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Knights of Pythias
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
~1 'A T' ID CO ' \ViNTlON8 0]
L i l.'ldire wiL bo bell tho 2w
aitidI 4th Tu(6H(dyi ;gh' of each mot
at ' 7.30. Visiti i'm ia h UIlitj corialili
wolcomtled. 1H10A. 1l>. lNG,
, K. f.ailld S.
NF,itaeu c4, iti )N 31Auitr. i,1
(C:orrected twice a weIk by .. W. Ga'y & Co
September t, 100.
Good M iddling .... . ............. W
DvWit,' Lttle -ly Itisors tr
UO1mpK, IMIatable, , sat powerful
purifying little pills. At, Gilder's Cor
ier 111rug Stor.e.
1e1ting of Out:rty Alaince.
The (hird quarerly tet,iltg of Lh
County Alliance will be lId on Pri
day, October 5 ih , I I o'clock a. in ,
the Cour1thouse. All sub alliances ar<
VC(Iluested to senld delegates.
t. T. C. 11 NTEH,
C P. loi.:, sec'y. Pres.
You canl spell It cough. colT, caugh
kouf kafk, koul, (ir kaugh, but th
only harmb1si remedy Ilhat quicklj
curls it is One Minluto Cough Cure
At Gillder's Corner I)rug Store.
No matter what prices ar(
quoted you, I will always be
TO prevent consuiption quickly clim
throat, and lung troubles wite One Mi
nute Couht Cure. At Gilder's Cornei
No uso looking routid when you go t<
Flynn,he sells more for - 1.00 thanl soi
:other houses sell for .I). You bet or
Flynn you wiln sure. It,
Large sun spots, nstronomneri say.
caused the extreme beat this sum1mer,
and doctors declare nearly all the pros
trations were indue -d by dijorders 0j
the stomach. Good health follows goo(I
digstion. Kolol I).spepsia Cure di.
t,$ests what you eat. It pu have indi,
etion or dyspepsia IL will quickly re
Mev and permant-ut'. cure you. Al
tOllder's Corner Dru.! Store.
About, two week5 a, from a yard or
M taln streeL In NeW ocry. Wheel paint
ed black, with 4m.t I spioeket wheel
front tire brown. i'-Il 'l r blec, sad
die-piece of leather e t <i. Libera
'reward will be Iaid 1 .1 information I:
t it WETsT MANGUM.
Samwhre betwon) the Nationa
Bank and (Crotwell MMot, or betweei
the Crotwell Hotel ;t d Suninet Bros.
$24.00. The finder will be rewarded b)
leaving same at tili. oflico.
PoIsonous toaC.st-ools rcsembli;n
mushrooms have can id frcquent,deathi
this year. Be sui - lo use only thi
genuine. Observe tito same care whet
you ask for DeWitt's Witch Haze
Salve. There are poi-onous counter
felts. DeWitt's is the only origina
Witch Hazel Salve. It is a safe amc
cartain cure for pilDs and all skin; di
seases. At Glilder's Corner D)rug Store
Fifteen thousand yards o
white Lawn, short lengths, reg
ular 25c. quality, only I10c.
Best Patent Flour on eartl
at $4.35 at C. J. -Purcell 8
S Everybody that trades $2.50 a
Iflynn's gets a handsome pre~sent free
Ladies wanting something that is su
perior value in dry goods and shoe
will do well to visit l"lynn's. .It
T1he most datinty and ehTective p)111
made are D)eWitt's Little lEarly Risers
/' They are unequaled for atll liver anm
bowel troubles. Never grIpe. At Gil
dor's Corner D[u g Store.
Just to make things lively
Wednesday every article in ou
(store will be sacrificed.
The emergency bags sent by a chure]
society to Kansas soldiers in the Phil
Ippines contained among the necessi
ties a box of D)oWitt's Witch Haze
Salve, the well known curo for piles
injuries and skin diseases. Trho ladle
tookc care to obtain the original Dc
Witt's Witch HlazeblSalvolknowing tha
all the counterfeits are worthless. Gi'
rking,away ini the from
lret class goode optt trc
All the Cotton Sesi
you have for sale.
