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Rucklen's Arnica SalvP.
The best Salve iuthe world for Cuts
1rulsea, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
gover Bores, Tetter, Cha ped Hands
('11bhiafts, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tians, and positively cures Piles, or no
piay requared. It Is guarantvd to give
perfect salsfacion or money refunded.
P ree25 cents per box. P-r sale by
M obertso" & Glider and W. E. Pelham,
Corrected by J. W. Gary & Co.
Middling ............................... c.
To (ure a Cold in One Nighs
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for La
Grippe, Coughs and Colds; 12 doses 25
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed to
cure or money refunded. t&f0m
If you want a good Umbrella buy it at
A. C. Jones'. t&ftf
Holilday tates on the Southern.
Tickets'will be sold by the Southern
on account of the holidays on Decem
ber 22, 23, 24, 25, 26; also December 30,
Vt. January 1, 2, good to return until
January 4. Rates first class: It first
class standard fare one way for round
trip. Rates for second class: 1* second
class standard fare one way for round
trip. Tickets good to all points.
Good health is worth wore than any
thing else to you, and every bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla contains good
Men's, Women's and Boys' Mackin
tosh Overcoats at A. 0. Jones'. t&ftf
Call at W. W. Fuliner's and get your
Christmas goods. W. W. Fulmer. f&t2t
Mrs. J. A. Daniels.
In speaking of the death of Mrs. J. A.
Daniels of Newberry, but formerly of
Anderson, the Anderson Intelligencer
has the following to say:
This announcement will be read with
sorrow in Anderson, where the de
(eased spent the greater portion of her
life. Mrs. Daniels was the eldest
daughter of the late James Webb, and
was born and reared in the Sandy
Springs neighborhood. She was a
anost excellent woman, and had, since
her girlhood been a devoted anid exem
plary member of the Methodist church.
She leaves a wide circle of friends and
relatives in this county to mvurn her
ie.ats the 111ondike.
Mr. A. 1. Thomas, of Marysville,
Tex., hasfound a more valu-ible d1s
covery than has yet been made In the
Klondike. For years he suffered un
told agony from consumption, accolm
panied by hemorrhages; and was ab
solutely cured by Dr. King's New Di
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. He declares that gold is of little
value in comparison with this marvel
ous cure; would have it, even if it er-t
a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma,
0)ripqhttl and all throat and lung
a'fe6tiona are positively cured by Dr.
XiOg'i New Discovery for Consump
tion. "Trial bottles free at Robertson
& Gilder's and Pelham's Drug Sto-es.
Regular size 60 ets., and $1.00. Guar
anteed to cure or price refunded.
Plenty of Men's, Women's, Misses'
and Children's Rubber Over.shoes at
A. C. Jones'. t&itf
Electton at Helena.
The following Intendant and Ward
ens were elected Tuesday:
Intendent-J. L. Dickert.
Wardens: Ward 1-T. G. W illiams.
Ward 2-J. T. Dennis.
Ward 3-I. D. Shocklcy.
Ward 4-J. A. Watts.
Mr. Dennis was elected to serve in
t'he plate of Mr. H. C. Summers, Jr.,
who had withdrawn.
I have on hand a nice and full line of
'Nuts, Candies, Raisins, Apples,
Or-angzes, Bananas, in fact,, an up1-to
date grocery store, and every thing In
my store sold at as low prices as possi
ble. W. W. Fulmier. f&t 2t
Knights of Honor.
At the last regular meeting of New
'berry Lodge, No. 355, K. of H., the fol
.lowing officers were elected to serve
-.he ensuing year.
Dictator-W. W. Hodges.
Vice-Dictator-E. H. Aull.
Assistant Dictator-R. L. Tarrant.
."Reporter-J. H. M. Kinard.
IFinancial Reporter-S. P. Boozer.
Treasurer -L. M. Speers.
'Chaplain-R. C. WVilllams.
'Guide-J. H. Wicker.
'Guardian-J. A. Daniels.
Trustees-M. A. Carlisle, Geo. S.
Mower, Geo. 1B. Cromer.
Your Danger Now
[s from the overworked condition of
t,he liver and kidneys which are unable
to expel impiurities from the blood.
