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Daugbters of 0onfederacy.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
*111 ho'd a meeting this afternoon at
4 o'clock at Mrs. E wart's residence.
Delegates to State CovenUOn.
At a meeting of the local Epworth
Liague the followiug persons were
elected delegates to attend the State
convention which meets at Marion in
ApriL Messrs. Eug. B Werts, T. B.
Perry, Rev. Edwards and Miss Georgia
The TeacherS' aSociblnO1.
The teachers association will meet on i
Saturday 12th, as previously stated in
'-_The Herald and News. Tais promises
U be an important meeting as Superin
tendent of Education McMahan hopes
to be preeent and address the teachers
Tie teachers should make their ar
zaagements to attend this meeting.
When We 60 to Press.
It woutd be appreciated at this office,
if those who have an item of news would
hanl it in or telephone it to this office
not later than - o'loek Monday and
Thursday 8venings. We shall en
deavorhereafter to have the paper on
the pr"s ngt later than 6 o'clock. So,
i you haVe an Item don't delay in hand
ng it . In-we will appreciate it. We
state this because lately items have
been telephoned us too late to get in
the paper. x
Geef she Hodles Found.
The body of rred Hawkins, one of
She negroes that was drowned in Saluda
riwer about two weeks ago, was re
i0erd on Friday about three hundred
below where the drowning oc
a1St. The body was -fastened to
awag and was accidentally found
bY two negroe. Magistrate Hair ex
-a &imtd the body and determined that
4ath was caused by accidental drown
A NUr*w 3af&Pe.
day last week Mr.-G. W. Beybt,
~ ves near Pomaria, made a mis
AwvhIch came near proving a fatal
~Wu. himself. He was feeling bad and
to take some quinine, when he
gb9Lof a -capsule filled with mor
plthrugh mstake. He had taken
thejpsouUSdrug about three hotirs
bebil was- discovered and a doctor
ned tohisrelief. Dr. Dann ar
t Ev a wor,ked with him about half
,4infiaPned him through, but he
qenS Leans Dane.
Pst neet biliousness and consti
Your liealth will suffer per
usnatlyI you do. DeWitt's Laittle
eSy iers cure such cases. M. B.
aib itterut, Kiob., p-ays "De
Wjtt LtOeEarly Risers are the most
ocause neses "' W. E Nee
Dr &rmstro@g Depat.
aI D ow r. Chas' H. Armstrong, who
bas beS in Newberry for the past few
s paSPtfor of the Mayer Memorial,
the Newberry charge, left Mionday
..p*1ng for his new field of labor at
g Louis, go. Dr. Artistong has'ac
work with the anti-8Sdoonl
i4SgUe aqd will canvass In its behalf.
\TheloCtOr s well read, a deep thinker
ont alfignt speaker and will succeed
in his new field. Since coming to
eiuberye has done a good work fo
his lehuroh and his people, and will be
ujued, not only by the members of his
-own sicfh, but by the people at large,
mog -whom he has made lfe-long
-rends. We wish him well.
Dont neglect cqughs and colds even
afi sspring.. Such cases often result
eeiuyat this seas.n ~t be'use
epi are careless. Ab Oof n
insaeoogh Cure wili> remove all
dasger. Absolutely safe Acts at
nee. Sure cure for coughs, colds.
egop,gip,bronchitis, and other thi-oat
a4 lung traoubles "I have used One
inute CoQugh Care several years, says
Potmater C. 0. Dawson, Barr, il.
.~ thWbe?oY best cough medicine on
the m,arket. Is has saved me many a
severe see1l of sickniess and I warmly
recommtend~It." The children's favor
ie. W. E. Pelliam& Son.
0.e Cent a Mile to Texae.
On account of the Confederate Vet
eran, Reunion, April 22nd to 25th,
round- trip tickets will be sold to DaI
-la, via thesCotton Belt at a very low
rate of one cent a mile. This rate is
open to every body. Tickets will be
sold April 18th, 19th and 20th and
will be limited to May 2nd for return,
but will be extended to May 15'h if
desired. Stop overs will b.- allowed at
any points in Arkinsas or Texas on
either going or returning trip. Low
rate trip tickets will be sold from Dal
as to all parts of Texas, Oklahoma and
Indian Territory. The round trip
rate from Newberry will be $21.80. If
you ever expect to visit Texas this
will be the chance of your life to do so.