H ighest market pric
M. L. Spearman & Cc
.If you want som"thing new, preti
andu uptodate in dress gioods and sill
* The progressive nations of the worn
are the great food consuming nation
Good food well digetedO( gives strengl
If you cannot digest all you eat, yc
need Kodol D)yspepsia Cure. t, diges
what you oat.. Yon neced not dilet you
salf. It contains all of the digestan
combined with the best known toni<
and roconstructives 1t will cyoen d
eost all classes of fo'ds in a bottln. It
other preparation will do this. It, i
8tantly relieves and quickly cures a
asomach troubles. At, Gilder's Corni
AARU11S AND AL. AInOUT.
See city tax ordinance.
ir. 1ienry 112avitd is at M iml] nu h's.
11i's [,ut MeMeekenl, of laitirelhi, is
elerking at, Mimnaughit's.
WO haMVC hd 10s onli reatl mmmer
weather within the past few days.
M r. C. E. C >ts, of Sal (la, Wats onl a
visit last week to reitItives at I elelta.
Miss Nellie White left S ituridty for
Atlanta where she will attend college.
Mt. and "M Irs. Josepi 'eat-se, of
\Vaterloo, Were visiting at, Helena la4t
Miessrs. E. L. Ml this and J. II. l0eur
) ifoy, of Salud:,, spent Sii1tinay in New
The teacier's examination will be
held on october 12th, in tle court
.i iss Lilian Glenn left yetterday for
Silver Street where site will teach
Thu election ol the special 2 mill
Graded School tax Vill be held otn Wed
R1ev. M. G. G. Scherer will preach at
lileln next, Sintday ifternloonti at : :10
Sotne young lidies keep the same
measurementof walst while increasiing
Miss Nellie Coats returned Ia.t week
from Cross 11111 and Vaughanville wher0
site htas been visiting relative.
NI r. I,%Ud Fair will leave tomorrow for
Wofford College, Spmatnhurg. Rud
will be missed at tite postollice.
Sunday atternoott tie Jewish New
Year celebration begau. Its observ
ance will continue throuigh today.
Ai tippropriate design for t womati's
belt would be one in the shape of a
mnt1,'s artL, the clasp formting a band.
It is said that, anMher, circus is
je alded this way atd .All follow close
'rei:ind the 8ells-Por-epau Itch agre
tqememlbe the eIbit,izeIns' mlleet,ing
Wedn.sday mtortninl(g to hear the report,
of the boar1-d of tmistees of the Graded
MI r. an Etet t I teives, of Charlotte, has
beei in tihe city for tie plst few days
visiting his sisters, Mr is. W. P. Ilouscal
and Nis. Theo. Johnstone.
A young lady of utr acquaintance
gained twenty pounds in seven wefks
while ott a visit in a ticighboring coun
ty. She had to make sonte new C!othes.
Rrof. R. A. Gentry who had been
electod to teach the MNt. Pilgrim school
in this county has declined to accept
the position, and will Leach a school at
The South Carolina Lutheran Synod
will meet in Columbia in its seventy
sixth atinual convention, ot -Wednes
day before the 4th Sunday In October,
at 10 o'clock a. im.
Mr. F. w. Higgins, of the county, is a
candidate for Clerk ot the Honse of
Representatives. Mr. Higgins is well
litted for such a position and if selected
will give perfect satisfaction to evctry
Miss 10lla O'Rouke, of Baltimotre, has
returned to Newbertry and is In charge
of the millinery de:'rtmnent at Alim
nautgh's srore. Site is an exper't miilli
. ner andi tmade many friendls bere last
Elijah Leitzsoy, a worthy old colored
man, whlo lived in the St. P'hilllp's com
muttity died ont Saturday. lie was 77
years of age, owned his own home an.d
was respected by theo white people who
A cletrk or shopkeeper ought always
to give what a customer calls for, or at
least point out the difTerence In the
goods, so that the customer will know
whtat lhe is gottitng. It wouIld save him
the bother of retutrning te goods.
A lady from the county had the mis
fortune to loose $24 from her p)ocket
book on the streets Monday evening.
She got the tmoney at the National
bank and went from there to the Crot
wvell house and from there to Mower's
store, where the money was missed. It
is thought that it. dropped out of the
y pocketbook on the street.
