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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M eat... .................. . . ......... 7
Shouldors ......................... . 7c.
Hams a.m........................... 12@ 13c.
Best Lard ............... ....... 9(..l 0c
Best Molasses, now crop.. 6t
Good M olassos ....................
M eal .-........ . . ......... .......... 5C.
H aya............ ............. - . 900.
W heat Bran.................. 01.15
Ist Patent Flour. .475
2nd Best Flour...... .4 25.
Strait Flour.. ......... . $4 00
Good Ordinary iour .3.0fta3 75.
Sugar ............ ...... (Qc.
Collo .............................. .)15c.
Cotton seed meal, pot, sack. 1.25.
Loose Hulls, per cwt.............. 30c.
Butter, per lb .................... 15(2) .
Eggs, per dozen ... ........ 22t.
Chickens, each ...........5(a 5.
Peas, per bushel..... . ....... 75c.
Corn, per hushel.. ............... 60c.
Oats, per bushel............ 35a40c.
Sweet potatoes .............. 60q75c.
b Turkeys, per lb ............ 6 8e.
Fodder, per owt .............. 75 90 .
NEWiueiny uo,- iON M AlH r. .
(Corrected twice a week by J W. Uary & Co;)
January 4, 1901.
B est...... ........................... 9 je
Just received, large shipment Wando
Fertilizer. I can make it to . our it-tet
est to see me beforo lu, iig. Can -;jve
you money. I am the sole agutt. for
Newberry. I am your friend, farn,ers,
and want to sav.- you money ('ali and
see me before buyitg.
f 3m. J J. LANE
To sell our complvto siock .f m)te
rial for building wagons awld luL e
Also, all tools and equipment- of a firrt.
class blacksmith shop Fuil par-ico
lars and terms given upon nppliclitio-t.
THE CAROLINA M O (i '0 ,
f&t 4t. Newberry, S. C
A P1culiar Accident.
Mr. E Lee Haves had the misfor
tune to lose a fine mare on last Satur
day night. It bad been driven to Mr.
Chandler's. about s'x mil.es fcom towit
that evening, and it was thuught at
first that it had been slolen from there.
Mr. Hayes has been on the loc kout and
yesterday when returning from Whit,
mires where he had been to see if be
could get any info, mation, learned that
the horse bad fallen 0,om a trestle on
the C., N. & L. R:-oad, a distance of
b about fifty feet, killing it Instantly.
The loss is a heavy one to M i. Hayes.
He bought the mare, hich was a fine
one, frow Mr. Br.wn only a short time
Stops the Coogh a,od Wolk" off th Ce..d
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, no pay.
Price 25 cents.
The Odd Follows Els-et ,-icer.
At a meeting of the Improved Order
of Odd Fellows of Pulaski Lodge, Ni.
20, on Friday n1pht last the following
officers were elected:
C. D. Knight, N. G.
V. B. Case, V. 0.
J. Mf. Davis. Secretary.
.R. J. Brown, reasurer.
F. II. Kempson, 0. G.
Th'e hall over the West End Graded
School building, which will be used buy
the Odd Fellows, will ne completed in
about two weeks, and will be o'ne of the
bandsomest in the city.: The carpet
'. will be of a beautiful deeign, represent
inlg the badge of the Odd Fellotws. A
(very fine stereoscope has been received
and an organ has been donated by our
mayor, Mr. Otto Kiettner, and there is
no end to the pleasures that are in store
for the visitors to the West End hall.
The Bast Prescription for Malatta
Chills and Fever i~s a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply ire',
and quinine in a tisteless form. No
cure, no pay. Price 500,.
The RCed Men Elmet, OfBoce-rs.
At the Council Fire of Burgell Tribe,
- Improved Order Red Men, ,the follow
ing offcers were elected:
J. W. MIlton, Prophet.
S. G. Cai ter', Sachem.
Dr. E. E. Williams, SeniorSagamore.
Jno. T. Hutch in son, Ju nior tMagamore.
Gee. T. Rhoden, Keeper of Records.
R. L. Lewie, Collector of Wampum.
J. H. Hair, Keeper of Wrampum.
.John T. Henderson, Right Sanup.
Ira Taylor, Left Sanup.
Dr. Van Smith, FIrst Brave.
.J. W. Reeder, Second Brave.
E. E. Rikard, Tihird Brave.
.James Gilliam Forth Brave.
.J. M. Guin, First WarrIor.
W. A. Wise, Seconld Warrior.
R. A. Attaway, Third Warrior.
A. H. Golden, Fourth Warrior.
John T. Cook. Guard of the Forest.
