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K. i. Al' I.L. Irm oin
Some of ourll. ubrbers 1 ave taken
heed to our I'tuet to pay :,omet hin
on their sul':.eription aceount and we
appreciate it a:nt detre to re'ild ho
wlo ha%e not calli d Ihat we nit d the
teney they owe and hope th ey whi:1 re
sPOrd 110 :0m thr 11or thW Cl.k
IIA I I ' 114 1%A R' S110W.
: ta iy w
11:. y r o n n
0i V i I 11. v IN UZI
do-. r l n the Vk"
andJ Courier ana
the amnoun o~ f pre -
tle over :it m:;.: :n w.
te. in~ cotto n n:1.1- a u.
Whie the nott mi-a ::. f
i re ottor in i.i- .a e it -
(lr:-e foreL l th e p -:rm) *'
t a abl d ber 1f n 5,ti.e la ' -e
iihton C! rop.. tv ..
taacton mih are val.:ll a
dreor her plb ta L'of paa bo
uOtton of.1 prpery for hej eir 4
real state. But supo:--~ we trt.
co'.ton muills and the rai:road- and fth
twvo t'ogethe-r Lave inite-t.d nj:e *..an
half of all the taxabil poperty i E
State. .\ll prope~rty il a--~- t
I >w. The mnain thingt i to have it.
valuation Lquali.:d sO thaitt al proper'
will bear its proportionate burden nr.
ishould be retu rned at its~ full val u
andl then the rate oif taxation coul be
reduced at least one-half.
M rs. Marie Louise My rick very a
sibJly says: "The ne w%pat.r!' of ai tow r
are its looking glasses. It is here ye'
see yourselves as otbers see you. '.U
silie on them and they smnile bac~ek a
you, you frown on tbem and you ar'
reptaid in kindness. T1hey are the re
flex of tbe town. If the town is doint
b)usinesis, the newspaper will showi
In the advertising columns. If the
merchants are spirit,less feillows
whose stores are jumlesc of junk ani
jam, the newspapers~ will show it by
the lack of repace they take. If yot
want the world to know you have a live
town, you can only let it he knowr
through its newspapers." To this Ed
Itor Shaver of the D)alton Argus adds
"T'hat's it ; take a good ad v. in you
home newspaper, pa~y promptly amo
liberally for It, and give the edito
several cash subscriptions for yoursel
and your friends."
All of which Is very true. Anrd ther
don't ask the editor to trade out i. th
store at "lien" prices the pr'ice of you
advertisement which ini many essi
you are getting below cost. TJherei
nio man In your town who does as mruel
hard and unselfish work witbout paa
for your community as your countrj
dlt' wail Sti-vns' j'h W- 'the nal'il'o' thol
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Notice to the Public.
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I ( 4f (4 Newb .r. It ho0 ha an4t ilM I. .hin1,av.
nrew( ne tl14 <bIr 4(( to a i oill b:t(''4<f' s
44prc rigtbl. [n ill i,. L'he~ worM ve ii r 1
that th14.e 4)ingerOIt lead. at'4. all o her.
folw. Weie i thela~.' run obbin.u
thed ilY rvrne'~t)i r the,(4 for llator
what cal th .(V tru.M hi ,ad
)it aecoult of the State 'ollvention
I )an! hter.; of the ( 'mifedceravy, lIoek
i i',T. k('. , D)ec. W :h-,;! h, 11:tC0, tIh ! S,>).
o %o ill ,i'll rolnd trip tickets to
I Z- l, 1 l nIlua I t rurn fo r .'0. Tick
c I, t o e 1oh It -11 . It and t h,It with
fin-ki lim i)t I.he. th.
()n acconut of Ixhibitionl of Fore
panl:-, h A el 1 '' . 4-irow; show-z, C o
1 m i . i . (4 )' : ' I , 1900, t he So.
lIy. ' will wil 1 r11 ind trip tickets
f:rm all poin.,: wit II il ita ralliwi I f lifty
ih( S at a rate of one and ont-third
fart. Tick cit to I' soh! (etoher 21th,
with i" nal lim it k.t 2 z th.
)it atco':n of t liI (rand ('anit'lival
a n d St rrtir Sav:mni::h, G:a., Nov.
:.th-.17th1. li11n0. tiho -ollthern I %:tilIway
( '1. w ill (-ll 10111d tr11 1i tckots at thet
, t of one rust-elrr.s fart, pls :!. ecnt.4
ad bai on,i to the ('arnival. Ticket to
h h Nov. , t-9 i' an ti I ith and idth.
