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M iddling ....................................41c.
Rucklein'is arna lm I.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, ITlcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblalus, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tians, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfactioo or money refun ed.
Price 25. cents per box. Fipr sale by
Robertson & G0lder a ud W. E. Pelhani.
Tei per cent. off of each article
you purchase at A. C. Jones for the
next 30 days; means ton prr cent. 'e 8
than you can buy the same class of
goods anywhere In Nowberry. t&f tf
Men's and Ladies' Mclntosh Coats
at A. C. Jones'. t&f if
Others arc advertising cheap goods,
but, Flynn leads the procession.
To Oure a Cold in One Niglat
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for La
Gripte, Coughs and Colds; 12 doses 25
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed to
cure or money refunded. t&fm
There never has been such a scram
ble for bargains as there has been for
the past week at Flynn's.
Store Itoom to Hent.
100 feet long, plate glass front, most
.popular location in town, (hotel block
main street). Possession given 1st of
march, if not sooner. Rareopportunity
to get a first-class store room in New
berry. Apl)ly to Daniels & Co. tf tWf
BArgains In new goods, consisting of
Calicoes, Bleach ing, Lonsdide Cambric,
Cheviot.s, &c., at, 8. .1. WOOT.N.
A large stoek of Umbrellas at
A. C. Jones'. t&f if
The stir we miade in the Dry Goods
market in Ne-woery during the past
ten days shows what we can do any
Lime wheii we desire to do so. I always
sell for less because I sell for spotcash.
t&f t,f A. C. Jones.
(t,oip itaite to syn(ti.
The Southern Railway has an
nounced the following rates fo0 the oC
c:tsion of the meeting of t.h4 South
Carolina Lutheran Synod and i1c Wo.
man's Home and leoreign Misionary
CoUventior, of said Synod, it Charles
ton, S. C'., November Ist to 7th. Pare
for the round t.rip from Newberry,
*8.it; from Pros,erity, $7.85. 'ielets
on sale Oct. :lst, nd Novemb- r lst
limited to Nov. 10.
The same rates obtain over Atlantic
One N inute Congh Cure surprises
people by its quick cures and children
1may t,Lke it in large quantILties without
the least danger. It has won for itself
the hest reputation of any pr( paration
used today for colds, croup, tickling in
the throat, or obstinate coughs. W. ,.
The teachers' association of New
berry County will meet at the Graded
School building November 10th.
Subjects for discussion:
Primary Arithmetic-Mr. Win. 11.
Graded Count,y Schools--l\r. .i. I.
Primary Reading--Miss Lucy Riser.
Olleers for the ensuing year will be
elected at th is meeting.
All teachers will be expect,ed, and
no etforts will be spared to make this a
reod letter in association wvork.
Ch'm'n E~x. Corn.
DeWitt,'s Wiltch Httazel Salve has the
largest, sale of any salve In the world.
Thiis fact and its merit has led dishon
e~st peop0le toi at,tempt to counterfelt it.
Lot)k out for the man who attempts to
(deceive yo(u when you call for DeWitt's
Witch Hlazel Salve the great 1)1le cure.
W. 10. Pelham.
Ohap Rlates Over tihe souttse,n.
The Southern Hallway will operate a
special schedule during Fair wveek and
give a spec:al rate to visitors t,o the
The following Is the rate and the
schedule from Dyson to Pomariai. The
train starts from Anderson at 5.30
a. in. andi arrives In Columbia at 10.15
a. im. Returning It leaves Columbia at
7 p. mn. and reaches Newberry at 8.18
p. n., and Anderson at 11.50 p. mn. This
train makes no stop) betw~een Alston
Going dlown It leaves Dyson 7-52
a. im., fare $2; Chappells 8.02 a. m,
fare $2; Old Town 8.12 a. in., fare $1 .80;
Silver Street 8.21 a. in., fare $1.80;
Helena 8.32 a. mn., fare $1.60; No.ewbery
8.37 a. mn., fare $1.60; Prosperity 8.47
a. mi., fare $1.40: P'omaria 9.05 a. mn.,
fare $1.40. T1h i is for the round trip)
and Includes one admission to the fair.
The t.rains will be operated oii Wed
nesday and Thursday, November 10th
iii will be sold at theo rates
mmid on 15th, 1t.ap' i~
to Novembewr IYg*
l.verybody who can should go to the
More than'twexnty million free sam
pIes of De\yitt's Witch H1azel Salve
have been dist,ributed by the manufac
Lirers. What; better p)roof of their
conitidecet in it,'s merits do you want?
