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\ 1,000 yds. Androscoggin Best
Bleach, worth 12 i-2c, QJ_
3 special for this sale Q 2 ?
2 Quantity not limited to
% B' customers. None sold
^ to dealers
1 lot vici Shoes for ladies, woi
A $1.35 pair. Special at S
-J 1 lot ladies' patent shoes, i
guaranteed, worth $2.00 pa
v special clearance price..... $1.
? 1 lot 200 pairs ladies' fine sho
^ ^ regular $3.00 and $3.50 goods,
w patent and vicis, sizes 2 to 5 on
* Jt special sale price $1.
jf 36 pair heavy brogan wc
!V. Shoes, worth $1.50 pair, spec
^ price $1.
? j 1 lot men's patent leather Sho
Worth $2.00 pair, special $1.
. c'2 MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Heavy Rock ford Socks
? ^ Good quality black Socks
V T Good Suspenders...*.
m* Large white hemstitched Hai
^ Heavy fleeced drawers a
i 65c Shirts reduced to 4
X $1.00 Shirts reduced to 1
-I CO CVU*n +<r\ 41
f 1*U V OliUtO A CUUV^V/U C\/ y a.
C ^ J, Heavy coat Sweaters, cotton..4
7 Big lot 25c and 50c Ti
slightly soiled, your choice at..l
? Navy blue woolen top Shirts..8
jf Heavy all wool Drawers at....7
Good quality cotton ribbed I
(A, dershirts worth 35c, special at..2
2 Men's sample Caps, worth 5
' and 75c, special at 4
fK Men's he^vy Corduroy Caps t
50c kind, special at.: 4
b'll 3,000 Yds. Best Cali|
3, coes, worth 7 and 8c
X yard, reduced for this
? ? sale to 5c yd. None
X sold to dealers.
- u?oo*iiio ft# MItia Rlnws ITd With
M v v.. Gadsen, Ala., Oct. 28.?One man
dead, one missing, one dying and
r V four injured are some of the results
^of a dynamite explosion at the Ham:
mond minefe near the business section
of the city early to-night. The dead:
> Henry Keil, Rome, Ga. Missing: Arithur
Hood. Fatally injured: Jake
(, ' Logan, member Gadsen fire departs
ment. Seriously injured: McFarrell
and Gus Woodliff, chief of the fire
So terrific was the explosion that
j;; almost every plate glass front in
Gadsden was broken. Twenty-four
? miners' houses in the vicinity of the
explosion were leveled to'the ground,
and many others are damaged.
? ; The fire department, with 40 men,
had responded -to an alarm, a house
being on fire near the mine magazine.
Hundreds of spectators were standing
near when the explosion suddenly occurred,
and every one within a wide
radius was hurled to the ground. A
stone was blown entirely through the
body of Keil, and no trace can be
found of Hood. Miners had been
di awing explosives from the magazine
to-day, but no one seems able
* to account for the explosion. A number
of women and children standing
in* the vicinity of the fire were more
or less injured, but were caried
home, and their names can not be
: procured to-night.
Fire in Factory Village.
Spartanburg, Oct. 28.?At an early
hour this morning fire destroyed the
stores and stocks of goods of J. G.
Griffin & Sons and J. H. Stone in the
Spartan mill village, entailing a loss
of- over $6,000. The meat market
of Hall & Hammett and a barber
shop in the same building with Griffin
& Sons were destroyed also. The
store occupied by Griffin and Sons
was owned by Johnson & Lankford.
"'/Hit was valued at $3,000 and was not
Griffin & Sons carried $3,000 insurance
on their stock, but their loss
was over $3,000. Mr. Stone carried
$600' insurance on his building and
. $1,350 on his stock of goods. The
cause of the fire is unknown.
The alarm was sent in at 4:30
o'clock. The flames bad too much
~ start and though the firemen fought
hard they could not save the building.
These stores were destroyed by
fire on Julv 12 and had not long been
May Have to Pay License.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 29.?Confed
ate veterans may be forced after all
to pay a tax for selling "near beer"
in Georgia towns. A few days ago
it was announced that the veterans
would escape the municipal licenses,
but to-day Attorney General Hart
said that the State license tax could
not be remitted. The license is $200.
when commences the Greatest CI
Clean-up-Sales in order to begin 1
it will more than pay 3tou to con
his is no fake sale as some will try to
he world's best mills, in fact, Klauber
ack." Any purchase can be exchang<
lense saving to you in all lines. THE
ists twenty days. Everything will be
A 10c. SPECIALS.
