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Columbia, Janury 1.--This is the
first day of the new year. ''his year
will round up the cent.ury. 'Ihe past
year has been one of great indistrial
progress in this State. All branches
of industry have felt the good effects.
In cotton mill building there has been
great activity and more railroad has
been built than for severtal years pre
I would be delighted if it could be
recorded that Newberry had built that
other mill. I hope it, will coie this
year. This year , houhtld a!so bring us
sewerage and a k;nittin"g mill. l'nter
prises of this kind are the things that
build up1 at cotumiunity. a:tl the county
in which they are located.
The new year h:ts also brought us
the coldest weather of the winter, and
in fact the only real wintter weather we
have yet, hald. We had a most rienilark
able fall, and the most cha rmtinrg weath
er that heart, could desi) e.
'l'liis iotrir liig lit'; r iind in ('ol nirtt
bia is cotered wtitIi snot; which fell
during the night, and iicles hang in
beautiful irrd sparkling clusterv- from
the fountains. It is the lir'-t snow of
the season. 'I'his morning, however.
the sun shines out brightly and the
new year cornes in clear, < risli and
()ne week fron tomorrow tile I ,tgi
lature will asseinhe, an evertl.inrg itt
the ('apitol will have a lutht i appeatr
anee this week putting thn- house in
order for the lawm akers. 'ht' otlit"ina:
are busy eopttleting their annual r,
ports and wi.I have them ready a.- so .
as possible to subnit to t lc I,eg islature.
The Legislatir'e iecets so soon after
the close of the tiscal year that it. will
be impossible for somne of t he ollieials
to get their report; on the dt-eks of
meribers until sonie tirne after the is
seuhlng of the I.;r i:litture.
The Governor has )ett ilirsv for souie
days in the ptreparation of his anual
meSarg;e and cxl ects to present it to
the Legislature oni the openinrg da.y.
Ie will probably tiurn the copy over to
the State printe." tomiorrow or next
I. will endeavor to send for each is
sue of ''he Ierald and News a letter
coverinrg the work of the I egisl atire
and to keep our readers posted as to
the course of legislat ion.
I x1)epet that around the litluor ques
tion will centre muore interest, than any
other that will cormle up for conisi dera
tion. 'h1n friends of f.he dispensary
will no doubt haevo some irlportant.
arierinr ents to 1)1*1rpose to the Ipresent
law, but will make a strong tight for
t,he retention of te syst''. 'T'he ad.
v'ocates of local opition will putt up a~~
strong light for local opt-ion andu they
th inik that. t.he r'ecenit t.roubrle( i n
the boai'd of corntrol wtill he tor
t.heir advantage. The prohi ibit ion ist s
wvill puit, up tIrhe tusual figh t for' pro
hibit ion bu1t, their fores iare div!ied.
Some of them favor joiinrg forces wIth
the locatl opton ist,s whIileI others ilefer
t,he IDispenrisary to local. optionr. As a
r'esuIt, oif thle fighit I amr satis lied thle
Dispensary system will be r'etainre-l,
though thIe law will bre amiend(ed1 in risev
cr'al implo'rtrint pair'tieulartis. TPhIs being
the last session before the campauitgn
next yer, ro do(uibt mantiy oif the legis
lators will endeav'or to tra n their sil s
to catch tire polit.iera b)r'ee'z oif next
summriei'. Uponi thre whole, it will be a
very inrter'estirng session, anrd will Ibe
.Subscribe ftir TJheo Herald rand Newr,
arid if you are ailready a suibscriber piay
your subrscripltioni so that you mary keep
up with what. goes otn in tho harlls of
leg isla tion.
Wec hope0 ithiis maiy be0 a happyl~ rand
prlosper'ous yer to atll of oir rieatders.
l'. 11. A.
EITlt IAR, NOTES.
T1he city of Augustra has rulfered
frorm t,breo seioiis fir'es with in th. past
two morthsn. T1he auuthoities of the
cIty have iundter ai'iest, a whIt.o man
chai'ged wvithi being t.he I ncndiar'y.
Thei (load hoos of t,he battleshIp
Alaino have been brioughit, horme and
burred wIt.h rmilitatry honors in gi'ound
reserved for t,he naitionis hroes atL
A Convention of Souttherni Educatorsa
was held in Mlemphis, Tenn., last week
wit,h ovor a thousand delegates present,.