\I \ ina l retn1:ii liumit Nov. 1,. l9(0.
't f o t air, L.xin
;on.o '. t. :: l 1 1 , tilt, S ath r
Niv ('o. %%ill (ell Vottlirn t:Ickots it) lh x
in lto , itots tO hll ,)Id (Oet. :'l,a t
:i d : i ,w ith final lim it (),.t. ''sh.
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All the Cotton Seed
you have for sale.
H ighest market price
M. L. Spearrnan & Co.
l'hf o . ryiv llotel is the plate to
I ''i *('l-'l - 'o il'
o\- l-n- 2 et-. r pound
- 1011h r i,o lz and -be
re a t o :n 1. ttnd .iv
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
' AV1 111111 i 'olit e!.
1 ~ ... ovt-1~..'; - t h".
ien as it, thil t' e of
:-. T r a v .I . ' w -e e
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
V l I Y \ N'tlk'kN i. NI Y >.1. F
N I. E.\ IlI.\II )T.
11 i i Y T I.\ Ki: Pl.EA 'l-,E
to a 'ne <>. Etner, the
For Alderman-Ward 1.
\\ *t'd t*. -*:.t t o ''a le p l p i
For Alderman- Ward 2.
a uniny fri - a I ag.ain offe ruy
rjj,iil. l'! E I> <>l' luI;. E:. ('.
- I:- in Wad- tak'' pleasure in
pre n'. m h m a a'aroiia'' f.or AlI
Ii imn ftiirn tia \. Ward. and ple'di.e
bi:: o 3.--ti.e !cedt of :'re primary.
For Alderman Ward 3.
ifH !.K-'l.I IC i" H !:lmH Y A N
wn:!- 31 cand,iidaLt. for AVler
:n0 1om War :1i. andl i., ph:idoed to
ay l th realt of theu pr imary elce
\ t the' .r2ent reque.'it (if rr.any citi
nI i ant.Ounce'. Jny(el f a- a~ an
1 'nt oiO alde ru:tn fiorn war n.
FOR ALDERMAN---WARD 4.
[ ..NG t>li IS l Ii:iR EHY A N.
O roaneda- a canrdidat'! for Alder
1n3a1 fimr W\ard 1, andli I pledp.d to
shd the re-nhl of the Demrocratic pri
TN'>. \. ~~;NN I 1.l hElB AN
PJrnn aa aoaniIdater for Alder
abd Ih re-ui of thei )'m->'ratic pr1i
For Alderman-MWrd F.
S 1. 111)3'KNIGHT'l IS lilEHE*
' by ai.our.'Pd asa candfidte for
\ bh-rl'Ian! fromi Ward *.. and b,. ptilde
to ab d e I ' i:e~ e it of t ae p,Irinary elc.'
A, '.;ma HLHOWN is i 1:lmBiY
ci ara fr'umi Wal 5ti , ad rid pljed ged
to abide'b th 'r-nilt of thet prImary
I)to annou'," It. J. Hirown'9 as a
i'andidatei for ~Aldcsrnan fromt Ward 5.
thtthe: Books of liltitation
fori the Town of Newberry, 11. C , atre
now,v open, an d the& und(er'uignedl!' at Su
p'r vhor of J(gist-ration for sild town,
':ll keelp ieald b)ook open every dayv,
Sunirdays (rxct0!)e d ), from 9 a. m. untilj
fI p mn., until aind ifnUluig the -l,h day
of Jcemtwr*J, J!000.
J NO, C. (;O(OA NS3,
Sutpervlisor of Registration.
l3ntAm,shor j's. 1000.
We live by our. blood, and on
it. ' We thrive or starve, as
0IIu* blood is rich or poor.
There is not ling clse to live
on or by.
When strength is full and
Spirits high, we are being re
freshed, bone muscle and brain,
in bod.,- -1d mind, with con
tinual flow of rich blood.
This is health.
When weak, in low spirits,
no cheer, no spring, when rest
is not rest and sleep is not
sleep, we are starved ; our blood
is poor; there is little nutri
m1ent inl it.
Back of the 1)boo(, is food,
to keep tlI blood rich. V lien
it fails, take Scott's F1'm1ulsion
of Cod L-iver Oil. .t sets the
\ole hod chill.lo-ail1-i1lan
\\0111"111 1 11(I e hlld(.
