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The herald and news. (Newberry S.C.) 1903-1937, July 25, 1916, Image 5

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Wednesday,
I High Class A
fi ~ ance of all Summer
A not carrying over a si
reductions here. All <
H etcmust he closed 01
W Semi-Ai
>
9
l rue to our
W
a another. A half-pric
faL } the store.
I Ladies' Skirts Red
Bra Supply your summer needs
' lnwprfrl nrir?AR. Ahout one
I._.. ?r
ladies' wool skirts to be closei
Rack 1. One lot black and i
serge and poplin skirts worth
$8.50, choice of any skirt on
Rack 2. One iot extra large
? <*ri j # /I [
sz to 38 waist measure, ?o.c
and $6.50 skirts, choice of rac
Rack 3. One lot black and l
mm \
W skirts, made of good quali
worth $3.50 to $5.00, choice f
m Millinery Cleara
The last, a final clearance c
W mer millinery. All untrimi
that sold as high as $2.00, i
f $4.00, choice of any untrimn
the store, each
r Clarendon Bed Spreads \
1 AA fiJnrA V\A/^ nrvurto^p
ilUV CALlct &14C UCU opx gau
$1.98 seller, as long as the
two spreads to each buyer
Fine Figured La1
/ One complete counter full
organdies and voiles, all f?
worti and 20c, all bunche*
at one price the yard
>
(19c Hock Towels at 12(
25 doz large size bleac
towels, a big 20c seller at eac
Yal and Linen Laces at 3
A big table full of val an
k laces in bo#i edgings and i
I 8 and 10c values, one price, cl
II White Goods at 10
All kinds of white goods {
big table.
40 in white lawn, checke
white waistings, etc, 12A, 1:
values, choice of the lot, yd...
mauammnummmmmKswsammmmm min mm i wiffwroa?uw?wbm
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CLEAN UI
MMHBNMMMwnmuBaaDMwiaM?rraM?BnBMnHi wmm""
?s tar:
^Jd^26thj_a
I
lerchandise at Sensation
Goods. We make thest
ngle dollars worth of th
odds and ends, broken as
it. No matter what the
\
Miual Clean Up of R(
policy, we never carry
e ticket has been slapped
\ ~
aced Pajama Ch
at these 35 m new, cle
s hundred grade, 10 yds for
a out.
lavy blue , ri
$6.50 to Ladies House
jq^o One Hundred dresses in
_____ . $1.25 and $1.50 dresses,
size skirts quickly, choice
50, $7.00
:k_ $5.98 ;
klllO Tnrkisli Bath
iav j uiuc ? ?? ?
hr S&]^9& ' P'ain white, large size i
big 25c seller, limited six
buyer at only each
nee
if all sum- Hock Towels al
eo6nn kats Full bleached, a gooc
j? ana an(j neatly hemmed gi
neri ns,L in . ,m.
^ cneap ai i?$c, saie pncc <
1129 White Linen
' a rianHv 36 inches wide' finely
lot lasts heavy grade' fine for 1
eskirts, biouse, etc, 20c va
*L29 the yd
wns Ladies' Silk Hose
of lawns, white and black, pur
ist colors, hose, high spliced, dou
3 together and toe, 2 pairs to each t
1 Oc _________
. kd 5c Embroidery
, , , , One lot embroidery
e "UC worth 10 and 15e throw:
? I2c bargain table, to clea
quickly, choice yd
c Yard
j ^ifnr IW
LQ torcnon upvviui IWI *?
tnsertings, Men's Checked Nainso
loice yd 3c an(j short Drawers, wort]
~ Sale price, each
^ 200 dozen Men's Hem.<
)iled on a kerchiefs, a good soft qu
? ? n i
10c seiler. Sale price, e
id dimity, One lot Men's Silk S
j and 2Cc navy blue, worth 19c, cu
lCc pair
Jj| J^| A
3 SALE I
H
1 ^ /&%.
iuai anwc
rs
r
9
it Nine O cloc
al Reductions. It's an
z reductions to live up t
e present seasons goods
sortments, discontinued \
sacrifice all summer goo
iady-to-Wear Garmenl
over any garment from
n 1 ._ TT7_
on every jxeaay-zu- vv e
ecks Children's Slipper
an goods, 15c 200 pairs in the 1
9 5c worth 75c up to 31.S
gain counter, per pa
?