Ever'y Southern State was represented
and many .'isitors were pre'sCnt fr'om
the North, arid suibjects of Interest to
the dologatesr disse.d.
The General Assembly will convene
today a week.
Newborry strts out upion the now
year with very few business changes.
That as a rule is good for it is an
evidence ol success t,he past year. No
failurces to amount to a 'Grng Our
-' business men -start upon 'i ow yeatr
under ai;spicious ciroumnsta -That
they may find 4his stil a m o vr'os
.rotta year we sincerely hope.
TO FEBRUARY FIRST.
Elil' F(1l'AxM A\ilNT 0IF TAXEM j .X.
tIto (overntor andi Comptroller (lenorai
Tako iActIo)t-Cou.ty Trolasurern' 1)1
recteI to Forw,trd1 State Traosurer
aill Ioiey Collect'd to )ale. N
(Special to The Herald and News).
COJI7MIIA, S. C., Jan. 1, 100O.---Tho Y"
,overnor" ind Comptroller General
lave decided to extend the time for the
)ayment of taxes to February 1. Coun- s
y Treasurers are directed to forward
he State Treasurer all amounts col
ected to date.
NFIVli RY SIIOULI) ISAVIC 1'1'.
We publish in another colunn a corn
nunintion from Mr. W. C. Peterson, \V
If the t'ounty, coneI'll ing the total
ite of the sun in Mlay and the
ooating of an observatory in this city. ti
We henrtily agree with Nilr. Petorson t
u all that he says and shall use every
:tfort on our part, to obtain an obser
tatory for Newberry. It will bring 1
a)any visting atronom11ers here and
Netberry has the hotels and boarding
hotses to furnish all the acoiodations
iicessary, anid there is 120 reason Why
we rhoul not have it. What says tho
busines;s men of Newherry
'Thie (Cliniton N ew pub r i lihed by the
li'barrott br'others, will be known hero- I
ifter as The Ifanurels County News,
anid will be p.uhI'.shed at lanurens
Court lIlouse. ''hae News is a bright
anl neey littIe pper and deserves
'lnt ''hrbii,i Ig Illend ee, '[
W\ouh(I <1ih-kly leave you, if you used
I)r. Iing's N v I.ite Pills. Thousands '
of sulere'rs have proved their mtat-el"
I ss met'ri t fir Sick and Nervous I lead
arbhts. They mnte ho pur blood and
si rig roh r liIves and build 111p your health. \
I':tsy to taike. Tiy them. Only 2
('ents. AMoney back if not eured. Sold
by aif l'ruggists.
llatl frrd News.
M r. Iirnest, l'aysinger sold his Ilanta
tion to the iev. Ii. W. \Vhitaker last \
wtek. Air. I'atysinge' has moved ivlna
NI r. I ongshore, his father-in-law. I
Anot.her of Hirtford's m111uch etAeemed
fanilies h1ats gon 1', to the re;gret. of all. C
Mlr. J. W. Derrick has not finished V
his dwelling yet., somie inconvenienee 1
('81aused by delhy in secutrig the 1lbe'
h indering him. '
Messrs. (Ge. and 1Iugh Fellers, of
Greenwood, are expected to he visiting "
relat-ives In this and Colony communi
Lit's Christ mas.
The following is the honor roll for
iartford school for 1)ecember: Olin S
13nzhardt., ('leone and Marguerite
llayes, ilddie, ( tady, Irank and J. C., 1
Jr. I11p, Iilland Paysinger, l'aul and
\Waloker,Whitaker, and Weeser Sumi
m1er. The honor roll is to he abolished U
atfter this mont,b. 'l'he ent,iro enroll- \
ment has reached twent.y eIght. Theo
school closed 22nd( Inst. for' the holidays
2a12d will re'sumie work Monday, Janu12- I
ariy I mt.. Th'ie truistees ha(ve just com-i
piletetd the digging of the well.
Nilr. G. I1I. Sum mer' wet to Columbia
on bunsiniest last l"riday.
Master l'ide ciip ha1)Iiid the isfor'
tulne of having his wrist.sprained badlly
at sel'ool 1last week.
Metissrs. 1I. Lee II[ayes and P. L. l'tay
singer have been assist.ing as stalesmen
in Newberr'y dmli'ing t.ho week prteced
ing thle holidays.
D)ee. :':, ISi00.
