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IN MBlk1Y OF HAMPTON.
Committee Appointed To Rtaise Newberry's
Share of Monument Fund Issues
At the last session of the legis
lature a bill was passed appropriat
ing $xo,ooo to be used with a Simi
lar amount to be contributed by the
people of South Carolina, for the
erectioj of a monument to the men.
ory of General Wade Hampton.
The appropriation by the legisla
ture becomes available only when
the. ike amount has been contribut
ed by the people of the State.
The committee which was ap
pointed to take the matter in charge
made a report several clays ago show
ing that only about half of the $xo,
ooo to be secured in voluntary sub
scriptions had been raised. The next
session of the legislature is only a
few weeks off. Should the other
$5,ooo not be raised by that time
the legislature may rescind its sp
piopriation or take further action
looking towards the erection of the
IL is desired, however, to raise
all of the amount, if possible, before
the legislature convenes. Newber
ry's share is only $1oo. Newberry
is called upon to contribute only
$ioo for the erection of a monument
to perpetuate the memory of the
man whom she followed blindly but
wisely in the darkest period of the
State's history and who led her and
the whole State Into the light of a
better day! The committee appoint
ed to raise this amount has issued the
To the People of Newberry:
We have been appointed a coi
mitte to raise $oo, Newberry's
share of the amount desired to be
raiscd in voliutary contributions
irom the people of his State to erect
a monument to Wade Hampton.
We feel that no appeal should be
necessary to induce you to contri
bute to this fund. Every veteran,
every ian, woman and child in the
county should know the honor
this monument will (1o his memory.
Contributions in any amount will be
received by all the banks in New
berry and Prosperity, and by our
selves. We urge you to act at once
before the meeting of the legisla.
N.. A. Carlisle,
J. M. Kinard,
R. TI. C. Hunter,
WV. 0. Peterson,
Not a minute to be lost wvhen a child
shows symptoms of croup. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy given as soonl as
the child becomes hoarse, or even after
the croupy cough appears, wvili 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.
ALL TIRED OUT.
Hundreds More in Newberry in the Same
Weary and( wornI 0out night, and day.
Back aches; side aches.
All on account of the kidneys.
Must help them Uit their work.
A Ne wherry citizen shows you how.
P. Lawson, livin~g in Company H-ouse
P. No :32 emll)oyed in the cotton mill
says: "Don n' Kidney Pills cured my
backache arnd I have not fc't It sinc'e
using them. B3elore gettinig the pills
at, W. 10. I 'elhiam & Son d r; st,ore the
pain in my back was constant and I
had to.0 tuit wVm k severali t.imes on ac
count, of it. I eould( not sl-eep nigh ts,
would go to bed tiredi111 bt after sleeping
a couple of hours I would awaken wvith
an awful backacehe. If I had been lay
ing up~on a pile of store it could not have
felt worse. I wamnted1 to turn over but,
the first move I made caused such
acute pain that it was something awful.
I had nmo strength in iny back anmd would
have to take both hands to pull1 myself
over the terrible palins tearIng at me all
the tIme. No remedies I could get
benofitted me until I tried Doan's Kid
*cy Pills. I was surprIsed at the result
if their use. I felt better almost at
nee and since using them the pains in
ay back have left me. They are a
'onderful remedy for the back and
*For sale by all dealers. PrIce 50
ents. Foster-Milburni Co., BuTalo, N.
1. solo agents for the Ujnited States.
Remember the name i)'ns and take
mo substitt e.
We are receiving new goc
complete and up to date line
goods ever opened in N,,wbe
sell you one piece or a who
any other house in the State
are going to sell them cheap
St. Louis Ry.,
ern and A
The Scenic B
To the North, Noi
Best Equipped Trainm
Quickest Time. For
etc., or any informati<
No. 1 North Pryor St.
Opposite Union Dep
Why not take
been brought v
by the splendid
vice of the Al
LINE, the gr^ea
the Tropics. W
ets are now on
in Florida and H
Gen'l Pass. i
"What to Say in Spanish and I
receipt of a two cent postage strm
Fl FTY famuilies or about T
t ers, Loopers andI Finishers,
good1 wages at a.ny and all o
wvhich is niice~ and easy, at
higher than p)aid by any och
WVe have .5~ ounig men and
$25.00 to $35 each per mont
SApply to J. H. GAl
Remaining in Postoflice for tli
week ending Decc. 19, 1903.
A-Carrie Aiston, Mrs. Maggi
B. Adams, John Allen, Thomi:
B---Redie BLrry, Pleaisanit Boy(
J. C. Browin, WVra. Beamner, Mit
C-Mrs. I lenster Can non, Ernect
Cannon, Cyrns Camnpfield, D). (
Chandler, Mrs. P'onniee Cronmer.
D-Miss Connie D)errick, Mis
Mary Derrick, Mrs. A. M. D)ickeri
S. 0. Dov'er.
0-General Graham, Jimi Glent
Miss Lizzie Griffin, Miss Lular Ori
L-Mildon Lowmack, Simon L4c
N-S. T. Neni.
P --Mrs. Julia A. Peak.
