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the figures for Nov<
The buying of our Ready-to-W
stand sponsor, is guided by traine
markets of the world are at our
stant arrival of new Coat Suits and
Ready-to-Wear department fresh
ways something you havn't seej
alterations. We guarantee a perfe
Never Saw Such .Sweater Bargains.
You need them, of course, and you
can find the good kind right here
Join us here in this feast of economy.
When you come shopping t his week.
Single or double breasted Sweaters
$1.98, $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00.
N Such a Bona
REPUBLICANS DXCLLARE of the "Wallace house.
THE NEGROES UNFIT Expec National 11
The organization of
(Continued from page six.) complete. All matters w
with regularity and t
firms its loyalty to the principles of most interested in the
the Republican party as adopted at its lieve the "new" party
last national convention in the city of good showing in 1912 'w
Chicago in June. istration; that is to say,
The committees are as follows: nized.
Credentials-L. W. C. Blalock, Lau- The position as to the
rens county; A. G. Varnes, Orange- out to the effect that the
b,urg; John Hart, Spartanburg; L. J. in this particular is r
Tucker, Marion; Jno. Cantey, Ker- that the Southern whii
- haw; Jos Corbet, Bamberg. ngosbs reda
Resolutions and Organizations-L. negtr; bet fren nr
D. Melton, Richland county; J..in bethe ptia thenegr
Shell, Laurens; C. W. Nobles. Orange- The members are ca
bunrg; R. A. Hannon, Spartanburg; E. home and organize in tU
Bl. Waggoman, Sumter; 0. E. Hutchi- that in 1912 Congresior
son, Richland; V. P. Clayton, Fair- might be put out. Fromn
field. Jpublicans who visited
Committee on Platform-Geo. F. 'day think, this State will
F. Fox, Sumter county; W. H. Cox,, party State and the 014
Oconee; Chas. Dudley, Cherokee; F. C. idea will in a few year:
Cain, Calhoun; J. A. Bramlett, Green- Lec
ville; M. M. Scott, Fairfield; I. H.
Norris, York. Tolbert Writes to
Committee on Nomninations-Geo. R. Columbia, Oct. 27.--T
Mayfield. Greenville county; Jas. F. J etter was tonight addr
Jenkins, York; Emanuel Cochrel, Lex- Jose ph W. Tol bert. of G
ington; Jas. Boyd. Laurens; J. H. State chairman elected 1
Wiiams, Newberry; Jno. McCravey, lican convention held he
Richland; Chas. Dudley, Cherokee. Jber:
Busies MUen Present. "Columbia, Oct. 27.-s
There were present today at the G. Capers, Columbia, S.
convention a number of busines men, I wish to address you ti>
several travelling men and farmers close of your conventi
and not one office-holder was in the held, as taking p)lace, a
bunch, according to Capt. Capers. of the Republican conv
One of those who atteuded explain- was regularly called and
ed: "We have, many of us, for some tember 26th last.
time been Republicans in national af- "You ignore the fact
fairs at heart. We couldinot say so p)rominence as national c
because of the fact that many of us for South Carolina is due
did not want to attend the conventions tion at the hands of the
where there were negroes, as has which you now attempt t
been the case in the past. But now we existence.
reel that there is an air of respectabil-! "Do you any longer c
ity about the Republican party in the this position or to act fo:
State.'' Republican organization?~
C. E. Grey, of Westminster, one of j"I presume not. You.<
the Oconee delegates, comes from the yours elf up as the repres
only p)recinct in the State that Presi-- new movement-the "lily
dont Taft carried at the last e!ction. ment"'-and declare ityo
G. R. Mayfid, of Greenviile. was elim'inate the ne'gro from
one of the electors on the Taft ticket. of the party in this sectn
Dan H. Wallace, of Union, who is "You wish to eliminate
zeeretary-treasurer of the State comn- admit that he now, and he
rRitt?e. is the son of .Judge Wallace, during youir whola life a
a substantial gain ove
mber even higher.
just as satisfactory a.
spartmeRt An Extraordi
ear, for which we G On Sal
d intellects. The
;ervice. The con- Women's fine d
Cloaks keeps our of the season's st
half and more.
and new-with al- greatest sale of f
i. No charges for in the town. $
et fit. $7.50 and up to
Visit the Second Floor.