Decafness Cannmot heo Cured
by local applient lous, aaS they canntot teacht
t,he dIiNsse ption'lt of the egr. Tthere is only
ontn wny to ente detfntess, andt( thtat is by cotn
. ti luitiottal remetdies. Deaftness 1s cauIsP'd by
-of Ithe Estaln Tube. Whten tis tub gets
I itihtimted you htave a trumbling ,iountd or I mt
petfect heoatring, antd wh'ien it in entirely
cod deaftness to t ho result, tand udltess the
5 idiltlaaion ctan be takoen out, atnd th,is t ubo
- trestored to its ntormnal conditiont, hearing illt
tbe dIetroyedl foreor; into cases out, of tent
are cautsed by catartrh, wttich is ntotthig bet
-an inefl.rmed cotndition of tho mtucous sutr
We will give Otto Hundred Dollars for atty
case of D)eaness (ecrused1 by3 eatarrht) that, ctan
trot be cured by IIail' Catarrh Curo. Sendc
s for circulars free. F. J UIHENEYI & Co.,
S'ot by il 1rngEsts. Toledo. 0.
* Sod b al Urggits.Testitmonials fr o.
llil's Family Pitlts are the best.
All the Cotton Seed
-.you have for sale.
S' H ighest market price
. M.'L.Spearman & Co.
y Clear the ray, I am bound
There are Immense stocks of new
d and fashionable goods very cheap eon
I- sideoring the price of cotton, at 1'lynn's
New lot of New England Watches
Sjust in. Come In and see uts.
tf Daniels & Co.
o vagluablo ,nd for sate
1- 141 acres four miles west of Newber
Ii r'y In No. 6 TownshIp, good water, good
tr 1buildings. Sold for division. App)ly to
A. T. Wilson. Newhbery. S. C. t2m
Mr. ilitor: I 1111 v y uch grat-l
fled at- tho mtany xpe io s fe i.
denck! andl( "ood w%ill fromn aill cla sses of
113' fellow citizeIns ats to li y hItfiliilL
tratio as Itlayor of the towil for tile
p:ast t.wo y r:lis, anld I alSI, allpl'ciate
1t:llsppor-, <. 1 tho to wn oliiviaks and
eitizons golni-lally in mly vffmrt to pe'r
for11m the exacting:. di' it.s of th!i, 1.4-poll
ible positI i on . While it muist a1l0rd
110 it gre.at deal ( );eaur to conelit
to the wislhe's of my frieilis who hav(e
placed ile ill nomination for a third
term, iiy othirdities deai'liid so fimelh
of ily time that it, will not. be iossible
for mne 'nty ltiln2er to serve a it Mayor,
and I, tterefore, decline to be a candli
date lor releetion.
(. it. MA AiT.:.
NewberrY, S. C., Sept,. 21, 100.
Grand Millinery Opening at
the Mower Co.'s Wednesday.
We have made an arrange
ment by which we arc able to
meet all competition. We re
quest all parties who have cot
ton seed for sale to see us be
fore they sell. We can be
found in Mr. Lane's Guano
Office on Law Range. We
have a nice new pair of scales
and guarantee weig.hts.
J, J. LANE.
4t S. P. CROTWELL.
Froi Few 1idiried 10 I hodiuiiln m.
A few years ago a N onng n.an came
to Newberry and bean btlsiness on the
lower end of Main Strut witi' a -tock
of goods worth only a few hundred dol
lIIs. tie took his plaec along side of
old established business mien, and while
at, a great dis1.advantage in the way of it
small stock, he gradtually eame to the
froint. In a year or t wo le brand d
out, came u) toW11, 1inne1d his faith to
printer's ink, and nlow 11. has a Stoek
that, it would Ibe hard to equal in the
Houth. Oin a recent, trip to the North
his puirchases itiounted to over $l0,000,
and his stora is packed fron Iloor. to
ceiling. We speak of Jas. A. Mim
naigh, who tells you all on tie fir.t
page of this paper. lie professes to
Grand Millinery Operni,, at
the Mower Co.'s Wednesday.
