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A RIPE OLD AGE.
Mrs. Mary Sligh, Surrounded by Her Rel
tives and Friends, Celebrates Her
Newberry, November i9.---O
Monday the children, grand-chi
dren and great-grand-childl en, wit
other relatives and friends, of 'it:
Mary (Annt Poll\ ) Sligh met i
her home, ner. :-'benezer chlrch.
hotior of her cigh ty y-inlth hit ida\
I'here are few indeed who 1t.1e
that ripe old age NlIts. Sligh i
still very active :01 one of her ag..
She loves to tlk 11nl the g od oll
titmes when she was a young girl
She has a splendid mieory am
it is a pleasure to hear her talk
She is still able to read with.i
diflicilty. with the aid
glasses. She has passed the eighty
ninth mile-stonle, and i; appear
ances cont for anything, she \ il
pass several more. Nirs Sligh l ha
four children living: Mr G MI)
Sligh, NIrs. \larv McGr.ny, thi
widow of Mr. Hen McGraw, Nrs
Carrie WIfitaker, he wife of tih
Rev. H-. W. \\'Iitaker. and Ni
Susainah Schitimpurt. tle wife L
J J. Schlutpert, all mf whom wen
preselnt She has thirty one grind
childrenl living. twen-It.\ -nin11( (,1
whomllxt- wTre preIsknt, and tin(,e. t
leat 21.110 childieni wil() we e
T ht ( r*()\\d e. lt :n ), i l
-tvet .\ fIvk.'' t_ p el f \\h o
vcle h li ned .w nh-I :a j
i the .m-1rmn1v a hNg ta"bIe wa,
nlade inl the ytr, and as the di;ir
hour drew ntear the lad began to,
busy thlinS'lves placLinig t hev manyt
good thjings that hai bwe prepJ.ared
ll the table.
All preseillt eljoveyd tht-ill,elveS
to tile f,1llest extent. Everyboth0
SeeIed happy. iThe da\ was one
of those gloriaons 111dian) stutlmllel
days which seem to lenld new
beauty t) Nalltre's eharms.
I know that all who were preselnt
will joinl tile in wishing that Mrs.
Sligh will liVe to celebrate miiany
11101e birthidaYs aod that they may
be celebrated inl a matner ever6
Marriage of Mr. Romie Kohn and Mis!
Brucie Stockman -Personal
3:i,ghs, Nov-Ilr IW.-Mr. Wilmi
Stockman i has fhim: c.to,plo,to hii
nowV residene, 'W ich vill idd ion1iel
to) his e vnic.
NI iss laoni l ai oli, wVho ha s lI ter
atway study i- g in-l-ic, hias rotulrne,
IThe wvrit.r hitol the IIh-asuire
The shl- suritu itN pro1si
lich Mis < ri Dominiek ios. th
sceompijlish'. I t 'acher.
NMr. MIax o y llrris hais accep'ed
po)sitioni at Notwhiorry as clerk in NMr
1K:. Y. Mor~iri.' groceory storre.
MIr. Willi SI hl, of Tennerissrq
lIe is ini thi. blhting rodl busir"o
Mlessrs. Wilie ar11( Iiving. Ij.ri
havet pu1rchias05d a pace above' No
hiorry'11( and wi mo1ve (on it r.t an1 eari
Mir. J oromeu Morris, of theo( ONeti
sect ion, visited his uncile, NIr. L I.
Mlorris, on4 Sundoay.
Mr. atilNI air. Croigh .11 Doinie
v.is4ited NIr. J1. (. Aloo's fam ily
NIrs. I%im-ltine tint, of t he NI
\Irs. i"nhiii.r, of neatr I'ine ItidIge, o
Siattur<uay night andl Sundoay.
MIrs. P'at llowers, of near P'ine
W\oods, hias pu11rchatsed ia new orgmii
Mr. htoi Ko'hni, 80on of Mr. S.
Kohni, and4 MI iss lirneio Stockmairi
ho only) dau tghter of Mr. .1. 11. Stoe1
man11, worot' married last Sunday ever
ing. They htave the best, w.isheos<
many friendan for a long and( pOrpo
oun lifn tognther. L. M. M
Mary is 24 years old
as Ann was when Mai
now. How old is Anr
should cause your "domE
throb, remember that we
if you use
Sure cure for pains, n
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, H
Wal. E Pel
HEEE IS TO
but iS si
We have placed in ou
\ ewi!i g~ie Key to th e vlox I
I (t. c I 'lvr w.h (.2) Keys' wit
( )i 'il R 'II 1 K Key; vill open th
out yo > l nay II v your IK cy.
