Newspaper Page Text
The annual me11!ing of tit stoe
olders of the Commercial Bank
ewberry. S. C.. will be held at thE
Banking House on Wednesday, t
13th of January, 1909, at 12 o'clo'
m., for the election of directors ai
transaotion of any other busine
that may be brought before the ineE
J. Y. McFall.
Dee. 28. 190S.
The poliy holders of the Farmr
Mutual In.urance association
Newberry county will meet ot t]
court house on Saturday, Jailuai
9th, 1909. at 11 o'clock a. m. A
policy holders or agents for th
are expected to be present as matte
of interest to ea.ch will be bt-ong
before the meeting. All policy ho!
ers have a vote.
R. T. C. Hunter,
L. I. Epting, President.
SOLID GOLD Elgin or Waltha
Daniels & Williamson.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERT
I will sell at the late residence <
J. X. Wicker, deceased, near Prospe
ity; on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1909, at ]
o'clock, the personal property of sai
deceased, consisting of two mules, tv
wagons. two buggies, farming impl
mebts, etc. Terms cash.
Jan. 1, 8, 15.
Of the condition of the Wm. Col
man & Co., Bankers, located at Whi
mire, S. C., at the close of busine;
Nov. 27, 1908.
-Loans and discounts .. ..$ 78,754.1
Demand loans .. .. ..... 15,000.(
.Overdrafts ...... 1,029.2
Furniture and fixtures .. 600.0
Due from banks and
trust companies ......14,132.E
Curreney ..B.. ......15.0
Gold ............. 12.3
4ilver an other coin ... 167.8
Checks and cash items .. 167,C
eertificates for money
Total .... ....... ...$110,048.9
iUndivided profits, less
current expenses and,
taxes paid .. .......$ 14,308.z
Duie to banks and trust
Inidividua? deposits sub
ieet to check .......62,933.3
Time certificates of de
posit.. .... ........16093.
Cashier's checks .... ....6,090.(
Bills payable, ~inclnding
borrowed .... ........10,000.0
Total .... ........-.-$110,048-9
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
C OUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Before me came W. R. Watson, as
sistant cashier of the above name~
bank, who, being duly sworn, say
that the above and foregoing statl
meant is a true eondition of said baul
as shown by the books of said ban]
W. R. Watson.
..Sworn to and subscribed befor
e, this 23rd day of December, 190~
J. D. Stokes,
The. News and Courier and TI
Herald and News.
'g withi February 1, 190
mbination price of The Hera]
ews with the Charleston Wee]
ews and Courier will be raised I
o dollars and twenty-five cents
ar. Two months remain in whie
w and old subscribers may take ai
antage of this splendid combinatio
t the present price, two dollars. Sen
in your orders now. Think of it
little. For the small price of $2.2
you get your own county pap
twice a week and a twice a week new
paper that covers the news of ti
whole world both for one full yea:
Published every Wednesday and Sa
urday, each issue of the The Week]
News and Courier contains all th
-njews of importance, not only of ti
day of publication, but of all intel
veni.ng days. The cream of the Asst
eiated Press News-the greate:
news-gathering agency in the world
'd all important happeningsi
South Carolina are given, as well
striking editorial articles and storii
f one kind and another. It has d<
artmnents for men, women an.d chi
ren. It it a clean newspr'per. and
s a hom'e newspaper.
GENUINE HAE~D CUT GLASS v
don't sell the acid cut.
Damnel & Williamson.
After the Holiday
1 useful to the buyi
cash we place on
0 to the winds, let 1
I ~ - Lot N
1 Lot N
8 -*. . .Lot N
d 8 i Loi
s iI Loi
/ 1 Loi
c. *, Lo1
Never before did you see such c
good clean Shoes. All new in styl
Le Men's $4.00 Shoes. all leathers,<
Men's $3.50 Shoes, all leathers,<
), Men's $3.co Shoes, all leathers,<
d Men's $2.5c' Shoes, all leathers, <
SBig lot Men's High Cut Shoes fr<
Othese goods sell at $2 50 to $4.00 pa
hi Men's Heavy Work Shoes cut to
a will convince you that this is a cut
a MEN'S HATS A
r Every one a bargain. No matfe:
. Black, Pearl, and all the leading she
e Come now, don't wait and regret it
- MEN'S AND LADIES
io dez. Wright's Health Underw
e $1.25, now 75 cents each.
e 5 doz. Red Woo! Shirts and Dre
. cents each.
