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E LET YOU]
We MUST hi
of this sacrifi*
sizes 5 to 18, at r<
An assoitraent of
all sizes, formerly so
for$12, $i3&$i4, 110
Men's all-wool i
Worsted vSuits, vali
$15, now Men's
and heavy weight,
I$i6.oo value, now
sold for $18.00,
ri'Arcf a/1 dt t s ?!
Ix u:v? yy vioivu a.
Suits in fancy blue
brown & black, now
Ladies' white crc
kerchiefs. All you
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First quality yarc
1 cale, good assortm
colors. Now, yard
i ELECT OFFICERS.
Daughters of ReTolution Choose
Ticket.?Mrs. Calhoun Regrent.
Columbia, Nov. 14? Although interest
in the election of officers, and
especially of. a State regent to sue
ceed Mrs. Mayes, had grown in to re- j
pressed excitement by yesterday after- j
noon, when the balloting began, the |
promise of non-militant methods jok- I
ingly made at the opening sess^n
by a visiting delegate, who, in replying
to the addresses of welcome, dethat
"althriiieh we are groins to
ViUi VU - - w w
have an election there will be no fireworks,"
was fulfilled. Only two women
were nominated for regent?Mrs.
Calhoun and Mrs. Howard B. Carlisle
of Spartanburg, the former winning
by four votes. The result stood
44 to 40.
The following officers were elected.
Officers of the 1). A. K.
State regent, Mrs. F. H. H. Calhoun.
First vice regent, Mrs. Hugh McColl.
Second yice regent, Mrs. Howard
Third vice regent, Mrs. E. Walker
. Recording secretary, Mrs. M. 0.
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.
A. P. Johnstone.
Treasurer, Mrs. F. M. Hicklin.
Register, Mrs. John T. Sloan.
Historian, Mrs. Franklin Clark
, Genealogist, Mrss. John Calhoun
Auditor, Mrs. S. C. Baker.
The new regent was born and bred
in Illino's, coming to this State 10
years ago, a bride. However, she
has claims upon the South, she declares,
through some of her ancestors
TvVin wprp HAors'ians. Her husband.
-who is a native of New York, is a
descendent of an uncle of John C.
Calhoun, so that he comes from the
same original stock as the South
Carolina Calhouns. By a strange turn
of fate he is at Clemson, the home of
the Calhoun family, being the professor
of geology and vice director of
the agricultural department of Clemson
Mrs. McColl, tie new first vice regent,
is a member of the Pee Dee
chapter, Bennettsville; Mrs. Carlilse,
second vice regent, is regent of the
Cowpens chapter, Spartanburg; Mrs.
Duvall, third vice regent, belongs to
Old Cheraw chapter,. Cheraw; Mrs.
rv n i
R DOLLAR DO IT'S
ave money to meet c
ce by getting what y<
mts for boys, DD1
jduced prices MT I\J
Men's Suits, j $2.00 and $2,2^
Id d**7 AO suits, sizes 3 t<
w y assorted patterns,
"ancy brown Boys' Knickei
ie Af assorted patte:
$ / /%) value $3.50, now
Suits, light Norfolk all-wo<
tfIA AC mere Suits, all s
<P1U*4J formerly $6,oo,
reave Suits, Men's water]
(M 1 AC nette Ov*ercoat* a:
i.jJ value, now
ad $20 men's Tailor-made (
An men. Gua^ant*
<plt)?(/0 $12 value, now
)ssbar hand lBF
: **" 2c I
1 wide per-"8e
I Hicklin, treasurer, is from Mary Adair
[chapter, Chester; Mrs. Shannon, recording
secretary, is from Yorkville;
Mrs. Johnstone, corresponding secretary,
holds membership in Cateechee
chapter, Anderson; Mrs. Cain, histo|
rian, belongs to "William Thompson !
- - -*- -lxi nx ni
! cnapcer, sc. .aiaunews; ivirs. oiuciii, j
' registrar, is a member of William
Capers chapter, Columbia; Mrs. Davis,
genealogist, is one of Musgrove Mills,
Clinton, members, and Mrs. Baker,
auditor, is from Sumter's Home chapter,
The Piano Contest, tlie Capital Prize I
and a Marriage.
