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Ten Beautiful Pre
he first io persons who come t,
ay, July 16, at 9.30 A. M., wl
be thrown open for the Big Sa:
ance to participate in 10 Beaut
given away FREE by Euge
e manager. Remember you <
ke any purchases, and no condi1
this distribution. Simply come
ndsome decorated store filled w
ning morning at 9.30.
he Mlost Attractive
Prices will make the great barga
ou've participated in all kinds
sitively you will never find such
at this Great Declaration Sale of
11 outclass in every way all sales
ple of South Carolina ever saw.
1 with you for comparison. One
5c. quality Men's Handkerchiefs.
Declaration price 3c.
15C. quality Men's Suspenders.
Declaration price 8c.
25C. quality at 21c.
Soc. quality at 42c.
ioc. quality Men's Handker:
defs, plain white, hemstitched.
Declaration price 7c.
Soc. quality Men's Neg'igee
iirts. Declaration price 39c.
75c. quality Men's Negligee
irts with collars attached, fine
Declaration price 52c.
WA NT ED!
15 Extra Sales People
pply to Eugene Hammel.
LA.N~D OF OPPORTUNITY.
-tcle in the Southern Field Praises
Dixie.-'"Go South, Young
"The Developing South,'' is the ti
- of an intersting -and v-aluable story
om the land and industrial depart
mt of the Southern railway, print
in the Southern Field for 'this
"The South is growing, and grow
grapidly'' this story says. "It is
bilding along many lines and is de
eloping consistently in many diree
rins. It is not only a great agricull
ual section and produces a larger
~mber of erops than any other see
n of country. but it has a variety
resources whieh'are being utilized
~the buildji of manufacturing in
rests which are commanding the
idest rt.td'n. Generally, the Sout.h
[sthe more widely known for its enor
os production of cotton. Not only
it the great cotton growing country,
ut it is a leading manufacturing see
and in its enormous factories and
is converts the staple into the
avg fabrics and the numerous forms
chi are demanded by tihe markets
the entire world. The textile in
tries make up the South 's lead
line of mnanufactuire. one( inl which
Th n ustry i3 building con
T E D
ien our doors
e, will have Declarlop
on't need to
and see our
Feature. To the
as moe fast. Gents' Furni
of sales, but Cash is what
opportunities making sale.
Fers you. It will be throw
that the good gains that ar
price to all. A MERCAN.
$1.oo quality Men's Negligee
Shirts with collars and cuffs attached
or detached. Declaration price 84c.
$1.50 quality, Cluett's, at $1 27
15c. quality Men's Handkerch'fs,
white and hemstitched.
Declaration price 1oc.
25c. quality at 19c.
75c quality Men's Night Shirts,
latest makes. Declaration price 54c.
85c. and 75^ quality large Um
brellas. Declaration price 59c.
$2.oo and $2.50 quality Men's
Felt Hats, all styles.
Declaration price SI. 19
51.25 qnality Miss.es Slippers or
Shoes. Declaration price 89c.
stantly, and to the many enormous
Iplants t,here atre steadily being added
Imills of large capgecity and muclh cap
ital which give the South greater
prominence in this important line of
business. About 10,500,000 spindles
are now installed in the Southern
plants, against barely 670,000 in 1880,
a gain in less than thirty-years of'a.l
mst fifteen hundred per cent. As il
lustrating the extent to which cotton
milling has developed in the South,
particularly in r.be territory of the
Southern railway; it is only necessary.
to repeat the statemnk1t of the Amer
ean Textile Manufacturer that 'if
all the cotton mills between and in
eludi ng Charlotte. N. C'.. and Gren
ville. S. C.. were strung~ out in a line.
there would be a mill to every mile of
track between the towns. This would
mean that, including the mill villages
the Southern would .run through a sol
id, compact line of cotton mills from
Charlotte to Greenville-a street of
otton factories one hundred and sev
en miles long.'
