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E. 1t. AULL, EDITOR.
TIE STATE CONSAIJLES.
It tccordance with a previous an
nouncement, Gov. K2lIerbo has is
sted his proclamation removing the
State constabulary. Their commissions
aill ex pired yesterday. Tihe constables
have done 'nore than- any -other one
cause to bring the dispensary 'aw into
bad favor. Ot c<fi-sO there have been
-4ome vonstables who have done their
duItty without naking thomsolves oflca
sive, but they have been the exception.
It app aved'to be the policy of Gov.
'Pillinattn to appoint mnen who would be
dietatorial and overbearing. And he
clatimled that, without the constables
I he law would be at failure. We believe
if lie constable feature had been re
moved I>ig ago and the enforcement
of the law-and the suppression of G,le
"li ind tigers" had been left to the
lowis, pulic sentiment would have
been much stronger in favor of the law
and it would today be upheld and advo
cated hy man11a1Y people who have coat
stantly and persistoently fought it.
This thing of giving irrespolsible
11nen1 clothed with authority carte
bliattche to invade private residetnces
and sea t-li for liquors is cont rary to the
American' idea of freedom and was
bound to fieA, stong and persistent
(Opposition by every man who has a
spark of mnanhood in himt,. Then these
emnstables were arm1ed and given to
ttdI'stantId that th1ey cout 11d shoot if
niecessary antId if brought to trial tiad
convieted %iVould he promptly pardoned
as was donte in onle ot' two catses. The
wV'ontder is that the people stood it as
lag as they did and as pelaevably as
It is we!I they have been taken off
and the responsil)ility of enforcing the
law left to the towns. It not only
saves the State $50,000 a year, but, we
h!lievo the law will be mllore effectually
''lero will lie a few detectives re
tained, and if Gov. Millerbe Is careful
inI their selection and secures the
right m Ilela. they will help greatly Itt
Carrying tie Ilaw out. We are glad
Gov. Jl"leerhe has taketn tite step he has
and we believe ftture developments
will prove the wisdom of his act,.
Governor Elerhe hta at, last done
justice .to Charleston in restoring to
tite city local self government. In re
moving the State constables he also
remlloved the melut ropol itan police from
the city of Charleston. The city should
tnever have beet, putt, utder such a ays
totm. The dispentsttry law Vas not en
forced atnll ha'tter under this system
t,hant it, was withot, it. The lawl has
beenl violatLed ever since it was entacted
antd iost likely will cont,inue to be.
Tle met.ropolitan police wats put oa to
rwa' olitical frienlds atd Iot with
the hopo of hetter etafortemet, of the
hIw. \'( do t((. expovt it to be et
fortcbd-aty tect ter now, but, Cl thleston
wiil have con t roi of its owvn aol icc aund
lits restotredu toa it 11hae tightt. of local self
governettaa. G ov . l lethe shoul d htave
dotne alahis lonatgao, btut it is bett,et late
We aate gladl tat see t.h e prtejuadice
atgaitnst Chltarlestott beinag remtoved. It
is I].he jtWintcipa cm ity of thte State tand
I i test of thIte St ate should taake a
lideI ini its grtowlth andl developmtatt
andi a am' t Italt thte pit iletal htantdicap htas
Ibietena emoved front thte ithi i ty we ex
poec~t. Iteor to watke at ' and moatve fotrward
.ad keep. patee with ithe protgressivye
sirit~ of theat auge.
W.til' NOt' F,NV"OHCIC 'TIltS law?
A\ gootd deal hats been said about get
Itng soatne waty to fore thte original
pauakatge htouses itt thais state to) pay li
ci'anse or tax. 'The fauct is they nei t,het
pay a litnse no(r a tatx, an d still they
condu1tct a buasintess.
Th'le Getneral Statuates, aut secttin 268
aned 2(i0, p)rov ide:
(iM 6. (217.) It, shali be tite duty
iof eacha couty a ndtlitoir to ascertaina the
tattnes or aull ptersonas cotnenetinctg anyt3
hausiess ittn his (ountty tfter the firast
day~ of Jlauaury atnnally whtose cait.al
ort pr opierty etmpjloyedl in such business
was nott listed for tauxation in his counaty
for t.he then (urrenCtt liscal yara.