The Herald and News Piano contest
is interesting. Miss B. Marcus,
I ntKn VlOti Kflon thp Mtlfpst I
Wiiu Xiao wuuvivvi4i5 v^?v w^?wv7
is transferred elsewhere and her
place here is filled by Miss M. Quince
Bullock, of Jacksonville. She will be
remembered here as Miss Helen Irene
Carr who was in Newberry once
before in the interest of a <
contest. She conducted a piano con- j
test at Abbeville last month, which
| was a great success under her management,
as it could not fail to be
: with such charming personality at the
head and as it is going to be here because
of the same. The manager became
so popular "herself in the contest
she was conductng that she got
married and the Abbeville Medium
said the groom drew the capital prize
! when he won .the manager.
oVi/n f/->. Vio in 'V^tehprrv firn- !
XX o one 10 cv ~ ?
ducting the contest that is now on the
following pleasant account from the
Medium will be interesting to our |
"Mr. Bullock Won Capital Prize.''
"Miss Grace Crawford thinks she
' won the capital prize in the recent
' popularity contest conducted by the
Medium but Mr. M. Quince Bullock
disputes the point with her as he won
; Miss Helen Irene Carr, manager of
| the contest. Miss Carr and Mr. Bullock
slipped quietly away to Elberton,
^ +V.O 18th
Oil Octiuiuaj, v/twwci
and were married by the magistrate
at that point, Mr. H. A. Roebuck, re!
turning here on the next train. The
matter was kept absolutely quiet until
yesterday when the above facts
were given to the Medium. It was
generally understood that they were
to be married soon but it seems Cupid
would not wait so they got ahead
of all their friends and married two
?weeks ago. The friends of the happy
! young couple at Mrs. Taggart's will
j not know of it until tliey see it in the
; Medium today.
> DUTY by getting s
>ur obligations. The
ou want wnile our s
5 novelty boy's
>10 $1 90 A
rbocker^ Suits, J|||
rDS' *L98 in
izes, d?Q OA
now ?pO*o?/ /BfjHB
Overcoats for NOT.
j Come and see f
5 e d fl*/* QA splendid bargains t
yU?Oj space enough here t
cut your clothes bill
"Mr. and Mrs. Bullock leave for a
short trip to Atlanta, Ga? 'returning ,
here tomorrow and will make their '
home with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gam- j
1 r\-r\ CAnfVi Moin ctrfiof
v/i ^11 VU UVUbii xiiitAxu
"Mrs. Bullock expects to conduct one
or two more contests between now
and Christmas after which time she
will give up the work and live in Abbeville.
"Mr. Bullock has the responsible po- j
sition of night ticket agent at the j
Seaboard Air Line railroad. The |
bride while a stranger here has made j
many friends who wish her much happiness."
DIAMONDS FOR MISS WILSON.
House to Give Pendant Set with 80
Stones as Wedding Pesent.
Washington, AovemDer 11.?a pen- i
dant made up of one canary diamond
weighing six and one-half carats, surrounded
by 85 smaller diamonds, arranged
in a pear shape and attached
to a neck chain in which smaller diamonds
are set, will be the gift of the
House of Representatives to Miss j
Jessie Wilson when she marries
Francis B. Sayre in the White House
on November 25. Republican Leader
Mann, who started the movement by
which individual members of the
House contributed more than $2,000
for the gift, announced the description
in a formal statement to-day.
Mr. Mann explained that the com-1
mittee studied many suggestions and
designs and had the advice and aid
of Miss Genevieve CJark, daughter of
"Many beautiful pieces and sets of
silverware were suggested," said Mr.
Mann, "but the committee finally determined
to' select something with
more of an individual and special
rhnrsrfer than the conventional tea
and coffee service with its accompanying
which the lady will learn to love more
and more with time?an ornament for j
' - i ?mi ?; ? + I
I personal use, wmcn win give wuaiojn j
! pleasure to the owner?a thing of rare
i and singular beauty, neither ostentatious
or glaringly ornate.
"As the love and respect of the
whole American people will go wi-Jh
Miss Wilson through her entire life,
I this unique reminder of that love will
i always be with her, undimmed and
j untarnished by the lapse of years."
The gift will be in a jewelry box j
j with the following inscription: !
