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We invite you to this store
child. The best and latest si
Extra Special.?100 L
twice the price.
Extra Special.?150 L;
week at $3,49, $4.98 and $7.
The newest things in La
Skirts, Dresses and Waists,
the newest material and co
We are making special price
any garment in our ready-to-^
department. Don't miss se
?\ /ii * run
vress hoods and Mlks
* pieces plaid silk, 27 an
inches wide, at 85c and $1.0(
yard.2 Splendid colorings.
120 pieces 36 inch fine ch
taffeta, all colors, no spliti
Tub sil?~iiwlll" he pretty
shades at 50c the yard.
20 pieces plaid dress gc
fancy checks and black and w
at lOe yard.
25c quality fancy plaid c
goods, per yard 15c.
36 inch plaids, all colors, m
beautiful school dresses,
value, at 25c yard
in Pacific serge, all woo
best colors, 50c kind at 39c y
in amosk? ag, guarantee
wool serge, all colors, at 48c
inch all-wool gabardine
suitings, make pretty coat si
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BUT LITTLE LIGHT four
0>' BLEASE CAUCUS t.on
Claimed >'o Definite Action Was Taken Scin
Regarding Proposition to woul
Print Paper. Or
News and Courier. mem
Columbia, Oct. 29.?There has been who
a good deal of comment and talk re- sum:
garding a caucus or meeting of the so- Blea
called Blease faction which was held wan
in Columbia on Wednesday afternoon j wan
, from2 5:30 to 7 o'clock. There were: wer<
rumcrs around Columbia that night said,
that the. meeting was held for this pur- fron
pose or that purpose. One of the most to fl
persistent was that the caucus considered
the possibility of either former
Governor Cole. L. Blease or Mr. W. A.
Stuckey of Bishopville for governor, pres
but it develops that this was not for- jine s
mally discussed. There was, of course, j ones
a good deal of talking by informal! in^01
groups regarding politics, but nothing ^0UI
It is widely reported that a man who
formerly held an important position atlV
under the state government, and was Brar
a well-known anti-Blease man, was ^
present at the caucus, but whether this men
was so or not the News and Courier Lex*
correspondent has not been able to Thos
To Decide on Paper. w- 3
From reliable information which has
leaked out, and what this correspondsent
has obtained, it appears that the of A
meeting was called ostensibly for the 0l ^
purpose of deciding on whether the sent4
Blease faction should continue their tanl5
y TJ p
plans laid more than a year ago to ;
organize a paper or abandon the at- 0i R
tempt. It is said that some $5,000 had 1
been subscribed towards the establish- kment
of the paper, and of this amount Kell<
20 per cent had been paid in. The meet- I ^
ing was to decide whether the organiT
zaticn plans should b> completed or "J"
ivhpt^or tba mnvpmprii should be ! 05
drop ;ed and the money returned to the I Pf')j
subscribers. ra^ *
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Inr'crmation obtained by this eorre- J "
spon:lent is that the meeting developed ' ; *]
a gc ^d deal of a threshing out of dif-i that
ferences which were visible in the fac- beinj
tion List .summer, and adjourned with- ! hut
out decided anything definite as to the; w^0!
paper. But the impression seems to j lor*a
prevail that the paper proposition is in | plac<
It is stated that several of the ers'
speakers who got up lauded Mr. Blease La
for governor.-; .Qn& prominent speaker, the :
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I ll?l IIWIIMM IIIHIWWB ! ! ? I ! ! !
; Whole Family Here
for vour wants in Drv Goods. Clothing
tyles ever offered, and for less here.
adies' New Coat Suits, latest models pu'
adies' and Misses' Sport Coats and Long
in serges, poplins, gab;
, dines and broadcloth, $1.25 v
ues, cut to 98c yard.
