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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at D
lerry. S. C., as 2nd class matt<
Tuesday, December 4, 1900.
Work on the union depot seen
be progressing slowly. We had
ed that the visit of the comm
from city council to Columbia m
result in something being done.
Mr. J.. F1. J. Cadwell has just,
pleted the revision of the last I:
of his new book, "The Strand
and it is expected that this book
be on the market in the next few <
In the distribution of funds by
Southern Educational Board to
eleges in the south, we note
Wofford oollege came in for $50
anl urnian University for $3!
These are the only two colleges
are remembered in this (listribu
in South Carolina.
The Methodist conference, w
met. inl Coluinbia last, week, dece(l
]told their next. aniuial conventio
the city of Gaffney.
Mitch of the time of the confer
was coUSnm( by the conmitte(
the hearin of the nlow famous Cre
tonl case an11d the fndiiing of the c
mittee will be looked forward to N
The deatli of Mr. Satuel Spen
presidenit, of' tie Soulthern raill:
in the tragie ma1:nter inl which it
cirred, was a great, shock to all
people of he sout h. It will also 1:
great loss not only to the present r
road systemli over which lie presi
and whose levelopmeut and ro
is (lie largely to his genius, buil
will also he a lislitiet loss to 11iem
Hle wa-ls a1 Southern1- nun11 hY bi
atd] a cof,elder-ate v0etan anid ki
the people ofl the S u14h m l Celt all
terest, in th1ei apart froi the infet
which he felt ill an oflicial capac
in his last publie iftterancee lie g
expressioni lo IIhe idea whichi is ti
that. the interests of the railroad ll
of the people in the conmun
through which it passes, are one t
the same and that (here should
mutual cooperation, anld eatch sho1
receive justice fron the other.
felt that the development of the coi
try througli which his road pas:
meant. the development andl prosp
ity of his railroad(, and with that
view ,always encouraged the deveb
ment of the section traversed by I
Many of the officials of the Sou
ern railIway are southern imen. Mr.
1. Andrews, irst vice presidett, v
would inat urally hieomte the pre'sid<(
and wthose ntame has beet nmeition
it is staled will positively not ace
thte piositionl. It is hiopedl that w
ever sneceeds Mr. Spencer will e.
tinue t he good work which lie hasu
suiccessfuilly carried oni in assist ing
the development of this sect ion.
Natural History In Ark.
A imain who had watched the af'
aitd claim to know about h<
razorbacks in particular, gnive
''Arkansas htas a strange var]
of hogs and less pork and -lard t1
any state in the union. An aver
hog in Arkansas weighs about fc
teen pounds when dressed with
head on and about six pounds an<
half with its head off. It can out:
a greyhound, jump a rail fence, eli
like a parrot and live on grass, r<
and rabit tracks. It hasn 't much
a tail to bristle, but plenty of g
It will lick a wolf or a boar in a I
fight. It is so called rasorback
cause it is shaped like a sunfish.
hunting rasorbacks they are alw
shot at side wvays for theoro is no
ghost of a show to hit thorn oti
wvise, any more thtan to shoot a
split shingle. It can drink milk
of a quart jar on account of its le
thin head. This typo of rasorbaci
known as the stone hog, because
head is so heavy and its nose so 1'
that it balances up behind. The o'
er of this type of hog usually tie
stone to its tail to keep& it fc
overbalancing antd breaking its n
wvhile running. If thte stone is
heavy it will pull the skin over
eyes and it will go lind. "--Mini
At thte time of his marriage a ii
thinks he is getting a bettor half,
later on he may discover hto hai
counterfiet on his hands.-Chic
A.irman could afford to give
ring ii. a wns aure to be broken. off.
days, we will sell
; We do not mean to
*0" big reduction for the n
ti have to "23" get out.
have leased Samuel P.
i'to Newberry Savings Ban
c have remodeled inside
will give a nice room to
Vith at "still" from ten to tw
, we opened our doors i
Oe oclock we commence t
ca but as we can move mc
and you know we have
shop worn, Out-of-style
y don't mean to sacrifice
"; will sell everything for I
l!w i sell you for same pt
i Below We Mention aFuWPrices. For 2 1
be 36 inch all wool suiting, worth 60 1 Ladies UT.
ild cents, for 44 eents yard. for 2 1-2 cents.