"'SaCC. 269). (218. ) If atay person, comn
Patny or' corpotrationt shltl conun enco
anty ibusinaess int anty coutyata~ of ti s State
aftetr the livtst diay of J1anouary itn any
.yeatr, thea caiital ot pr'opeary emttployedI
ttt'In whcht sithall ntot hav bcieetn previouts
Iay listed for tatxationt Int said coutytt~ ,
and shall I tat, withIit thiirty days there
tafter', taake suach report to te autditor
of saidl coiuntty ais is requtitred In section
26i7, lie ot thtey shatli forfeit andt pay
the sutt of onte ithudreal dollaars, whaih
.;inall be collect.ed, by civil acetiotn, int
t,he taunte of thac cotunty suaper'visor, andi
I aid itato the cotunt.y treasurty for tlhe
exclutsive benefit of thte couanty'. And
prtocess int suach case tmay issue ouat of
t.he C'ourt of C ontnona Pleat of the
couty-3 int which suach busitness wats
cotmmenced, dlitectedl to the proper
(allicetr, iand lbe ser'ved itn any' countty of
i f thils law wvere enforced these
htoutses v~m'ald eithera hauve to returna
thteir stocks for tatxautiotn ot pay thte
fine providedl. WVhy ntc enforce it?
Theiace aure otnly two cos ntiles int thec
State, we believe, thtat htave thecir hise
tories written and prtitnted atnd those atre
Newherry andu IEdgefield. BIothl these
htistoies were* pinItted ini our oflico aut
Newberry. Mr. A. S. Sahley', Jr., of
Ortangebuai'g, hans w ri tten thte hisetory of
Ithat couanty anid we have closed thte
contrtaut, with htimt for pinttinag it.
Work will be commiaenced on It ver'y
soon anad it a fewv monthbs wve hope to
haave it, out. Mr. Salley has been very
p)ainstatkintg in Its p)reparat.iont and It Is
a veri valutable add it-lon to the local
histor y of the Stten.
The City Council has dono all tiat Is
required by tho South Eastern Tariff
Assoolatlon' to put the town in the see
ond-class, and we understand that a new
insuragee rate has been adjusted by the
Association which very materially re
duces Insurance. The purchiso of the
now hose of the approved nianufacture
has cost, the town something like $800,
but if by so doing we get the rate of
Insurance reduced it helps not only the
man who insures but also the man who
carices his own insurance, for it re
duces his risk.
All we lhck of being put in the fiat
class is fire alarms and a paid depart.
ment. These are not necessary in a
town the size of Newberry.
Just how much will be saved in the
matter of insurance in the town we do
not know exactly, but a conservative
estimate will place it at more than tihe
interest on the bonds. That is taking
off an indirect tax and getting the
enclit of lights and water without, in
creasing but slightly the (irect tax.
The tax for ordinary town purposes
has not been increased, and yet, in
whatever direction you throw your eye
from the plublic square you see im
proved streets and sidewalks that make
you fee proud or your town. We have
been in Nowberry for twenty years and
we never in that time saw the town in
better condition or so many permanent
in provemeints going on without in
creasing the burdens of the taxpayers.
TIlE STATE COLLE E AT ORCANOEUIUO
Business called us to Orangeburg on
Tuesday. We were there just about a
year ago. There have been changes
and great improvements within the
year. New buildings have gono ip
and the State is getting a first class
and well equipped plant there for the
technical and higher education of tihe
President Miller seems to be the
right man for the place and to be
making a success of the managomntt.
Newberry is represented in the do
partments by two of her colored citi
zens. They stood well at home, be
haved themselves and had tihe respect
of our citizens and their merit. has been
G. C. Williams is superintendent of
the farm and has been in charge for a
year. He is an efficient man ond is
doing a good - work and giving entire
satisfaction. It was our purpose to
take a look at the farm but our time
was taken up and we did not have the
opportunity. Wo saw enough to know
that he was (I Ing his work well and as
further evidence of his elciency the
board has increased his salary.
