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THE DOINGS OF UTOPIA.
The Coming and Going Of the People
Of No. 8 --A Marriage -- Stlolen
Utopia, December 7.-Mr. Henry
Long has moved his saw mill to
Mrs. Ida Boozer's place, in this sec
Mr. W. I. Herbert's new house
Is nearing completion.
Mr. Arthur Werts and Miss Ma
mie Schunpert were happily married
!ast Wednesday at the home of the
bride's father, Mr. F. M. Schunip
Mr. Dan Livingston has his new
house ready for occuppancy.
Hauling saw stock is the order
of the day.
Mr. Thomas Blair is building a
cook room and other out-buildings.
Mr. W. I. Herbert has been busy
extracting honey of which he has
secured a good yield. Sone one
seemed to think Mr. Herbert's honey
was public property and went in
one night recently and n-propriatedI
sonic, it is not known how much.
Christmas is almost here.
Mr. John Paysinger is running
Mr. Long's saw mill.
A little snow fell here last Tues
News From Excelsior
Excelsior, December 7.---We had
a nice rain on Saturday afternoon
which was very nice on the grain.
Sunday was a lovely clay for
church going people and the service
here in the afternoon was well at
Mr. RC. M. Cook is confined to
his room sick. Hope he will soon
be out again.
Mr. L. S. Shealy will leave this
week for his new home at Little
Mr. E. M. Shealy and family will
move in St. Pauls section soon. Mr.
George Richison and family will
occupy the dwelling vacated by Mr.
We spent a few days over at the
beautiful town of Leesville last
week. Leesville is building up
rapidly and promises to be a city in
a few years more. Leesville has a
cotton seed oil mill, cotton ginnery
and is looking forward to a cotton
factory in ths near future. We
had the pleasure of meeting quite a
ntinber of our friends and while
our visit was p leasant yet it was
mixed wvith some sadness.
A L.ONG-FELT WANT
1t Is suipplied at last in Newberry.
G oods nture t'd people arie ofteon iprrita
If you know the realson, you should
not he. surritsed.
Ever* have itch ing p1ices?
Not, sick enough to go to b)ed: not well
enioingl ho content.
Theli contant1t itching senlsation:
IITar t'( o bear' ,ha rder to got e lef,
H poils y'our tempie)r nearily dive Vt5you
IsnUi't relief and1( cure a long,-felt, wanity
You cant have reIlief anda cutre if yon
will follow the adlvice of a local citd
M. P . Leopard emiiployedi at, the Neow
berry Cotton Mills says: "I have n1eed
D)oan's Ointment id cannot, say too
inuch in its fav~or. I had itchilng hem
orrhids fori years and( also) a b'reak in)g
out Oin tmy legs ,ami it ahn ost, set mie
crazy. I coutld not ind anyt,hing to
help it. i have soen theo timae when I
ha ivt got ten out of bed andI seratc hei.
unitil tmy logs wereo one mnass of id ooda
and1( 1 felt as though I coumld have taken
a knife and scraped the skin otf but it
only miado it worse. The doetor gave
meii s0o10 salvo andit I songhit two or
three dli lfrent oi n tment, and putt t,bem
on bumt notinitg did any good. t"inally,
I priocued a box of D)onni O~in tment at
l'elhanm's dru'Ig store. 1 (do not think I
had1( it ont tetn minutes before I felt re
lihef. A conittinuation1 of the app11licat.ions
as t diret.d ont,irely stoppedct alil my
tmsery iandt nO one0 knowvs what a relief
it has boen. I can t ake oil tmy clothes
now antd sloop ina peace. Yon can bot,
y'ouir last(0 dlltr otn one0 thin g, I catn
recotmmendi )otan's i nttment hirst, last
and1( all the time."' For sale by all
decalers, price 50 cent s. Foster-NI llbu nr
Co BuffalIo N. Y. sole agents for tihe 1U.
Remnember theO name~ Doan's anmd take
Prices that are c
possesses the v
Today's news c<
never before be
that our line is t
OUR LINE OF
itu'ains tho Hol id, (b1sbs) nia
i IH t1* Ml1 1, v St cal,~ t i 8 1
he latest styles for work, businev..
