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Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C.. as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, September 12, 1911.
The cotton seed market is as im
portant almost as the cotton market.
Let our business men bear that in
Mayor Langford says he is going to
do some street paving and he is going
to do it now. We hope so. Vhen the
work starts it should be kept going
and it should be done under the direc
tion of a good engineer so that we
may not have any more patch work
and permanent worx without intelli
Captain E. A. Smythe's letter ask
ing to be informed of any long staple
cotton .and stating that he would like
to hav'e his mills use South Carolina
cotton if he can secure it, is along the
right line. If the mills will just co
operate with the farmers it will help
In many ways. Why import cotton
we can grow and then export wnat we
grow. Another thing might help: If
the mills that use our snort slpi,e
would just put the market in the towns
in which they are located up so as to
-induce the farier to naul to this mar
ket instead of letting the rarmer haut
to some other ;market. In many cases
this is done, the mills taking the cotton
from the other markets and paying
We are informed that the citizens
who live along the road from Newberry
to Kinards via Jalapa have agreed
to furnish their teams and what
ever help is necessary if the county
supervisor will. let them have the use
of one of the scrapes, belonging to the
EtZ and0De mnn i;o operate it, and
Sthat they will furnish such teams and
KMIp in order to clean out the ditches,
fi11 in the holes on the road from New
berry to Kinards. This road, it will be
recalled, was put in goo4 condition by
the supervisor about a year ago. It
has had practically no attention since
and now needs attention, and if the
proposition is accepted, it will cost the
county practically nothing and the
road can be put in fine condition in a
*iry few days.
-We hope the supervisor may 'oe able
'to let, these good people have the use
of a scrape and a man to operate it
while they are in position to furnish
Our buyer has just ret
Baltimore where he purc
* .of Men's Suits, Overcoat
and complete stock of B<
ing.' A full assortment
Jackets, and etc. These
and are open for inspect
ingly low, considering t
introduction to our stoc
prices, come and examir
$18.00 Men's Suits in
latest styles, blues, grays
and blacks, fully worth
double, we ask
opening price - 139
Hats -of all kinds, new s
and Ladies' Shoes
1008 Main Stre<
Morris sells it cli
the teams and other help.
Supervisor Feage stated on McnGay
that the people of the Kinarcs roac
could secure the scrape and a man to,
operate it by sending a team to his
camp Just east. of Newberry at any1
Mr. Geo. C. Glasgow was also seen
on Monday and saia that the team
i would go for the scrape at once so
we may expect to have this road in
good condition this week.
Of the condition of the Farmers and
'Merchants Bank, located at Little
Mountain. S. C., at the close of ausi
ness September 1, 1911.
Loans and discounts .. ....$79,640.63
Bonds and stocks owned by
the bank .. .. .. .. .. .. 2,-)000.
Furniture and fixtures 1,523 76
Banking house .. .......,.1,806.93
Due from banks and bankers 3,025.6
Curr?ncy .............. 1,392.00;
Gold .. .. ................ 170
Silver and other minor coin 169.50
Checks and cash items .. .. 38.00
Capital stock paid In .....$19,175.00
Surplus fund ........... 4,335.00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
paid ............... 654.07
Due to banks and bankers .. 67.46
Individual deposits subject
to checks ............26,118.48
Time certificates of deposit . 17,492.55
Bills payable, including cer
tificates for money borrow
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Ofunty of Newberry.
Before me came W. A- Counts, cash
ier of the above named bank, who, be-1
ing duly sworn, says the above and
foregoing stateient, is a true condi
tion of said lbank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
W. A. Counts.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 9th day of September, 1911.
-3. B. Lathan, (L. S.)
I i Magistrate.
J. M. Sease,
J. B. Derrick,... I
J. H. Wise,
All persons .are hereby warned not
to fish, hunt or trespass in anyway on
lands owned or controlled by us.
A. H. Kohn.
,S. S. Birge.
-S. J. Kohn.
