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E.11 A ULL, Emrron.
A DIRUVM TIROUUH TIE COUNTRY.
e d-kays ago we drlov'o In a buggy
the ChappOlls section- to New
tWis We had beel Over to tlt) old
.ne int E~detlWd-or we shOUld say
Gruntiwe -but t;roehow that does not
quud.right. We prefer to think and
speak of it as Edgetield. It rained all
the time we wore thert though the old
mill was runnIgtnd the sound of the
wheels and the putling of the old en
glue and the rattle of lie machinery
carried us back to other days-not so
1oig ago-biut when you evne to reckon
then It was'not just yesterday. There
have been many changes since those
days. ',We-always did like the hum of
nachitiey and it was a sad peasure to
be ther6 though the wagon loads of
corn And'wheat that even within onr
recolleetion came to the mill are, not i,
be s,ee4 there now.. Po'eop"e wani al.en
tjour 'jil - we.'pie We, not r; ae
enough corn to take to mill
lkut. it ,was Iot kdi 'p' to w rite
(f-these tling.. We wanted (o speak
oftMth.ings---just two. In the Iirst
phceO'.~V' 'l 0 .ore Con vinced than
over befolg that. it is important. for the
Pople't4bnui. ood roads, and that
i.h0 present. system of w1rking the chain
ginif,% a waste of lahol-and money. In
solil piic'x .h( 'roads hild recently
been worked and of course the rains
iade th.cm worse than they were before
but this wa? IosIly due to the system
of wo'kitg then. Tohe roads as a rule
ate' lod0eY' in the centre than on the
otutsi'do and mh n iins run the water and
fresh dirt iii the' niiddle - of the road.
The weiir and tear on tho horse and
huggy. on this one tlip was mnore than
our tax would'he to have buill a Imlacad
am road, and we ply an average ta i.
Thbn wheii yolt t;.ke itito consi(leration
te time that, could have been saved in
making . 20.tpi ;'iye there would
have bien a prQlit to us to havo paid
o11r p11 tit the lix 4 h'ave built Ia good
road. i'i %nt we- dre trying to make
is that the 'coiity -shoold issuelic honds
or' botlw monWy:hd. )ulId good ma
adam roilds fron,on.e end to the other
.ani t,hgt, to, do so . w.oult be economy.
Then we Iass'd th, cl hain gang camped
i ifat d ,ongsidvi a brim el at few
m file onilonimi andafrom the appear
anee of .th iad e W' '4tl)POSe they were
tr-.Vyirr.toKb)ul V roit'by putt.ilg pinCle
p >lek ac.oS ii bog. 3 place,. and in a
yeait tiwd -tiiey..or .wine ..ot,hers will
have to go and do the "'1ni1. work over
again, i'hereat if th6y were pit to work
and made build a road fut of rock in
schl plaqp enqi+ 41ui01 as it should he,
ho twnecgk yi-ould be ueeOd on it In
two'or thre general tons. Suppose it
took livetnim.s .as J%ng and cost five
tines ats tmlu.uh it, \ olild be ecolonly in
two go"d o it I S CoW uty anI)d
when the- p; a-Iv emi i.d t raveled
tqU it w'4l(.t . :Iong . before we
would hix00'.t . fore of thci-Il.
A not hei uti .tat pleased us on
this trip -V. the 11.aI.utlfnl grain Crops
atnd thie laLj.e ai.n~ilt p.i,aniedl thouigh
it~ shouldl he twi1ce 44, much, Ai.\l
Henry..F. ller.m a.ntIl Mrs. Nora Wert s
.hte Hohid. asline-g t*ii as we e vel' sawv
at th iaa-90' of tihe yea'Ir. 'The pity is
tha kt there is not imore of it . The prios
he <~iiIf e.dIiif -Nlin'-'-i'rup was nitever
b'etteg'~thain it. is.now-. And there is
m'loiew hea~tt iai 111 ieen t years. If
wo-hiad at N.ewberry a good roller' mill
wv.here sonme.pmenliti lonurscoul1 d lbe maide
it .sight, enecourage our1 pcople to keep)
up this godvr.We hope rnothing
Will happen to brjure the crop).
