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In Newberry MUST BE
A Change in the Bus
I am compelled to raise at least
to sacrifice my stock in order to C
for your boys before they start t(
named for this sale have never b(
,.fall by anybody, and.1 hope nevei
it is absolutely necessary to do n
Three-fourths of the sales advertised
as at and below cost sales are hum bugs,
pure and simple. The gentleman who
conducted my sale in March last told me
it was the only one he ever made where
the merchant lived up to what he adver
tised, and where he had no question
about every transaction by every one in
the store, being fair and honest between
himself, the merchant, the clerk and the
customer. And it will always be so as
long as I am in business. If I cannot
make a dollar without deceiving the peo
ple who are kind enough to give me their
patronage I will never make it. I have
hever had a sale before like this. I have
had clearance sales at the close of each
season,when I would give twenty, twenty
five and sometimes as much as ihirty
three percent cash discount in order to
reduce stock and make room for goods.
But there is practically no limit fixed for
Newberry, S. C., Under Newberr
September 3, 1906
Founded NEWRRYDD COLLEGE AChris tan
Courses leading to the degrees of A. B., B. S. and B. S. fn
Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. Modern equipment.
Very inexpensive. Remarkable health record. Opens Sep.
ember 26. For illustrated Catalogue address
JAMES A. B. SCHERER, President,
Neu'herry, S. C.
Making 22 HUNDRED Barrels of thai
CHOICE TENNESSEE FLOUR Just Received
and While it Lasts to Go at
SBest Patent $4.50 Every bbl.
Best half Pat. $3.75 fguaranteed,
Best Meal 85c. bushel.
Best Grits $1.75 Sack.
Don't pay any more, don't be switched off by argument, come righi
along, save money and buy'from us.
Our immense stock of fail goodsj arriving embracing all the novel
-ties and fancy goods and staples, our Mrs. Moseley in the North select
ng novelties in millinery. Come and see us, we are prepared to do the
right thing in prices, style, quality, &c., for an all round bill you sim
ply cannot beat us, we don't make a cut price on one thing and burn
you up on balance, people getting educated and opening their eye
Sand looking out more for No. 1. Conme and see us anfd be convinced
F'orty years experience couts something, we wvill treat you right an<
don't you forget it,
PROSPERITY, S. C.
rth .of The Choi<
Hots Uqd Men s
TURNED INTO CASH Withi
iess Will Be Made as Soon
Ten Thousand Dollars and hav(
:o it. You will have to buy Cloth
> school. This is your opportun
wen heard of before, and will not
again to be forced to make sucV
ow to raise money to pay my bill
the discount during this sale. The stock
must be turned into cash, and I prefer
giving the people who do their trading
with 'me the benefit of the price than to
close out in bulk to some merchant who
would make a profit out of them. The
only things reserved in this sale are
Stetson's, Hawes' and Bonar's New Fall
Hats, Ralston Health Shoes, Hamilton
Brown & Co.'s Shoes, Frankfort Manu
facturing Co.'s Shoes, J. Wener & Co.'s
Fall Clothing, Cluett, Peabody & Co.'s
Corless, Coon & Co. and Earl & Wilson's
Collars and Cuffs. Some of thrse goods
. I have by contract agreed to maintain
the price, and others have just been
opened up for fall within the last month,
and can easily be sold without a loss,
but in order to encourage the people to
buy now I will allow on these lines ten
per cent. cash discount on all their pur
chases. There is at least fifteen thou
y Hotel, Between the Exchange Bank a
ODD "CONSCIENCE MONEY." ' BARBECUE IN NO. 2.
-- W . P'. Harris and Co. wvill furnish
Solicitor Paid in Over a Thousand fiit-elss barbecue at W. P. Harr'
Pounds to a Raitlroad Comipan y. re-sidenceW in No. 2 towinship on Sep
embher 13. A first-class cue is guarai
teer. Tfhe gun clubs of the county' a
A iremar'kale " cash "' entry' in thle
accounliits ofI the L.ondoni. Br'ighitoni and1 XMNTINO TAHR
South (Coast Railroad was referred to Tenx.cut eceseai
at thle ordinary meetinig of' the c om- ilb nFidySpebr2
pny yesterday.inteolcofteony urnt
Lirdl Cot tes5l(e, whoi presided,l 'alled (eto dctin ooelapi
at tentioni to thle fact thlat the generaltin inte out ou .