' ^ t ! IV 1 T1 *1 1
iors. Ladies, misses ana toiiare
iS on Sweaters
eing Our variety is large, our i
sortment of sizes is comple
our styles are new, priced 5(
$1.00, $2.00 up to $2.98.
sd 36 Wool garments for the lit
) the children, all hand made. Saqu<
sweaters, leggins and caps all
iffon match. Priced to suit ev<
ting, one, 25c up.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests
doz extra heavy bleach
t x j. nr_
>oas, vests at ^oc,
hite, 30 doz extra fine bleach
ribbed fleeced vests at 90c suit
Iress 10 doz ribbed wool vest at
and $1.50 each.
akes 60 doz children's and miss
35c bleached ribbed vests at 19 a
1, all 50 doz children's and missi
,, ribbed union suits at 25 and 5<
d all }
: yd; Men's and Boys' Underwear
and , , ... ?
jits, 50 doz men s heavy fleec
shirts and drawers at 39c each.
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? L A N D
papers were friendly to the fac- Governor Blease t
<?:id supported their side of the gentlemen in his o
;e, and that only two of these, the should be done wi
titar and the Farmers' Tribune, lected a year ago t
id print everytning. i am not, ana ao
:e of the attendants of the meeting, candidate for lieut
stated, was John G. Richards, a was my name men
iher of the railroad commission, therewith."
was defeated for governor last -j^e meeting was
mer after he declared in favor of Sapp of Lancas
se. He it is said, expressed his ?
n support of Governor Blease, and
ted to know "what his traducers 11 ers0
i willing to do." At this point, it is The Associatioi
factional differences left over Teachers represen
i the last campaign smouldered in- Anderson, Pickens,
ames. * ville, which conve:
Largely Attended. Friday an(i Saturdi
its meetings, by s
tere is said to have been about 200 ...
the college audits
ent from nearly every county in ? , , . .
Hancl, state inspec
State. Some of the most prominent . _ ..
conducted the con
in attendance, according to the , v
. . day the members
-mation given to the News and ,
. , . , , w^re guests of the
ler s correspondent, were: Charles
oil Sims of Barnwell, Senator D. i distinguished
ohnson of Greenwood, Represent- j the association wa
I J i. ^ r x"U _ TT;
i R. D. White of Clarendon, T. F. ut!I1L Ui quiver
ltley of Orangeburg, T. H. Murph Hna. On Saturda:
t. Matthews, Solicitor G. B. Tim- an address in the c
nan and Senator W. H. Sharpe of spear class, his th
ngton, W. H. Windle of Fort Mill, ^e lyceum seri
>. Talbird of Beaufort, L. M. C. (jay evening, Octol
?ros and Col. Gaston of ^iken, gram rendered by
Beard and Representative J. tra
ard Moore of Abbeville, Supervisor
firt,. /"< i ?, - ~ ? A..
2. King and Sheriff J. H. M. Ashley ucmsou'ilu
.nderson, Sheriff Hendrix Rector waS Wltness d
reenville, C. C. iWyche and Repre- the fax?ult> and stl
ative W. S. Rogers, Jr., of Spar- Invitations have
urg, Dr. W. L. Settlemeyer and J. the faculty and tl
uice of Oaffney, Capt. "Pet" Smith Estherian Literary
ock Hill, 0. N. Sapp of Lancaster, lowe'en party whi<
ton Kelly of Kershaw county, B. the evening of Oct
Itothart of Charleston, B. Frank nier Literary socie
sy and W. A. Stuckey of Bishop-J Miss Miriam iW'e<
, "Josh" Kirven of Darlington, class of 1914, has r
iff Burcli of Florence, J. G. Long, visiting Miss Mars
of Union. Senator 0. P. Goodwin Miss s.tranathan
Laurens. Attorney General T. H. fQr . th0 week.en
rles and Assistant Attorney Gene- Greenville Woman'
"red H. Dominick Sheriff Hunter T .
, Miss Leila Link
ansaster and others. ,
! recently visited Mis
lere was a report after the meeting !
TA* \ Cfnc.L-ov /->f IJicVinnvHIn U'Of ! 41.
>v . --x. oiuvftsj vi uioui/jj.iuv ""-5 1 Vtl'Il III
z groomed for lieutenant governor, j Master Jimmie
this is denied by Mr. Stuckey, j ]-jas answered our
>e friends say he is of guberna- i question, "How mi
.1 size and w ill not take second i a cube to make it
? on any ticket. (Mr. Stuckey is anSwer is the decii
% brought forward by a new farm- Here is another
movement. ]ong was cut in tw
te last night Mr. Stuckey gave out piece was % of t)
following statement: "I was re- How long was ea
ted in a personal letter "from ex- Ledger.