11lappy3 New Yeai', to you2 Mlr. Etlitor', e
antd all your readers.
C h ristmuas 1has comie and2( gone1 wYit,hi
all its pleasures anid gooditings.
Let, us alt makce good resolutions, to e
en ter upon0 t.he dt lebs (if t.he new year. 5
MiIss Sallito I"ritz, of Newborry, is
spiendinig a week with Mrs. 11. IL. Bur
Miss Hlallie Hawk Ins, who is teach- '
lug school atL l'eaks, N. C., spent, 1her
holidays untder the iiar'ent.al r'oof.
Mi'. Geo. I':pps and sister, ILcy, of
MaybhinrgtLon, spent)1 SaturI day and2( Sun
day with friends in our midlst.
Mr . Wmi2. I. Wei to, of 'Thle IIerald
imd( New.s ollce, spent sever'iai of the r
holidayd 13Sw ith hiIs fr'iendl Mr . 1". C. t~
The school out, here gave holiday p
fr'om the 22nid, to the 2nd of JIanuary.
Ni r. 8. A. ~Jeter has moved into 1.i
ne(w homo11 ini Beth IEden. Weo extend --
1, hert,y wel1como2 to himsel801f and famn- S
Miss Maggio Bonner, (of Due2 West,
S. C., is on ia visit, to her' aunt, Mr's. F
L A. IIawkins.
Itobbedl the iraivo,
A stairtling IncIdent, of w hleh Mr. p)
John OlIver of Philadelphia, wasII the h2
tlbject, Is narrated by 1h1im as follows: a
"I wras In a miost drieadfl conitloon. p
My skin was almiontyellow,oyes sunken, a
ton)guol coa1ted, pain1 coniltiually in 11
back and aides, no I appite -gradtually v
r'owIing weaiker (lay by' (diy. T'hree st
ma:'tely, a1 frIend adv ~ised try Irg Eiee- LI
I rio 1BIter's; and2( to my13 greait joy antd LI
murprise, the lIret bottle made(11 i deelded t1
impirovemenrt. I contInued theIr use
for thr2eo weeks, and am no(w a well
manW. 1 know thet.y saIvedI liy lift', and1(
robbedc( thlo gr'ava of another vlotim.''
o) one0 shouild fail to try them11. Only T
50 e., guaranteod at all Drug Stores.
Patterne are sold sticOlIy for cash, di
mid are not oxchangeablo..
i. 13 .r. WanL.n,
1M ts. .'. I.ueas \V:tk. I (tI i.\ . I -is.
!1 t ary . "1 i nilo r tons.i antS ; s tirlinl; a
%V t.\l: ! i lt'ln w1ith n-tlJt(ive(s.
AI r. I'rui; : ;(lrltarm:uII and fait I ly
lent Satu-day with i; II. I,0I)gshore.
Mliss s-illie Sp man is tu-ndinlg ia
w dayt with 11-". NI. HI. IaEttg-iio;e.
Thu .\iisse.) I):ih ritick I-ft, todavt for
inety-six, wi . r- thr ; wiil sr nd
)ottt two weeks.
The leavy fret'zes tire lifting the
>l;;; 1 -.ir out of the r1rou1nd1. We
ar that l.;e wltat, will be damaged
11r. (' . A' lizuztelr * i, of A'tigti.i ,
(ut last night in the t.ity.
We aro glad to Iet:u-n Of.1. N. 1t:eder's
t,urn South. We know that Jack will
r the samle old smilt.s.
lr. o'imn trouuh, of Columbia, is
- hI ( l1!iimttnas davs with his
We are b l.t! Ir) I". a n that, Rtev. W.
. tlankin will ke)ep his sano charges,
ush ltiver and Mt Zion.
hlr. Tobo Crouch cnn now he seen on
e streets at Chappels. Ie is with
r. George leid.
The people seem to be in better
irits this Christnas, though none
mlplain of h '.vitg too tmuch mollcy.
A Frlgttful iIIundcler.
