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House in TI
After standing the sform for th,
front this fall with a large and v
Remember th-tt we sell almost ever3
Our motto is, never misrepresent an
hirty-six inches to the yard, and si)
and square dealing to all, black an
bugle makes the announcement that
prints, black, silver grays, and othe
White homespun. 6ic. per yard. S
People say that the Moseleys c
make a profit. What difference doe
long as you gt the goods?
We have a full line of full furniture
suits, beds, chairs, bureaus, springs,
mattresses, and also mattings, car
pets, rugs, etc.
Elegant reed rockers, $1.75 each.
Capes, Jackets, Ready-made
Skirts, a beautiful line, new and nice
and stylish. We invite everybody
to come and see our fall stock and
make their selections.
An Elegant eight-day clock for
$r.99. In Hardware, Tinware,
Crockery, Stoves, etc., we claim to
Choice seed oats, Sixty cents
Our millinery business is.constant
ly growing and our display this fall
is simply superb. Many Novelties
are displayed and our prices are just
right to suit the ladies. Our Shoe
deparftnent is now cqmplete and we
have the old reliable Bay State brand,
Battle Axe, Wolf, etc. In fine ladies
shoes we have the Kanatina, the Au
tocrat, the Radcliff, the New Idea and
DEDICATION HOLLAND HALL.
Governor Heyward to Participate
To Be Made a Iked Letter Day
For Newberry College.
Every friend of Newberry College
in Newberry, and every citizen of
Newberry is a friend of Newberry
College, rejoiced when the Lutheran
Synod of South Carolina, assemble~d
at Little Mountain, two years ago,
determined that the time had come
for a united and forward movement
in the interest of that institution.
As one of the results ofrthat for
ward movement the new building
erected at a cost of more than
twenty thousand dollars stands prac
tically completed. It is the hand
somest building, not only the cam
pus but in Newberry, and in archit
ectural beauty and convenience of
arrangement is surpassed by few col
lege buildings in the state. It is two
stories high, fronted by a broad por
tico, with immense columns as high
as lh building. It measures 144 by
75 feet. On the first floor are the
president's office and seven large rec
itation halls. On the second floor
is the auditorium, with about four
hundred opera chairs, stage and con
venient dressing rooms, with two
society halls, each measuring about
seventy five by thirty feet. In the
basement is the steam heating plant,
and the building is lighted by elec
The action of the board of trus
tees in giving to the new building
its name "Holland Hall" is universal
ly approved by all friends of the col
lege, alumni, students and all who
knew and loved Rev. George W. Hol
land, D. D., whose very life was put
into the history of the success of the
Arrangements have been complet
ed for the dedication, of Holland Hall
on Reformation Day, October 31, at
8 o'clock p. m.
His Excellency D. C. Heyward,
Governor of South Carolina, will pre
side, having been introduced by Rev.
J. A. Sligh, president of the board of
est and cheapest
! last forty years we come to the
'ell-selected stock of merchandise.
thing, from a cambric needle up.
.article to make a sale. We give
:teen ounces to the pound. Fair
:1 white. The first sound of the
we are selling all our standard
-designs, at five cents per. yard.
ea Island 5c. Riverside plaid 6c.
int sell the goods at the price and
s it make to you what people 6ay as
We have the new things in dress
gods, trimmings, notions, capes,
Jackets, Hats, Caps, Mens', Boys'
Youth' Clothing; Trunks, Valises and
Five Drawer, Ball-bearing, Drop
Head Sewing Machine, $17.93, and a
cheaper machine for $12.50.
We have a beautiful line of Guns,
Shells, Wads, and other Sporting
goods, the prices of the Guns rang
ing from $3.99 to $2o.oo.
Don't buy until you have seen our old
reliable Elm and Iron King Stoves.
They are the best on the market. We
have ranges for $2o.oo each. They
are beauties. Why pay sixty-five
dollars for a stove when we have
them from seven dollars up.
Can sell you a beautiful organ,
Stool included, Walnut Finish, tone
elegant, five years' guarantee, for
All who have been re- aested and
have consented to take part in the
exercises, are men fittingly chosen
because of their close and peculiar
relation to the institution. Rev. R.
C. Holland. D. D., of Charlotte, N.
C., who will offer the opening prayer
is the brother of Dr. George W. Hol
land: Rev. A. G. Voigt, D. D., Dean
of the Theological Seminary at Mt.
Pleascant, Charlestan. who will make
the principal address, was for many
years intimately connected with the
college, teaching theology to those
students who were preparing for the
ministry. An address will also be
made by Dr. George B. Cromer,
whose unselfish, untiring and self
sacrificing devotion to the college
during the eight years of h's presi
dency made possible its present
splendid success and laid the founda
tions for its bright future. Rev. J. A.
B. Scherer, Ph. D.,. whose presidency
assures that future, will also make'
an address and conduct the dedica
tion ceremony. The benediction will
be pronounced by Rev. WV. L. Sea
brook, pastor of the Church of the
Redeemer of Newberry, the church
attended by most of the students.
An interesting program. which in
cludes the singing of Luther's great
hymn, "A mighty fortress is our
God." is being prepared.
The Day of Dedication oif Holland
Hall will be a "red letter day." a
day to be set in golden letters in the
high tides of the calendar of New
berry college, a day when students,
alumni, trustees and friends at home
and from abroad should assemble to
renew their devotion to the college
that they love, and to the large!
cause of higher Christian education
in our Southland.
Millions of gallons of Colorado oil
are to be utilized by the Denver and
Rio Grande railroad for laying the
dust along its lines. The first ex
periments will be made along the
road from Denver to Salt Lake City.
