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qIh Wedd-n d ews.
I. H. AULL, DITon.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL THIE NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRHO.
ORKSIVE TOWN. 4
(Spoelt Correspente Herati and News.1
Prosperity, S. C.. Pohruary 3, 1898 -
The thermometer is ranging in the
noighborhood of zero.
The small grain has not been inured
as yet, I am told. We hope it will not.
be, and that we may have an abunda.t
barve%t of small grain this year.
We are told that Mr. John Nook,
who runs the gin and mill abo)ut foor
miles below town, will put. in a patont.
outfit to grind wheat. the oming sea
son. This is a step in the right dirve
tion, and we hope to he able to report
that our ill in town (Moseley Pro..)
and H. P. Dominick will also put. in
such an outfit. Life is progress, antd if
we want to keep up with the prioesion
we must, keep moving.
Col. L. H. Aull was in town on T'ues
day. H1e was aceompailled by Mr.
Price, of Walterboro, who spent a
short time in our town, going back to
Columbia to moot the delogation fromn
his County in tLe Legislature that, even
Well, Chipq, old mal Kay is too
busy nowadays to answer your r1gama
role, but you just wait. unt,il the t ine
cones when you'll be busy and I he
idl, and then won't I make the feathrs
fly. That's right, when you can't li,.l
anything Olso to say or wi-Ito aiout,
just jump1j1 onto mile and give me 1ts and
I'll take it all-for t,ho present, - but my
time will como. What, do you think of
the Legislat,ur0 this timo, old boy?
They haven't asked you and I for our
opinions this year, have they? and
Homebody is going to be minus a vote
or two by neglect.ivg our opitilos.
Say, what do you think of the .state
printer, Reynolds' print,ing bill, &c.?
What aiout your "yaller dog" law?
You botter drop the Doetor or Captain
or P.-ofessor a little remninder that your
little dog must bo protcttel and e.x
emptod. Don't you think it, about, time
that we had more sHteep and less dogs?
How many worthless Curs ean yoi
count within a raditus of 2 miles of you
that belong to "cuffoo" that is no good
We noticoe it is anuouincod that I 'rof.
Thornwell Haynes will leet,uro on
"Wit and m1111'or" in the PI'rosperit,y
Graded School building on l"rbIlay,
February 8th. As there It no such dLatI
in our calendar, we don't know just
when it will be, but presume on Friday
night, Pubruary 4th, or leiruary I Ith.
Watch, and don't fail to attend and
hear something good. It will repay
On Sunday fnow begain falling-the
first of the wint,or-but owing to tho
warmth in the ground, it melted ias
fast as it fell.
Miss Sallin Lane, of your city, is on
a visit to her brothoer, Mr. GA. G. Lane,
In our town.
"Cross," as ho was known in hiis boy
hood danys, is one of the niost aggressive
horso men01 in this part, of South Catroli
na. Hie has gonmo to the West again for
another car of mules. Is company,
the Prosperity Stock Co., has hanLdled
a goodly number-about, 200 t,his sea
son. A. GA. knows how to buy13 and
Laws. says he knows how to sell, and
betwoon thorm they "got thlere."
Mr. E13 . Luther has returnted fronm
a very prospoerous trip to Mont,icello.
Hoe hais a fine mule business in that, sec
"'Cap,'' the other mulo mnan, having
sold out, has turned his attention t,o
guano. The firm oif Langford & Co.,
oif which 110 was a miembher, has been
dissolved, aind ho says ho is on top) wit,h
quality and prices, and all ho asks ia to
give him a sho(w.
Governor Clilerbo has apipoiniit,d 0our
townsman, Mr. 10. B. Kiblcir, Super
visor of Registration for Newberry
County. A good appiointmntt, and we
congratulate "flub" upon his appoint.
The exercises of the Bible Class of
the P'resbyterian church 0on Sutnday
night wore well attended andi were on
joyed by all present, and all wont, away
trusting to be present at, such a p)leas
ant Bible presentation of missions
again in the near fut,ure.
Who can guess tbe nlext Governor of
South Carolina? We've got a guess,
but are not going to tell It yet. ComeR,
Chips, let's have you- guess.
,There has been considerall hog
stealing in the 1Excelsior section,
Messrs. J. HI. D)ominickc and Jno. F.
Wheeler having lost porkers recently.
Mr. J. P. S. Summer, from tihe Cha
pin community, has muoved "uip tile
country" on Mr. Jordon Green's plan
Mr. L. L. F'oagle, from "Klondiko,"
was in town Tuesday. He says lie will
soon be gee-hawing and t,urnuing the
We are glad to say that Mrs. U. 13.
