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The Great Payne Talks of Wonder
ful Works of Andes Rer
The citizens of Newberry are turn
ing out in large .umbers every even
ing to see the good free shows given
by the company and iw weicome Mr.
Payne on his return t'o our city
again. His visit last year will be
recalled with much pleasure by
many of our people as he came to us
just after a very successful stay at
Columbia and the papers of that city
were still talking about the wonder
ful voun, man and the n,w10'V re
markable cures made by Andes Re
medies. many of them being of such
an astonishing nature as to be term
ed almost modern miracles, and were
talked of all over the state and many
went to Columbia to see Mr. Payne
and purchase these remedies. - This
time the Great Andes Payne comes
to us from Charleston where the
News and Cotfrier and Evening Post
state through their columns that
50000 bottles of Andes Remedies
were sold in that city in less than a
month being the largest demand ever
created for a medecine in the state.
Andes Payne is a -speakcl of rare
ability, very pleasing of address. of
perfect enunciation and possessing a
voice of great volume Avhich proba
blv enables him to be distinctly
heard by the greatest number of peo
ple of any speaker on a public plat
form of the day and is one reason
for the thousands that gather night
iy in every large city he has visited,
to listen to his lectures on good
He was seen at Pelham's Drug
store today and in reply to the ques
tion, "Is your prescription for eat
taih?" said: "Andes Great Pre
scription is the grandest. discovery
of the age for that very prevalent,
and fatal disease, catarrh. I say fa=
tal, but not necessarily so, if tak
en in time it is the easiest thing in
the world to cure; but one is so apt
to procrastivate, to put it off. you
know, by saying, '0 I have only tak
en a slight cold; I. will be all right
in a few days
"You notice the clearing of the
throat, continually hawking and ex
pectorating mucons that drips con
stantly: but how about when a'sl'eep?
Tis .dripping continues just the
same and passes down through the
oesophagus to the stomach causing
eatarrh of the stomach or bowels; or
passing through the bronical tubes
reaching the lungs causing consump
tion. I shudder to think of it ! That
reat- wvhite plague of which you
newspaper men tell us 60,000 people
died 'ast year in this country alone.
"Yes. &ndes' Great Prescription
ures eatarr'h, and I am very proud
-of the message I carry to every citizd
en of Newherry; it is a God 'send to
Many unsolicitCdetestimomials" are
being sent to 'the Tayne, Medecine
Company ,at Lexington. Ky. Among
them is that' of Mr. W. G. 'Smith, of
Columbia. who says, "Fort six years
I had catarrh which affected my
kidneys and bladder. I was constant
lv troubled wtith hawking and spit
ting of mucous matter, especially in
the morning. I had paims in the
front of my head, roaring'in my ears
and hearing had become very bad.
I was advised to try Andes' Great
b.rescription. I bought six bottle's and
it has given me more good results
than 'everything I had tried combin
'ed and' I now feel that my general
health is in a better condition than
it has .been for years and together
with Andes Oil it has cleaned the
mmrance linings of my ears and
I now can hear as well as I ever
Samuel L. Johnston, of Charles
ton states that b h tek had been
stiff for tv -.- ..,, owing to rheu
matism. He complained of pains in
the small cf his back. shooting pains
in limbs. w1 'n sitting he could hard
ly get up 'ithout the assistance of
a cane or pulling to something, and
he had great trouble with his urinary
organs. He says ''Andes Great Pre
scription and Oil have effected a
permanent cure in my case and I
can not say 'enough for these great
Mr. W. A. Cain, depot agent at
Silver. S: C., says, "I have suffer
d with catarrh of the head and
tomach for a number of years. I
ad dripping mucous from t'he head,
oating of the stomach after meals,
d it s'eemed that nothing I ate
reed with me. My head and nose
avs seemed stopped up. I was
ays trying to clear up my throat,
'ook coid easily and my stomach
and 'of thr'ee botiles of the
atPrscipin and I would not
Just 12 B
Thes goods vou need and want right
is ten thousa d colia"s heav r '.han it sh
o cut the price. and any pt i. oier t ar
>ublic. The big sale starts Vdnesday i
Blanket Sale Goes Merrily On!
25 pairs 10-4 North Carolina all w, ol Blankets left, they are $5.0
lankets; this week we will clean out the lot at only $3.49 pair
50 pair good heavy half wool Blankets worth $3 50 to go at $i 9S pair.
oo pr. good heavy Cotton Blankets worth $2 co to go at $1 39 pair.
ioo pr. good heavy Cotton Blankets worth $1.50 to go at 98c.
If You Want Bargains Visit Second Floor.
5o doz. Men's Fleeced Shirts and drawers, the 5oc. kind, cut to 35c. each.
So doz. Ladies Ribbed Vests and Drawers the 35C kind, cut to 19c each.
Bear in mind that values like these you will neve: find except at
Only Two Weeks Before Xmas
and everybody on the lookout for something to give relatives or friends
for Christmas. What a nice selection could be made from my Glove or
Handkerchief department for your best girl, or from my Men's Furnish
ing department for your best fellow, be it for mother, father, sister,
brother, sweetheart, or old family servant wh4 should never be over
looked on Christmas day.
