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3K. I. AUI, F.01toR.
Both houses of the general as
semubly have passed tie "biennial
Sessions bill" and the question will
in all probability be submitted to
the people this summer. We do
not believe that biennial sessions
will save any niotey, as we have
heretofore stated, but the editor of
this paper, along with the other
representatives in the lower house
from this county, voted for the pass
age of the bill which submits the
question direct to the people.
We are very glad to note that the
citizens of Prosperity have about
got together on the question of
building a new school house. Our
correspondent says that the adop
tion by the citizens' meeting of the
committee recommendation that
bonds be voted to the amount of
$3,500 for this irpose will do a
great deal towards harmonizing the
school interests of the district. We
hiople that lie is correct and that the
citizvens will .ote the1 bonds. We
WoUld very much have liked to seC
a $ ,uoo brick structure erected,
but we confildlitly preict that if a
Inloder.i1 fr:ilm structilCre is ercted,
and the citizens f Pros)erity note
the increased pride which will be
taken in their school hw all con
cernI(d(, that it will not be very long
before tihey will get together and
erect a $uo,ooo building.
Senator Tilhuan is again after
Cruim's political scalp and wants
to know if lie has been commis
sioied under his fourth al)point
ment and if so, by what authority
of law. We only wish that he
could get two scalps and that the
other would be Mr. Roosevelt's.
But we are vcry much afraid that a
president who canl make an appoint
ment between 12 o'clock noon and
12 o'clock noon of the same day
can find another dodge, equally ab
surd but equally satisfactory to a
Republican senate. which seets
to be afraid to confirin and equally
afraid not to confirm, but is willing
to let Charleston he burdened with
a negro collector.
The people in this section are
well pleased with the appoinltimlenlt
of Mr. IIecnry Williamuis as superini
tViendet of the Savannah divisioin of
the Soutlherin rail way andl that Ihis
j urisdlictin wi ~ ill extend( over thle
Cohunnhia and G'reeniville branch.
Mir. WVilliaims was a former condulhe
tor on thiis branuch, and is re
menmbered with pleasure ini New
herry', where he was v'ery popular
with the traveling public.
The Anderson chamber of comn
mierce now has a plan to establish
a college with a $25,00o p)lant and
an endowment of $75 ,ooo. Ander
son is wide awake and her citizens
pull together and that is the only
way to accomplish anything.
"Why have I flung away anmbi
tion?. Why have I rejected this
prioffe'red greatness and been deaf
to the entreaties of those who talk
only of 'getting together.' I want
to know what they are getting to
gether for, whether to defend rights
or to enter upon a course of pillage."
So exclaimed Wmn. J. Bryan in an
addr'ess in New York city this week.
Nobody else could have attempted
to give, Mr. Bryan ai reasons for re
jecting it because nobody other
than Mr. Bryan himself ever knew
that lie had rejected any proffered
T1he citizens should take some
(definlite action at their mieetinig this
afternoon and bring the matter to a
Rev. P. H. E. Derrick will fil
appointinents at the hours stated a
At St. Philips on Sunday, th<
31st inst, at i i i. im. and at Bach
mIn chaPel at 3 p. In
On Saturday before the first Sun
day in February at i\I r. S. V
Wessinger's residence near Holly'
Ferry, at 7-30 p. M.
The Delineator at Wooten's.
Clearance sale of millinery a
At Mayes' drug store- igo seed
for 1904 planting.
"Middle Busters'' at the New
berry Hardware Co. store.
Mr. 1,. B. Auill wantsan agent a
Whitmire to represent the Newber
ry Steam Laundry.
Cures Blood, Skin Trouble, Cancer, Bloo
Poison, Greatest Blood Purifier Free.