He 36 inch black and blue Taffeta Silk, 1 M0n's wh
in- worth $1.25, for 89 cents yard. 2 1-2 cents.
e 52 icli Broadcllth, twilled back, 1 pair Men's
- worth $1.25, for 809 cents yard.
n 36 inch Worsted, worth 35 cents,
for 23 cents. T owlin g 3 ee
Oie piece Voile, worth $1.50, for 3 '
93 cents yard. CLO
A. 4 pieces fancy 12 invh Biil'iantitie,
-ho $100, for 61 ,ents yard. We ex-ee1 t
nt, I3 pieces fancvy 11 wool plaid, w~or'tti after Januar.y]
d,$1.25, for S9 cenits yard'(. r.oomi for it in
ep 1 p)iece 52 ineb1 'vuaiima eoth, worth .eaemkn
ho $1.35, fori 93 eeita yard. Men' sniti., f
SBrown diress linen, 9 eints yar d. anclosfr
C 2otton plidu wai:tin,r 13 1 -2 cents'. edii h .uts 1
For 23 Cents. 11' """'.e""
ai pairs Men's 10 cents .socks for Meni's $10.0(
>,23 cents. $89 the suit.
24e6 balls good sewing cotton forgrear,s th
n 10 yards good calico for 23 cents.
cio 3 pairs 10 cents suspenders for 23 ys,Y t
its 3 pairs Misses 12 1-2 cents hose forY
I a 23 cents.
mun 23 papers pins for 23 cents. We can give
mb 1 pair baby shoe. for 23 cents, sutfr 89 cein
of 1babies knit cap for 23 cents. Boy's Knee
all. 1 paid men's 35 cents gloves, for and $2.00 for
air 23ceentB. Boys' fancy
be- sizes, Worth ,
In For 44Cents. n9 h ut
ays Boys' long p
a 1 good man's knit shirt for 44 for $2.98 the si
Ler- cents. Boys' $5.00
t, a 1 panir boys 69 cents pants for 44 $3.98.
out cents. Boys' $8.00
ng, 6 yards Newberry Mills hieavy $6.98 suit.
is sheeting for 44 cents.7picsf(
it 0 yards light outing for 44 cents. ing, 25 cents, I
S1 Ladies 50 cents belt for 44 cents. 36 i gr ay
"n. 1 Negligee shirt for 44 eents. Brilliantine, w<
s a 1 pair men's overalls for 44 cents. 46 cents yard.
toStore wl be C1
. . -Don't,forsat whe'
WM, MIAALU AND NXW.
ember 1 th at 9 o'6
at and about Cost, (
Hats and N.
sacrifice our stock, but ri
2xt ten days. Our lease (
However, we will continui
Crotwell's store room noN
k, next door to George D
and out with plate glass v
show up-to-date mercha
enty-five per cent. cheape
n Newberry. Remembei
his great money saving sc
>ney easier than we can
only been here about sev
goods to offer. Everyti
a single article, for we hax
ess than our regular pric(
-2 C6nts. Odd Pants.
Swhite handkercliet The regular $1.00 grade for
,te handkerclief for Men's pants, 'vortli $1.50, for
socks for 2 1-2 cents. Men's black Thibet pants, wor
1-2 cents yard-very $2.00, $2.50, for $1.48.
Men's fancy worsted pants, wor
2 cents yard. Mei'. heavy Kersey pants, wor
nts yard. $2.00, for $1.39.
te s famcy heavy worsted pan
FHINGI vorth $2.50, for $1.79.
n co 49 $3.00 pnnts for $2.4R.
st, as we won't havo Men's corduroy pants for $1.25.
our nlew q~uarters, so Mn' 35 ortd pns 1
speCciall discount hiere.pttn ,fo $.9 ar
hVorthi $5.00, all sizO ensspns ot pt 45
$2.98 suit. $2 a~
>lack and f'ney worst-~
ade suit in Tie n
worh ipto :9W) fo Te 2Men s .50 fored ntsn
Cotton Flannel wort 121-2ng,
grade suits, slim andfo91-cntyad
$15.00, for $9.48 and ih uigfrcide o
lung Men's Sulis.fo93cns
you a very good boy'sfr93cn.
