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CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN j ?
W MEETINGS.
ppjy The candidates for congress from
B the Third Congressional District and !
for solicitor from the Eighth .ludicial j
9 Circuit "will address the voters of [ <
W Newberrv countv on Saturday, Au- j
W gust 5, 1916. <4
r Under the schedule arranged, oniy : ?
m two meetings will be held in New-1 A
'f:L berry county on the date named, a? j ^
F foliows: | ^
1 Newberry (at the court house), 21 *
i;- m-> Saturday; Whitmire, 8 p. m., : U
[Cr<s LUIU.il J. I _
FRANK R. HUNTER, ! County
Chairman. ^
B. B. LEITZSBY,
Secretary.
The Kewberry Coca Cola Bottling
plant will be closed Friday, August;
4, account reunior at Little Moun- j
tain. All customers are requested ?
to get a supply of coca-cola and J
v..? H
Boua WctLtrr a uaj w mv iu ?.
< vance of this date. Respectfully, k,
Kewberry Coca-Cola Bottling w
Works. C
We tbe undersigned will furnisn ^ |]
up to date cue at tie old Melvin i r
V Li
-Sineley place knowa as Jolly Street, j
on the 16th day of August. There j 1
'' - Will be dancing and all amusements j
for the yoirig folk. And especially j
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the chairman ana ms canuiuaies > j
are in\ited to be present on-that i
day. Caldwell Ruff and H. F. j
Counts. |
Mr. Ray Crooks ofj Birmingham,
^ Ala., is at-home for the vacation.
W Miss Gladys Richardson is spendisg
a week at J. A. Richardson. C
(Miss LuLa Cromer of Saluda is vis- C
King hetr sister, Mrs. E. B. Wicker. Jjj
nfM "D^Kort ShPftlv has ?:one to I L
p IOW4V* v w ^
HP Columbia for a few days.
V The Minstrel given in the graded
ctoool auditorium was well attended.
The program was a good one.
Kisses Bessie and Lillie Kitchens
L of -Sanii^ck are visiting friends near
W Pomaria. . % 5
j (Mrs. W. H. Whitaker of Newberry J
r spent the week end "with* Dr. T. H. &&
Wedaman and family. ?j
Mrs. Fred Epting of Columbia is 2
totting her mother, - Mrs. Florence JJ
ldibler. V. /;. * ' r*: "{j
J. B. Paysinger of Sharon visjiteu . G
Ifek relatives in Newberry last week.?
Sfc&ron Cor. Tire Yorkville Inquirer.'
tHiss Belle Yongue is visiting in
9 Greer and Newberry.?Pickens Cor.
The Greenville News.
? Miss Marguerite Burns is visiting I jj
, her cousin, Miss Lois Jeter,' at Ninety I ?
8ix" 5
Misses Etthel Livingston and Novice A
Wg Kibler axe gene to Lngshore to visit ^
friends and relatives. ^
Miss Olive Richardson is visiting! ?
friends and relatives at Whitmire,; k
p Reno, and Santuck. w
K Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Richardson of ^
Prosperity spent the first'part of the
"^eek with relatives here.
[Messrs Geo. Richardson and Tom I
Graham are visiting friends in Prosperity.
The first pasenger train since July
14, went through last night. It is j
usless to say I'-nt we were glad to
see it
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9^ MISS Annie lviaun lias rcvucrxicu tu i yp
' her li-oiiie in (Newberry after a visit ?
to Mrs. Harry Price.?The Spartan- >
burg Herald. jj
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f <?> CAMPAIGN SCHEDULE ??
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Sumter, Tuesday, August 1.
'Manning, Wednesday, August 2.
Moncks Corner, Thursday, Aug. 3. .
Georgetown, Friday, August 4. j
Kingstree, Saturday, August 5. j
Florence, Tuesday, August 8. k
Marion, Wednesday, August 9. j r
Conway, Thursday, (August 10. | ?
^ 'Dillon, Friday, August 11. 1 /
1 Darlington, Saturday, August 12. J;
Bishopville, Tuesday, August 15.
Bennettsville. Wednesday. Aug. 1C. , r
fCbesterSeld, Thursday, August IT.j ^
Camden, Friday, August IS.
Lancaster. Saturday, August 19.
Union. Tuesday. August 22.
Gaffney, Wednesday. August 23. .
- York, Thursday, August 2*.
Chester, Friday, August 25.
Winnsboro. Saturday. August 26. j
Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Yocr drugrsrist will refund money if P.-A, ZC I
H OINTMENT fails to cure any case c c 7;c: ;
w Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Pile? i a 6 to 14 I
v Xbe first application srivs and ^cst 5'. mm
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Mimnaugh's
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Every article in
> I week you have some
* store-keeping is in yc
> terest to every womc
^ worth-while savings.
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Pajama Checks
50 pieces 36 inch Pajama
I new clean goods, the 15c good
^ j 10 yards to each 'buyer for
5* I
^ ??
> Big White Goods Counter at
<
? - You nevei, in all your life, s
m a bargain table. All kinds (
2 goods worth 15 and 20c, all go
the yard- :
?A
- American Lady and W. B. (
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They are the best, worn mor
? I dressed women than any otit
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I carry tile StOCK. ioucan am
what you want here.