S. M. Boston, another Newberry man,
has recently been clected as s1porin
tendent of the black-fmith shops. He
worked for a long time with Elijap
Philips and thouglih he has jnst taken
charge we were glad to see him doing
well. It is a pleasure to The [Ierald and
News to record the success of our col
ored people when by their conduct and
merit they deserve success.
The State is doing a good part for
tihe eiucation of the colored people.
T1hey are taught, trades and things
that will be of pract,ical use to them.
T1he G reenville Newvs furnishes the
information that the passenger' service
of the C., N. & L.. will bo improved
very soon and through trains will run
from Charleston to G rconvillo anmd
that the time wvill bie shortened. \Vo
hope this is true. We have been in
formed that t,he C., N. & L. would
today put on another local freight and
change slightly the schedule of the
t.hrough frigh t making it reach N ow
berry .slightlty later in the morning and
earlier ini the evening and making an
eat.ing house at Litt.le Mountain where
suppier and break fast would be served
t.o passengers on that train. These
changes would be an improvement.
We would like for the Greenville
News to tell us what has become of the
doublo dlaily trains we were to have on
the C. &. G. between Columbia and
GIreonvile. We understand they are
to lie put oni. WVhy t,he delay? That
change would give us first class pas
senger serv ice to andl from Newherry.
It is rumored that Newborry is to
furnish candidates for Governor, Lieu
tenant-Governor, Attorney General,
Comptroller General, Superint,endent
(of Education and t wo for Railroad Comn.
missioner, as well as one for Congress
from this d istrlect,. By common consent
Dr. Timmermuan will not be opposed
for State Tireasur'er, and the ollico of
Adjutant General does not pay enough
to t rouble anyone. Now it wvould be a
good idea for the two candidates for
Railroad Commissioner to hold a coun
cil*of war and one of them run for Sec
retary of State. In this way we could
fill the e .tire State ticket without giv
ing any trouble or annoyance to the
other counties in the State. We sug
gest that Madami Rumor, who always
knows so mui~ch, fix up things so that
we wvill have no conflict between our
own home peole.
The printing of The Cotton Plant
was awarded to Col. Jas. A. Hoyt, of
The Greenville Mountaineer. Col.
Hoyt published the paper once before
and tunder his management it had a
WVo learn there is a gentleman in
tolwn from Athens, Ga., who de'sires to
organize and build a knitting mill in
Newberry. We were thinking about
that only the other dlay andl wondering
if such an enterprise would not pay.
We would be glad to have some infer
mationa on the subject, anid if the is
any thing in such an enterprise, and we
believe there is, we. would be glad to
lend our aid to it. The mill could be
built without a big lot of money, and
small indust.rios will do much to build
up the ton.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TUR NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO
(8pectil Cot repontience H1erald a, it No wo I
Property S. C., Septembiler 30.
Some of our notett this wetik were inI
tended for Tut.stlay'o Itiu., but wo
couldn't make conneetion and so misbi.d
the Tuesday train. lere wo are this
time, though, aNd hope our' items will
be duly approdiattd by all.
"'I he snel,nicholy days Wiave pasedt ant
Prev eity stillos on u. ance uort.-Loxinig
to I)Ihp It
S4. sir Yoit jitit ma tt cii t- nitiger,
loydt i-xteiis hi1 telelophintc) ncnte'ion
al,ut ,l.h mit1os 6 x0thetisit. ttai then Pthe ,
cetity wti mi m on Nowbooriy tIm,th the
In g dirative 'phone.-Observer "
We had hoped that wo would have
be0n smiling on Newberry long ero
tihis, but, alas, wo cani only grin aI
hear it, for it looks liko no 'plionti to
Mr8. May Hunrtel- V1etCd elattiveS in
Newberry last week.
Editor Aull and his better half wveri
on a visit to Mr. .1. 11. iluniter's the
past weok. Come again.
Capt. U. B. Whites has been on the
sick list for the past week, but started
on his rounds Monday, having s'u1l
ciently recovered to try the road
Rev. M. J. Eptinlg, of SavannIIal,
Ga., has been spending somie part, of
his vacation in and around Prosperity.
