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SILK HOSE AT 50c.
Gordon Silk Hose in whi < . black and all
colors, silk from toe.to heel, a world bea er
CORSETS AND BRASS1ERS.
New shipment go ; n sale here this week.
iWe can suit your figure and give you the
righ: size in the best standard makes at ">0c,
?1.00, *1.:>0, $2.00 and $3.00.
Krassiers have come to be an absolute
necessity. Xew line o:i sale at *>0e
HAY LACE SPECIALS.
One table cf Cluny Edges and Bands,
worth up to 25c, at choice, the yard 10c
One lot of Shadow Laces, worth up to 20c,
choice, lie yard 10r
One table of Lace Torchons and Yals,
worth up lo 10c and 12 1-2c, May sale price
One lot of Xiglit Gowns, trimmed wi h
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lace ana emuroiuei v, ?n su^o,
on the bargain table at, choice 9S<*
Women's Princess Slips, large variety of
pretty s vies to select from, worth $1.50 to
$1.98 each, choice 9Sc
\V men's Pe ticoats. large variety of
styles, the kind you usually pay $l.r?o to
72.00. for May sale price .choice J^c
Every day finds something new
better hat values than you can se
our big May sale. :
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40 1\! i! WHITE LAWN AT 10c.
Fine quali y 4<t-inch White Lawn, in
lengths .1 111 to 20 yards, worth 1 .*?< , on
t^ie bargain table at ...10c
(JET READY FOR COMMENCEMENT.
White Voile, 4"? inches wide for commencement
dresses, worth ."?0c yard, May
sale price -*>c
French Batiste 4.", inches wide, ex ra line
a..d Siieer. worth 3J>c, a big leader at only,
the yard 2">c
DOMESTICS VERY MI CH I'NDERI'RICED
otj-inc'i Poe Mills Bleaching, 8 l-2c kind,
4'?-inch Sea Island, the 8 l--c kind, at
.'iO-inci Lmsdale Cambric, regular l"?c
special, at the ya'd (limited) ..10c
22 l-2c* heavy f ather Ticking on sale at
32-inch Cheviot Shirtings for work shir s,
w rth 12 l-2c. on sale at S l-3c
SKI*A KATE SKI IM S.
Handsome Skirts made of tine quality,
truck F e ch Srrge. the perfect fitting girdle
top places t'.iem in th 1 front rank of
stvl<\ His; assortmen , values up to $.">.00,
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Yawl wide fine quality of wide wash white
Pique, worth - ">(*, special May sale price 1"><*
Fine white Flaxon I .awn, the kind tha
was 2.">c a yard, all go this week at the
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4.">-inch fine white Crepe for waists and
dre5?is, wor h 2~>c, May sale price, the
yad 12 1-2c
EXTliA SPECIAL. I
Women's white Pique Skirts, worth $1.50,
cut to only OSc
All Tailor-made Sui s will go this week
at half price.
LADIES SIMMER I'M) KK WE A R.
J00 dozen ladies' ribbed Vests, tape neck
a d arm boles, a 10c value, live to each buyer
Ribbed I'nion Suits with knee pan s, special
at only ^c
Ribbed lisle Drawers, with lace edge, spe
Lisle Ribbed Vests, with stay up straps
Extra sizes 7, 8 and 9, at only . ..121-2c
MAY SALE (TRTAIX MATERIAL.
Regular l">c floral bordered Scrim at 10c
2-")c floral bordered Scrim at life
2~>c cream and ecrue hemstitched Scrim.
special May sale price 10c
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For SORE HEAD I I
?~~\ This dread disease will
fa " I /? _ nrrtrticallv ruin the flock
unless ttuickly checked.
Sore Head (Chicken Pox)
25 and .r>0c
is a sure euro.
Fight lice, rr.itos. etc.,
with a sure weapon. .
PraitS. Powdered Lice Killer
25c and 50c. Is easily applied and never fails. I
Refuse substitutes; insist on Pratts.
- Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back
^ Ggt J'ralUs 160 page Poultry Bouk
For sale by
Gilder & Weeks, Newberry, S. C.
Johnson & MeCrackin, Newberry, S. C.
Y\ G. Mayes, Newberry, S. C.
Summer Bros, Newberry, S. C.
Newberry Drug Co., Newberry, S. C.
P. E. Way, Newberry, S. C.
Brown, Hipp & Swittenberg, Newberry, j
r. T. Mayes <fc Co., .\ewDerry. s.
J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity, S. C.
NOTICE OF ELECTION IX FLINT
HILL DISTRICT NO. 51.
Whereas, one-third of '^he resident j
I Ni? Well I
"Thedford's Black-Draught I
is the best all-round medicine I
I ever used," writes J. A. I
Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas. I
"I suffered terribly with liver I
iV?1 OAfilrl rro-f tin H^n I
Ill UUUiCO, aim WU1U gvi IIV JlV.llW.lt ;
The doctors said 1 had con- |
sumption. I could not work at I
all. Finally I tried
I and to my surprise, 1 got better, 1
,and am to-day as well as any I
man." Thedford's Black- J
Draught is a general, cathartic, I
vegetable liver medicine, that B|j
has been regulating irregular:- Kj1
ties of the liver, stomach and [
bowels, for over 70 years. Get
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electors and a like proportion of the
resident freeholders of the age of
21 years, of Fli-nt Hill school district
\'o. 51, of the county of Newberry*
State of S)u:h Carolina, have filed a
petition with the County Board of Educaion
of Xewberiv County. South
Carolina, petitioning: and requesting
that an dec ion be held in said school
district on the qii stion of repealing
<1 ciuwiu] a :ntial tax of two mills
heretof ?re levied and now being collected
011 all the 'usable property
within school district No. ."1 of Newberry
County, t :e State of S -nth Car>lina.
under Section 1712 Vol. 1. of ;he
1^12 Code of Laws of S. C.
Now. therefore, the undersigned,.
. onip 'sin.u he County Board of Education
for Xewbe ry County, South
Carolina, dj h rebv order the Board
)! Trustees of the Fli t Hill SchooL
District No. ">1. io hold an el c ion on
:he saiil question of repealing said tax
heretofore levieJ on lie property located
in the said school district, which.
<aid election shall be held at Flint
Hill scho ! house, in said school district
No. ol, on Saturday, May 23,
1914, at which said election the polls
shall be opened at 7 a. m. and closed
a 4 p. m. The members of the beard
of trustees 'of said school district shall
ac^: as managers of said election. Only
such electors as reside in said school
district and return real cr personal
property for taxation, and who exhibit
their ax receipts and registration certificates
as required in general elecions,
shall be allowed to vote. Electors
favoring the repeal of such tax
shall cast a ballot containing the
word "Yes" written or prin:ed thereon,
md eacQ elector cpposeu iu rcyca?iu6
iuch tax shall cast a bahjt containing
the word "No" written or printed
Given under our hands and soal on
May 4, 1914.
Geo. D. Brown,
S. J. Derrick,
J. S. Wheeler,
County Board of Education for Newberry
Conn y, S. C.
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AUT1LJS Ut I13.U umnAiiuL.
Xotice is hereby given rhat tne undersigned
will apply to the probate
court for Newberry county for fin*: I
discharge as administratrices of the
personal estate of E. P. Whitman, deceased,
on the 29th day of May, 1S14,
ar 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
Jane C. Whiteman,
TO DRAW JURY.
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned Jury Commissioners for
Newberry county, S. C., will at the
office of the clerk of court for said
county, at 9 o'clock a. m., May 22nd,
1914, openely and publicly draw the
names of 36 men, who shall serve as
petit jurors at the court of general
sessions, which shall convene at Newberry
court house, S. C., June Sth,
Jno. Tj. Epps,
Eug. S. Werts,
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jno. U. uuggans,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
County, S. C.
May 11th, 1914.