This causes rheumatism. Hood's Sar
saparilla has been wonderfully success
full in curing this disease. It neutral
iz.es the acidl in the blood and perman
ent,ly eures t.he aches and pains which
other medicines fail to relieve. Hood's
Sarsaparillaailathe best winter medicine
Ibecause it puritles, enriches and vital
izes t,he blood. It gives help just where
;help is needed. It tones the stomach
.stimulates the liver, and arousesan
sustains the kidneys. It wards off pneu
:mon ia, fevers, bronchitis, colds, coughs
.and the grip.
In lovely boxes make
Very suli:able presents
Fresh stock at'
VARIOUS AND ALL A UOUT.
Miss Eva Aull, of Dyson, is visiting
Mrs. E. f. Aul.
Miss Carrie Douglass. of Florence, is
visiting Mrs. E. P. Pawley.
The ladles of the Presbyterian ch urch
are selling dolls at Mr. Wooten's store
We have been havini some genuine
winter weather for the past several
Miss Daisy Rohenek, of Brooklyn. I.
on a visit to her sister, Mrs. 0. MeR.
The Sunday School at Helena is ar
ranging for a nice Christmas tree for
Rev. Bartow B. Rutmage and wife
left, on Tuesday for their home in Ft.
Rev. A. Coke Smith, D. D., of Lynch
burg, Va., made a brief visit to New
berry on Wednesday.
Tic'sets are on sale at Scholtz Jewlry
Store for the lecture on Saturday night.
You better secure your reserved seat
0. NI Jamieson has inaugurat(d a
out price sale which will last for two
weeks only but will be a rare oppor
tunity to secure soei bargains.
Rev. G. A. Wright will preach in
the church at Helena on Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock. The public is cor
We are glad that Rev. J. W. Speake
has been returned to Newberry. He is
doing a good work at the factory and
will soon have his new church com
Rev. and Mirs. T. W. Humbert are on
their annual visit to relatives in New
.arry and are stopping at E. H-. Ail's.
They are assigned to work next year
at Hartsville, S. C.
National Bank of Newberry stock
sold at $128 and Newberry Cotton Mill
stock at $94 a share at public auction
on saleday, both below their value, but
a good sale for these times and at auc
Master Johnstone W. Coppock has
been awarded one of the prizes olfor-d
by Dr. Miles Medical Co. for solving I
-one of the puzzles. He received oc I
of the second prizes which is one dol
A BachelQr Maids Club is being or
ganized in Newberry, having for Its
purpose the distribution of charity to
the needy. It is a worthy organization. I
We will give fuller particulars in the
Mr. R. Y. Leavell has had his two
furniture stores overhauled and paint
ed and he has them filled with an e%e
gant line of furniture and -will tako
pleasure in showing you through and I
will be delighted to see you.
The new council has met.and decided
that they will take charge on the 22nd, t
the same date that the present council
went in. So that settles it, for this
year. There should, however, be a
fixed time and we believe it should be E
Mr-. Fergus McClellan, a veteran of I
two wars-the Florida and the Mexi
can-who died in Newberry County
last week; aged 86 years, was not borni
in Ireland as the account we copied
Tuesday from the News and Courier t
stated. He was a native of Newberry.
Mr. James L. Kennerly who has been
clerking for M. L. Spearman & Co. for
some time has accepted a position in
the Carolina Manufacturing Company
and will travel for the company. Mr.
Kennerly is a good clever follow and
we wish him abundant success in his
The ladies of the Lutheran church
have quite a number of very pretty
pictures on sale at the drug store of
Young and Co., on lower Main street 1
which they are selling very cheap.
Any of the beaut,iful pIctures would
make a nice Christinas present. Call
an.d see them.
The old council passed a resolut'
on Wednesday that they would be
ready to turn over on t.he 1st of Janui
ary. The time for~ the inauguration ofI
the new council should be a fixed date.
The transfer should be made with the
new year and if there is no other way
to fix the time it should be done by act
of the Legislature.
Send the editor a Christmas present
in the shape of a renewal of your sub
scription or a paiyment on back dues.<
If the 1,000 subscribers who are in ar
reams would only sendl one dollar' each a
it would be a merry Christmas to us be
cause we could then make others happy.