While in town ho wts tho guest of
Mrs. 0. M. Able. We were glad to
meet him again. Oi his return trip
1101110 lie stopped over at couple days
with his brother, Dr. R. 3. E'pting, of
. Rev. (. S. Boardon, of St. Luke's,
had his larder raided one night last
week, losing half a barrel of flour' and
several other things in the eatin- line.
Quite a bold thief. We guess they
thought he being a preacher would not
shoot. One of these days they will
reckon without their ht st.
Our school is progressing nlicely.
Now pupils are being added each week.
They have adopted, as fari as it was
possibl to do so, the very latest ideas
of graded school training by having an
assembly or study room for the niore
advanced classes and going from thero
to the recitation rooms.
Mr. J. L. Oxner, of Saluda, was in
town last Saturday.
Miss Eimya Gordon has returnod
from a visit to friends and relatives at
Mr. 0. P. Harris is making a new
house out of his present residence and
will have a iipretty home when com
Mir. J. Taylor has begun work on his
house and will push it to Completion at,
once. He is doing a very nice business
in his shop also.
Mrs. Major's pretty cottago is hav
ing the paint brush applied. Mr. An
drow Kinard has the contrat , and
when Uncle Andrew is done with it, it
will be well done.
Prof. Haynes is on the sick list and
Miss Willio Kirkpatrick is attending
to his duties in the -chool room durizig
his illness. Ho hopes to be out again
Miss Emma Higgins Is now with
Moseley Bros. and has charge of their
millinery department for the steason.
We had the pleasure of shaiking
the hand of lon. D. Frank Eled, of
Lexington County, one day last week.
H1 wis in Prosperity Oil businese.
Judge Hair and Capt. R. H1. Russell
have returned from Glein Springs,
much improved. .Judge says lie will
he ready to "cry" the sales on the 4th,
and Capt. Russell hilts been assigned to
duty oi the C., N. & L. I. IR. as coii
ductor. It li only a inattei of time i
til we expect to see him on the unlim
itd ves)tl and t.hen the limiiited daily
Mr. H1. ('. leimming, of Groeenwood,
has located ine 0our town, wit,h olmec in
Iirigo's stor'e, to buy13 cettonl. [Ic rp-)
roents the wvell known firm of Sanidec's,
Orr & Co., of Charlotte, N. C.
Mr'. D). Little, of Pacolet Mills, was
in town last l"riday in the interest of
his mills. He is repiresented here by
J. L. anid A. G. Wise.
Cotton seed atre mchcl mioir soughlt
after' now thacn tihe lint. anud aro brin g
ing 15c. per busahel.
T1ho well force hais boeti added to anid
they arie now runncling a day and night
fore and( iiatking very good progress
towards get,ting water.
Mr. iCitor, we nioticed one0 day latt
week ini the Gr'eeniville Nows thiat the
law of 1893 prohibited the offer'ing for
sale of aney qualil, p)heasanit., deer, &tc.,
foir the termai of 5 yeatrs, sectionl 1. he
this the law now? And what does it
meain? is it thiat a mian can onlly shoot
enoughl of the abioveo for' Is own use
antd cannot sell any? C~an you enilighit
Mr. Kecinoth Unaker, whIo is locatetd
at Greeniwood for the season, spent
from Satucrday until ucp-trint Monday
Rev. A. G. Voigt,, D. D)., will assist
Dri. Hlallmian with the comnecionl 5er
vleos in Gr'atco churIch next Suniday
moirnlig, at whiichl time tihe third quar'
terly conmmunioni will be admcincistered.
The tird Sunlday of October, 17th,
will be Childiron's D)ay for' Graico
chur'ch. A commcittoo has beenl ap
pointed to atrranige pr.ogrammco anti
The fourth qurter'ly meeting of the
Luthor Leagueo will be held at St.
Luke's oni Satur'day befor'e tile fifth
Suntday in Octobeir. A p)rogramme is
beinlg atrrcanged anid will be announced
in next Tuesday's paper'. It could not
be gotten ready for tis week's Issue.