.Gen. (fleieiit A. lEvatns of Georgia
w.as a brave Confederate sold ier and
fought thirough the last war. le says
if liekIuceedl he wvillI go agatin to war
but thtt he does0 not, agree with the ad
iniistrationm as to the cautise oif this war'.
Here. is an i ntervilew with1 him i anmd as
It, expresses our views very clearily wve
qjuote h im.
I1 do not know whlether they wtil
want, me ,or not, but, I will vol'un teer
miy sear''ees to gin any capadlt)ici ty3 that
they miight. wanit, ine. I do not hielileve,
however, that, the peopille oif this coun
try' ate arlpious for' a war on thne grouinds
'that it linu been declared. Wh'at they
wan,tg.4.trawr Oin the ground t hat the
blown ul,'. if.11t by the Spanish gov
erm fent, by thiir iagents and1( in thielir
harbor w h ile' acceplting ti heir protectionii
In time of pence between the two tna
t onP. I thi.n.k that 'the adiiinInist ration
hias taken the Wrm.,r i ssie ini dleearinerg
war', tndTb6lieve that is the generalI
setteyit. jMLiiit 5:ty' I do( not see any1%
canre f.9r .,ar.un.fe I' the anse it, has
beerdi~ccartedd Int w hethier r'ight or
wrong, It I still may coutrtiy."'
-Of cotie as 'ye have hefore sauid, tho
adliflinisitiation has declared warI and1(
t,he.duty of evey Arnerican Is to statnd
by t.he j_hi. i.t, is t00l litte how to arigue
as1 to the ei.mpes of thie watr. WVe now
hiade t.hd actual LbhIng arnd it Is our
canntry ando we) luist protect its honor.
It is stggested th'at, there should be
no pdlitical-campaign this year and weo
think the suggestion a good ono. WVith
wvar.bua;iens wll be (depressed to a
large extent ando ouir peopile will be in
noaconditon to listenu to pioliticaul lhar
rahdda.- Le th cadidates anlnouine
thlr htforins''of pinicile andl pay
the oountly papers~ to print, thenm and
save the ex.pense and wearIness caused
by a cativas of the State. Even if the
war should be brought~ to a termninati n
there would be no desire to have a
State catmpaign. If individual candi
dates desire to make speechecs let thoma
do so on'their own accounts at, such
place and time as the peOopIe may de
sire to have theon
It wQuid be interesting to know the
form of pledge that was used tbrough
out the State in the campaign of L89,
after the adoption of the amendment
relating to factione. If the usual pledge
was given to abide i he result of the pri
mary and support the nominees of the
party, without any reference to the
famous amendment, how o ti the t st
be made in the catpalarn of 1898, when
the executive committee Ignored It in
the last campaign? It would be a dead
letter, and would rightfully be regarded
as a nullity. Publish the pledge as it
was signed by candidatos In 189O.-Green
It makes no difference what was donc
in 1896 except to show whether or not
the exceutive committeo did ite dut,y.
If the committee did not perfoii, its
duty in 1896 that is no reason the plain
requireients should be Ignored this
year. Then there was no factional
nomination. This year there is.
However, we hope the State conven
tion will strike out that clause of the
phige and 'eaue we do not want the
Prohibitionists to feel that any techlni
o.al adrani.age is being taken of them
or their c.ndidate but it it remains we
d nol see how any candidate who ae
eepts a nomination on this ticket can
t.ko the pledge without doing violence
to his conSience. it was put iI there
to avoid the very thing the Prohibl
t&nist a have dc ,o and the fact that the
Moontain(er continues to argue the
point. is evidence that it fools the truth
of the situation.
Wo think it was a mistake to have
mnade factional nominationt and wo d
not desire to ou onderstood as end,rs
ing it. That is the thing we have been
fighting for several years and now that
the people had about, gotten together
we regret this action of tbe Prohibi
tionists, but wo believe the best way
to deal with it is to givo them all th
rope they want.