:th Extra large prescut water Pitch
18c ers worth 40c special at 10
lot Beautiful Vases worth 25c, Spe
iir, cial at 10
29 Beautiful Sugar Dishes, Butte
es, Dishes, Spoon Holders, Cak
in Plates, etc., all at 10
ly. LADIES' FURNISHINGS.
98 Good black Stockings, worth 1
?rk cents : 6
ia* Good quality cotton Vest 23
29 Heavy weight, 50c seller 43
es? Good quality Union Suits th
39. "Onieta" brand 44
Ladies' Embroideried Hos<
worth 20c and 25c, special sal
.4c Ladies $1.25 quality Kid Glove
.7c special at 84
8c Ladies long silk lisle Gloves
id- worth 75c pair, special at 43
.4c No. 60, all pure silk Ribbor
nd never sold for less than 15c yarc
:8c special sale price 10
8c All wool Vests and Pants, $1.2
9c quality, special at 98
19 Ready made Shirt waists i:
8c cream, black and light blue, regu
es, lar $2.50 value, for a quick sal
3c at $1.8
:9c 1 lot all wool panama Skirts i:
9c black, navy and brown, worth $5
In- clean-up sale price $2.4
13c 1 lot long Cloaks, embroider?
ropTiiar Sfi 00 value, special sal
3c price :...$3.9
he 1 lot childrens red Cloaks, $2.0
3c quality, special at/. $1.2
This Sale positivel
Gooods are the 1
4The Store of Quaii
BEFORE JUDGE BRAWLEY.
R. Y. Hellams and J. C. Payne Charged
Greenville, Oct. 29.?R. Y. Hel
lams of this city and J. E. Payne, a
well known liquor dealer of Salisbury,
N. C., were ruled before Judge
W. H. Brawiey in the United States
district court to-day to show cause
why they should not be attached and
punished for contempt of the court.
The incident which' led to the issuance
of the rule resulted from a suit
by Miller & Co. of New York against
Hellams and Payne for money alleged
to be due on transactions made
when Hellams and Payne conducted
a cotton exchange in this city. ExJudge
\V. C. Benet was an attorney
for the plaintiffs and F. B. Alexander
a witness. As they were coming
from court room, it is said, Hellams
and Payne met them and abused
them, telling Alexander that he had
sworn to a lie and using insulting
language toward Judge Benet.
Judge Brawley dismissed the rulei
against Payne and took the cast*
against Hellams under advisement.
All of, the parties are well known
and the case has attracted a great
deal of attention.
A personal difficulty between O.
K. Mauldin, attorney for Miller &
Co., and Hellams and Payne was narrowly
averted this afternoon after
the return of the rule.
Will Probably Go Free.
Greenwood, Oct. 29.?The negroes
arrested some weeks ago in connection
with the "Ninety-Six affair," being
charged with conspiracy against
certain white citizens of Ninety-Six,
will not be tried at this term of the
Court of General Sessions. In fact
they will probably never be brought
to trial. They were released a short
time ago on bond, but these bonds
have been cancelled, and they are
now out on their own recognizance.
The negro preacher, the Rev. "Johnny"
Dean, who was the cause of the
muss, is still in jail, andwill probably
have to remain there until next
I Too Many Dogs.
"Can a married man have a dozen
| or more dogs about his residence, to
! the annoyance of his wife?" !
This was answered indirectly by!
Judge Brent, in Chicago when he re-j
j fused a decree of divorce to Mrs. M.
Sharp from her husband, Harry G.!