For rate and schedule from your home
town and for handsomely illustrated
pamphlets describingr Arkansas and
Texas write to N. B. Baird, T. P. A.
The Thrust of a Lance
is scarcely more agonizing thatn the re
current pains in the abdomen which
-follow the eating of improper food or
too free indulgence in ice-water. The
immediate cause of cramp and colic is
often the detention of the bowels by
gas. Quick relief follows the use ol
Ferry Davis' Painkiller. Careful house
kepr_iei the nla ~of honor ii
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The dust has been terrible the past
The city authorities are making their
last call for city taxes.
March came in like a lion and went
out in the same manner.
The Mayor had several cases of dis
orderly conduct Monday morning.
The churches all had good congrega
tions at the Easter services Sunday.
County Treasurer Epps had all the
visitors he conld attend to yesterday
parties paying taxes.
Miss Marie Bobb, of Prosperity, is in
charge of the millinery department of
Mr. D. A. McGee's establishmeut at
Sheriff Buford brought M(-vin Sing
ley, colored, up from Columbia yester
day. He is charged with dispensing
with propert.y under mortgage.
Miss Mattie Haliman has been elected
third vice-president of the Epworth
League, the place having been vacated
by the death of Mrs. F. W. Fant.
The special train over the Southern
carrying college students, school chil
dren and othors to the Charleston Ex
position, leaves this morning promptly
at 9 o'clock.
The County Democratic Ex3cutive
Oommittee will meet on Saturday next
at 11 o'clock. Every member of the
committee should be on hand promptly
at that hour.
A little more strict enforcement of
the bicycle ordinance in regard to
riding on sidewalks and wihout lights
would cause so-ne of the citizens to feel
more safe while walking on the out
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, president of
Newberry. College is expected to arrive
in the city to-day. He will deliver an
address before the Bible School of St.
Andrew's Lutheran Church at the
anniversary celebration tomorrow night
Dr. Cromer is one of the most promi
nent educators in the State and he
ranks high as a finished an% scholarly
speaker. He always has something
interesting to say and those who attend
the services to-morrow will probably
notbe disappointed.-News and Courier
Rev. J. A. Sligh was In the city yes
Mrs. L. W. Jones is visiting relatives
Dr. C. T. Wyche, of Prosperity, was
in the city yesterday.
Col. Thos. W. Holloway, of Pomaria,
was in the city yesterday.
Miss Mary Thompson has returned
from a visit to Columbia.
Mr. W. 8. Seybt, of the county, paid
ls a plmeant call Saturday.
Miss Tilia Glenn, who is teaching at
Pomaria, spent Sunday in the city.
Rev. W. S. Holmes, was in the city
Sunday and conducted the services at
St. Luke's Episcopal church.
8 e. D. C. Heyward, of Colleton
Do .y, candidate for Governor, is in
the city, the guest of Col. W. H. Hunt.
Hon. E. M Rucker, Jr., of Anderson,
andidate for congress frGim this dis
trict, was in Newberry last week meet
ing the people.
Mrs. Jno. M. Kinard will return to
day froini Rock Hill where she has
been on a visit to Prof. J. P. Kinard,
at Winthrop College.
Prof. 0 B Martin, of Greenville,
candidate for Superintendent of Edu
cation, was in the city Friday and Sat
urday last,' looking to his political
Mr. Joseph Darlington, a leading
lawyer of Washington, D. C., stopped
over'a few days in Newberry to visit
friends and relatives and left yesterday
for the Charleston Exposition.
At rhe Methodist circuit -parsnage
March 30th, 1902, by Rev. D. P. Boyd,
Mr. R. E. Sheely of Prosperity, S. C., and
Miss Lucy Crooks, of the city of New
berry, S. C.
A Nearly Fatal Runaway
Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove. Ill., which
defied doctors and all remedies for four
years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured him. Just as good for Boils,
Runs, Bruises, Cuts, CQrns. Scalds,
Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at all
A Vomplet,e Zstocz.
The Ewart-Pifer Co., now have in
stock and on their counters a stock of
Spring Clothing and seasonable goods
in Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, etc , that
would be hard to equal in the largest
cities of the South. Mr. Ewart, who
has made a life study of this business
is qualified, as few men in the businese
are, to select goods that will please the
hard to please He knows what an ar
tie is and never stoops to misrepre
sent it. With this firm there is D(
"buying a pig in a bag " They handli
honest goods and sell for living prices
If you fail to visit this store, you maa
have cause to regret it. The stock il
complete, thbe goods are durable, pretta
and up-to-date. Go and see if what w
say is not true.