When the Rtoform faction mado nom
inations they claimed to be acting In
side the DemoCratic )arty but they had
a soparato and distinct, organization
As we understand it that is the purpose
of the Prohibitionists. In fact, Statt
Chairman Jones has called for town
ship organizations and a full county
executivo committee and a county con
vention. The primary was intended to
do away with this and give every can
didate an opportunity to go before th<
It is stated that the President wil
very likely call for 10,000 volunteerE
from the negroes. We think he shouk
an(d that they should be permitted t<
go at. once to Cuba. They can stant
the Climate better than any others an
there Is no reason why they should no
make good soldiers In a war to bring
freedom to their neighbors over ir
1ly all moans let them he called out
and sent to Cuba.
lumIbia there was no rush of volunteers
It might, have been better to have ha(
a general call for volunteers instead o
calling from the tillitia first. Many o
the members of the militia are onl:
sechool boys and while they might anm
no doubt will make good soldiers, I
would have been) better not to have ai
army made up of boys. Then there art
those who do not belong to the militii
who might, 1)0 anxious and willing t<
volunuteeo, and they should be given the
op)portunity, and that would have givem
an army of men.
War is no picnic or dress p)aradle 01
holiday alalir, It, Is serious business
We trust good will and harmony ma:
lwrevail in the county convention a
Newberry next Monday. Thero is nm
reason why It should be otherwise ant
we do not expect it to be. WVe wani
to send good men to the State con von
tion, elect a county executive commnitte4
Jludge Diou A. Pu.rdtee to WVed Mrs Weolls.
The engagement is formally an noun
ed1 today of Mrls. Fannie Cunn i nga
Wells and d1udge D)on A. Pardee, o
the Uited Mtates Court, of appeals
.i'he annuioumnent will he of un iversa
inteorest., since both part-tles are weol
kniowni In soiuhern society. The wed
di.ng wIll occur in Atlanta in June, and
will be a social event of brilliancy
No one in the city can claim a largem
circle of friends than can M irs. WVells
which fact emphasizes more thar'
couhd mere words the st,rength and
beauty of her character, and her admi.
She is of the blonde typ)e of loveli,
ness and possessedl of that dignity o~
mnann er that Is one of the attributes ol
the fIInest type of the gentlewoman,
Judge Pardeo Is one of the most oi
nent jur.ists in thme country and a maun
universally respuetedi andl ad mired,
iIe h)as a host of friends congratulating
him on the prize ho has won, t,hough
his A tlanta friends resent the fact, that
he wvill take his charming bride to
New Orleans, where they will reside
TIhe above is fiom the Sunday At
honta Constitution. Mrs. WVells has
visited In Newberry and has many
friends here. She is a sister of Mag
istrate S. S Cnnningham of our town.
We understand the wedding Is to take
p)lace oin 14th Juno. The HIerald1 and
News extends congratulat,ions.
It was a Cough that cairried him oif
It, was a cofllin they carried hin off in.
It. is unnecssarry. We have saved
the l'ves of hundreds and will save
yours for 25 centa. Our Compound
Cough Sy rup seldom fails to give im
mediate arnd p)ermanent - relief. Use
ano bottle, and you will give up the
bacek business. Manufactured uind
for sale at Robertson & Gilder 's
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TUB NEW'S OF A LIVK ANDI PRO.
fspeclal Corresponuence Herald i-t N w- 1
Regila' rervices In the A. R P.
church Sunday morning by tle pastor.
S?veral of our citizms went to ('har
lostou on the Vet,eran excui-sioil o
Tuesday. Among those that, went,
n(otcec the following: Messrs. G. E.
Hawkins, Sanmint Hawkiins. George
Hutriion. Prof. j. I. medetibtigh, Jas.
Sumit lms, and Uncle Hill Long, the
It has been etrently reported here
that severalr f our young metn had join
cd the milit,ia by enrolling with the
Newberry company. One of them of
fored his services to the Governor, and
we Puppose that he will be. assigned to
01110 Company soonl If ho does not go
with the Newherry company.
