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K. If. A U L1L, Einvit.
umis,nuts$ is cwImuI,4,.
We enn sCarNCely realize that Christ
111s is so nlear. soiehlow it doe.s not
f-ei like (.1rislimus. Thv tovs and
Christmas goods displayed in the %toe'.,
riminds us that it is near.. In fae.il
ii only about ten days nlow until
Christmas will be here. As we grow%:
Older it seenms to come quicker t han it
did when we wvere youiger. Then il
Seemed that Christmalits would nevel
comle. Those were good and halppy
daiys whenl we wouhd hangie ourl stock.
ings ta i'e- iaio i it, hi-.! old firecphice inl tilt
Couitry alnd rie earl4 the it--.xt, monl-1
ing 1 )to Site what old Santa (lls ham
brought us during l the niht. And elcl
it has not been lmg Since tim-e g<llh
111)d1 happy da:"s and wo like to be tinle
(0 the ehiIren yit a'd hl i to 4n. k
the) hO; W -C u- ) t won1irI h0A
Santa ('hais Ina ;:akd to get donl li ei4
big chinnev with its big Iog ti 4
whieb e tevt r, went out without !ti
hlim clf and his g 1ood.4.. 1ull l rn
but that Itvoer w eor-rictd u4 s mulichi. I:
Was e41u1 h t- kno that h' k-MUO.
We hope, that he will \vi:it evcr,
home inl thiii- couty this ('ristn s a,]
ukeall Ih li 't!le 0oneS th r intpp:,
with hi- ::rmlkd thing"Q. W e :-11huld m-l
to it that lie doc,. We talk Obouw 1-id
till z' a:Ili coi p!ainl aboui t thle lmn
priec If coktt;on. Time4 art. ha'd ani d
c >tton :s Ikrw hut it w.i!i notl co-t t41 h
to4 i4 A'' .>u a ('i'vis to \;:..t \41 1
hou--t; V M 4.4 ake the -..4' -i.: on - 4 44i
tl(Ill.k 'I I 1;'t.-r C :;1 1 44 1441 1 .
h 4 a' - -
ha l y ? !-~ 444 In 0 6,, : i4
ti- p t a I t t 1 :1 11
poo. !:4.h n
your r : . .
u1- nopt It ce i :.
be,enl lI-, f" (of I:t .
who L'a'v I I , : ..
C au elrn-.-. .\' .: -rn
i.; a 4 tinx '4 4. lau';
will dl u, a I or
would Ie' - ' h , jt.
W t14 ,- ' A
n val.1 - 1;
th inlk a'
wj nit I44:t 44ann414 bt:~ d.>n. howeverh bId 4
i,b l ow1~ h4 p re o iot , a4nd ftlki'n
aboutl thn har im44) eL 444. - 4have (ot to4
div(eri) 01' 11( r(otI .lI lify40 41 the ,jo iy d
the, fa-,niuhs Newherry4( ('o1)unt we i
jusl 4 pl bu .o; wliimuh lad be
they431,4( now pllnt, and sow th01le ot4hr hap1
ip ea0 w amr imprlove it', andlil' fertilie
ha il all44 tof it,(4 lhe would 44t 0a ) oar f
yield thathey" 4 II now4 g1,et 1nd maei'tasi
nuh or4 mthanio tey04 now0 make,)4 and1
tY' much4 lss oste lie labor. We1 knewII1141
wo Coo a plae neo, wiebh li vedcl 14(
gcaus0e the 14 land 4 poo he couldl not'
makeo o a living.'on' 04, and hugh aot,ber
plac whe)re he 0410 naf Lhore)~ frtle.l
tefarmsItl enIiwho believeIt is fert1liz
iong.li'ohd.'li not bu'ono W the o lc
wn o year hor nl w maigl.bl
of csotnt the ae,andoimhu thcmrn h
anhof or gt.-owha on rivearlihonoh
wihohsporple every <other farmer o
0) largo a yield, certainly a much larger
yield than most of t.hem mako now.
-The average nOW We bup)?OSO Is about
one bale to evory three acres, tnd oos
Sibly not as 1.1uch as ten bushels of corn
to otle acru. \\ould it nlot, be better
and tore profitable to work ten aere.
inl cottll and litike ten bales than to
work thirty and tmuke only ten bales,
a1.nid to work ten at-re., ii corn and make
2--0 Iucls instead of twenty aeres aid
make only 200 biuhels. If the labov
Spent inl working the acres were put in
ilmpel . ttho land it. could be done
easily. I ".-ry fartr in Newberry
COt3iy COtild improve his lanld anld in
crease th yivid per itere if he only
would, and corn would be grown at a
prolit, Is the News and Courier. says, at
teln cenft; a bushel.