Want. To IHelp thebrs.
"I had stomach trouble all my life,
says Ed w. Men ier, proprietor of thb
Union Bottling Works, Erie, Pa., "ant
tried all kinds of remedies, went to sev
eral doctors and spent considerabi
money trying to get a moment's peace
Finally I read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cur
and have been taking it to my grea
satisfaction. I never found its equa
for stomach trouble and gladly recon:
mend it in hope that I may help othe
sufferers." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cure
all stomach troubles. You don't hav
to diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digest
hat you eat. W. E. Peiham & Son.
TBE HOLLOHJON KILL.
The Building Netriog Completion- achin
ery Soon to Be Installed -Will He In
tperation By July Lqt.-The Cla-i of
Goods to Be Manufactured.
Newherry has always been too mod
esu. Somehow she has never believed
i i advertising hr resources and her
enterpri,es as some other towns and
cities, and has never pushed herself
forward as .-he sbould have done. It
is one of the oldest and one of the best
towns in this part of the State and has
a citiz -nship of good, sturdy business
mpn, but as a rul- they have been very
c-nsr-rvative. If -he bad advertised
her a 1vantages mor- and kept them
before the public, no doubt the popula
tion would bave bedu today twice what
it is. [lowever, tier growth has been
steady and substantial. It was here
that one of the first ,otton mills in the
State to be operated exclusively by
steam was built. In fact at that time it
was considered somewhat of an experi
ment. T12e experiment has proven
very successful, and the New berry Cot
ton Mill has been one of the most suc
cessful industries in the State. It was
first built some twenty years ago and
a few years since the capacity was
doubled and it now represents a capi
tal of about a half million dollars, and
is well managed and has beein profita
ble to the stockholders. Even with
these facts before the people, however,
they were slow to take hold of another
Last year some of the young business
men of the community resolved to build
another mill and it was not long until
a capita* stock was subscribed and the
work begun on the uew,enterprise. The
capital stock of this new mill is $200,
000. The purpose is in the near future
to double that. At the head of this en
terprise is Mr. Geo. W. Summer, of the
firm of Summer Bros., who have been
very successful in the mercantile bus
iness, the three brothers moving to the
town from their farms in the country
some fifteen years ago and entering the
mercantile field in a small way. They
have gradually increased their business
until today they do one of ohe largest
mercantile businesses of any firm in
this part of the State. There are three
of the brothers who have been associa
ted in this business, bnt from this time
on Mr. Geo. W. Summer will devote
his entire time to the new mill.
Mr. E. B. Wilbur, an experienced
and very competent cotton manufac
turer, is associate.d with Mr. Summer
in the building of the mill and will be
superintendent when it is put in oper
The new mill is beautifully and con
veniently located onihe Atlantic Coast
Line and Southern railways in the east
ern part of the city. The contract for
the erection of the building was let to
Mr. J. F. Granby, of Greenville. The
winter just closing has been a very se
vere one for'work of this kind, but the
building has progressed very rapidly
and is now nearing completion. In
fact, the boilers have all becn in
stalled and the work of puitting in
machinery will begin in the next ten
days and it is expected to have the mill
in operation by the first of July. The
present building is three stories In
eigt, 104 x 233 ft, and as stated above,
is so built that the capacity can be
doubled without stopping the mill for
a single day. They will install at once
11,000 spindles and 300 looms, though
the present building has a capacity of
14,000 spindles and 330 looms, and
when doubled will have 650 looms and
28,000 spindles. The most modern ma
chinery will be used, and they will
make the class of goods, which, up to
this time, has not yet been made by
any Southern mill. 'During the past
two years when there was a depression
in the market of other goods and mills
making the coarser goods were running
at a loss, the mills which manufactured
the class of goods which this new mill
will make were running at a good profit.