As about 4,000 gallons of oil are re
quired to the mile, the petroleum in
dustry will receive quite an impetus
in the (Centennial State.
That is the way
our sLore, and that
you pleased and sal
Last week was a very bus
of people lined our countf
Dress Goods, many Suits
Shoes left us in the hands o
to be bigger and greater thc
We Are Still Getting
We want to im
ARE LEADERS IN
Dress Goods and
In the Dress Goods, Silks and Trirr
all of the Leading Shades and Black,
that is shown in upper South Carolina
for Men and Boys. Don't make a mi
ositively can save you from $1.50 t(
largest stocks of Clothing in Newberr3
Round or square
Suits for Men at $5.00, $7.50, $1C
$1.50 to $250 more at other- stores.
We have Boys' Suits, good wool suil
you should see them to appreciate thf
We have them for everybody-the
ask. We handle only the best makes
to give good wear. .Come to us for yc
Shoes for Ladies from 75c. to $3'.
Come right to our store for Clothing
to quote prices, but we will always be
A big line of Ladies' Jackets and
Homespuns, Jeans, Trunks and Hat
If it's anything to wear you want, c
Outfitters for Everyboc
THE STATE PENITENTIARY Reid f;
An Interesting Statement Concern- Reforn
ing the Convicts and the
Mr. D. B. Peurifoy, who is a mem
ber of the board of directors of the Corn
state penitentiary, was in Newberry
last week on his way home to Saluda
after having attended a meeting of Th
that board. pra
Mr. Penrifoy states that the crop Canad~
on the state farms is fine and wil thca
make over nyve hundred hales of cot- of the
ton to five hundred acres. The five wvester
hundred acres of corn are in fine con- tance
dition and the farms in general are averag
Slourishing. H-e states that the board
will have .a good' solid sum to show
in the next report to"the legislature. Mr.
As to fl.e sentiment which prevails per ce>
in some quarters to sell the state all emi
farms and put all the convicts on the are tot
public roads. he says that out of the drink.
possible s'even'btindred coinicts there well wv
are only about 150 who could be econor
madec effective hands in the road
work, but that they nearly all arce
able to do good work on the farms A re
and go far toward making the insti- Missist
tution self-sustaining. Their work on !has be'
the farms. he says, is more valuable Alle'ma
than their work on the roads would been t
be. As to the present distribution of ing ish:
the convicts" he gives the following long b
interesting t:gures: tute a
Abbeville county .... .... ..8. to the
Greenwood county .. .... ....1
Bamberg county .. .. ...........9
Saluda county .. .... .... .....4. Pers
Chester county .. .... .... ...2 either
Anderson county .... .......4. call ar
Sumter comnty .... .... ........been a
Pickens county .. ..............6cnb
Edgefield county .... ...........7
Total in counties .... .. .... 51 Assign
we have our customers leave
is our aim at all times to have
y week with us. Hundreds and hundreds
kr- every day, and thousands of yards of
of Clothes and several hundred pairs of
f satisfied customers. This week we want
in the last was.
in NEW GOODS EVERY DAY.
press upon you the fact that
THREE MAIN LINES, NAMELY:
Clothing and Shoes.
Lming line we have everything that is new and stylish i
and one of the largest stocks to make a selection from
Quality and Style right, and prices the lowest.
)rcoats and Odd Pants
stake and buy your suits before you see our line. We
$2.00 on every suit you buy. We have one of the
r for you to select from.
cut. Well made and perfect fitting.
.00, $12.00, $15.00 and $18.00-the same suits sell for
s, at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00;
best shoes you ever put your hands on for the prices we
of shoes, shoes that we can recommend and guarantee
ur shoes, you will be pleased.
o. Shoes for Children from 25c. to $1.50.
r Men from $1.00 to $5.00.
, Shoes and Dry Goods. We haven't space in this paper
lower. We know we can please you and save you money.
Furs, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Flannels, Outings,
ome right straight to our store and you will be pleased.
.y, and Leaders in Styles and Low Prices.
ton farm .. .. ..........i O UNY F EBR
latory .. ............. .-5 COR5? OMN L
n college .. .... ........33 (CmaitfrPtto)
y mill, yard, and hospital..38o ihe .Knr ta. liii~
plete total.. .... .......675 ans
northern belt of forests is,ber,.C.onaedyiNvcib.
s greater in extent than all the wti hrlglhuso ae l
timber belts and reserves of ta rc rpre fln cia~
combined. It extends from ~fute 1)Ars oeo es
stern part of Labrador. north
!6ftieth parallel in a north- Sae aoead n
ily direction to Alaska, a dis-bone bylds fA. .Nas, .
of about 3.000 miles, with an
width of perhaps oomiles. M okadJ .Welr
Carnegie gives a bonus of 1oH0. iad
it. upon their yearly wages to Mse
>loyes on the Skibo estate who\asesOfi,
al abstainers from intoxicating
He believes that such arc ewbry .C,Otbr1.10
orth their bonus, both from an
iic and a social point of view. SeilTaiShdls
cently formed crevasse on theLarn......80 $35
ippi just above 'New OrleansClno......8:5 27
en1 p)oring inlto the Great DesGodie.....838 25
nds swamp. The result has Knrl......84
multiply the so-called "float-Gay.......85
Lnds" for which the swamp hasJap.......8:8 23
een noted, until they constitu- Nwer......:0 2.
menace to the inh:abitants and Poprt.....93
railroads. Ltl onan...
NOTICE. Arv no tto,Cfi~a
ans indebted to S. J. Wooten110A.M
by note or account, will please RtrigSeilTan ev
d pay same to me. I have UinSain60 .M iitNw
uthorized to collect same and bry71,Citn80 .M aw
found at his store. es84 .M
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