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.p RSMARKABLE CURES.
Mr. W. Q. Hipp, of Pomaria, Discovers a
Remedy for Rheumatism and
Proves Its Efficacy.
Mr. W. Q. Hipp, of Pomaria
I L Uffered very sevetely with rheu
ittism for four years. About a
onth ago he tried a very simple
inedy, and today lie says he would
t take many thousand& of dollars
r the change which that simple
4 inedy wrought in his condition.
This is not a medicine advertise
ent. It is not desired to sell you
anything. It is simply desired to
puggest to those suffering with
"rheumatism, and ever ybody knows
ow very painful such suffering is,
a simple reinedy which may help
Mr. Hipp ould not walk up
Lirs, so sorely was he afllicted.
1,He gave the remedy to Mrs. D. A.
Ruff, who suffered with rheuma
tism and the saine remarkable cure
was wrought in her case. He gave
it to an old negro woman who
could not raise her right arm, and
that woman today handles her arn
as freely as she ever did.
The remedy is very simple. It
is as follows:
Gasoline, i quart.
Camphor, 2 bars.
Mix and rub parts affected.
Mr. lipp advises those suffering
with rheumatism to try it. He
does not guarantee a cure, but the
experiences given above are true.
The Editor of the Abbeville Press and
Banner Ver. Pleasantly Remembers
Judge aii Mrs. Crosson.
The following is taken from the
Abbeville Press and Banner:
"Judge James M. Crosson, now
of \voodvilie, Texas, but formerly
of Newberry, this St. te, is writing
interesting letters to the Newberrv
Herald and News, giving his recol
lect ions of Newberry before the war,
when lie was a younger man than
lie is today, and when .the genera
tion lived and flourished on the Bush
"The Judge now was a Colonel
in the forier days, and no man in
Newberry county stood higher with
the people. Whenever lie offere<.
himself as a candidate fo. office
they manifested their love fui him
and showed their coifidenc.e in his
ability to serve theml. He was for
years editor of one of the county
papers, and no man of his day ever
caine nearer filling the requirements
of the timle.
"'We are not surprised that the
people of Texas recognmizedl a good
man when they saw 'lim. A bet
ter wvoman than is. Crosson never
lived in Newherry. H-er ability
andc her womuanly graces made her
the noblest of the qiueenis of New
berry households, and( in her ouit
ward life~ she was among the best to
be met on the King's highway.
''Away back in the fifties the
Crosson family consisted of several
little ones, among the nunnher were
Master O'Neall and Miss B3ettie.
The names of the younger children
I do not remember. The Judge
ought to write all about his clil
dren. Miss Bettie and Master
O'Neill, I presume, have long since
gonie out from thle home nest. I
wams glad to note recenitly that Mrs.
Crossoni was still livinig. They
Iit1t 11ow hei Efr on the war t() (11r
Judger andm NTIs. Cmoss;on leClntly
celebrated thiir g;olden weddinmg.
They' ha.ve lived for more t han half
a century toget her, enjoying the
respect amnd estem of all whlo know
them. Judge Crossoni was at one~
time editor of Them I Ierald a'd
Newvs. His letters to thuis pamper
are interesting and form a valuable
contribution to the history of tIme
county, and it is hoped by the p)eo
pIe of Newvberry that he will write
.often and long.
t Goods ever
o low as to comr
rtue of desirabilit
ncerns many im
m equalled. Loc
No other argut
ie cheapest and
1H not excolled by anly inl tho cit y-4
wider selection range than any hlisec
ever shows at this Moason.
25 pes. 88 in. Zibilinis in Bilael
ind all Colors worth 75e, om
20 pe. fil wool Grni.alo Sachin
worth 75c, our prico .
25 pes. 36 in. all wool Snitium!i
worth 40C anld 50C, onr prici 2'.
20 pes. 38 in. Iancy ,Mixture'
worth 75e, onr price 1e
21 pes. .10 in. Wool Choviots wort I
75c, our prico 18.,
25 pes. id in. irodeloths, bliel,
and all colors, worth $1.25, om
50 pes. Colored Hnlirieti s l,or
and Worsteds -worth -10e and N)e
our prico the yd., 25e
o pm. 36 ii. Tin'otut, worth .9i1.2i 1
our 1)rie o9
3 pes. 36 in. Black Taffota, wil
not split, worth $1.50, our prico $1.1
3 pes. 36 in. Poan do Soir Sill
worth $1.50 and $1.75, our prico
15 pes. TafbTt Silks, Black am1
all shades, worth 60e, our prieo 390
is beyond all question
Six Bargain Days in t
slave, and the peculiar fact abo)u1
his famnilyv is that, although of nIe
gro blood,1 they ownied and( wor1ket
slaves; themlselves. T1hiere is said1 t(
he no objction1 to the renIomlinaltiol
excep)t on color lines.
