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GETS GREAT PRAISE.
Prof. Hand Tells of the Public Spir
it of the People There in Build
ing Their School.
W. H. Hand, high school inspec
tor, says the State, paid a high trib
ute to the Little Mountain, school in
Newberry county. He said:
"Little Mountain in Newberry
county furnishes one of the most
remarkable examples of the value of
determination and cooperation in
school matters that I have ever seen.
That- little village has nearly com
-pleted a school building that would
be a credit to any town or city in
"The building has six class rooms
and am. auditorium. When completed
it will be worth $7,500, and will rep
resent a little more than one-tenth
of all the taxable property in the'
place. This building was awarded
the first prize by the School Improve
memt Association at the recent meet-!
img in Columbia.
"What this village has so willing
ly done for its school ought to put
some of the larger towns, and some
of the cites, to shame. The old build
ing which was torn down to make
room for the new one was by no
means first class, but it was as good
as some iT. places unconcerned about
"It might be well to add that Lit
tle Mountain did not build a new
school house by cutting down teach
ers' salaries; in fact, the salaries of
ithree of her four teachers were in
creased this year."
MR. LAW IS PROMOTED.
Former Spartanburg Banker is Now
At Head of Great InstitutiOn
Philadelphia, January 16.-Wil
liam Adger Law was elected presi
dent of the Merchants' Nitional
bank of this city by the directors.
Mr. Law eame to the bank as assist
Ant cashier some five or six years
ago from' Spartanburg, S. C., where
he was president of the Central Na
tional bank; was promoted to be
cashier and then to be vice presi
MNr. Law is the eldest son of the
Rev. Dr. Thomas A. Law and broth
er of John A. and Andrew Law, of
G~OV. AND MERS. ANSBL
TO D)flE WITH TAFT.
State's (Thief Executive Leaves Co
lumbia for National Capital to
AttendI Conference of
.Columbia, Jan. 16.-Gov. Ansel
will leave for the national capital to
morrow where h~e goes to attend the
conference of governors~ on Tuesday.
He will be accompanied by Mrs. An
sel. They have received an inavita
tion to dine at the White House with
President and Mrs. Taft' on Wednes
.In'dications are that the Laymen's
Missionary conferene, which meets
here tomorow is, going to be a great
suecess. The move is national in its
nature. Delegates will be here from
every section of South Carolinua.
There will be a number of distin
Large numbers- areatedn th
tubereulosis exhibit here. A State
wide campaign has been launched for
a fight against 'the great white
RIGGS SLATED POR PRESIDENT
Tzman Is Said to Be Supporting
Professor for the Place.
*Columbia, Jan. 16.-From good au
thority it is learned that the head of
Clemson is slated and will be Prof. 1
Riggs. It is said that he is Senator
Tillman's choie'e and. Mr. Tillman
will name him eventually, this in f
spite of the fact that it was under
s*od that being given the temporary
chairmanship his name would not
be considered for the presidency.
It is gathered from members of
the .board of trustees that many of
their body would welcome the inves
tigation proposed by Mr. Browning's
bill as clearing the atmosphere and
reestablishing the institution in the
confidence of the people from which
it seems to have departed lately.
The trustees have held conferences
onthe su,bject of favoring or oppos
ing this investigation td it agreed
that further opposition would eonl
vine the peo)ple t hat somet hig was
On the Doctors.
aumu in her last illness?
James-None. She died a natur'al
The greatest array ol
We have set out to d,
ebility to do it. This
we have ever offered
wvery freight and exi
to meet these prices.
Nee hae o winse uhalto
: heprc we naete(huletaa
tadeon entr cuntrs, her yo ca ge
111 e dvidd ino 1ts-10 cnts 12 ce
nts igge an beter han ll ast ale
nd thi sale
Chlre' Sits 4
All lacd ona bg cetercouner.No4
CORST COERS,mad ofgo4qai
>ecil at25 cnts
r thi sal 29 cets
Tw,oO yards idew ie ubeached G
Twoe avd e ur itnee sullbche so
Tw therce wie ame lie fhuld blahe awa
Two yarsoidee frey en fall oleahd
Renants on eteamans, 2whand yo cand gel
20colbeauvieitiflos- and hctes, 1 e
ndthi leta. 5cns Jnaysl rc
Sodozenlaredukroe's, Skrts, 2Wen
pec. a a~t 25 c ent n h c owl.w
'White Goods, Embroi<
D the biggest years busii
White Goods Sale briag
This big sale did rct
ress has brought us nei
Thousands of yards to select fr
ny printed statement of the magni
ou. You should prepare for futu
ATE THIS MIMNAUGI WHITE G(
2000 yards 40-4- Plain White L
3000 yards Plaid and Striped Ma
27 inch French Mercerized Waisti
25 pieces Fine Checked Nainsook
.100 La dit
ITo be Closed Out. The
that will set the whole tow
~ orth $20.00,
Take Your Choice
eatest Sale of EFthroideries
mbroidery. The lot is enormous, but Co
as rapidly as snow before the noon day.