If your blood is impure, thin, diseased
hot or full of humors, if you have bloo
poison, cancer, carbuneles, eating sores
scrofula, eezema, itching, risings an
lumps, seabby, pimply skin, bone pains
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood o
skin disease, take Botanic Blood 1aIn
(B. B. 3.) recording to directions
Soon ail sores heal, aches and pain
stop, the blood is made pure and ricl
leaving tihe skinl fve from every erip
tion, and givimg the rieh glow of per
feet lealth to the skin. At. the sam
tim.. 1'. U. 1. impro es the digestion
Cures dysp)epsia, strengthens week kid
neys. Just the medicine for 01(l people
as it gives them new, vigorous blood
Druggists,$1 per large bottle, with di
rections for honie cure. Sample fre
atd prepaid hp writing Blood Balm Co.
Atlonta, (,.. Describe trouble an
special free Imledical advice also sent i
seal(ed letter. B. B. i. is especiall
advise i'or chroic, deep-seated case
ol iplure b100 atd skin ldisease, an
cures after all else falls.
1 PERSONS ARE HEREW
notified not to trespass upon th
lands of the undersigned by hunting <
any manner whatsoever.
N. C. O'CONNOR.
P otice To Creditors.
A LL PERSONS HOLDING CLAIM
.X against the estate of James I
Hlendrix, deceased, will present sam
duly attested to the undersigned, or m
Attorneys Mcssrs Hunt, Hunt & Hun
er, on or before February 18th 1904.
.JOHN W. HENDRIX.
Admr. of estate of James H. Het
January 4th 1904.
TOICE IS II E PHIY GIVEN TiIA
N the iidersigned, Composing th
Board of Jury Commissioners for New
herry Count. , State of South Carolin
will on the 29th., of Jan., inst., at nini
a. im., in the oflice of the Clerk of Comt
for saidl County, openly aind p)ublicl
draw thirty-six J1ut'ors to serve as Peti
Jury men, at the February term (
Cout of General Sessions for New bert
Comuty, beginning l'ceby 8th., 190-f, an
conerninig for one week, and also twelv
grns d .urors to0 serve for~ the year 190.
J1no. 12, Epps, CoLunty Tlreasurer.
WV. WV. (romer, County Auditor.
J1no. C. Gloggans, Clerk of Court.
Have you seen them'
They are regular
Cotton Stalk Lifters.
Call at our headquar
ters, just below the dis
pensary, and get une
Our old stand was a
good one, but our bu
siness here is better
prices sell the goods
and we have the low
est. Dr-op in and set
us in our new quarters
where we can show~
you the largest anc
best selection of hard-.
ware in the place.
Newberry Hardware Co,
F. A. SCHUMPERT,
Sec'y & Tras
"Why are you leaving?" asked
the star boarder.
"I'm afraid the landlady has de
signs on--methinks she's going to
get me to imarry her daughter or
something. At dinner last night
she gave me the tenderloin instead
of the tough end of the steak."
Mr. Wm. S. Crane, of California, Md
suffered for years from rheumatism and
lumbago. He was finally advised to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which he
t did and it effected a complete cure. For
sale by Smith Drug Co., Newberry,
Prosperity Drug Co., Prosperity.
W ANTED -Faithful person to
. travel for well established
house in a few counties, e!lling on re
tail merchants and agents. Local ter
ritory. Salary $20.00 per week with
expenses additional, all payable in cash
- each week. Money for expenses ad
vanced. Position permanent. Busi
ness successful and rushing. Standard
House, 330 Dearborn St., Chicago.
AMITY LODGE N. 87, A F. M.
A lU''ULA I<'OM atNI WATION
Sof Amity Lodgc, No. 57. A 1'. M.
-ill bo held Alolday evt ilng at
7 o'clock, in Nlinsom Hall Vi-iting
' r~ethri'nen d ialv w'elcom. it
4. l"o. -s. M1)W Vl, WV. .
.1. H. I\1. K i .N N ereau y.
Notice to reditors.