Matriomnal success somIetimels dle
pends uiponi the alimonly.
A man11 ceases to believe ini dreann-1
after marrying one.
Girls think it unilucky to lose tlin
chanice of' get tinlg an1 opa11.
Ecixemua, Itching Humors, Pimples Treat
1)oes y'ouri skin it chI and burn? 1i
tressing~ rtiL(Lonls on Ihe' slin so yol
'eel aIshatl ed to be s<' in (0 ompany1(11
I )o senhla and sceale; f'orm on the 1 sin.
0ai1o scalp? lime' you l':ezemaI
hair'': All run down? Sin pailt? (Oh
sores? IEatingIp sores ? Ulcers? T<'
l:anie lilood Balm) wvhich mtal.s In
blood purte and1( rich, theni the sores wil
heal and thew itcohinig 0of eczema stoi
forever, the skinl Ieom c'00(learP and( tIh<
blood lpure. 1B. B1. H. sohl at, dlrt
stores $1. Tial Itreatmet senlt frect
andlo prepid by wr'iting to Blood lil
Co., Atlanta, Ga. D)escribe yomi
tr'ouble and free medQ(ical advice given.
Over 3000 testimonials of cures by li
ing of the Bes
brought to NE
nand your attenti
y, and all that H igi
portant needs ats
)k at our-great ,
nent is needed t<
best shown anyw
OUR LINE OF
Cmittins heb gulitv ' in ma11toril-1
Itmld nviko-up, ir-d it, till tho new%vst
StYlk-S from . $ .
Jackets, Furs and Capes.
ThI e 10 VI mo Jtc m)1t e lii i 1 t he Nit y.
[itst style' iuil go'ing. at re:lc
ni aill Iizos ad bolautiful palttorwi!;
m II got the pok o)f 1h ot.
New Line of Lap Robes!
The144 cieap,Ht and bost inl t1144 cit.
$1 00 to 1,4.00.
the home of Lowest Pric
e week, and every hour c
OME AND SEE US.
t ooks if she ties niot t) look it.
. letter Than Pills.
Thle quesCt.ionI has bee aCIl sked - li a whait,
wa vare~ Cihmbrlini's Stomaich andi
I iver CI Tablet suerior to the ordinary
enthari t i and liver p1ills ? Our answer
IS T hey are easier and( more pleasant
to3 take ando their ell'ect. is so. gentle andi
so agreeab)le t hat one hardly real izesC
thait it is p)rodtuced Iby 1 mnedicine.
ITh(n tihe'y niot only miove the boiweIs
-lbut impr)kove the1 a1ppetiteV and aid the
digestion. For sale at 25 cents per
hottle by WV. 1. P elham & Son, New
berry', S. C., and P rosperi ty D)rug C o.,
Prosperit.y, S. C.
A h air-h to rni nfac ~t urer says
thant hak1(1itmen have go9d heads for
Chambin erlain 's C;ouKh itemedy.
No one w itst a i nt e d w i4it it t its
orI l qua44li.t 4.m he w pi sd tth
reitI po u -i.4 iif I'hmnherlain's
oug i medy. 111 niot on4 . 41 uriiii s
co anr p i 1 at 4I ai~ lly iia pe m
ntinly bo w pre 'tn g I lo I dk iii
atherte a ving fmnr erit. Whorn
sey sWi. 't lenhaain no Sonm Ner
bter r u S h an(Irsey an mayg boe
il en sp e nty1. 5 oahb.a oa
t . n l . 1
on. Every item
i quality implies
avings that have
) convince you
OUR LINE OF
Is fino in solvetion and low it prico.
kvrv suit is i m olly s1v to you.
100 Suit" for Men worth $0. oO,
100 Stilts for Mn worth $10.00,
Jill priev 7,
1C ui or-Moln worthl "-13.">0,
urpric'.1 .0 )
100,Stlim ForMolnwoh (.0
iAC $ , r priet 12,>OR
200 Ovoremnit :iat $51.0 00,
I. ( uu( and ( 00 t hat soll at of hor
i'ort; f"lr dollbbo thlt prico.
A full line of Boi Inee I a Its
Su it s f or $1.00, $ 1.25, 51.50), $2.01)
-.0, 830 ndS1. 0. W al k tho
tc>wn ov:r iand yon cinl't lilitcl tlemi.
A big linie for I cnlies, Aliii and
Chiilronk. All of tiht bost i<ids aud
5) (oz. liltdio-', Ulndervvst, wiitor
weight, worth 20( and 2,, 011
50( doz. Ladies' Vetvs, h t'avy, worth
10 and4 501, our prico 2,)(.
