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Beginning Tuesday morni
lower than the lowest. W
January Prices, which pos
one-third per cent to the ,
store, and if we can't provi
money, then go else wher
Dress Goods and Silks
that we sell for less.
Black Broadcloth, Henrietta and Amurer
Cloth that sells for $1.25 for 84c. yd.
Black and colored Mohair, Serge, Venetian
and Melrose, sells for 65c., for 45c. yd.
Black Panama and Mohairs, sells for 35c.,
for 22 1-2c. yd.
Mixed Suiting, 46 in. wide, worth and sells
for $1.00, for 49c. yd.
The best Covert Cloth, worth and sells for
65c., for 45c. yd.
56-in. Mount Pele Suiting, stands the storm,
sells for $1.00, for 59c. yd.
54-in. English Broadcloth, worth the world
over $1.35, for 90c. yd.
54-in. Englisn Broadcloth, worth the world
over $1.00, for 75c. yd.
24-in. Silk Shirt Waist Patterns, changeable
effects, these goods were bought at a low price
and are worth 75c. and $1.00 yd. We sell
them at the half price notch, only 45c. .yd
36-in. Changeable and Black Taffeta, worth
$1.25, for 97c. yd.
36-in. Black Peau de Sole, worth $1.50, for
C6ats and Jackets.
We don't intend to have any one of these left
if prices and quality will move them. We are
selling a $6.50 Tan Coat for $3.89 each.
Good Cloth Cape 39c. each.
Postively no a
Schubert String Quartette. FRMY
The authorities of Furman UJniver-s- AT rw shrb
ity write as follows to the committeethofiefmao
of the Newberry College Lyceum re-abdeVersl,o
garding this popular artraction, wh~ichnoiao.
will appear in Holland Hall next D.VnSihi e
-Tuesd.ay evening, November 21, at!aacndatfomy
hal-f-past eight: "You can assure your e\oaietersl
people unhesitatin-gly that the Schu-elcin
Ther nsebl wok s te inetve FOR BronLserb
heard here;andoevery mmberaofrth
Quartte, esids beng a~ acomalid- th.B.eris f
ed msican,is hih-inedgenle-ccas a candidate for y
man. Wdo aid will result
e willrmete veryni ciexp etion.aicprma
Teio nsefrmbte workis the Haynes ever FO LE
Mutenbelsides Theirngacmeise- , Jhos H. Haickereisb
euiciai a uithey'ilh-sond etoe ! I a candidate for dr
encres buWardiearedtogv I and will abidr
ah urtett wioplar elercoicse- ter : mcratic primar
tetionsarfrograme wors ompleed.n
ThMdenesshoud Theireorme eai . W. Floyd is heeb
segae unily dissed, asl nteson lato acaniao alderm a
encors; alway theytavareoe tof give and tl abide r<
mos cnu mi ofeur seeon ather c i prmary.
cte Sngular pramis wimlleted.
Tet adech, whul thereforie iresi foL. W. LnFord is her,
seated, untio dismeds heeme last fcr alderman from Wai
nuil lwy cos$o.Sesnstikt fo allh abide result of oc
fivetnumbrmin .felater onl $2h0ecn- mary
cs thacher will the aosidgeticke frJ. R. Thonfod is her
saving for purchasers of these. Sub- 'as ~aaate for al
sequent numbers will include lectures Ward 4, and is pledge<
by distinguished speakers, and a con- result of the Democrai
cert by the famous Katherine Ridge
way Concert Company. The doors ,,T. S. Hudson is heri
will be closed 'while mus'cal numbers Ifor alderman from \
are being rendered. Sea.s will be re- ipledged to abide the re
served for the heidecrs of season tick- 'cratic primar.
ets, but these will be served in the or
der of entrance.
W. M. Tiomas is h
"And you went straigit to her fa- ted as a candidate for:
ther and demanded his daughter's Ward 5, and is pledge<
hand ?" result of the democrat
"I went straight enou-gh, but I-I
<well. I'll admit 'that I didn't carry out WV. H. Bowen is her<
my original purpose." a's a candidate for a.
"Scared ?" Ward 5 and he will al
"Scared! No, sir! But wve got to of the democratic prim
takin stocks and I forgrot all about
ng at 9 o'clock for one week.
e are determined to sell thes
itively means a saving of twet
rreat trading public. We ask
3 to your satisfaction that we
That's good for you in the good old winter time.
Match them at these prices if you can.
Best Sea Island worth 7c. yd., 17 yds. for
Best Drill worth 8 1-3c., for 6 1-2c. yd
40-in. heavy Sheeting (Newberry Mills) worth
8 1-3c. for 6 3-4c. yd.
