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30 DAYS 240
June 24 to July 24!1
WE ARE GOING
We give each customer
during this sale, ticket bei
end of thirty days we ann,
ing a duplicate of a p irch,
purchase refunded IN CA
for $12.78, a pair of shoes
nounce the day on which
duplicate to our store and
an illustration. We refu
We have no rocm here t
member we refund the ca
noth>ng keep you away fr
a* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *you
. THE IDEBR. * jsay.
ell, Mr. Editor, you crowded meth
out last issue, you had so much about the
scout cars and pathfinders and good pt
roads. It was just as well. I hope put
it will all- result in stimulating an in- Ia
terest in road building and road'ha
working and road fixing and not bea
merely road patehing. I notice the bqe
party from Newber.ry took Supervi- sput
sor Feagle along. I reckon that was and
to show him what good roads they the
have in Greenwood, for they tell me pr
that now and then they .do work the All
roads in that county. In this county It
our supervisor devotes so much timepe
to building bridges and running his tere
chain gang from one place to another
that he does not find time to do any
They tell me that Mr. Toms the
expert from Washington, is doing Cle:
some nice work on the sand and clay as
road that 'he is building between here mai
and Prosperity, but now and then the Iseh
supervisor will take about half the! of
hands off to go some where in thepa
ounty to fix a little bridge. What .
the spervisor ought to do is to keep tiol
right on this road while he has his I
hand in and work through to Pros-ne
prity. It could be don~e much cheap- .am)
er right flow than at any other time n,af
and then the good roads advocates h i
could have~ something to show the peo- the
ple when the discuss-ion on good road w
building came up. And besides there LO
is scarcely a road in t.he county whichre
is traveled by more people and tiLh. up
building of which would do as m,'eh ime:
to help the cause of road building. aw~
They say, you know what that is,
if you don 't I am not going to tell F
you, but they say that the scout cars Gra
*ere advertisoing schemes on the part of1
Sof the Atlanta Journal and the New heli
PYork Herald. Suppose they do get a find
little syvertising out of the scheme lion
they pay a pretty good price for it. title
I should think it cost something to Eve
keep these scout cars on the road and
to pay the men who are with them. the
Why not all of us go to work and get
some benefit in each community
through which the cars go in the way.
f advertising. Or let all of us start
ut sc.u cars of our own. But then 4
ONE DAYS I
tartS Uirsdu Ju
TOREFUNDTHE CASH F
We Do This
a duplicate check for each purchas i
irs the date ard amount purchaseo. i
:unce the lucky day and every person
ase on this dcAy wi. have the ariount <
SH. For instance yo u, u a suit < f ci
for $4.03 and at the enc of the sa!e w
you rnade a purchas. You may brin
we refund you the $!6 78. This- is rn
nd both large and small amounts ft
o give prices. Everythina in stock red,
sh for one whole da/'s business. Don'
>m this sale. Don't miss the opening
know it .is a very hard matter to "Wadiyosytoh
Lse everybody and especially they "ItlhiifewodI
noticed the other day when I "Loeup"siSna
ed out on the public squar-e that "osnu?Idntflo
railing which was taken out of ta iigtr?Id
oldcort oue hs eenusd t drstnwhati you man tohi
a pritl rilig aoun th ouer."Ma yould ontf,"esould
~h ownarundth bi clums.e might Clave did."e o
n gadto eeanthigton t heseat.'
eve a.supiconof n efot tLoosNUE'' AXia
itfyrold court house anusd te hetanhtyo treaer.H
.re surrounding it. If that was Epps, 'has placed in my hani
around on the other side also tions for the collection of t
then that park was made around quent taxes for the year 194
building and the lower square was will be ready to receive th<
ed we would be making a start. Ion the'14th instant. Let all
public improvements come slow, not paid their taxes come f
akes a lot of patience to get the once and pay the same to
>e to awaken to their best in- thus save further trouble a:
sis My instructions are to coll
The Idler. taxes at onec.
Made Fine Record. She-iff Newberry (
riss Sadie Goggans, daughter of__________
k of Court Goggans, left for Tex- NWER NO T
ometime ago with a purpose of re
ning in Dallas as a teacher in the
ols. Miss Goggans is a graduate ATVl&dDprueo
Winthrop college and .taught the TanEfetv1204
session at the sc'hool at Little Sunday May 30, 190'
ntain. In order to secure a posi
in the intermediate department Souithern Railway:
the city schools of Texas it was * renie
~ssary to stand a very rigid ex- fe.Oiuha
ation. There were 600 appli- M 1frGenil
s for the 43 positions to be filled. o1frCluba..
hteen of these applicants passed
examination, and among the 18 C,.LR
Miss Gorgans. Miss Gogzans is *o 2frClmi
e cogratulated upon the excellent N.5 o revls.
ird she has made, and is holding o ~frClmi
e standard set by the young wo- N.2foLarn
of Newberry who have gone *Denorn Sd;
y fom ometo ecue psiton . 1. - ime Grenble .. .s
whic trains mayluwheap..t.
Intellgible o Clar..pa1 fro thnis l ..n b..
orme Go. Sm Huer th pator i6 ot oubarant. .