inisurance tunid wats crIedited wit h the .' .W elr
sum of 1 .200t po,unIds uinder the simupleCoSutdcain
en tr ofs "c '(ash. '' The eireaumsta ncesin
whichl the mnoney wais paidl over to the
companyilhi wvere unnusnial.01.MIL
A lonidonu solicitori (i alled on thle iesheeygve tat )yat
comipaniy 's solicitors ini Jiamry anid
staitedl hait a c'lienit of his (wh ose o'a eouin fte so
namne lie was no' t allowed to divu l'e) 0 ilwl eltep''Ciya
was5 ini hie poissessioni ofi ai sum1 oh'f':n'iis ,boh ielind )i'0 I
moiiney wih h-ile coni sideredl to b1elong
iiht fully to the company and which telotai i il t lllCo
lie w ishued to pay ov~er'. TPhe solicitorc' t o ai,S.C,o i 2h(
dec'linied to give any~ iinfori on (1 as to
how thle mniey camnc into thle clitent'is i oeon, o h ol
p)ossessioi. anid lie was onlty priepar'ed epuc srwil ere itd
to say thIat his client wats nott andi(
ni~eer had beeti coinnecte clwithI thle tlOfSf(1 111'sca ,
'omnyui~ . IfI thle a(cep)tainee of the te~ u fsl,$0 fwihms
offet' was declined, lie added, he would miit h citc'a ona
advise his client t hat, having made b. scoe,c'tepoet ili
lhe offer', lie might rectain the money muitl e1eo( h )iac
withI a clear conscience. b adwti hrydy,~ih
payment, saidh Lord( Cot tesloe, wvoni urcld o a o' ae
pr'obabhy niever lie known'i. Tt was a Ti aewl emd ocr
very uiiusuial circumstance for a r'ail-thdieortopyheebsft
wvay companyv to receive what unques- eiprto,adte1tOed
tionably must lhe ''conlsciencele J)idtoIlecamofrdt
moniey.''inteodro tbi'lgl iirty
The offet' was aicepted. VW.B'ey
A little Philadelphia boy "'as taken ,.P eze'
byhis fatheri for his first visit to the ,T.Oa u,
zoo. Stopping befoi'e ani inclosiure, lie .0 lct,
-asked, ' 'Pa'pa, wihat animal is that 1) .l'cly
J Reading Ithe sign ineckedl iup to one side ,h
his fat her resuiynded. ''TIat, iy son, Jo .Ton
is a pong~i horned antelope.'' ' 'Kin lie .I.( in
blow his bioi'n ? '' wats the quest ion that ~ ~ isn
l)i'The)textfolloned.teach e ers.a i
zest .. .
1 The Next Sixtu Das.
as This Sale is Over,
a waited until September the first
ing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings
ity to save money. The prices
be duplicated in Newberry this
i a slaughter of my stock as I feel
sand dollars' worth of stock that must
be sold without regard to cost and it
must go. I will entertain at any time
within the next month an offer for the
stock and fixtures. If I cannot sell at re
tail I will close the entire stock in bulk if
I can get a satisfactory purchaser. This
sale will begin Wednesday morning,
September the 5th, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
and continue until the stock is reduced
at least one half or is sold in bulk. Terms
spot cash on all purchases. No goods
sold on approval, or taken back, or ex
changed. Every sale must be positive.
No package put aside to be called for
and paid for after the sale is over. I may
be closed part of Monday and Tuesday
getting ready for the sale. I want every
man, woman and child that ever comes
to Newberry to trade to get their share
of the bargains that will be offered.
Come early and often. Tell your friends
and neighbors about us.
nd Savings Bank.
Frank R. Hunter & Co.
Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages
Bought and Sold.
tOffice Over Herald and News,
Newberry, S. C.
If you want to Buy, Sell or Exchange Real Estate
Upon application at our Office we will be glad
to price and show any property that
we have In Charge.
FRANK. R. HUNTER, Manager.
SAtlantic Coast Line Railroad
For full informatoin write
W. J. CRAIG,
Passenger Traffic Manager,
Wilmington. N. C.