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F CELEBRATION MAY TWENTY.
Spectacular Colonial Parade.-Colon
ial Dames in Costume a Striking
Charlotte, N. C., April 26.-Work
on the mammoth reviewing Stand,
from which President William H.
Taft and Mrs. Taft, will review the
parade daring the twentieth of May
celebration, which is to be -held in this
city May 18, 19 and 20, will be begun
in a few days and completed in time
for the big event. Seats to the stand
will be sold at $1.00 each while $2.00
will be charged for several reserved
seats. President Taft will make his
address immediately after the parade.
One of the special features of the pro
cession will be the floral exhibition.
The Colonial Dames, Children of the
Confederacy and other patriotic or
ganizations <have consented to take a
part, their organizations to be rep
resented by members not only of
Charlotte, but also from other sec
tions of this and adjoining States.
T-here is every indication that the
city will have within its borders more
people than ever before in its history.
Everv town in North Carolina will be
represented' and a large number from
other States will be present. It is es
timated that not less than 100,000
people will be here on President's
Day. All railroads have offered spec
ial reduced rates.
Produce the Contract.
Charleston News and Courier.....
Numerous South Carolina newspa
pers are discussing a recent Atlanta
story to the effect that "Felder &
Rountree" are to receive $200,000 for
their services in the state dispensary
litigation, most of them denying it
'stoutly. W. F. Stevenson, attorney
for the Winding-down Commission,
also denies it with some minuteness of
elaboration. We accept the denials,
because they come from trustworthy
sources, and also for the palpable
reason that a $2,000 fee would appear
not less than $20,000 to the vision of
an Atlanta attorney and $20,000 is
invariably translated into six figures
by the time that it reaches the forms
of an Atlanta newspaper.
But where is the contract ?
Between the representatives of the
state of South Carolina and the At
lanta attorneys there was and is a
contract and it is in writing-the
latter presumption 'resting on the
theory that the South Carolinians
knew that they were dealing with
rising 'lawyers of Atlanta, all of.
whom rise early and wink seldom.
The contraet is the best evidence. It
is or should be a very simple con
traet,~ one that "he who runs may
read,'' and as the discussion has
taken a wide range in the newspapers
of South Carolina, we marvel that the
contract has not been given to the
When a written contract is in ex
istence, all extraneous evidence of
its contents is secondary-the law
yers of The News and Courier are
"learned'' enough to go before the
court on that proposition without
Our "subpena duces tecun'' is,
therefore, respectfu-lly addressed to
Mr. W. F. Stevensor and his learned
Gilder and Weeks Drug Co. Will
Furnish the Medicine Free in
Every Case Where They Fail
To Cure Catarrh.
We have a medicine made from the
preseription of one of the most suc
cessful eatarrh specialists known.
This medicine has a record of 98 per
cent of cures, and we believe it is
positively without an equal. We are
so satisfied that we are right, that we
will supply the .medicine free in every
instance wJere it is used according to
directions for a. reasonable length of
time and lails to cure and give satis
faction in every particular. We want
every one in Newberry to try this
medicine at our 'risk. There are no
conditions or formality attached to
our offer. We put the user under no
obligation to us whatever.
The medicine we want you to try is
Rexall Mucu-Tone. It is a catarrh
remedy that goes direct to the seat of
trouble. It is carried by the blood to
every part of the system. It seeks out
and destroys the germs or parasites
which cause Catarrh. It purifies and
enriehes the blood, tones up the muco
cells, soothes and heals the tissues
that were ravaged by the catarrha-l
parasite, and bring about a condition
of health and strength that prevents
the germs of consumption from ever
getting a start. Besides this, Rexall
Mueu-Tone is a wonderful appetizer.
digestive aid and flesh builder. Its
good effects are felt from thre very
first dose. It is one of the largest and
most satisfactory selling medicines
that we have ever thad anything t odoj
with. We know so much of the great
good+tha it has done that we person
Whis week the best of
wish to make yo.
sale here HY
More flowers, fruits, orname
of stylish Millinery is shown it
tomers try the o her millinery :
it's the best proof we got the o1
and popular priced millfnery.
THIS IS THE
-$ 1.z50 & $2
Great puachase of waists
almost five hundred waists an
the greatest sales and purchas
a bargain should be hIle.
$1.50 and $2.00 Waists chc
Large Shipment o! Must
You never had au opportunity to
3nowv white under-ear. Every ga
in center of the store where it will
lly back it up 'with our reputation
nd money, which fact should be
mple guarantee to satisfy anybody.
Rexall Mucu-Tone comes in two
sizes, 50e. and $1.00. We urge you to
:ry it. Gilder and Weeks Druggists,
gewberry, S. C.
[here was a man in Maryville
Who liked to take a drink,
and when the 'township voted dry
His mood was black as ink.
Ee sold his home, packed 'his stuff,
Paid up his every debt,
and moved away to Perryville,
Because that town was wet.
Bis second month in Perryville
They also voted there
And when the drys won out again,
He fairly pulled his hai.r.
'It 's liberty or move,"''he said,
And tore his pantaloons
A-moving off to Berryville,
With seventeen saloons.
The only way to save the boy f.rom
~he saloon is to abolish the saloon.
OTIOE OF OPENING or BOOKS
Notice is hereby given bhat I will
>pen the books of r-egistration of the
[own of Newberry April 27, 1909, at
:he office of the Clerk and Treasurer
>f he said Town, and that they will
s'main open for a period of 'ten (10)
lays for the registration of the names
>f qualified electors of the said town
or the special eleetion ordered to be
2ed on the 18th day of May, 1909,
m the question of issuing bonds for
'h purpose of extending the sewer
ge and wa.terworks of the Town of
Olin L. Buzhardt,
Supervisor of Registration for the
1own of Newherry.