.. 5~ doz. Ladies' White and Red Ti
t $1.oo, now 69 cents each.
.. doz. Ladies' Fleeced Underwear
10 doz. Men's Fleeced Underwea:
Two Doors Belo
C 0TH INC
thing, Shoes, H
business is over, we find that we have too much (Cl
ng pu olic, in fact, more goods than money, and in ordi
sale every article at a Happy New Year Price, which
's lowest price. Remember this is a real money raising
hem blow as they will. Listen to the tune of LO W PFi
en's Suits. Men's Suits OVEI
e Have Good New Styles and the Teecl aur a
Qu lity is First,Oeca.Nwfoe
ese Suits, we place on sale in lots at the following uin-- k "otSor" u
o. r-Men's Suits, 1:'ere $16-50, Sale price $9 95 Suit. OVRATATHL
o. 2-Men's Suits, were 15~ oo, Sale pr.ce 8.89 Suit. LtGoClhCat
0. 3-Men's Suits, were 12-50, Sale price 7.95 Suit. ~LtEtaVleCa
o. 4-Men's Suits, were 1o.oo, Sale price 6.98 Suit.
o 5-Men's Suits, were 7.50, Sale price 4.95 Suit. ILtEtaVleCa
o. 6--Youth's Suit.were 1o.oo, Sale price 6.95 Suit. LoCr'eteCat
Men's Dress Pants Dntso ~t
lot to select from. They must go. no matter what rc h
rou name we have them for you.RembrtseOroa
Men's Dress Pants, worth $5.0o, cut to $3.29 pair
Men's Dress Pants, worth 4.00, cut to 2 69 pair. B 'adC
Men's Dress Pants, worth 3.50, cut to 2.49 pair.Y
Men's Dress Pants, worth 3.00, cut to 1.98 pair. Nvrbfr i o
Men's Dress Pants, worth 2.50, cut to 1-75 pair. godatucpressoi
Men's Dress Pants, nlow 89 cents pair. thbo,cetaealk
iember you cannot get these goods always at~ these loBysKnePt,
so come early or you will regret not coming. If you
Thesencold January da
-ides wlower th ra Moneyaisin.Sale
e ndleatrs, llwoo,-wrt
hing, Shoes, Hats, and everything
~rto convert the stock into ready
means to all, big and small, lower
~aie, which means all profit thrown
s make one think of a good warm
er expect to own one inow is the
ub Clothing Store. It may seem ~ ~ .**.
we can show you we are selling
REGULAR PRICE ANd~ LES8.
,worth $10 00, nlow $5.49 each.
~, worth 8.oo, now 3.49 each.
~, worth 6.50, now 2.98 each. 1+~
, worth 12.50, now 6.98 each.
e Wayside, Come Di
ub Clothing Store.
were bought at 5oc. on the $1 .oo.
ave a chance like this to buy these
you want a suit or odd pants for
and the price will make you buy.
worth from 75 cents to 98 cents,
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
Ladies' Dress Shoes. Patent, Tan and Black, worth
$2.50, now $1-85 pair.
Ladies' Dress Shoes, Patent, Tan and Black, worth
$2.oo, now $1.49 pair.
Ladies' Heavy Shoes, worth $1-75, now $1.29.
Ladies' Heavy Shoes, worth $i.5os now $1-19.
Ladies' Heavy Shoes, worth $1.25, now 95 cents.
IChildrenl's, Misses & Boys' Shoes at Your Price
MISSES LONG COATS
Big lot Misses Long Coats to close out at $1 49 each. Big
MEN'S SHIRTS AND OVERALLS
1 Lot Men's Dress Shirts, worth $r .oo, now 79c. each.
1 Lot Men's Dress Shirts, ivorth 65c., now 39c. each.
1 Lot Men's Overalls and Jackets, worth 75c., now 44c.
1 Lot Men's Overalls and Jackets, worth 98c., now 69c.
1 Lot Men's Overalls and Jackets, worth $1.25, now 89c.
NEWBERRY. S. C.