Whites is considered somle better, butt
not yet out of danger. 11cr many
friends "back here" wish her a speedy
Capt. J. N. Wheat and wife left last
week for Miami, Fla. 01h1 how we do
envy him as lhe sits quietly by his (lootr
enjoying the balmy breezes of perpetu
al spring, and here we are shivering
and turning and burning and fr'eezing
I am informed by Mr. W. P. Pugh,
chairman of the committee of the cot,
ton growere' associat,ion of No. 9, that
thero will be a meet,ing of all interest
ed at Pepperit,y on Sat,urday, F"ebru
ary 12. Everybody IntoroBted in cotton
growing is asked to be there. Como
and soo what the commnitto has to
Rev. Dr. Halliman, pastor of Graco
uhuroh, has boon oloctod to prach the
baccalaureato sormon Zr'foro Moit.
Amioena Female Semlinary in May,
This is quito a comliiitent tA) tiu
Dotor. ITo has also bon olcted one
of the editors of tho Soulthern I 1nthor
an, a Sunday-wlul papxr of large ir
Tht l'rosperity Omion Mill 00. has
shut 4kownl oi t.h 4Ali Of bN-ik an will
offor no m or100 for salt for I',he presont..
We t,rnst al perplsns wh-)to msy wA',i
brick will hear this in minld
tiallo will he all h 10 ilf"om t.h\
time on. (rosslies ar aIll t he go, or
ratlhor all 1.he 'oift, thoso dtm. NI v.
S. *. llil..e revoivos .1ro1 150 to t0to ra
diay, inld .he .irV yd') Is fistl tlliin g up
wit-l1 11m. I'e pave. oi11 fl'Oml $40 to
$10t a day inl ofnsh, 01t. avervag boingp
Abtvt V50 P day At prosenti t of1r4 -
Tho following is 11t 1-oll of holnor
fol ' tt I t4 1din .l n n) ary . IS11S. Of
th l'rosperity taraded School
work is beinili don0 by Oi' ItA%h101s.,
anhi the put,i shoild Ix, p1rl of
their eltorts: l'erry Iimpsonm, I n1.v
VWllors, Gary K irk patri0k, Gtvn 1\1rk
patrik, Erini l m. la 1.ste, lOm\
Nitt's, Ant'og't SIhoulopr Aunt' Ile110
Wiso. A iigisi li 0 \'ou. tioorg't' Br\Nwii.
,1anohl Htarmon, "Mollit, liammnl, Ilit,
Iloilto 11llasnn, It'ssie NIOsOly, 1.1una
Mlost't'y, Iliegt' \\ ' Wist, .lInt liallinm,
Nlotfai Kirkpatriek. Fred toliimport,
Enstolit, Stowart, C'voil \\yolho, Annh'l
May 111dol'nhaugh, Willio l1ildenbangh,
Ilvt'attor 'apt'rs. .Ielti i a 111llina , I n
!.ester, IsllIan \\Ist, Isolilo Wyeht
'lauwl V ivelor, ('orntlla 'apors,
( eoirgo iK Irkt rin-ek, Ertiest. Siam K ol n,
C'arr-11 P'rive, '1l1ohn 1,111 WVko, Walla1vo
I Itlit. ,1on eli lstonl, AlknI, .ai at'
L.ester, M ark s Shnpi t soni, ( ;ranll IIIc
Wy0ho, .Iano Wilthorspoon, Annilt Mity
(h1olst-onl, Alen Iester, Willio ity
Wist, I-ddlh' C'ott-, I.woe'e,thr
li Itlarre, Azo lt'intis, .tEthel 'ook.
('lara I1air, Iima Kelody, lIosil
tiit'ily, Hit'til il at his, \'oling
II t'nmil Fr,,ni Ung . ne.
Ir. (alvi Vllaker and 11aly, anst
Mr. Piict'lns ('amp11bll, atended lilt
msarriagi' (if \Itr. lward I'am11p1e1l and
Iiss iallh' 1. Ilaker, on lIst. 'Thu irstlly.
't) wish tltse itonlg leoplqr I hiatipy
Voyag ots h life.
NJ Ii 1,111il It k r .spen laist, week
withi he uncle, ar. WV. T. IBler, fmld
"NJ lis Eulalle Subler euine out to her
Ioje in lthis conilimity o Friday last
and staid un1t,il Sabbath uveling.
