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Letters remaiiiig in the postoffice
at Newberry for the week eiding
A. Carrie Adams.
B. Jane Becker, Lizzie Boyd, Tig
Boing, J. B. Burton.
C. Maude Creman, Author Cleland,
Mack Connor, Emma Fleenar.
Ja. Graham, Johnio Glen, W. P. H.
Gillam, Emma Glymph.
H. James Harp, J. W. Hardt, Hat
tie Harris, Georgia Hunter.
L. B. Samples.
T. Fannie Tod(l, Hennie Turner.
W. Henry Wilsonl, Oscar Wilson.
Persons calling for these will please
say that they were advertised.
C. .1. Pureell, '. M.
Origin of Printer's Devil.
Wihy is the prinlter's erranId boy
CalledI the "priliter's devil'' A
writer at the elnd of the seveiteenth
eentury exipaineid it tihs: "These
boyS ill a prilltilli. holnse oinonl
black adi'l (1b111) theimlselves: whience
the w '-kmilienl .1) jocosely call t1he1m
devils; and1 s'-nlimle.s spirits. and
somleti es i s. " It i-4 related. how
ever. that Aldo Nanuz11'io. tle -reat
Venetianl printer of the fifteenth Ceen
utry, had a black slave boy, who was
popularly supposed to have come
from below. Accordingly he publish
ed notice: "1. Aldo Manzio. printer
to the Doe. have this day made puh
lie exposure of' the printer's devil.
Which we use are without c
We believe in PURITY.
We constantly preach PU
We always practice PURl
PURITY counts, and cour
Ask your doctor.
Arethe ones who sit down a
They out this and that together
don't bite at all "Bargain Ad" F
"We give such
They know that they save nickle
article they buy from us. No o
pared or financially able to giv-,
money than we are. It actually
a double-seated carriage and a c
all the goods that a farmer boug
We have thousands of bargains
only mention here a very few.
500 pairs Pants not a single pt
~.$1.50, our price 92c. pair.
300 pairs Knee Pants, every pa
250 Men's Suits, not a Suit in L
our price $4.98.
100 Boys' Suits, not a suit in t
our price 89c.
DRESS GOODS.-Here's whel
back. Don't buy a single yard o
Worsteds, Woolens Outings. etc
Comic, if you don't buy it wvill postyo al
I,0 0 yardsa Outing going at 4e yard.
SHO1BS! SHOES h-We have the shoes, 5
money, you want the Shoes-Going ati
Come before you buy We have little1
the time to dispose of goods for less than
PECIA L-10o yds. 40 in. heavy White Ho
SECURITY LOAN ANI
Supplies the best Fa<
For Saving Money at a
For Building by lustalin
For Buying Land:
For Borrowing Money<
Get one of Our
It will be the means-of your Sav
a Fund that will buy L:
SECURITY LOAN AN
Ccr oyco & AdMms $t, Newl
All who think he is not flesh and
blood may colle an11d pinlchI hini.''
NOTICE TO OREDITORS.
All creditors of Henry Gallman, de
ceased, will present their claims duly
attested to the undersigned, or to
Hunit, Munt & Hunter as Attorneys,
on or before the 27th day of Decem
Executor of Last Will and Testa
iment of Henry Gallman, deceased.
Newberry, S. C., November 23, 1906.
STATE OF SUOTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By John C. Wilson, Esquire, Probate
WIEIEAS Sims 0. Brown liath
niade suit to ine, to grant him Letters
of Administration of tihe Estate of
and effects of T. J. Brown.
THESE ARE THEtREFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the
kindred and Creditors of the said T.
J. Irown deceased, that they be and
appear before em, in the Cout-t of
Probate, to be held at Newberry on
November 19th next after publication
ihereof. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not be t
GIVEN under my Hand, this 3rd
lay of November. Anno Domini, 1906.
J. C. Wilson.
J. P. N. C.
xception the purest grade.
TY when preparing medi
its for much, in medicines.
JG STORE. C
nd consider things carefully.
and draw conclus'ons. They
'ins at Ic. paper, Towels 5c.
.s, dimes and dollars on every
ther merchant is better pre
you "gr,-ater values" for your
required a two-horse wagon,
nc-horsc buggy to carry off',
ht from us last ieek for I,0
in every department. We can
Lir in the lot worth less than
ir worth 50c, our price 23c. pr.
Se lot worth less than $7.50,
he lot worth less than $2.50,
-e we rip competition up the
f your Brilliantines, Henriettas,
.until you have seen our line.
1(d save you many dollars.
ou've .got the money, we want the
ime to write advertisements, but all
all the rest.
T he Fair and Square Dealer.
mespun at only 59c.
I IN VESTMENT CO,
L.RY, s.. c.,
Profitable Rate of Interest:
n Real Estate.
id Be Convinced of its Value
ing Money and accumulating
md or Build a House.