"With the textile plants have come
many other lines of manufacture. Ex
tensve iron and coal depiosits have
created an industr.\ which has huge
furaeces mnakin pi i ron. anid laPrQe
n lants which roll it into rail.. k
Low Prices on I
MONEY is w
0 MUCH M
P This GREA
Public for the purf
k of Seasonable Merchandi
shings, Hats and Valises, ar
ve want and must have.
Profit has been cut off en
n wide open next Friday.
ILE EVENT THAT STRII
$1.75 quality Boys' Shoes or Ox
fords. Declaration price $1.48
$2.25 quality at $1.98
$3.0o quality Valise.
Declaration price $2.19
$4.50 quality at $3 58
$5.oo quality (leather) at 54.29
$6.oo quality (leather) at $4.98
- Don't miss this opportunity. You
an purchase a first zlass Panama
Hat now at half the F rice during
WVe have on hand a full line of
Misses and Children's Slippers and
Shoes. As we are overstocked we
put the knife in them and cut the
prices very deep in order to move
them very fa,ct d'uring this sale
ig timb>er form the base of a wood
working trade whieb employs thous
nds of men and millions of capital.
Some .of .the great furniture centres
f the country are those in the South,
hich have been built within the last
wenty. years, and have grown so rap
ly and substantially that t'heir fame.
s known wherever houseihold goods
are sold or mankind demands some of,
the conveniences of living. G'reat
edges of marble, limestone, and other
valuable building materials, an in
finite variety of kaolins, elays. and
any other minerals of commercial
mportance, together with other e
ources otf much value. includmng w'at
r po.wers of' which the futur e rom
nerial wvorth cannot be estimnated,I
re also leading factiirs in an indus
trial development which i's build-ing
age cities anid splendid towns.
"With all its other resources. the
South has large aereages of cheap
lands. which are known to a greater
xtent than ever before and are bring
ing new residents from all sections.
hese lands combine many varieties
o soil and are adapted to the grow
ngi of the widest range of erops5 and
Ihe ext ensionl of the stock and dairy
me rest -. Ini truck andi fruit grow
uV2 t here have been etens~iv~e dIvelOl)
1ai.Q~ ~Thee areV lver poiable lines
,f a1rienhnrefl and1( frV(gnently retunrn
SJuIu 27th, t
ve-rY Article in It
hat we want,
.T DECLARATION SALE
ose of reaiizing Cash out o
e, consisting of Ladies' and
.d evryt*ing that a gent
Wc do not iztcnd this
tirely and the Flood Gates
Below are only a few of ti
KES TERROR TO ALL CO]
35c. quality Children's Slippers
or Shoes. Declaration price .21C.
Soc. quality at *36c.
1,5 and 20C quality Men's Half
Hose in all latest shades.
Declaration price 11ic.
Lot 1-175 pairs of Ladies' Shoes
left, in patent leather, vici, in but; on
or Blucher. new- heels and toes,
former price from $3.00 to $3.50.
.Declaration price $1.93
Lrt 2-1 25'pairs of Ladies' Slip
pers left, all kinds, former price
from $1.oo to $2.oo.
Declaration price 39c.
,, SA LI MAN/
Tie peach industry is a very large
one, and there are also great aereages
in apples and in othet- fruits. New
trucking districts are being continual
ly opened. Almost every variety of
vegetable is produced and the pro
duct is shipped to all parts of the
country. There is increasing interest
in many branches of the fruit and
"'There are the .greatest of oppor
tunities in the South andl it is diffi
ult to. estimate th-e increases whichi
the growth of the fufure will show,
but they will be much larger thani
those which are associated with~ the.
remarkable progress which has been
made in thle past thre ie decades. There
is no bt ter or widler tield for the
young man eager to convert enterpris
es and active, intelligent effort into
he substantial things only recognized
as having tangibie value, while to the
caialist anid investor the South is
prolitie in its offerings whic.h turn
to greater wealth.''
"Wu n't yustep up an' jine us in
a inlass 0' ginger pop. Si?" said Bill
Grager, generously. to old Si Hay
5s'ed at the (Crossroads store. "I just
*ol - six-weeks- old calft for $9. an'
d n i mid beingi a liltle recekless.