Tie St. Lukes School (Prof. A. I-.
1P. Hedenbatgh) will havo a pienic cn
7th of MIay, at which time they are
looking to have qito aii eii joyable
We clip the following from an ex
change. What d0 you think of it? "Too
many men ill this country,'" says an ex
change, "are eager to save the honor
of the nation who ought to be savinr
their wives from breaking their back
scraping the bottom of am empty 1lour
Mr. W. B. Wise has joined tho mili
Lia and will go to tile front with t.he
Newberry company. hack says he is
the first, and only man that volunteered
from Prosperity. Maty lle retuin to us
when the War is over covered with lau
rels and renown.
Scoundidrel, lie, liar, puppy, are 8011 e
of the expressions we see in tile daily
papers used by the friends of the ex
p-lied eadets to designate those who
have uphl C,d tHi bWard in their etf-orts
to maintain lscipline in the Citadel.
This is no way to make friends f0l' the
kistitut,iol. One youing 1111111 is thil'st
ing for the blood of an ex-cadet who
has bevn guilty in his opinion of some
great.ollense when lie said the Board
of Visitors did right when) they expell
ed the unlruly eadets. Ill our humble
Opinn U)they will pull the whole strue
ture down by Ilheirattack on tile friends
of the Board. I don't. believe that tle
public feels the need of this Institution
and they are but helping dig its grave.
If this kind of tacties slits tlemili it su-its
mile, for its I Said last week I do not see
the need of the Citadel and if they
want to compass its downfall they cant1
(10 it and that right quick if they keep
on at the rate they are going now. See
if they don't.
We had a heavy frost here this iorn
ing (Thursday) and nio doubt much
damage has been done to gardans and
wheat and oats that wersi beginning to
head. i mg milt! Very uleL
vy rains this week and tile fijlds have
been wa'hCd u11p ill son places very
Prof. N. E. Aull went up to his fatlh
or's at Dysolias Saturday. IIe says
he goes to see hiIs mother, hut, as to
this I fear he would have to he lput Onl
his oath. It, is so convenienlt te put it
on ma, as lie knows she will nlot give It
away. ( 'ome, Professor', those (If uis
who hlave gonle over this r'oulte know
whlat this kind of an exc(use means11.
We've been there.
The stock holder's of the P rosp)erity'
Cotton Mill will hold their' annIlual
meeCting onl T'hm'sday, May 5'th. A full
attend(ance is dlesiredl.
It, is reported on g.odl authority that
there is small-pox In the Piney' Woods.
T1wo easesC wvere repior'ted ini that seCtioni
last Monday. The1 report, becomes
more genieraul, and1( upon0 invtitgati1n I
find that It is in the li itt(on section, and
that Mr i. Jacob Derrick's son, of that
Commuilnit,y, Is sick wit,h It. A nothier
replort Is that, a Party wenlt to chiurchi at,
Wateree with tile fever on him11 anId has
spread It genierally all over that aelt
seetion. There is nothling to pre'vent
its sp)read, as tile peOople in thle counitry
willl not. 01' fhave not vafcciniateud, and( (of
course none1 of themn ar'e immune121. If
theo advice of thle dloctors hlad bleen
heeded there wvould nlot he such ai widle
field for It now. It is not, too late.
Vaccinate, and (10 it. at on100, and14 save
yoiursel f much121 worry and1( perhaps a
brush with this loat.hsomo dliseaise.
(lE. A. COU'NT1S.
Theli subject, of this nlotiee was Ibor
near' the Lexington lIne In Newberry
County, theni district, inl tihe year 1818.
