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The Red Da:
cast their lurid g]
our shelves. So
the sales force to
who could not ge
doors there still i
while the Red D
again in all the fu
The Ladies' Rea
Ladies' All-Wool Panama
liantine Skirts, sold for 83.
Ladies' very fine Tailor-mac
elegantly trimmed in all
styles and fabrics, sold fo:
$6, for. ........ ......
Ladies' new style Fall Suits
$12.oo and $15.00, for.,.
Ladies' $i8 oo Tailor-made
all-wool fabrics, all colors,
One lot of Ladies' Eton Sui
wool material, worth Sio
go in this sale at........
250 Ladies' $25.00, $22.50 a
man-tailored Suits, in ne
styles, in very best materi
150 Ladies' Pure Silk Cr
sold from $25.oo down to
go in this sale at........
Ladies' Cloaks, colors tan,
gray, sold for $8.50, at..
Ladies' Cloaks, sold for $io,
English Broadcloth in all co:
at $1.50, for.........
All-wool Cashmere, all colo:
Mohairs and Panamas, sold
be sold for...........
Poplin, sold at 25 cents, to
sale for...... ....-..--.
Yard wide Bleached Domes
at 12c., for..........
2 Boxes Uineedla Bisci
On Wednesday, Octc
commencing at 12 o'cl
as long as they last we
the best Uneeda Biscui
by the National Biscuit 4
packages for 5c. No c
HAVE THE RIGHT CI
Look For The R(
Watch for the st
the Big Red Sign wi
"Forced to Sell Out
Beware of Imit
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* SCINTILLATIONS. *
* By Squibs.*
* * * * * * *****
"The Man On the Box" tonight,
Tuesday. See him?
Next Friday night, "The Sins of the
The Manhattan Opera company will
be here next Saturday night.
While other cities are bragging
about turning down carnivals this
paper rises to remark that Acting
Mayor Baxter refused the applica
tions last week of two carnivals and
three ten cent shows to come to New
Take "The Man On the Box" in to
Hear the lecture by Dr. J. Henry
Harms Thursday night. at Holland
Hall. The "Passion Play" at Ober
Amrergau is a fine production and
w'ill be ably handled. A treat is in
store for those who go.J
s of The American Cash Pi
.ow over all the town and ci
eager to buy have been tho;
wrap it up and shoved thei
t waited on at all. To thos(
-emains an unbroken stock i
tys are on. They will do f<
iture of Newberry.
dy- Feather Bed Ticking, s
to go at............
Dep. Mattress Ticking, sold
and Bril- Outing Flannel and Fla:
at $1.48 for 15c., for.........
le Skirts, White India Linen, sold
the new be sold at...........
r $5 and White and red all-wool:
. .82.76 for 35c., to go at....
sold for Chambray, all colors, so
....$6.66 to go at............
for SS.SS Silks.
t in all- 250 vds. fancy Shirt WC
o$5 to - to $I-50, for..... ....
-$ 98 300 Vds. Silk, 50c. to $1
d $20 00 this sale at ... ......
al, will be Valley Falls Silks, all co
a, 96 $i.oo, for...........
Yard wide guar'anteed
ivenettes, sold at $i.oo, for......
....$9.98 Our M en's an
black and B
at $4.47 Men's $6 to $io Suits at.
Men's $25.00 Suits, mad
Bros., all wool materi
ors, sold Boys' Suits, 3 to 16 yea:
...67c. to $5, for.... .... .
rs, sold at Boys' Suits from $5.oo t
...23c. in this sale at.... ...
it 75c., to 300 Men's Suits, sold fro
-. 41c. to go at..........
go in this 475 Suits, sold for $8, $:
...2y c. to go at.... ......
tics, sold Boy Knickerbocker Pa
.. 6%c. 75c., at....... ...
ts 5c. TillS SQUARE IS
ock and Cut out this squ
will sell bring it with you
t made will redeem it Ils
Co., at 2 for Five per een
:hilren. amount you purc
".* I. . BL
Satisfied customers are returning to
their homes daily from the American
Cash Pur.chasing company's where
the big sale is still in full operation.
For the week ending next Saturday,
night: "The MIan On the Box" Tues
day night, Dr. Harms' lecture Thurs
day night, "Sins of the Father" Friday
night, MIanhattan Opera company
A crowd is expected from Laurens
Friday night to take in "The Sins of
"THE SINS OF THE FATHER."
A Bomestic Drama by Thomas Dixon
That Goes to the Core of a Big
Recently the European playwrights,
and likewise the American ones. have
discovered that the biggest dramatic
subjects are in the home and within
the confines of the family circle. M1r.
Thomas Dixon acted on this idea
when he chose the subject of his new
play. "The Sins of the Father."' That
subject is the intermixture of races.
