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We have bought the goods righ
Linen and White Goods Values.
This Is where we ask that you think of the prices made.
36 in, W e Linens that's worth 50 and 60c., sale price 37 1-2c. yd.
36 in. White Linens that's worth 35c., sale price 18c. yd.
36 in. Colored Linens that's worth 35c., sale price 18c. yd.
32 in. Colored Linens worth 12 1-2c., sale price 8c. yd.
Brown Linen worth 35c., sale price 19c. yd.
Line Towels, pure flax, worth 39c., sale price 23c each.
Linen Towels hemstitched, worth 25c., sale price 19c. each. .
A good Huck Towel worth 12c., sale price 8c. each.
We picked up just 29 remnants of Table Damask in 2, 2 1-2, 3 and
3 1-2 yd. lengths, for this sale, that are worth much more money,
while they last at 47c. to $1.69 each.
The sheer and soft Dress Fabrics in white, and colors, consisting
of Dotted Swiss, Chiffons, Persian Lawns and Organdies that we
claim are worth double the prices.
46 in. Persian Lawns, worth double, sale price 19c. yd.
46 in. Persian Lawn, worth double, sale price 15c. yd
40 in. Silk Persian worth 25c , sale price 12 1-2c. yd.
40 in. Lingerie Cloth worth 35c., sale price 17 1-2c. yd.
Victoria Book Fold Uhwn worth double, sale price 7 1-2c. yd.
White Lawn, worth double, sale price 9c. yd.
White, black, lavender and blue Mercerized Lawn, a cloth that
sells everwhere at 50c, 46 in. wide, sale price 19c. yd.
White Mericized Waistings, if you dont want to buy, that's your
business if you do, take your choice of lot No. 1. that sold for 25c.
yard, sale price 12 1-2c. yard.
Lot No. 2 that sold up to 40c. yard, sale price 19e yard.
Silk Tissue, with the dots worth 60c., sale price 25e. yard.
Silk Organdies, Large Floral Designs, sale price 17 1-2c. yard.
Batiste Organdy and Dotted Swisses worth 15c., sale price 10c.
I Lot Colored Organdy worth 12 1-2c., sale price 8 1-3c.
1 Lot Orgaidy and Batiste, 10 yards to customer, worth 6 1-4c.,
sale price 3 1-2c.
One Lot of Colored Wash Goods, slightly soiled, worth up to 25c ,
sale price 5c. yard
These prices are for
things that occurred at Dr. Earle 's position to testify on mattei
witi you, Mr. Klingenberg and the might afterward have to pass
doctor present?' im his capacity as a judge at
1I do not know just what infer- future time. It would also bi
enlee you mean to draw, Mr. Lyoni, dignified in him to contribu
hut it seems to be a very unfair one. this campaign machine.
Wnhat I have said is absolutely the W. A. Clark on the Stand,
truth, and as far as I know Dr.
,arle's testimony is true, It was W. A. Clark, 25 eas prex
natur. for me seeing im up here to (1 tle (aIrolind bank, was nex
feel veryv contrite and out -of sorts witiestkovd houesi qetlyho
wit Ii himself for having taken. Mr. svral~ yeares reluetlfed
Klinigenberg to his house. If Mr. thei~ d'Iispensary thou' his ban
KlI igenbierg t ook that opportumit y, tha Wliamisii taha &ul Cish.,
while he was a guest there. to leart carid ailvery lanrge deosi,w
and( having learned, bring D)r. E arle( inda bank.lorgse eosit <i
up here, to repeat thie vague rumors~ (ea rs,i but1k fhat this eighth
to which he refers.' <leprs. it that thih wasr. th
'Mr.. Deal, did you niot. know that thaot from Lanahan at one. 1im
Mr. Klingenber'g was in the emplay taot $2r.0 aaianvest e im o
of' t his comtte' a.)entrpr200,00 bnesd haingCo
'Yes, sir; but I did no(t take l\ ..sm eitriineothe lenridese havin
lingenberg t.here as a detective or ai sil lthere Soetiter hese C(
SPy'' b ial concerns could not havy
'Mr.. D)eal, did you expect him to started but for the assistance
go around there and stick wads ofLahn. We Gnrl
cotton in, his eas' asked Mr. Lyon eaasher Wf hen enk, al
with a fine show of sarcasm. of the purchasing board, Mr.