)r drems wear. Nobodtv ca beat om
650 prg. Ladies' Shoes for $1.00
iot a pair in the lot worth less that
600 prs Ladies' Dresq Shoes, lac(
)r button, worth $1.75, our price
$ 1. 2 0
5,5 pra. Ladies Dress Shoe, Jac(
>r button, worth $2.00, our price
500 pro. Ladies' Fine Shoes, lact
>r bntton, worth $2.75, our price
450 pra. Ladies Fine Shoes ii
>atent or kid leathers, hand turned
11d welts, beautiful styles worth
3.25, our price $2.50
600 pra. Men's Shoes, lace or con
ress, worth $1.50, our price S1.00
580 prs. Men's Shoes, lace or con
ress. worth $1.75, our price $1.25
550 pis. Men's Shoes, lace or con
ress, worth $2.00, )ur price $1.50
500 prs. Men's Dr-)ss Shoes, all
tyles, worth $3.25, our price $2.50
450 pra. Men's Dre.is Shoes, all
tyles, worth $3.50 and $4 00, our
1000 prs. Children's Shoes-all
:inds, worth 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and
1.50, our price only 25c, 50c, 75c
,nd $1.00 a pair.
MULTIPLY IN C
1GINE IIORSES--Just received
.2nice lot of Kentucky horses. Ca
and see them.
A. L. KNIGHTON & Co.
nt Goods evet
5o low as to com
irtue of desirabili
>ncerns many in
en equalled. Lo
No other argu
he cheapest and
OUR LINE OF
I not excelh by any in the city
wider select ion rango than any hout
over shows at this season.
25 pes. 38 in. Zibiliue in Blac
and till Colors worth 75c, ot
20 pe.i. all wool Grenade Sackinq
worth 75c, our price 49,
25 pcs. 36 in. all wool Suiting
worth 40a and 50c, our price 251
20 pes. 38 in. Fancy Mixtur
worth 75c, our price 401
21 pea. 40 in. Wool Cheviots wort
75c, our price 48(
25 pcH. 54 in. Broadcloths, blac
and all colors, worth $1.25, ou
50 pcs. Colored Henriettas, Serge
and Worsteds worth 40c and 50<
our price t he y-d., 25(
5 pes. 36 in. Taifeta, worth $1.2
our price 951
3 pes. 36 in. Black Taffeta, wi
not split, worth $1.50, our price $1.1
3 pea. 36 in. Pean de Soir Sil
worth $1.50 and $1.75, our price
15 pos. 'Rafeta Silk ick an
all shad-, worth 60c, ou 'e 39
Is beyond all qu 01
Six Bargain Days t
People's National Bani
PROSPERITY, S. c.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.
llurglar proof safeI and1i n)suran<(
fire pr~oof vault. WVe (10 a gener;
banoking busi ness. \Ve solicit yot
business. P'romnpt an d polite a
Inte rest aLllo wed in) savinags d<
M. A. CA Hi.ISLI, P'resident.
\V. W. WVIIEd.Ein, Ca,shier.
W. P.o Pugh, W. Ak Mosele'
Geo. WN. llowers, Joh)n II. Feller
J. P. Howers, George Johinstmai
Md. A. Carlisle, 1L. C. Moseley, jo
ALL PERSONS ARE F'ORBIIDD)E
L.to hunt, fish), or trespass in at
way upon my landls bounded as follow
On the north by hlnds of .J. P. Count
(former'ly Lorick tract,) east by Bros
River, south by lands of James 4
IIope, west by the main Maybintonar
Columbia public road. Any one viola
a ing this trespass notice will be0 pros
Li cutedl to the full extent of the lawv.
JOHN F. IIOBBS,
ling of the Bes
- brought to N(
mand your attenti
ty, and all that Hig
portant needs at r
ok at our great
ment is needed t
best shown anyvm
OUR LINE OF
k Contains the best (juality in material
ir an1d make-up, and in all the newest
styles from $1.50 to $6.00
Jackets, Furs and Capes.
- The most complete line in the city.
Latest styles and going at reduced
In all sizes and beautiful patterns!
$1 00 to $5.00. Just opened. Come
and get the pick of the lot.
New Line of Lap Robes!
d The cheapest and best in the city.
$1.00 to $5.00.
i the home of Lowest Pri<
he week, and every hour
DOME AND SEE US.
lReal Estate for Sale.