Mrs. s. J. Kohn.
Mary E. Kohn.
.S. S. Birge, agent
Estate W. T. Birge.
urned from New York and
hased an immense stock
s, Shoes and Hats, a new
>ys' and Children's Cloth
of Ladies' Military Capes,
articles have just arrived
ion. The prices are amaz
he high quality. As an
k read the following low
e the goods and be fully
S3.50, $4, and $5 Men's
Pants, full peg top, -belt
loops, cut and sewed in
the latest tailoring styles
all colors, open-2
img price - - - e6
hapes and colors. Men's
at very low prices.
et, Newberry, S. C.
Leaper than others
People marvel at the T
goods is the expressioi
visit the big store, but
from the thousands o)
say, "How can they se
the largest business of
ment have been more
departments will be m
New Goods Are
Ladies' Tailored Sepa
We have new arrivals daily in this de
partment. Saturday's express brought us
200 n,ew skirts. It is .iust like throwing
away money to ,buy anything in the way of
wearing apparel without seeing what we
have got to offer. We -carry the stock and
we do thle read1y-to-wear business of the
Standard Percales at
We place on sale 50 pieces Standard Gib
raltar Percales, plenty of reds and blues in
the lot, and worth and sells elsewhlere, at
10 cents, at only, the yard.. .. .. .. .. ..
School Days Are.Near
100 pieces new fall Dress Ginghams, just
the thing -for children's school dresses.
These goods are fast colors, and worth
12 1-2c., special sale place.. .. .. .. . ..10.
Children's School Caps
Case after case of boy's and girl's Schiool
Caps .iust opened. You never saw such a
pile of Caps in all your life. Bring the ,oys
and girls along and fit 'em up.
And when it comes to a
quality, style and price i
Piles of new goods b
does he mean by buyii
i heard many times a
the most flattering c
? we)) pleased and sati,
11 'em so cheap." W
rre than doubled both
Spot Cash Conts Now in Buying
Goods as Never Before.
Mimnaugh is just back from
the markets where he bought
goods for spot cash almost at his
own price. Prices must certainly
ave struck bottom, as goods
Iave changed hands at a lower
price than can ever be produced,
so we were fortunate in having
bought the great quantities.
Another Thingj-You can choose
here from the widest assortment
of the season's best styles, and
you can save money on every
purchase. No Newberry concern
is "hooked" up to compete with
There Is No Middle
A store must either step for
ward or backward. With us it is
a constant shove forward. Come
along, friends, the man that -will
undersell Mimnaugh this fail he
does not live in Newberry, he is
rocked in a cradle somewhere
show down if we don't
*s considered it won't be
!ing secured daily at
ig such quantities of
day from those who
:omment we hear is
sfied customers. who
e are preparing for
?s for every depart
-Wear and Millinery,
as to space and stock
in Carload Lots!
The great under-priced bargain lots-fig
ure for yourself.
Two cases 36-inch Poe Mills Bleaching
worth 8 1-3c., sale price... ... ... ....
Five cases good heavy Fleeced Outing,
worth 8c., at only... .... .... .. .4 3-40.
Two cases Anderson Outing, worth and
sells elsewhere at 10c., here only.. . .8 1-Sc.
FiAb bales 40-inch Sea Island (10 yards
limited) at only...... ...... ......Sc.
Two cases Staple Apron Checked Ging
hams, worth Sc., sale price.... .... ..
Thrree cases Cotton Flannel, sworth 15c.,
special sale price.... .... .......Q..
New Tailored Suits.
:Three large shipments of Ladies' Tailored
Suits already receivfed. If you need one
right away, conie along, We can fit you up.
Our stock is varied and comprisest all tbe
best styles and colorings.
Shoes by the Carload
Enough shoes to supply every man, wo
man and child in Newberry County. Being
in the position to handle the qualities and
planking the money down, we were 'for
tunate in scooping in quantities of goods at
half price. Come, we have the best Shoes
that are manufactured.
get your business when