''I took him around there as a gen- lhan's account was withdrawn
theman to play a gentlemanly game Joess request. The regular
of whist. And I wish to state fur-- interest was being paid on t
thier, that if Mr. K(lingenb)erg 's ideas pst n hr a bou
were different I did not kniow it, I trutht nd ther stateen adeu
also remember that these statements years ago by A. C. JTones, o1
were made at a gentleman's private .herry, that no0 interest was
home and that I did not repeat paid. After Mr. Jones came
them.''" board the deposit came back
Mr.. Lyon: "'Now, Mr. Deal, do I ban1k, and remained until a:
catch the sum an.d substance of your so go
answvers to be that doctor or that you Tn December, 1904. Mr.. I.
did make tihe statement that y~oui did wrote him a letter comp)lamuii
not knowv that doctor knew so much at the December purchiasinlgi
about ths' of the b)oard lhe had gotten im
'"No, sir; I did not make that for only 200 barrels and 100<
statement. I did state to Mr. K(ling- Hunter's rye and that lie wa
enherg coming home that Dr.'Earle disappointed at the business 9
had made the statement in my pres- Ithe cheap Jew houses of t
ene bfoe.', that only three Gentile lhons
''You kbefor. that Mr. Klingenlberg Ipatronied at that meetin
was in the employ of the commit- Fleishmannl, repiresenited h
,e,' Cantey, had gotten large ord
te'Yes, sir; but I did not take him that lie wvanted Mr. Clark to
around to Dr. Earle's as an employo matter up with the governo
o e ou a.nd Dr. Earle were state' buoiness was drifting
not deceived as to Mr. Klingenbergl' ,Mr'. Clark said he sent h
"I certainly was deceived I took jto the governor, who replied
him to be a gentleman."' charges were too vague, u
Mr. Deal was agin interrupted. Mr.. Lanahanl would ma <
Judge Gary Fixcused. eifie charges lhe wordCtak
At this point Judge Gary, who had( ter up and act. -Mr. tlark
been summoned as a witness, camell sent the goerii as ltter atI
forw~ardl and asked that he be ex- aban,~ buit ta.wstels
ensed from testifying for two good of the affair.ha it asii ne
reasons-first, because lie knew 01)- ly asserted th ito a eb
solutely nothing' and secon d,bause vpsay cash not onyto thembe
it wvould place him in auiavwr tt o~d u oted
dloy Morniog, 8.30 0'clo
t and promise the trade they shall re
Silks and Dress Goods
That's Right in Price and Quality.
46 in. Silk Mohair worth $1. 25, sale price 84c. yard.
44 in. Sicilian worth 76c., sale price 45c. yard.
44 in. Black Voile worth $1 26, sale price 75c. yard.
42 in. Bluck Batiste, extra value 75c., sale price 49c. yard.
50 in. Black Mohair worth $1.00, sale price 67 1-2c yard.
46 in. Black and Navy Gloria Cloth, sale price 59c. yard.
38 in. Black Voile, a flyer, sale price 37 1-2c. yard.
38 in. Henrietta worth 45c , sale price 29c. yard.
38 in. BlMck Mohair worth 39c., sale price 22c. yard.
Silks That's Right.
27 in Floral Japs, you know the value, sale price 47 1-2c. yard.
27 ir.. Silk Crepe de Chine, black and white, worth $1.00, sale price
36 in. Jap Silks worth 65c., sale price 35c yard.
36 in Colored Taffeta, worth $1.25, sale price 78c yard.
36 in. Black Taffeta, warranted, $1.39 kind, sale price 77 1-2c. yard.
If you want stylish, cool and Light Millinery at the right price we
invite you to look at a new lot of Lingerie Hats just arrived. Ali the
new things in shapes and trimmings. Our price for work and
material in this department is lower than the lowest. We intend to
make a clearance sale, any reasonable price accepted for any article
in this department.
