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NEWS FROM EXCELSIOR.
Reorganization of Sunday School
Excevlsir. December 1.--)on't
for-oet flie tirsma ee anld oIxel'
1-ses at the sch'oLl h!oise ol Cirist
as gve. Snta (Tus is expected to
he UT i a!nI.
3mr. .-. Tr. Kinwird. who( hias bween
ery -ick for tlie p)ast week. is .:ue
Mr. and _1rs. Tholason visited in
ewberiv this week.
Mr. Ira Nates, of Columbia, has
een spending a few days with his
ather's family -here.
Rev. Ray Anderson and Rev. J. L.
odges spent a few hours in this see
ion on Tuesday.
Mrs. John Careton and children, of
Greenville. have been visiting Mr. A.
.Nates's family this yeek.
Don't forget that the Rev. J. L.
odges will <preaeh here Saturday
ight. Sunday :ifternoon, and Sunday
iight. Public cordial- invited to the
There has been no complaining
bout tihe weather for several days.
ust as fine as any one could wish
Another new 'phone line will soon
e put up down here coming up the
oad by Mr. J. D. Lorick's and on
y Mr. A. M. Counts', connecting
ith the liAe recently put up. These
ines are found quite convenient, and
.he whole country will soon be eon
ected by 'phone service.
Mr. J. A. C. Kibler, Misses Maggie
tone, Lahlage Wheeler, and Pet
ominiek are clerking for Moseley
rothers, at Prosperity. during their
ourteen days' cheap sale.
Excelsior Sunday school was reor
nized Sunday as follows: superin
endent, J. A. C. Kibler; assistant
uperintendent, D. B. Cook; secre
rv and treasurer, H. T. Kinard:
brarian. J. C. Singley. Teachers re
ected for another year are: Class
o. 1, Mrs. H. T. Kinard: Class No.
Mrs. J. D. Lorick; Class No. 3, Mrs.
F. Wheeler; Class No. 4, Mrs. J. C.
ingley; Class No. 5, J. F. Wheeler.
ur Sunday school has been doing
d work since it was organized and
e hope next year to do still better.
dlour people should come out regu
rly and help make the school a sue
OTICE OF FINAL SETTTEMENTI
Notice dis hereby given that I, as
e qualified administretor of B. H.
mik, deceased, will iake a final)
attlement of the estate of said B. H.
miek, deceased, in the Court of Pro.
te for Newberry county, on Wed
sy, January 13th, 1909, and iim
-ediately thereafter apply to the
id. court for letters dismissory as
kninstrator of said deceased. All
esns holding claims against said
tate will present the same duly at
sted on or before that date, and all
rsons indebted to said estate will
J. J. Amiek,
Ait least 10,00 of our subscribers are
arrears. Examine your label. The
te after your name will tell you the
te to whieax you have paid. We
you will pay up before Christ
-.Do not neglect it longer that
first of February.
HRISTMAS HOLIDAY BATES.
The Charleston & Western Carolina
iway will sell excursion tickets. ac
nt of the holidays at very low~
s for the round trip. Tiekets oi
December 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31,
8, and Jan. 1, 1908. Final limit
nary 6, 1909...
or further information apply te
get agents, or,
-iGeneral Passenger Agent,
807 Broadway, Augusta, Ga.
EEEY UNION STATION.
' and Departure of Pausenigei
Trains-Efective 12.01 A. M.
Sunday, June 7th, 1908.
15 for Greenville .. . .8.57a.mn
-i1 for Columbia .. . .1.40 p.m
.11 for Greenville .. ..3.20 p.m
16 for Columbia .... .8.47 p.m
C.. N. & L. BR.
.22 for Columbia .. . .8.47 a.m
52 for Greenville .. 12.56 p.m
5:3 for Columbia .. -..3.20 p.m
.21 for Lauirens .. ..7.25 p.m
Does not run on Sunday
W1' time tall shows the times al
h trains may be expected to d'e
from this station, but their d~e
e is not guaranteed and the
own is subject to change with
G. L. Rchinson.
This Sale con
nd lasts until
When Sales and S<
DR ESS uOOO, 0
Fridou, December 18
We are going to put on one of the
Greatest Bargain Givinv Sale
Ever Conducted in Newberry.
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
One lot of Velvet Rugs worth at most places
$2.50 at special $1.89 and $2.00
One lot of Axminster Rugs, size 36x 70, worth
everywhere $5 and $6 at special $3.50 each
20 roles of Best China Matting, worth every
where 40c. yard or $16 roll, at special $8.98
the roll or 22 1-2c. the yard.
We simply bought too many, but expect to
clean them up by selling [Ladies' $15 Jackets
at special $9.44 each
Ladies' $12.50 Jackets $8.72 each.
Ladies' $10.00 Jackets a: $6.47 and $6.73.
All Ladies' cheaper Jackets in proportion.
Wewill after January 1 st discontinue the clo
business. Now Is your time to buy an up-to-date
at about half its value We have in stock such n~
as L. 2rief & Bros. Clothing, better known as
Griffon Brand, bought in the E. L. Bales bankrupt
at about 50 cents on the dollar. You can buy foi
than half value. A few specials in new aud up-to
6 Pretty Brown Checked Suits, worth $1 5.C
special $8.75 the suit.