I f voll Itaxt 11"t itlicdl it. S-1.1 fol free smill'-pi1
its ~ ~ ~ ~ I ,N1ebetat l u tu. k- Ali.l',
Sec t T r i l t\v N I. t:e is.
n 1: 1% :! >' i - i.LN w Y,tI"
11.-'Atl VOIX S.\LK. ()N IBEHiA.
trn-, 1te trat (if land situated
partly withi l te ('olity* oL NewIlwrry
and partly within the Cointy of .ex
iton.lo tht. M.\011iton Uioad, knownl
11A the L.vi .\etz ti'act. This traet con
Iit in- : a' res, a m I I .t et Iial IIly div i ed
by a brnnkh. V pon it tre thret) !ettlI -
mntol, ono of the houmses having 5 or 0i
rt 1(s and one of the other holu.'es hav
iniz I or :1 roomtlls. COnlVevenie t to water.
Tl'- tract will he divided into two or
t .11 0 prcls 'o suti 11'orhasers an1d
w b1 a isd 8,n ve I o t r zus.
Ein Waebe. Uinzs. 13roatches. Studs
Sleive and Link Huittons, Silver
Novelt;les. Silver T'able Wa-re,
Cut G!azs. Gold and S11
ver spetacles and
Whilich We will close out, as we will
discontinue keeping them.
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
ASK, FOR IT
At all Dispensar ies.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
IN PROlHATIE COURT.
By W. W. HodIges, EiNq , Probate Judge.
II El;ilAS A .1. O IBSON, C. C.C.
P.I, ha t h malidesuttit to meJ to ran
him I Le tte rs of Ad dmlinistrationi de lbonis
non, with theit will ananexed, of the
EsAtate an8d eff'eects of Vinecy Gallman,
These't~ ar"'. therefore, to elle9 and( ad
mn ish- all anid Hinui a r thi k indlred
and~ ('rediitor.~ oif theo Haidi Vincy
Galbnitar, dieceasedi, thaNt Ithey be and(
appeaCdr beufore met, in t hie C iiurt of Pro
hate', to bie held( at Newbeorry Court
Ii onit , en the 31h ditay of October, now,
after puit ion hereof, att 1i o'clock
in thle forenon, to sho0w catuNe, if any
they have, why the said A dministrai
(iitiotshiut not be granted.
(Oiven u nder miy hand in ith le 1th
day) of Oattot'er', A ituol Domini1 I1100.
WV. W. l1O0G0'8,
.. P. N. C.
1 %4OTICE~. IS HfiRY GVIGN
tha th folowngfaxes have
been't levied by the TOWn) of Newberry
for' the Iistcal y'ear ending iecember
F"or Watr WVorks and( lectii
For' Oper'a Ilouse IB nds......... 2
* Msakling a t otal of........... 8& mills.
The tax books wvill be opent at, the
ofice of the undersigned in the Trown
of Netwberiry. 8. C , on the 25th day of
October, 19)00, and will remain op en for'
tile collection of said taxes ulntilI three
(3) o'clock p mn., on1 thle 26th day of
November, 1900J. After' the 201th day
of November, 1900, a pena4ty of ton per
cent. wilil be adided to all taxes in ar
rears. JNO. C. GIOOGANS,
c. & Tr. Tr. C. N.
Get your School Books
and Avoid the -Rush!
We have a large line of Tablete,
Pencils, Pencil Boxes, Book Satchels
alld :-.if other supplies needed in the
school room. Wo have a supply of
rules to be given away to those buying
supplies from us. Terms on all School
Books strictly cash. (['hone :!.)
W. G. MAYES'
We exchatige New Books for old ones.
A Prize Offered
Everybody Invited to Join
t)e Fascinating Contest.
Reeder's Pharmacy Offers a Prize
Valued at Five Dollars to the
Lady Receiving the Highest
Number of Votes.
READ THE PARTICULARS.
Boginninv Monday. July 2nd, every
botl will be allowed to vote with each
glass of Soda Water or other delicious
summer drinks dispensed at our foun
Thl-4i- is a free open contest, and cv
erybody will be permitted to vote
eatrly and often-the oftener the bet
ter-for any fair friend whom they
wish to win.
All votes must. be east for some lady
in Newberry County, and the lady
winning the prize will be allowed to
select some article of her own fancy,
anywhere in the United States, valued
at Five Dollars.
Voto oflon for F,air
011ture 111ch yoll Friends
in this fascinating contest.
At Reeder's Pharmacy.
Contest will close October 1st.
If you like it you
can get it at S. B.
This is an up-to-date Restaurant.
It is well kept. Prompt and polite
service, and you get it quickly.
You get what you order and paiy only
for what you got.
