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ere's Our Cost Mark
WE HAVE NEVER A
nd continuing 10 days and no longer, we
ought at 50 to 60 cents on the dollar, but
lines and we rrust realize the cash on this s
DRY GOODS AT MOVING SALE PRICE5
1,ooo yards Good 36 inch Sea Island, worth 8 i-3c, at 5 cents yard.
1,ooo yards Good 36 inch Homespun at only 5 cents yard:
Big lot of Hamilton Hickory Stripes, worth 12 1-2 cents, our Moving Sale
1-2 cents yard.
Big lot of io and 12 cents Outing at only 7 1-2 and 8 cents yard,
Good 7 1-2 Outing at only 5 cents yard.
1,ooo yards Good Heavy Drilling, worth 8 1-3 to 10 cents, Moving Sale
nly 6 1-2 cents yard.
2,ooo yards of Dark Percales, with and without borders, worth up to 10 c
only 6 1-2 cents yard.
I ,ooo yards Best Made 36 inch Bleaching, worth 12 1-2 cents, our Moving
rice only 8 cents yard.
Good 6 cents Calico at 4 and 5 cents yard.
36 inch BestGoods Lonsdale Cambrick, cheap at 15 cents, our price ii cent
Best 20 ccnts Feather Bed Ticking at only i3 cents yard.
36 inch White Linen we have sold so much of, worth 50 cents, our Sale ]
only 21 cents yard while it lasts.
Nice Table Linen and Napkins at less than cost.
SHOES AT MOVING SALE PRICES.
Can't quote many prices. Our stock consists of only High Grade Shoes.
by Oxfords and save 50 per cent for keeping them till spring.
Men and Ladies' Shoes, worth up to $1 50 or $2.oo at 98 cents pair.
T. D. Brown's $3.50 and $4.oo Shoes for men at $2.50 and $2.75 pair.
Women's $3.oo Shoes at $1.98 pair.
MEN'S AND BOYS' PANTS.
ig lot Men's Winter Pants, worth up to $1.25, at 50 cents pair.
Big lot of Men's.Pants, worth $1.50, at only 75 cents pair.
XMen's High Grade $5.oo Pants at $3.30 pair.
Nice Pants at $1.oo, $1.25, $3.o and $2 o'pair.
Boys' Pants, worth 75 cents, at Moving Pnce 39 cents pair.
Other Pants cheaper and better in proportion.
member this Stock is Put on Sall
Boys and Girls
Wanted. Apply Jan.
14. day before
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's work and rejoice in the har- W
'God speed~" that greats us from
We had .eeentl-y wit~h us Rev. J. L.
aley. superintendent of the A nti
n League, a new political organ
n it is sought to 'have temvperanlce
a pot into control of eivil govern-F."
uet and temperance laws enacted. It0 N v
hsbeen a factor in promoting Nam
sentiment throughoit this
ation and 'has aided very greatly
hibition in the .States that are free A ukiw 'ar
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of ssey. ''Iarn anfasras
nesday, Jan. 12, will be observed \ rs atoa ona
1AD A COST SALE OR A REMOVA
Friday, January 1
put on sale about $16,000 worth of New and Sea
it must be sold regardless of even that cost. Or
tock of goods regardless of cost. This stock is sih
3. NEN AND BOYS CLOTHING.
Men's Best $io oo Overcoats Made at only $6.50 each.
Men's Suits, well made and good styles, at almost any price you may name.
?rice Boys' High Grade Clothing-you name the price.
MEN'S AND LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
rice Ladies' best Soc. Underwear, Vests and Pants, at 35c. each.
Men's perfect fleeced Underwear, not second but best5oc. goods made, at35c. each,
!nts, Boys' 25c. fleeced Underwear at only 19c. each.
Sale WOOL DRESS GOODS.
Soc. Brilliantines, moving sale price 39c. yd.
3 Blue wool Flannel, worth 20c. yd., at 12y2c. yard.
42 in. black -and blue Panama, worth 98c., at 65c. yard.
All wool blue and brown Serge, worth 5oc. at 39c. yard.
56 in all wool Suiting, worth 75c. yd. at 45c. yard.
42 inch all wool Panama, $i.oo quality, at 69c. yard.
'rice 2 pieces all wool gray Plaids, 65c. quality, at 37Y2c. yard.
36 inch half wool Poplar Cloth, worth 4oc., at 20c. yard.
3 pieces cream and white Batiste, worth 65c., at 39c. yard.
You These must be sold regardless of the loss.
Ladies' $1o.oo and $12.50 Coats, moving sale price, at only $7.49 each.
iS Ladies' semi fitting black, gray and castor Cloaks, bought to sell at $15.oo
moving sale price $8 50.
15 new style Ladies' Coats, worth up to $io.oo, at $6 vo each..