John M. Tayor, Guard of WVigwan.
Mr. J. M. Guin was elected represen
ontveto the Grand Council whic will
in A pril and J. W. Mi tola was chosen
The order at this place is in a very
thriving condition and Its future is a
Unrem Rhbeumatim or Catarrhn I,. a Day.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) cures
the worst and most stubi on cases by
- draining the poison "ut of the blood
and bones, and building up the broken
.down constitutions. Ach es and pains
in the bones or joints, s wollen glands,
droppings in the throat, hawking,
spitting or bad health, etc., all dis
apper promptly and permanety. B
B B.3 cures where all else fails. Drug
gists, $1. Treatment of B. B. B sent
2 absnutely free and prepaid by writing
to Blood Bairn Co., Atlanta Ga. Describe
trouble and free m. dical advice given
until cured. B. B. B. puts new color in
the skin, and makes t e . blood sedder
and ziol'e nourishing, stoppng all ach.es
. nd pains. Ov$r 8000 Nreclibys B. B. B.
VaPIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. W. T. Harrell is visiting relatives
J J. La-v' has just recci% ed 350 sacks
Mr. ,J Y. Me'all is keeping books
for Summi-r Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. LewIs of Orange burg
aret stopping at Mrs. Glenn's.
M Nannie Por] re-tried to her
school at ( hap- W d Iy.
Mle. Thyra S' him. i -i r kiu neu fromt
a visit to Jackso-. G . .- ' td% .
Mr A. P3 4f G;,.,el l-wod
spent 'uesda ,- 'd !.. l 1 here6.
ObMrs. W. T. R , pl11 ing a
While wilh I I ij 1.! .6 PI'O-pa-hVly
Prof. E B. S-tzler has ret,urn to
Charlot,tsville Va., to resume his stud
NIrs. Sophia Redus left today for
Gnffiiey on a visit to Mrs. E. B, Wi'
We pui Ish iIP an. ther col umnit ofi
paper tie- quarterly report of p rvi
Mrs B, 0. Ept,ing 's visiting her
hr-,tht r-in-Iaw, Dr. B It. E',pting in
Gru en wo,d.
M r. L. C Pitts is Clerking for Pur
cell and Scott, and 11. K Bo3 d has the
livsit,ion of book-keepet.
Mr. John Matthews, of Ninety Six,
came down on a busints trip Tuesday
and returned hotne Wednesday.
N i6ses Margurite and I'arol- n Cromer
spent the htoid '3s with relatives at
Mr. M. ). lliri returned Wednesday
to laltitnore to resume his studies at the
m dical college.
Mr Eduard Stho az entertalied a
f,-w of his gent,lemen friends at a e. rd
1 Atty on Mo. da% evening.
Misses Azlv Pool, Lillie Gr:flin.
Agues atd Susie summer will leave to
morrow for E0zabeth college.
Miss Grace Jones tifter a ipleasant
visit, to relatives here witl return toety
to her home in Asheville N. C.
The eollege re'sumcd work Wedies
day with several new students to swell
the already large number enrolled.
Mrs. T. W. Sloan has returned from
Newberry, where she has been visit,ng
her mother.-Abbeville Medium Jan 3.
Mr. and Mrs. White of Abbeville are
expected to arrive in the city tomorrow
on a visit to Mrs. Whites Sister Mrs. T
The Comnme-rcial Batik has declared
a semi-annual dividened of 83 per
share payable on or after the first, of
M iss Da-b. D-an of Greenville, came
dowpi m *Tu slay and will stay some
tim w h h. r iiunt Mil-s Sue Holland
In 'he ty.
Miases Glenn returned to their
achlols In the counity on Tuesday after
spending the holidal s in t h( city with
Mibs Anni B . i- itd Nr W. C.
Bytium returneo . 'u'sday to their
schtiols at Floronce and Georgetown,
Hon. Euget Wehr s, County Super
intendent of Education of Newberry
County spent Xmas day in Saluda.
Saluda Advocate Jan. 2.
C. J. Purcell and Patrick E. Scott,
have formed a partnership and will en
gage in the mercantile business at (.
J. Purcell and Co's olid stand.
Miss Eunice Beach of Rome, Get.,
passed through Greenville yesterday
on her way to Newberry to visit Miss
Lucy Spe"rs. -Greenville News Jan. 3.
Mr. Bowmant Derrick of Mlississippi
a me'mber of the Senior class of tihe col
lege has charge of the preparatory de
pariment during the illness of Prof. S.