Thousands of dollars of men's,
boys' and children's Clothing-Pants,
Overcoats, Hats, Underwear, Blankets,
Jeans, Canton Flannel, Drills, Shirt
Fide Event in E
IRepublcan party. Your course is a
ecognition. matter of concern to Republicans loy
the party was al to the success of our party.
ere carried out f"You came for the loaves and fishes
b.ose who are and when you nind your supply fail
movement be- you, it appears that your need impels
will have a you to invent some method of adver
ith 'the admin- tising yourself, even though it is at
will be recog- the expense of the party that you have
so fitfully served.
negro was set "I note with concern that this con
South's stand vention of yours you attempt to digni
iisunderstood; fy as being in answer to a call from
e man is the the people of South Carolina.
d knows him. "Do you dream that John G. Capers
has no place is the peopic?
"At your call you muster for the
utioned t'o go whole S'ate the pitiful numnber of
te counties, so twen.ty-five delegates. If others were
Lab candidates !present they were asharned of you, or
what the Re- for other reasons best known to
Columbia to- themselves, kept their names out of
become a two the papers.
i "one party" "Your convention was behind closeai
vanish, doors, which excluded all but those
n M. Green. Iholding a ticket signed 'John G. Cap
ers' and his was 'not transferable.'
Capers. I Your convention, too, was most
hefloigI notable for the absence of those Re
essed by Mr. publicans of standing in this State.
reenwood, the "Now. let me suggest that your for
)y the Repub- mal resignation as national commit
rinSpe-Iteeman is in order, and will save us
re i Sepem-the necessity of declaring the posi
~o Hon. John tion vacant and needlessly paining
DerSir: 1you. I am yours respectfully,
is just at the "Tsp .Tolbert."
on, this da.y
s you claim, j NEWS OF EXCELSIOR.
held on Sep- Mr. J. S. Watts Meets With Peculiar
A cciet--Church Notes-Person
that your al and Otherwise.I
to your elec- Excelsior, Oct. 31.-We had a cold
organization wave Saturday and Sunday. Plenty
o read out of jof ice and killing frost..
Excelsior school will reopen again<
laim to hold first Monday morning in November,
- the regular 7th.]
Some few of our people attended
>f course, set Rev. Mr. Anderson's meeting at .John
entative of a 'stone on Sunday. I
white move- A good many of our peonie will at
r purpose to tend the fair in Columbia this week. f
the counci13 Mr. .Jas. P. Cook and famIly have r
on. moved to Newherry.
and thereby Mr. W. D. Rikard, of Prosperity, t
ts heretofore showed us his combination clock a It
3 a Republij- few days ago which is a nice piece ofA
inacils of the work and shows the clock required ja
r October, 1909. It's
Stocks here are large
can be found in citi
nary Skirt Offer adi
500 Ladies Tri
e Tilis Week. Most beautiful h
ress skirts, the cream array of styles an
vles, and a saving of simply beautiful.
Without a doubt the .
ne skirts ever held I atn, felt and vel
3.98, $4.98, $6.50, and ribbons, such
F15.00. prices, $2.49, $2.
Boys' and Girls' Ribbed Hose.
We put on sale this week 120 dozen
Boys' and Misses' Ribbed Hose, a 15c.
Stocking, at 10c.
Sixty dozen large Ribbed Hose 20c.
value, special, at only the pair 15c.
,arg ins Has Evi
(time and taste to build it. -mun
Mr. J. A. C. Kibler has sold his
Piester place in St. Paul's section to
Mr. J. F. Richardson and son. Mr.