This is a very small mnatt,er to you.
Will you not attend to it at once.
The express agent requets those who
have packages to send off from now un
til the,holidays are over to bring them
to the'ofice as early in the morning as
possible so as to give time to make out
bills and assure gett,ing them off the
same day. There are a great many
packages being sent now and Mr. B3ur
ton and his assistants, Messrs. B3oozer
and Mittle, desir'eto be accommodating
and to get off the packages promptly,
and if you will heed this request you
will hellp them.
Three charming and blnshing and
handsome young maidens in company
wit,h a staid old inmrried1 man, a mem
ber of their family, decided to have a
little fun one night last week and at
the same time test the charity of the
residents on Calhoun street,. They
blacked their faces and started out beg
ging for pennies and bread. They
went, to seveiral homes with their pilti -
ful pleas for help anid were soon loaded
with hard biscuits and a few pennies
and dimes. The symp)athies of some of
the residents were so ar'ouse d that in
addition Ito responding to thme appeal
for aid they and the hoggars wept to
get.her. A t one laice they were recog
nized and were invited in to chocolate
and cake. They had lots of fun and
found all the resident,s charitably dis
Cream4 Tlartar I
Extracts, &c I
5S lbs Fruit, Cako, in tin box, $1.85.
Cranberries 10 cents per quart.
Give us a call,
R. Ri JONES.
We are prepare
Vases of al
A handsomo Liv
We would infor
TIE WEDDIN(i MAtCII.
dlr. Rob Boy Wat,.on and 31 iop Jennie Cora le
Wain Keep the Ste,.
The Presbyterian ehurc'I this after
3oon at half past four o'clock will he a
cene of beauty, and the celebration of
.he union of happy hearts will note the
)rowning event of the occasion.
Miss Jennie Leoneid Corrie and Mr.
7ob Roy Watson are to be married, the
-ev. J. Lowrie Wilson, D. D., assisted
, the Rev. T. H1. Ple:nmons, perform
ng the ceremony.
The church has been attractively
lecorated, and the presence of friends
,o witness the ceremony, will complete
he scene on this interesting occasion.
Mr. Watson has charge of the tele
rraph olice at this place, and by his
illiciency and courteous dealing with
our people has made friends in Abbe
,ille, and Miss Corrie is one of our
wettiest, young ladies, possessing lie
ompllishments and attractive grace.
The following young gentlemen are
o be ushers:
Mr. J. Allen Smith, Jr., Mr, Lau
'ence Parker, Mr. E. R. Thompson,
,nd Mr J. H. Perrin.
Miss Alma Corrie, sister of the bride,
s to be the maid of honor, Mr. Eugene
N'atson, brother of the groom best
Miss Norma Anderson, of Atlanta. is
o be bridesmaid, and Mr. Robert leav
11, of Newberry, groonisman.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson leave imedi
't.ely after the ceremony, on the five
i'clock train for Newberry, where they
vill visit relatives of the groom, after
which they will return to Abbeville
vhero they will be at home to their
riends.-Press and Banner, 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson are spending
he wveek in Newberry on a visit, to his
Send y'our addrese to HI. K. Bluckten
k'. Co., Ch iengo, and .get a free tsamplo,
>ox of D)r. ingsi's New Life' P'l's. A
rIal. will convince you of ttheir mteris.
rhese pmills are easy in acetion anrd atre
>articularly eff'ective in the cure of
Ionst.ipat Ion and Sick Headache. For
dlalariat and LIver t roubl)e9 they have
it etn provvd in valabe. TIhey utl.
tuaranlteed( to bn )prfe'ctiy free froam
~very dieleterious% sub stancee and to I.e
inrely vegetable. They do not weakeni
y theIr aet ion, but by giving tone '.o
bet stomnach and bowels greatly invht
~rate the system. Regular size 250.
>er box. Sold by lRobertson & Gilder
mid W E. Pelhaim. Druiggists.
Messrs. WV. J1. Epting and W. T. Ep
ng and Miss Dessie Epting will be
with mo a few days before Christmas,
vbere they willl be pileased to see their
riends and sell themn their Oh rlstmas
roods. W. W. Fu'nlmer. f&t 2t
Thne (Oiock Strucek Tihree Timnes.