- , LL1ERSONS 1 AOLDING (LALMS
i\. . against the estate of David 1lip),
deceased, will present the same, duly
- attested, to us or our attorn'eys, Nlessrs.
Ilunt, H1unt & Hunter, oin or before
the 10th day of February, 190-1.
- Al M. 1111', Adilx.
R. 11. 1l11P1', Adir.
y STATE OF SOI'I CAIOlNA.
s COUNTY ()P N EW' WBE IY- --IN
Fi ancis L. Britt, Plaintiff,
Ezyl >hia Gauntt, Dolly Brogden, Eliza
Gunter, 1olly Gunter, Alfred
e Gauntt, Jacob Gaunitt, Mrs. Rish,
John Lindsay, Henry Lindsay, Fan
ny Lindsay, Eliza Ann Killough,
Martha Ann Johnson, Eloise Mat
thews, the heirs at law of Henry
Gauntt, and the heirs at law of
Isreal Gauntt, whose names and
places of residence are unknown to
Summons for Relief.
e [Complaint filed.]
y OU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
and required to answer the corn
plaint in this action which is filed in the
office of Clerk of Court for said county,
State aforesaid, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber at the law oflice of Lam
bert W. Jones at Newberry, South
Carolina, within twenty (lays after the
service hereof; exclusive of the day of
such service; and if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time afore
Said, the plaintiff, in this action will ap
ply to the Court for the relief demand
ed in the complailnt.
LANIlERT W. JONES,
iPlaint iff's Attorney.
[J1. F. J1. CALD)WELL ,]
Y '> the DeftendantIs, El iza Guinter, P'olly
Gunter, Mirs. Rish. also the heiris at
f law of Ilenry (launtt and heirs at'
law of' Isreal Gau ntt, whose names
(2 andl pla!es; of residlen ce are uni nown
e to the P laintif:
-'Take notice thia t lie comp)laint in
this action togefther with the summons,
of' which the foiregoinig is a cop)y, were'
filed with the Clerk ojf the Court of
Common Pleas, for Newberry County,
in the State of South Carolina, on the
fourteenth lay of' October, A 1). 1899.
LAMBERTI W. JONES,
Newvberry, S. C.
People's National Bank
PROSPERITY, S. C.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.
Burglar proof safe and insurance
fire proof vault. We do a general
banking 1:u,iness. We solicit your
business. Prompt and polite at
Interest allowved in savings de
M'. A. (CAntIisL, P'residlent.
WV. W. Waxtn Cashier.
W. P'. Pugh, WV. A. Mlo'eley,
J. P. Howers, George Joihnsi,'ne,
uing through tho
Dn sale White G
Df special value
Estto all in need
clise 50 pieces W
extra Good qua
priced. This is
Indias that we h
One big lot Pe
fine grades atl5
White soft k
White English I
Thousands of yarc
and Nainsook Embroi
thecheap showy kin'd,
desirable goods, the k i
well, and gives satis
our bisy stock of Linei
figures. It's a big st
worthy of your close i
Visit us this week, w
A FIRST CLASS
A good propositio
get the business. Wr
Application01 For Homelstcal.
pAKE NOTICE TIIATr JOIIN H
ion to h eaIlomcsteadn e > >aic
hc he now owns set apart t<>hi
n tco(acewt s aue soth
.inn 0tuiMaster N. (.
sday and contin
: week. We place
oods and Linens
and special inter
of such merchan
hite India Linens
the best val,ue in
ave ever offered.
rsian Lawn very
c to 37c the yard.
ill at reasonable
Is of fine elegant,Swiss
lery and Insertings-Not
usually shown, but fine
nd that looks well, wears
faction. Every yard of
' Damasks at reduced
ock too of good Linens,
'e will try and make it to
i to the man who can
Newberry, s. C.
A hbPROma VNDEBTEDTO
dcase will pa their aid Indebte(l
estate may be indebted will rendler an
day1 of Februiary, 1904.