Losing both parenits whIle a chil, he
was taken to his grand(father'"s home
near11 old Pomaria, wheore ho grew up1 to
manhood, lHe was mnarried to Miss
Harriett, Cromer, daughtotr of Squ Ir2
Cromer01. A fter hIs marriahge hIe moved
to tihe place wvhereo he died1. Heb had
eleven chi ldren, all (It wvhom atre still
living; 82 er'and children, 70 of whom
are nowv living, 12 hav'ing dled1, making
a total of o:3, with 81 livinhg ohildrenC1
and grandeh Id ren. lHe wvas a good
fr'Iend of Newbetrry College, having
educated thr'ee sons there'. Hie was for'
mlanly years all oml~er In St. P'aul's
Churchei, and was aln elder2 in Mt,. Tiabori
at the timte of hist decal.h. Hie was the
5~th one of six of the best men1 anly com.
munilty miight be proud of, thle othier
five beling Maj. Jacob l'pt.ing, Col Hen1
i'y shloely, L. W. Bower's, Lev'i Monts
and Jacob) Sheoly. Theoy have all
crossed over the 'river andi rest unide'r
the shade of tile trees, excep)t "Uncle
Jake" Shooly, whlo is left. These mien
were0 a tower' of strength In the church
and commtunity where they' lived, and
wo delIght to dwell upon1 theO life and
work of such1 men as those. Mr. ('ounts,
was known far and nealr for' is gener
ous hospitality, and hIs life Is a bene
dIet.Ien to all who camne In contact wIth
hin. 'Blessed are the dead which die
in tfie Lord, from now, leceforth and
forever, anot their works do follow
then." Let tono.one ,uko i) the work
w hleh has fallen from the hands of the
13fldier who fell it his post and carry on
t ie work. The workman may dio, but
t,be work must go on.
A Ulover 1 rick.
It evitlt ily looks like it. 1-ut thevre Ito
really life trick atbout it. Any ibody ean
try it who has li-ime ick and We ak
Kid I , M a lita t 1' 1 ervouI s tI roilesI
We mean hie can muro himmelf right
tway t,y 1,okiiig Ilecirie ' tiers. This
-11(ldiecit t jiles upI the v ' -lo mystem,
ictei as a. imuloat to Itie Liver and
Kidneym. is a te,im puritl-r a,too nerve
f"-mic. it (-erA C1instipiation, flendoehe,
atinlug M1e'li, ie'elessneM anid hiel.
.1ch l ( I is pu eyvegt:t,le, a n1111d
lix tIvti , ?nl Iesllrs tie $. te- o 8i
tiaturnil %igor. Try PCA-trio Ilitterm tm.d
be conivinlicet tIh11t they zr4 a mliiacle
worker .E,-:ery Ittie guaranteed.
IOmly 5o. it It le at itibertmmn & Gil
erti's and Pelitim's Drug Store.
F( ti fir noe.egates.
'The County Democrat.ic Convent ion
will meet in the court house at, New
berry next Monday.
We give below it partial list of the
delegates elected from the several
clubs. It Is not complete, but is its full
as we could obtain up to the time of go
i ng to ipress.
No I TOWNSIll'
Old hien's--Jas McIntosh, W T Tar
rant, ) 11 Wheeler, J V Gary, S P
Booz.er. Alternates, L Al Speers. NI A
CarlIsle, J N IVartin.
Young MICn's-Jas Y Culbreath, 0 L
Schumpert, E Cabaniss, Julo XV Mar
hardt. A C Jones, Z F Wright, Jno C
Wilson. Alternates, J W Chaipiell,
J 1I McIntosh, 1\ L Spearman. Execu
tive committeeman, .1 II NIcIntosh.
Carolina-Geo Jlohnstone, Arthur
Kibler. .1 M .Johnstone, Geo S Mower,
P L ByIImI, Geo W Summer, Lambert
W Jones. Alternates, I H Hunt 11 11
iEvat, Alex Singleton, Chas S Suber,
W H- Hint, Jno M Kinard, Alan John
Factory-Cole L 13lease, Jacob Senn,
Vm1 I ledenbaugh, J II Chappell, I I)
Shockley, Jno M! Taylor, J R Thorn
ton, Harry Campsen, T MI Roebuck.