It will he rememibered that when
here were severail arrests In Newberry
nome time ago for pilfering from the
tores, one par'ty, DeWitt .Jackson, was
irrested and Identified as one of the
arty by the fact that, a clock was
itolen anid that it struck as he walkcd
lown the street with it under his coat.
1'his same clock struck again when the
)tllcer's arrested .lrnekson, aind it, was
mnch conclusiv'e ev idence against, himi
W"at when the trial camne on before the
magistrate, the clock being in evidence,
that he entered the plea of guilty, and(
as he was signing the plea on tihe war'
rant ti' a cluck satriuck aigain. Th'i i
clock should he a warninrg to him In the
future and to all others that your crimc
wvill find yo.t out.
W. W. F'ulmer has Toys, Dolls auns
other Ch riatmas goo,ds. See hint he
tore buying. W. WV. Fulamer'. f&t 2t,
Rockland Co.'s and .J. B3. Lewis &
Co.s Gents' Customr-mnade, box cal
Shoes at. $2.50. - S. J. Wooten.
The regular elect,ion for the town wat
held on Tuesday. A light vote wat
po1lled and the elect,ion passed ol quiet
ly. The following - are the ollicia
Dr. 0. BI. Mayor......................8
Ward 1-J. W. Earbardt,.............2
Ward 2-E. Cabaniss.................2
Ward 3--W. F. Ewar't,................2
Ward 4-J. C. Myers ................
Ward 5-T. S. H ud son................
COMMaSS'ION ER 0OF PUll LIC WVORKlS.
IT. C, Pool..................,,,....g
kd to offer for ver
ief Boxes, Neck
te of Christmas Cards and Calor
m our friends t
'ES IN PA
& ILDEQ, D
New Ferillizer Firm.
Mr. J. D. Davenport will go Into the
fertilizer business on the fIrst of Janu
ary, representing the Columbia Phos
phate Company. U10 will have his
office on law range in the building for
merly used by Mr. M. A. Carlisle for it
law oflee. HO will not, sever his con
nection with the Dry Goods firm of
Davenport & Rienwick, but that business
will be in charte of Dr. M. A. Uenwick
while the fertilizer business will b2
looked after by Mr. Davenport. Ie Is
young and energetic and a good busi
ISH Man antId with that vetran in the
fertilizer business, Mr. .1. J. Lane, with
his olliee up tairs In the sane building,
the fort,ilizer trade in Newberry will
be lively next spring.
Mr. J. A. Blackwelder will move his
oflico in the same building with Mr.
're si nt utt M Kinloy to Nisit. AuinUs.
President McKinley and Cabinet will
Vibit Augusta on1 Monday, Duccmber
19th, to review the Second Army Corps
now encamped here. There will be an
inmnensn paraJe of eight thousand sol
diets throug h the principal streets cow
sisting of inifantry, cavalry, engineer,
signal, and hospital Corps.
The Charleston and Western Caro
lina Railway will sell tickets based on
practically one cent. per mile dis
tance traveled. Tickets sold on the
J8th and morning trains of the 19th,
good to return until the 21st.
Dr F.teelo to Lectuto os Saurday Night.
We have already made i.nt,ion of
the lecture on Saturday night by Dr.
S. A. Steel on "Hoie Life in Dixie
During the War," and again remiind
you not to forget it. The following ex
t,racts wvill give some ideaof what those
who have heard him think of the Ice
"The enchant,ing eloquence, the
beautifrui imagery, the touching illus
t,rat,ions, the bursts of impassioned ora
tory, the exalted though t comp)letely.
swayed the emotions of the vast audi
ence at, the speaker's will."
"'We have had 1Bob Taylor, Sa..i
.Jones, and all the st,ar attract,ions. but,
that is the hest. thing that has been
heard here.''"-Manager of Opera Hlouse,
Muskogee, i:d. Ter-.
'"The audieuce, which was a large
one, was very much delighted, and the
speaker at many piort.ions of his re
marks was unlable to proceed, on ac
countt of t,be applause. It wvas a graphic
picture of his own experien-e (luring
that thrilling period "-Louisville Cou
*A ist inguished1 Visitcar..
