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With replenished stocks this gr<
with every department contributi
tions. We will make a clean sw4
nants and odds and ends. All
tickets in plain figures. Come ev
Here's How We Put Money in Your Pocket.
2 bales 40 inch Sea Island, worth 8/ c, sale price 6Yzc
2 cases Poe Mills Bleaching, full 36 in. wide, 1o yds.
limited, sale price yd - - - - - - 5c
36 inch Pajama Nainsook, value 12%yc, sale price the
yard - - - - - - - - - 8c
White Crocheted Bed Spreads, $i.oo value, sale price
each - - - - - - - - 49c
White Crocheted Quilts, full size, $1.50 value, sale
price only - - - - - - - 98C
72 in. 2 yards wide Union Linen Sheeting, 50c value,
sale price - - - - - - - 29c
9o in. 2 z yds. wide Union Linen Sheeting, 75c value,
sale price - - - 'k-- - - - 39c
One case standard Shirting Calicoes, worth 64c, sale
price - - - - - - - - 4%Zc
Big Purchase Black voile Skirts Go On Sale
| This Week,
Secured from a Skirt Manufacturer who needed the
money quick, all made in the newest designs. We put
this lot of skirts on sale Wednesday morning. Do not
miss this chance to pick up a beautiful Voile Skirt to
Ill wear with your summer waist. $7.0o, $s.oo and $1o.oo
beautiful Voile Skirts, sale price - - - $5.98
. The Baracas. acant Scholarships in the Citadel,
The Baraca Sunday school class of jlina, Charleston, S. C.
the First Baptist .church will hold a--.
business meeting Tuesday at 6 P. m.,~ One vacancy in the beneficiary
July 18, 1911, at the store of Mr. J. H. scholarships in the Citadel from New
west. All members are expected to berry county will be filled by competi
he present tive examination on August 11, 1911.
C. A. Murphy, For full information concerning
Reporter. these scholarships address the super
intendent, at the Citadel, Charleston,
Farmers' Institutes. s. C.
Little Mountain, Tuesday, July 18, Next session begins September 20,
3. M. Sease. 1911.
Bethel School house, Pomaria, Wed- The Citadel offers courses in Civil
nesday, July 19,-sJ. B. O'Nea11 Hollo- Engineering, English, Chemistry and
wray. Physics. Degrees of B.. S. and C. E.
Silverstreet, Thursday, July 20, J- conferred. It is designated by the
B. O'Neal1 Holloway. Iwar department as one of the distin
guished military institutions, one of
TH whose graduates receives a commis
CLEMSON AGEICULTURAL sion in the United States army.
Enrollment Over 700-Value of Prop- The stockholders of The Newberry
erty Over a Million and a Quarter La~nd and Security Co., will hold their
Ninety Teachers and Officers. annual meeting at Chamber of Coin
Seven full four years courses, in merce rooms On Tuesday, July 18, 1911,
Agriculture, Engineering, etc.- at 12 o'clock m, for the purpose of
Cost per session of nine months, in- electing directors for ensuing year and
cluding all fe'es, board, heat, light, attending to such other business that
laundry, and necessary uniforms-maberogtbfrehe eti.
Students who are financially able, ereay
pay $40.00 tuition additional. Jl ,11.71-tw2
SCHOLAESHIP AND ENTRANCE
EXAMINATIONS.STC OLESM TIG
The College maintains 124 Agricul- Pusatoareltin fth
tural Scholarships, and 43 TextileborofdecrsfthGln-wy
Scholarships, worth each $100.00 andMauctrncopy,ameigf
free tuition.testchlesosadom nyi
(Students who have attended Clem-heeycldtobhldaWitre
son college or any other college or-SuhCrln,o h 2ddyo
university, are not eligible for the Jl,11,a 0ocoki h oe
scholarships unless there are no oth- no,t osdradatuo h
er eligible applicants). olwn eouioso adbado
Scholarship and entraxnce examina- drcoso adcmay rvdn
tions will be held at the county seatsfoaniceeofteaialsckf
July 14, 9~ a. m.sadcmaybthisu ofiv
Next Sessions Opens Sept. 18, 1911.hudesarsocmontcko
SWrite at once to W. M. Riggs, Pres- teprvleo n ude olr
i ent Clemson College, S. C., for cata- asae n ffryfv ude
logu, s 'arsip bank. ec. f y ursu tof rferesolto of thea
dela, yc~ ma becrowed ot, oaue of directonred ollars alen-Lore,
'ail Of Economy
ur Money and Watch!
