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The Secret Orders,
The officers of Amity Lodge No.,
87, A. F. M., were installed at a
special meeting of the lodge held on
Friday night. Following is a comu
plete list of the officers:
Worshipful Master, G. S. Mower.
Senior Warden, I. H. Hunt.
Junior Warden, F. H. Dominick.
Secretary, J. H. M. Kinard.
Treasurer, L. M. Speers.
Senior Deacon, Van Smith.
Junior Deacon, T. 0. Stewart.
Stewards, W. M. Thomas and
W. A. McFall.
Tyler, W. S. Mann.
Signet Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M.,
has elected and installed the follow
E. H. P.. George S. Mower.
E. K,, McK. Hutchison.
S., I. H. Hunt.
C. of H., Fred H. Dominick.
P. S., S. H. McLean.
R. A. C., Guy Daniels.
M. 3 V., B. C. Matthews.
M. 2 V., J. J. Mayer.
M. i V., William Kibler.
Treasurer, A. J. S. Langford.
Secretary, Van Smith.
Sentinel, W. S. Mann.
THE ODD FELLoWs.
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, I.O.O.F.,
elected the following officers on
Noble Grand, L M. Player.
Vice-Grand. J.. W. Earhardt.
Secretary, W. B. Thompson.
Treasurer, Theo. Danielson.
Financial Secretary, F. H. Camp
The installation will take place
on January ist.
Death of Mrs. Frances M. Pearcy.
Mrs. Frances M. Pearcy, mothet
of the Rev. J. H. Pearcy, pastor ol
Whitmire, Prosperity and Enorec
churches, was buried at Mt. Taboi
church, near Whitmire, on Friday
afternoon, the Rev. J. F. Andersor
conducting the funeral services.
The sermon was preached in the
Whitmire Baptist church from Ps,
116: 15: "Precious in the sight oj
the Lord is the death of his saints.'
The deceased was born JanuarN
1ith, 1822. With her husband
the Rev. George Pearcy, she spani
nine years in China as a nissionar
of the Cross (x8416-55). The lag
ten years of her life were spent it
the home of her son, the Rev. J. H
Pearcy. She leaves the said so
and his three children; the threir
eldest children of the Rev. I. M
Mercer, D). D., whose first wife wva
her dlaughter, Fannie; four brothers
two sisters and1( a host of relative
and friends to mourni her dlepartunre
She lived a life of piet y and useful
nese. She died a deathi of simoh)l
trust in Jesus.
Thle ThIef Captured.
It will b - remlen,bxeed that seve
rai weeks ago the back door of Pur
cell & Scott's esta:blishmenit wa:
found open late at night and abou
5. ini change was found to bi
missing from the money dlrawe:
and it was thought sev'eral article:
were taken. Vesterdamy mmorning
Pol iecinan Ca rtr brouigh t in a lit
tie negbo, Robecrt .11g, whod wa:
selling i.oba:cco and spoon)is .n I la
irst that his faxthecr had' gi;eum
Yo1ds to himiu to, sell b. later ad~
egro hoy', haid promuised hhimi 2
nits for selling them. lie saih
illiamus got them from Purcell 8
ott's store. The goods wer<
en to the store and identified
lixams denies the charge.
-. C. L. McFadden, of Wofford
e, will spend tile holidays
his sister. Mrs. WV. B. Kinard
St. Phillips section.
*s Ethel J ackson, of L ancaster
spend Christmnas wvith bei
., Mrs. WV R1 Kiarl.
3 Big Value giving, mc
our signs for every want in t
offered at a sacrifice. Too r
spring novelties ever steam<
plunged to the hilt. Profits
of bargain giving opportunit
follow the crowds to the Cas
est prices and Modern Merc
7000 bolts fin, Imported Dress Goods in
tures from the world's most famous man
together, goods worth 50c, 7oc and Soc
100 yds. guaranteed 36 in. Taffeta si
linas over $1.50 per yard, our 3 days price
1000 yds, peau (e Soie 36 in. wide an,
$2.00 yd., our 3 days price 99c.
50 \a ist Patterns in Broken Plaids ni
lengths, no0 2 pieces alike, al.d sold in Newu
at$5o per pattern. 3(das sellhug $2.98e
10 pice 54 and( 56 iH. Fine Suit
overloadedI suit manufacturer aniid sold in CI
yard. going for the next 3 (lays selling 641c
5 pieces 56 in. R u..siana 8uiting, an 8:
to the trade for BroaLdcloth by somne store
selling 45c ydl.
I 27 pieces fine WXest of E.ngland BIroad'
per yard, we sell you what you want the:
Now is the time toi buy your fine (lies,
price Ne wberry'a greaLtest D ress G. ood'
L Store. Ask your nei glhors aibomt u.
ooyds. Jeares I2.1 cenit- yia.
Sooi pairs1 $1 50 and Si 75 1,aice Curaii
Days Till Ch
ney saving days at Newberry's gre
he Dress Goods and Dry Goods line.
nany goods, we must have the roor
1d southward. On all winter goods I
thrown to the wind. The Cash Stor
,ies grasped only in a lifetime. Be
h Store, Newberry's Greatest Dry C
Black and all mix- home stretch
ufacturers thrown ioo bolts
yd for the great duplicated in
]k worth the Caro- Ifinloo
:79vorth $1.75 and this great sah
If you ar
Iumum. t x prM M E M iMI: . .- . c
d,J .: r in 4 yd'.M- d
fl o r iYs igStre
ch.h Svrh $ ( oo To
niXL (0u.ll frot 7aCll :rtn(
it boit ue alf5th - ia
, our price3 d asl"""
' ~ and( Chilren
c ~lot wort $(h .. 1 :u
ext da a t 2i Q in Nlc
i t abou oneehat
atest Dry Goods Store. Hunt
A splendid Up-to-Date Stock
n for the greatest line of early
he knife of cut prices has been
e is the place to buy. 3 days
Dn hand Tuesday morning and
oods Store, the home of Low...
days sale 471c. yd.
$1.oo, $1.25, $1.50 Dress Goods that can't be
Newberry, Big Store at above prices 74c yd.
miles of the Casvj Store it will pay yu to visit
and buy a fine Silk Dress at one half price.
e a stranger in the city just follow the crowds.
lied~Ll 'l'ieking ' ard.
I ' l tid-onle to' :mot her wVo i re.ich to) Sa1luda.
y', vests II) c'nt, ch~
aI m yl~ ot her, b)a(c u e wec sell t) h- 5c7 d.oule hIeci
rood hie vyv out ing for 3 dacyst u-lig 7e yard.
just opened7( from bi he.al eemi col;,sion, slit
d4 (*1 D ress