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X. H. AUIL, E.DITOR.
A Card of Thanks.
I desire to express my sincere
appreciation of the efforts of those
who kindly rendered my home as
sistance during the last ilness of my
wife. They may safely rest in the
assurance - that their kindness shall
not be forgot. Respectfully,
John J. Mayer.
Death of a Child.
Luther Alonzo, the child of Mr.
George E. and Mrs. Dessie Krell,
born Sept. 13, 1898, died October
23, 1903, aged 5 years, r ionth and
Messrs. Counts and Dickert are
making a run on Christmas goods.
Davenport & Cavenaugh.
Davenport and Cavenaugh, who
are conducting a first-class grocery
store, are ready for the Christmas
Not a minute to be lost when a child
shows symptoms of- croup. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy given as soon as
the child becomes hoarse, or even after
the croupy cough appears, will prevent
the attack. It never fails, and is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
Smith Drug Co., Newberry, S. C., and
Prosperity Drug Co., Prosperity, S. C.
The Price of
1*-All of our MILLINERY will
be sol' at reduced prices through
the holidays. Come and buy your
wife or daughter a pretty Hat for
Christmas. We have j ust received
the latest Novelties in
Belt Pins and
In Red, Black and Tan.
Pearl Shirt Waist Sets
19c. per set.
We will have a full
line of Toys and Holi
day Goods at prices
right. Come to see us.
nair & Havird
'I RIGIIT [PRICEC STORIE,
ier Bros.' Block Near D)epot.
()n. Also new
ble. on Layer
l'eer N uts, & c.
The emrel, Pigs Feet,
""n'd , H ams, &c.
will follow Li''something good
I . '.1epit. Call 10) 'ee us5
herr~y Cotton i
orrhidls for yea Stn d.
out on my~ legs ,2
help1 it. I have Op
haveI gotteni out I)
until miy legs were i('.ters and
and1( 1 felt. as t,hough
a1 kilfe anid scrapediS I,
onily miade it wor.se. 2 I(ce
me some1 Halve and1( .
three iffer'ent ol imob .
on but ntin did any.rvic
i proeueCd aI boxI of D)oai
Pe'lhamn's d rug tore,.loa
had it on ten mninult,es ht
lief. A continuationl of
as i diret.etd entirely s
misery and no0 one know.ib
it has been. I can take o
no0w and1 sleep inl pealce- HFl
yourii last dollar on 0ne1,r
and all the time.'' For .
dealers5, pice 50 cent Is. F"ost.
('0 l'utfa~lo N. Y. sole agen1tsg
tremembher theo n ame D)oani'
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN)
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-I
Francis L. Britt, Plaintiff,
Ezylphia Gauntt, Dolly Brogden, Eli:
Gunter, Polly Gunter, Alfr(
Gauntt, Jacob Gauntt, Mrs. Ris
John Lindsay, Henry Lindsay, Fai
ny Lindsay, Eliza Ann Killoug]
Martha Ann Johnson, Eloise 'ia
thews, the heirs at law of Hen
Gauntt, and the heirs at law <
Isreal Gauntt, whose names at
places of iesidence are unknown I
Summons for Relief.
YOU ARE HEREBYSUMMONE
and required to answer the con
plaint in this action which is filed in tf
office of Clerk of Court for said count2
State aforesaid, and to serve a copy (
your answer to the said complaint c
the subscriber at the law office of Lan
bert W. Jones at Newberry, Sout
Carolina, wiihin twenty days after tI
service hereof; exclusive of the day <
such service; and if you fail to answe
the complaint within the time afor(
said, the plaintiff in this action will at
ply to the Court for the relief deman(
ed in the complaint.
LAMBERT W. JONES,
[J. F. J. CALDWELL,]
Dated Oct. 18, A. D. 1897.
Tf the Defendants, Eliza Gunter, Poll
Gunter, Mrs. Rish, also the heirs o
law of Henry Gauntt and heirs o
law of Isreal Gauntt, whose name
and places of residence are unknow
to the Plaintiff:
Take notice that the complaint i
this action together with the summon
of which the foregoing is a copy, wer
filed with the Clerk of the Court o
Common Pleas, for Newberry County
in the State of South Carolina, on th
fourteenth day of October, A D. 189!
LAMBERT W. JONES,
Newberry, S. C.
Newberry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,00(
Surplus - - - 19,50(
since organization 21,00(
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganization - - $9,2'C
A nian working by the day is pai
for the time he puts in at work, bu
when that man voti a dollar for hi
lay's labor it s s for him nigbu
as well as days; never lays off on at
count of bad weather and never get
.iek, but goes right on earning hit
an11 incoie. It's a nice thing to wor
for money, but it's much icer t
havu moniy working for yon Tr
it-'- .-n11 It 911vingr accoun.t Wi i ;
and geit ome money working for yi
Make a deposit in the Savings d
partimont today nd let it. begin t
w.rk for y.n -. ILre rco m putnd
.4 per "ent January 1 and .July 1
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
, 'IT EEY l''HIDA Y N IGHI
C,raii,'d S'-nool building Vi.sors col
J1. 8. SM4 (ITil. N 0
Knights of Pythias
iTATED CONVENTIONS OF TI'l
)A ~L,odge will be held on the '2nd ar
4th Tuesnay nights of each month
8.00. Visiting knights cordially we
comned. TP11OS. E'. EPTI NG.
K. of R. and S.
Crot well liotel Building.
Harness and Saddler
The argest and rnost corr
plete assortment in
Everything kept in an Up
to-date Harness Es
1517 Main St., Columbia, S C.
(UR ES M'-M
County Auditor's Notice.
