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ARY 1, we will gin o
Y asand Fridays.
p ty Cotton Oil mill Co.
FO MEALS-If you want
WO pared mcal go to Dani(
purant in front of
otton yard, and next do,
RN is under contra
thi - the balance of the ye
t whole year 19(
I per 4 hereby warned n
to hire n1 hArbor'the said Erne
J. S. Dominick.
HINGLES-I iV4tve plenty of shin
Ivs. Call and g Priccs.
9. W. LeRoy.
ANCY MALAGA G ES as lo
as they last at 20 cents per pon
at the City Cafe.
OR SALE AT. A BARGAIN-H,
n1s Factory and Tannery coive
in'!ntly located. New biulhlings a
Adress Factory care this paper.
town tan< country, -n dwellin
barn Aid 'nOtents, by S. P. Booz<
Insmiancee * gent.
LANKETSI BLANKETSI We hai
the kind that keep off colds al
pneumonia and cost you less
, OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMEN
Notice is hereby givenl that I w
ake a final settlement in the pi
ate court for Newberry county
umary 21, 1907, upon the estate
. C. Hayes, deceased, anid immc
6l,y thereafter apply for letters di
issory, as administrator of said (
:sed. All persons holding clait
inst said dstate will present I
me by that date dily attested.
E. Lee Hayes,
. M. AUGUSTINE, BEEF MAR
st steak ...........12 1-2 e
ivi cuts from 6, S,and loe. per
rk 12 1-2 eents per lb.
ak Pork 15 eents per lb.
slers, nest 40 cents per quart.
h1, etc. Near Senn's store.
'e the undersigned will apPly
Secretary of' State for a chart
tle Newberry Firemen's lih
oeiation on or before the 31st d!
eeember, 1906. The purpo~ses
said association are t.o participa
e benefit p)rovided( for firemen
"hast session of the General Assei
and( to do and perform all si
as are necessary to parteipa
L. Clarence Pitts.
Henry B. Wells.
Coleman [L. Bleas<
P. A. Jenkins.
W. A. Mann.
J. W. Earhardt.
-herry, S. C., Dec. 24th, 1906.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
otice is hereby given thatt
nsConeilofN'ewberry, S. C., w
an election on Wednesday, 1
h er 26th, 1906, at-8;o'olock p.:
the following officers:
*eik and Treasurer at a salary
*00 per m0nth.
ty Attorney at a salary of $1
* ef of Police at a salary of $50.
*Policemen, each, at a salary
00 per month.
ne Street Overseer at a salary
00 per month.
miplighter and Janitor at a sala
.00 per month.
o Hose Wagon Drivers, each,
ary of $20.00 per month.
o clerk and treasurer will be
to give a bond for the faith:
Onnance of his duties in the st
,000.00, th~e chief of police in I
of $1,000.00 and each policemt
* Oanm of $500.
Ileations must be in the har
g of the applicants, except i
lamplighter and janitor,a
with~ the clerk and treasurer
ek en the evening of Decemi
any further information api
iOlerk and treasurer.
A. T. Brown,
8. Wortsq, Mayor,
I ier 20th, 1006.
THE BANK OF
Gpital Stock -
Interest allowed at rate of 4
Ur Special attention to farme
small, none too large to enlist ot
ct to meet and greet you. Call In.
a' G. Y. Hunter, President.
ot J. F. Browne, Cashier.
st Board of
N. L., Black. A. H. Haw
S. S. Birge. J. S. Whe<
1g S. P. Boozer. G. Y, Hun
[H u lers Fi
A1ENCY FOR a
Ve of a box Of
bringsforth as many
or delicious morsels
1- ~and surprises
asthe tp layer. c
us Our prices remain the
Ie fect qual'1y of our gco
to all lovers of fine ca
than you would for inf
Our Christmas Cnd
now for sale by
WMI E. Pe
The big Remodeling S
selling event in the his
during the sale at time
d.. nces that the public
A Big UMBRE
hel A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF
DLED) UMBRELLAS EOR L.ADIES, A
.100 Fariay-h4ndled Ladies' Umbrellai
United States for $1 50, for this big sa
100O Fine-F?arfey-handled Ladies' U m1
for lees than $2.00; for this big sale $L
50 Fine.Fancy-handled Ladies' Umb:
25 Fine Fancy-handled Ladies' Umt
ofA BIG UNDER V
50 dozen Childrer)'s Vests and Drawe
to 32, not a garment in the lot -worth
place the 5) dozen on a big bargain ta
50 dozen Boys' Fleeced Shirts and D:
r-and sells In most stores for 35 cents ea
50 dozen Men's Heavy Fleeced Shirt
une kind, for 88 cents.
an 25 dozen Men's Heavy Fleeced Draw4
25 dozen Ladies' Union Suits, the 40
aALL UNDERWEAR MARKED D(
nd STOP QUI
'ITY, S. C.