Niis Lcy Sti.xu and Miss Corrle
icCarley, two charinig young ladies
of tb Molollolon section, spent several
daiys of last week at %Ir. Warren Siu
ber's. Como igain, girls, we are al
Wvays glad to have you in our mis idst, and
Home hearts are mad It. yor dlepirture.
NItrs. WV. L". I irowns spt'tt a day ait NIr.
Waiter AIowine's recent.ly.
MIisIs Miary Long, who lias beens vIsit
lng her uncle, M r. F"ran k row n, has
return red t,o IherS homse ins Fairileld
MI Iiss Iet,t,it IK I blur spet severatl (days
of last. wook wit,hi hier br'other, MI r. .111m
MIr. Glenn I Uikard and wvife have bec'
on a v isit, to MI r. J1. A. it,ikard and( fam..
We are glad to say that Mrs. Kibler,
nec MIIis Luc A5 hnElore, who hais beens
quite sIck, is able to be up sagsain.
Ani unexpected and quIet masrriage
Look plaict at( Kigs's creek recesntly.
Nir. lIlljih Whitmniro was married to
MIIss Neelie Ilaker, lIev'. J1. i. [Hoosd of
leint,Ing. These parties, riumior says',
hsad loved In yousth and5( their uition
helps to pr'ove thet adaIge, " Many wasters
cannoitt queonchs love." Masy they fInd
the pat,hwaLy strowns with roiS'dstsand
havIng gIven "'Ilandi for hasnd and hear't
f'or heart," go on life's journey rejoic
I"srmners ar'e busy clearIng lsaid,
buildin1 rg pastusre fences, sellI ig and
exchsanging cot.t.on so(d, gett.ing readuy
for spring oats, etc. It. may well be
said of binm, sis of the blacksmilth, "is
br'ow Is wet wvitlh hsonost. Awcat, ho
earnss ''ste'er ho cain." May the Alli
anice, 'otton G rowers' Conv ientions,
the iens laiw ropeatled, and the now d Is
piensatry bihl, each lunid im ans heIlig
hsand. But, let, im as r'emomb er that Isis
siuresit way to indepenadence lies in a
well tIlled Sorns crib, smsoko house sindo
wheat, bin, plenty of potato hIlls, a fine
lot of poultry sandi a good orchard.
A Fire In Omanguburg.
ISpeocial to News and Courier.]
Orsangobu rg, F"ebruaruy 2.-A destruc
tive fire is now asginsg ins the opera
house. It originat,ed in the property
room at '7 o'clock by an expslosion of a
lamp; in the roomi of C2orai Van Tsassoll,
who is laying hero. The ontiro build
lng is gutted. ThIe KnIghts of Pythias
and Knights of I lonsor hall was dam
siged. The FCdisto armory wsis also
damaged. All sare in the same build
lng. T1heo dlamago Is unknown. The
property was Inseured. Tiho ent,ir'o
).prorty of the Corai Van Tsassolh Co.
is destroyed. The walls of the buIld
insg will 1)0 savedl.
WVhat ple'asure is there in life withs a headl
soehe, constti aitlin and bIi.utsnss? 'J ons
n111 *esex perlonace I hems who couild beomo ier
feot'y healthy by unsg D -Wi t's ILittle Eairly
isers, tihe faoe . litte l'plus. W. k. P'elham.
4-4 ilecaching, good qisahity, 5o., a
Wynn's BJargaina t,toro. t&f2t
DEN TILLMAN T4L.CK
lie Makea Bome Nl'eted"' R.matk* At,em
'18-tho Majority Rv0le'w b It
Apply Only Whon it WorU to
Slt Thelt PardolM
I nte rectk.
WaikhIngton, 1NAh. 2. -ere hio
if 4'Altflrnlia, 4n~.Inn1 his litxvoh in'
OPIsitin to tho 11awaiism ftnto)c#t.j6n
1reat.y in I.he' 4)xecut-liY4 seson of the
8enat4 today,X in i.ho malin hi1s speec'h
wa) 4 4nt1inittifn of th rguient on
'011141-iIII111i l l1in41S whi 11h was hogtn
yest (.141day, bitl ht ao 0HAMok tip (IlloeRtIon1
of pl-fte.cill pliilr InI todly'" tpiNh
and mndertook tO 010w th1 fO' r4n1114
of m0111111rwe tId dofenlov t,l nRqull"
I'on ,f ( .h Islatnld wobil ho 11wipe.