\e caitulot linderstanld why we canl
nt) ifr &nyvhod inl the vreetimt ol
I ro,ler lourillg i l for. Newhl rlt
Th'll PtI'dw arl. planting ilore whlvat
I'an ul, and we Want to nolv rllvage
Ih -I'. . iTl i l l bulilt, f rll. vei.
.-11all en:Z'.Y W1 and tro i 1 th ty of
I:01'Y hCrt to o it. 'I'Tlte 1t: k c.ub4
h. plhtcod inl smla]l shar"es anld rab..ecd
('as; Iy, if w%.' cmuid only ilat-c6st Some
' h:~tt u ila int the cniterprise.
\\ili no1W 1ome One- Z-hOW CnU gh111 ittrl
e i :hl i inttrpriv to iivestigalet it,
andt' s if te islot S,jnjVthlgj inl it,
iwb ve we not it, anild that it
WW11 lIt It' _1'4''0d
w tin a gui 4::d o ine ten,ii I
IIon. \\' .l . ha inl the in1terview
wa' P11 1f the trle position on
l,t imts it s t thail
\ t-v It yt f 't radI what hv Saitys.
\\ dh>o tth k r'nit tit " ho ted States it
ary vI;,..- fIr t!i it I t v .ri tory
dw no;'t s(e thi wisdom of iutnitel' -
t1 k in t ll h! it.
' e -T$ it , .oi' t ittin il '.
The v.oind meetil., if ilth, TIevacheri'
tionl wa!, h-ld, acording to an
C i-'liwtl , on )4 her401 i1.t . (th,a t hie
a', d lco'l luihIiill-, Tht. attond
n Iwa (Wil. a'1t1, ,l - ome of the
"'1 i [i t 6C L I) -'i t' 114Ct- te 111 'S i . o
- h1414r atitl ti-lv.h s teo
'. tl lv on' (i f h1;1i. 1i' -t Inu tis
n .: . 11 (1l1t;iuin1 thIle
n , :-t 1.' b f' wlY t lt 11 St m ktt
-e t - t e' It n.i . d - -ion o f cmiu
-n: a .1--tion wa s "alhkd
*'su ):!11:s .e i f t -ac i t horoutl ls h
If ; bt . itei atr fru e.n \\1'it
t ott r te dahohll to
tlt (i ('lteltitt g f tite tIOllW it tll 1 11
bt - - ;.h. , 1 nd therdfo -,
uh :d'r-t t . It is a-ont -
S t --- sp ak: inflan-1)
rUN",nt0.1iilec to thle
' .40L to teach Then,.
-r -- ang_in.z to thIie tan1IV
- n --' perfectly
-Iat i1n. 'lt Zpi lkel -
th i , h, t i ' on of 1 x:11on ptes
- riwti part o (f Ifn e it i rs
- Uto'cot pre. svintedt itinost. of
- W Zi -w% .'h e is iy ana]y is, in1
ho th o fr: tional part is re
untd,ad i'yi andit I'te reao n'ingilpro
nodIttl uity citog t vg h
'It Aspocin tt aolutonl of toany
.n xo an ph-i oJtith ttise dit,en ismad
--a y. and hti A. x !hiIaion ole-r is
Onue. ood mlk onutln clf- Ao numberI
'miyin an exutJn. numer wat
re-e ter andex hti ed b th sp A r
Is often a warning that the liver Is
torpid or inactive. More serious
troubles may follow. For a prompt
efficient eure of leadacho and a
liver troubles, take
While they rouse the liver, restore
full, regular action of the bowels,
they do not gripe or pain, do not
irritate or Inflame the Internal organs,
but have a positiv- tonic effect. 25c.
at all driggists or by mall of
C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sheiff 8 Sale.
STATEI 01" SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 01" NIEWBERRtY.
.101 J. aily & Co., vt. Thos. F. Tar
1 Y VIRTUl' O AN XICCUTI0N
to ile direteld hervill. I will sell
before the Coutrt I jlluse at Newberry,
S.C.. oi S &ie lay illI .L1ano1try, 2nd dly,
I the following described real es
tali, levied oil its tile property of
I ham.ls I. Tarrta t., I w it' Alt t,bat lot
Mr 10ar1141 (if 11an1d in, thle Town i of New
IheIy. S. C., conallitnig Three-Pouirtht
of ai Ae.'-, more or less. frionti -r on
Adams street, and otherwise bot'Dded
by hands of .1. 0. lavird and Pawnee
L. Mathews and a street, whlih separtates
it from111 ot of D. It. Wheeler.