It. eures piles, burns, scailds, sores, in
the shortest spaQce of t,ime. W. F. P el
DO YOU tDt(B00O COFFEE?
If so, buy the "Blue Ribbon"
brand. Th'lis is an excellent brand
of Moca and Java, and will go twice
asR far as cheap coffee.
If you will only try this brand yoE
qii uit using cheoap'.and;pooricoffee
Ja it. you will 11ind both1 quality an~
economly. Sold by
&, B. JONES, Sole Agent.
VARIOUS ANA) ALL AHOUT.
- There wao a good frost on Sunday
Mr. J. W. Smith, (,f Atlanta, was in
the city yestorday.
Dr. Peter Robertson 18 tiominated for
Alderman from Ward 4.
We hope the alliance picnic at Little
Mountain on Saturday was a success.
See notice of election in town of
Helena ipublished in another columun.
Thie soldiers of the 1st regiment will
return- to Columbia this week to be
Miss Alice Canpon is clerking at
Mimnaugh's and will be pleased to
have her friends call.
J. A. Mimnaugh's cheap sales are
still on. He was too busy serving cus
tomers to write a change for his ad.
If lifteen cases are disposed of inl
the court today its was done yesterday
the sessions court can adjourn tomor
Our telephone system is now work
ing beautifully with Prosperity and in
a few days we will have connection with
President Geo. 1. Cromer was elect
ed Sunday a delegate from Luther
Chapel to the Newberry conference
which meets at Macedonia on Friday.
The attendance at court yesterday
morning was rather small for the open
ing of the criminal side, though the
number of cases on the docket was*
MisQes Janic and Agnes Connor and
PannieSmith and Mrs. 13. lerndon Con
nor are in Newberry, guests of Mr.
Lambert .Jiones.--Cokesbury cor. Green
Ir's. Harriett Lane and her d:tugh
ter, Miss Sara Lane. have rctur-n(d
from tleir 'summtier1 vacation at, Hender
sonville, N. C , and will spend the win
ter In Newberry.
Dr. 1'. 1oherton was elected dele
gate to thI littheraUn Synod inl Char
le-sts'n next week to re:resent Lu1thelr
Chapel congregat,ion, anld 10 U. A nll
was elected alteraat,e.
We ca:not tret, ,h boxes ready for
delivery to the managers before Pri
day. it fact, we have not yet reecived
the tickets and may not, be able to de
liver the boxes before ne:t week.
Mr. Jno. 1". Livingston of the ('., N
& L. railroad was in Newberry on Sat
uirdiay. He is hustling for his road and
the Fair and says they are preparing
to haidle the large crowds with ease.
JLIllis1n01) has a big stock of clothin,
and shoes which h1e is selling at re
markably low prieas al when you buy
Irom Jamieson you know you can do
pend onl the goods being as rep-e
Mr. L. M. Speers, who was nominated
on Friday for 1ldel-mlan from Ward 1,
requests us to thank thtose Wh,o suggest
ed his name and to say that he will not
be a candidate for the position, so we
have a blank in that ticket from Ward 1.
Mr. H1. It. Dominick, of St. Luke's,
has in hli possession a very rare coin
which was muade in 1775. It, was found
necar the mouth of Hush River niot, very
long ago. It appears to be worn a
great deal, so much so that you cani
sear'cely see the (late.
Mr. BI. W. Stevens has been apphoinlt
ed manager of Federal election at Wil
liam's Store in No 7 in place of Mr. ..
WV. Mathews, who leaves today for the
South Carolinta Medical College antd
will. therefore, not he in the county at
tihe time of the elect,ion.
Thos. F. Motes, the son of Mr. F. 13
Motes of No 6. has a p)et llizzard wit,h a
forked tall and feet, very mnuch like a
frog. Mr. Motes had the lizzard in
our ofieo the other day ar.d says i1, is
tame atnd genltle. It is something of a
fr'eak of nat ure, hut is a kind of pet that,
we would not, care to have.
Mr'. HI. W. Holloway, the detective
who so cleverly wor'ked up the P-omar'ia
robbery cases, has been itn town this
week in att,endance upon-court. WVhetn
he is discharged with the first regitment
from the army he will resume his de
tective work. The cases that he weork
ed up ,,re all now closed up.
