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Bigger values and greater as
its kind ever held in this sectic
we sent thousands of satisfiei
The great reduction sale pri<
The Mimnaugn store has long
establishment in Carolina, anc
cheapen the necessities of life
100 Beautiful Pattern Hats at Exa
We will positively offer every Trimmed Hat
ginning Wednesday morning, at exactly half p
need, embracing a wide range of shades.
Hats which formerly sold for $4.oo, $5-oo, i
$10.oo, and so on, will go at $2.oo, $2.50, $:
Every Hat must go. our profits have faded av,
- . Just 48 len's 0vercoat!
A half price ticket has been slapped on every
No Goods. Chart
SNITH OBJECTS TO KUKER. ]be had.
Senator Holds Up Nomination for; County St
Florence Postmasterhip.-Will I
Not Be Confirmed. IGROUND B
Washington ,.Dee. 11.--Louis C. .
uker's nomination to be postmas- STORE
er at Florence has been held up in
heSenate by Senator Smith, and iI offer for
wing to the fact that the position 13 November 1,
n the senator's home town, the sit- my lease, ti
'to forebodes trouble ahead for building of ]
the Florence postmaster. The sen- lower Main
ate postoffice committee yesterday Van Smith,
took the matter up and a member of Itwould be
the committee was asked to findoutif It e it
'en. Smith had any objections to the .t et fify po
.ppointment. The s-enator was asked IThe Store
o write opposite the -name on the stands in .thi
ist whether or not the appointment four of the
vas agreeable to him. He wrote Newberry sti
hat it was not- money in les
"That ends the matter so far as building in s
fonirmation is concerned,'' said the stores. Seve
member .of committee. 3Ir. Kuker's people who e
'ppointmnent was a recess one. He ther the Sou
vill not be confirmed at this session Rs. pass thi
f the usual custom is followed, and and returnin
f he continues to hold his positi<m h ol
t must he by another and still other Genuaral 31
ecess appointments. In the ease of Groceries or
rum, when the senate failed to con- store. It he
rm his nomination as collector of enage up stai
he port of Charleston, the 'auditor of both floors.
he treasury a.nd Crum had to serve Arrangeme
bout two years without pay.MrPysn
What will be the outcome and the expiratic
neome in the present case remaams same time I
o be seen. the party wh
- Inary 1. I e
TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. ii 'after ('hr
Examinjfati(on uf app]lica"ts. .-> to take thle i
enchers' eertitieates t o teach inl th:e wh umy~ be
ublie schools wil be bel at the l;lne. 89 <~
ourt hlouse at Newberry on Satur
av, January 7, 1910. Examination
white nd colored a.pplieants will j4 .
sortment than ever before. OL
n has met with the approval of
i customers home rejoicing oVE
.es will remain on the entire sto
since passed the experimental
I you are entitled to share with I
and to make easy the poor i
lo. 1. All Ladies' fine Tailored!
ck of any suit on the racks for
lo. 2. All Ladies' fine Tailored
ck of any suit on the rack for oi
o 3. Ladies' fine railored Suit,
for o-ly $8.50.
:hs run 42 to 45 inches. Mater
tly Half Price. Such values as we ar
ioo pairs good heavy
in the department, be- o pair 6oc a
ice, Hats to uit the pair 69c.
roo pairs good heavy
;6.oo, $7.00 $8.oo and . 0o pairs good heavy
~.oo, $3.50, $4.0o and ioo pairs good heavy
25 pairs good heavy
ay, COME. only the pair $2.98.
Left.25 good heavy all wc
Overc.oat in the house. $3.49.
~ed, None Sent
.J. S. Wheeler,
ONE at Wright's Mar-Q
ROOM FOR RENT.F
rent from January 1, to
1910, the expiration ofr
.e large two story store
ifrs. R. L. Paysinger, on.W iI
street, next door to Dr.
t forty dollars a month.
necessary for the owner
dolila,rs a month to pay
its on her investme'nt.
Room is one of the ,best
s section of the city and
leading merchants of
trted business and made
s than a square of this
naller and less dessirabde
uty-five per cent. of the
ome to Newberry onei
thern or C., N. & L. R.
S store in go-ing from
Sto the Union Station.
bef suitable tor either
could make a good shoe
.5 waterworks and sew
rs and electric Hg~hts on0
uts may be made with
er to renew the lease at
n of my 'lease at the
turn the store over to
c> mayv take it fr om Jan- __
:)ect to be at hiome un
istmlas aied wvill be glad
natter up with any\ one~
A. t . *JOle.
1229Calhoun St. C. I
ir unparalleled success ir
thousands. We not on]
r the values we gave the
ck four more days. All r
stage. When you trade
is the credit of sustainin
Suits worth $25.00, $27.
Suits worth $16,50, $18..
3 worth $12.50, $1350 e
ials all the latest weaves
ig Blanket Sale.
e offering in Blankets was never befor<
white atid gray 10-4 Blankets worth
Cotton Blankets 11i-4, worth $1.50 to
Cotton Blankets 11i-4, worth $2.0o to g
Cotton Blankets 1 1-4, worth $2 .5o to g
Dixie all wool Blankets worth $4.00,
o1 Blankets worth $5 00, to go at onl:
Out On Apprc
o ae ...
i planning and conducting t
y sold twiceas many good
m for the money.
emnants and odds and enc
here you deal with the largE
and maintaining a busin<
50, $30.00 and $35.00, ta
50, $20.00 and $22.50, ta
Lnd $15.00, take your pick a
. Special Cloak Sal
heard of. 25 long Cloaks, former price
$[.oo, at and casters, all sizes, take your
go at 98c.Pa P i
o at $ -39- Many values worth coming i
o at $1.98. the lot you can get $2 50 to $:
to go at amount you pay.
A Clean Sweep i:
7 th~e pair Be sure and visit our big Shc
Hitch up and come.
)vaI. You Must Be on
* a3 o (ll
o o .
he most successful sale of
s as we anticipated, but
Is will be marked lower.
ist and most famous retail
Iss whose chief aim is to
ke H M
e, to love Them QiCk.
$10.00, A2-5o and $15.00, blacks, tans
pick and choice for only $4.98.
hing Sale Continues.
niany miles to get. If your size is in
:o.oo Suits that are worth twice the
tithe Shoe Department.
e department and see the farewell prices.
the Spot. COMEI
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