84e41RtOr' 'Pillman4 of 8Outhi ('Neo%lina
"4'lI.Ionsl1 lvy hh e' oan ted a4 breO y.y 'Mt.Irf r
%Aotllator iT11111i (if i 8 ',011Ou'oli
lil4t i nt 14,') 4 414b t 1.14 '''111i som 14-4
g-H oll . U4 1 ~O041 A---Tl411 ft bre-ev. ,1%. "t-h- 1(.f
f few miti". The %Zimlth Oroilina
som i to 14f44r)d to 1h 1NN'0 t. vlmav.
im Ievointfe ividt to whnlt ho feimlod
th1 lf)o.r of tho rop ilih pAnvt tfo <%14
11 h111Shl Ag v in O. 1 Itr4%(\)1 (If
1h4 whi o N4.11 white 1i klanlds w14i
I-f 1v mi'4N 41d oll) finl mit of 1hirt,y of
e1114 inlhObit.ilnl- and th 11onecion tv.
forvll . h r v
li110S in) 1h14 9 111h aR h14'11 I VV "W N
wvr h,"he "in) 4olth ar
lina at m - I AN .o lo,tAh-liNh skw it
11MA'S (twnan. Th10 %')0 1h.Nn)
}\AII.\ I)lf%h I\i -hns hiN, 01\ 6t.
1lil41110 4\%i ~ i0 ~ 4l 18 1l'' l$
%)I)inions Mval 11 sa14%oi rN4 t thi
ma)Nrit y to ruhlo I llohld hk-o to kn 11,NvA
whellh;r thlt INuienpat As
01h 1%)Iglkd its kin im l mn tIs4 sub%list
lt- vight tit thlt, whit, mcitnl to rihle or
It it hiaA, and will Ilxtnd I% to Ohe
Southelrn Stattes, I will Vowe for thw
"Thlo dIstiniguishiod stwimrit from
Sith C'avolina ovidotitly kniowis tAll
1bouI I. Iliti ffort. to ro-k"Attaibiish th14
wlito man'tA liar1ty In thlt, Smuth afte
thlt, war anli Ilduh imilitlss givo ut
11m1 inlteozting information to that
polit," Said Sollator 1 ,lialr.
"1 dit) know mh
Tilhuan, "andlit k4now thatm tho was
Stloe 0'h1'ai ti and som1 Isof it ho shot
un In tilhst, titW4 asothereproba -
was in H1awai0,
"Tesolnalor (INIm Sot Olinla
wmuld, I hiardly ihinik.- interrupitedl
whaot he sny hla her0, t4%I
"I am willing to say it any where,
Shid Mrt,. Tillmanl. I wanit thie'-6n1 sa
poliy all along thving eI t'. Throw opin
t- hte doorsA anditl I will say whatih havo
said beorve Ow nviilre world."
stilkol. Whito (11d not contCludo, and
hIt will vontillo hi11 s1meh tolorrow.;
lOACDH OF CONO iLi .
1ookm tin If i Hl Winl bo Prep.ored Abol.
[The State, 3.]
Thel( StteW board of control did not
t ransuct very much butiMvesH yesterday.
The morning sf!. sion was4 ocelupied in a
onllference withl tho legilative sub
committee In reference to an atend- I
ment, to the dispensary iw and the
hearin 441f1 the caof Pfefer aIV liqu,onr
t4daler o t Cincinnt,(I sltino
In 481 regr to tefrt, mthuer Sntor
b'od sphitmc ti e dicingith ae
adiaiiyof hav .w 4 ingo th sub-commt-te
44te 01 lg repor,'an1mendmnt an wihathe
countly hIIOrd'sii hes thoighfed ah
heavy 10a41pear1 oped tobeunnios n th
opinitn t,hat 0thato, part of1 11' the system
ever, wals reahed.dr. illersa
appotu inte- to consuidlwith thel falltorne
gener4'a l. ndte bIil.n wlab preparedist
Many ci'Cten eed in efon. I pn
on ratulat,1 CIns 1)t.o tIon hi i1Bn
tI1cplete rest.ratio of is healt,h0 ande
activit,. Hit sp.c Igorno Inh Tllerin
sudto t,hItpuelods pHey bpok of bi-e
m~ialima going onwo le hutg,one
1old~ an 8one1 (ilvr, w1405 heeupon,4 a1
cording. t1'oro the exatdcripio no of40 ha
toVoahton reporterk i, otet bentat
Abrowghtis awo, eet don witvary
of Woe( leg,h puing of t,h amuatd
leg on1 t,ho sho~11( uleanI the hopping
abonrt n one rleg. Heu "dre an imagi
toaty kifarossa' his1 t,igh,1 life a114
heavly 4141lad, and811( hto ed a h
era.te n one( 80g (with1 his ar thrw
rovinglbyW. aE. PelIIni atmms
andllowdl comuit,11n onmuc merat.
tit-df'y kiilil thea 'hiho4 'Wido tl6 c
All. ft. VT lolded d1owi AtIh eftp
i'n114 M( dly.eront t,oun111t,14Ks.
