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A Cood Business Done by Newberry Dis
pensary During October-Prosperity
The following statements show
the sales and profits of the dispen
saries at Newberry and Prosperity
for the month of October. It will
be observed that the Newberry dis
pensary did a very large busicess
last month, and that the Prosperity
dispensary also had good sales:
Consumers' price ........ $6157 88
Invoice price ........... .4212 6o
Gross profit.............$1345 28
Expenses............... 204 61
Net profits............ $1140 67
Consumers' price ........ $1319 53
Invoice price ............ 1029 97
Gross profits........... $ 289 56
Expenses............... 77 27
Net profit ............. .$ 212 29
REV. MR. LONG'S FAREWELL.
An Interesting Service at Colony Sunday
-Congregation Presents Token
The Rev. J. J. Long, who re
signed some time since as pastor of
the Newberry circuit, to ac-ept a
call from the Bethlehem pastorate,
near Pomaria, preached his farewell
sermon in Colony church on Sun
day. A large congregation filled
the church. The sermon was
strong and earnest and well fitted
At the conclusion of the sermon
Mr. Arthur Kibler asked permission
to make a few remarks on behalf
of the congregation. With a few
feeling words, telling of the love,
esteem and gratitude borne their
retiring pastor by the congregation
he presented to Rev. Mr. Long, on
behalf of the congregation, a beau
tiful silver pitcher and two small
silver cups, one for each of the
pastor's little sons. The Rev. Mr.
Long responded with a good deal
NEWS FROM ST. LUKES.
The Rev. S. P. Koon's First Sermon
School Opening With Large
St. Luke's, Nov. 2.-The Rev.
S. P. Koon preached his first ser
mon to St. Lukes congregation
yesterday morning. The very large
congregation which completely
filled the church seems to evidlence
that he will be aided in his work.
He and Mrs. Koon hav'e the best
wishes of the whole congregation,
and are welcomie, very welcome, in
St. Lukes graded school opened
this morning with sixty-twvo pupils.
Good work is expected this year.
The new school house has been
completed and has a seating capaci
ty of ab)out 150. Mr. WV. F.
Bedlenbaugh is principal of the
school and Miss Essie Moore is
assistant. Both are young, but not 'I
altogether inexperienced teachers
and are alive to their work.
Big Creek school opened on Oc
tober 26th with Miss Sallie Pugh as
teacher. |She has taught therec
several terms emd is regarded as a
Dr. D. J. Taylor is adding to his .t
dwelling. Dr. J. WV. TIaylor has
already made a valuable addition to
Messrs. D J. and N E. Taylor
have moved their saw mill from Mr.
G. F. H-uter's to Mr. H-enry
Wheeler's, near Fairviewv school
The Nashville, Chattanooga and
St. Louis Ry., and the West
ern and Atlantic R. R.
The Scenic Battlefield Route.
ro the North, North-West and West.
3est Equip ped Trains, Superior Service and
?uickest Time. For rates, schedules, maps,
ftc., or any information, call on or address
JNO. E. SATTERFIELD,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Slo. I North Pryor St., Atlanta, Ga.
Opposite Union Depot. Bell'Phone 169.
EXCELSIOR KNITTING MILLS
OF UNION, 8. C.
FIFTY families or about TWO HUNDRED Toppers, Knit
ers, Loopers and Finishers, ages from 11 to 35, to make
rood wages at .-ny and all of the work offered by us, all of
Vvhich is nice and easy, and the prices we pay are much
iigher than paid by any other hosiery mill in the South.
We hax-e young men and young ladies who make from
25.00 to $35 each per month.
Apply to J. H. GAULT, Treas. and Mgr.
1 77il Av% MT'S Cures Cholera-Infanfi,m.
- Diarrhoea,Dysentery, and
A the Bowe Troubles of
LV Children of Any Ago.
. _1a ~AW. Digestion, Reguk'.,q
WDI$ -he Blowe:ls, Strengthenw.
7 fMSatD&the Ciild and M,'s
~i c~tsat ~is~ TEr;TIIING EASY.
r : 5 to C, J. MOFF TT. M. D., ST. LOUIS, MO.
--, . 0 ::'. Hivos, Thrush. Removes and Provents,
- . ..:. C,jIJNTERAGTS AND OVERCOMES
-" '. ' '. :3MMER'S HEAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN.