It, is not often that, we have so dis
tinguished a visitor in her line of
work as we had In Newberry this week
in the person of Miss Anna A. Gordon,
Vice President, of the World's Woman's
Christian Temperance Union. She was
for 21 years the conlldential secret,ary
of Miss Francis C. Willard, the Presi
dent, of the W. 0 T. U. during her life,
and Miss Gordon has written a life of
Miss Willard. She vwas with her dur
ing her entir'e work in the temperance
cause and is in posit,ion to have written
an excellent life of M iss Willard. She
was also a friend of Lady Henry
Somerset and has traveled around the
She was on a visit to the New .er-ry
Band of Hope andI met wit,h the chil
drnen Tuesday afternoon and also had a
special meet,ing of the ladles.
Mhe madle a talk to tbe clild ren and
expressed herself as highly pleased
wit,h the work of Li,his band and ex
prlessedI herself as perfectly charmed
with the attendance (of tbe ch lb ren
and t,he order and the knowledge and
interest atnd the song' and the ScrIp
tre quotations givenm by the chmil'irien.
in fact it, is an excellent band and the
interest Is kept upr.
Miss Gordon was the guest of Sena
tor- Geo. S. Mower- while on her visit In
.A. CosT I
Int ordler to rednco stock anid meet
theO low prico of di e. cotton, I will
sell amy entire stock of
Dry Gioods, Shoes, Notio'ns,
IAlillinery arid every thing ill
'stock until January 1st,
B in both stores at cost. Come at on3ce
4 and see for yourself, and take ad
vanitage of these big bargainis.
ol W. T. TA RURA NT.
'y low prices, a hr
AND GUT G]
Tie Cases, Dres
anld Bouquckt9 of
dars! A . Big ,i 1ne of Gel
iat we are prep
iggists, on th
D>r. W. R. Evaklm9 'vectilro.
There wias a good and apprecatlve
audience out last night to hear the lee
ture of Dr. W. 1. Evans onl the Philoso
phy of Fun. It, was a superb lecture,
and the Iaudience Was interested from
start to finish. Dr. Evans is an elo
(ent, speaker, and his word painting
is sot.thi ng remarkable, in fact. as line
as we havo ever heard. There was
music in his voice and music in his
words. His anecdotes were apt and
enjoyed by his hearers.
The lecturoe is an cloqupent plest for
m0tore sunshino in the h1omt1e, i it the
oflice, on tihe street, and it tle life.
God put beauty and syminetry in all
nature in order that we mt ight, enjoy It.
and be happy, atd we shtouh have some
of it In our. own lives, and eitn have it
if we only will. And why should there
not, be more happiness in t,he world?
and imor kind words spoken? Why
should we not he pelettnt und courte
ous to everybody instead of so oft,en
cross and complainin,, and unhappy
wit,h everybody and everything? We
need more sunshine in our lives and we
helieve that, the lecture last, night will
have un iniluenec for good on ttose
who heard it for a long time to come.
Wo need to hear more of that kind of
happy good cheer.
Best Ever Heard in Greenville.
Thie Greenville News, in reporting
the Noblet,t will case now oit trial lit
Greenville, has the following to say of
the speech of our fellow townsnan Col.
GCo. Johnstone, oneo of the counsel for
the plaint,iff In the case:
Col. George Johnst.one, of Newberry,
leading counsel for tite plaintiff, made
a brilliant argument at the end of yes
terday 's session. TVhough-al ways force
ful and logical, ho was at, times ex
t,retmely eloqunent, at other times bit
terly sarcastic. ils sp)eeeh waus Inter
esting, inst,ructive andl enttertaining, as
well1 as profound and strong. Whien
the court adjonitedl Iho was over
w helmed with compl1)1imenits attd htis
sp)eech was p)rontounted( 0one of the best
ever hteard in Greenville.
(Ocstral Luther Leaigto
To be Iteld at St. 'htilIi p's citur ch,
January 21, 1899.