Get Your Meals at
A1 VER~Y DESIRABLE F~ARMf ON
wch Is a good three room d well
ing, stables and barn, cotton bouse and
negro cabln; also good well of water.
Situated within four miles of Newberry
Court.house. Said farm consists of
about 130 acres, and Is the best with in
a number of miles of town.
Also one Buckeye mower and table
rake in good repair.
For furtber information call on Mr.
F~. L. Bynum or the undersigned.
V If JNO. W. TAYLOR.
.4ne tlystatdi o. 6. Wel
4It DAVID PITTS.
Conveniently located to depots and
the business portion of t,he cit.
TI.BMs--$1.0O01e day. $5.00 per
week. Meals 25 Cents.
MRIS. ANNA 8. EIDSON,
It a w 4t,. Newberry, 8. 0.
--Fashionable Fall anid Winter
A SPEcIAL, DIsPLAY T.O BE SEEN AT
rTHE RIsER MIL,LINERtY,
Where has just, been received from the
Northern mark'ets a full and varied
stock of all the latest creations in FALL
and WINTER Millinery. Assortment
larger than ever before. Trimmed, uin
trimmed and ready-to-wear Hi s,.am
Ibracing styles suitable for all ages and
stations in life-beauty, comfort, be
coming ness and economy in them all.
Don't forget that at the RISER Mil
linery you get now goods at old prices.
The Clothing Stc
The Hat Store,
The Shoe Store,
The Furnishing S
3--O JE >X1. 1V 3 "'.N1%
Under the Nowborry Hotel, where you
ityles in Mon'H, BoyH' and Children's
Wo carry a good lino of Men's, Ladios
Lhat wo guaranteo to givo satisfaction.
Underwear, Nockwear, H1andkorch
Umbrellas, &c. Vo respectfully ask f
W. F. EWART,
Pres. and Treas.
Compete for aI
BEST WIlEAT CROP A
For particulars apply
Charleston, o.r any of its
the State. Competitorc
names not later than De
Three prizes offered:
A Wheat Drill, Two Toi
CON E 1
And See the Line ofi
SILKS, etc., etc.
We are right Up-to
We can please the
most fastidious in style'
and the most economi
::al in p rice.
We have, as always,
the best linings on the
and NOTIONS of all
and we can build a love
of a hat to match any
Our New York Milli
ner, Miss McLaurin, is
thoroughly posted in
all the latest ideas.
Do not forget our
The largest line of
SH OES in the city. See
our Bargain Counter
sure. Come and see
us. Yours truly,
Nxt 30 day m ny Planaio io
coal'd a Cony, fLated four lesn
274 acre, wel waeed,eandia hit
bunlaIn theren. Call early or write
will always find Siappy, High Art
31othinig, at prices that dofy conipe
SBoys 1111d Childron's Shoes, Shoes
iefs, 8 1spendols, H1osiury, Gloves,
r at share of your patronage.
D. F. PIFER,
)AL CoMPANY FOil TIlE
lAIE IN TIME STATE.
to the Company at
authorized agents in
; must register their
cember I st, 1900.
A Reaper and Binder,
is Standard Ammoni
10E lIMB3IRY BOHMAfECO
rho Newberry Hardware Company
would call attention of the public
to the fact that they have bought
out F. A. Schumpert, Agt., and
that the) will conduct the busines
at the old stand, and will always
have on hand ti the lowest prices,
Agricultural Implements, of all
Plos, Plow StcL;' Trac hains, Hamos
VO.", ft-3, Ultivatos0,
FOrSm1yns anl Sflada
And everything needed on the farm
Harness Made to Order.
Repairing neatly and promptly done.
We also carry a large line of
SADDLERIY and .HARNESS,
BRIDLES, COLL ARS, COLLAR
PAD)S, and in fact, everything
found in a well assorted Stock.
F. A. Schumpert,
THiE LEAVES' FALL
suggests a change of clothing. It Is a
hint from nat,ure. Now take a hinb
from us. Buy t,he nececssary
here. Value is great st,yle correct.
THE FA LL SUI'Ts
and Overcoats we offer have that indi
viduality and dressincess which is con
sidered inseparab'e from custom made
work. There's nothing haphazard
about the finish of these.
And our [a.ts are just the t.hg to
put the finishing touch on. Prices are
T'he Bostonian Is the Shoe for style
and durabilit,v for genits and boy s.
'rho great Hienrick Shoe for Ladies
and Misses is unexcelled. See them.
S. J. WOOTEN.
L.and and Security Co,
WILL HIUY AND SELL
Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of all kinds and
0. B. MAYER, President.