I bytheUnitd Sate sente o .& L. R.chi
outwhthe e inigoi . 22 orCoumi . .
late enat Hor ased.*eale bid for l beuree..v.
y frmwet to see sitins. iseo ftime tlhosn :h
Wber didvonsee im?wbonico train mayberr expet
InBttelliibto ark prt fro thisrr sta ..tiobu
rers hov.Sam auer t earrs ot a raontee
Yed sir." fMotaa wa J exnetied shwive sbercet per elna
8 24th,and Lsts 31
OR ONE DAY'S BUSINESS
nac'e We have adopted the novel pla
kt the this section in the greatest merc,
hav- rated in this store-an event that )
f the rmeshes of competition, and incre;
cbes for 30 days. We have secured th
i.an- to marr e the saL for us arid the
g the ne, k w h v t. -sonal charge o
erely perm *hat vieir our store wil b.
> the only inducemenl we offer-we ha
in our st-)re,
ced. You caC avefom 20 to 50 per
t miss the speci is, they're great. Sati.
Doors open Thursday, June 24th, at
& CO, IN CHE
n?' isue under an act of the General
oosen up Assembly of the State of South Caro
e elected lina entitled, "An Act Relating to
the Newberry School District'' Ap
or Hoar. proved February 27th., 1909. Bid
7 you. Is ders will state in their pro
not un- 'positions the rate or rates
of intereecst as well as the
)ed Haufs price at which they will take these
bonds, including accrued interest F
from May 1, 1909, also the denomina
Stion of the bonds des-ired. Bids mustA
~ .be filed with F. N. Martin, chairman,
I execu- Newberry, S. C., on or before the 25th
he deli- day of June, 1909.
)8, and I The right is reserved to reject any
ase taxes and all bids.
who have F. N. Martin,
rward at Chairman.
me, and J. M. Davis,
ad costs. Secretary.
ct these Newberry, S. C.,
June 4, 1909.
~ounty. BLUE RIDGE SCHEDULES.
LTION No. 18, leaves Anderson at 6.30 a.
in., for connection at Belton wit n
passenger Southern for Greenville.
L M. INo. 12, from Walhalla. leaves~ Ar
. derson at 10.15 a. mn., for connection
at Belton with Southern Railway for
-.7jx. p. in., for connections at Belton with
4p.m. ISouthern Railway for Greenville.
2.43 p.m. No. 8, daily except Sunday, from
.4 p.m Walhalla arrives Anderson 6.24 p.
in., with connections at Seneca wita
S. Southern Railw?y from points south.
B.47 a. No. 10, from Walhalla, leaves An- points south.
32.5 p derson at 4.57 p. mn., for connections Nos. 17, 18, li
7.~at Belton with Southern Railway for tra'ns between A
Greenville and' Columbia. Nos. 7 and 8
Tjf~~~ a'Westbound. trains, carrying
No. 17, arrives at Anderson at 7.50) Anderson and 1M
dti de- a. mn., from Belton with connections' Walhalla am' Ai
ther tde from Greenville.
and theNo. 9, arrives at Anderson at 12.24 CHAYLESTON
ige with-~ p. in., from Belton with connections O
from Greenville and Columbia. Goes
Lsonl, to Walhalla. -
No. 19, arrives at Anderson at 3.40 i chedle in ed
p. mn., from Belton with connections
HOOL from Greenville.
No. 11, arrives at Anderson at Lv. Newberry(C
d for an 6.29 p. m., from Belton with con- 'Ar. Laurens
>rofnections from Greenville and Col - Lv. Laurens (C
ool Dis- bia. Goes to Walhalla. Ar. Greenville
run for- No. 7, daily except Sunday, leaves ILv. Laurens
:t not to Anderson at 9.20 a. mn., for Walhalla, Ar. Spartanburg
-n t b ---h conetin a.Snec for local Lv. Spartanburg
1DOUD S June 24to JuI24
TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
n in order to interest the people of
mntile event that has been inaugu
will blaze a trail through the targled
-,se the size of the American dollar
e - ervices of Brennecke & Company
Company's Manager, L A. Bren
f the sale and will see to it that everv
satisfied. The free day is not the
/e reduced the price of every article
:ent. by. buying at this store. Re
5faction or your money back. Let
- -IS -
DIT CANNING TIME!
ND WE HAVE ALARGE STOCK OF
WAX STRING CANS
EXTRA JAR TOPS
BEND US YOUR ORDERS,
LMMER BROS. CO.
Uulholesale and Retail
Ar. Hendersonville 7:45 p.m.
. and 20 are mixed Ar. Asheville 8:50 p.m.
~nderson aind Belton. Lv. Laurens (C & W C) 2:32 p.m.
are local freight Ar. Greenwoo,d 3:32 p.m.
passengers, between Ar. McCormick 4:33 p.m.
ahalla and between Ar. Augusta 6:15 p.m.
idersor: Tri-Weekly Partar Car line be
-- - t;ween Augusta and Asheville. Trains
b WESTERN CAR- Nos. 1 and 2, leave Augusta Tuesdays,
RA RY Thursdays and Saturdays, leave
Asheville .Mondays, Wednesdays and
~ect May 31L 1908- Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as well as connections with
N & ) 1:56 .m.other comnpanies, are given as info-r
N& )12:56 p.m1. mation, and are not guaranteed. ~'
k W C) 2:35 p.m.|j Ernest Williams,
4:00 p.m. j Gen. Pass. Agt.,
2:32 p.m. Augusta, Ga.
4:05 p.m. Geo. T. Bryan,
(So Ry. 5: p. - rm. thenvinle. S. C..