? Surprising Redactions
^ 5G doz ladies' gauze vests, t;
2 and arm hoies, a big 1 Oc seller
^ to each buyer ac each
Z 15c ladies' gauze vests cut
m 19c ladies' gauze vests cut to
~ 20c cottonades for men's wc
cut to only the yard
Millinery Department 2nd
2 Our remaining stock of sun
-Ir. for a c
UllCi y ID 11W YV
~ complete clearance, a sweepin
-? tion in prices has been made.
i"} Sheets, sheeting and pillow
5 cut prices.
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The Leading
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THE LEADlNi
at IVTirl-Slii
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Clearance
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the house reduced. If 3
idea of the splendid set
-f/n^nr- nt nil times h
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m u>7io seeks depended
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Fine Figured Lawn al
Checks, One lot figured lawns a
s limited fast colors, worth 12J anc
95c j out on the bargain table
10c yd Val and linen Laces;
saw such A fresh shipment of va]
>f white laces in both edgings a:
at choice worth 8 and 10c allovei
. 10e naugh's price on one yar
______ sand yards
Big Bargain fable!
Piled with dress gin
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cojored cnamDiy, apron g
coes, etc, goods in the lot
10c, all go at the yd
Ladies' House Di
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
to close out quickly, choii
Colored Lawns and Voile
One big table full oi ia\
some 40 in wide, worth 1
the bargain table at'yd...
Corsets j
e by well Extra Specie
ler. We j jYenci! percales 36 in v
'ays nna i shifting patterns,
i cut to
Standard feather tickii
" | yard, will go on sale this
yard
40 in sea island, worth
ipe neck j 200 women's parasols
- , | cut to each
, ves s | Union linen sheeting
5c : worth 75C ydy sa}e prjce
to 1UC
124c
>rk pants Ail Former Prices on
- 10c Garments Cot and Smas
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A half price ticket has
Floor I on everj spring coat suit
; in the house.
lmermil- f
rjick and Sacrifice Skirt
g redue- :
100 ladies' skirts, all
l son's styles, black and n;
cases at | $6.50 and $7, choice of
1 for
? I I 1 III II Tl III IITII HI II? I
r Store cf Ne
G STORE
mmer
; Sale Cont
)ou have heen here duri
vings this sale offers. (
ut this sale event is of p<
fie and fashionable mer
15c Yard For Stoat 1
;nd crepes all ! One lot extra large
1 ] 5c, to close 38 waist measure, wo
at yd 5c and $8.50, choice of
lot for
at 3c Yard
. , . , I Wash SI
i ana torscnon i
nd insertions, We are clearing sto<
town, Mim- wash skirts.
d or a thou- One lot of high gra<
3c other new weaves in
cut skirts of the day,
, ? , at $1.25 and $1.50, oi
m i oi ii. each
ighams, solid
ea]i: Table Damask a
; worth 8J and
?5e 35 pieces heavy, ble
??satin damask, firm, el<
A 1 1* 11,
resses nnisn, au new patw
worth 69c j d, sale pri<
house dresses All linen bleached d
se 69c wj(je> Worth $1.39,
??~~~~~" S yard
:s at Yard 10c All linen bleached d
| wide, worth $2.00 anc
vns and voiles, . v. ,
_ . _ Mi. j \j.
5 to 25c, on ; f
j qc ] All linen napkins, 1;
I $5.00 cut to only the i
i Mercerized napkin:
ll I $1.25 dozen.
yide, in all the i "
worth 12 ?c, ' 35c Turkish Bath To\
10c I
ng worth 25c. These are heavy tu
week at the Iar?e size and clos<
Hi 1? 11
19c towels to eacn Duyer ;
8?c cut to 6?c I
1 $!'!? kiS Bed Spreads a
90 in wide, j jjow can y0U resjs
? 59c i it is advisable, not <
| but that you also a
Ready-to-Wear I ne^s>, . .
3 J 100 large size dou
hed to Pieces i worm r-DU cuc :o,onl
100 large size clare:
been slapped i a dandy $1.98 seller,
and silk dress 1 'asts, sale price each
$2.95 for a marse
| the $4.00 kind, beaut
? , ; full double bed size.
Sale ; _____
new, this sea- | Hlick Tows!
avy blue, $5, |
the entire lot ? 50 doz buck towels;
$3.98 jj as long as the lot last
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nq the past
Jur sort of ?
articular in- 2
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chandise at >
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ftomen
size skirts, 32 to
rth $6.50, $7.00 . ,
any skirt in the S
$5.98 5
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arts Jl!
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:ks now of white O
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ie eabardine and L C/i
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the most stylish
selling regularly
t
ti sale at choice
95c. .
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riW I
ached mercerized ; 'jT ^
0^ weave linen ???;. L
srns table Ikien J: - *L* '
ce the yd___ 49c """"Tx
amask,. 70 inches
cut to only the \
98c
amask, full 2 yds
1 $2.25, clearance
$1.59 S
irge sizes, worth jg
dozen $3.50 >
3 75c, 98c, and r* I
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X f
vels at 19c Each ^
rkish bath, extra
sly woven. Six
at only each..,...19c
li
nd Towels g
it such offerings?
:n!y to replenish, C
.nticipate further O
a ,
ble bed spreads, (/j
r\ -
y?
ndon bed spreads,
as long as the lot
$ 1.29
iilles bed spread, ?
iful designs and
s
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Ic r:f I > 1
10 Uk \J\s
a. dandy 15c seller, O
;s choice each 8c ^ ,
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