April 26, 1909.
all. Values that will de
i want to make it from
\S NO EQUAL FOR TH
r EVERY EXPRES
nts. shapes, veiling, etc. No
i this part of the state. When
)t:>res and then come to us and b
her millinery stores skinned a mi
WEEK OF WE
UGH'S IS THE PLA
Waists for 98 Ct
o sell for only 98 cents each.
i about three dozen styles. T
e ever attempted. Every wome
ice for only 98 cents.
In Underwear Goes on Sale this
buy such beautiful qualities for the
rment specially priced. Big showinc
be easy to choose from the tempting
Are You Satisfied?
Seriously, are you perfectly con
tented to go on living in a rented
house year after year, paying out .a
large percentage of what you earn
by hard work just to keep a roof over
If not then take the bull by the
horns and buy a home for yourself.
If you think you haven't enough
ready money, you had better investi
gate. It doesn't take as muchi perhaps,
as you have been figuring on.j
And don't let any scruples against
assuming an obligation deprive you.
If everybody had to wait until they
had enough saved to buy outright,
mighty few people would be living in
their own houses. Most homes nowa
days are bought on the extended pay
ment plan. A plan that means saving
that month-ly rent is worth consider
I Have for Sale:
76. Eight room 'house with barn
and wood shed on Harrington street.
83. Two lots on Hunt street.
86. Four room house on Glenn
street. near the Mollohon Mfg. Co.
87. Forty acres land about 2 miles
Seven room house on Friend street.
Four room cottage on Nance street,,
with modern conveniences.
Seven room house on Harrington~
street with modern conveniences.
J. A. Burton.
TO KEEP OUT THE FLIES
you should be prepared with a
full outfit of doors and window
screens. No longer recognized
as luxuries, they are regarded as
absolute necessities as providing
the only effectual remedy against
flies, mosquitoes, bugs and all
intruders The kind we sell are
of the best wire netting and sea
soned wood frames.
Send us your orders for Lawvn
Mowers, ILawn Sprays and Gar
SUMM~ERl BR1OTHES 00.
light all who enter our doors. No matter how large a purchase you
a large and varied -assortment. The desirable merchandise on
IN 100 More New Skirts.
No Such a Stock of Ladies' Separat- Skirts Shown in
This Part of South Carolina.
uch a stock 50 Fine Chiffon Panama Skirts, $6.50 value, sale price $4 98.
rou see cus- 50 Fine Chiffon Panama Skirts, $8.50 value, sale price $6.49.
ly their hats 50 Fine Black Voil Skirts, satin trimmed, $10.00 value, sale price $7.49.
le on stylish 50 Fine Black Voil Skirts, satin trimmed, $8.50 value, sale price $6.48.
25 Fine Black Mohair Skirts, the best $8.00 value, sale price $5.98.
EKS PROFITS ARE FORGOTTEN ON WASH GOODS
CE A great capture of Mill Ends scooped in at 35 cents on the dollar, includ
ing White Lawns, India Linens in 30 to 40 inch wide. Never before were
S. such values given in wash goods.
his is one of 30 inch book fold White Lawn, 8 1 3c. kind, sale price 5 cents.
n who loves 34 inch book fold White Lawn, I Oc kind, sale price 7 1-2. cents.
40 inch long fold White Lawn, 12 1-2c kind, sale price 9 cents.
40 inch long fold Lingerie Cloth, 20c kind, sale price 15 cents
Week, Stylish Trimmed Hats.
price. Fresh 100 dozen just received from our New York Factory. All the very newest and
strictly up-to-date, trimmed with beautiful flowers, fruits and foliage. These hats
will be made will be shown the first time this week. $1.98, $2.49, $2.98, $3-50, $4.00 $5.oo and up
ots. to $io.oo. You'd better hurry up if you want to save half your money.
__ ne LJ GIesSak
do not look for cheapness-but for the best
their Money will buy with the least nutlay,
* ~ they recognize the economy.of buyig the
~ ~ PERFECT FITTING CLOTHES, an.d~they
rhave learned that Schloss Bros. & Co. of Bal
timore and New York, are leading makers of
* ....A~.the world in making Correct Clothes for Gen
tlemen and that in buying these Clothes, you
have the satisfaction -of being stylishly and
becomingly dressed at moderate cost-We are
exclusive Agents for this city for these cele
brated clothes-they are here for your inpec
f~ymq.e i~,tion. Take a cue from the shrewd leaders in
the ranks of life, and try these Clothes. We
BaioeadNew Yr. .are certain once tried-you will wear no others
All the latest weaves and fabrics, in both plain and fancy shades
We can fit ?nd please every form and figure-be you Long or Stout,
Short or Slim-Smart Snappy Styles for t he chap that wants to be IT
-or Quiet refined stylish clothes for the dignified man of affairs.
The Money Saver--the Shrewd Invester is.
Welcome-- Thrice Welcome
Furnishings-the newest and La- BOYS SUITS. Sos&Ofd
test Novelties forMen and Young -With plain and Knickerbocker
Me.Pants at $2.00 to $8.00. For Men, Ladies and B3oys.
osery-in plain and fancy effects Best Makes-Fit good and
-the guaranteed kind. Suits for Men and wear well.
Shirts-in attractive patterns- Yon M nfomPied L w
some gay and sporty-others plain Pr2ce.Low
-the right fitting kind. $0.00 to $50
Newberry. - South Carolina.