Will often cautse a horriblo 3tt)trn,
-ald, Cut or Bruise. Biuck leIn's Arn iea
ilve, tho best In the worit, Will kill
to i'ain and promptl.y hell it. Cures
id S res, Fever S,'res, Ulvtrs, loils,
elotrs, Corns, all Skin 1Eruptions.
e4t Pile cure on earth. Only 2) ets. a
'x. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
'T I1C MAN W1ITHOUT TiHE 110C.
he weight of ccthturies he does not
o feel. IIe lies upon his back and
[e bears the dust of ages on his faco
Vithont it turmrnt. Bilt he feels a
thir=t thltt will impel hiin presently,
it,l great reluctance, to up-end himlt
od work the town to (Iuence it. Look
'o gave him that Ctonsumt ilng thirst?
icarnadined that, nose? W ho put that
f ennui in his lash, lack-luster eyes?
Jho wore the clothes originally which
ang in festoons about him now? and
urned himi out i grass? Approach
and ask himn:
My rusty friend, my poor, world-wea
'er whom the modern ear of Jugger
ruthlessly (oth seem to have been
he m11anlile4 wit,hin thee crushing
nd making these a flattened imitation
f a human being, wilt thou tell me
lho is the author of thy miseries?''
11'gosh, I dunno who!" ho makes re
All that I can rickollect is that one
Vhcn I was hocin' in the field, I
'o hear a voiec that, sal; 'T'hrow
downt that hoe!'
dunno who it was--I never knowed
hut, boss, I dratpped that hoe, and I
'elt. like workin' since, an' I never
.'spect to!" -Ch icago Tribune.
A Thou,tutiel Tonigues
Could not express the raptutre of An
io E. Springer, of 1125 Howard st.,
'h1ilaidel phia, Pta., wvhen she found that
)r. King's New D)iscovery for Con
umplitionI hadl compIletely cuired her of
hackitng cotugh that for many years
ad made life a burden. All other
emredies and doctors could give her tno
elp), but she says of this Royal Cumre
-"It soont removed the pain in my
hest and1( I can now Bleep soundly,
:>mething I can scarcely remember
olng before. I feel like sounding Its
raises throughout the Uniiverse" So
i every ono who tries Dr. Kinig's
lowv Discovery .for any trouble of the
'hroat Chest, or Lungs. Price 50c. and
1.00. Tial bottles free at all Drttg
tores; every bottle guaranteed.
[OTILE W'lER tONSUMER8.
[ HE ATTE~NTION oF WATE~R
.consumers of t,he city is called to
ie fact that it is strictly against the
dles to allowv water to trun in order to
1event freezing, and such will not be
>lerated. P. J. VOSS,
Su per'i ntendenit.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY--IN
dward R. HIipp, Plaintiff, against
Iveson Johnson, Defendant.
Summons for Reolief,
o the Defendant above named:
ETOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
L and required to answer the come
laint ini this action, of which a cop)y is
erewith served upon you, and to servo
copy of your answer to the said comn
laint on the subscr-ibo 's at their offico
Newberry Corn. House, South Caro
na, within twenty days after' the ser
co hereof, exclusive of the day of such
irvice; and if you fall to answer the
>mplaint within the timoe aforesaid,
to laintiff in this action will a pply to
to court for the relief demanded in
Dated December 20th A. D. 1899.
SCFIUMPECRT & F.0LLO*AY,
o the De fendant above nathed:
Take n6tice that the complaint in the'
>ove entitled action was ftled in the
flce of the Clerk of Cour$ of Commlon
leas for Newberry County on the 2Qth
iy of DecemberAD. 1893.
SCHUMPERT+ & HO6LLOWAY,
And all kinds of
See our special Plush
Capes, $2.50 to $5.00.
See our line of Jackets
$3.00 to $10.00.
See our marked down
Dress Goods for bar
gains among them for
See our 428 Black
Ribbed Hose, extra
heavy extra value.
See our line Ladies' Under
Special heavy Union Suit
Special heavy Fleece Lined
See our 8c. Outing, splen
(lil value for the IJice.
Soc our line Damasks with
Napkins to match.
We are anxious to show you
throu _ our stock. Every de
partment i i up to the usual
Wo promise you polite attention,
reliable goods at prices as low as can
be made. We do not sell shoddy
goods. We do sell good clean mner
chandiso, and ask you to look in on
us while doing your December shop
ping. Yours truly,
STATE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY--IN
Sarah U. MafIett, Mattie J. Sloan and
John C. Halfacre, Plaintifts, against
Elizabeth H. Norris, Henry Archie
Sloan, John Calvin sloan. Albert E.