1Itt01' ) ytyil 11111 'U'ak Vlso killed.
TieldorMON tsouity goverwiliont hill
In t.he Houtv the 0ntito dky wh
lpentl. on th lppropint.fti hill11.
The 14ollnn raipod the aprioprintion
1r41 tlle Ntnto bNaNrId of htithi to,41,M)O.
Mt1n of 1MertM it Wa ut to 1"VO).
hIy his method of Agring. T1h' 1oullA
e'oted 410wi a MOtion to mnko I. Vl,
All the other State institutions were
l4ft fta4 the oommittel 1,0Nortd.
T'he boloue 1,1skil* to Rplu41rnoprteto
wmityforil. 11 h1unhw1'oA ittltlyN given to
te SURtat Phl'. Pol, k lboppully l1
0.h" light. The whaya mR111ilam11 im.
Itmittoe Ml tedi t11. tuppl hill.
Tho Set'Rf levy; ks r1\4d i flve( milll"
1'h1. Is eonldiflolledi upNl thle popplin
A ist.ih 1 until the 11th1 and it it lis
leo-' I OC )e\ will hate to b\ it
N'asM i N p O 1101)Pt TI t will he
rqv4Nl to mlake 'ho 109 fivte and a hitlf
u'es , A o ON f
oh Ii -~ %t inoyl Ms.i~''a
*11%1 A A NNIh. MIA
imst NmiarkAlo birth svod the
WOed near l'ollitNt, Ala, Sqin oe% w
go Mr. J. 1\ Petis giave b rilh to
three %hildreon w gilS and AII
A tew ds sinwe she gA e si iih to noue
bwys, al1 now hinll. Tw of tIeM
w0ihMd r otiunds eah AInd the otlher
Mr. Wi 1,. Smit h, of reiriok(4
1t-wn, Me., waA ritl( with erolie
AiArrho for over thirty yoAr.. Ile
had tweome fully zatisflet 1hat it was
inly a question of a short time uitil elit
wonld have to give til. 11e had it-oie
re.aht- 1A some of I ho best physilatitt
n Enorpv lnd Ameriea but got i
permneiint relief. One 1ay he ploked
ip a iewsinper and oitan6ed to read
mi aenrisemeti of Clhantherlkaii'vi
'ollo, Cholera and DIarrhmt Rniody.
1o got a bottle of it, the firRt do"(e
ielped him and its contuined use cured
lim. For side by W. E. Polihatn.
Don't buy your Fertilizers until you
Be Hvans & Wilbur. t&f t.
IDS WILL B1 RECEIVED BY
theCity Council and considered
text ruesday night for hauling pgravel
rom the gravel bed, a mile and aAhalf
romn the city, to any part of the city.
P'or further information call on the
Jity C.ierk. The right to reject any
mod all bid1' reserved.
UAy order of Council.
C. A. BOWMAN,
C. & T.T. .N.
WEDNESDAY NIGH T FEB. 9th.
"Burnt Cork Merriment."
FAMOUS NEW ORLEANS
Endorsed, Praised, and Applauded
THE CREAM OF REFINEMENT
Old-time M iaistrolsy in all its Splendor.
Clever Vocalists, Danoers, Musicians
and Comned ians.
"A Regular Whirlwind of Fun"
Hank Goodman and H. C. Yorkey
Strictly upi-to-dato in every particular.
Hear GOrton's Great Gold Band.
Do not miss the noon day Street Pa
Seats on sale now at Scholtz's Je welry
2Prices 25, 50 &zd '75 Ct.
M. Fersi's Soqs Co.,
T. Q. BOOZER, Agt.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Will sell you Whis
k: y, Ry and Corn,
at 50 per cent. re
duction. Pure wIli>
key at reduiced
prices. Now is your
time to buy. Only
the purest stock to
be sold at such re.
VI. Ferst's Sons Co.,
rHos. Q. BOOZER,
cira n,1.o .\n
'The on y pills to iw t t.i w 11,
Sil US. INN
TiM iYA th s dh
it 10hnil nIwva\-T 1,4 t\ Nem
at 4Nholosal, and do nt
intvnd to A d vanikx) anyV
price~s while these last, s.o
of buy'ing all you no'od be'
fore the areV 1 gone.,
New Spring Goods!