Dresses D . n
Bargain J
the lot, $1.00, SoUd Colored Ch
to close out , . ,
, g ghams, Apron Gmgh
light and dark colors
???- worth 8 1-3 and 10c
Towels
and heavy, a White Bed Spi
towels to each Double bed size w
19c weight and a good vi
' sale, each ......
q 200 dozen ready n
^ 45x36 full bleached
I heavy huck muslin. Spe
ood size, and Pleach
each 8c
woven and a
niddies, wash
clue, sale price |1|\
?_.12? and 15c MB I \
V \
at 50c
e thread silk Forced to cl
ble heel, sole Low Oil
>uyer at pr 50c
_______ We want to turn J
j I. Cut Shoes into cash
? ? biggest shoe sale of
and insertion at the values we are
n Out- On the Misses' and Child
11 UP the Pumps, pair
5c
About 200 pair M
White Canvas two
sizes from 9 to 2. \
ok Undershirts cut to, per pair,?_
li 39c garment. One lot Ladies' w
25c vis Pumps, (small s
stitched Hand- $1.25. Cut to only,
ality and a big One lot Ladies' F
ach 5c strap Pumps, 52.50
ox, black and One lot Mary Ja
t to onlv, the Patent Leather Pun
12!-2c I S2.50apair. Choic
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?
Viimnaugh's j, ;,-l
~ I S:k
i eii.iiteen
i
I shoulders
i to contin
: ed us fr
'and be v
:k A. M.
: \Vp a rc
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BBIBbt?aWM?
j of Floreii
j the ables
j Kempe o:
absolute clear- ar" of ?
_ # f Peterson
0 our policy of j j P Mnler
t *% 1 /* McCants
iVo halfway ?w. wash
1 , Williston
lines, remnants, *Brethr,
<2s musf ao. jfJS;
pastor, I
I ville, S.
[ C asd hea
^ speak or
ant topic
I A-M/J C/9/YC/1H ^
one or 1
ar Uarment m school
of Bened
Carrie
college o
???np GrigSby <
n ,bia' ^a<1
s at 39c a Pair V3
C.
lot. Sizes 3 to 6, j We ^
25. Sale price, bar- \ ^ams ai
? Hl tO 7
ir ? - . . 39c I TirnrV
w.
Ma
rable, 5c
ambry, Dress Gin- MOUNTA
tarns, Calicoes, both
, goods in the lot
. . , - Anywh<
, choice yard 5c ycu wish
, Irut sceni
"They reads
at 98c tains'ai
voice the
ith plain hem, good grim's pi
due at $1.25. This JZu,
98c IJ motorist's
nade Pillow Cases. tours ai
j j c j country.
and made of good . ... _
? hills are
cial Clearance Sale them, it
9c II but an a
That y<
whicheve:
' glories ol
"What foo
aocords
taught
fWTeek" n
I _ .
V a j|tekeHis
\ I and disc*
k \ , i this poin
"See A
\[\ own state
is going
^5ja^-. v 1 ! country
* t* mmm!f - him with
The -INati
lose out all I j caught t1
_ Ttomobile
t Shoes ers-are
. When Ai
this stock of Low motorists
. - cation m
in a hurry. The make th(
the season. Look itiis nati
j From i
putting out. cific sh0
ren's White Canyas nins,t0 1
mg toun
_49c I (August
>1 j j "vacation
isses and Children s will see
strap Pumps. All roadVorth
?1 to $1.25, t
50c ! "Ther
queer-lo<
hite two strap Can- / things,"
izes) worth $1 and
the pair 59c , J * will 1
I paddle.
atent JLeather two yielding,
values, cut to Si.49 f,ve inrh
. Fashion
ne and Baby Doil sucii a ?