Thler'e is a good time in store for' all
who attend this mieeting.
Piresident, Ciromer, of Newhorry Col
loge, delivered the monthly ad(dress be
fore the Luther Leagua of Grace
church on Sunday evoening. It, ,v:as one
of his best efforts and wats rep)lete3 with
gootd advice. He showed is audience
that the thing to do was to resist evil
and know when to say no and then
stick to it. lisa friends are aliwtys
glad to see him, and they have a waram
welcome for hicm. A number of boys
from her'e will be with him next year.
Sevecral of oure citizens have Klondi
eit's, and t,he only ouroe will he a good
killing frost and a fireeze, which would
be a slight foretaste of the freezing
weather in the Kiondike.
ISeoral young meni will enter New
horry Collego from this community,
Messrs. W.. N Moseley and Eirnest Be
denbaugh. Mr. J1. D. Luthor' ill re
tuara. Thiero ar'e others also who wvill
M~icsi Connie Whcites, who was doe
tained by the sickness of her' father,
left for her' home in Atlanta last Sat
Mi'. WV. P. B. Hlarmon has sold lia
r'iver p lace to Me'. J. Burr Stockman
and will move to towvn. We ar'e glad
to welcome Mr'. Harmnon.
Mr. Maxey HIarmon wvill enter Wof
ford College at this session.
The fall commnunion at St. Luke's
will be held on the 2nd Sunday ini
the pas .week. One of our firms has
bu11t t.,00 la'es already this season.
ul. L. 1'. Miller, of Enoreo, Is In
i,wn tnodiy, Thursday. He is as jovial
a < cverl. 't hero ls somo talk of his go.
inl. to Florida. South aroliit's loss
u ill he~ Lloridai's gain.
Yr. Ross, the well mn1, is hero and
wI;I estallisl a well boring plant, with
headquarters at I'osperity.
Ir-. \Vatt Kirkpatriek will leave
this wook to resunio his studies at Ers
kine College, Duo West.
Tho ladies of the Mlissionary Solot-y
of Orace church will have one of their
pleasant publio meetitigs noxt Sunday
night, to which everybody is invited.
The programme as arranged:
Voluntary by ehole.
Motion Song ly Isoline Wvyhe, Lona
Lester, Ilallan \ iso and .1onii Hill
Extract by Mrs. Ii. S. lloozew.
Recitation by Miss Olive Feagle.
P14)OR by Miss Gertrude Simpson.
The Light of the World by Misses
X.riv Kohn, Lillie May Russell, Lilli
Belle Hallm1atn. Aniu Iello Wise, Jes
sLIO Mosoley, EVa Ibester and Georgie
Extact by Mrs. 1P. E. Schumnipert.
If Troubled Wilithesantitent hiad Title .
Annapolis, Md., Apr. 16, 1894.-I
have used Chatuborlain's 'ain Balu
for rheumatism and found It to be il
that Is claimed for it.. I believe It, to be
the best preparation for rheumatism
and deep seated muscular pains oi the
miarket and cheerfully recommend it to
the public. Jno. G. Brooks, dealer in
,oots. shoes, etc., No. 18 Main St.
ALHO HEAD TIIIS.
Mechanicsville, St. Mary County,
Md.-I sold a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm to a man who had been suf
fering with rheumatism for several
years. It made him a well man. A. J.
MCG ill. For sale at 50 cents por bottle
by V. I'. Pelhai, druggist,.
Silver Stree 1(ot4.
Cotton ahnost harvested.
Oat sowing will soon be the order of
Mr. Ed. Sem will movo into the
Smyrna settlement next year on the
Decatur Boozer place.
Mr. McSwain will build a telephono
line from Old Town by way of Silver
Street. M r. John R. Spearman will
-have a phone, then we cati talk with
the Old ToN q folks.
Chills are iumorous in this neighbor
hood, the result of small watermelons.
Miss Emma iiser will teach the
Trinity school again, to the delight of
the pupils and patrons. Miss Emma is
certainly a star in the school work.
There was a small fire in Mr. Fred
Long's Dead Fall gin house yesterday,
27th, but very little damage done.