Sloan, Benjamin B. Sloan, Samuel
A. Sloan, Iirt M. Sloan, Emma 8.
Norri.s, Johni E. Buzhardt, Thlomias
Wilson, Ann:ie WVIlson, Frank WVilson
and A lice WVil sn, D)-fendantsa.
Summions for Relief.
To the .'fend ants above niamed:
YOU AR~E HEREBY SUM
moned and required to answver
the comiplaint in tis action of which
a COPY is herewith served upon
you, and to serve a copy of your
an1swvir to the said complaint on the
subIscribers at their ofice at Newbierry
Court Hlouse, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the service hereof
exclusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintifis
In this action will apply to t,he Court
for the relief demanded in the comn
D)ated Newberry, 8. C., November
23dl, A. D). 1899,
H UNT & H UNT,
'To i.e D).:, iants, Henry Archtie
Sla Th.nas Wilson, Annie Wil
son, Frnk Wilson and Alice Willson:
Take not ice that the complaint in tb'e
above en tied action wass filed in the
olllee of the Clerk of th'e Court of Com
mon Pleas for Newberry County
01) the 23rd day of November, A. D.
1899. HUNT' & HUNT,
STATE'F OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF -NE WBERRY-1N
Edw. R. Hipp, Plaintiff, against Iveson
Johnson, Defend ant.
Summons for Relief.
Tol the Defendant, Iveson Johnson:
Y~ O AREHERE'BY SUM
mnecd and required to answer
the complaint in this action, of which
a copy is herewith -served upon you,
ard to servo a copy of your answer to
the said complaint on the subscribers
at their omfce at New be.-ry Court House,
South Carolina, within twenty days af
ter t,he service hereof, exclusivo of the
day of sue'. service, and if you fail to
answer the cornplaint within the time
aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this action
will apply to the court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated 23d December, 1899.
SCH-UMPERT & HOLLOWAY.
To the Defendant, Iveson Johnson:
Take notice thlat the complaInt in
the above entitled action was filed in
offIce of the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas for Newberry County on the
23rd of December, 1899.
SCHUM PERT & HOLLOWAY,
Plaintiff's A ttorneys.
MR.R. . 4ENESON.Ror dle. Ha uta eda
DR PSY C SS itsg,.,
DR. U. U. GREREN' AOnB. nna K A t1a..t'. rQ
P O T A S i -gives color,
flavor and Jirmness to
all fruits. No good fruit
can be raised without
Fertilizers containing at least
8 to io% of Potash will give
best results on all fruits. Write
for our pamphlets, which ought
to be in every farmer's library.
They are sent free.
GERIAN iA LI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
Special Meeting of Stock
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
.LX Stockholders of The Newborry
Warehouse Company is by order of the
Board of Directors called to meet at II
o'clock a. in., on the 17th day of Janu
ary 1900, for the purposeof considering
the question of increasing the capital
stock of said company from $t,000 to
$15,000. The meeting of the Stock
holdormwill be hold at the ollice of said
company in the town of Newberry.
GrEO. W. SU1MMER, President.
CIHAS. E. SUMM ER, Secretary.
Dcc. 15, 1809.
Notice or Application for the
Appointment of Guardian.
NOTICE IS IERIBY GIVEN
that application will be made to
Ion. 1). A. Townsend, Judge of the 7th
Circuit, at his chambers at Union, in
the County of Union, in the State of
South Carolina, on Wednesday, the
third day of January, 1)00, at 10 o'clock
a. m., Jr es soon thereafter as Counsel
can be h.ard, for the appointment of
W. W. Hodges, Judge of Probate for
Newherry County, S. C., as public
guardian for Hattie B. Irvin and Annie
M. Irvin, who were eighteen years of
age on 23d July, 1899.
''he estate of said minors consists of
an interest in a life insurance policy in
"The lMlutual Reserve l'und Life Asso
ciation, of New York," on the life of
their father, Robert C. Irvin, deceased,
and will amount to about $333.33 each.
That no fit, competent and reliable
person can be found who is willing to
assume such guardianship.
SARAH S. X IRVIN.
F. L. BYNL'M.
Newberry, S. C., Dec. 18, 1899.
Fine Watches, Rings, Broaches, Studs,
Sleeve and Link Buttons, Silver
Novelties, Silver Table Ware,
Cut Glass, Gold and Sil
ver Spectacles and
Whb:ch we will close out, as .we will
discontinuo keoping them.
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
The City Market
And ready to serve you with the best
Give us a trial.
