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Who are "J. A. Coburn's Greater
prI':.:r-iVe ci mpany] of u;>io.d;ue,
hustlin, wide 1ake. singCrs. dau
eers. commedians. musicians, athletes,
novelty and vaudeville zinistrel per
formers that can be gotten together
by a live manager. They are the
clan. whose energy, ideas, ability and
efforts combine to form and present
to the minstrel loving patrons of ev
ery city they visit, a firqt class even
ina's entertainment and relaxation.
They are the "live wires" in min
strelsy, with ideas of their own
which will not permit them to be
come "chair warmers," "has-beens,"
"fill-ins". and second row .super
numeraries of the muchheralded
mammouth productions. They are the
Great "Barlow Minstrels" re-organ
ized. under the direction of J. A.
Coburn. one of the most energetic
and progressive minstrel directors in
the .country, who has for the past ten
years brought to Newberry one of
the cleanest, most enjoyable attrac
tions ever seen in our city. The com
pany who ,: ve never presented an
inferior or mediocre performance,
whose guarantee of "Your Money's
Worth or Your Money Back',, ab
solutely assures all patrons of fair
dealing and good faith.
Everything new, novel, bright and
entertaining, at the opera house on
Thursday September 26. Don't forget
the day and date and remember the
band concert at noon.
Of the condition of the Bank of
Prosperity at the close of business,
Sept. 17th, 1907.
Loans and discounts ....$161,425 49
Demand Loans .. ...... 25,500 00
Overdrafts .. .. .... .. 4,123 97
Banking house .. .. .. 2,000 00
Furniture and fixtures.. 2,000 00
Due from banks & bankers 21,809 10
iCurrency .. .... .. ....4,795 00
Gold .. . . ...... .. 40 00
Silver, nickels & pennies 18C 19
Checks & cash items .... 149 65
Total ... ..........$222,023 40
Capital stock paid in ..$ 25,000 00
Surplus .... ........1,500 00
Undivided profits less er
rent' expenises & 'taxes
paid .... .. ..........11,299 79
Due to banks & bankers 3,948 13
Individual deposits sub
jeet to check .. .....130,275 48
Bill's Payable .... .....50,000 00
Total .. ......... ..$222,023 40
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
Before me came J. F. Brow ne, cash
ier, who, being duly sworn says that
the above and foregoing'statement is
a true condititn of said bank, as
shown by the '>ooks of file of said
J. F. Browne.
Sworn to before me, this 23rd day
of September, 1907.
J. A. Counts,
F Correct Attest:P.frSC
Dr. J. S. Wheeler,
A. H. Hawkins,
S. S. Birge,
Stay at home husbands are con
vinced that what is wanted more than
anything else is a paragraph in
President Roosevelt's message insist
ing that a law be passed requiring
wives to number the pages of their
positively the only big show
coming to Newberry this year
Tuesday, Oct. 1st.
Twice Daily--2 and B P. M.
More educated animals than all other
shows combined. 5o new acts by 5oo
perfectly trained Four-footed Fun-fur
The Marvelous Juggling Norman.
The Wonderful Flying Zeraldas.
Positively the greatest Feature Acts ever
seen beneath a canvas.
BEAUTIFUL ALL NEW
STREET PARADE-Don't Miss It
Leaves exhibition grounds 10:3o a. mn.
One ticket admits to everything. Doors
open for inspection of Menagerie at 1 and
This week we open our doo
before have you had a chanc
floor piled high with the best
and Notions that ever struck
lower,. We want your trade, C
we place on sale a big lot Dre
Dress Goods Black and Colored!
50 full pieces black and colored Wool Dress Goods worth 65
and 75c., priced 49C yd.
20 full pieces black and colored Broadcloth, worth $1.25,
priced 98c. yd.
40 full pieces special Broadcloth worth $i.oo, priced 79c. yd.
25 full pieces Check and Dark Plaid Suiting worth 39c.,
priced 24c. yd.
We are showing a full line of colors in Voiles, Panamas,
Mobairs, etc., at the very lowest possible price. We want
Silks that'is Stylish and Lower Priced.
36 in. Black Taffeta worth $1.50, priced 98c. yd.
36 in. Black Poi de Soie, warranted, priced 95c. yd
All colored Silks lower priced.
Cotton Goods that's Low, not High in Price.
So pieces Armure Flannelette, worth 12 c., priced roc. yd.
10o pieces best Outing, 4,000 yds., 12%' and 15c, priced
9 and~ roc. yard.