100 doz. Mli'm Ha Undo'shir-ts
id Drawors worth ;i0e and (10e, our
es or the Best Goods.
>f the day.
HEAD 10 FOOT.
Cause of I.(Ickiaw
I,OPkjaw.,(I (r ulns, 5 is nnl hvl a
Icis ori germ whlich ex istS pIlnt illy
nl street irti. It. is iactive so1 hony
(s (xpo.sedl tol the air, buti) whecri e<lII(
benthlLI thle skini as in the0 w%ons
:maJsed byi percusionl caps) or3 Iby rusty
1:u1s, and( when thet air is excIih4led the)4
(Oerm is rouIsd to1 ai.vity and( pr~oduce~s
he ost1(51 virulent1). )oison knoHwn. 'Ihiese
terms1 maiy bei dIestroy\ed and all dant
*ter3 of lockjaw avidedlCi by alpplying
~hambUlerlain0's 1Pain Hahn i freely as sooni
is the in)july is receivedl. Pain Halm
s ant an tisEltic and( caulses enits, bruLiises
mdiu like injuieisI utha withoult mial.
llrationi andh inl one third th1e time re
jurdbthe uisu al i.rentmen(it. It is
ori le by\. I. Pelhon11 & Son, New
>e rry, S. (C., and P rospleri ty I )rug Co
1ProsIpriA.y, S. (.
If lionoubled( with1 a weak digestion
ry C hiamrbin iIii's StnmachI and4( 1,i ver
ale by W. I. IPelh:aun & Son. New-.
*ro(sper.'ity, S. I.
Sou1 men ipi linii: tII I nswn? t i-i
Mtany Motihercs oi :1 1 i pinion.
ii"up ofI a over typ1 :1)41 Ihr giv
(II of ( :h nblb n' o ii t itI'1)t)el t( m y ti ~ tl
or1 sale W.' ' 1 'elhami & Soni, New
eorry, S. C. , and1( Pr3osperity 1)rug Co.
1rooritv. S (.
Prices that are s
possesses the vii
Today's news cc
never before beE
that our line is tt
OUR LINE OF
ContainsH the solid, th0 substantial,
the ltost stylos for work, business
or dress won'r. Nobody can boat our
650 prs. Ladies' Shoes for $1.00,
not a pair in the lot worth less than
(300 prs Ladies' Dross Shoes, lace
or button, worth $1.75, our prieo
515 pr8. Ladies Dress Shoes, lace
or button, worth $2.00, our prico
500 prs. Ladios' Fino Shoes, lace
or hnitton, worth -2.75, our price
450 irs. Ladios Fino Shoes in
patton, : kid leathers, hand ttirnod
and wlts, heantiful styles worth
"'3.25, our price S2.50
600 pirs. M on's Shoes, lace or eon
gress, worth $1.50, our prieo 81.00
'0 prsi. Men's Shoes, lace or con
cress, worth $1.75, our price $1.25
550 prs. Mon's Shoes, laeo or con
gress, worth $2.00, our price .$ 1.50
500 prs. Men's Dress Shoes, all
styles, worth $3.25, our price $2.b0
450 pr.. Men's Dress Shoes, all
styles, worth $3.50 and $4.00, our
price $3 00
1000 prs. Chifdron's Shoes-all
kinds, worth 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and
$1.50, our price only 25c, 50c, 75c
and $1.00 a pair.
Rloosevelt, Pursuing His Conltemp)tible
Policy, Will llenominate a Negro
for the Position.
It is reported from WVashinrgton
that despite the somnewhat violent
op)position of the white people of
Florence, S. C., President Roose
vclt wvill renomninate Rev. Joshua
F. WVilson, colored, as post master
at Florence. The negro cry has
been raised by those who are con
dutcting the op)position to the ap
p)ointmnent, but the President, who
has carefully looked into the facts,
has concluded that there is no
grotund for t his issue in view of thle
facts and( abonit the mniddle of 1)e
cembewr lhe will send to thle Senate
the nominat ion of WVilsoni to sne
ceed hiimself. WVilson is piesidinig
elder of' the IFlorenice dlitit oi f the
SouthLi Carolina con fe rence of the
Met hodist l'',piscopal Clhurcii, c'olor
ed , antd wais appoinitedl postmnaster
at Florence by' P resident NIcKiie y
ioui'i years rago, at whliichi time t here
was little or ino material opposit ion
and no0 inijetioni of the cinestioni of
the color of thec appointee. Under a
previous Republican administration
Wilson served four years as post
master nt Florence. H-e is nenr1v