Good Cotton Flannel worth 12 1-2c. for
9 1-2c. yd.
Good Cotton Flannel worth 10,c., for 7 3-4c. yd.
Good Cotton Flannel worth 7 1-2c. for 5c. yd.
The best Outing, worth 12 1-2c., for 7 1-2c. yd.
32-in. Suiting worth 8 1-3c., for 5 1-2c. yd.
Best Red Flannel, worth 35c., for 24c. yd.
Boys' and Men's Odd Pants.
This line we intend to close out regardless
Men's fine Pants worth $3.50 and $4.00 to
go for $2.85 pair.
Men's fine Pants worth $2.75 and $3.00, to
go for $2.24 pair.
Men's fine Pants worth $2.50 to go at $1.75 pr.
Men's fine Pants worth $2.00 to'go for $1.49 pr.
Men'sfine Pants worth $1.49 to go at 98c. pr.
Boys' Pants, size 8-15, worth 75c., to go for
Boys' Pants, size 8-16, worth 65c., to go at
Boys' Pants, size 9-15, worth 50c., to go for
roods charged or sent' on approval d
THE RIGHT PRICE STORE.
)R. . NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE- TI
nominated for MENT AND DISCHARGE.jj
nd pledged to Nbtice is 'hereby given that the un
:he democra-tic dersigned will make a final settlement
as Executor on the estate of Minta
e'by announced Titus, deceased, in the Probate3 J
r and is pledg- ,Court for New-berry county on the 11
of the primary 29:h day of 'Decem'ber, 1905, at II
o'clock a.' m. All persons iholding
...-claim's against the said estate will
MAN. present the same 'duly attested 'by A firm
said date and all persons indebted to goods,
ereby -'nnoun- the: said estate will make pay.men.t. Ths
alderman from -Jno. B. Morgan, i s
the result of Executor. IMilliner'
V. ing at pr
nominated as flSee th<
rn from W\ard iIIIat $1.5
suit of demo- -~ 111to be sol
~byIn passing my~ Men's
"""*d nuedstore will find it1not be e
"mocra pri-1of interest to HAtso in
them to stop and.
~by e'nnouniced pepare seli
rd 4and wi aep n ejCeah
itic primary. the show win
by announced d qWS at the va- M
derman from -T gd
I to abide the rious artiCle& J hid
ic primary, have there for that we <
~by nominated Onliy 10 cents.onter
suto eo You will find ment. E
'some eXCeption- mings ca
~reby nomnina- al good val ues, Come t
to"bide th many things that get our in
primary, you are needingY
~by announced in yorhomre.
lerman from y u
ri h reul - U OD.. 9 n-n. Ot-r=
The prices given here are
a goods in mid-Season at
ity-five to thirty-three and
you to come direct to our
oell the same value for less
Here is where we make every lady and child
happy for a new bonnet is what they like, and
when they can save money they like it better.
We offer to close out quick a lot of Children's
Felt Sailors worth 50c., for 25c. each.
A full line of Knit Caps for children.
Underwear For All,
Lower Than the Lowest in Price!
Men's heavy ribbed Shirts and Drawers, worth
65c., for 45c. each.
Men's fleece lined Shirts and Drawers, worth
50c., for 39c. pr.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests, worth 20c., for 12 1-2c.
Ladies heavy ribbed fleeced Vests, worth 60c..
for 45c. each.
Ladies' heavy non-shrinking Vests, worth
75c., for 49c. each.
Ladies' all wool Vests worth $1.00, for 75c. pr.
Lion brand Shirts for Mei, worth $1.00, for
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
One lot Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $2.50,
for $1.95 pair
One lot Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $2.00,
for $1.49 pair.
One lot Ladies' heavy Shoes, worth $1.50,
for $1.10 pair.
Men's Boys' and Children's Shoes at prices
to make you buy quick'
uring this sale.
By Tm.AmaIsra. &T
that has always carried good reliable
all we have a fine line of Dry Goods,
~, Shoes and Clothing that we are sell
'ices that we positively guarantee.
3 Women's Dress Shoes we are selling
~, every pair worth $2-00. Guaranteed
Suits from $5.00 to $1 2.00 that can
big line of Men's and Young Men's
the right shapes and styles, that we
g at$.0and $1.50, worth almost
~partment has far exceeded anything
ould have looked for. With two wide
illiners we are forced to keep orders
ad all the time to supDly this depart
'verything new in Shapes and Trim
.n be found here.
o see us, it will be to your interest to
rices before buying.
urs to please,
T TAR RANT.