The~ r.e ltin mo Cat arrh in thIs a' ction of I he
conng4ry thanit all othter dil4onnes prit tog0tner,~
nind ut ith linlst few yeas was suipptosed to
be Incnrable. F"or a great many years doclore
prtoniouniCcd it a local diases, n' d presei lbed
tocIl rnmtn'tles, anid by constantly falling 1o
cure with locali treail mns, urohnoitncedi It In
cut abile. Scienice hsa proven, catarrht to be a
constlitut tonal dlsee.tse, and thereftore reqtul ei
cosittilonal tre-atnent, llal l's Catarrht
(Cure mt snufaeturedi by K. .J, Uiene'y & Co.,
Tole'.s,, Ohto, is tt>' o ly conusttutlonal co're
on the market. It Is takoti intertna ly In dos
it-om i10 dropa Io a tenspoonful. It acts direct.
ly oni thte bi and andi itncous surfaces of thei
systemn. They on'or (ise htuntdred dollars for
aniy etn' e fitn a to eutrs Metnd for circulars
and testIion tis Adc-tress
ir. J1 CI E NKEY & CO., Toled o, 0.
nold by D)rnggtst.Q, 76,
HallI's Fnily Pill. tnre the best.
This is the Season
When you want
's of all kinds for
puttin up Pickles,
Catsup ,Q&. We have
what you v0Q and we
guarantee thergtl.O be
pure. We also have' on
hand the celebrat'ed
Call on us.
Robertson & Gilder,
On the corner.
Any merchant wito thinks he can go'
fancy pritces for D)ry Goods, Notioni
and Slhoes while A. C. Jones is in thi
butsiness will have to fcol the people t~
do( it, baause .Jones killed high price
t.he first day he opencd. t&f tf
The court of general sessions con
vened at Newberry yesterday with
Juage ). A. Townsend presiding. So
Il[itor Sease and Stenographer Camp
bell were promptly on hand.
There were quite a number of new
bills for the grand jury and several
cases left over fronm the last court. In
fact, it really appears that the criminal
buFiness is oi tihe increase In our coit
t,y. We are sorry to see it not for the
additional expense It Iticurs upon the
taxpayerm, but it is bad to note the in
erease of crime. And unfortunately
In several of our recent courts and in
this one thero 'e several white men
on the side of the defense. If all the
eases arte tried that there are hills of
indictment against, unless tLherm are
many pleas of guifty theerilinal court
will last all the week.
Judge Townsend charged the grand
jury very brielly. He said it was not
necessary for him to charge them as to
their general duties for that had a!
ready been done and in fact they should
have already performed their duties in
the way of the examination of public
ollices and so on. As to the bills of in
dictment, Judge Townsend said it was
useless to charge the jury as to the law
in the several cases. When they read
the bills they could soon tell whether
there was anything in the charge or not.
They had only to inquire as to a pre
sumption of guilt and if that existed
from an examination of tbe witnesses
they would return a trie bill. If the
jury find a case brought, in *nalice, spite
oc spleen, lie suggested that the best
thing to do with such cases was to
throw them out though he did not
charge them to do it. Yot tire the
grand inquest of the to ny and must
ill n11aly cases ut.e vti O,wn diseretiil
in matters that, come befol-C you.
Solicitor Sease handed out a number
of bills. We shall only report, them as
they are acted upon by the gand jury.
The first, case put, on trial was that
against Lafayette Metts, indicted for
disposing of property under lien, and
the verdict of _tjilty was returned.
Metts is out on bon.d and was not pre
sent,. Hle was charged u ith telling o.
disposing if a hog on N hich thero was
The nex', case tried was that against
porrest counts aid Will Gallman
charged with burlpgla!y and lareny and
receiving stolen goods. These a e par
ties charged wit,h breaking In the de
pot at, Prosperity. They were defend
ed by 0. L Schumpert and COle L.
Blease. A verdict of guilt.y as to For
rest Cuits and n m, guilty as to Will
Gallman was returned.
The State vs E,aster Thomas-high
way robbery-nol p' ossed.
The Stato vs Easter Thomns-assault
and battery intent to kill and carrying
concealed weapons. Emnters a pleL of
guilty of assault and battWry of high
and aggravat.ed naturC.
ThScases against Jno. Bickley and
Devillus Baker, two of the Poiaria
cases, have been settled and that ends
the Pomaria robbery cases. Bickley
and Baker have been discharged, a nol
pros having bretn entered.