The machinery is arranged for spin
ning No. 45's warps and 65's fillings,
and these goods have netted the manu
facturers a profit of six cents per pound,
making the earning capacity of this
mill about $40,000 annually, or 20 per
cent. on its capita]. Other finer goods
which it is proposed to manufacture
constantly net Northern mills from six
to eight cents per pound profit, equiva
lent to an earning capacity of 25 to 30
per cent. on the capital stock of this
They will use 300 Stafford D obbie 16
aid 20 harness looms, capable of doing
a greater range of work than any other
The mill village will contain about
fifty houses of modern, convenient, and
comfortable structure, for the opera
tives, and will compose a very ngat and
and attractive village. All of these
houses are practically completed and
some of them occupied and will be
ready for the operatives when the mill
is ready to begin work. The village is
situated on a gently sloping hillside,
which will give a good drainage,
and the houses are so situated as to
allow a good front and back yard to
SjIt has been the custom for the mills
in this part of the State to provide for
the education of the children of its op
eratives, and the old mill has a modern
brick school house whbich will compare
favorably with almost any school house
-in a town in this St ate. It is also used
s aa place of meeting for secret socie.
ties, debating societies, literary socie
In addition to providing a schoo
house Mr. Summer has caused to be
rleft standing about five acre3 of woods
where a park will be made around the
school. It will be seen, both the menta
an physical deveopment and ad vance
Paletttine vs. West End Juniors.
The Palestine and the West End Ju
nior base ball teams crossed bats yester
day morning at io o'clock, and the game
resulted in a victory for the Palestine lads
by a score of 25 to 10.
The features of the game were the bat;
ting of T. Q. Boozer and II. B. Voss for
Palestine, and the fi -lding cf P. F. Gilder
and White Fant and the pitching of
Rhoden for West End.
The score by inning was as folbws:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R.
West End o oo 2 2 o 2 4 * 10
Palestine 0 2 4 2 5 2 5 5 * 25
Wields a sharp Ax
Millions marvel at the multitude of
maladies cut off by Dr King's New Life
Pills-the most distressing too. Stom
Ac1, Liver and Bowel troubles-Dys- A
popsia, Loss of Apoetite, Jaundies.
Biliousness, Fever, Malaria. 9l, fall h
fore these wonder workers. 25c. at all
STRAY COW-One dark brindle
cow, two years old, strayed from
pasture. Information as to where
abouts wanted. Mrs. A. W. Matthews.
3 -IN. all Silk, Black Taffeta for
less than a dollar, at Wooten's.
T O TELEPHONESUBSCRIBERS
Telephone subscribers will please
add to their lists:
C. L. Blease, office, 72.
Dr. McCullough, residence, 7. (
L. W. FLOYD, Manager.
POSITIVELY, Paper Patterns will
be sold strictly for cash after this .
date-March 24, 1902.
tf S. J. WOOTEN.
REPAIRING old and new. Putting
down Carpets and Mastting, recan
ing Chairs, Upholstering Lounges,
Sofas, etc. Prices moderate. Leave
orders at Herald and News office.
Wesley Means will be found hereafter
at A. L Knightqn"s shop.
tf WESLEY MEANS.
ITOREBOUSE for Rent-For sale
or rent. Also a two-horse farm to
rent. Apply to Antiue Buzhardt. t&f tf
REMOVED-I have moved my jew
elry establishment into the store
occupied by Pelham's china ball and
will in the future be in a better posi
tion to serve the public. I keep con
stantly on hand. Gold Watches, Dia
mond and wedding rings, jewelry, C
silverware, cut glass, clocks and novel
ties. Remember I am prepared to fit
difficult eyes with glasses. Yours for
trade. J. GUY DANIELS.
FFICE HOURS-Persons having
.business with the County Super
intendent of Education will pleas'e callL
at his office on Mondays and Saturdays,
s those are his office days. C
of Eug. S. Werts, Sup't.
The Ladies' Exochang.
Mrs. R. C. WilliamsI
the ladies of Newberry
and vicinity that she
has opened an Ex
change for the pur
:hase or exchange of Ia
ies', children's and men's
second hand clothing, and
solicits their patronage..
Persons on business will st
please call at the Exchange, si
Crotwell Hotel, first floor, ti
between 9a. m.and4 p. m. al
WILL SOON BE HERE.
Make the little children
happy by dyeing eggs for
We have plenty of White Rabbit ri
and Pass Egg dyes, Calico papers.
A NICE REMEMBRANCE
Df Easter would be tu send your best
girl abox of Wiley's Candy.
We always have it in stock.
Splendid line of Bristle goods justu
ome in. You can get a good hair
r tooth brush from us. ei
Let us fill your pre
scriptions. Pure drugs .
always used. "The
best is none too. good
Mves' ruE Sor.;
in large varieties from
a cheap Stick Pin to a
FINE GOLD WATCH.'
Call and examine my
stock iefore buying.
anr ad Scliltz.