For the S1
El No Good
is gotten up T
part of our his Gr
Men's Shoes, is established
leman needs. all over Ame
is a money- the intelligen
[f low prices in every comi
Ae many bar- Al1Goods ma:
$2.oo quality Men's Shoes in
Gun Metal Blucher.
Declaration price $1.63
$2.50 quality at $1.98
$1 50 qu ality Ladies' Oxfords,
new goods. Declaration price $1.32
I$2.00 quality at $1.64
$3.oo qualty Ladies' fine Shoes
or Oxfords, the best make E. P.
Reed's latest styles.
Declaration price $2.57
$4.0o quality at $3 48
said Si, "but the fact is. ginger pop.
ruther goes to my h:ead, an' I better
let it -alone.''
" That's so ? Well, what do you1
say to a glass o' sody?~ Like to have'
you join me in something."
"Well, Bill, sody sort o' stings my
throat an' makes me sneeze. But if
you' re bound to stand treat you might
git giner pop fer the .other boys an',
if it 's all the same to you, I'll take
fi ' cents wuth o' tenpenny nails. I
come in to grit a few for a fence I got
to fix, an' it' you'd as soon I took the
nails as a drink. I'm agreeable."
"All right, all right, sir.. Anything
t(keep the baby quiet. as the sayin'
is. Here. Mr. Storekeeper, you do Si
up~ fi' cents' wuth o' nails an ' take
i out of this ouarter."'
A Lost Opp'ortunity. I
S mall boys are not always as sym
pathetic as their relatives wish, but
on the other hand, they are seldom
as heartless as they sometimes ap-m
"Why are you crying so, Tommy'?"
inquired one of t-he boy 'saunts, who 1
found her small nepthew seated on
the doorsteps, lifting up his voice in
"The h-baby; fell 4-down-stairs!"'
"Oh. thIat's toe. b)d.' 5:aid the
aut. stepi ing over hi n and open in1l
:30 A. M.
10 Dous OnIu
ecial Half Hour Sales Daily,
to 12.00 X. ad 4.30 to 5.00 P. X.
t Money Saving Sale Ever
Held in Newberry.
s Charged During this Sale.
eat Declaration Sale
with the most progressive stores
-ica. It derives its patronage from
:, efficient and self-reliant people
-ked in plain figures with blue pencil
Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
$3.oo quality Men's Shoes or
Oxfords, latest make.
Declaration price $2-57~
$4.00 quality Men's Shoes or
Oxfords, you know the Walk Over
make. Declaration price $3 49
$5 oo quality at $4.29
$6.oo quality Men's Oxfords or
Shoes, the Boyden make, in the
latest. D'eelaration price $5- Io
Soc. quality Men's Elastic Seam
Drawers, best'brand, royal, genuine
Pepperell. Declar ation pride 39c.
Blue Declaration Sale..
Banner in Front of Store.
wasn't hurt much!''"
"S-she's only 'hurt a little!'' wail
ed Tommy! "Burt Dorothy s,saw
her fall, ihile I 'd gone to the g-gro
eerv! I never se-see anything!''
A man seldom realizes the true
value of money until lie has had to
hand 'his hard-earned salary over to
NOTICE TO SEWER CONTRAC
Se'aled proposals will be received
by the undersigned at Newberry, S.
U'.. until Tuesday. August 10th, at 12
,'lock nloon, for the extension of the
water and sewerage system in the dity
rf Newberry. Plans and specifica
:ions will be ready by July 24th, and
nay be seen at the office of the board
>f publie works, Ne wberry, S. C., or
nay be obtained from the consulting
mgineers at Columbia, S. C., on de
osit of $25.00, as a guarantee that
hey will be promptly returned. The
-ight is reserved to reject any or all
' M. L. Spearman,
W. F. Ewart,
C'has. TE. Sumer.
Commissioners.. of Public Works.
Newberrv. S. C.
Yilson. Somp)ayrae & UTrquhart.