Mr. R. C. Counts, of Prosperity, is
with Mr. E. S. Worts.
W. G. P. gave Tihe Herald and News
a splendid account of the association.
Mr. Claronce Pitts, of Newberry, has
beon out in the county for- a few days.
September 28. 1807.
Waited a teacher for tho Burton
school, diistrict No. 46, 7 or 8 months
school. Salary $25 (00 per month. Send(
aplliicat Ions to WV. G. PEREiSON,
Longshmoro, S. (.
Sp)ot cash, no credit and genuine bat -
gains in all lInes of D)ry Gzoods, Shoes
and Clothing is the ordler of the day tt
Felynn's (ash St re, next doorv to Pol
ham's Dru~tg Store. fat2t.
Theo Carolina Man ufactur..
ing Company is prepared to
gin your cotton at 20cts, per'
hundred. We invite comn
parlison of stuniple anld seed.
H ighest market price pid for
seed. G ive us a trial. t&ftf
"'The Confederate Soldier in t,he
Civil War," just published, contains
500) pages 12 x 16 inches, and over 1,100
large I att,le Scenes, Portraits, Maps,
etc. The greatest and largest WVar
lHook ever published, and the only one
that does justice to the Confederate
soldier at the cause lhe fought for.
Complete ini one( vouo Agents
wanted everywhere to sell this book on
our niew~ andh easy plant. Many of the
lady and1( gentleman agents who are at
work nre miaking from $100 to $200 per
month. Veterans, Sons and Daught,ers
of Veterans, and others interested are
requested to send for a beautiful Illus
trat,ed descriptive circular (free) and
termis to agents. Addrceen, Courier
Journal Job Printing Co., Louisville,
DR. B. A. DANIELS.
Diseases of the Eye, Egr, Throat and
NEWBERRY, 8. C.
Ollice at r'esidenco, next door to Crot
wiell H-otel. t.tf
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
TH E UN DER'sIGNED) HI ERE BY
give notice that the partnership
horetofore existing between thorm at
Potnaria, S. C., under the frmti name of
D). Hipp & Co., is this day dissolved by
All parties indebted to the said firm
will make payment to D). Hlipp at Po
maria, and aill persons hav'ing claims
against the firm wvill present them,
stating when due, to Mr. Hlipp.
Mr. iHatton, in retiring fromn t,he firm,
begs to extend his grateful acknowl
edgoment to the pubice for the liberal
patronage hereto fore extended to the
firm and begs that the same wvill here
after be extended to Mr. Hlipp.
W. 'T. TIATTON.
Sept. 2'., lS897. f3t
AMITY LODG NO.8'7, A. F. M.
A REGUL4ARO)M MU NICATlION
Lof Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M.
will be held next ,iotday evening at
i 0) .i'clnck, In Masotuie H all. VIsiting
b)ret hren cordIally welcomted.
I. O. H OOF, WV. M.
.1 11 M. C I I ), Mam.ntary.
AMEL'cTING 01F TflFE COLOREDU
-1.Teacherel Assoc-tation or No%N1..-1IO'lpm o m
bert-v couitv will be hold in tho 1Ngu
School Dult ling on Saturday, Octobor
16th, at 11 o'clock a. in. Tho Assocla
11011 will ho, 1l-Ka1'tIliz7ed andvv
teahotl iti tho <outity Is expeeted t
attmni this Inlet.inig.
I. K. MOON, President.
N~ OT'C*' IS -111110Y GIViN
that the looks of Registration for
the Town of Newberry. S. C., ar1 now
opell, alldC thoi 1111dl-13igned(, a4 SlIpor.
V1,40t. of ftegistrutioll fol. 2said( "cowl),
will keep -aid books open every day
(Sullida.v8 oxcep)ted) fromt ) it. Il. illtil 3
. Il. i it il 111 I < l uili g tile Ist day o
C A. HOWMAN,
Sillwlvisol.~ of ReIstruloll.
Soptember~ 1, 1897.