T1he State vs Lonnie Heennon- bas
Tlhe State vs Rhoda Chapman-viola..
t,ion of the dlispensary law-guilt,y. In
this case, the defendant being an 01ld
woman, .Judge Townsend said he would
give her tbe lowest, sentence the law
would allow, but, that is a line of $100)
or 3 months on the chain gangr, and she
is to go to t,be jail. (ol. Sehdunpea t,
who rep)resent,S Rhoda seec.red an order
ste;;ng the execution of sentence until
the lirst, day of the ne:;t, ter-m of t,he
The court got, along very well yester
(lay. In fact, made an e:scellent record
in the number of cases dlisp)osed of and
the indicat,ions now are that, the court
will linish up) before the end of t,he
T1rue hills were found by the grand
jurcy In the following cases:
The State vs. J1. J1. Hipp and Quinter
H-Iipp-assault and hatter-y with intent
to kill and1 carrying conceal ed weapions.
T1he State vs. ECaster KCinard alias
l'Caster Thomas and Julian h;inard--as
sault and batt,ery wit,h intent, t,o kill
and carrying conicealed weapons.
rTe State vs the same on tbe charge
of hiigh way robbery and larceny.
T1hie State vs. Lonnie llrennon-bas
T1he Stat,e vs. Claude A. Floyd --mr
No bill Wats otund In the following:
The State vs. D)an Mct,ts- -house
bireaking and larceny.
TrhecState vs. AIf Hoozer, Hiob Spence,
Riley Huttchison, Wmn. .Jackson atnd Al
bert, DeWalt.---house break'ng, las' cen.
andl receiving stolen goods-t,rute bil
as to Alf Boozer and Riley Hlutchison
no bill as to the others.
The State as Biley Hlut.chison, Al
Boozer', Wmi. .Jackson, Al bert D)eWall
and Hob Spence-burglary and lar~cena
-t,rue bill as to all. TIhese are t,ht
parties charged with the last robberiei
at Prosperity from the residence o
Maj. D)eWalt and the depot.
The followIng were nol prossed:
The Stte vs. Hiram Suber-housi
breaking and larce'ty.
TIhe St,ate vs. Burrell Reed, Squiri
Kelly an I Thurmond Kelly-larcen,
from the filid.
The State vs. Mary D)ud ley-assaul
an\1 battery with ingent to kill and cat
ryli geconcealed welapons.
Te State va..'F'orrest Counts-lai
Tihe State vs. Wmn. Burton and A
A no v' lot of Meni's, W\omenc'4 ai
idr an's R ubber O.ve r shoes .iust, r
ived at A. C. J mnes'. f&t ti
We must realize that at the abo
They Must I
to reduco pricos later in the soason, wl
following rediculously low figures.
$3.50 lien's Suits, $P.75.
$4.50 Men's Suits, $2.25.
$5.oo MCI's Suits, $2.50.
$7 00 Mi's Suits, 13.50
$10.oo Mien's Suits, $4.95
$ 12.50 NIen's Suits, $6.20.
$15-00 hMen's Suits, $7.25.
50C 11oys' IIats, 20C.
75c 1oys' Hints, 35c.
The farmor would not soll hi
rodiculous prices if we could help ours
or about ono half what it cost to mako
dollar, and doubtful if it would bring I
per cont. holow cost, don't mako any di
come to at
And everythitig in Si
at a reduction of Tweni
worth of Goods you buy
Five Cents. Come quick
R.ememri ' this Grand SI
night. At the Great Combinal
PROSPERITY S. C.
The vast anid increasinug business
service of th maands of experts whic
the ranks of the young peop)le. Th<
and consequnently live in luxury anid
come from that class of the young p
literary education. The aimi of the
is to prepare young ladies andl gentl
Bookkeep~in)g, Shorithandt, C<
A rithmefltic and( all 4
that appjly' directly to the buIsiness* a
No ol .tuno'ccopying methods are roc
and Shorthand courses are thme most
best buisiniess men. They soeure a
st art to finish. Our graduates are fi
p)ositOin and are supplied wvith place
specialty in securing our' graduates
done in this matter. The College hi
any time. Bo)ard very cheap. If y
Shorthand education, send( for our f
W. H. NEWBERRtY, M. A., P
FRED H. DOMINICK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWBER RY, S. C.
IOflice on Law Range over 0. Melt
Holmes' Cotton Office.