Turnip Seed! Turnip Seed!! Frcsh
and the best at Gilder's Corner Drug
Store. f&t tf
Tho ladies of Newberry, city and
county, are invited to visit the store
of The Riser Millinery Company on
next Wednesday, at which time there
will be a grand display of Millinery
goods. Come one, come all, and 800
the like of which hase never b)efore
been showvn in this cliy. Remiember
the date, Wednesday, September 20.
Grand Millinery Opening at
the Mower Co.'s Wednesday.
We want to buy your
Cotton Seed. Will pay
you the top of the rnar
ket for them, and sell
y ou anything in our
mie at the very lowest
Call on us before sell
ing or buying.
M. L. Spearman & Co.
Thel, Tenot Meeting.
Recv. Mr. I Iolmr-s, the polartL Laurl
ens County evangelist, has his tent,
meeting in progress in the grove at the
rear of Mr. S. P. ('rotwell's d wolling.
The meeting will be carr'ied on for 10
or 12 daiys. I lours for service will be:
Song se'rvice, 10 a. t:.: preachinug, 11
a. mn.; intermuission; pr'eachlng, 2 p. mn.
preaching, '7.30 p. m1. For the people
of the city, especially West E'nd, the
tent Is somncwhat inconveniently lo
catedi, and t.he wish is expressed that
interest will be manifested suficient to
justify a removal to a more convdSnient
p)lace, before Mr. Hlolmnes leaves the
A VERIY DESI [llnLE FARM ON
which is a good three room d wvellI.
lng, stables and barn, cotton house and
nogro cabin; also good well of wiater.
Situatedl within four miles of Newberry
Court,house. Said( farm consists of
about 130 acres, andl is the best within
a niumber of mIles of town.
Also one Buckeye mxower andI table
rake in good irepair'.
For furtber information call on Mr.
F. L. Bynum or the undersigned.
t Uf JNO. W. TPAYLO4R.
I OFFEli FOR SArLE FOR TJi
Next 30 (lays my Plantation in
Saluda County, sit,uated four miles
nor'th of Saluda (1. 11., andl containing
274 acres, well watered, and in high
state of cultivation. Necessary out
buildings thereon. Call early or write
and secure a bargain. WIT~l
Sheriff Saluda Co,
Sept. 22, 1000.
O Up611], id 0qS I
KESh dI II I
ne of New Goods
er in the history <
n in the up courti
is Firrishiiigs, Hal
Lple Dry Go<
w at Jamieson's, and a
se we went to the whol
rices were being slat
as much as 10, 15, and
LIu Customers. Herein
Y: "Goods well bought
Our Line of Boy's zuml Chldtren's 3uit:m;
Has B. P/n Most Cahrfolly Solectdi andl
far surlpas;i s anlythinl wvo havo k.vor :I'mvvn.
Wo hav ak l specil piini III thi,; 11uo to)
got tho hw!t.
Chihd-ire's Cholap S!,ih;, 501 ., t s
niel~~ t1 0 v01tr ons It 8.0 2 n
W o I i(k.] sin s,pvcial bag Ins t ,;(s11
at 3.0, M8.7) uund .SI. I Wut hat wcb h lvl
Ia t 10dlla inIo ro o i ho v s 11it.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
The Shoe Houso of Newberry.
InI this, lioe wo ar n, , i i ,l i cla1, w,
' ',0 1 ~Slomk of She . Shoths ;lcked
0otwear dafiBsI"fs is 1
Tiplete line of Gents' Furnishing
iis line remember Jamiseon's is i
CK OF STAPLE DFm
basis of seven cents cotton. Ti
s, 3 1 -4 cents. Latest novelty in
4 sheeting, 5 1-2 cents. Wool J
LECTION OF H ATS AD
and new shades in soft andistif
d our customers get the profits.
We are here to sell the goods i
or the price than you can get els
<et our prices.
en to all to come in and see ouri
to a generous public for the
A T TI-I
ier Res~orts. Compo'
gs, and it has No IldI\|.-CilOldI
CTOBEREI. For particul
ed. The gayest the State. Cc
names not latt
& Simson AWheat Drill,
SImpSo- ated Fertilizer
matent Flour on earth Mimaug 5sdi
at C. J.Purcell & ngDry Goods,M
Sh oe business of 1N
aiu' 111( 'obacco o~( e o subs).crib0 (or th J)eIi,
Our Immense Li
there been show
As is on exhibition nc
ably low prices becau
the right time, whn 1
many goods we saved
This saving goes to o
Clothitg1 E;ough fvr Newberry County.