- - $25,000,01
- - 12,160.0
per cent. on time deposits.
rs' accounts. No account tc
ir best attention. It is a pleasui
J. S. Wheeler, Vice-Presiden
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
kins. P. B. Warn(
,ler. J. F. Browr
:er A. G. Wise.
o r EXCLUSIVELY
ible Drug Stor
4o advance in price
3ays Huyler:. "Regarc
ng advance in prices (
ur Candy, would sa
hat we are aware of t
act that many of tl
nanufacturers of chea
3r Candies have a4
ranced their orices, bi
ve have not done so. n<
io we intend to do S
same, as does the pe
Js." This is good nev
idy-you pay no moi
ies, all HUYLER'S, al
Ihow & S onl
ale at Mimnaugh's has
:ory of Newberry. Th,
s making it almost im
appreciates 'the great
LLA Sale. . Ar
UMBRELLAS-FANCY HAN. AL]
LL EXCELLENT QUALITY. A
,,worth and sell all over the T
e 98 cents each..
rellas, you can't match them 1
la, worth ~$3.00, for $1.96 1
reflas, worth 64.00, foc $2.49
'EAR SALE HA
rs, good, heavy fleece, sizes 16 gle I
less than 25 cents; we will $6.51
ble for your choice, 15 cents at $
'awers, good, heavy garment RE]
ch, for this sale your choice
and Drawers, the 50 cents E
irs, the 40 cents kind, for 29 Chil
cents kind, for 25 cents. berr
A WN FOR THIS EIG SALE
.1.r.2 W 0,
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPER7
I will sell at public auction at 1
home place No. 6 Township on Thu
day, December 27: 19 mules, 1 hor
4 milch cows, 3 yearlings, 4 hogs, coi
fodder, 275 bales of pea vine hay,
D bushels peas, oats, 3 tons mix
iano, 3 four horse wagons, 3 t'
,J horse wwgons, 2 one horse wago1
harness, I pliacton and harness,
guano distributors, cotton plante
0 plow stocks, double foot plows,
' harvester, mower and rake and otli
farm implements, 1 sixty saw g
steam press, 12 horse eiv-ne.
P. C. Smith.
Notice is hereby given that t
r rule heretofore adopted by city cou
cil not to permit fire works witl
ie the business portion of the town -
be strictly enforced and all perse
are warned and notified to gove
By order of city counjil.
A. T. Brown,
El.. S. Werts, Mayor.
Clerk amid Treasurer.
e SEE L
caused more commer
a hundreds upon hundr
possible to move from <
saving they are making
t Squares, Rugs and Lace (
MARKED DOWN FOR THIS BIC
few Art Squares left to geo at $3.98.
1e big Rug Sale continues:
0 pairs Lace Curtains, worth $1 00, for o
Q '" " 4" ."4 " ,$1.50
4 :"4 ." " - $2.00 "
Ed ( , E 44 $2.50 -
ONE HUNDRED MEN'S SI.
hTE BEEN SINGLED OUT FOR TH
sw nobby suits, every thread wool, douibl
>reasted sack suite, the bra e leaders ela
Sand *7.50, priced here for this big cut
L98 a suit.
MEMBER, THIS BIG SALE ENDS SA
A GOOD-BYE SHOE SAL
rery pair of Men's, Boys', Ladles' M
iren's Shoes to go at reduced prices this
mn't buy a dollar's wsrth until you v
y's Greatest Store.
rishing my customers, rich and po or, o
k, a happy New Year,
e Store of N,
sTHE NEXVBERRY SAVIN1GS BANKI
go Newberry, S. C.
i Capital stock paid in . . $ 50,000.00
rs, Surplus. . . . . . 25,000.00
Deposits . . . . . . 235,000.00
We do business on business principles
We extend every consideration consistent
[ie with safe and spund banking.
in Four per cent. paid on deposits in Savings
Department. Fire Proof Vault.
r" Burglar Proof Safe.
JAS. McINTOSH, J. E. NORWOOD,
--: FOR :
qWS, ALL SIZES,
g Tools of All Kinds.
JS AND SAVE MONEY.
: to Buy Your Hardware.
P C 0FOUR DAYS
. - MORE.
it by the wonderful bargains offered than any
eds of people who have thronged t his big store
>ne place to another are the best poss bie evi
by attending this sale. . .
urain GREAT BLANKET SALE.
SALE' Another shipment of North Carolina Wool Blankets, 25 pairs,
10 1-4 all wool (Dixie), direct to us from the Elkins Woolen Mills,
North Carolina; the $500 kind; special for $3 49.
mly 69c pr. .25 pairs 111-4 all wool (Dixie) North Carolina, worth $8.50, for only
' 98c pr. $5.00
' $1.49 pr, All Blankets MA RKED DOWN for this big sale-89 cents, $1,25,
$1.98 p. $1.49, S1.98 and $2.49. Every pair worth double the price.
Irs A Big 25 Cts. Dress Goods Table.
IS BIG About 50 pieces all kinds of Wool Press Goode, some in the lot 45,
inches wide and some worth up to 50 cents a yard, all piled on a big
e and -In bargain table in centre of the store. These will go like hot cakes
ewhere at when we name the startlingly low price of only 25 cents a yard.*
prc sale ALL COLORED DRESS GOODS
TURDA? MARKED DOWN FOR THE BIG SALE.
* *52 inch Broadcloth, all shades and black, the $1.25 kind, for '79 eta.
E52 inch Broadcloth, all shades and black, the 98 cents kind, for 6b
sses' and All Colored Dress Goods, $1.00 to $1.25 kind, reduced to one price,
week' for this big sale, 79 cents.
Isit New- All Colored Dress Goods, 75 cents and 89 cents kind, reduced to,
one price, 49 cents.
ihite and All Colored Dress Goods, 50 cents and 69 cents kind, reduced to 35,
awberry. S. C.