1 Nill ope this Sook a
now Sprinlg line of Por
Laces anzd E.mbroideries
at ve's low prices, among
the lot 1 %ase
Sta dar wi Shirt
o g rm), i n at .oll
fworth 5 cents0
I intend to make it a live
ly season, and whill try to
merit an increasedI share
of your p)atIonage by giv
ing you the choicest pro
ductions of the manufac
turors at close on to whole
sale prices. Come and see
Agent for Standard Patterns
A. C. JONES.
Newbey, S. C., Jan. 18, 1898.
By other Housos will ever un
dersell or reach the level of Our
and Undorsell thom all
Are offered goods at oat or at
half pric, co'meo the Be Hive
of bargmns and you can buy the
same goods 'or a mere song.
Our prices are very little
our Competitors needl magnify
ing glasses to see them! XM e
knock thomn blind
Here Are a Few
Black E~yes for competitors:
Yours at only
8 3-4c. per yard.
Yours at only
4-48heting5o per yard.
Yours at only
Best Standard Prints Uc e ad
Yours at only
Good Parched Coffee c er3ad
Yours at only
Good Green Coffee 10c per p)ound
Yours at only
Soap--Good Washing Soniporpud
Yours at only
3c, per pound.
All other Goods at correspondingly low
Ta worth twice as munch at the
BIeob,ive of Bargains.
TeFair and Square Dealer.
AAMITY LODtI NO. C? A. . M
of Amity Lodge, No.87, A. F. M.
will b)0 held( next Monday evenjing at
T.00 o'clock, In Masonic Hall. VIs[ti
Iret bren cordially welcomed. Zi
The M. M. Degree will be conferred
A. C. JONES, W. M.
J. HI. M. KINARD, Secretary.
-BIG STOCK OF GOODS
TO 111 8o4) AT
REDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES
Tho AAkn la gotting late and"'we still have a
big stock of
%1410, SHOES, HAT8 and FURNISHING G008
'W WWI W% W1414 1t1tAtDLEWS OF PROFIT I
WO WnO to u tho Gooda into money, and if
SW vt ini the prloos will do it, we will
Ayccomplish our object I
Wo h4vo a vory ntiobby line of
N Mee Ntad ~8Barfs, Bilk Handkerchlefs, Etc.,
a n m t~~ ( rjisdotma n0presontB I
Oomo in and we can show you
kotttwr than we can tell you.
Wi\ mNi tAcly business I
THE NEWBERRY CLOTHING COMPANY,
A Great Scheme!
I\' hnot mwako vour dollars out of rubber? That's a
oticm. ''lhi they'll stretch, It's a pretty
Sumt ittor to niake a Five Dollar Bill stretch over a
Tln Dolhir purchase, and we don't promise to'dothat
t'or you; but, until rubl)er dollars are made, we'll
com nearer to it. than any store you know of.
We'll Stretch a Dollar
So that it will eovor an all wool knee pants
suit worth fifty cents more. We'll stretoh ,four dol.
lars aind seventy-five cents of your common silver
m1oney so it. will cover a splendid all wool suit to
fit, young men up to 19 3 ears old, worth $7--the r Jit
not the young man. We'll stretch $6.75 over a fancy
Cassimere Suit that ought to cost $8, and would
it' this storo wasn't here. Want to stretch your
money '? Bring it here, and you'll hink its rubber.
Wf-Ay. , NEWBERRY, &.'J."
YOU ARE GREETED
Those who prize the value of a dollar can
not aftord to not take advantage of the im
mense bargains in
now offered the public at Wynn's Bargain
Store. Call early and often and you will be
made happy, for happiness follows everyone
who buy their goods from
WURq's Borgini store.
C. E. SUMMER7 . N UMR~G U~~
1he Leaders of D
~rocrIo, Had ae, Harness, Dry Goods
...Shoos and Clothing
Our load WagonsI jusM a rooeiv a .CrI~ Jrra n nge
,o arrivo in a fe dayA. IA ' lo l - rtj o dj Urr~OIng a'm and B ue
>ricos. WVe enn!1t*ve you 'nmny. 0 e u d n e
Don't forget our branda8 or Flu:Oefpiaoit,II.9j~* '
WVaterloo, OuftHikory. The1 hea8t iIo u iskia for te, BIJuo Bird
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