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VOL. XLII. NO. 111 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY SEPTEMWBER 12t 1905. TWICE A WE.$.0YA
We've a great deal to be thankful for, an i
to our discriminating customers. Our efft
with the utmost satisfaction and ever min
trade has contributed to our success an ar
grees nearer that high ideal which we hav
laurels and imagine the success of to-day
enough alone we know that is always posE
Taking up the task of modern storekeep i
patronage of customers. For the last eig]
surrounding shopping public. Every barl
clothing shoes, gent's furnishings and sta
Where the Feast is all Ready with the Newest of
the New Dress Goods.
To day we offer you the mightiest line of Dress Goods ever
offered by a Newberry Store, and it makes no difference what low..
prices you get offered you we will beat them all. Just wake Up
early Tuesday morning and bring your family to Summer Bros. Where
more new goeds await you than you ever saw before.
Ninety feet of Wool Dress Goods all the season's newest wear and
the finest of the fine await you, don't think of buying your Dress and
Skirt until you see our line and hear our prices. For 10 days we will
sell 40 bolts Melrose at 40c. value in Black, Blue, Green and Brown
10 bolts 36 inch Black Taffeta, the $1.25 numbers. at 79c. yard.
10 bolts 36 inch Peau-de-Soire, the $1.25 number, at 79c. yard.
30 bolts Beautiful English Broadc-_.h Shrunk in Black only 69'yA;&
50 bolti Tricot Flannels the good kind, at 19c. yard ll colors.
50 bolts Light Outtngs a 10. number, 5c. yard.
10.000 yards Heavy Colored Outings 27 inebes wide, 42c. yard.,
10,000 yards Dark Colored Percale 5c. yar- ,.
500 Bed Spreads 98c.
300 Pair Blankets $2.95 pair and al wool.
100 Bolts good Duck Vallicene 3 112c. yard..
Strauss Bros., 'Feighiner and Fis- "
chel have gone ahe2d..i- advanced
clothes making, and if you want to
feel at home in the height 'of -fashion.
wear these wellknowi mikes. All the
newes' weaves now on display.
~~ have gained the
spoh !W- clothing for you3
fresh, new suits j
We are determined to do the leading Dry
ask the shoppers ain't Summer Bros,' I
S U Mf
3ver increasing business for whic
)rts to please the trade heve met
dful of the deep debt of gratitudE
nountof patronage liberal beyon
e established as our ultimate goa
as indicative of our future. We c
ible to do better. We are pushing
very day with renewed..determin
it mon hs we have been getting I
rain counter has been probed for
Not a line has been forgottea -nd we deem it
befiting to state that we will continue to use
.every effort in orr power, offering the greatest
values possible in keeping with this policy it is
essential to maintain the high standard develop
ed in our system untill to-day the two best print
ciples qnality and lowest prices are so intimately
blended in our establishment however low prices
may be quoted elsewhere our customers turn con
fidently to Summer Bros. finding us niuch lower
on all grades of merchandise. T*is great com
binatin.of quality and upAod teness and very
mch lower prices plces us at the fiead ..of the.
peession in the Carolinas .
In mens, young men and bo yaWcIthing wetcan
sho the world's best makes.
Americans. The I
- stand the wear an
day's youni gen(
complete line ofP
~ Colors, Mixture,.I
~ day. -
IG MEN! school ga
erg Clothing Co.,
lead in high grade M -J~n
ig men. Over iLooo ' B yPo
Goods, Shoes. Clothing busines
:he cheapest of them all. Ju
APEST OF TI
h we desire to express our appreciation
with uniformly kind appreciation, It is
to a valued clientele that we state that the
d any previous and brought us many de
1. We are not satisfied to rest upon our
lon't work one of the old principles let well
on from one stage of endeavor to another
ation to deserve still better the generous
)argains in high class merchandise for the
its best value in dry goods, dress goo#s
The Recognized Shoe House of the Carolinas.
None dare dispute we buy and sell more good reliable footwear
than any 2 stores in Newberry combined.
For 30 long days dray loads after dray loads of good shoes have
been landed at our door to-day. We stand ready.to fit every foot in
Newberry Town and County-yes, plenty for all.
in Men's fine wear we sell Burt & Pockert Kurrect Shape, Han
non & Son, Edwin Clapp and many other new- lines.
Ladies find the best money can buy in style iogfi* iathd qiien
quality-there's none better.,.
Gents furn .etc.VUp46Ldateness chuck-a-blocks.
i_000 -yards good Bed!Ticking 56. ya i
300 nice Large RUgs 98c. eseb.%
4,o0 yads -gooUty Drills at lowest prices.
9,000 yards Best Heav,A4D inch Eemspuz at-:MbwdtptiWs -.
5,600 yardos Wide EmbroidT :ard.
-,000 viditedjoy's Heads to be fitted in-Cape, all picps.
300 adies' $200.Accordi&n Pleated Skirts Like cut, 98c. ea
elovi ng for young
:ind thats made -to
I roug.h. use bf to
iation. Full aind
aids, Stripes, Solid
tc., on display to
fCot"e" Like Cut 98c
of N ewberry this fall. Watch! our store,
t get in line and follow the crowds to