Alternates, B L1 Knight, Chris Daniel
senl, Wmll Johnson, Pet Wilson, at
Cannon, J W\ Davis. Old ollicers re
Hartford-C T Paysinger.
Gariumany-M L Long, J S Rui. Al
ternates, 1 F Cannon, G .1 Wilson. Ex
ectitive committecimn, 1 11 Leitzsey.
N o. :1.
Long Lane-- CCarlisie. Al-ernate
W F Brown.
Jatlitpa-C v iiuford, Geo C Glas
gow, Wi C Sligh.
Tr'inity-J HL iendirix, L I" b.ong.
shore. Alternatecs, WV l Longshore.
01(d Men's-- W G Petersonl, \V A
[Hlill, Hiay ne Abr'atms, Press P'it.ts.
Vauighanrville-M' J Longshore, H- M%
H ooze.r. E'xecult,ive commllitteeman, MI
UYtop)ia-J. C Dlomninick, J1 R Perdow,
J1 F Schumperi o.. 9
Wairehouse - F V Capers, C T Wyebe,c
E N Kibler, S L F'ellers, J L Wise, .1 1
Bowers, A M Counts, N H- Young, I
Stoudonmayer. Delegat,es authorized Ic
atppoint'alternatos. Executive coimmit,
teemnan, C T Wyche.
St. Luke's--A E I' I edeonbautgh, TI (I
HIawkins, \V T1 Gib-on. County execun
tiv'e commtitteemnan, A E P~ 1leden
O'Neatll- C Samu Mloore, J1im Deorrick,
J1 WV Wise, J 1B Robertson, Ileltor
Mt. P ilgim--A H MI 1ller, J Lindsey
Rlo.vers. i'xecutivo comm iitt,omnan, A
HI M iller.
Swilt-on--J A S1liyh, Ge o A Mille
Llberty--H 'T C Hunter, J 0 Moore,
G 1" Iatnter. l'x'ect, ivo comiilttoc
man, R. TI. C. Hlunter'.
Union ---T1 L 1. Epps, Ira GI l"eler's.
Alter'nates, T1 WV F'eller's, R IH Kihler.
Exective c'olumitteemnan, J IK Epps.
Jolly Street-I' I Iilosor', .ioe WV
Wocrts. Leo2(nard Liv ingston.
St.. P'aul's-J1no I" Kih'ler. Executivye
committeemnan, L I Epting.
Centrial- -J. N i"engle, WV L Motes.
e ctutive to.anittcman, WV S Soyb..
Wailton--J WV (romeor, 11 8 Grahami,
J1 J Cr ooks.
MARKET TO RENT.
TCEIS I1HRA1Y GIVI'N
N. tbat the stalls in t ho publie Mar'
ket, will be renlted to the highest hid-1
tiers on Mondany, Many 2nd, 1898, at 12
o'clock im., in front, of said Ma'lr't.
Renters will be requited to givo ,ap
By order of Council.
C. A. BOWMA N,
(Clerk of Coneil.
April 28t1, Ieno
Is caused by torpid liver. which prevents diges
tion and permits food' to feriment ani putrify in
the stomach. Tlien follow dizziness, lieadache,
fisomina, nervousnes. aid,
it not relloved, billous gver
or blood poisoning. Ifood's 1
Pills stimulate the stonneh,
rouse the liver, etondieie,o dizziness, con
stpation, etc. 2. cents. Solel I all draugists.
The only Pills to tako with too,'s Sarsaparila
r[Hl ANNUAL N ETING OF THB'
Stockholders of the Prosperily
Cotton Mill Co., will be held at Pros
perity on Thursday, thl 5th day of
May, in Moseley liros' hall at, 11 o'clock
in the morning. Biusiness of mport
anco will come before the meeting is
well as the election of a board of Di
rectors to serve for the enstling year,
ond to transtat such other business as
may com-) before the meeting. Ilease
It,tid in persou or by proxy.
A. 1. KOIN,
Secr-etary and Treasurer.