A Few Prices that Should Appeal to You.
Androscoggin Bleaching 7 1-2c. yard. Riverside Plaide 5 3-4c. yd.
40 in. White Homespun 6c- yd. Best Drills 6 1-4c. yd.
Hooks and Eyes 1c. card. Colored Sp. Silk 3 1-2c Sp.
Good Corset 19c. each. Men's Bleached Drawers 23c. pr
Duck Hats for Boys, as long as they last 12c. each.
CASH. No goods taken back. None sent on appr
-s he themselves. He had to pay $2 a THE NEWBERRY DELEGATION.
upon ease to get the stuff bought and 50
some cents to the dispensers to get it sold. What they Have to Say Abour the
1 un- Answering other questions Mr. Alleged Charges That They
to to Clark said that no whiskey man ever Wede Bought.
eame into his bank swearing abolit
how he had been held up by the state
b)oarld. lie knew it. Maanton, of Char- Senator p ole i. Blease WHerad
at leston, but Mr. Mantou had not made y a representative o aye Herald
p such a kick. .p%\ mew i lie had any stimnt
t ie Cross-questioned by Mr. Gaston A . . Din ret the tdIinsAy
r t le Mr. Clark said he knew" of nothmg . . inesiaig coite to e peffecty
fro"' else that iguiht bring;~l. Mr Lanvhan tha tMr.g ('(iansitt empttlyed eMr.
,1C an t Club a irt erly. Hie did know t0as a~i hi as atorepy. ' Senato
""eof his hiavinag stock in the lichland I tease si'' attoctedal kinator
h the (list illery. Mr. Clark said Mr. Lana-I eaign Siil:'i es pen d lknd s hen'
('e a a neese h orlc l eteed the race for governior t her'e
onl cot ton mills anid in the street ear. beiing among my political enemies a'
e had _____"_____''"'______eer(('tainl element of peolelt who would
iimlia IMr. eal esigs.sto4p to anything to (deal mec re
umbia, r. M. De'alRsgs gardless of honor or truth. I shall
are M.AM.Da.who has b)een the mai~ke answer'( oin thle stum biefor)(t(Ie theit
weeof ficial st enogriapher of. i the investi
'olum gaitinig commiitte has sen thle comn- ' 'From the letters T am reciving
fMrmit tee t he following open letter of: amid the repom'ts of my friends, I am
,oe, reiim.ation: very much encouraged in my race,
Joebe Juine 10, 1906. and4 believe that after I have had the
embera- lioi . -a Chairman Dispen- opipor'tiunity to addr'ess the voters of
La na - sary In v'estiga ting C om m ittee, C am - e c o m y T w l e e e t d G v r
tuGen. den, S. C.-My Dear Senator: Ini nor' of the State. I have nothing more
ule- view of the occuirrence at the session to say before I get before the
el e- oif the investigating coimnfit tee onl people, and then I expect to
sealy Fr'iday' wheni I was foi'ced to express and :am wvilling to standl upon my
Neveaw- v'igorous dissent t.o the methods em- public record, 'and my private chiar'
beingw- p)l(yed by the sub-committee, coin- actor, both of which I am prwiid of
beinghe posed of Messr's. Chrmistensen anid nd i'ea dy to (defentd at all times, at
tf the iLyon securing testimony, and the all pilaces, in any way and under
totefur'ther' fact that, while I am aycrusacs'
rro hor'oughly in symp)athy wvith the piir- inepresentative F'. W. Higgins says:
anhnpose of' thle inivestigationl and before '' I have read the repor't of the tes
anha that everyi''i dishomnest official shoul tiionv t aken before the investiga
hetn e 1)mishedl, T amn not *in sympathy timng committee, and il' it were pos.