So pieces good Outing, worth 8y%c., priced 5c. yd.
So pieces Cotton Flannel, worth 12%4c., priced 9C. yd.
20 pieces good C. Flannel, worth 7%4c., priced 5c. yd.
3,0o0 yds. good Checks, worth 7c , priced 5c. yd.
Good Bleaching worth roc., priced 8c. yd.
25 pieces Wool Jeans,worth 25 and 35C., priced 19 and 22C. yd.
Combs, Belts, Bags, Hosiery and Fancy Notions.
These are pretty, and you will see some very strong values,
for these must be had to complete your winter .outfit.
50 doz. Misses' Hose, worth 15c., priced 8%4c pair.
50 doz. Boys' extra heavy Hose, worth 25c, priced 15c pr.
50 doz. Men's Half H6se, black and tan, worth roc., special
7% c. pair.
50 doz. Ladies' Black Hose, worth 12c. special 8c. pair.
Big lot Table Covers, Scarfs and Pillow Tops, all new de
We have the Pictori
praised very highly, an
city. We will show yot
To more thoronghly introdt
yearly subscriptions to the I
The regular price ot this book~
Remember, the first 50 ladies
rs wide for the benefit oi
3 like this one. Every av
3nd lowest priced Dry G<
this town, bought right
ind will give you more v
ss Goods and Silks price
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
We have our shelves and counters
packed with all solid leather Shoes, and
more on the way, and we are offering great
inducement for quick buyers. Shoes for
the baby, Shoes for mama, and papa, and
swell shoes for the young ladies, in fact
Shoes for..the whole family, from the heavi
est plow shoes to the smallest size. Our
Shoe. last longer.
Hair-Rolls, or the Invisible Rats!
We have seen that in this season's styles
of headgear for itbe ladles, this Invisible
Rat must predominate. So ever on the
lookout for our customers, we have bought
them in all<the shades of hair to match,
large ones and-small ones. F rices from
10 to 50c. each.
Our fall opening will be held Thursday,
September 26. We are showing all the
leading styles and colors in Shapes, Trim
rrings and Ribbons. Our ready to wear
Hats are nip- to the minute. Pretty lot
Caps and Hlats for school. girls. We in
vite you to call, and will be pleased to give
Syou the shape and style best suited for you.
al Review Patterns
di are used by the b
A the latest Frenci
ice these patterns here xw
ictorial Review Magazir
:is 15ca copy or $1L0C
that come this week get
the trading public. Never
ailable space from ceiling to
)ods, Millinery, Shoes, Cloaks
and positively will be sold
ilue. Just to start 'em right
i very low.
Ladies' Coats and Jackets.
Longer than ever, this season's styles. We are showing
some elegant styles in this department. We invite your in
Now you don't have to take a trip when you buy Trdnks,
but they are a good thing in the house, so we have both kinds
for you. Flat tops with straps, or round top Zink ones, every
ne well made and lower priced.
36 inch flat top Trunk $4.98 each.
32 inch ifat-top Trunk $3.39 each.
34 inch round top Trunk $3.49 each.
26 inch round top-Trunk 98c. each.
Every Trunk priced lower than the lowest. If you need
ne come and look our line over.
VMen's and Boys' Pants and Clothingt
We find we have bought more of Boys' Clothing than we
ave space to show, and to move a part quick we place oa
pecial sale big values this week.
20 Knee Suits, worth $2.00, price $1.39 sut.
25 Knee Suits worth $2-50, price $1.79 suit.
2o Knee Suits worth $3-50, price $2.89 suit.
15 Knee Suits, worth $5.00, pric& $3.79 suit,
1 2 Velvet Suits, sizes 3 to 7, worth $7.00, price $4 98 suit
Big lot Men's Pants very low in price. Take a look.
Underwear and Sbirts!
If in need of anything in this line it will certainly pay yol?
o come here as we have the goods and they are right in price
ad quality. Just to start season we place on sale.
50 doz. Men's Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, worth 6oc.,
riced 89c. suit.
so doz Men's Shirts and Drawers worth 35c., pric.ed 48c. suit.
50 doz. Men's fine Dress Shirts coat.style, worth 63 and 75c.p
riced 49c. each.
Extra heavy Jeans Pants 98c. pair.
in .stock. These are
est dress makers in the
i styles in .these.
e are going to give just 5@
e for 50c. each, this week.
Sper year. So come early..
the PICTORIAL MAGAZINE at 50c. year.