S-Miss Marther Jnhns, cereon
dm daily and now have tho most
f furniture and boue furni8bing
rry. Come to see us. We will
le nuit of furniture cheaper than
We bought them cheap and
AN & SUMMER
.o's. Old Stand, Main St.
and the West
tiantic R. R.
rth-West and West.
, Superior Service and
rates, schedules, maps,
)n, call on or address
ng Passenger Agent,
lot. Bell'Phone 169.
a trip this winter
and Island has
vithin easy reach
through train ser
t thoroughfare to
'inter tourist tick
sale at all points
avana. For rates,
E, sleeping car and
W. J. CRAIG.
g't, Wilmington, N. C.
low to Say It'' sent to any address on
ON, 8. 0.
W() H UN D)RED 1)Toppers, 1Knit..
ages f rom 11 to 35, to make
f the work offered by us, all ot
(1 the prices we pay are much
er hosiery mill inl the SouIth1.
young ladies who make from
J LT, Treas. and Mgr.
J. H-. Stephen, Miss 1hula Sheely,
eiMiss Ellen Singleton, A. T. Sloanf
J. J. Schumnpert.
e\W--*Cora Adams, care of James
Wallace, N. W. Williams, Miss C.
Persons callinxg for these letters
will piensis say that they we re ad
"I h-id a sevetre bilious attack anid
f'et elm head was about to burst
ope whn Igot. hold of a free sample
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. I took a dlose of them after
supper and the next dlay felt like a new
man and have boon feeling happ y ever
since,'' says Mr. J. W. Smith ofJ Jula,
Texas. For biliousness, stomach trou
bles and constipation these Tablets
have no equal. Price 25 cents. For
sale by the Smith Drug Co.. Newberry,
-S. C., and the Prosperiey D)rug Co.,
P'rosp)eritv, S. C.
ITN T ED---Persimmon, D)og wood,
HYlickory and HIolly Logs. Freight
rpaion. caroads. .James Cock shot,
There are many people who v
Christmas gifts which will be
Our store offers many things ii
POCKET KNIVES, CLOTH]
FOUNTAIN PENS, WI-IISK
FINE WRITING PAPER, SOAIP C
HIGH CLASS BOOKS, TOTH
CUT GLASS, HAND
HOT WATER BOTILES, JEVEL
BRUSHES AND COMBS, WR ITII
These are but a few suggestion,
A visit to our store will give m
Particular Pharmacists. Cc
NEWBERRY, - SOUTH
This is no g
but is simply a
buy our SHC
We have placed in our wind
We viiI give a Key to this Ihox Free with
$I.oo or over. Two (2) Keys withli every p
over. Three (3) Keys wit h every pair of sh
Only'I lR EE Keys wil open this box.
out you Inay try your Key.
The first Key to unlock the box take!
The Second Key to unlock the box take
The third Key to unlock the box takes
No Key will be tried unless the tag is attac
to have a key. We do not know which key
advertise in this paper wien all the keys a
hour so everybody will have an equal chance
r(WDon't lose t he Tag ----The Key is worl
We have the largest selection, the best quei:
stylish shoes tha( are manfetured of 1ea i th
. KL ET
THE FAlP.' AND) SQUJAlRll
A staitemient canniot heo too st ronig (,"y
when founded on fact. Our adver- Gray Sk
tising would be wasted if it were Gry 3k
not absolutely correct. We stake Checked
our reputation on every rep)rescumta- Mixed S
tion we make, and ask our eustomi
ers to hold us to a strict account All
therefor. We are best liked where
bes;t kinowni. The longer yotu (do Co isti
business with us, the better you Chevo
will alpreciatec our low prices, and( .IA(in
the miore moneyW~ yotu will save in Armot
the aggregate. H-avinig enjoyedI an
unusually large patronage from our
manym friends1 this fall anid winter, or mot
we (desire to expreCss our a precia-grya
tion in a sublstanitial way, namely: this eut
By selling them their M id Winmter
Goods ait a Big Reoductioni. The No mat
goods mtenitionmed in this ad. are in
cluded in this sale.
Terra Cotta Pipe, Roofing Pa
Car Lots, Small
Carolina Portland Cement Co., ..
lish to muiake
of real use.
I the way of
of our line.
rner Drug Store.
n inducement to
ES from;us for
ow a box which
tvery pair of Sh. sohl at
iir of Shoes sold a1' .,.o0 or
Oes shild at $3 () or over.
A'henl Key hav Al givell
5 SIN I))OLls.
ied. No emplove allowed
opens the box. We shall
re taken and set ilday and
to try his Keys.
hless wvit.out it.
lity, the m1ost drbeand
:r -ind(I Iron, at pricc, which
%' N E.,R
I) EA LER.
y Wool Dres. Goods !
irting wvorth $1 at. 'itle.
irting wort h 75c. at,59e.
irtingj, worth 600. at IXe.
irt-ing worth 50e. at 44c.
Skirting worth 6th. at. 48c.
kirting worth (60e. at. *8e.
kirtirng worth 50e. at 'le.
Black Dross Goods,
ig oif Serges,
a's, Mohairs, anid
4ake Vtour wife or .sister
er a Chiiristmais prest ntt of
>url Fine Furs in black,
I birown. A\ II inldeIlml iln
er whJat prices aire quo11(
- Charleston. S. C