ips, worth $2 and nmy be
I fashion
form Iia
^^,J| . that fiist
I -wearer
^ existenc
JUL fhiiiif^ 1 tlie sue
land?(
t Herald,
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ANXOIXCOIEXT
L. v iiil ?nils Viiic ii'dL ti-St i5li.I2?
:i annua! ssion at
i.Ic Cross K < .ored
. ir- . ii .ill meet on the
t; viiiy o:' Ai;2;ist, i'JIG. This
ra is ex pectin;; to be the
ver been in hs history, it
a great work lor education
;ionary cause. For the last
years we have liad our
; to the wheel and we mean
ue until God snail nave c-ahom
labor to reward. Come
vith us and we will do yoa
o not fail to come for the
invited to attend this con;
expecting Dr. E. Jti. -Roberts
ice, S. who is one among
it men in this State. Dr. R.
t Charleston, S. C., Dr. How:>lumbia,
S. C., Rev. W. N.
of Newberry, S. C., Rev. D.
of Clinton, S. Rev. iS. A.
o n /"i
UL \JI CCIi V>UUU, O. V^., Jtic*. V-#.
ington of Saluda, S. C., Rev.
of Cross Hill and others,
jn are expected to take part
*reat work. Oh, yes, Dr.
if Bradly, S. C., and also our
lev. B. G. Dawson of AbbeC.,
will be here. Come, come,
.r these most able men.
1 some of the most imports,
and I myself will be thereu
[lessor William Pitts, and
:wo of Vaughnsville colored
teachers: Sallie Bell Pitts
i/vf ^ rl^^c^crn rinliimihia S If!
B. Fortune of (Morris
>f Sumter, S. C., and the
of Orangeburg, and of Colum- .
Seneca, S. C., and the old
C. Bluford of Chappells, Sl
11 meet you there. Our pno e
not out yet for us to preou
tie importance of our
j
%
M. iConnel, President.
,ggie Pitts, Secretary.
I remain yours truly.
J. B. Burton..
INS OR HILLS
AS YOU LOOK AT THEM
\
3re in America, (.Mountains if
, or hills if the map insists,,
ic beauty anyhow.
came to the Delectable Mounre
the words of delight tbac
greatest throbs of joy in -Pil
Ugl coo.
of scenic "beauty are some- .
ad up with mountains. ?&
j thought of picturesque
ways stages mountainous
But mountains are hills, and
mountains as one view3
is not an angle of altitude, .
ngle of appreciative vision.
>ur mountains, or your Mils,
r are nearest you, have the
' the highlands, regardless of
tage the topographical map
them, is the sermon being:
by the "National Touring:
lovement. Let the motorist 1
automobile this vacation time
)ver the truth and wisdom of
t of view.
merica first by seeing your
i first," is the sentiment thac
to mate the citizen of^his
look on- the vista^ nearest
? rflifF.oront anrf hpttpr
onal Touring Week idea ha?
tie nation. (Newspapers, auclubs,
and automobile dealechoing
the call of the road,
igust 6 dawns, thousands of
will be en route on the va?
otoring tours that are to*
i ensuing week memorable iiL
on.
Hie Atlantic ctran/1 lA thp Pa
re, automobilists are planake
their vacations as motor3.
"National Touring Week""
^ to 13) wfiich is the official
'of the American automohiIstr
\ 500,000 motor cars on the
he Shoe of the Futnre.
ignt kind or a snoe win De ?
)king thing as we now seesays
Dr. Arthur R. Reynolds
ulv (American Magazine, "for
of the offending pointed toe
ook more like the blade of a
It "will not be stiff and unit
-will be from three toes
across the ball of the foot,
is a whimiscal thing, anc
:Iioe v.-hen it becomes regularconsidered
beautiful. Airin
costume that follows thb
s a right to live. Any fashio/i
orts the form or cripples the
is an outlaw without right t-?
e."
S. Army shoe has some of
if; eat ion 3.
?. --rra? 'loise
Erhardt, of Xevrberry
st of Miss Xan Love ?ope"inton
Cor. Spartanburg
0
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