Sharp, an electrician. The fir^st actj
; of cruelty related by the witness oc-1
> curred on July 14, 1907, when theyj
i were returning from a trip across the,
j lake. Counsel for Mrs. Sharp then
began to bring out evidence concerning
"He had visitors in four hours to
talk about dogs. He never found
time to talk to me affectionately. For
a time after we were married he kissed
me as mechanically as he swallowed,
but he was careful of his
earance Sale ever attempted here
the New Year with a Clean Stocl
le to this Great Sale. Every arti
make you believe. We stand on oui
's and quality has always gone togetl
id or money refunded. This makes i
1SE PRICES ARE STRICTLY CASE
marked in plain figures and at reduc
1 lot black embroidered broad
cloth Coats, full satin lined, wortl
$12.50 each, we offer them during
this sale at $7.4i
c 1 lot childrens bear skin Cloaki
r in cream. These are slightly soil
e ed?to clean them up at $1.1 J
c 1 lot ladies heavy skirts th<
very thing for winter, worth $1.7 J
0 special at 98<
c 1 lot ladies gowns, handsomel]
c trimmed with lace and embroider]
c worth $1.00 each, special afc...59<
e - 1 lot Ladies Drawers, trimmec
c with embroidery, very handsome
l> only 23<
; Good quality fancy handle par
asols, worth 90c. our special....49<
c Ladies cross barred linen hand
3j kerchiefs, very handsome, at?19<
c 10c crossbarred handkerchiefs
i, very nice quality, special at 5<
I, 1 lot beautiful black taffet*
c Shirt waists, regular $5.00 value
5 special sale price $3.9*
c 1 lot childrens heavy ribbec
n stockings, regular 10c value, oui
l- special price 6<
e Childrens Union Suits, regulai
9 35c quality at 23<
n Boy's fancy percale Shirts, 35<
i, extra good value at 23<
8 Childrens curly bear skin Caps
d worth 50c each extra good for..23<
e 1 lot Furs, were $3.50 each
8 special sale price $2.9 J
0 Other values at $3.48, $4.39 an(
9 up. See our enormous line.
y closes December
Dealt in White Slaves.
New York, Oct. 30.?Followini
revelations before Magistrate Cram
that hundreds of New York girli
have been lured from their homes b]
an organization that made whit*
slaves out of them, evidence was
placed in the hands of the police to
day to the effect that a prominem
politician was connected with the or
ganization. The name of the poli
tician has been given to the police anc
is asserted to-day that he would b*
arrested as soon as the evidence
against him had been completed. The
organization which has been dealing
in young girls acted as a sort of clearing
house for Children, who were sole
not only in New York, but to othei
states, as well.
Men prominent in politics and financial
circles knew of tire existence
of these "clearing houses." This was
shown before Magistrate Crane ir
the Yorkville police court, when foui
women were arraigned by Agent Pissara,
of the Children's Society, charged
Frances Collins and Martha Collins,
seventeen years of age, whe
are not related,- appeared as complainants
against the women, whe
were Frances Taylor and hei
sister, Mrs. Mary Duncan, Marj
Dale and Margaret Sheppard
Frances Taylor and her sister are alleged
to have had charge of the
"clearing house." In their possession
were found the cards of a number
of prominent men. One of these
is a multi-millionaire, who spends al
least six months of the year in hi?
palatial villa in Paris.
Francis Collins, who is not related
to Martha, told the magistrate that
she ran away from home because ol
some trouble with her brother. She
met Martha Collins, who took her tc
the home of the Taylor woman.
The girls spent the night in the
house, she said, and on the following
day, Frances was sent to a Mrs. Keen??
? ? i
an in wast sixtn street, in wmcc
S place she said she became a whit
I slave. Martha Collins told a story
similar, to that of Frances.
"This is the greatest scandal that
has ever come before me," said Magistrate
The women are held.
Killed by Negro Boy.
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 28.?While
sitting in a rear room of her home at
Pooler, 10 miles from Savannah, today
Mrs. W. E. Torrence, wife of an
engineer, was fired on and instantiy
killed by Solomon Riley, a negro boy.
The boy was arrested.
This afternoon a party of 30 men,
bent upon lynching the negro, left
Savannah by train for Pooler. Arriving
there, however, the crowd
found that the negro had been
brought to Savannah by Deputy Sheriff
R. W. Wescott. The officer had
concealed the boy beneath a lap robe
and driven into the city in a buggy.
Riley is in jail here.
Nice line of picture books for chili
dren at The Herald Book Store.
