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CO-OPERATION TNAE WATCHWORD
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all rejected resolutions went by with
out debate. The exception was the
suggestion of Mr. J. R. Fairey that a
man be designated in each towrship to
report on the number %of bales being
held for 15c. The author called for a.
consideration of his resolu,tion, and!
v upon its being read a number of
friends were won, so that a committee
was appointed to remove the objec
tionable feature which seemed to be
the section relating to the price. The
idea of communication seemed to
strike the convention as a happy and
- Later, Senator E. D. Smith advocat
ed the extension of the operation of
Ahe resolution so as to place upon the,
secretary of the Farmers' union the
duty of communicating with secre
taiies of other unions. Both the
Fairey and Smith ideas prevailed.
During the afternoon session a
* number of bankers addressed the con
vention, among the speakers being
- John M. Kinard, of Newberry; Skot
towe Wannamaker, of St. Matthews;
1. B. Belser, Sumter and T. B. Stack
house. Their words created a spirit
of cooperation. Menhaits presert at
the night meeting stated that they had
never pressed their creditors into sell
ing cotton at a cheap price.
The convention consumed about six
lours..-/ There were more than a score
of speakers who dwelt upon subjects
as they arose for debate. The attend
ance was sufficient to fill the hall of
the house of representatives, and the
interest at all times was unabated.
Commissioner Watson announced b,e
fore adjournment that he planned to
have a campaign for the education of
cotton growers, and invited Senator
Smith and Senator John Sharp Wil
l1ams, of Mississippi, to take part to tell
the growers the trutu about the mar
keting of the staple and a remedy for
the evils that result in the lowering
of the priCe below normal.
To Canvass State.
The following resolution was also
adopted at the night session of the
convention: "Resolved, That the coun
ty Xarmers' unions .of the different
counties of the State be requested. to
appoint a committee *consisting of hot
less than three men an each towndhip
in each ,county to canvass 'the far
mers of their county and ascertain
how many bales of cottonfthey will
Spledge themselves to hold for the
hgreed minimum price uniless other
wise instructed b,y the State Farm#s'
union to sell. That thefsec'retad'of
the county unions be requested tio
forward reports from these comuuit
tees to the State -secretaryand that
the secretary and president -of .the
State Farmers' union be requested to
co-operate with Mr.~ Watson to have
this plan carried out in-all of the' cot
dton-growing States. Be' it. further re
:solved, that the president of the state
Farmers' union be requested to keep
the local unions posted as to the numn
ber of bales of cotton pledged- in the
different States in conformity to this
resolution. Be it further resolved,
That the chairman of this body be
and is hereby authorized to name from
each county a special committee of
business men and bankers to repre
e'ent each and every bank in said
county, designating which banker is
to be the chairman of said commit
tee, the duties of this committee being
as follows: They are promptly to as
certain from every special committee
appointed to canvass the cotton grow
ers the number of bales of cotton to
be held, promptly arrange for financ
's many bales of the said cotton
KARXON COMINJG TO CAROLIA.
Columbia, Sept. 28.-Gov. Judson
Harmon, of Ohio, will deliver an ad
dress in South Carolina on October 19.
He will be the orator of the occasionl
at the Union county fair. The an
nouncement was made today by the
Hon. Lowndes J. Browning, presi
dent of the Union county fair, who
was in the city for the Red Shirt re
YOU TAKE NO FINANCIAL RISK.
We Make This Offer to Every Person
in Newberry Who Suffers From
We want every person In this city
who suffers from kidney disease in
any form to have personal knowledge
of the merits of Rexall Kidney Pills.
To this end we offer them to every
one who has need of such a remedy
with the definite and distinct under-I
standing that, in the event they shall
not prove of any benefit in the treat
ment of your case, we will promptly
refund you the purchas. price.
Put up in boxes containing sixty
pills; price 50 cents per box.
Rexall Remedies can be obtained
Sonly at our store--The Rexall Store.