TI-:IMS 01 SALK: Cash. L.'ellasier
to palY for lpaper! nnd staimps.
.\. M. BUFiORID. S. N. C.
Sh-riff's Ollce, Ike. 8t l, 1898.
STATE, O SOUTIl1 CAROLINA
C()UNTY O NEW%%HBItRY--IN
PIZOBHA TE CoUltTr.
.Ino. IP. Norris, Aodllitistrator of Emna
1. 1lla-lCre, 'hr01101T, vs. Annie
W i lson et al.. )efendant.s.
Y Oi Plt OlI THP, COU UT
. l..) herln, I will sell beforc tile Court
hokuse at. Newberry, on saleday in .ilnl
ay 1111, to the I jrlhest biddet- there
for., e followinl" detc-ibled iot, of lantid:
All that. lot of land sitiated in the town
of Ilelena, (County of Newberry, State
a(foresaid, thititig hity SiX-Onle
huildieths (36-10) of l) acr!Ies, m11ore
(r less, bounded by lindis formerly
Owiled by .11avolh Bowers, by street,
on t he north, by lands of Geo. Leon
h irt hi.
I-:ts 01" S. : 'rlhe pur'Chaser
will h 'etited to pIY one-half of the
pnehase mne in CIas1, a1t1d to seei t'c
the b1alaofe. paatble in twelve imonlths,
by bold of I le pirheliaser. and llortgagle
of lt' pt-emies,- and to insure the
b l lin It d asSign the poliev to W. W.
SIdts, !''obatte ..lde. 'ritehase to
P t W..W. HODGES.
Ikeamer R.1898. lrbt lde
R) AN AUTIMI ZID AGENT,
I will be at tle following pilies t)
th' <ho' namd for tbe pur-pose of tak
I n'r- tuillns of -l'rsonial Pr'operty for
~AI Newhorry. .11LJanuary I to 15.
1lopin . .l1a11ary 11.
Clhutpp.lIs, .lanuary 17.
ILngs hr's t4tore, Janluary 18.
.hil JI, .L1nua1ry 19.
W hit mire. .anuary 20.
.\b1 In lo n, .Janull,y 231
G 1)lmph v'lle. .1anuIary 24.
W alton. .Januatry 251.
I'omJia, .antiary 26.
Slicls. .1ianuary 27.
.Iolly Street., .tanuV 28.
)Neall's. .1a1iilary 30.
St Luke's .January 1.
ald ait Newher'ry utntil F'ebtuary 20,
if tr whlichl timae the lawt requires a
ntiit y of 50 perl (cn t,. to h1e ad d(1ed.
AllI Itotes atnd moneyP~s and1( mfortgag.es
ilr' Inaxahle,. an rd per' sons between Ithe
1ts (of 21 and (it) yearlls are liable t.o
1(oll tax, unless exempt by 1law
The law~~ pro~ides1 ail'o fot' aln infcome
ax (In inc1omle's (If $2.500.00 andI up
AlIl1 : patiels arte r'equested to make
hi II r01 own return andt 1111Satve tr'ouble.
W. C C'1O.\llMit, Auditor'.
I .WILl MA-KlE A FINAL RIT
I lentnt 1in1 the ieersona estatP5111e of
. I. I till deeans'd . itn the flice oIf thle
I rde of'4 Probante4 or Newhberry (CountyI,
mt '111 hur lay 1 Ihe 21h di(ay tof D)ecem-u
ga ist t he 'Stl' te wIll pireset tem oni
r1 be.fo re' that duay. Thel Se idet'ied to
l'e ,e.-ate will 1111 ke settIlemnin t I thalit
lay; as I will apiply for letters dIhiimis
0ry' as adm111 initrato'r of sIdE estatite.
\ 'min11 istatr of I le es4tte oif 4aid( de0
Iciic oi full1 8ctIimil ii a cDshalic,
thtwe willIlmake a settlement on1
be PSI ite of .\t's. Sallic Wer'ts, d?e
eased'(, in the l'robate Coiet, folr New
ith IJanuary113, A. Il. I1899, t 11 O'Olocek
n1 Ithe forenoon, a nd will imtnmediately
hiereafr app'ly11113 ftr I(tlettr dIsm51issory
.s E'x.'entot' of sa1idl est1ate.
All pesn holdinrg claims aga ist
It.' said ('state will pre'sent, the saIme
tinly Iitt ested'(. and1( those indebChtedl to
be sithIa'liette will mIake palymelnt, Otn
is' before that daite'.
