen Ladies' Tap
neck Gauze Vests, the ioc. kind
not over six to each buyer at onil
One hundred doz. 15c. Ladie.
Tape neck Gauze Vests to go e
only ioc. each.
,We sell more Hats in a da
than all the Newberrv Milliner
stores se Ilin a week. The fam
spreads like wildfire. Nearl
every day something new ai
rives and is sold out almost a
soon as placed in stock. Com
di-ect to us for your headgeai
Black Dress Go
Think a moment what you
interest bids you COME.
50 pieces new black Dress
liantine, Melrose and Albatros
yard worth less than 60c., an
your choice this week at 49c
On account of remi
and c ntering int
our entire stack c
H ARD DWARI
for sale at prices
These goods mut
out, if possible, by
A LL S AL1
P. S.-Any one d
to consult me at o
Recorded in American Jersey Hei
Sire, Tame Fox, Imported by T.|
Cooper & Sons, No. 3,261.
Dam, Mona 's Amialfi, No. 176,413
It is a beautiful, vigorous indiv
dual, bred jn the purple, possessix
great merit ; won first .prize as ea
at Georgia State fair 1906; won fir
prize- as yearly at S. C. State fa
190~7. Gentle disposition, a su
breedier. (See tabulated pedigree ar
better test of ancestry at my 'home.
The patronage of owners desirit
to improve the future milcher is sol:
Service fee $2.00, due at time
service, with return privilege.
E. 0. Lake,
Newberry, S. C., (St. Julia), R.
Dn No 7.
e of new goods ad
our choosing this
Another Parasol Sale.
e Hundreds and hundreds to select
) from. Beautiful material and in
y laid handles. By all means see
what's what before you spend your
t money. 49c., 69c.. 98c., $1.39 and
up to $5.oo each.
ods and Silk Sale.
save in this sale. Your own
Goods-Chiffon, Panama, Bril
~s-all piled on a big table, not a
d some worth up to $1.00, take
what we pres
-what we sa'
oving to another town
o the HARDWARE
there, we will offer
~f well : ssorted
regardless of cost.
t be entirely closed
rity, S. C.
esiring to enter the
~s here would do well
nce. TERMS EASY.
S.TNE BOOK STORE
IS THE' .
If PLACE TO BUY YOUR
F.Mayes Bonk Store.
ded to our attract
values in these n
weEk. Keep pac
Muslin Underwear Sale.
All piled on center bargain tables,
the greatest values you ever saw, S
every garment fresh from the hands k
of the best manufacturers in the $
land, trimmed dainty and distinct- c
ive, sizes full and complete. s
Case after case of new white
There's nothing we like better th
Thousands of yards of plain W
the yard 5 cents.
Thousands of yards of plain W
the yard 7 cents.
100 full pieces plain White La
yard 10 cents.
44 inch Persian Lawn (for Cc
kind, at only the yard 15 cents.
44 inch Persian Lawn (for Co
kind, at only the yard 19c.
All 35, 40 and 50c. Frenc:
'only 25c. yard.
Linens and B
Nothing like these bargains ev(
Remnants, remnants of Table
Belfast, Ireland, 2, 2 1-2, 3 and
200 large, white Bed Spreads,
100 extra large white Bed Spr
sale at $1.29 each.
~ch., We -do
yin our ads.
If you want to
Squares, now isa
GREAT BARGAINS in
RANGES. Don't fail to
for $31 50. A dollar sa
Come and let us show y
Tbe J. L F
and Skirt must of course be done up
beautifully forCommencemient. None
so dainty, no fabric so delicate but
what we can handle them to your
entire satisfaction Phone 175.
901 Main Street.
ROAnnlDUSB& RUFF, Agts.
ive stocks. We
ew goods which
:e with us and
One hundred Panama and Voile
kirts the greatest bargain ever
nown in separate skirts, $6.5o,
7.00, $8.oo and $8.50 values,
hoice for $4.98. It's the biggest
kirt offer of the season. COME..
oods rolled in the past week.
an to save you money.
'hite Lawn, 8c. kind at only
hite Lawn, 10c. kind, at only
wn the 15c. kind, at only the
mmencement dresses), 25c.
mmencement dresses), 35c.
i Organdy marked down to
,r known. Be here sure.
Linen, one case direct from
3 1-2 yds. long. all to, go at
worth $1.50 to go on sale at
eads, worth $2.00, to go on
in our store
save money in
JEWEL STOVES and
see our $40.00 Range
ved is a dollar made.
COLLEGE OF CH ARLESTON
125th Year Begins October ist,
Entrance examination will1 be
1eld at the new Court House on
Friday, July 2, at 9 a. m. All can
lidates for admission can compete
n October for vacant Boyce schol
Lrships, wnich pay $ioo a year.
)ne free tuition scholarship to each
lounty of South Carolina. Board
Lnd furnished room in Dorm.itory,
4i2. Tuition, $4o. For catalogne