Richardson has been livng on the
place 27 years and no doubt began toj 9
feel at home. Mr. Kibler has bought
'the DeWalt quarter place in Jolly
Street section which is a good tract
Dr. R. C. Kibler left Saturday for
his home in Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. J. S. Watts met with a peculiar
ecurrence a few days ago which1
came near resulting in a serious af
fair. Mr. Watts was running thro:'gh
a patch of large cockle burrs after Y
some hogs and sucked a burr in his
throat. Dr. J. S. Wheeler, of Prosper-:
ity, was phoned for at once and on his Th 6
arrival found he could not remove the w
burr and advised Mr. Watts to go
at once to the Columbia hospital. On
Mr. Watt's arrival at the hospital and AL
after some time of very tedious work
the burr was- removed from his throat.
Mr. Watts is doing nicely now only he w r
has a very sore throat. Mr. Watts of go
was accompanied to Columbia by Mr. mark(
Claud Counts. Qualii
Mr. J. A. C. Kibler will represent St. chasei
Paul's congregation as delegate at the Con
Lutheran synod, which will convene in o e
Charleston the 9th of November. Mr.
G. W. Kinard will represent Bachman
Chapel congregation as delegate at -
Mr. J. H. Doininick, while out haul
ing pine straw a few days ago, fell|
!rom the wagon and broke his collar
)one. Dr. J. J. Dominick replaced the .mn
broken member and he is now getting mme
Miss Janie Kinard, after spending.
several days with her brother here, NOTICE OF I
eturned to Newberry on Saturday.
Last Sunday was a bright beautiful
lay for church going and the writer Notice is he
L.ttended the communion service at make final set
sachman Chapel church. The congra- court for New]
;-ation was large and the services were day, November
:onducted by the assistant pastor. the of the estate
tev. Y. von A. Riser. One member iminor, and imn
mas rJr-PiVer] in the church hv con-i ply to the said
rmationi. Mr. Rliser is P:ite a youing isrya u
man, is a goo:i spe:aker anwl wi!! do Otbr2,11
00a1 work for the pr-ople of the pas- 10-tor26.t
rart. The congregation w'as sorry *O4t
) learn their regular pastor, Dr. J.---~
.Sligh, was not able to be present Subscribe no'
nd take nart in the services. j News.
our purpose to shove
and varied and offers
es many times the size
es Trimmed Hats
mmed Pattern Hats go on sale this week.
dts ever s[own at such low prices in an
d models almost without end. Hats that's
Shapes are of the most expensive in
vet, trimmings in plumes, wings, feathers
as only Mimnaugh can produce at these
18, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.50 and $8.00.
Better Values in Shoes
Buying and selling Shoes on the
close buying, fast selling store plan
gives us an advantage that is of vast
importance to you. By all means
don't buy your Shoes until you hit
this big store. No make believe pol
icy here. We carry the Shoe stock of
ir Been Offered!
ill Season Price)
r Artcile Priced Way Down to Stimulate the
ide. Take Advantage of Our Low Prices
iase Your Fal and Winter Goods!Now
u WILL SAVE Money
hort Cotton Crop will force prices Sky
rd. We force prices DOWNWARD.
OUR FALL AND WINTER GOODS
bought before other merchants dreamed
ing North. We bought below present
it value and Nothing but the BEST In
y. The first choice to the early pur
. This is YOUR opportunity.
1e! We need money to pay what we
A cordial greeting to all.
reby given that I w~illPaoadOra xii
Lilement in the probate -UIGTE
derry county on Tues--SuhCrlnaSaeFi
29, 1910, as guardian ~ ~ t o.6h
of Lee P. Hendrix, a: touSte,12 anS.Comb.S..
iediately thereafter ap- CodqarPaos$5
court for letters dis- GodU igtPios$8u.
b guarrliani.J God0,as$50u.
J. W. Hendirix. ouPLVEPAOShateunkld
.Guardian,. a lyt ;reto ihafw hu
Pheirouands Ogladno seiyoit
saeoauwth C ualina StoreFi
AtforoTeHetodeand 42 8 Main St. , Columbia, S. C.