D)evotinal exctiseM by the p)eCi
VTe Luther League as a fratertnai
organizationt-Messrs. ECdmund Shtealy,
R. I'. Luther, Hevs. G. S. l1ecar<ient and
W. K. Sligh.
Recitation by Myi ss Maggie larre.
I'he is i?ont of the I 'etntral Luthter
League.-MNIiss Maie liohb, Rters. J1. .1.
L ong, .1. II. F'ox antd S. 'T. Hallmnan. ,
i'ssay-[Home M issiotn Fild-M iss
STJATE'F OF SOUTH CARtOLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWJElIIRY
MAG.ASTRATE SUM MON S.
Samtuel .! Wooteni, Pla inttiff, vs. Fan-.
nle DIflle, D)efetndnt.
liy S S. Cunit tligngha, 10s( ., MaI I'I tc ul
ii and1 for' said( Cotunty of te satid
[ "OMPILAINTl HAV INO RICICN
U made iinto tue buy Mitoneil .1.
WoI oten thI at 1ani te IH hullie is itn
debted to htitt in the sm Httt'f tinte and
20-1(001 olars for goiorits aind mercht a*n
dise sol and( delivetred to Da .c .danit.
Thiat deminattd fo r pay itnetnt htas li,een
ttiadet aind refusedl Ihough Iing l-ast dueat.
These atre, thterefore, to .( rtlire- yeii to
s um n t he saidi D)efntdan it to a ppear
h, fore ttne, in tmy afle int New berry,
i-. (3, o. Ihet. 23.1 day of Janiuary, A I
1899), at 10 o'ctlo(*k a. ma., to atnsw er t ,
saido comp ~lint, copiies of whtiebI aro otn
Ille t in m ollhce, ot jud(gmt,ent wvill he
glvena atga inst yott by dofau t.
GIivent untder mry handl an d HEalI at
Newherry, H. C.. the 21th dioay of Noi
vember, A 1). 18918.
S. H. CJN N INGH A M. [ t s 1
Stalemient *19 20 Maigi't rate N. C
To M~lrs. V"~ anIe B I n flie, tntn- reid
denit, I)efndat: Pleitse lake ntele
pIlint Int thtis taclti Is dlulv flied in i he
4)1l1ce of(% Maglistra te M. 8 On untBi na
at Newlba rry C. HI.. H C., nt ithe 26 4i
day of N ovembher, 1898 and1( is now itt
theo records if sairt aitie.
5.8. CUNNINGHAM. [is.]
MI -gtla ae.
J. B. Walton hasn opented a Hfar
noss9 ShlOp) on Maint Stroott, niext door
to 0. Klotttnor's. Will tuako ntow
htarness andl repair old. Twen~tty-five
yoars experience. Prices roaisonjable.
Givo him your ordeors. Satisfaction
indsome line of
the Latest Stfles...
tred to meet all
25 cents off of every
dollar until Ist January,
1899, on the following
(IlothIIing i, 2 urn111itureJ-,'
Rugs, Ite. Ete.
On all goods in store
No. I and up stairs.
Our stock has been re
plenished since our big
sale in October. This
is really a better offer
than we have ever
made. Spot cash. No
Leader of Low Prices.
Prosperity, S. C.
in beautiful packages
from one to five
Als 1in pr [et.ty French IiUsk ets!
These goods are put
up especially for the
Young's Drug Store,
AT COPELAND Bros'
You will find( the liest
Goods sohl( at rlow~~er pr'ices
th1an inaferior good s are sold
Ifo at, other 'Ihces.
'11'ho 1best Is ii aways I hie cheapes i1t-e.
pocilly II you2 c3anI lb y Ih I est I aSfii
cheap as 15we s''ll i. We. keep ai g.ooO
Paulies, Na, liIons, (vena5 11 le:t ,r
H1 o)1.lry, Umbrell I I'is, \1 aek in tosh ( ' i.
WE SEL.L IIEM TIS WAY:
Goodi C'in IITh'. I est, CalIleo, 4Ic.
' i n i. 5!-V -v ' a i. flng, 58.
U o'i lIrin g, -l0.
A good 9 az. all wooil .Jeuans, I ;g*.
G(otl 1H2%~ Huits $1 ili'd 11p.