ondet'g withI thei( investigation iitis to be sible for thme people oif thme State it
oresconduc(tedl along those lines, and I innlerstand all of the c'ircumstanea
as muc thiereftore deemi it adlvisab)le to place conniected wvith it. as the people o:
int my resignation with you to be sub- Newhberr'y do, T shmould trieat it wvith
ein et mitted to the committee. indifference. As it is T wish t,o sa:
e Were T wish to express my appreciat ion that there is not an atom of trmut.l
s, weret the many' courtesies extended to lin the repor't. T expect to have ai
, Mha me by the members of the commilYittee, opportunity, and on ever'y oppiortunm
J. M and o my regreCt at havinig to take this litv offer'edl durinig the campaign, t<
n'k, the actioni. Iset. forever at r'est an imputatioi
akethe \Vithi personal regards to your'self,chrteidbyshadeeg<
y th et sir, Very rcspectfuilly yours, for~ the amenities of existence.
n teAugustus M. Deal, hiave approached Mir. Evans ini re
is letterCler'k. gard to the matter, and he assure
th lter The commiittee will consider the me that there is no truth in thme state
that the r-esignation wheni it meets here again mient of Davis in so fan as that pci
thae if on Tuesday at nion- t aining to the Newvberry dlelegatio
hre mpt- is coniicernedl.'
hale at-- .o 'ol nnll'i (w lleprnese'ntaitive JIohni M. TIayk(
s ays aedFOR i SAle-w mare. Amilh cow. says: ' 'The ebar'ge made b)y HI. I
me. hLard an1n u ae neO l . ans as test Ii(led to by 4. C. Dav'i
eqerd is--outl fle My re'cord( in tI
requento WANTED-to h)uy a second hand I .egislature will show t hat I wvi
's o the Steam Press. Addlress X, car'e of against the (dispensary from stai
.peer item'hl & Ncews. to finish, anid when this recor'd is ce
(ck, ForTen Dos,
ap the many good values right.
Embroidery Laces and Notions.
Now when you think of buying Laces and Embroidery, we will say
we have just double the amount we want and am going to sell you
these at half regular price. Don't forget they will go fast come
early and get the pick.
Lot No. 1, consisting of Lawn, Nansook and Swiss Edges, sale price
8 1-3c. yard.
Lot No. 2, consisting of Cambric, and Lawn Edges, sale price 8c. yd.
Lot No. 3, consisting of Insertions worth up to 15e , sale price
7 1-2c. yard.
Lot No. 4, consisting of Lawn Edges, worth 5c., sale price 3 1-2c. yd.
' Lot No. 5, consisting of Insertions and Edges, soiled, as long as
they last, 2c.
1 1et Val and Round Thread Lace Edges, worth up to 15c. sale
1 Lot Linen Torchon, while they last, sale price 4c. each.
1 Lot Torchon Lace, 6 yards pieces, sale price 8c. piece.
Pretty Lot Lingerie Collars, worth 35c. sale price 24c. each.
A Lot Winsor Ties, Checks and Dots 24c. each.
1 Lot Wash Embroidery Belts, with Pearl Buckles 25c. each.
1 Lot Wash Embroidery Belts, worth 25c, sale price 19c. each.
21 dozen Turnover Collars, worth 10c. sale price 4 1-2 eaeh.
Shoes and Oxfords.
It' s just white or patent leather Oxfords you want for style. We
have them priced right.
One lot Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords worth $1.25, sale price 94c. pr.
One lot Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, white heel,, $1.75, sale
price $1.39 pr
One lot Ladies' pat. leather Oxfords worth $3.60, sale price $2.49 pr.
One lot Ladies' pat. leather Oxfords worth'$3.00, sale price $2.24 pr.
One lot Ladies pat. leather Oxfords worth $2.25, sale price $1.49 pr.
Child's White Canvas Oxfords and Barefoot Sandals for the hot
June weather, the price is right.
One lot Children's Strap Sandals and Oxfords worth 75c. and $1.00,
sale price 49c. pr. Sizes 5 to 10.
oval during this sale.
mined it is absolutely absurd to GRADED SCHOOL ELECTION.
think that I was bought, and in oth
r words my action at all times when lected for Next Year-W. A.
the dispensary system was under tis- Stuckey Re-elected Supt.