Shc irst Key to un111ock the lI
T1e secon-Id Kev to uilock the
The third Key to nilock the I
No Key w1ill be tried tle-s the t
to have a key. We dot not know w
ad ve'rtiSC iII this paper when all t
hour so everybody w\i: have In uqu
gfiM''' ;nt lose the Tag--'le K
We have the birgest selection, thi
s:y,li-,h Shoes that tre inanutil tured
0. K L E
TILE FAIR AND E
Makes a Specialty Of
to have their old clothe
'ones will call up 'Phon
for your goods. We n
...... SPE CIAIL
vO N 1
......F U LL W EEI
All work guaranteed
k For Terms et
Lime, -- Cem<
Terra Cotta Pipe, Ro
C arolina Portland Cement
Mary is twice as old
'y was as old as Ann Is
acknowledge defeat. If it L
I of thought" to ache and
,uarantee to give you rollof
tatters not what they are, l
eadache, Cramp Colic, etc.
TION PHARMACISTS, v
'-UR .HANC .r
i4 -M!cj.A'4 11Z- ! ip
no gambling scheme, T
Yiply an inducement to
r SHOES from Lis fore
A S H.
r window a box which b
'ree Wit h every pair of Shoes sold at .
h every pair of ShoeS sold at -2.0( or
mir of Shoes sold at $3.0o or over.
is box. When Keys have all given
)x takes TEN DOLLARS.
box talkes SIN DOLLARS.
1x takes FOURI DOLLAItS.
is a ttached. No employe allowed
hieh key opens the box. We shall
he keys are taken and set a day and
Al chance to try his Keys.
.:y is worthless without it.
best quality, the most durable and
of Leather and Iron, at prices which
cleaning and pressingi
di dyeing. All wishingi
s made to look like new
ei 6 and have me call
P R ICES.U.....
'S L A U N D RY......
IlIat THE LAUNDRY.A
ant, -Plaster, E
Smna-i Lots. Write,
Co., - - Charleston, S. C. ~
s roady to store Cotton
ud issue receipts for
vmio, which money can
e obtained on
H E TIME
We have the Pyrog
aphy outfits and the
lain wood for burning.
he work is very inter
3ting and very easy to
D. Any one can dol
ie work. Come in and
uy an outfit.
[AYES' BOOK ST'ORE
Washington, OrA:on, Nebraska,
Npvwa, Idaho, Wyoming, Colo
rado, Utab, N..w Mexico, and
:kets on sale from Sept. 15 to Nov. 20.
IHE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
ers choice of rout es. Free ltecl in
g hiir Ca rs. No) t.rans1fers. Faist
nt. Double track.
>r full in formation, Ci rculars, Rates
and Tickets apply to
F'RED) D MILLER,
Trav. Pass. Agt., Ill. Central R. R.,
be following druggists reqnuests the
>ldiirs of M UR?NA coup uns to bring
m 1i n in at oncet anid secu)ri 1 ab.olnte
fr.'e, t ho regular siz b' ot tle of the
resit PretraItionl, M l N A W IN E
For snL&. onily by Gil her & Wooks
larness and Saddlery
he argest andl most com..
plete assortment in
'.verything kept in an Up.
to--date Harness Es
)AVIS & CO.
151'7 Main St, Colnumbia, S. C.
Newberry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
since organization 21,000
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganization - - $9,200
A man working by 4 th day is paid
for th" tijo ho puts in at work, but
whon that main aves a dollar for bis
day's labor it works for him nights,
as will a iays; u4ver lays off on ao
couit of bad woather und nevor gets
sick, but. goes right ou earning him
an incoin. i's it uico thing to work
for mjoney, hut it's mnch r-icer to
hav% m1111oy working for you. Try
it -opim 11 wivimig.s accvourit with us
aid LVot -oio monoy working for you.
A ii a deposit in tho Savings do
partnilt today and let it begin to
Wirk for ytoti. Iiterost computed at
.1 por ent January 1 and July 1 of
eaceh v ar
We are receiving New Goods
daily, and today we have the
most complete line of House
Furnishing Goods ever opened
in Newberry. Come and look
over our stock and get the
prices on Cook Stoves, Heaters,
Stove Pipes, Stoveware of all
kinds, Tin, Glassware, Knives
and Forks, Crockeryware.
Finest line of Pocket Knives in
town. Rugs, Matting and Art
Squares. Come and see. We
are headquarters for New and
Up-to-Date Furniture. We in
vite one and all to come and
get our prices and let us show
you through our big store. A
dollar will buy more from us
than any other Furniture store
in the State.
Shelley, Dean &
Newberry Hardware Co's.
Old Stand, Main St.
Land for Sale
82 acres 5 miles of
Whitmire-25 acres in
cuitivation, 5 to 6 acres
Seven lots adjoining
the corporate limits of
building sites. Terms
and prices reasonable.
For further informa
tion call at
Is all thei rage, antd so is the fine
line of A pples, Oranges, Grapes,
Corm)nliits, lauia lms, etc. that
neL are badliig no0w. We also
have~' New~ MTackere'l, Pig IK'et,
etc. Simiply a fine line of good
th iigs to ealt.( Come to see us.
COUNTS & D)ICIERT,
R'ussell's ( )ld Stanid.
CUIR ES a c 1(33
ALL HEADACHE iIId( ileu'
eoo,obraln or hua . c, 25c an 500 a bottle.