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T H NI 1E 'ME itkA (:YS IE~IN
One Hundred and Second Anniver.
saryof Jefferson Davis' Birthday
Observed in Newberry.
The one hundred and second anni
versary of the birhtday of Jeffersor
Davis, first and only president of thE
Southern Confederacy, was appro
priately observed in Newberry or
Friday, the exercises being held ir
the opera house undr the auspices of
the Drayton Rutherford chapter, No.
152, United Daughters of the Confed
Col. 0. L. Schumpert, adjutant of
the James D. Nance camp, No. 336
United Confederate Veterans, presid
The exercises were opened witt
prayer by the Rev. Edw. Fulenwider
pastor of the Lutheran Church of the
Redeemer, and the 23rd Psalm was
read by President J. Henry Harms, o:
Newberry college. Dr. A. J. Bowers
of the faculty of. Newberry college
read the beautiful editorial writtn by
Mr. A. B. Williams, then of th(
Greenville News. and now of Virginia
on/the occasion of the passing of the
rmains of Jefferson Davis througl
Two battle flags. presented by the
ladies of Newberry to the Williams
Guards when they went forth to bat
tle for Southern rights and for home,
and which were brought back in de
feat but without a stain, and with the
scars which showed that they had
been carriad where none but heroeE
dared to go, were turned over to the
Drayton Rutherford chapter, and
were received by the president of the
chapter, Mrs. James A. Burton. ThesE
flags were in the possession of Mr. L.
M. Speers at the time- of his death,
having been placed in his custody aE
the surviver of the company highesi
in rank at that time. They were plac
ed in charge of the Daughters of th(
Confederacy today by Mrs. Speers
and the Daughters of the Confederac3
will place them in the Confederat(
relic room in the State capitol in Co
Crosses of honor were conferrec
upon the following: J. C. Counts, H
J. Fulmer, J. E. Haltiwanger, Davi
Luther Koon, James McIntosh (dupli
cate), L. N. Wesson, those abovi
named being veterans, and, unde:
ection 2, of Rule 1, upon Lucy Bax
r Hunt, descendant of J. M. Baxter
eased, and upon .Harry W. Dom
k, descendant of J. L. Dominick
eased, according to righti grantet
older descendants of J. L. Domin
he exercises were closed with th4
enediction by the Rev. Geo. A
right, pastor of the First Baptis1
Appropriate music for the occasior
was furnished by a select choir.
"Poor Old Laurens."
For the fourth time in as man;
games, the Watts' mill team, of Laur
ens, s;ent down in defeat before th<
strong West End aggregation on Sat
urday afternoon on the latter'
grod~nds, the score being 7 to 6
Th'' gs looked gloomy for the New
ukerfians for the first four innings
du, to a multitude of errors, but wit)
a core of 6 to 2 against themn in'th<
ourth, they got together and woun<
up the contest in their favor. New
berry was "batting some" when th<
winning run was made, and with no
body out and everybody getting a hit
there is no telling hom many run:
would have been scored had the en
tire ninth been played.
Ragged fielding on the part of Wes
End during the first part of the gam<
was responsible for the big lead fo:
Laurens, but the locals came dow:
out of the air in the fifth, and havini
settled, the vistors never even got
peep-in at the finish.
Mills, who twirled for Laurens, wa:
hit hard, especially in the eighth an<
ninth innings, while Eidson, th<
young college pitcher, yielded on?l:
four hits and struck out nine of thi
The game Saturday was the last i.
the series between these teams, an<
having clearly shown its superiorit:
-over the bunch hailing from th
neighborhood of Jacks townsh4
West End will now be looking fo
more worlds to conquer. Games wil
be arranged with Pelzer and othe
mill teams in the State, and with t.h
-Mechanics, of Columbia, so the loca
.-fans will be assured of some good ba]
during thie summer months.
Mark of Distinction.
"How do you distinguish the wail
ers from the guests in this cafe? Botl
wear full dress."
"Yes, but the waiters keep sober.
STOCK HOLDERS M~EETING.
The annual meeting of the stoclk
holders of the Prosperity Cotton O0
Mill company will be held in th
town hall at Prosperity, S. C., Wed
nesday, the 15th day of June, 1910, a
11 o'clock a. in., for the election c
directors and other business.
J. S. Wheeler,
We know the f
amounts to nothing
It's your duty when
500 Ladies Trimme
Go On Sale TI
Most beautiful hats ever,,
PRICES. Large, medium;
an array of styles and mo
end. Hats that's simply be
Mimnaugh can produce at 1
$1.49, $1.98, $2.49
You are cordially invite4
seen befor. Viiurso
1seen whtbefave ist too
-cheap we offer it.
alues I uC
E NO EQUAL FO
llowing are unmatchable values, bu
. We have set the table in a lavish
you spend your dollars to see that th<
vTO AY'S LIST AND
d Pattern Hats
sold at SUCH LOW
nd small shapes in
dels almost without
autiful, such as only
,$3, $4 & $5
l -to attend this big
,BIG WHITE GOODS C(
Hunt the Big Bargain White Goods Counter. N(
price elsewhere. Madras 36 inch wide, Checked Na
Waistings, Figured Pique, etc. Goods worth 12k,
all piled on a big bargain table, your choice the yar<
81 AND 10 CENTS VAL LACE A
Thousands and thousands of yards of Val Lac
price all over town 84 cents and 10 cents, all piled <
your choice the yard .- - - - - -
BRING YOUR DOLLARS HEE T
12 yards Androscoggan Bleaching for only -
-16 yards Good Bleaching (without dressing) for only
20 yards Standard Calico (none to dealers) for only
30 yards 40 inch Plain White India Linen for only
16 yards John P. King's Celebrated Sea Island for o
1 5c. AND 20c. COLORED LAW]
First table as you enter the door. Thousands of y
Lawns, worth 15 to 25 cents, clean up price the yar
GAUSE VESTS AT 61-4 CEl
Full bleached tape neck and armholes, a big 10
(limited) four vests to each buyer, each at only -
Not a sticker in
g of bargains in
you have never
offer and how
~AINS ARE OUR BEST TR
The Underselling Store.
L THE PRICE
t unless we can convince you it all
way and have left nothing undone.
y find their greatest worth.
COME EVERY DAY
No Bargain Too Good
For the loyal hearted people who have so no
bly contributed to the phenominal success of
this gigantic business.
10 dozen Ladies Wash Linen Skirts, other
stores price $1.50, here only 98 cents.
200 Fine Black Parasols, new style handles,
$1.50 value, sale price 98 cents.
100 Fine Black Parasols, new style handles,
$2.00 value, sale price $1.39.
60 doz. Ladies' Black Stockings, double heel
and toe, 15c. seller, at only 10 cents.
60 doz. Misses Ribbed Stockings, sizes 8 to
9 1-2, worth 15c., sale price 10 cents.
use paying regular
sook, Dainty White
5 and 20c./
LT 5 CENTS. 'kv
i and Insertion, the j : ~ \f
n a big table,
. - - $1.00
- - $1.00
- - $1.00
. .. - $1.00
1y - - $1.00 -
ards of Colored
ents seller, 6c
Ankle Strap Sandels and Oxfords
Here is the way I'm going to sell 'em.
All $3.00 and $3 50 Ankle Strap Slippers and Ox
fords, patent and vici, sale price only $2.50.
All $2.50 and $2.'75 Ankle Strap Slippers and Ox
~fords, patent and vici, sale price only $1.98.
All $2 00 Ankle Strap Slippers and Oxfords to go
at only $1.49.
ADE WINNERS. COME
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