0 IN VESTMENT CO,
~errv S. C.
). IS 1GLAND APRAID
OF E. . SMI1kR' PL$
London, ov. 27.-In the liouse of
commons today, replyllig to a quos
tionl as to what steps the qovernmout
intended to take in order to check
mate the "trust scheme under ,the
y name of the Southern Cotton com.
d pany," the president of tle board of
y trade,'Mr. Lloyd-George, said he had
seen reports that a scheme was being
n organized in the United States to re
- gulate the price of cotton by means
. of storage and gradual sale. The
Ae developments, of course, would be
o carefully watched, but the board of
trade did not understand that the
.Lancashire cotton trade at preseit
o was greatlyalarmed.
~ Speak every day to some one vlom
you know to be your superior.
SFollowing The Flag.
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
e the Phillipines health was the most im
portant consideration. Willis T. Mor-,
gan, retired Commisaionary Sergeant
U. S. A., of Rural Route 1, Concord
I N. H., says: "I was two years in Cuba
r and two years in the Philippines, and
being subject to colds, I took Dr.
King's New Discovery for Cohsump
tion, which kept me in perfect health.
x And now, in New Hampshire, we find
it the best medicine in the world for
coughs colds, bronchial troubles and
and all lung diseases. Guranteed at
a W. E. Pelham, & Son's druggist.
- Price b0c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Keep sweet. Vinegar in a jug is a
I god thing, but il people it is a
- 1lisa .fh.
Deadly Serpent Bites.
arKas cmoini in India as are stomach
- and liver (isorders with us. For the lat
ter, however, there is a sure reniedy:
Electric Bitters: the great restorative
medicine, of which S. Brown, of Benn
ettsville, S. C., says: "They restored
my wife to perfect health, after years
of suffering with dyspepsia and a chron
ically topid liver " Electric Bitters
cure chills and fever malaria, bilious
r ness, lame back, kianey troubles and
bladder disorders. Sold on guarantee
by W. E, Pelham & Son, druggist,
Speak every day, if possible, to
some one whom you know to be your
Death From Lockjaw.
never follows an injury dressed with
Bucklen's ArLica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood
o pcisoning Chas. Oswald, merchant,
- of Rensselaersville, N. Y.,'writes: "It
d cured Seth Burch, of this place of the
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
c Cures Cuts, Wounds, Burns and Sores.
25c at WNI. E. Pelham & Son's drug
'To thinle own self be true; and
it unist llow. as the night. the day,
- thou canst lnot then he false 1(o anyl
An Alarming Situation.
a frequently results from neglect of
eclogged bowels and torpid liver, until
constipation becomes chronic. This
condition is unknown to those who use
-Dr. King's New Life Pills; the best and
a gentlest regulators of Stomach and
Bowels. Guaranteed by W. E. Pelhamn &
s Son's druggIst. Price 25e.
Ke.ep your' discouragements to
yourselfI, hidinug them from the
.. old with a cheerful exterior for
e your own sake and for those around
Cthat will last a life time is what you
I- want. Our Os gans have a pure tone
- and lovely cases We can supply
you with an Organ that will please mn
every particular for only $65 and $70
delivered. Write us for our special
d terms of payment, and for illustrations
hi of the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a PianQ we have beau
tiful and good new Uprights from $185
3-up on easy terms.
kMalone's Music House,
e Ctia!UMBlA, 8. C.
Buggy For Sale
n ilrst-cla's lenther qularzer-top buggy guar
it anteed; set of aIngte huggy harness, $6.uo
h GeorgIa Vecteto ManufacturIng co.,
aW. MItchell t. Atlanta. Gal
I&R. WATSON IS EN0OU*Add
Dommissioner of Immigration B
lieves the Trats-Atlantic in6 te.
tween this City and'European
Ports is aFixture.