Notice to Ureditors.
LL t l':IRSONS H AVING CLAIMS
(It dema1nds1(t aga ist the estato of
t'ndII'r in same1 u'Iir tIer oalth on or be'fore~
lit :1s t dayl of Decemberi, 18918 to Ithe
Iiderisignled or' hiIs iattorntey, Lambet
V. J ones.
A dm11 itistr'ator' (If the perisonatl estate
1 Louis1 Credo, dleceased.
RISE! RIWF! RICE!
'IONSIG NMII:N I'S O1" ROUGH
J1 RIce solicited. Prompt mIllIng
(d r'etutrn of proceeds or aiccoumt sales.
Ighest and( mtarked prlicos paid( for'
''Carolinat RIco Meal"or' "FlJour,"t the
ieapesat and best stockc food on the
ar'ket. fotr sale at low fIgures.
WEST1 P'OINTI MILL CO.,
t. 2 mnos. Char'leston, S. C.
Mackinltoshes, Overcoats and Cloth
a going at 25 to 3" por cent reduction
. . Wonnn.
For Chrlstmas Bilyors.
It is always diflicult to find en
tire novelty in such things as you
would desire to make as Christ
mas gifts. Then why not, in
making a selection for a member
of your household, get something
Ureful and Serviceable,
Gits worth giving?
The most satisfactory selections
are those which in themselves con
tain solid worth. Moreover, the eol
obrat* u of Christmas, 1898, will
have much cheer and happiness
for those who take this practical
view of the matter.
The Mower Company
is in a fine condition of fitness to
sell you sorviceable articles, and
with the spirit of the season aB an
inspiration, hopes to interest all
Christmas shoppers in their line
is one of our Christmas sugges
tions. The most popular fabrics
are here, and will be sold cheaper
furnish a wide range of service
able articles. An elegantline of
There are mny other things in
Oua linti of Dry 0Goods that will
suggest themselves to you.
At the same time our Shoe De
partment is always in line for all
ordinary and special occasions for
Ietter selling of the Best Shoes
that are manufactured in this
country, price and quality con
We would ask you to call and
see also out line of Sterling
Remember always that "Mower
Sells the Best," and in the ioyous
season of the Christtnstite,' we
endeavor to serve you well. With
best wishes for our many custom
G, & G. S MOWER GO.
CANNON & IAYES,
ARE AGEN'TS FOR TUE
Mansion House Steam . aundry,
01' GR.ENVILLE. S. C.,
NEW BER RY, C.
i.l Xwas G' Momw Soilta Clau
will be th- , dite whiteness of
CThristma.s bou~.w siat we wvill laty upon
your shiirt, bosom, collars andl culTe.
Those who know a gooi thing when
t,bey se.e it will appreciate the faultless
work that we put on their linen in
color and per'fect finish. Sample It,.
AGENTS E-a .,~ :1to; wn*
Noice of Final. Settlement
and Applicaion for
BTOT''" 'ShEREBY GIVEN~
.lha te underi~signed~c, as Adin.
1st rator withI thIe w ill anniexed of Lat
tlhe final t Ii mnt of t h.e l"state of t he
said de*cISENe, be'fore W. W. HIodges,
Judlge of Probate for Newhterry Couun.
ty', 8ont Ci (arolinia, on Mondasy, the
iniIetmth day of D)eem.oer, 1898, at
tenm i'clock ini thle forento(n, and Immrae
dilately t hereaft er will apply. to I he said
Jud(ge of Prob.ale for h is discharge from
all liability on1 account,t of, or In contw.~
tion with, the laid Estat.e.
AlI p lrs nv avig dlemtands agwainst
the sakl E,-tate must prese'nt such, on
the day antd at ' he hour above niamed,
In. the Comurt of P'robat e for the se ii
(Coun.ty, or b.e barred from, claitmin g
againset t he unders.ignted
JN P. M. KINAfR),
Admninistrator withI then will antueed
of F.. C. Boozer, dle'*pnsed.
Novembter 17th, 189)8.
Stop Buying on Credit
And paiying other pe'ople's deobte. Go
so 8mith's store and buy for' cash,
wvhere you will find every article sol
>n its merit. Nothing sold at or below
:ost, as no.ono can live at that without
wvercharging you for something else. j
f you see anything hung out at, or be
ow cost take the bait and let this sort
done i' you do not, want to get caught,
or it is hut, a bait for suckers.