What legislatures may decree, ora
tors fulminate or newspapers praise
or ndemn, matters very little after
irchasing Co. glow brighti
>untry, and in their red r(
e who have seen what we
r money at us, and owing
we say "Come Back". I
n every department. We i
r you what nothing else
old for iSc., 150 Cravenettes, al
....... 9c. sold for $12.50, '
or 12%Y2 cents, Men's Hats, sold f<
....... 6y4c. Men's $2.50 and $:
anelette, sold Boys' and Men's C
. ....Y C. 35c., -at......
for 12c., to Men's Overcoats, s
.......6% c. go at.......
Flannel; sold M s Overcoats, s
Id for io cts., One)ot men's $1.o
- -.--: ....6c. Men's Underwear,
Silks. in this sale at...
ist Silk, Soc. Shoes and
.50; to go in One lot Ladies' and
......21c. for Sr.25 and$2.
lors, 50c. to 500 pairs Ladies' S:
. .. . . 17Yc. to $1-50, for....
. .ifet Silkc 500 pairs Ladies Fi
d 5oo pairs Men's Sh
and all sizes, sold
lothing. go in this sale at
e by Schloss Yankee
for..$11.74 Hooks and Eyes, P
s, sold for $3 PaePis. .
S$8-5o, to go Button Hole Threa
''''.$2.6 Belding Bros. Spoc
m$I2t$15, the spool, at...
... ...$3.48 CasSolCto
:o and $12-50, CasSolCto
.....$4.78 Ladies' Hair Pins,
nts, sold for Ladies' 25 and Soc.
-...46c. 25c. box Soap, 3 ca~
MONE. Report Any
are and Our friends a
and we confer a favor
I CASH will report to th
t of any any discourtesy
hase- on the part of a
a1y No Goocds E
all compared with what goes on in
the home. For the family is the real
bulwark of Anglo-Saxon purity, the
stroghold of Aryan civilization
against the encroachments of inferior
races. Mr. Dixon has placed the
scene of his story in such a home and
has shown the destructive influences
at work. Although in the narrower
sense "The Sins of the Father" is a
domestic drama, yet its signficance
s profound and nation-wide. It goes
to the very core of the racial ques
Lion. It proves that what has been
reaped must be sown, that the reck
less folly of one age is the dire catas
:i ophe of the next. In presenting the
lay to Southern audiences, the auth
r describes it as "a clarion call to
:he South to be true to her best tra
itions and save American civiliza
ion." This most extraordinary of
r. Dixon's dramas. "'The Sins of
he Father." with its laughter and its
ears, its rippling comedy and its tre
'endous grasp of the great emno
ions, will ba given by a company of
iaster players under Manager Geo.I
. Brennan's direction at the opera
ouse Friday. October 28.
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.r and brighter as the time
flection may be read the s
are doing, they have grab]
to the lack of help to be o1
'hough thousands of dollars
mplore you in the name oj
will: give you the necessiti
I sizes and colors, Ladies' Ribbec
Lt...........$5.97 to go at....
)r $i.oo at.. .48c. Ladies' Ribbed
.oo Hats, at. .98c. 5oc., to go 0
ips, sold for 5o and 5o dozen Infan
..........17c. for 15c., at.
old for S7.50, to Ladies' SI.5o a
...........$333 to go at....
>d for $12 to $15, Ladies' Cashmi
.........-- $5.89 to go at....
o Shirts...... 29c.
sold at Soc., to go Hosiery,
Ladies' 15 an,
Misses' Shoes, sold Hose.......
Men's and Ladi
Do, for .......49c. sold at i
,loe, sod fr $1 00 sold at 15c.,
10es, sold for $1.o Men's and Lad
ne Shoes, sold for
&0.. - -4 - -. ---. --3
>es, in all leathers,
for $4 and $5, to
........... $2.46 Bleached Tabl
White Table L
er card........2C- to go in this
............ c Cotton Towels
............2c- Bleached Bath
d., per spool.. .. ic- Ready-made I
I Silk, so yards to 18c., at each
-.-.- ..-.- . - - ---3c- Henmstitched P'
............4c. for 25c., at.
per paper... ..c. Ready-made Sl
Belts, at....9c- 75c., at...
Ces to the box, 1oc. Table Linen, s
nd patrons will lent progra
.ipon us if they for this occa
e management make you a
.and to enj
or irregularity minute that
ur sales force. most for the
sent Ou..t On- Aip
To Identify Cigars.
The school committee was in exe
cutive session, says the Boston Rec
ord. There were many problems for
sober consideration as the solons of
the schools gathered in tho.ughtful
consideration, says an official con
nected with headquarters on Mason
street Schoolhouse Custodian Mul
vey, who does not use tobacco in any
form, entered with a handful of ci
gars and distributed them as gifts to
fcur of the five members present.