;8, size 6 to 16.GodpiMe'aspnerfo
for $9.32 e entyrd
1.5 thesuitLworht6 cetng for 4chden each.
worsed sits, allcen yard.ensauz~fr #e
b.0 ad $30 restgad ae o 9ens.ad
Mhlen ' oo n weaterts, wrh 1
anssut,wotr$.0 9 cents.o et ah
lit Chlen ' all wool es ts, sirt ze,
and $6.0 suits for 93 orh6 cents,o 4 c
and $0.00 its o par Men 's cotoutspendrs fo
worsiteda sits all li~cns
anth 6suits , for 4.00,vyfeee lnd rw
wortAI 5LES, P13cnt ah
Ch il ifldens ftto nerts wJa
19eets fr ent..eb
lock and Continuing for ten
)ur entire stock consisting of
, Clothing, Shoe
DtIons 0 . .
ither than move it we will sel at a
3xpires January Ist, 1907, ahd we
3 business in Newberry, S.' C. We
v used by W. T. Tarrant, opposite
. Davenport, which we expet to
xindows in front and back, which'
ndise, which we expect to handle
r than youlhave been paying until
- the date, December 1 1th, at 9
ile right in the season you need it,
merchandise, we decided on this,
,en weeks. We will have no old
hing brand new. Remember, we
ren't this kind of merchandise, but
)s. Your money back if anybody
OVERCOATS@ Hats! Hal
19 Men's $15.00 rain coats for $9.48.
Men's 58 in. overcoats, worth $7.50 5
39 for $4.69.
Boys facy wrstd ovrcot, szes Young men 's new style hats for 98
Boys' fancy wvorsted overcoat, sizes es ah
th 15 to 20, for $4.98. Cs toh a
Men's heavy big collar overcoats, $1.25 e ach.
th worth $6.00, for $4.79 each.
th Men's high grade dress overcoats, Melt's hats, worth $2.50, $1.98, all
raw edge, worth $12.50, for $9.48
each. R b t are moving prces.
Shoes! Shoes! over fori3.0,oti price, $247 the
Ladlies heavy coarse shoes w~orthan
at $1.25, for 96 ets. pair.lnes Q it us
Women111's satin calf shoes, wor th
or $1.39, for~ $1.19 pair. euIcMrelsqit,w th$.
$1.65 or$19pai.ro2 d whim fare,r h $ats , or$.
~~~~~~~~~~2,for 93 ets.parAlwol1- cotnbnkt r
lie Me ' bi tt.Brgas orYoung $.9 e ' easyeiatr.r9
~~~, shoe ~ ~ ~ ~ rshtp as, worth$20,ortisae $1.6975,soted apt fo fores
24 par me's havy rmy1.o5 each.
Men's hats, worth $2.50,1$1.98,ial
Mens $.00Vic Buchr ct, abememberthse ad Fasinatrcs.
worthfor2.000, for $1i48 $a.p7ith
Lades soft $250 andgar75fi shoes t l5,fre $s.98 fascintrsfr1.
$1. for $1.9 pair.
~, Men 's $eavy p oa ns, leathe fosizes)5 ts id o 3 t.ah
4o 8 t.pair.
ho Men's $3.0tte nt Brogat for $.. Th5ea hw rfsiao o
9. pair. c.
~., Men's $450ue r $3.3 c ap r Tht$.0eknworrk ens
ts, ~ ingl shoes, worth$20,frtisae $1.269.I
L.2 ts 30 for $1.93a pair. 'R L S
Ladshe, worth and.00, for$14apir
M .0 e p2.5ian $12 7 pair. Whehv ee ruk et
1, letr a1.8 pec r 1.69pi.$50,fr$.8 n hae
tS Les ou r tent eahergaisho nsa aerdcin ahrsl
worthn' $.00o 1 pailahr. thmoharo $2.-e. urstr
or Lnd~5 $300 an $3.5 dres s2oe will e seMna, Decbrh 10 , o
r $2.00 pair, to2.9 arane pair. Re mbrw ae
200ide scoresosfr 5ci.fn h onyt o n yptshfng2 eets
per pair cTal goos and etm scidnatr.
r~ Chl"lrn 'scoare shos fo 75Lrg e sizeyo confincands o wil have
Be 3 t.par t e rd o 9es ah
.n.ThteW.T5arets. kind foS3 t.ad.