Jeweler and Optician.
ment of the children will be helped
along by the authorities as much as
lies in their power.
The management of the new mill is
known as the Mollohon Manufacturing
The people of New berry should go to
work the coming summer and organize
another company, and in another year
we could have another mill in opera
tion. It would mean a great deal not
only for the town bu, for the c,unty,
inasmuch as it would furnish a market
for a great many things which could
be grown upon the farms besides cotton
and would encourage otir f.srmers to.
diversify their crops. Wnile it is true
we have no men of great wealth in the
community, yet there are men here
who have surplus money which could
be inivested in this way, and which
would not only increase the value of
their other property, but would b.! a
good investment for their surplus cash.
There are a great many farmers in the
county who have from one to five thous
and dollars which they could easily in
vest in some manufacturing enterprise
of this character and which would give
them good returns for the investment,
and while helping the county and the
town, would also be of great benefit to
them directly. We hope that some en
terprising young business men will
take hold of this suggestion and we
feel sure that another mill can be built
with even less trouble and exertion
than it took to build the mill of the
Mollobon Manufacturing Company.
A Doctor's Bad Plight.
"Two years ago, as a result of la se
vere cold, I lost my voice," writes Dr.
M. L. Scarbrough, of Hebron, Ohio,
"then 'began aa obstinate eough.
Every remedy known to me as a prac
ticing physician for 35 years, failed,
and I daily grew worse. Being urged
to try Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, I
found quick relief, and for last ten
days have felt better than for two
years." Positively guaranteed for
Throat and Lung troubles by all drug
gists. 50c. and $1 00. Trial bottle free.
Jas. A. Mimnaugh came to Newberry
a few years ago and opened up a small
business at the west end of Main street.
His stock was small and he with one
assistant did the business, but by hard
licks, strict attention to business and
a study to please his customers, he has
grown to be the leader in his lines. He
has one of the largest store rooms,
packed from cellar to top story, with
shelves from the floor to the ceilings
couters from one end tothe other, and
a force of salesmen and salesladies that
would do credit to the largest depart
ment houses of the metropolitan cities.
He visits the Northern markets in per
son and selects what he knows his cus
mers want, and on these visits gets the
advantage of bargains that otherwise
could not be obtained, which enables
im to give his customers the benefit
f what he himself has succeeded, by
keeping an eye open to business, in
getting. He alse realizes the value of
printer's -ink, and the friend to t[ie
printer is always the friend to the
people. Watch his ads. in The Herald
and News and you will se.e where you
can get anything you want in the line
*of dress goods, trimmings, millinery,
shoes, clothing, furnishing goods, and
thousands of things that cannot be
metioned here. Call at Mimnaugh3's
and any of his clerks will be pleased to
show you goods and give you prices.
Go and see, and Mimnaugh will d5 the
Shot In His Lt.ft Leg.
For all kinds of sores, bruises, or
other wounds DeWitt's Witch Ha1zel
Salve is a sure cure. Skin diseases
yield to it at once. Never fails in cases
of piles. Cooling and healing. None
genuine but DeWitt's. Beware of coun
terfeits. "I suffered for many years
from a sore caused by a gun shot wound
in my left leg," says A. S. Fuller, Eng
lish, Ind. "It -would not heal and gave
me much trouble. - I used all kinds of
remedies to no purpoee until I tried
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few
boxes completely cured me." W. E.
Peham & Son.
Every Miller Had The Opportunity.
Nearly all mills made pure flour be
fore the anti-Adulteration League was
organized. The league was organized
when the adulteration of flour first be
gan, and was designed to stop it in
its incipiency. Every flour-miller in
the United States was invited to join
the league, but the fact that he had to
make oath that he never had and never
would adulterate his flour, and in addi
tion had to put up a forfeit of $1,000 to
strengthen his oath, caused a large
number to hesitate, and finally to de
cline Bransford Mills, manufacturer
of the "Clifton," was among the first to
join, because it never had and never
expected to adulterate its flour. Is not
such a stand worth considering when
you buy flour with which to feed your
children, especi-t1ly when a poisonous
mineral is being sed to adulterate it?