, "Presented to Miss Jessie Woodrow |
j "Wilson bv the members of the United
refore this stock is b
tnrk is v**t unhrnlci
V IN FOR
in gunmetal, B1
$4 oo Patent
Blucher and bu
for men, now -
lift "Arnold" $4.,;
Pl| *n *an> buttc
mh metal, Blucher 1
jgX? made, now - V
Assortment of 1
Blucher, and bi
Shoes, $2> value,
ICE. Boys' "Prince
or yourself other 4.1-01 -l. c
bat we have not metal. Blucher S
o list Why not formerly 00,
. in half?
States house of representatives as a
token of their affectionate interest
regard, on her marriage, November 25,
When Senator Martin's clerical
force reached his office today they
fo\md a waiting line of well dressed,
eager-eyed men, who appeared too
prosperous for officeseekers. Some- j
what bewildered, a clerk opened the j
office door and the waiting line passed
through, each man with a card,'
each card inscribed "Mr. So and So.
representing such and such jewelers."
A new person appeared intermittently
all day and everyone brought
catalogues from some would-be purveyor
of jewels and silverware to the
Senator from New Jersey, who has
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on behalf of the Senate for Miss Wilson.
APPOINTS H. S. HOLMAN.
Governor Reconsiders and Xames
Third Member of Orangeburg
Columbia, November 14.?Henry S.
Holman, of Orangeburg, was appointed
late today by Governor Blease as
a member of the dispensary board for
Orangeburg county. This completes
the board, over the naming of which
there was such a stir in Orangeburg
county for the last several weeks.
Hn"U ^ ~ 4- "U /\f f V? O tH
jL lit: (J L11C1 l*> U lUtiilUtl kJ Ul LUVy t/vsi** v?
are A. S. Dukes and Edgar L. Culler,
these having been named recently by
The governor gave out no statement j
with the official appointment of Mr. j
Holman, which read simply that Mr.
Henry S. Holman was appointed for
the term provided by law, which is
For Clean and Beautiful Premises. I
The Mollohon Manufacturing company
offers annually four prizes to
those having the best -arranged and
cultivated flower yards and cleanest
premises. These are offered with a
view to encourage the people of the'
village in taking a special pride in
the appearance, neatness and improvement
of their lot.
Judges, who are disinterested par
ties, are appointed to decide on these.
Those receiving the prizes this year
ending November 1st were: 1st prize,
Mrs. J. E. Darby; 2nd prize, Mrs.
Eari Shealv; 3rd prize, Mrs. Mace.
Wright; 4tli prize, Mrs. W. .T. OulVvftrtcnn
U V l lOVUi ; i
Iica vonra wA 1 occ nf
11UV/ M. VgUA V*
eing sacrificed. T
en. We must rai
ra Cloaks now s
Shoe for men, Ladies' "<
ueher, branded vici kid, siz
$3-5? $2.49 a $2.00 vali
nobby toe, s
$2.89 'sold for $2.
50 men's Shoes Tan Butt
>n and gun- a ucaL' Ui<
land- J2 95 Sh0e,n0w
???? Misses' \
nen's gunmetal, and Blucb
itton 1 AO warranted i
Victor," gun- "Powhat
hoes, d*1 AC- School Shoi
now $1 .VD sizes 8 to i;
w All 10
SC ladies' Hos(
' only pair
Is only a few day
our thoughts are
Back, back, back to
Where the sweet
Back, hack, bacfc to
Where the mist is
Back to the fields wJ
Back to the farm i
Back again to sunsh
And the old folks <
And the next
shall we take a
Lome to us. i
make the old foil
We have a la
assortment of gif
cost or value.
ise money, so
isses' and children's
selling:, bier reduction
Corker" brand Shoes,
:es 3 to 8, d*1 OA
ather Shoes for ladies,
;izes3to8, d*j HQ
50, now <pl?iO
on Shoes for ladies, ,
sssy $3.00 J2 2Q
rici Kid Shoes, button
er, sizes 13 to 2,
tan" Shoes. A good
s for little boys AO
3, now - - 301
ies, assorted colors,
s, your cnoice
and 15c. men's and
1 to be sold for
s off and naturally
beginning to turn
the old folks at home
mother and father,
iere the daisies grow,
vhere the roosters crow,
\ne and roses
question is, what
ls a Thanksgiving'
-et us help you to
cs and your friends
; i t
rge and beautiful
ts to select from.
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