From Head to Fo
and Furnishings for the man, lady
t on sale this week at $10 and $15, wc
Coats, plaids and mixtures, on sale
or. I 50 Hny mnn'c Viqcmttt rih
Ml W UVAJ 11AVU O ilV/U r Jf LIU
al- shirts and drawers at 45c eacl
100 boys extra fine union s
> at 45c each.
" ^ 50 doz boys' fleeced underw
at only 25c each.
as' Outings and Flannelette
!je' Underwear outings in li
' and dark colors, strines
) checks, at 5c, 7c and 10c.
50 pieces amoskeag outing
e?' solid colors, pin stripe and che
j? at 10c yd.
!ry 1 solid case extra heavy f
nelettes, 12$c kind, at 10c y;
Shoes for Everybody
ed Men's heavy cap toe shoes
ied Men's heavy leather work sh<
black and tan, at $1.98.
$1 Men's flexible work shoes, v
soles, black and tan, at $2.9E
es' Bo> s' heavy work shoes at $1
nd Boys' best work shoes at $1
Children's vici and gun m<
ftS* cnVinnl cVinac Q17DC 19 tn 9 of <
0V/I1UV/1 JL*~ VW W) UV )e.
Men's dress shoes, all leathi
at $1.89 and $2 98.
Walkover and Imperial shi
ed in all styles at $3, $3.50. $4
R O n 5
o meet a number of TO BALLOT OX 5EW CC
ffice to discuss what
th some money col- Governor to Fix Date of 31
o start a newspaper. Election Soon.
not intend to be, a
enant governor, nor Columbia, Oct. 27.?After
tioned in connection number of citizens interested
sented the facts to him Govei
. n nin? this morning announce
> presided over by C.
would order an election on t
sition to form the new coun
Cormick out of portions of .
n College. Greenwood and Edgefield cou
i of High School McCormick as the county s
ting the counties of i governor will later fix the da
, Oconee and Green-1 election to be held.
ned in Anderson on I McCormick county recently
ly of last week, held | a majority vote at the polls,
pecial invitation, in | declared invalid by the cour
orium. Mr. W. H. r count of all requirements ol
tor of high schools, for forming new counties n<
ference. Ot Satur- been complied with.
of the association The governor this morning
college at luncheon. Jame$ S. Betenbaugh auditor
A . county, vice T. J. Betenbaugl
educator present at , _. ...
^ ? . ed. The new auditor is a 6
sDr. Currell, presi- - ... ,
. V, former auditor and was a cle:
sity of South Caro- . ...... i.,
father during the latter s life
f morning he made , , , ,
, . was recommended by a largi
ollege to the Shake.
? . of Union county citizens. Ti
eme being Macbeth.
several applicants ior tne p<
es began on Satur- addition to Mr. Betenbaugh.
:>er 16, with a pro- ^
the L. A. C. orches- PUT 'THE AD IN NETVSP
. . , fBest Way to Reach People, ft
burn foot ball game ' _ . .
a large number of
French Lick Springs, Ind., i
been received by The American Traffic associ
le members of the convention here, today ^ontei
society to a Hal- the best way of placing railr
;h will be given on tables before the public was
ober ^3-0, by the La- tise them in the newspapers,
ty. decided that the old custom i
?ks of Aiken, of the tising the arrival and deps
eturned home, after trains should be revived.
Irrtyvtl. Vvt nAll
uuai >uu accp u* juu,
had as her guest , _ .
? change and mend; but wo:
d '.Miss Goodhue of , ..
-poken can never be recall*
of Converse college -uc*
is Margaret Perrin. A good word is an easy ol
B*""" but not to speak ill requires
ic Prize. silence which costs us nothi
Abell of Newberry jotson>
last mathematical ?=td=>
ich must be cut off (Thousands who have done "
a cylinder?" The ing America first are now cou
mal .2146. costs and the assets. Wheth
: A rope 130 feet they recognize it now, they hi
o so that % of one balance to the good.
tie other in length. ?