Men's $5 Sib's ( 'Ia :h' fr $250o.
Menw's $101 SHits I r .50)f
Hlenvy Hroguie fron1, 65'. to Si 25.
(Ohild ren's Sho" frini 50.. ii a ., iii pr
3-b In2(1 Wool (hu isg ])rL',s ( -efs | i.
3x1 " " " " 215,
412 10n3h B eck Flgu'i'd Malhir I>
*" 25 1andbls' Fln 1)r ., se a si
$2 00 ' '' " "' $1.65.
$1 5) " " "' " 01
*3 00 " ' " W25O.
I('A '' ! CAl F>- y 1
bHeady InOadea shbr '', vi ry' ice and1(
cheap'i rmi 11 .0 - f)l 0, a ccont, i)3311 ng to
(C 'nm to usi. and1 .a 1 v. l prove an3 y
thiing we ad(ve*i ..
I opelargd Sps.
Malin Street, Newhierry, M. C.
A lar'go lot, of liilt on, Brown A
Co.'s New Shioes just, ieceivedj at, A. C
Values and Prices
Rule the Day!
Jamiesvii Aukvs Lowest Prices I
Jatieson Offmra Top Values I
\ly htumtim-s Htot-k1 it aivreat. hwInmR,
tttraction-worth yir wile to iunpect
it, buto b. y r w-i i y uitr while to save
-Wone ,y . i n itg fr i me, for while
muy P*rive dl-eilies the (tik-hioti, the
Vialut polvatmes its 4ustotner. There Is
1i coinibi i ii'lo t hat cat overc0o1ne this
ltw of tratde. Ve are utal "exlierl
nenfts " We are here to build ip our
,uslbtit by inaking prices right and
dyClg -od Virs for .)our money.
Oue ia-ess fin (t< effort ;s your sue
-ess. Whenl .N ' t cit g t.d thing, hold
on to it.
is fhe "0d Rellablo" in
r101.41i-1s . pei' V wiet It c n t to
myll-ii1j il his line,
I ry by 1. 4 at o.1y h" sp, 4-id Iwi
iot wic ,o I b . rs n tit l.ainieson'ti. No
e(Il it) himtl I r "burgains" dull and
111le. W .- ti. till eutlting a wi e
u\t a t hs l ilie hisih prieus itro falling
'eti i rit. keen 4 %tit of suectsts. Our
:.0114 w 01re boug h lt to .4 -VI-ot to lay
pi shlf tnd cotmiur, and we propomo
411.0 VIVII ir fO 'lit-p WirSll (10 it.
Do't pay out your money unt I
t,ol h0t, what. wo Cal do for yon.
Is helh .ters for
Ik showing grvat vallies
Kon's and Boys' Suits
it lower prices than otheri
II a,; t he largest and Best
line 0f 'l8OE1S at lower
prives thanl other-s darelae.
WVill not bie 11ndersl-80
lwicws Ona lly goods ill his lile
Bee-Hive of Bargains
HT'ANI)S A1IICAD) 01' A LL
()lilt I N l.\lNS'ICl IUtCI1ASIC~S EN
ales us. t.S o (ofer indIucemnti*io bc
o the reac o (LCt(f all pojssile c!ompet,431
oolfet's of coin pet Ill oll enH stin t,11
id to f em,It,omerl- drti .ing1 fromt t,ho
'pp t- t,t the lowm' 01nd oif Alain stree'r,
vbIerej t,het Ie i. 1 ve. of Hagi ns04( 1 un0
nd aill to
1,000 Bargains are .
within the reach
Liav ing, Wa lking Advotisrs (10
A)I o toxt st1orO thatt 50118 goods8 as
odheap as we (1o.
So do your traidinig with
Tlhe1"t ''aiid Sqtuarle Daciler'.
FRED H. DOMINICK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWEER RY, S. C.
OIlico oni Law Raitge oI O. Mc ) iR
Hfolmos0' Cotton Oflico.
K ( They're the hats
for looks. They're
the hats for com
~ ~ fort. They're the
d hats for wear.
I Hats more than
- \ \satisfy.
\ Stiff and Soft
styles in both.
0. M. Jamieson