Prof W. K. Sligh has been called to
Sligh's on account of the illness of his
little son Wilbur Wheeler. Mrs
Sligh and children are visiting R1ev J.
A. Sligh at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Poe of LexIngton
Virginia accompani3d by their grand
daughter, Mist. Fannie Dole, are sj e,d
ing the winter witht their daughter Mre.
Joe Keitt in the county.
Mr. Miller of Philadephia h'as ar
rived and is putting the machinery in
position at the Knitting Mill. He will
remain here for a while aned instruct
the employers In the art, of knif,ting.
I iT. Hlunt and3J. Y. Culbreatb, Esqs ,
and Mr. Geo. McWhirter executor
leave tomorrow for Lancaster where
they go to settle up the estate of the
late An.drew J. MoWhirter, who was a
brother of Messrs. George and Colum
In the absence of the pa'stor R1ev. W
I Herbert the ser'vices at the Central
Methodist church next Runda morn
Ing and evening will ho conducted by
R'v. T. C O'Dell assistant superinterd
ent of the Epw--rth Orphang'e
We not.ice from the State that Mr
J'ohn F'itter at one tim.. a residlent of
this t wn rio.:Ivedl a prize of 825 oflered
by th flI Railway Company' of
Co'tm"in 10 i'oo"ductor who htandl d
the irr"e-st nutmber of passengere
durn'. the year
Dr J W Nance who bau been en
gaged in the practice of meicine here
for the past several months left on
Tuesday for Lake Cit y Fla . where he
will form a partner ship " ith his bro
ther in law Dr. Julian. His family
will join him there in a short while.
The dispensarv sales for quarter
ending December 31, 1900, 816.80 41.
The invoices amoutnted to 812 028659
making the grose rrofite 84,833 85 The
expenses were *620 52 leaving a net
-profit of 88.713.38 which will be equally
divided bet.ween the town nnd county.
VARI10U1,1 AND ALL AIVOUV.
Mr. G. H. Feaglo has returned froti
a visit to Prosperity and Columbia.
Grocnville News, January Ist.
F. L. Frugte has returned fri ai viSi
to friends and relatives in Newbcrri
County.-Greenville News, Jan. 1.
. The Denver High chool will COM
nuco on the 7th January with Prof
1eli-rs, vf Nowberry, as Irincipal.
A itd 811an Intll igencer, Ja mL~ary 2nd(.
Mis- Hachael B. McMaster ha% re
turned to Newberry in time for the re
openling of the Gdtled S.hlool at (ilt
plat.e.-W11,110bo-) Cor. W-ate, .liantar,
I. C. C. Me Whirt. r has bougt ti
stovi of gaocerics belonging to T. V,
Eptiug & Co., and will ConiItiu buli
ness at tle) old stand.
IeS.4r. 1". S. Wkerts CountY SLoperin
tendout of X ducalion and John At
Sell um pert, Cto.lnty Siper-visor, tool
formal Charl2V of hVi' 0e11C0.8 YeSt!-rday
Ili our r. p.:t of Ickiie's tiew pr<.
fes,:or ii Tiewday's paper there is t
typog-aphical error which saye: "Mio
Hemphill, the editor, is a meniber o
the board" instead of Major lIemDpill
Newberry last, year moved along wit,l
a rapidity unequaled in her history
There were chaitels granted to tho
atnount of $265,000 :1 d several new en.
terprises were brought here and now
that we are standing on the threshbl(
of a new year and a new century nc
should work with rew-wed eiffirts alonp
all lines of incust ial development ati
make 1u,' town one of he leading ir
Oi- of N, wl)r y -otinni.0' most, prom
imint -nlltllg men 11 1 l t lown it! Ile pr.mIng
if lif'-A 14,. P t--4nbagi if er au
'Iles4 of six w, ks (ui-ti passed
awa.N at his hlome Ieat S'. Lkes o]
the evening of Tuesday, Januar Ist
I'. -del lhauigh grad-ld ed flrom
Nvwberr.y ollege in 1894 but whil. yet
a student of that inst0ition was e-c-n.
neeted with the pre,s-li,-st, as local
editor of the rite tuy t ess and ?e
porter I ben of the Voice of tie Peoi.k
and later on as editoi' of the Vote. o1
the People arter its removal to Pros
perity. To this work he seemed wel
suited. Ills writings showed ma,ked
ability and proound thought. Aptil
from his private life he was a promi
nent and active public spirit. In 1891
he was elected Supervisor ff H*!g
istrai lon and served one term in thi,
capacity which was his 1 st public se"
vice For awhi e he was Cou -ty ChaI.
man of the Democratic C-kventiir.