Coltimbia, November 27.-Commii
;ioner Watson is much encourage
>ver the prospect for the permanenc
>f the steamship line between Chi
eston and Bremen. His time has bee
-ery much occupied with the troubb
ome details of pdacing the imm
,rants from the Wittekind, and h
ais had veiy little opportunity t
,ive attention to the commercial en
>f the boat line proposition, but Chai
eston's ability to furnish the carg
ins been demionstrated. and for th
lext trip or two there will be no dil
ieultv in assuring the North Gernia
,loyd plenty of business. t is advit
ible.h owever, that the whole Sout
>ecome interested in the line t
"harleston, and for this reason M1
vatson is very muclh pleased that h
ins been able to secure the co-operv
ion of the Southern States' Associa
ion of Commissioners. which met il
racksonville recently. At a orine
aeet ing resolutions favoring a Tran,
M antie line to Sout her ports ha
eien adopted, and at this meetin
lie plan was again endorsed by th
>assage of the following:
whereas, at the last session of thi
ody resolutions were adopted as fol
Whereas, this Association, compos
d of' men charged with looking t<
11 thin-'s affeeting the arieultura
iusti'y ot the Southen States, re
ze.s tlhIat this. Ohw South' chief in
utry. has nt reache<lie sta-e
bo devalo nieil tha1t il shli l, ant
uI f414111hi>Ps .ite -1 , l lh- I 1 e
lealn: ,1 1 I, ' le abillt;lli l i o , a-ri
11ltire inl th St ut is the inii-odilte
ion ot desirable men of the agricul
Iral Class; and
Whereas. the Southerln1 States offe
lie best oppolhrtiities in this countr;
oM levelopienilt on 1grieituiltural li ne
I ly reasonl 40 cliimatic and othe
atil advantaes shotild he thI
Iief a..r-iclltural section of the Uni
ed StMtes, but has not become so be
ause of a lack of effort heretofore t
iake these opportunities known, an
Whereas, there is now an appr<
ible deficiency of farm labor in th
Whereas, we ean see no just reaso
VhyI our people sliluld remIain idl
Und ll(ow all of ll,oir exports and in,
morts, agricultiural and otlierwise, t
) bandlled throulglhl1 ports far renlimm
'Id. instead ()f, throtui the splendi
)orts- in our iown cointry; therefoi
Iesolved, That this Associatiol d<
ei.atiin to t le SoutI, ant its hI
ief thati( tle b st koil of iniul.!miratio
an only be secured- l Ihrorhi eIIrI
di acion1(1 (l n te part1 of. the severt
't ates as St at es.
Reso lvedl furitt'er, I' That we thler<t
ore eiindor se theu~ suggiest ill that th1
wiosecule thiiis work thirough thI
~t ate bureauls oif immiiigrat ion or d
iim iment s of thle (lovernmen t char1 m
d1 with the initroducetion of goo
rhite peole to fill the v'acant place
nI our farms andt ocupyui) the valual
ands1 no0w aiwait ing devlomenC
broumghout the Sout herni St at es.
Resolved fur therw, That we recon
nenid that all agricultural, commnei
ial and inldustrial interests in thl
soumth act in conlcert and bring t
eacr every influence possible lookini
.0 the opening of our seaportst
[ran-Atlantie steamship service,
inei anid thle same time re-estab)lisl
ng (our coimmlferce, flidinlg agricultui
md1( aillother industries,5 and affor(
rig us t hie best mean s (if sec.uring d<
Resolved further, Thlat the Legii
aturie of each Southern State be, ani
iire hereby, requested to enaIet sue
a1ws as will require the teachinlgsi
'le public schools of at least the eh
nientary principles of agriculture.
And whereas, as a result of wvor
lecomp)lishIed in pursuance -of ti1
ibove resolutions tihe opportunity
low tendered the producers of ti1
south to seeure Trans-Atlantic so1
rice to the material up-buildinigc
mr sever~al States and to develop ou
uxport and import trade to foreig
3ountries direct, with at consequer
;nving to thle farmers of the Sout
>f many thousands of dollars, be
Resolved, That we reaffirm the A:
toeiation 's position as expressed
rear ago; and
Resolved, That tis~ Association un
Lertake in 6very way possible to al
n' the effort of maintain Trans-A:
antic service between Southern port
nd Europe. -*J. HT.
LAURENS SThAM& LAU1 DRY
~ST I1 T35T 5 ~IZ AG~NYA
we are constan
things. Don't t
season is advar
your wants. C,
We have a full
Dry Goods and
Where you find Shiel
it is a safe place to -
they are sold by reli
everywhere. Be sur
Kiser's King ;
for men, and you wi
money's worth. m
styles and all the
Leathers, Patent Cc
Gun Metal, Box Cal:
t. C. riser Com
Two Daily Pullman \
The Best Rates and is
Via Richrnond and
Norfolk and stea
Louis, Chicago, N
Points South and Soul
and Jacksonville ar
PossrrTVELy THE SH
SSPor detailed informati<
man reservations, etc., ap:
boar-d Air Line Railway, or
Passenger Agent, ColumI,
C. F. STEWART,
ou' to know
tly getting in new
hink because th .
iced. we can't fill
ome arid see uss
line of Millinery,
RITY, S. C,
d Brand Shoes
E to ask for
ade in 87
1 - EAST -- WEST.
'estibuled Limited Trains
and NEW YORK.
ING CAR SERVICE,
cute Lo all Eastern Cities
Washington, or via
his, Louisville, St.
ew Orleans, an& All
d all points in Florida
ORTESTr INE BETWEEN
:m, rates, schedules, Pull
pay to any agent I The Sea-'
'Jos. W. Stewart, Traveling
Pass. Ag.owu~a SC