7 Suits, broken sizes, but will fit somebody, bc
from Robert Kambas & Co., worth $18.00, at sp
All our $10 suits at $6.00 and $7.50 each A
$7.50 at $4.95 each. All $5.00 suits, and we
some good ones, at $3.85 each.
ODD PANTS SPECIALS
1,000 pairs Men size, worth $1.25 to $1 5
special 98 cents the pair.
72 pairs sample Pants, worth $3,60, most all e
at special $2.50 each. All odd pants bought in
Bales bankrupt sale at about half price.
Knee Pants, Overalls, etc., at special prices.
Big lot Men's Union Made Overalls, worth $1 .(
special 75 cents each.
>-called Sales Have Proven 1
s" Has Lost Its Interest, R
SOF HIGH GRADE
RY GOODS, CLOTHI
We are not forced to sell fifty thous
and dollars in this short time, but we
expect and will turn at least $9,500.00
worth of seasonable merchandise into
cash by Christmas Eve night at 12 P. M.
REMEMBER THE DAY
When the Door Opens at B A. M.
SILKS, SATINS, ETC.
io pieces yard wide Satin, with linen back,
thin worth $r-so at special 79C. the yard. These
come in white, blue, black, etc.'h
suit Yard wide Taffeta Silk, worth $1.25 the yard, th
akes at special 97 cents. spe
the Cheaper Silk, etc., at same reduction.
sale SUITING GINGHANS, ETC. sp
ess About 2,000 yards best A. F. C. Dress Ging- a.
-ate hams in remnants, worth 2y4. at special 9C. yd. Sh
10at i pieces Cotton Suiting, worth 20 cents, at a
,at special 14 cents the y ard.
ghtN OTION S.
cial Small things but useful. 8 balls of good sewing fine
cotton for 5 cents Men's garters 1o c. White Shi
Liowindow poles with fixtures at io cents Window for
haver shades 25 cents. Wide rushing 25 cts. the yard,$
hae not enough for a collar but a yard. The best 10o
cents ladies' hose in Newberry. Men's gray sox inc
ro cents or three for 25 cents.
UNDER WE AR, UNION SUITS
0 t Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Underwear. 50 doz Men's
14 lb. fleeced shirts, with drawers to match, special 3734 SPE
Ze,0 cetsoz 7Boy' heav fleeced lined shirts and drawers,
Me nand Laies bette rade cotton and wool under- bl
Big lt Men's Undershit at 25 ents each
)0 at Boys and Misses Union suits. 5o doz. Boys Union
Suits, sizes up to 18 years of age, at only 25 cts. the suit.
Better grade at 43 cents the suit.
I LCOMPANY, Pr
This is not an
but an EXTRA
event in the his
tory of New
berry, S. C.
heir Futility; When
NG, SHOES5 HATS
We assure you each and every pur
chase ABSOLUTE Satisfaction or
your money Back for the asking.
THE. BEE HIVE.
Blankets and Comforts
12-4 Extra Heavy Cotton Blankets, worth at
most stores $2.00 to $2.25, at special $1.25
the pair. We cut the pair for 5 cents extra.
100 White Bed* Spreads worth $1.50, extra
large sixe, at special 98 cents.
72 Mchalene Colored Bed Spreads, full 11-4,
at special $1.25.
Domestic H omespun, Etc
2.000 yards of Georgia Made Cotton Checks,
Plaids,etc, worth 6 1 -2c., special 5 cents yard.
Better Plaids at 7c. Best and heaviest Cheviots
made at special 8 1-3 cents the yard..
Hickory Striped Shirting, worth today in New
York 9 3-4, retailed here when cotton was 4
and 5 cents pound at 12 1 -2c , at special the
yard 9 cents.
All 10Oc. and *j2 1 -2c. Outing, Cotton Flan
nels, etc., at 9c. Best Standard Drills at 6 1-4c.
e have and can pro e that we sell more shoes
any one in Newberry. Below we mention a few
:ials from our man lines:
,000 pairs Men's Brogans worte $1.40 to $ 1.50, at
:ial 98c. the pair. 500 pairs men's better Brogans
5pecial $1.25 the pair.
00 pairs Ladies' Dongola Bal. and Blucher cut
e most all sizes, while they last 98c. pair.
3ig line of Children's Heavy and Satin Calf Shoes
5c , 79c. 89c. and 98c the pair'
e carry such high grade makes as T..B. Barry's
shoes for men, The Buster Brown Blue Ribbon
)es for boys and girls, the Brown Shoe Co.'s shoes
ren, women and children. John Michel $3.50 and
0 shoe for men. Any of our standard makes are
Luded in this sale.
)vercoats and Rain Coats
5 genuine Cravenette Overcoats, worth $15.00, at
:ial $8.24 each.
O Young Men's Cravenettes, size 28 to 35, both
:k and grey, at special $4.75.
2 Men's Ulsters, worth $6.50, at special $3.95.
3 $5.00 Overcoats at $3.75 and $3.85.
9| TruRKs to Close at a Darialo.