TH AVE IN H ANDS TH E FOLLOW
. ing dlescribed property for sale on
terms that will enable persons desiring
homes to secuire samie:
Seven tracts in No. 2 Township, con
taining respectively 147.33, 211.13,
198.50, 192.75, 142.29, 217 and 186 acres.
These are choice lots, highly productive,
well wooded andi wateredl, with plentyI
of the best pasIture~ landl on each p)lace.
There are two goodl dwelling houses
.e and several tenant houses, barns, cribs
il and stables on two of them, good wvell
ir or a )ring wvater in plenty. Also one
t- hant some residence in the town of
'New;berry, admirably constructed with
modern improvements, desirably located
-on one of our main thoroughfares, and
in one of the most desirable sections of
In coninection withI this place there
are several handsome building lots
which we will dispose of at an early
For pr*ices andl terms apply to
,F. W. IGRGINS,
,.Real Estate Agent,
- -Newberry, S. C.
HlE SUPERVISORS OF NEW
.Lberry and Saluda Counties will be
at Bouknights Ferry on the 15th of D)e
cember at 10 a. in., at Kempsons on
the same (lay at 1 p. mn., andl Simpsons
at 3 p. mn., to let contracts for these
N .JOHN M. SCHUMPERT,
jLAND FOR SALE.
3. FOUR LOTS CQNTAINING- 28
d ces, andl Lhree containing 40
t- acres, on eastern a!le of towvn just out
e- sidle corl)orate limits. Desirable loca
tion or bi11 inpurpose. These lot,s
on. Every item
h quality implies
)avings that have
o convince you
OUR LINE OF
Is fine int -w-c-tiont t ind low im price.
Every suit is a m11oney saver, to you.
100 Suits for Men worth $6.50,
our price $498.
100 Suits for Men worth $10.00,
our price $7.50.
125 8nits for Mon worth $13 50,
our price $10.00.
100 Suits for Mon worth $16.50
and $18.00, our price $12.00.
200 Overcoats at. $5.00, $6.00,
$7.50 and $10.00 that sell at other
stores for double the price.
A full line of Boys Knee Pants
Suits for $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00
$2.50, $3.00 and $4.00. Walk the
town over and you can't match them.
A big line for Ladies, Men and
Children. All of the best kinds and
50 doz. Ladies' Undervests, winter
weight, worth 20c and 25c, our
50 doz. Ladies'Vests, heavy, worth
40 and 50c, our price 25c.
100 doz. Men's Heavy Undershirts
and Drawers worth 50c and 60c, our
:esor the Best Goods.
>f the day.
HEAD 10 FOOT.
Rich FarmLand for Sale Cheap.
T H-ERE IS OFFERED FOR PRI
. ate sale about 480 acres of the
rich hickory and oak lands of the H-obbs
p lanthtion--part of the famous Eichel
berger tratin the D)utch Fork on the
Lexington side of the Newberry-L1ex.
mngton county line. The landA front
one mile oni I.road iver, and One mile
on t.he main Maybinton and Columb)ia
public road. It is twVo miles from Hope
Station, four miles from PIormaria and
five miles from Peak on the Southern
radlroadl. The tract adjoins thme p)lanta
tion of James C. H ope. There are fine
up)landls for cotton andl rich bottom foi
corn. The land( grows anything 0
the place is a new dwelling, excellen
tenamnt houses hiid two large moder'
barns. The land is well wvateredl a
timbered. Ciol. John F. Hobbs, ti
owner, lives in New York city and h
to neglect the p)ropert.y, there fore
has consen.tedl to sell it. The tract
he sold in one piece or cut to suit p
Terns: One-thirdl cash, and bala
secured by mortgage or bond for
to suit the p)urchaser~ at 7 per c
interest peor annum.
Trhese lands always produce a e
The place will be sold cheap, but ch
or in one tract. It is an ideal p)lac
a home; land that lasts; fruit, g
fishing, fine pastures. For terms,
see or write to Col. W. HI. Wa
Newberry Observer, James C.
Esq., Peak, S. C., or Col. Jol
Hobbs, 16East 48th Street, No
City, N. Y., or to E. IH. Aull,
berry, S. C.
W ANTED.-- Manager f
branch of our business
Newberry. Write p)romptly, w
ences. TIhe Morris W holesal