If you want, to buy goods at a small
nd average Profit, remember
Smith's Store. Il
We are receiving new
oods almost every
lay, and offer them at
easonably low prices.
Jewelry, Silver and
and Cut Glass and
Dolls and Toys of
Come and examine
)pposite H. (, williamis'.
We are Going 0
And in order to do so, wo e
to be closed out at pricei
Mig line men's heavy top shirts at .20
Vool undershirts reduced to .25
Icavy cot ton undershirts reduced to .20
Ieavy drill 1rawers .20
31g li ne mni'C.- and boys caps at .15
4,omen ' dongola shoes, numbers
3 and 4, at, .50
'Voneals heavy shoes .50
3il stock OfNlR's, Yo
o be sold at a big eut in prices. In
VO want to turn the stock into cash b
lo it we will certainly be suce.t.ful.
TH NEWBERRY CI
The .B est
FOR THE LEA
Come and examine i
ireat bargains in Men's
$10.00, worth much rr
cost you $3.00. Bette
/lien's, Boys' and Chil(
that everyone can affc
Ve have something in I
wonderful for the prici
Veil, as to Carpets, thE
strictly all-wool Carpe
beat in the world.
WK~Remember', we sell yoi
'ome and see
1.00 ayear -
Among tho specia
NEW SERIAL BY RIUm)
By Miss Ida
HE NAVAL SIDE OF THE W AIH
Contributions by the highest anth,
Embracing art ile1
Plungo in the Diving Torpedo
to Kite in Modern Warfare
dlegraphing Without Wires
ae Marvels of the Sea
Thoy will come from
idyard Kipling Robert Bar,
illiam Allen White Johmn A Hill
imlin Garland COntcliffe Hy~
sphoni Crane Morgan Rot
an F. Bullock Clinton Rosm
We shall publish a number of very
~o a number of those shirt, crisp, drai
r readers have come to know as a spo<
TWHS~ 8.. McCLI
200 East 251
w YORK CITY
VlREIT AND SUlL FOR
ONE ANID 11L.
Toys, for the
Mother Goose Stories.
Kris Kingle Series.
Books for the
Come and see what
HAS FOR YOU,
That the Book Store is
the place to get your
Christmas presents, vve
.have a full line of
For the Christmias tradle.
Of all kinds.
Give us a call before buy..~
inig. We will take pleas
ure in showing you wvhat
we have, whether you
buy or niot.
J. K. GILDER
SBOOK STORE. $
Arriving daily. Our stock of
Dress Goods and Trimmings is T
now complete. In ourA
You wil in1 everything up-to
You will find overything at theA
lowest prie that they can be s
sold1 for (3nsh. Ti
Shoe Department. I
We have a nice line of cheap
Shoes at prices that defy com
Everbodyto call and look at JI
our goods before buying. We S
guarantee polite attention to all.
sit"We have adopted the CASH a
SYSTEM, therefore we can give ou
you close pricos than ever be
Yours to please,
)avenport & Renwick '
OTTON is and will con.
tinue to be the money
crop of the South. The
>anter who gets the most cot
:on from a given area at the
east cost, is the one who makes
he most money. Good culti
vation, suitable rotation, and
liberal use of fertilizers con
taining at least 3% actual
will insure the largest yield.
We will send Free, upon application,
pamphlets that will interest every cotton
planter in the South.
GUERrLIAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
lut of Business
Y 1, 1899,
iave a very large stock of
Hats, and Gents
i never heard of before.
Good quality boys shoes, 3s to 5s .75
Men's high cut, brogans, solid leather .95
Men's boots, good length and solid $1 35
Good whito unlaundered shirts, re
duced to .15
Extra good quality white unlaund
ered shirts .30
th's & Chilidrell's Slits
fact everything in the store is to go.
y Ja':uary Ist, and if cut prices will
cUino i and hear our prices.
hem and you will be
Overcoats, at $3.50 to
for $1.50 that usually
r ones for a little more
Iren's suits at prices
rd to have a new suit.
3lankets that is simply
as asked for them.
ty are away down. A
it for 50c. Can't be
i good Goods at a low pric.
- - - 10. aoopy
di features are
'Ef LLIFE OF LINCOLN.
, BY CAPT. MALHAN.
>rities on new developments ini
IJs.olved Problems of Astronomy
Life ini the Deepest Mines
What Peary is Doigi h
Arctic cigi te
The Telescopo--Pictures by Tele
such writers as
Sarah Orno JewetL
no Sarah Barnwell Eliott
ertson El. Nesbit
striking stories by new writers,
natic episodes from real life which
ial feature of McClure's.