$20,000 tock to sidoot from. Mo's Stit
$2.50 that von"1l bo cIellp it, 1.00.
Mfena goo,l Wool Sit,$.8
2)0 suiii:i raog ing in prico from Y5. to
$8.00, that woul l g od Vil Ie at. (. "10 to
Our )10 Linto of itits is som fliiiig; inl
Which wve tL."o s'pocial prilo inl showinlg. Inl
ill colors of CasSilcos aniiICheviuts, also ink
Black Wor-ioilh. W)o d. you to show a
bottor suit a 12.50.
vo havo a spilendd assornit or itigier
Grado, in all colors fru)m $12.f-M to $18.00
tho best. valio we iam i%ver shownii. Ai in
menso lito of Extra I'its, froi '.41.00 to
Wllel Youl NSBI i
The largest and most col
When you need anything in tf
which was bought on the
to our customndrs. Good print
Homespuns, 5 (;ents. Best 4
Heaviest Wool Jeans, 25 cent
Shows all the latest style
portion as any of our lines, an
This stock must be sold.
we can sell you better- goods f
of the fact if you will call and
A hearty invitation is giv
desire to extend our thanks
stowed upon us in the past.
Glenn Sprints, South C
Queen of Southern Sumn
There is but one Glenn sprini
Equal on the continentfor the
Kidneys, Bowel1s and Blood.
tiGTEL :YEN JUNE 1, TO C
Cuisine and service unexcell
resort in the South.
For Board apply to
Best Half Patent Flour at Best
$3.95 at C. J. Purcell & Co's. at $4.35
Good soc9nd Jtuggy for z.la b l'o ~oo
E most DI
Now Ready for
:f the trade has
y such a stock of
s, Shoes, aid
I are to goat remark
esale markets just at
ightered. On a great
on some 20 per cent.
lies the secret of suc
are half sola."
fwm floor to eoiling, uieri . couters and in
Ib- tI al first-A , an1d oiur pricOt boing so
11(Ih lower tha1n iothors, to soll i lthe is
10n e1asy job.
\Wmn'si*& Shom, 98ets, bettor than grados
"Nvts. to $l.00
A lig lot of woman's Kid Button and
I, ICo Shoes, wort I .2,, to ho sold at ,1.00.
Ask for thw li ,ri.isburg ilhack bottom Shools
S.50 -,Ith) hobst goods ovor tiold for the
pI imi Is li,ightut Men's Broganas $1.00.
TheVse arV wVorthi $1 .2.
NI en's I'llco or Cong"ress Shoes, $1.00, $1.2:.,
A Full .Lilno of Ztigler B ros. Fino Shoes
for Ladies and [Lilly Brackot, for Mon-tho
I' goodi that m1on1ey cnfill bly. Call for the
Nessmnger Shots for Boys, tho best on the
1B Place to Uorme.
Goods to be found anywhere.
te difference in the rise we give
best prints, 5 cents. Heavy
eans, 12 1-2, 15 and 20 cents.
E Hats, all bought as low in pro
vye advertise, for we know that
ewhere. We will convince you
new goods, and at this time we
ir most liberal patronage be
E OLD CORNER.
Your Own Bread
to for a Valuable Prize
fYm'odi b-y- l.o
NA 011I8M1010 00&Il'ANY FOIl illE
IT C(h0P 31AI98 IN TIHR STATi',
vrs apply to the Company at
any of its authorized agents in
mpetitors must register their
r than December 1 st, 1 900.
offered: A Reaper and Binder,
Two Tons Standard Ammoni
1g the lead- .T. P. 'Irm ..
l11nery and COTTON WiICIER, rear' of Con
ewberry. traid IIiin.
cator' through I will 'e glad t,o ser'vo you to the host
J1. WoO'rJ:N. U my knenmnea and abili. t& i.,