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Newberry Is In-This.
The State, 13th?.
Leaving Columbia tomorrow morn- ,
Jm ing via the Seaboard and Columbia,
W Newberry & Laurens for Atlanta, i
members from North and South Carolina
of the One Hundred Thousand
t ? -L* f-* J T T
ciud oi me .aiissuun oiaiv jujit.- insurance
company, will attend the an,
-nual meeting at Mackinac Island,
Mich., and at the same time take an
extended trip over the North. From
Atlanta the party proceeds to Naskvillt,
St. Louig and Chicago; returrng
from Mackinac Island via Detroit,
Niagara, Buffalo, Albany, New York
city and Norfolk. A splendid itinerary
has been arranged, vv. f. HitcnDerser, \
traveling passenger agent, Seaboard |
Air Line railway will accompany the !
mi party as far as Atlanta. The party I
H will travel in a private Pullman,
j Those making the trip will be: Mr.
L and Mrs. "Marion Rich and daughter;
* Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McElveen, Miss
Lucile Adams, Miss Bertha Habenichx
and E. P. Williams, Columbia; Robert
Xorris, Newberry; L. A. Manning,
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boro; Mr. and Mr*. M. M. Chisolm,
Estill; H. B. Crosland, Bennettsville,
and W. D. Egerton, Louisburg, X. C.
Mr. Rich is general agent for the
Missouri Life for the States of North
and South Carolina.
IYou can't buy
enough cars to
be deceived. I
Here's the test: 300,1
service. Runabout j
$600; Town Car $8c
with all equipment,
all particulars from
Newberry, S. C.
a lot of Base B;
! Mitts, 1 will gi
very low pric<
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News: So far, President Wil&on lias
not gone into the basement of the j
white hous^ to wallow on the mat1
and take jiu-jitsu lessons fro ma Jap. !
TViq Tr>/^iar>Qnnlic phipf of T)OliC6- !
1 uuuiwuM|/v**o w- X- rules
that undergarments must be >
worn with the split skirts. The officer j
is apparently (fretermirted that some- :
thing shall be left to the imagina-:
Provide shade and plenty of fresh
water for your fowls during these extremely
hot summer days.
- 4T?? AmAnnr Q
1 lie SUXirag^tLC auiuug
kind of Siam's 700 wives is a lovely
phase of the yellow peril.?Nashville
NOTICE TO POLICYHOLDERS.
The policyholders of the Farmers
Mutual Insurance association of Newberry
county will meet in annual session
at the court house on Saturday,
August 2nd, 1913, at 11 o'clock a. m.
All policyholders are asked to be
T? T r TTnnteiv
L. I. Epting,
gold dollars at
Ford cars at
my time?any- I j
satisfy the der
'ord prices are
-but absolutely I !
doo Fords now in
$525; Touring Car
>o?f. 0. b. Detroit, Get
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to cany over
ve you some
ss. Call and
ok Store. jj
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We hope to n
time to think of
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;ect in ?se)
money and we u
No Let Up to Oxfori
The big bargain bins have b
men's and children's Slippers 2
cost of making alone. Folks ]
up bargains, and every one ge
their money's worth*
HWith your trade and influence
of the only store in Newberry
Ipion of the people's rignts.
40 loch Sea I:
While the lot lasts all our fr
it at that price, as we want the
| us for more than 10 yards.
Come and bri
Millions of them rig
Every one a noisan
Every one a disease
Every one a destroy
Why allow it when'
Will destroy them a
carcas, leaying no i
antee it absolutely.
The Right 1
Subbubs bad taken Chumleighr
' iV,-~ wan + TT*ol 1 j
Ihome to dine, Hiveryinmg wo*!.. ? ?
until thej* were seated at the dinner
table, when Willie Subbubs remarked,
"Why, pa, this is roast beef!"
"Well," said his father, "what
t Go On
inlrp this week, if t)<
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profits now. A p
once, even if it mec
1 the entire stock c
fains that outdo all
)ant it quick.
1 and Slipper Bargains.
een refilled with all kinds of woit
prices that don't pay for the
)iled arcund the counters buying
itting two, three and four times.
ue to Favor Us
and thereby aid in the prosperity
that .is the acknowledged cham nanaBaanraHBBMBBBBBDn
iJand at 5c Yard.
ends, and enemies too, can have
good stuff go around, don't ask
1-1 rr irniir fri^nfls
LAAg J VVtA * M. AV/?AV?V
fger and better,
'The Store That'
J--I O^JL^f I
ind mummify the
odor. We guari
y, S. C.
LCr-T-n -T 3 ?4-^71 Wto of V? O Ir _
"WHJ, l 11 ea.ru juu tcu jlua ??, ui^ou- i
fast that you were going to bring a
muttonhead home for dinner this
Doctoring fowls is mighty uiiprofita
e at Mil
ossible, greater tha
>rice must he foun
ins a direct loss to
lear to the naked u
This lot stands out boldly by
Underskirts or One-piece Slips, a
Run Your Eyes Down the 1
36 in Pajamas, Checked Nainsc
36 in Poe Mills Bleaching, 10
Solid* colored Chambry, worth :
Apron Checked Ginghams, wo
One case standard Shirting Cal
More New T<
RVir^rf lAnortVic ariH all marked i
2y2 and 3 yard lengths. Be sure
to these bargain
and sweeter ev
k U G
's Always Busy."
With every dollar spen
on Hams, we will give or
Friday is 1
We continue to sell you .
m * ?
and we will sell you 7 bar
best Starch for 50c. Moi
Trade at the cash gi
does its duty.
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ble business for the poultry raiser, i
-nfflvpntirtn Qhrmlr? Hf- thp Watch
auu ~?v.- ?
A friend once wrote Mark Twain
a letter saying that he was in very
n the first. No
d that will sell
us; only one ohvalls
. We want the
Sale at 98c.
itself as a winner. Gowns,
11 go at each 98c
Column for New Bargains
)ok, worth 15c, sale price 10c
yds limited, at 5c 1
and sells for ioc, at the yd 5c V
rth 8^c, special at only 5c
icoes, ten yds limited, at. .2^c
ible Linens. I
n plain figures at half price, 2,
and visit the Linen section.
1 sales. They
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t with.us Friday, <except
le Loaf of Bread free.
Hams at 20c per pound
s Octagon Soap and 6 lbs.
ocery, where the dollar
w a rn
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0 or 212.
bad health, concluding with:
"Is there anything worse than hav
in^ odro/>}iQ at fh? |?T!1I
Twain wrote back: "Yes?rheumatism
and St Vitus dance."?-New Orleans