IN EVERY CONFLICT
There must be leadership, and in no con
flict of modern times is this more aphicable
than to the battle for leadership in the retail
bii ''less. Our battle cry is "A Bigger Dollar's
.h." It's the talk of the town. Our friends
, country have taken it up and are singing
.araises. The balmy bracing breezes of the
beatiful Autumn mornings have taken it up,
and it has been wafted to every hill top and
through every valley. The buying public have
already announced us the victors, and to the
victors belong the spoils.
This space will not admit the mention in
detail of the greatest bargains yet offered, but
will mention a few items: Zibilines, Cheviots,
Serges, Prunellas, Venetians, Soleils, Crepo
mne, Homespun's, Ladies C oths, Flannels,
Gasimers Henri ettas - Black and Colors.
Everything in Waistings can be found here.
Prettiest Furs and Jackets in the city. Call
atnd examine them, no trouble to show goods.
Everybody bidden to come, and is welome to
lace or the winning side.
Your obedient servant,
. 3 O 'eKm..
GEN. EDWARD M'CRADY DEAD- NO) TICE
he Dlstinguishecd Carolinian Passed lT I, ELA ULCOT
Away In Charleston Sunday Morning. N~bry nslba nlecbr
Charleston, Nov. r.-Gen. E~d- Oecnann 5ars oeo es
vard McCrady died suddlenly at 6siutda Wlon adbode l)
'clock this morning at uhis r*esi-ladofJL.Cok,. .Coo,an
ence on Church street. H-eart Oncotiig1areofld, i.
isease was the cause of his death. u4ela atn n one ylnl
Gen. McCrady's greatest bequest o .B ros .A lp,adA
future generations is his history GMyr
f south Carolina of which threepablinnoyr,tbe eced y
olumnes have heeni issued.bodothpucaeanmrggef
Pressing and Dying.uiIpr.O SA WOD
The Newberry steam Lauindry uii
takes a specialty of cleaning,dying V Yucnetifrm uyD -
nid pressing. Patronize home in- Il' vrtigt i a rm I
ustry b)y having your work done lrtcasJwlyS.r.Telns
t a home enterprise. Call at Lauin- ygaB n(eSae
cry,forepioes.the Court IHos.a
MOWER COM PANY'
Two Big Stores,
Are filled from floor to ceiling
with desirable merchandise. You
will find it very easy shopping
here, because the qualities are
right, the pricesare low, the clerks
are polite and everything possi
ble will be done to make it to
your advantage to give us your
We want to emphasize the fact that no house
can or will sell you goods cheaper than our
selves. Our present stock was bought at very
low figures, in truth we have much cotton
goods on our shelves away under today's ruling
We propose to give our customers the benefit of our fortunate purchases
and advance the price on nothing so long as our present stock holds out..
It's a big stock, too, and you must take a whack at it. We are the lenders on
Dress Goods and Silks.
Our stock is complete in these lines. In our
we have three experienced ladies to look F.fter your interests. Get your
head fitted here. We can lit you or your little girl in a beautiful cloak.
Our shoe store, too, is full of good shoes for all.
Walk Over Shoes for men have no superior. There are shoes that sell
for more, but there are mono better. They are iade of the best initorial
by the most skilled workmen. Every pair guaranteed. What m11oro could
Regina Shoes for Women,
Hand turned, soft 8s a glove, Goodyear welt, mailo liko a man's, all styles
of these elegant. Shoes: every pair hits our guarantee.
Ideal Shoes for Boys and Girls.
Visit our stores. e will give you value receivedt !or every penny you
spend with us.
O.3.I. MOWEf 00.
The Best Brands
May be Found at
A Full Line of
Beautiful and Up-to-Date.
Come and buy some of our'IN V R
Fine Cream Cheese H 0 EV E
I icn a Saisac B M I
Canned'odsabb"g N E W BER
Potatoes, Fruits, Etc?
Chestnuts arc fine this 'rho following druggists requests the
year. We have a new holders of MUIRNA coupons to bring
adethe best them in at once and secure absolu'te
goods. ly free, the rcgular sizie bottle of the
Groat Preparation, MURlNA WINE
0 0nS o ikr d"di's For sale only by Gilder & Weeks