I OR MY AUTHORIZED AGENT
will be ,at the following named
places below for the purpose of taking
,a returns of personal property for the
id year 1904:
Newberry, January 1st to 7th.
Chappells, Friday, January 8th.
, Longshore's, Sat. " 9th.
t- Whitmires, Mon. " 11th.
-v Maybinton, Tues. " 12th.
f Glymp!tville, Wed. " 13th,
Walton, hurs. " 14th.
;o Pomaria, Fri. " 15th.
Jolly Street, Sat. " 16th.
Slighs, Mon. " 18th.
Lt. Vountain, Tue. " 19th.
O'Neall's, Wed. " 20th.
D St. Luke's, Thurs. " 21st.
I- Prosperity, Fri. &Sat. " 22nd & 23d. i
e And at Newberry until February 20th,
r, after which time the law requires a
of penalty of 50 per cent. to be added for
,n non returns. All notes, mortgages and j
- moneys are taxable. The law provides
h also for an income tax on gross incomes ,
e of $2,500.00 and upwards. All male C
,f persons between the ages of 21 and 60
r years are liable to poll tax, except
those exempt by law. Parties holding
, certificates as to their inability to per- i
I.. form public duty are not excused from
poll tax, except by reason of their in
ability they are incapable of earning a
jon't ask that your returns be taken
the same as last year; returns must be
made on proper blanks and sworn to by C
y parties making same.
.t In making returns be sure and state 9
t whether you have bought or sold any
s real estate since last year.
n W. W. CROMER,
Auditor Newberry Co.
Take Things Easy
e This Christmas.....
Nothing gets easier by being put off
until the last moment. In holiday buy
ing, the easy way and the most alto
gether satisfactory way is to do your
choosing while you have everything to n
choose from. The very things you .th
want will also appeal to others. To C
delay is to limit your choice and make
the task of choosing correspondingly fc
Make a list of those you will give to, B
come and look over our magnificent 0
stock to your heart's content, and it
wlil .-mggest the most suitable gift for
cver-yone on your list. Come early,
t take all the time you want to and ask
us all the questions you like. Our wide
, assortment of high grade goods will
turn the worry of choosing into a real
0 Mayes' Book S i'e.
Howm I Much
Than the old Ashion 'd '
Is withi thc
Saves Time, I
Dones nwnyv wit ilt
ChIoppin,g N nife a
Yucan1 find no better Christmas
prese'nt s for1 the house wvife.
VFo(1jod ebpers, Meat. Choppe rs, Slaw
Cutters, Vegetable Slicers, l ard andl
F Iruit Presses, Iknamnel ware, Tinware,
e e. l'xamnine our stock( before you
NEWBERRY HARDWARE 00.
F. A. Schuimpert, Sec. & Treas.
HOME IN .
Thle followitng druggists requests the
holder's of .11U R~N A co)upoLns to bring
hem ini at, once atnil secure abls.olte
ly fre.e, the regular stizt bottle of the
(4rent Preparation, MUI tNA WI NE
L"or salo only by GJilder & Weeks
Are filled fro
mith desirable r
mill find it ver
ight, the prices
ire polite and
>e will be do,
We want to empha
an or will sell you g
Elves. Our present
c.w figures, in trutt
roods on our shelves;
We proposo to give our enttomi
qd advanco the price on nothing
a big stoi-k, too, and you must t
Our stock is comp
3%IX nII 3Y3-7L'3
e have three experienced ladies
sad fitted hire. We eau fit you
ur shoe store, too, is full of gooc
Walk Over Shoes for men have
ir more, but there are mone bett!
r the most skilled workmen. Ei
.and turned, soft as a glove, Goo
these elegaut Shoes: every pair
deal Shoes fo
Visit our stores. We will give
>end with us.
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icketsi on sale from Sept. 15 to No".
THlE ILLINOIS CE3NTflAL RAILROA
iTers choice (I oft nto. F'ree lleel
ig Chai r Car.. N4o transfers. F"
himo. D)ouble t rac,k
'or full in formation, Circulars, lb
andl Tickets apply to
F'REDI D MILLER,
Trav. Pass. Agt., Ill. Central R. R~
MONEY TO LOAN
On Easy Terms
For Long Periods.
few more Shares of the first ser
[ay be secured. Apply to
Sec'y and( Treas.,
Newherryo S.- C'..
m floor to ceiling
-y easy shopping
the qualities are
-are low, the clbrks
ie to make it to
e to give us your
size the fact that no house
oods cheaper than our
stock was bought at very
1 we have much cotton
iway under today's ruling
irs the bonefit of our fortunate purchases
so long as our present stock holds out.
,ake a whack at it. Wo are the leaders on
cds and Silks.
eto in these huos. fn our
to look after your interests. Get your
or your little girl in a beautiful cloak.
shoes for all.
no superior. There are shoes that sell
ir. They are made of the best material
ery pair guaranteed. What more could
,s for Women,
:lyear welt, made like a man's, all styles
has our guarantee.
r Boys and Girls.
you value received for every penny you
i.1Insinlf nt Sqle!
SGoing out of business
by January 1, 1904. 1
offer my stock of
~ FANCY GOODS,
NEW - YORK - COST - PRICE.
'The NEWBERRY 2
WAREHOUSE CO... h
Is ready to store C~otto~~ 1o
and issue receipts f)o1Xrl
same, which morsey 4u
sbe obtained on 4t
WAREHOUlSE ( 10