. It has been our custom for the p
?. This year owiug to the fact th
cle in our big
past record and ask you for your pati
ler. Every article sold on an absolut
t impossible for us to fake you. Look
['. This sale commences Wednesday,
I O c oil TTTAA! DoT?Omo tho
00 au nw. '
50c kind 39c
1 lot fancy dress patterns worth
J $1.00 and $1.25 yard, special to
* close them out at 89c
* 1 lot 52 inch all wool broad5
cloth in all colors, worth $x.00
> yard, special sale price 79c
7 34 inch guaranteed black Taf[
feta, worth $1.15 yard, special
* at -75c
* 1 piece black Peau De Soie, reg?
ular $1.25 value, special at 93c
3 1 piece black Taffeta regular
- $1.50 quality, special price....$l,29
3 2 pieces Shantung DeLyon in
. black and Copenhagen 48c
3 36 inch pure silk Taffeta, chiffon
finish, worth $1.25 yard, exJ
tra special at 93c
* Navy, green, black, cream, garnet
and brown. .
I 27 inch all silk, China Silk, all
j shades at 39c
3 2,000 yards heavy weight Homer
spun, made by Orr Mill, worth 7c
3 yard, reduced for this sale to 20
3 yards for $1 or 5 cents per yard.
3' Amoskeag Outings in plain and
, fancies, all of these are 10c and
3 12%c value, our price 8%c a
, Cotton flannel worth 12 %c a
I yard, special at 9%c
1 Light weight cotton flannel, special
ist, so don't put <
Look for the Big
Will Fight Night Riders.
I Muskogee, Okla., Oct. 29.?The
i Texas and Oklahoma Horse Thief as3
sociation, organized to prevent the
r stealing of live stock, in convention
J to-day adopted a resolution pledging
3 its 1,000 members to assist in the ar
rest and prosecution of night riders,
t It also decided to memorialize Pres
- ident Roosevelt to stop the shipping
- of liquors into this State by Missour:
I and Texas. The officers say that they
} have information that liquor is shipi
mi/3 intr? the State to a bov and girl
i 12 and 14 years old.
:i '' ' .
! , A $3.00 or $3.50
C. & K.
l Is the Most Up-to-date Hat Out
'l. R. BRABHAM'S SONS
BAMBERG, S. C.
; jf".RCARTER f
' < Attorney-at-Law 2
JI BAMBERG, S. C. J
| J Special Attention Given to Settlement ?
, > of Estate* and Investigation of Titles X
Offices over Bamberg Banking Co.
' I If you need a safe that is a
:! safe see me before buying
J. D. FELDER
Bamberg 5. C.
Agent Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Anything in Safes
' JOHN F. FOLK
The Car That Goes*
* rt~. .-It.
IBER nth I
?ast three years to put on annual
at our stock is larger than usual
onage. The goods are the best, from
e guarantee. "Satisfaction or money
at the prices quoted and note the imNovember
11th at 9 o'clock a. m., and
15c A. C. A. Ticking, special 1
at x 12 %c spe
One lot men's fine black Thibet '
Suits, worth $10.00 Suit, Griffon
brand, well made and lined with 8ei"
Venetian lining, special clearance '
sale price . $7.98
Any $12.50 suit in the house to J
close out at $9.48 eJc
A beautiful line of fine worsteds of
were $18.00 a suit, browns, olives p
and the new greys, we have cut
them to $13.48 off!
Men's all wool Preistley^ Cravenette
Coats, black, worth $12.50
each, to make them move we offer
$15U)0 Coats at $11.98
16.50 Coats at $13.48 .nei
Boys Cravenette Coats worth ea(
$10.00, sp cial at $6.48 _
Boys Overcoats at $1.48 and up. 143
Childrens suits. We want to
get rid of every suit in the house.
We offer them at 98c, $1.29, $1.48 th<
and up; they are beauties. i
Boys Knee Pants at 45c, 79c, see
and 89c pair. off
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
500 linen Towels, worth 25c to am
75c each, to be put on sale at 21c, an
29c, and 39c each. A great savirg
for the housekeepers. 10
1 lot extra quality Mohawk
sheets, the $1.00 kind, special ep<
sale price........ 69c
Good Damask at 29c, 45c, and dr<
off coming. The
? Bamberg, S. C.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
! The State of South Carolina?County
of Bamberg?Court 'of Common
l Decania Dowling, plaintiff, against
' Toledo Computing Scale Company,
To the defendant, Toledo Compu
ting Scale Company.
Vmi ara harahv anmirtnTiert end re
i quired to answer the Complaint in
this action, a copy of which has been
filed in the office of the clerk of
court for Bamberg County, and to
serve a copy of your answer to said
Complaint on the subscriber, at his
office, Bamberg, South Carolina,
within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service, and if you fail to answer
the Complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for the relief demanded
in the Complaint. ,
J. F. CARTER,
C B. FREE, Plaintiff's Attorney.