sat sale starts Wednesday morning
rg to these bargain-giving attrac
eep this week of all odd lots, rem
goods marked with remnant sale
ery day this week. :
Hosiery Clean Up Sale.
Children's fancy top Sox, 15, 19 and 25C values, sale
price - - - - - - - - 1212C
i case Garter Top Gauze Stockings, 20c values, sale
price - - - - - - - - 12%c
i case Boys' and Misses' fine Ribbed Hose, regular
25C values, at only - - - - ,- 1I2%C
r case Ladies' Gauze Lisle Hose, worth double, garter
tops. 25c seller, at only - - - - - 19C
I case Ladies' Gauze Vests, tape neck and arm holes,
Ioc value - - - - ,- - - - 5C
i case 45 in. French Lawn, regular 25c seller, io yds.
limit, yd - - - - - - - - I oc
i case 81 x go ready made Sheets, regular 85c seller,
limited, at only - - - - - - 62%C
I lot 71 x 90 ready made Sheets, regular 5oc seller,
limited at only - - - - - - - 39C
Black Panama Skirts.
We scooped in a lot of all-wool Panama Skirts and,
like the Voiles, go on sale at a big reduction.
You Can Always Shop Here
In perfect comfort of mind, because every purchase
carries our iron-clad guarantee.
Wih.You1 Can Always.Shop Here
Wihsurety of greatest savings, because of our de- .
terminationl lever to be undersold.
L UG H'S
with the perferepces, liabilities and issued under these resolutions' sha:
conditions set out in said resoltuions, be redeemable in like manner at an
viz: - time after the first day of Januar3
Whereas it is deemed advantageous 1920. All surplus prodts, after pa
to enlarge the plant of the Glenn- ing the said dividends, fshall be apprc
Lowry Manufacturing company by ad- priated as follows: On and after th
ding thereto thirty thousand spindles first day of January, 1910, 60 per en'
and the usual accompaniment of looms thereof to the purchase of Prieferre
wJIth such additional building and oth- Stock selected by lot, and 'the remain
er equipment as may be neesary; ing 40 per cent. to go to tne surplu
and, whereas, it is desirable that such fund; the Preferred~Stock so purdhas
addition to the plant shiould be fully ed to be held by the treasurer of th
paid for when completed as is the case 'company until all of the said Prefer
with the present plant; therefore red Stock has been so purchased, an
1. Be it resolved by the board of di- then issued as Common Stock, pr
rectors of the Glenn-Lowry Manufac- rata: Provided, however, that the tw
turing company that the capital stock thousand shares of Preferred Stoc:
of te Glnn-LwryManuactuingfirst issued shall be first redeemel
copn be' Gincre anufs atn and re-issued as Common stock to th
sai caita stck hal cosis ofholders of Common- Stock pro rata
twelve thousand five hjundred shares Poie,frhr htteoeto
Iof the par value of one hundlred dol- sand shares of Preferred Stock nex
lars a share; said capital stock to ise hl erdee n ei
consit of two classes, viz: five thou-i sued as Common Stock to the holder
sand shares shall be known as Corn- of Common Stock pro rata before th
mon Stock, and the remaining seven' forty-five hundred shares of Preferre
thousand five hundred shares shall be JStock to be issued under these resolu
known as Preferred Stock. tions are redeemed and re-issued a
2. Be it further resolved that the faforesaid.
Preferred Stock shall have a prefer-! 4. Be it further resolved, that ni
ence over Common Stock, both as to mortgage shall be placed on the plan
assets in case of final liquidation and 'or plants of the company until all o
as to cumulatives dividends out of the said Preferred Stock of all classe:
shall have been retired and taken up
net earnings to the exetent of 7 per 5. Be it further resolved that thi
cent per annum, payable semi-annu- oeon eouin esbitdt
all: te Cmmo Stck o b 'etitedthe stockholders of the Glenn-Lowra
to a like dividend, payable semi-annu- Manufacturing company to be consid
ally, but not cumulative, out of the ered and acted on by them at a meet
net earnings remairJng after payment ing of said stockholders, which i:
of dividends on the Preferred S'ock-- hereby called to be held at the com
the dates for the payment of dividens ,ays office at Whitmire, South Caro
to be the first day of Januaryr and the lina, on the twenty-second day oj
first day of July of each year. July, 1911, at 10 o'clock in the fore
3. Be it further resolved that the noon. William Coleman,
two thousand shares of Preferred. President.
Stock first issued shall be redeemable
at the option of the company at any BARBECUE.
time by lot after the first day of We, the undersigned, wUIl g?ve a
January, 1910; that the one thousand first-class barbecue at the old J. A
shares of Preferred Stock next issued Cromer place Saturday, July 22, 1911
shall be redeemable in like manner at The public Is invited to attend. Guar
any time after the nrst day of Janu- anteed enjoyment for young people.
ary, 1915: and that the forty-five hun- B. M. Suber.
dred share of Preferred Stock to be 0. A. Feki.
House of aThousand Things
I will leave next month for Baltimore, Phila
delphia and New York to buy my Fall and Holi
day Goods. Before I leave I will sell off all old
stock at real bargains. Save money by buying
now. Seeing is believing. Come here and ex
vmine these bargains.
The limited space will only permit me to give
you a few articles and the price:
Paper and Typewriter Supplies.
1,000 Tablets, 10c now............... 5c
100 younds Mayes' Royal Linen Pound Pa
per and Envelopes, p pound paper and one
package envelopes..... .. .... ............. 25c
500 boxes Linen Paper, box . ...__.... 10c
100 Books slightly damaged, $1.50, now...- 25c
Typewriter Paper, per ream, $1.50 to.. 75c.
Carbon Paper, per box of 100 sheets, $3.00
to _-..........-...-..'. .... .... .... ...............- ....$2.00
Typewriter Ribbon $1.00 to...._ . 50c
Inks of all kinds. Ink Eradicators. Photo Paste.
You lose half the pleasure of a summer outing
if y.igo without a Kodak. Buy a Kodak and
keep a record of the pleasant vacation. It's no
* Tot China and Glass. .
Thtcharms the eye and appeals to th,e pride
of every good housekeeper is here a \ plenty.
Dinner Sets, Cups and Saucers. Plates, Bowls,
Covered Dishes, Platters, Ice Tea Glasses, with'
or without saucers, Tumblers, Berry Bowls, Ie
Cream Saucers, Pitchers, Water Sets, Vases.
These goods wi[l be sold at prices that will make.
you buy them.
Toys and Games.
My entire stock of Toys and Games must be
sold to make room for new goods.
HU1 Hand Bags aind Pocket Books must: go.
-I Come at once or you will miss an opportunity to
LHave all the Waist Pins, Cuff Links, Collar
Buttons, Shirt Buttons, Bar Pins, Hat Pins, Neck
Chains, Watch Fobs, Tie Clasps, Barretts, and
many other articles that you will need while on
t that summer vacation.
All Base Ball Gloves, Mitts, Masks, Shoes, Bats,
and Suits will be sold at reduced prices,
If you dk not need anything now it will pay
you to buy it and save it 'till you do need it. Do
not fail to see my window with their barrels of
Al Goods0 Sold at These Prices For CASH.
Mayes' Book Store'
THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND THINGS