Pussion was not at all in accord witi %t a Iiieeting if (lie buard of ils
lhat of one who had been bought. I ees o tlhv Newlerry raded seliol
hope to be able to show the people Mn Tlsdfy afteriloon, Messrs. W.
the absurdity of such an accusation.
t-11414'1-ed Illil' n'si.-niaitioll as meln
I shall demand a posit Iive answer , .. .. I'd
so s T tIn e wo iiow w s aTwo ' Tseesi( reign-eaes e:-p
eit y I ~~~ ~ ~ ~t aiikadna n i ai ft m~ e-eet inof the bionn g i 'f1) (trus
havewaied o sc asla eneilt teoni lereduiiii thi5 renatin lisu miem
fom Mr. Evans(ii as1( to th e hare Th oni(ly msnsstIb'tasas
iiepreseingttive .i atenW.nt attrrbdted.'nd eeneberE. Uaiie wa's no. ean-e
toahi: "To as ephti mnwe ad In uiiy .pesonnel~ 'o ii.aMis eet
piate itzeng landgea it i pssiblea ',hat ooe,Mss I,nyuby' nolloay,
cjsityii tinkf eniatyli wn m pand of t lr M-isson Ann numer,t Ma
Mu<h 1ais witrg ich aveay Tioh loin iln Spranmg Miss oAgWi
have wtod Ftuneaate m oentr frmyn hnnne a lcedmhrpae
Mr.cr ivn. the Legilngtr isk any rf W.fi-A.s End-Miss Lar eleaesn
n ientdeiang the a aten aion utedm Mis. . lei an, Marti. 1.Kn
to i in asOCd remhati laner andic bin ll, h Maryo-H BmtV. Mnse(Prn
astrong lanutate lax fit is posible V(.vea ;Hoozer, es Ruby imonswa,
Mr.ic bail, wit hich I nsi ere anoth- Lucile nWi and M tie Elr i
re,or iv the estr ins iat.ff- WetEn- is aua'laen
ing commit tee the powier' it askedl at This is probably the last offieial
that body's hands, without limit as act. of theo present board as uinder' the
to the number of (lays t hey should new act of thle legislatumre a new
rec(ive p)ay, as wvas wanute'd; to1 abol-- board oif live members will be elect
ishi the St ate dispensarmy andl against ed during the fall. ,. cr
the Itaysor-Manninig bill, whichl ap
peaired to ine as a measure liokinig Seao ..BeaeRsg.
o fastening thle dlispensary system naoCleL.lasoiSiti'
on the pieole of. South Iiar'olinia O(iny- n oUo.Hyardters
definitely. 1 suipportIed the Moirgainatiuo eao ueeS lae
bill, wvhichi meant locdal option as be-of ald Cuny ntrPes,
I ween couity dlisp)ensai'ies aiid pro- of Saluda has already gone to Pier're,
hibition, and on measures relating Soiith DiIakot a, where lie will in fu..
to thme, dispensary thle JIournal of the lure recsidle. lie is very much pleased
House of Representatives,. which I with his newv location. His resigna
have at. hiand, shows my voite irecoirdl- lion is dIatedl May 15. and( was to tako
ed against what is now known as the effect on that (late. His sucesAsor
1 present (dispenisary interests as now . wvill, of course, be elected during the
conducted. Oni that record I am will- Icampaign this summer.
. ing to stand or fall.
'1 "As to the vote for Mr. Evans, SNA BEVNE
- chairman, I don''t suppose any one Noieshrbygvnta re
.ever supposed for a momenit that Iafeth lws plyn tohe h
n~ would v'ote for' any other man thanseaieofSnywllb rgiy
tMr. Evans, with no other' candidlatoefoedith Twn fNwbry
ir ini thle fiel from my county, a mat- Al5.lugi 111 vl obde
[. teir, howvever, which Mi'. Eyans never o udy eep.Jelcns a
I l, i met ioned' toi me. Durminiig my teni or i'i S,i(5aidi.
c I welve yearis oif pulic life iieit hem'r udm f'((llcl
s by Mir. Evans nor1 any one elhse hasAtesA.'. i'v,
1. n iproer i'oosa ben ade t erg th e sapyngt h Mao-.
em'kre and iucaer.
By oder f coneil