.eh -piece??Gaffney .-All right to trust in diplon
"keep your powder dry" mean
I., i .I in -
Best Ground Insert Lens% 51.0
Of Best Ground Rimless L^ns, $2.C
Kriptop $8.00 and up per pair.
; Gold Filled Frames and Nose Mc
)fth ings' ^2'50 pair*
Solid Gold Frames and Nose Pi<
this Eyes tested and gla&ses fii
Broken lens and prescriptions di
cated. All work guaranteed.
P. C. JEANS & CO.,
. . Jewelers and Optometrists.
^ HOMICIDE NEAR LEXINGTO
uits Charles AT. Roof Shot to Death?1
Lexington, Oct 27.?Charles M. P
a prominent Lexington county far
was shot and killed by T. Frank <
fith, brother of Capt. D. J. Griffith
ffht perintendent of the State penitent:
? at Smith's Pand, four miles wes
Lexington, about 3:15 o'clock this
ernoon. Griffith used a shotgun. D
r was instantaneous. Particulars of
' tragery are not available at this h
'CKS Coroner and sheriff have been ord
| to the scene.
'an- m ,
There are two days about whicn
ira. body should worry, and these are
terday and tomorrow.?Robert J. 1
It will often lighten your bur<
if you will try to bear the "burden
Man should ever look to his last
76lt and no one should be called happy
fore his funeral.?Ovid.
Z S Wa
3es, 5 mut]]y
100 2 youf
W?:.ri' rt. I;7, M LijoilXK
W Illlll no r
I ' really
lO'TY. J|| III 'jj|j||| I
nor Man- Jh i
ntres with *
eac. me ^ ^
te for the S**X*MXM?*A
of Union ine,
i, deceas- ^^d?wn th? fecdbij
on of the ^
rk for his K E D
" ": lly horseandMi
'!^.^ere It's something the horse!
1 ? n appetite?starts the sali
|||||\r Far superior to an all gi
WM mules a treat, and at the sj
APER Mm Our RED SHIRT (first gra
S contains Corn, Oats, Ground
avfl Trof an<i pure cane molasses, and
3 irai- ww Protein 10%; Fat 3%;
^ nftnop o - irm n ifni l
I riEUMUM flUKM ? nMLE mvu
I ^ 12<5fc; Carbohydrates 65%.
MoT ml ^ywAMPTnvHOBSE&MDtEMOLASSEi
ided that I | PERFECTION HORSE & MULE FEED J
oad time' I Protein 12%: Fat 3%:Fibre 12%; C>
I ? :? Alfalfa Meal.
to adver-1 5 ?
h i' RED shiri
X First Grade: A balanced ration co:
irture Of1 ^ keeps them in good condition. Increas
? at a reduced cost of feeding. Contai
: 1|[| Ground Alfalfa, Pure Cane Molasses
^ Fibre 129b; Carbohydrates 60%.
>-ou may | PIEDMONT DAIRY FEED
rf ?nco I RED SHIRT BOG FEB)
iri ?T ?- screenings;
fTe manufacture aiso RED SHIRT S(
''SEVEN EGGS A WEEK" HEN MAS!
.Rice, Cottonseed Meal, Cow Peas
Protein IS ft; Fat 4%; Fibre 12
/ J As shown on the bags in our ad. n
?Ti]_ products, even to the bags and
^lllli^ for Oata, Corn, Wheat, Alf
^We also carry a^
with. *ee- Our feeds as
ntingth* Wtf>\ f * YV on cje"tific *
\( || *reatest^nou;
xacy,. but: .CHAR
VDR. F.C. MARTIN
a to Specialist
Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses ,
and Artificial Eyes
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Hint- ; 7f vniir (<VM nrp onviticr vnn trrvnKl<*
- j ? ? - - "uuuivdon't
fail to consult him. 1
Satisfaction Guaranteed I
tted. Office over At derson's Dry Gotd
CITATION NOTICE. * I
Tbe State of South Carrolina, County
y of Newberry.?By C. C. Schumpert,
Probate Judge: :
Whereas, Leila K. and Annie L. Gra- jm
I ham made suit to me to grant them let- fl
ters of administration of the estate and
loof, ejects of J. H. P. Cromer
mer These are, therefore, to cite and ad- M
jrif. rnonish all and singular the kindred 0
I and f>rpr5itnr.?: nf thp .cairi J H P frn
, au- I ? ? ^ ?. - . w j
iary,! mer? deceased, that they be and appear
t of! before me, in the Court of Probate, to
aft- i be held at Newberry, S. C., on Novemeath
ber J2th next, after publication hereof.