Hides and country produce bought
at ruling prices. Yours to please.
The c1.t3r M%a'.et
Jno. W. Taylo,
MAKE YORSI'x AT llO
InM ou2oksoeu1i o idjs
BooE YOUSL WAT10
or your friends want. They are he
In such a
one cannot fail to find their favor
author or an interesting subject
some now writer.
Books, containing beautiful thoug
in beau$Iful bindings. Books of p1
facto, in plain bind Irigs. JOvery kind
Book at every price fronm th?ee ce
upwards. Attractive Novelties in
Stationery line, too.I
Thi6 uako a pretty and useful
.Half nutiful Jaco landkorch
Half autiful Laco IIandkerch
Atd es at $1.5G, $1.75, $2.00
Thos, , Around" Tids are boa
We m ring many pretty articles
COA RLY while the
See gs, Art, Squares, Carpets,
ased to show you whothe
That on for past patronage an
I am yours truly,
"Suleir own praise."
HAS i WIFE, DAUGHTElR,
ORt, R BEEN LONGING
R A PIANO?
Why L) her onb for Christmas?
-one so celebrated, reliable,
sweet rMT1E' PIANOS.
We' burden your purse with
a BIG JE, and we'll give you
CON tNT TERMS in which to
do the g.
Cat and book cheerfully
'HAS. M. STIEFF,
Piano :ufacturer, Baltimore,
Mary]. Factory Branch Ware
room,. ortli Tryon Street, Char
Y LINE OF
LOTS OF NICE
Ar, invited to con.e and ex
>J; W. WHITE,
in Street, Newberry, S. C.
F YOU WA N T(r
EnP IT FROM KENTUJCKY.
$US $39.9AND WeWILL
YOUJ 4 FULL QUARTS
rHe CELEBDATED OLD
eny point in U.S. C ss of Denver)
ithout marks indicating contents:
II WAS MwADE IN OLD KENTUCKY
/G. COLDEWEY & CO.
.G N9 231 W.MAIvt4 l T e
)ISVI LL E, K ENTUCKY.
t848 - ReREN -ANlY L.OCAL BAMXN
tice of Final Settlement,
'TICE IS HEFREBY -GIVEN
~hat.I will meake a final settlement
Oestate of Lewis .A. Perk ins, de
1, in the Probate Court for New
SCounty, S. C., on. Wedlnesdayj
t7th ay of Januar n a,at
Iafter apply fo'r let.ters dilsnissory.
per ons having claires agsinfst the
estate will preet the entne'dul:
~ted on or before that date, ab~
Sindebted will pay the same on or
Xo TJTHE M. 1 FELLE1'Rs
:cu tor af the estate of Lewis A.
ins, deceed. -
~bobr 18th, 1899.
NHAT WILL YOU GET
IN; 1)1E LI\- o
NOTIONS, DRY GOODS AND
That will be Hold at Vootens.
''ho markets of the world have
>oon drawn onto su pply our needs and
he wondorftul display of beautiful
oods is worth ;oming miles to see.
And there is a saving to be effected
co. Such vallo, such beauty, style
md f"oshnes.i should have a higher
)rico set on it. But little figures rule
I proent to a lady, and is choap at
ofH in separate boxes $1.00
iofs in soparato boxes $1.25
itios-ask to sco thom.
in the way of Glove Cases, Pictures
SELECTION IS GOOD.
Table covers &c.
r you buy or not.
d wishing all a merry Christmas.
On its 40th anniversary
July 26th, 1899, the
Equitable had on it9
books outstanding as
surance for ONE BIL
The Assets exceeded TWO
HUNDRED and SEVENTY
Its surplus was more than
SIXTY MILLION DOL
Both Men and Women at the
It is perhaps the strongest
Life Assurance Company on
It writes any kind of policy
the assuredI may want.
CALL ON or WRITE to
For Rates and Plans.
VzPOffice under N\ew
We have come here
to do business, and pro
pose to do so at
guaranteeing fit and
workmanship. We will
handle a full line of.
and Trouse ring,
the latest designs in
Foreign 'and Domestic
Fabrics, to which we
invite your inspection.
$COTT & CARISON,
L. Md. SPEERL
All kinds of' Marble and
Also Methc ,vewBoroa and Cloth
Caskets and Cases!
Service in this line pronmptly attended
Next Door to Herald and News Office,.
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