We think so. Tien order "Clif ton" of
your grocer. Our "White Fawn"(half
patent ) and Spotless (straight) are sold
under the same guarantee. These have
it: E. R. Hipp and Palmetto Grocery
Co in Newberry and J. D. Stokes in
'I he Great Disn..aI Swamp
of Virgi"ia is a breeding ground of
Malaria g ros. Eo a lo w, wet or marshy
ground everywhere. These germs
cause weakn- ss, chills and fever, aches
in the bones and muscles, and may in
duce dangerous maladies. But Elec
tric Bitters never fail to destroy them
and cure malarial troubles. They will
surely prevent typhoid. "We tried
many remedies for Malaria and Stom
ach and Liver troubles," writes John
Charleston, of Byesville, O0, "but never
found anything as good as Electric
Bitters." Try them. Only 50c. All
druggists guarantee satisfaction.
r 6,.3.MO R Col.,
kt the lowest possible prices to
)e had for the same high grade of
roods. We do not sell shoddy
roods. We do not take your
rood money and in exchange give
lou worthless goods. Our's is a
:lean cut business, done in acJean
:utway. We protect our custom
)rs from loss by selling them wor
hy merchandise. We carry fine
ull lines of
Iry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Hosierv,
Inderwear, Millinery, 0inghams, Per
ales, Domestics, Linens, Notions
"# For Men, Women,
t)10eS Boys, Girls ' Babies.
)ur stores are full of goods. We
sk you to visit us. We promise
:ourteous dealing, fair treatment,
owest prices. No misrepresen
ations and a big good stock to
~elect from. Yours truly,
Our Spring Stock of Clothing is .now open for your inspection, and no
ore was ever more completely ready for offering superior styles and
)lendid qualities in Clothing. We were in the market just at the right
me. Trade had been light with clothing manufacturers, and were en
)led to buy our superb stock very low. Never in the histore of ;he eleth
*g trade of Newberry has there been shown such a display / Clothing as
now being made by us. We have all the latest novelties in hea's, Boys'
id Children's Suits and extra Pants, and we say without hesitation that
are better prepared to sell you clothing this season than ever before.
gisiCome to Jamieson, if you want right styles and right prices!
Just as we surpass all other displays in clothing, so do we in Furnishing
oods. The extraordinary variety, the up-to-date styles, the rare quality
d moderate-prices distinguish them and prove the fact t-hat we are supe
or in our line of Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Underwear and everythin rorn
1HIRTS!. SHIRTS!! SHIRTS!!!'
Our line of Shirts cannot fail to be admired by all. You will be delighted
see them. In great variety from 50e to $2.00.
IHOE S! SHOES!! SHOES!!!
Our Shoe department is stocked full of Foot,wear for eyerybody. Any
ascription of this line would fail to 'present it in' full before you. Come to
for Shoes of all kinds. We have then; at the inost moderate prices.
TRAW HATS! STRAW HATS! STRAW HATS!
A great line at $25c. to $4.00. For the best in all these lines abovre
iumerated don't fail to come to
.The Head to Foot Clothier.
With a Bigger Stock, Bigger Values, Better Go.ds, Lower Prices,
Increased Facilities. With these we are asking for your Spri-og
Business. We have never shown such an elegant line of Dry Goods,
Dress Goods, ('lothing, Shoes Hats and Furnshing Goods as we have
today. Everything that is good and up-to-date we have. We want ,..
your trade, and if Quality and Price are consilered we de.serve it.
Just 'some in and try us this Spring, and we know that you will be
. j satisfied and come again. .. -
3A FEWT _PECIA_.__.
~ L a we S c . a y d . 100 Me n s S u its fo r $ io o w ot51 .
~ al Best vard wide Sea 5caya Mens Ss for $1.0 woth 5
ales Heavy 4: Shirting at 5c. a yd. 2.5, $30. $o.o and $5.0 ut ome
5 bles best checked lloneplf u c. ay<1. ani see thes sut bfore you buy. We -
Liniens, Beautiful Qualities at mnoney. ____
e a IC . t r C a 'd 20 c. a y d . - -B e P a d 2 c
We cant matc h e aa 5.ayd. 25 doz. Boysa Kn Pant aot 75. od er
_ __ .--- .- - - stores.
Blaax Brass oosBIC~ rs Qo.a1s1%2000Spairs o e' d at atjsoe
W d l-a the t ieaves-. Alo other stores, any size and kind.
Sprng res unil ou eor lin. eI A large and elegant line of Silks, Silks. -
have the oods riht aud l'rices right. ISilks for Dresses, Waists and Trimniings
YOURS FOR BUSINESS,
eadrs of Loaw Prices, Newherry. - 8. - C.