(yrI'C1' IS HiiiKBYi 0 GIEN
.~ that thle nlooks of Itogistr'aion for
the [Town of Newberry. S. C., are now
open, andl( the unIder'signedC as Super
visor' of Itegistraition for said( town.
- will keep said books open every day,
(SuindaLys exepted), from 9 a mi., until
3 p mn., unt.il andl Including the I st~ days
of De)cember ~, 1 8 P.
Supo r J)'W10'Of I eg i htration.
September ist,, 1898.
vo pricos for cotton tho farmors cannot
Be Sold Rwega
01n 0h0 mone11y Uh0 peop01A haV0 n->w iH
Best Sc Calico (" 3 'V.
4e Good CIlico (4, 2 c.
6,4'c Pereales (it 4e.
36 itieh Sea Islatid (w y.j
36 inch Heavy Shectiig (N 3' e. I
Sc Bleachitig (w .4 ,c.
6/14C Ble-1ching ("' 5c.
f i.o Silks for 35C.
75C Silks for 22C.
s cotton at -1c or .11- if ho cold holp hi
olvos, but wo aro pros4od for m >noy ant
it. We had bottor soll it. ourtolvos 0
hut thoso hard timos. Somw of our sto(
(forenco, tho Gloods mutst bo sold ats so
LYN 'S C
- -r *giBI ri
- IS8 86
;ore-Room No. i until 1st
Jy-Five Cents on the Dalff
from us In Room No. 1 we
and get the benefit of thE
a1ugh er of Is). pIositively I r
,ion 110u1e of'
ness College !'
ilA, S. C.
'nIt.(rpristos of our countdry req(uire tho v
bi mu tst conistanit.1ly be roeriteid frorn
:'y aliwaysH reenivo t ho largest~ satlaries
alflinoutlct. IIut these recruiits muifst
ljIl who halvo ai good bulsinessH and
emon01 for just such plauces as8 thos0.
>inunercil 1L aw, (Conlnrcl'ial I
J~onuniercial lI ranes S
Ifirsi' of li fe, aro t horouighly tanight
ognized ini our School. (Our Buiessi
modern anid anro endorsed b)y our a,
ndod the( 11 studentitit 1 erest frouzi
illy quali lied for hohtljig any business
.as whenetver detsired(. Wet malhke aL
goodl positionls anid will nt, he1 out
1s no0 vacaitions. Studts can11 ete(r
on atre interestd in aI 1 lusiness or
roo1 cata mlogiro, mient ion!ing courso do-.
res., - - COLUMBIA, S. C.
LINA-NICW IIlCRIUV C(IJ NTY'.
granit him1 l4:t,tir oSf AdiitrLationt
of the FCstate andIt effctLs of I lenrietta
Thes are,~ theresfore. to ci te an1. d a
mon00ishi all and1 H silair the01( kindredt
aLnd tcreditors8 of lI.he sidl HettirmanI
Srowdenct, deceaOhsedtl, thaIL t b hi and1(
apea beOforot me, in the Court, of I 'ro
hate, to be held at, Newberry Goni
HItIs, on the Secosid (day of N ovember h
ne::!, alft.o publicationi he reof, at, I1
o'clock in t,he forentoonI. to show cuise,
if anyi thiey haveW, why the (1( si dmlinV
istra't,Iin should 1( not heo granitet.
Gven tituie my hand11 thIs the 17 h
SI ay of Octobetr, Ann D)omtini Iis.
.w. w. .1. P N. C
afford to buy good at a profit. Wo hit
irdless of Co
0:10, WOUM IV not,honfit us1. WVO thOrof
oc Silks for 16e.
.1.50 Velvet for 6oe.
.oo P11ush for 34)C.
5 Silk .ace for 9.
se Silk Lice for 5c.
.5O Meni's l1ad Sewed Shoes, $1.95.
2.50 Menl's lland Sewed Shoes, $1 .45.
1.25 MNC's Itrog:ts, 85C.
2.4o IaUCies' F-ine )Iess Shoes, $1.25.
ms1l1f, and )you -ii be ab surod that wo
I iunist lot th Gootd go -our ontiro C
t Wo on tho dollar than to lot Sherilf I
Swts bought. as low ats 1 (- Oil tho do
41 1s4 possiblo to got, tho t1ony out of ti
Next Door to Pelh
of November, for cash, LI
ir. For every dollar's u
will take off Twenty
)SC8. ISi O (ii()ctohe01', Ra, Ill t -
dlers of 'Low Prices.
intice of Election fcr
Member of Congress.