All Ladies' $4.98 and $5.oo Jackets to go in the moving sale at $2.98 and$3.48 each
24 Ladies' Over or Cravenett Coats, worrth $Io.oo, moving sale price $3.98 each
LACE CURTAINS AT MOVING PRICES.
Big lot Lace Curtains, 3Y2 yds. long, worth $1. 25, moving sale price 89c. pair
25 pair 3Y2 yds. long, worth $ 1.75, special price $1.19 pair.
Big lot Lace Curtains 3Yz yards long, worth $1.50, at 98c. pair.
at 9 o'clock and conti
SFrday,, January 15. AT THE MERCY OF
E BEE I
W. A. McSWAIN, Secretary. I
J. M. McCAUGHRIN, Treasurer.
- AND -:
iBER RY, S. C.
rvices to the Public..
I Country Property.
ow 5 per cent. interest.
dent Employers'* Liability,
e leading American and
have you visit our office. m s
:e and College Streets.
J. N. McCAUGH RIN,
New- Z. F. WRIGHT, Pres. Newberry
Cotton Mills, Newberry.
berry. DR. GEO. Y. HUNTER, Pres.Se U
~ Bank of Prosperity, Prosperity. 9
Vl-JOS. L. KEITT, Farmer, Pomaria.
and C. B. BARKSDALE, Attorney,
Bak J. M. KINARD, Pres Commercial
sit Bank, Newberry.
ad IDR. 0. B. MAYER, V. Pres Comn
d Ex- mercial Bank, Newberry.
WV T-T HUTNT, Att'v. Newberrv.
Store Will be Slosed
Thursday, January 14, to'pre
pare for the Sale and mark
down goods. You know our
ability to Sell Cheap, but see
prices that are made at Less
than Cost. Reed every line.
kL SALE BEFORE BUT
5, at 9 O'clock
sonable Merchandise. Much of this stock was
ie of the present partners will engage in other
nply placed on sale at the mercy of the people.
Big lot Men's White Pleated Bosom Shirts, worth $i oo, at only 59c. each.
i lot Shirts, worth 50 cents, at special price 29 cents each
Big line Work Shirts, sells everywhere at 50 cents, Mo, :Sale price 39 cents.
Big assortment of New Trunks and Suit Cases at manufactureis cost and even
less than cost.
COMFORTS AND BLANKETS, ETC.
Big lot of 5 lb. Twilled 12-4 Blankets, worth up to $2 00, Moving Price $r.15 pr.
36 pairs 12-4 Cotton Blankets, worth $i.5o, Moving Sale price 98 cents pair.
36 pairs Good Wool Blankets, the $350 and $4 o kind, at $2.25 pair.
24 Comforts, worth $i.0o,special price 65 cents each.
24 Comforts, worth $1.25, at special price 85 cents each.
36 Cotton Filled Comforts, worth $2.00, Moving Sale price $i.io each.
ioo Bed Spreads, extra size, worth $i.oo Moving Sale price 98 cents.
Ladies' zo cents Black Hose at on1'y 6 cents pair. Ladies' 15 cents Ribbed Hose,
all you want at 9 cents pair. Soo bunches Finishing Braid at 332 cents. 25 doz.
Men's Buckskin Gloves with cuff at 39 cents pair. 20 doz. Men's Wool Gloves,
worth 35 cents, at 19 cents pair. 20 doz. Men's $1.25 Driving Gloves at 79 cents.
5 doz. Ladies' 25 cents Supporters at 12 cents. i lot Ladies $i.So and. $2 00
Long Silk Gloves at Moving Sale price 95 cents pair. i lot All-Lincn Torschon
Lace, worth 123/ and 15 cents, at 8Y cents yard. i lot Ladies' 25 Kandkerchiefs
at 12% cents. Soo pairs Men's Wool Sox at 10 cents. 25 doz. Men's White Foot
Hose, worth 15 cents, Moving Sale price 10 cents. 36 pairs Ladies' Kid Gloves,
the $i.oo kind, at 69 cents pair. 36 pairs Ladies' Kid Gloves, the $1.25 kind, at
89 cents pair. One paper Pins i cent. One box Mourning Pins i cent. One
yard Val. Lace i cent. One B ,ts All Led Pencil i cent. 8 balls Sewing Cotton
5 cents. One good Shaving' BAnsh 4 cents. All Ladies' 25 and 35 cents Hand
Bags Sale price x8 cents each. One Handkerchief r cent.
nues 10 days only. and at PRICES ENTIRELY
HE PEOPLE. Don't Miss This Sale.
Wanted Salesmmen or
- - January 14.
N THE HANDS OF
ENTiRE STOCK OF
H ING, FURNISHINGS,
be turned into cash.
Begins Thursdau at
9.30 A. M.
woge Bills for Particulars.