theI at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show 4 I
10ur. cause, if any they have, why the said
ere(j cdrinitiation hould not be granted.
Given under my nand and seal this
anii. _i _ r> /-v 4 i a r\ -
iaui aay or uciooer, Anno ix>mom
no- 1915. C. C. SHUMBERT,
Italy's thrift in setting her Austrian M
war prisoners to work is only a trans- /m
lens planting. Germany has done thai all ? >
s along, and it is not only a measure of
economy, but of policy. By this plan
day, the captives are distributed instead of
be- herder, are more comfortable and
therefore less troublesome. fl
r upon Pain! S (
in is a visitor to every home and - ?
. Za iu P..? _ M
11 CUUIC1 <jUUC UUU^CWICUIJ'. JUU.% ; :
e prepared for every emergency if jit
;ep a small bottle of Sloan's CjP jj[
;nt handy. It is the greatest ; M ^H|
2fier ever discovered. w
Simply laid on the skin? ^ I
ubbing required?It drives ^jgnEj^SnS I
>ain away instantly. It is
I ^ I BUS BOS | H
// sprains] iff jh
s0re<ausfj|#i5 ' fl
greatest thing 0^ aBBM ^ I
nodern feeding V^/ "aSS W 9T 'W . *8c
LASSES. It cots ^
il and boilds op th? ?tock? TV *u ?^cninc* '* ?? (uf? fl
r. onj milloa lilfP?tnVCS tfl6ITI 8H JH :
9 aJUU Atl Uivw ! ? 0 -
va running and aids digestion. BBn
ain feed. Give your horses and
ime time save money. \||i^ j
de) Horse and Mule Molasses Feed wpSI I
Alfalfa, made appetizing with salt ||?|| fl
Fibre 12%; Carbohydrates 57% ===? 2|
i o a ? An*lvz?f: Pro
\S3fcS ttll) o^'cr.Fat lW!o\ Fibre
JtTrn (3rd Grade) This analyze*: Protein 9%^fl
LL Fat 2%; Fibre 12%; Carbohydrates tiflM
Dry Mixed) We manufacture also a dry mixed (na^H
Molasses) Horse and Male Feed, which analyzes: |H
irbohydrates 57%. This is composed of straight *n
^ DAIRY FEED |H|
ntaininjr Molasses. Cattle are very fond of it? 9
,es the flow and enriches the quality of the milk
ins ground Corn, C. S. Meal, Wheat Middling, <H
and Salt. Analyzes: Protein 159c; Fat 3%; ?|H H
*i-A. r;kn vwHSBm
ide?Analyzes: Protein 12%; rat *7270, *???
ion of Digestive Tankage, Ground Corn, Rice
very fattening-. Keeps the hogs in good "ondition.
:ratch Feed and RED SHIRT Baby Chick Feed, jmi |
i| Composed of Ground, Corn, Ground Mjj| H
- Oats, Ground Wheat, Barley, Maize, I
, Meat Meal and Linseed Meal. Analysis: fl
7c ; Carbohydrates 40<Tc. ,^=7
learlv all of our feed is made from Carolina fl
? *i.->~fnro in the market HI
twine.?w k aie, uili
alfa Hay and any other kind of Hay~
fall stock of GRAIN, HAY -,
shown above are mixed fir
rinciples to furnish the //
ishment at the lowest jf ylaBMKagalm J
is shown yoa how to II
ed bills down. Write II .
>r etc. ^