"Thank you," was the response
from each as a neat bundle of the
weed was passed to him. Soon match
es were applied and smoke and a
mysteriously suspicious odor floatted
in the air.
A minute or two elpased. The chair
man had removed his cigar from his
mouth and was looking at it long and
Joseph Lee who does not smoke, sat
silently, gazing into space, wondering
how men can.
Dr. Scannell was puffing and frown
George Brock was the fis to break:
the silence, holding his cigar at a se-,
ure distance from his nostrils: "I
wonder what kind of cigar this is?"1
draws near for our ForcE
tory of the last days of th
bed our goods from our co
btained in Newberry ther<
worth of goods have beer
F everything that spells ec
es of life at such prices as
Vests, sold for 35c., Napkins
............ .. ISc. go at,
Vests, sold for 75 and
Lt................ 36c. Blan]
ts' Ribbed Vests, sold 200 CoM:
...............4Yc. Large BI
nd Si.oo Kid Gloves, go at.
...............7c. Pure Wo
re 5o and 35c. Gloves, to go a
andkerchiefs 15o Lace
I 20C. seamless black 50C pair.
................ 6c. knd, y
es' black and tan Hose, for v
ies' white Hemstitched Jean.
fs, 5 and ioc,, for..- c.
ind Napkins. All-wool
Linen, sold for 5oc.,
........... ... 23c.
,inen, sold at 79 cents, '
sale at.........39.. ;go at.
for..........30. $1.25 Un
Towels for......8% c. to go a
>illow Cases, sold for
illow Cases, 42x26, sold When y
...........,... 12% c. you do
.eets, 72x90, sold for Table,
old for $1.25, at .. 79c. sign os
et Music. Rairo
provided an excel
m of sweet music Railr<
tson. We want to not exc
s happy as possible ref unde
oy yourself every
you are getting the orve
least. ceipt fr
igCo Look F
the Big ]
It was J. P. Magenis, who responded
as he quizzically surveyed the roll of
tobacco between his fingers. "That,'
said he, "is a Manila cigar."
"How can you tell?" asked the
"Readily," replied Magenis. "I rec
ognize it by the taste of the rope."
Supply and Demand.
Mother-Why should we make
Willie a doctor when there are so
many doctors every year?
Father-But think of all the new
Classies and Clothes.
"I suppose you would like to have
a customer with a figure like the
"No," answered the tailor. "Hand
smne men aren't always the best pay.
I'd rather have one with a figure like
TO DR.AW JTURT.
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned .Tu ry Commissioners for
Newberry County. S. C., will at 9
'clock a. nm., November 5, 1910, at the
publicly draw the names of 36 men
who shall serve as Petit Jurors for
d Change. They
e stock now upon
unters, plead with
) have been many
icarried out of our
onomy to visit us
you will never see
sold at $i.oo per dozen, to
inkets, sold at $1.50 pair, to
ol Blankets, $5 and $6 kind,
Curtains at, per pair... . 48c.
Curtains, at per pair.. -57C.
Late Curtains, odds and
2, 3, 4 and 5 pairs of a
,hich we are going to sell
on the dollar.
or Men's Pants.
d for 20C., at..........IIC.
Kersey, sold for 4oc., at 19c.
rellas, Ladies' and Gents, to
.............. ... .. 42c.
threllas, Ladies' and Gents',
u get in our store whatever
don't foverlook our Remnant
which will be placed in the
of the store with a large red
ad Fare Refuded.
>ad Fare for Round Trip,
eeding-25 miles, will be
~d all purchasers of $20
on presentation of re
om Local Agent.
or The Red Sign!I
t for the store with
led Sign which says
to Sell Out".
re of Imitators.
convene at Newberry Courthouse, S.
office of the Clerk of Court, openly and
C., November 21, 1910.
Jno. L. Epps.
Eug. S. Werts.
Jno. C. Goggans.
JTury Commissioners for Newberry
County, South Carolina.
October 24, 1910.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of Lula B. Epting, deceased,
are hereby notified to present same
duly attested to me or my attorneys,
Messrs. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, on or
before the 25th day of November, 1910.
James F. Epting,
Administrator of the Personal Estate
of Lula B. Epting, deceased.
October 24, 1910. 10-25-4t-1taw.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of H. Archie Haltiwanger,
deceased, are hereby notified to pre
sent same duly attested to me or my
attorneys, Messrs. Hunt, Hunt & Hun-.
[ter, on or before the 25th day of No
Frances L. Haltiwanger.
Administratrix of the Personal Estate
of H. Archie Haltiwanger, deceased.
October 24, 1910. 10-25-4t-1taw.