On Tuesday morning
Carolina will begin at this
po- id and the price has g4
Dr Goods, Dress Goods,
bee known in the Dry G
Sale.' Positively the greatc
a two horse wagon and bri
of upper South Carolina.
One hundred pieces fine Dr
Goods, prices up to $1.00 the yard,
October Sale price, yard.. ..4
One thousand yards beautiful Si
going in this mighty October sale
special cut prices.
5 bolts $1.25 and $1.50 Black Mesw
line at yard .... .... ........9
200 yards good Taffeta Silk at 1
yard .... .... .... .... .... ....7
And a thousand other Silk -Be
GREAT MLLINERY SALE.
During this mighty October si
every Hat at special prices.
We are sole agents for the KE
Paris line of boys and children's HE
and for the next 30 days we offer
even '500 children's Hats up to $2.
values at, each .... .... ......54
Did ~you ev'er know such a tu
loose of Hat Bargains before.
GREAT LADIES' SUIT SALE.
Just an even nine hundred beautif
blue and black Serge Suits ini tb
sale, values up):o $22.50.' We are d
termined to make October thie grea
est Suit selling month in the year ax
.We make the price for choice -of ti
beautiful Suits .... .... .....$.
Come early and get your numbe
TomorroWd may 'be too late. Come ti
GREAT SKIRT SALE.
Positively the grandest display <
Ladies' Skirts evler offered the wome
300 beautiful Skirts at October prit
es, each ...... .... .........$4J
200 beautiful Skirts at October prit
es, each' .... .... .... .... ...$6.4
.300 beautiful Skirte at October prit
es, each .... .... .... .... ...$7.4
200 beautiful Skirts at October pric
es, each .... .... .... .... ...9.
Come to Newberry's OGr- a,test Skir
Sale and save big money.
LADIES' LONG COATs.
On display 100 beautiful.Long Coati
at from .... .... ...$3.98 to .$19.41
Come and save a five dollar bill b2
buying your coat Eday.
at nine o'clock the greatest turn
great value giving store. Whet
yne down i6 9 7-8c at this writirl
Shoes and millinery loose at a c
ods business in Newberry.' Mi
.st sale Newberry has ever knov
ng your family to the greatest 'I
E TO NEWBERR
BOYS' SUIT SALE.
,ss Bring the boy to the Big Suit SalE
at and let us save you a lot of money
Boys' piece Suits prices $1.25 to $5,
. October values that mothers should
take advantage of.
at UNDERWEAR SALE.
For men, Women and Children you
;a- will want it later, better buy it now
je.' and save the big difference.
eC. GREAT SALD WAISTS.
Just 300 Ladies' Fine Man tailored
Waists, worth up to $1.00 each, at 49c.
NE WBEERY'S GREATEST SHOE
nt We own and sell the best Shoes
.ts offered; the shoe wearers of upper
mI South Carolina.
00 Douglass for men at $2.00, $2.50,
le. $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 the pair.
rn La France f6r women, the prettiest
ladies shoe shown for fall 1911 in
.all leathers and buttons from 12 to 16,
seems to take.the lead.
Ladies comes let us fit you with a
i pair of La France Shoes, Special dis
count to school teacniers and college
students. Just opened the greatest
t-line of Boys' and Children's Shoes
td ever displayed in Newberry. Come
*e bring all your feet for the winter
19 shoeing to Newbbrry's Best Shoe
r. Store, 'tis Caldwell & Haltiwanger's,
>- The Store of The Best.
GREAT BLANKET SALE.
500 pair Blankets at, each.. .. 25e.
400 pair $3.50 Blankets at.. $1.98
500 big Comforts at,. each......98e.
8 GREAT PAXTS SALE.
500) pair Saniple Pants, worth uto
- $5.00 pair, at.. .... .. .. ....49
-. GREAT SALE DRESSING SAQUES
When in New York our buyer
. bought over 30& Ladies' fie Kimonos
worth $2.50 each. We plade on sale.
at.. .... ..<.... ..-...---24
One hundre Percale House Dresses
at each,.... .... .... .....-- .$1-19
No use to have them made, buy
them here cheaper.
erry' s Creates
loose of October Dry Goods Bai
i North we bought heavy, thinkii
ig so we have decided to turn thi;
otton selling basis of 8c a pound.
let your friends and neighbors al
-n. Read our prices, put a $20.00
urnloose of fine merchandise ev(
Y'S GREATEST S
GREAT HAT SALE.