L. u,he legal Ily estab1~led plulIinug pre
inlels inl Newberry' ('ot.y, fort a ltep
4'senlIJtative lI 14m t.he TIhi rdl ( '(ngres(3
jOnl]I lb.triet, in ihe Iith ('ongessL of
hie I 'nit,ed Statis.
i'pt openu without inteirm.,~suin ma11il .1
'elock I. ml.
Newvbe,ry---I) WV. TI. K ihher. F. [b.
hill uandc WVill is .lonies.
lypivillhe ll)Irman ll, .11no.
Mayb~ioton--W. 1. .\hay bin, TI. .1.
Wh itm Iie M. McC( ualy, .1. W.
(o. an ,In '. hi.'anut.ul. 1. I.
.lalaa '. WX. lIhford. W\. I l.: Me
hatI n T)g .!iO( 11.' I I ('hahnerslll,..X
Il1(lInNshor W . 1. high, 1. W.it
Vuills am11 .. T. N)avis.r
i etll h n - o ite,- .l. W. Iepp
m lA. W,. S\tillvens . (.W eilr
I litpiaI -ThI. . 1<nila ,l. I e. I Im t
lrosperit N.e tlv . iiu ,ed t ICns t.
il end rix Mwill -(-111. lIlI Io .l. ln r
S~llih .sin 1 t. th- ar le . l. A. I Slgh
zid~ uT..l. Mis. el,r,S '.4)1a- I
.llly et .'s .11 l.~ iu Is t.i, G. l4 M.
.in 1. and T). .. ison . ItllI11
( 'tra . bm uaool Hon e-.nol ).Se,
y.'A I,. Ai and, Me'.se().'W. tzer
ha' mria -i 011 g o. N.Kiard Geho. ti.re
Wahiit on-.rt h. rl G rgo s t ok nt
ui10 . ( roots.
'0 immono stock of goods, and
st or Prof,it
>ro offor our immt,iso sitock at the
L.5 i es 1.a<ie' 'ine Dress Shoes, 95c.
\11 other.l Shtoes redlhedill proportion.
M.v>ite's- Hats, 63.-,
S.5o Mviti's Hlats, 85c.
"2.00 l81's lats, $1.oc.
C DIress Co(HS, 25c.
5c I h-Uss G()-IS, 17 i0.
5e Dress Goods, l5c.
litterwear or all kindls For every age
and1 si/e cut to 11.11 f price.
would nlot soll our Goo is at such
lothing Stock at Mc oi tho dollar
3uford soll it it 2,-e or 30c on the
liar, but ovvin so 10 por coat. or 20
oM11, that'm the11 conlu..1sionl wo bamo
am's Drug Store.
ow Goods Coming Iq
ha Ini .Cal(:toll 1.1ai-ni1ls,
Iosicr ,v, Illider-wear,
- hots ;1( Not ions,
' iys' (' rIt I Ing,
I 'I c)I x I P ts,
<'l v\-rybnl ulin
)Ir -everybody inl
N ewbI,rry Co U I I ty.
'Ofil Md Mll (urG 0ds, 1111 and >i'VI L
o in-ore h a \Nt.- w know we cani
'l'hc b'st. Hll. of Shlo(S, for. the illonvy
nl or thh-m. in Ni-whi-rrY. Don't
I to Ste. 1.h1ilm before buying.
aCm ui sce kis oftenl.
aius of Low P'iccs ald Rliaic Goc
iin Strot - - Nowborry, S. 0.
W hen Candy lov
ers get their
that the verdict
is going to be in
They are famous
wherever there ex
ists an appetite for
pure, delicious can
Willeet. lll' i J1118 '31101 (1111 1 i0001 10
Stanit y witlli I)oilinIg \vaLtor,
FOl)i SA lil AT THiIl
J. K. GILDER
Anly one suffering with badl
'esightL shiould comec and
ave I hu exambI) ('( I etween
je h ou rs of 1()0(n 1: 2o'clOCk
To'( ly stock of' Watches,
locks, .Jewel ry and Silver
'are', I h ave adde(1:1 a1 nice
I e (lf' St ationery, an d wvill be
lease to 0ser'vo my friends
nd the publ ic at la rgo,
Watch, Clock and
leweiry repairing a
Jeweler and Optician.
msw*,-o'e (lnnIOSin it C. winims'.