BUNlrs of Newhorry al Vicinity
(onsult their Itiler 'tt by witIg to the
STANDARD MANUPACTURING CO.,
of AUGUSTA GEOR(TA,
FOR, PRICES ON
SASH, .DOORS, BLINDS.
Or anythhiing inl Yel low Pino.
Satisfaction Gu a11ranlteed.
Call and See
The1 fall season snwfs
approaching. We annfounlCe
to the peoplIe of' this town and
the surr'ounding community~
that our store is full of' New;
Goods for the fall season.
Our stock has been selected]
with more care this seasoni
than ever bef ore, and one ad-.
vantage we have we bought
ear'ly, before the tariff put the
price upj. WVe'll certainly3
give ouri customers the benefit
W~e carriy a line of
Men's and Boys
unsurpassed by anyone in this
Our salesmen will take
p)leasure in showing you
through at any time.
WIVE US A (CALL.
IF YOU WANT
Call 11n tis befoue g A
Wo now have pretti't
carload of Buggies and Sur
ries that we have ever lId. Mi
WVo expect. a carload of,
next week. There is no1
Walgon Oil O11 Inar.et better,
and 0111 prices arev as low as 1,
can be ma\eD- for the sane :v
grade of work.
Ed. R. HIPP.
. I am showing as pre
rics as can be found an:
we exhibiting attractivE
terns, but we are selling
than similar things are
want a share of your bus
We have a fev
last season that
out at half price.
S.3 . W0
54-in. Ladies' Cloth, 50 and .
36-in. Dress Flannels, 25c. 3
Silk and Wool Mixtures, 50 and 75e. 1
Sontache Braid in all colors. C
all description-Plain Cloth Capes,
and Misses' Hats, Sailors, Alpines at
Weare running off' a line of 25
WHAT 5c CAN BUY.
-l-4 Bleach Cloth (no star-ch , 5,'.
4- Sea Island (hevy) .
Pr:etty Pat,terns in Dat-k Calico,.
WHAT 4c CAN BUY.
4-4 Sea Island.
10-4 Blankets, 50c.
12-4 Woolen Blanket,s, $2.75.
12-4 Woolen Blanket-s, $3.50.
Full line of SHOES on hand al
C. E. SUMMER. -J. H. SUM
The L.eaders of
Low Pnices AND
Car load( Walgons just receive.(
to arrive in a fcw days. Don't buy uint
prices. WVe can save you mnoney.
D)on't forget our brands of Floin
WVaterloo, Old Hickory. The best P"h
FO THE TO
ird tinto howoe howl no md;"
hol Uey rOach.0. Iclottier's store
ith p1ico loS Ol tbati thoi "pile,
frown 16-oha 7god into t% emito.
peoplo comno hIto find plank do Wil
i timo priowi but are goatil pleas
on thoy boar tho clink ot retut",
No vondor our
ideavor to compete w.
re, however, compete, Wi
)Ilo but excel themiall- F by
,ving money to every . one
iat trades with us.
IEEARB' A l''AW O01'1
OUR I DTICKLRS.t.
)00 boxes blucing, sift-o o), per box, 16.
)00 boxes blacking, per box, A(.
100 lbs. Arim H. Soda (keg) pwr lb. 2je.
0 water bulcets (wood) each 7c.
100 suspen)ders, per pair, 9C.
Note. Our windows Illustrate the
unicilso erib tickling bargains that -
vait all who buy their goods from
The Fair and Square Dealer.
tty line of Dress -
nMhere. Not only are
, and desirable Pat
PRICES- - -
sold elsewhere; we
v patterns from
we are closing
NEWBERRY, S. C.
)-in. Dress Flannels, 30 and 50c.
(5-in. Navy Blue Serge, 25c.
ancy Silks, 25c. 50c, 'T5c, $1.00.
imp and Dress Sets. Capes of
PLushi Capes. LAio of Ladios'
d( Dress Hats.
IUndervosts at 15e for thne nat
a tidl Dress G.oods,
pr~ices to suit one and alil, at
MER. G. W. SUMMER.
larness, Dry Goods,
Car load Carriages and Bnggies
il you see our goods and get our.
:Obelisk, Favorite, lue fBird,
or sold for thne nioney in the