500 Men's Hats, up to $2.50 values,
at... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..98c.
500 Boys' and Children's Hats,
worth up to $1.25, at, each.. .. 25e.
We have the stock of the town, and
our prices are doing the business day
GREAT SALE OF CHILDREN'S
Just one hundred Children's Plaid
Dresses, worth up to $2.00 each,
at .... .... .... .....---.----2
GREAT SALE HOUSEKEEPERS'
Second floor up stairs in the c'entre
of the big store. you will -find the
greatest values Newberry people ever
saw in Enamelware, Kitchenware, etc.
Values worth up:to $1.00, see window,
on sale Wednesday at eleven o'clock,
each .... .... ... .... .... ...250.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We- go direct to the makers for our
goods, and the spot cash talks. We
buy in car lots if the prices are right,
and can give merchants throughout
the State special low prices on any
thing in the dry goods line. Giv'e us
a call and get Our prices. We are low
*er than the same goods can bie b'ought'
this side of Richmond, Va.
5 cases light and dark Calicoes.
100 pieces Cotton Flannel.
* 300 pieces light solid colors.Outing.
500 rolls Calico.
80 bolts Jeans.
300 bolts dark Outing.
Over 1,000 pair Blankeets.]
3 cases Cheyiots.
600 bolts heavy Southern Silk
3,000 yards heavy Drill at 7 cents
yard, and thousanas of other things.
We can mnake prices cheaper than any
other Newberry store. When you
want it we have it Always at prices
less than others. One thousand doz
en Coates Spool Cotton at special t
prices. Send us your order. -
rgains ever known in South
3g cotton would bring 15c a
mighty $70,000.00 worth of
The like has never before
this mighty money saving
bill in your pocket, hitch up
Nr offered the buying people
On October the 11th and 12th we
will have to distribute to the women
of Newberry and surroanding coun
ties that trade on th4*e days $25.00
and ovier with us a, fine Willow Rock
er absolutely free. The retail price
is $5.00 in any furniture store. Re
member we give them away free on
these dates for a cash purchase of
$25.00 and over. Follow the crowds
to Newberry's Greatest Trading Place
GREAT GInG AM SALE -
One thousand yards 12 1-2c. and
15c. Gingham at the yard ...~...10m..
GREAT S4LE NEN'S WEAR.
One case =$1.50 Shirts, sizes from
14 1-2 to 17, at specia.l October pi'ices,
each .... .... .... .... ....$.00.
500 dine .Reservisble 50c. Ties at.
each .... .. ......... .. ..2.
1000 Suits Underwear at -special
prices. Men we-want you to come.
1000 :pair pure 'Siir Sox, pair . .25e.
GEEAT SALE SWEATERS.
When in New York I picked up at a
bargain .about one thousand women's
and children's Sweaters at less than
50c ondhe dollar and can sell you $3.50
Ladies's Sweaters at'.... .....$1.75
Children.$.50 Sweaters at.... 75c.
Scarfs, worth 75e.-~- st ..e4
We've the greatest bargains of any
house in Newberry. Come and see;
GREAT SALE- DOIESTI( , XTC.
Octolier'the 4th we offer 3 case
tight and dark Calicoes at yard 4 1-C.
3 cases Ginghamw and Chambry
L case 40-Inch Bed Ticking yard4 St
5 case 25c. Chileren's Hose at.
air.... .... .... .... .... .l..1.
500 pair boys' Knee Pants at ..25c.
397 pair Men's 50c. Suspenders at
lair .... .... .... ........ ....1e
500 boys' 50c. Shirts at each... .23e.
And ten thousand other bargains
broughout the store for quick Octo
er selling at the store of the best.