C. C. C. P. for Bamberg County.
Dated October 16th, A. D. 1908.
roil meKT TO SEE
I the bargains now be
? o 4* 4-Via j
Hlg UUCXCU Ob uv _
and 10c store. We I
have just opened up I
an entirely new line of I
goods, and the stock 9
embraces all kinds of R
tinware, glassware, 1
hardware, household I
articles, etc 1
I Yoa'll be Surprised I
I when you see the remarkable
have. Come in and
look around. Costs
nothing to look and
you will find many 3
things you need at j
give-away prices. The <
ladies especially are invited
Beard's 5c & 10c Store
... - - v /,/ ' 3 *?:
WRIGHT'S HEALTH f*
the $1.00 kind at 59c the ?
garment. This value Is v
[Jpholstering cloth worth 40c, f
rial at 29c ?
r Ji-i it. OA? . X /
jaraimers wurtu yuc at ? at
lardiniers worth 75c at 39o y
Dne lot plaid light weight Trou
s, worth $1.50 special 98c jfe
One lot fancy mixed, worth T
50 pair, our special at $1.48
Heavy Comforts, worth $1.50 Ap
;h, we offer them at a bargain 7
One lot fine laminated cotton A)
mforts, were .$3.00 each, we t
er them at $1.98 y
Bnggy Robes at $1.48 and up. ifl0.
Umbrellas at 48c and up. - JT
36 Suit Cases worth $1.35 each, y *
icial 89c Ap.
Tw-lve solid cowhide Suit Cases t
srer offered for less than $6.00 f
;h, special at ....$4,19 *
Big line of Trunks, Telescopes, t
,nd Bags, etc. x
Men's Hats at prices less than w . >'
jy can be manufactured for. jL*
One lot of tan and black tele- y
>ped Hats were $2.00 each, we 9
er them at $1.19
John C. Wilson, Derbys, $2.50 T
d $3.00 quality, special at $1.98
d $2.48. .Spy '
John B. Stetson Hats, $3.50 less T
per cent, or '...$3.15 y
Childrens Caps, worth 25c each, ?p
icial at 19c ^ * . i
We have about 40 dozen chil- f
m's Caps in stock, so know we Mm
a please you. ^
20 doz. Men's heavy
fleeced Shirts and t
CAN T BE SEPARATED ||
Some Bamberg People Have Learned ^.
How to Get Rid of Both. ^
/ Backache and kidney ache are ^
. . . ->.>538
You can't separate them. . ;-v>'
And you can't get rid of tjie back* .[-xM
ache until you cure the kidney ache. s"
If the kidneys are well and strong^'
the rest of the system is pretty sure
to he in vigorous health.
Doan's. Kidney Pills ma*ks strong,
healthy kidneys. ? J
J. H. Pearson, 62 Sellers St., Orangeburg,
S. C., says: "I used ijp
Doan's Kidney Pills several years ago .
with such good results-that I publicly
recommended them. At this time
I am pleased to say that I still hold
the same opinion of them as I believe
that they are the best kidney Remedy S
to be had."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents, f osterrMiiuurn v>u., o.uuaiv,
New York, sole agents for the
Remember the name?Loan's?
and take no other.
William C. Wolfe Joseph A. Berry
Ernest E. Ritter
WOLFE, BERRY & RITTER
Attorneys at Law
A General Practice in all Courts #
Offices found in Bamberg
Banking Co.'s Building. .
Bambeig, South Carolina
MONEY TO LEND.
We are prepared to lend money
upon good security upon reasonable
terms to all persons applying for ,
same. * \ f
Call or write to
WOLFE, BERRY & RITTER, j
Bamberg Banking Co's. Building,
Bamberg, S. C.
We are prepared to collect your
rents and look after the care and repair
of your property whether in city
or country. >
Our rates are reasonable, and you
fiave no idea what a convenience it
is. Besides, did you know that you
;ave money, even after paying our
commissions, because tenants will
pay us quicker and ask for extension
ess freely than if you collect in person.
WOLFE, BERRY & RITTER,
Bamberg Banking Co's. Building,
Bamberg, S. C.
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