thin' of. The entire ~howing will be Sata
at them and choose for; your self. They izcd PC
t,15 cents, 19 cents, '25 cents 37c., 49
~.People should come for miles to at-. Orns
ists and Drawers
at 10 cents and No 2 at 19 cents
ydomestic, trimmed with torchon lace,
cambric, trimmed with va1. lace, 29c. 154
u, trimmed with val lace, 49 cents.Ne
,flounces of fide cluster tucks and ex- dered (
49., 75c. and 98 cents. .lot are
lace trimmed, made of good ca'mbric, inthe
flounced, at each 49c. and 75 cents. -Januar
awn, flounces at 98 cents and $1.25.
Is and Table Linens -
lamask, 75c quality, 49 cents yard. Ne
:t damask, 9oc. quality, 69c. yard.
atn damask, $1 o0 quality, 75c. yard.
satan damask, $1.50 quality, 98c. yard. 05 p
ents value, at only the yard 39 cents, tie stri
ng at half price, the 50
ist all hemmed, not a towel in the lot your cl
s,sale price each 12% cenits
rth cents, sale price 10 cents.
leries, Lace and Muslin 1
7ess in our history. We
3 the grea.test collectioa C
qprig up as a magic, w
v goods during the past
Im. It's impossible to give you a c
ficent display of white goods bargai
re needs with a lavish hand. Y(
twn, the 1Oc. kind, at only the yari
dras, 20c. and 25c. values, at only
gs, 35c. values, January sale pric
worth. 12 1-2c. and 15c., sale pr
SutSale of the age. A Slaugbter
a wld.AUl Ladies Tailored Suits
25.0O, $27.50 and
of Any Suit in the Hou
50 a Suit
/ rEW The S
IOU Dress Goods INo such 4
Striped Poplirs; Mercer- of any-store
plins, all beautiful new col
in over 50 different, patterns 'irwers
t frm, January white sale
e yard-J L&
25 -Cents. Gow to a
styles, choice 4C
Spring Waists with Laun- 90ich Uion
ollars and Cuffs, some in the 72 inch Linen
made of pure linen, not one Pre Line nLL
lot worth less than $1.50, regular 75 cents
y white sale price
98 Cents Tremndou
ec's Ginghams in pretty lit- During this bi
pes and checks. We place jour regular prie
pieces on sale at one price
aoice the yard
9 Cents lolresz
ET ME ATI
he 19th Ocock!
underwear ever shown in S. C
have the equipment energy and
f CASH purchased merchnadise
e knew it months ago. Nearly
week. We challange the world
Iear idea through
as that wii greet
)U CAN'T DUPI
ce - - 9c
f Prices 0*&'
dle of~ Muslin Underwea4?
~rand Collection of Womnen's and Cide.t
wear has ever been placed on a retail cuae
Corset Covers, Unerskirts and Gowns
Night Gowns Ladiesl ight Gown
ade of Good Cambrie, made in different styles, only osne Nigt~
iyer, at each 29 cents.
eck and long sleeves, made of godheavy domestic, in half dozeiz~
cents, 75 cents, 98 cents and $i 25.
Unmatchable linen Bargains.
Linen Sheeting at only 49 cents yard. This Sheeting, .since our ~J
d a big advance It's worth every cent of 75 cents a yard.
Sheeting, limited only 5 yards to each buyer, the yard 39 cents.
Lwn, 36 inches wide, fine and sheer, worth 39c, to goat 25c. yard. -~'
ien Ldwn, 36 inches wide, for Waists, Suitsi and Children's Dresses, ~
quality, sale price 39 cents yard.
Sale of Linen Torchons.
t pure Linen Torchon Laces, various widths for various uses,
sertings worth ro and 12c. sale price per yard 5 cents.
Carolina 10%4 Wool Blankets worth $5.oo, sale prnce $3.9 pair.
white 11x% Co,tton Blankets worth $2 0o, sale price $1249 pair.
Cotton Sheets and Pillow Cases.
gsale Sheets and Pjllow Cases are marked generous reduction
swhich are at all times the lowest in the Carolinas. .
Sale of Bed Spreads.
3ed Spreads, $r.5o kind, at 98c. each.
Bed Spreads, $x.98 kind, at $1.49 each. *
ed Spreads, $2.50 and $30oo kind, at $1.98 each.,