ALL SHOES iNCLUDED IN TH CUT
if we've got yor ,izes in th i lots singled
possible before January I st. Come to N
take any amount of money for the
good this medicine has done me."m
The Great Andes Payne will be at
e. 13, where these remedies can beh1i
>urchased and informa.tion given -Ihaesl hO
onerning them. J aesl oi
have given the ni
LF, OF PBRSONAL PROPFRTY endeavored eaCh
Ati thelel residence of B.o tH.fOdbOhS
ipIwill, as administrator', sell to CUStomers. I bell
the higehst bidder, therefor for cash,' OeSuCSl
on MondayK Decem'ber 30, 1907, themoesc sfu
following described ,oersonal proper- have Come neare
y of which the said B. H. Amick, want. I have go<
died, seized and possessed:
S mules, 1 horse, 3 wagons, corn, adrcpet
fodder and farming implements, ijot that quality Cons
ogs. cattle, household and-kitchen to be had.
J. J. Amick,O e
I ~~Adm'inistrator. 2re
_____________ Whenever you
Agents wanted at once, previous t u4b tId
epeence is not essential, territoryson a yuca
is going fast, write soon if you wis avos
to make money faster than you ever
did before. Whit today. Address J
F. Clark. Conway. Ark..
"Danel oon Ifsoon an' writea
One Nih Trl"a
in cen o hinn faous orEotUexpNsive
Pioner an Huner.Tonte received after
25,e 50 75 n $10
".S"r ' ,T . jl - i.""
iow, and we want and need the mt
ould be. and I have decided that ti
o- 1Q=a1 u'niform prices mcans j
norning. i3e on hand when the ci
The Yalues in Dress Goods Irresistible.
While my dress goods sales this season is far
ahead of any season pa=sed yet, the fact stares
us in the face that the stock is too heavy, it's
got to be reduced, no better or quicker way of
reduci'g stocks of any kind than by reducing
Every yard of c:lored dress goods worth 40c.
and 50c. cut to only 25c. yard.
Every yard of colored dress goods wo'th 65c.
.and 75c. cat to only 45c. yard.
Every yd. of colored dress goods worth $1.oo
and $1.25 cut to only 69c. yd.
5 pieces 36 in. Black Taffeta Silk worth $1.25
yd. cut to only 89c. yd.
3 pieces 26 in. Black Taffeta Silk worth $.5o
yd. cut to only 98c. yard.
Hunt the Bargain Baskets and 1
out. name your p-aca. It is my in
ewberr y's grettest store, you all k
igs 'il Iu ! O
day goods for many years. I
atter careful study. I have
year to so-select my stock as
tisfactiorn and saving to our"
eve that this year I have been I
han ever before. I believe IF
r to having just what people
)ds that will please both giver
know trnat my pricesare right;
deredl. They are the lowest
Soon and See.
start out on a shopping tour
~you buy. Ijwill not urge you
ant you to see my goods as
,thanks in advance for all
i Girls Under 12 Yrs.
; and returning the greatest number of
)efore December 21st, we will give one
r most expensive Musical Drums.
e some one to write for you.
ut and feturned by
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nveope and write name on 'outside. JI
3 FAST AS COLLECTED.
Dec. 21 st. Prizes awarded Dec. 24th.
[JiG 1o et I.
)ney that is locked up in tham. My stock
e surest and speediest wav to reduce it is
t saving of many dollars to the trading
Ly bell strikes nine o'c ock.
Another Big Cloak Sale!
You all know who did the Cloak business of the town this fall. I be
lieve I have sold more Cloaks than all the dry goods stores in Newberry
and Prosperity combined. Another shipment to go on sale for Christ
ioo fine 5o-inch Cloaks in black, -tan and castor, you can't match this
Cloak in all Newberry for less than $8.co, we say take your choice,
madame of any on the pile for $4 50.
All $xo oo Cloaks marked down to one price $6.98.
All $12.50 and $15.oo Cloaks marked down to one price $8.98.
All $iS co and $20.0o Cloaks marked down to one price $12.48.
50 Ladies' bobtail Jackets, black, tan and castor, worth $4.00, $5.00
5o Children's Jackets, reds, blues and browns, worth $i.oo and $1.25,
your choice 39c. each.
A Big Clothing Sale.
50 men's suits worth $S.ob to go at $2.98. 50 men's suits worth $7.50
to go at $4 49. 50 men's suits worth $ro.oo to go at $6.98. 50 men's
suits worth $12.50 to go at $8.98. 25 men's suits worth $15.00 to go at $9.50.
Now is the time to buy your Overcoat.
ables, scratch among the Shoe bargains
tention to move all the winter stock that is
&G. S,MO WR 00.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY.
SivrHan die Silk Umbrellas
frm$5.00 to $7 00 each.
SldGold Cuff Buttons at
$.0and $3.00 per pair.
Chansand Lockets in Gold. -
. Swatikadesigns in Scarf Pins,
Brooches, Hat Pins and
MONTHLY STYLE BOOK FE
for doing Fancy~ Embroidery
work for Christmas.