P ERSONS IAVING S11RUNKLERS
in f ront of their premises are here
by warned that, they are not allowed to
use water from sprinklere for other
1 Case Shirting Prints at 4c.
1 Case Lad ies' Vests at 5c.
1 %ase 40-in. Sea Island at 5c.
1 Case Pereal, fast colors, at 74e.
I Case A-4 Bleaching at 5c.
You will flid in our
Wool Dress Goods
Depart,ment the very latest Styles,
from 20c. to $1.25 per yard. You
1must see okuir Figured Black for
Skirts at 50C , also something new
in Acord at same price.
This line is more completo than
ever before. Ve want to show you
our O1gandies in Figure and Plain.
Look at our (6in. White Organdy
01ir Notions stock is very com
pletu in every line.
In the Millinery Department we
are showiong svme very stylish
Goods in Fancy Sailors and Hats.
Come 1nld inspec,t our stock. We
will n, et anly price.
NOW is tile TIME
When you can
get goods . .
1lOver cent. Below
10-4 Sheeting, l0c.
'10-4 Sheeting, 12ic.
10-4 Sheeting (best), 18kc
Marseilles Quilts, Price $4, at $2.50.
Marseilles.Quil,s, Price $2.25 at, $1.40.
White Quilts, large sIze, 650.
Nice line of Huck and
Damask Towels cheap.
20 pcs yard wide
lOc, 12 1-2c & 5c.
~j Every piece
in our store
TAKE A LOOK
and Lace Shoes and
Oxford Ties. They are
the peer of any foot
gear in this or any
other market! .
They fit and wear well!
One guarantee goes
with every pair I
You take no risk I
Drop in 'tis no trouble
to show these elegant
foot trimmings I
NEWBERRY - - - - - - - -AS S. C.
- BIG STOCK OF GOODS -
TO BE SOLD AT
REDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES!
The season is getting late and we still have a
big stock of
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS and FURNISHING GOODS
THAT WE WILL SELL REGARDLESS OF PROFIT!
We want to turn the Goods into money, and if
a big cut in the prices will. do it, we will
certainly accomplish. our object!
We have a very nobby line of
Suits, Shoes,? Hats,1 Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc,,
That would make elegant Christmas'presents!
Come in and we can show you
better than we can tell you.
We mean strictly business !_
THE NEWBERRY CLOTHING COMPANY.
L ss- he Latest,
(f)HE PEOPLE HAVE psto ogv oh
learned, .Orbyr aejs
that it makes but little reundfo Nw
difference, how the Yokth ceerf
merchants quote Low fsinfrti on
Prices, in their adver- ty n r o
tisements. That you rayt akt o
can always get the abutthnsht
same quality of goodsgo
"A LITTLE LESS,"buinfiecapt
at A. C. JON ES' Cash ty
Dry Goods Store. byi ag uni
The fact is, a Cash Store, has be-pacah
come a necessity in Newberry. As Wetrfoe omad hevy
merchants who charge anything,loetpisan wllgvtem o
have to add additional profit to cover
the losses certain to come in the cro- ewatoclly rspilaten
dit business, and those wvho pay cash to btefc htw ontBl
are getting tired of paying these tj~ o hdygos
losses, and they know, that this en- W rd usle nofrn e
ables me to sell them lal od neeyln,ee u
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, ceps od r fsadr ul
Notions, Underwear, Shoes, Pants, W rps ola npito
Umbrellas, Valises, Ete, for a Littlestlanquitadtomeal m
Less than they can bay at any other eiini pito rc
store. I will open this week 17
cases of Men's, Ladies', Misses and
Children's Shoes. 20 rolls of New
Matting and a large lot of M~en's O r~ u~
Nice Pants at a Little Less than you
will find them elsewhere. Whienarfulfnienw
you have anything to buy in DressspngodsWew t
Goods, Notions or Shoes, get it at t hwte oyu
my Store and see how much LESS ln ild smc o
it cost than you have been paying.yoasnyhuec.
Come and See us Often. oet e s
A.C.JO.~ Oururs tr uly,
Newery,S. .,Apil19,188. THE MOVECO