Ie r#signed this ollco before leavitg
for Washington in July to accept tan
appointniit as a clerk on the census
returns in the Department of the In
terior and was at this post of duty
when he developed the case of con
sumption wifieh cau3ed his death.
Mr. Bedenbaugh although only 31
years of age was a man who by hit
honesty and honorable dealings in busi.
ness mutters, had completely won Ihe
eptfoidence of the people and lie will be
missed by those who kew and appre
ciated bim. He is dead but, the memory
of his li.'e will serve a living mUoinmnt
to his wortb.
Ann,ual Htanquet atf K. of P.
The annual Banquet of the Knlghts
of Pythias will be given on Tuesday
evening January the 8th. A business
seswion will hIe hel2d at seven o'clock
sharp at the hall1. Immediately there'
after tbe Knights will go in a body Ic
the opera house where the olicers will
be publicly installed and an address on
Pythianismn will' be delivered by Rev.
James Henley Thornwell, D). D., the
Grand Prelate of tbe Grand Domain 01
K of P. of the State of South Carolina.
At the close of this addreqs the KnightE
with their gulests will rep)alr to t.he
Newberry hotel where a aumptuous
banquet will be served.
Dr. WV. E. Pelham isithe Grand Chan.
cellor of Newberry Lodge K. of P. No 7f
and among its members are some ol
Our best cit Izens.
Every body,is cordially Invited to be
present at the installat,ion and addressel
at the opera house.
To Cure a Cold in One l)amy
Take Laxative Bromto Quinine Tablets,
All druggists refund thle money If It
falls to culre. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c.
Remaiug Ina the pest oflice for the
week ended Dec. 15, 1000.
B-Ernest Boozer, Mrs. Savant
Brook, 3. F. Bo'and, Miss Bessle 3OOz
-0-Mrs. Rlodie Cannon, M S Chal
moe, Henry Clide, Hlatih- M. Counts,
-Mrs. Sunie WV. Counts, llev. J Counts
D)-Willie I)avis Mlrs. Minni' Duke
Fr-Jameu EtLwed ge 1zzle Epps.
F-~.J. Y [iord, .1I E. Fraenceh.
G-You..g Gaury, Emma Graham
John G -eman, S3. T1. Gray.
I--Wul [lHuigh, Winnie H enderson
W,il IHow ll. t ora Il--ndetson,, Sue liii
Jo H ,dgensu.
K --Judgie K(night, Minnie KIng.
M--C a rrie M cOlery.
N -- Sa,alout Nickols.
S-J. W. Suber, Rlichat 'tndr.
Tl-Geo. HI. Thomas.
W-Phoberta Wallace, Win. Wallace
PartIes calling for the above letteri
will please say they were ad vertised
Wmn. Y. FAIR,
Den 26, 1900.
(lark's 200-yd. Spool Cotton, 2 spool
for no.. at 8. .T. Wnntan'u tf.
Mttrorologli.al lirol fo'r Dect mi,mr, 1900.
i ian temp. 4-1.1: m:x. temp (i : date
- 23d* min. temp. :1): date- 11 & ii;. Tota'
pr-el I) , inch"o -- I .- I N of dayvscla
t 13; cltmdy 11); ki:don_ I I dayr: dircection
23d. Lightning South of Station at,
RIalNP1.A LL. P(M 11t'N.
chrua ..... ........................ 2 I. I
M u-c r ..... ............................. ..0
.\t trel . ........ .--- .......................... 81 50
\ y ...... .... .................... :
J N .. .......... ... ...... ........... ..... 2 1;1
jIl y] .....7......................... ........ . 67
-1illy......................... ........ .1 12
Se ptem be................. .............. 2..2
O ctober.. .................................... 2. 12
N ovem er .............. ...... ............ .9 1)
ce e .................. ................
Total..... ................5.1 -18
AVIRAM" RAINPALI, -'0H11 YEU's VE .
1888 .................. .....,................ .. (;7.56
188 9 ........................ . ...........,..... .41';. ()
1890 ................................... ...... -5 13
189 1 ............................................ (;0.85
1892 .......................... .............. ,1 1.1
1893 ................. .......................... , M 8t;
1894 .................. .......... ........ ..... .,:) .02
1895 .................................... ...... . I 9:
149 " ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... . .86
1898 .......... ....................... ....... -15 :
1899 .......... ..... ........ ....... . ...... .it;
190 ...... ... ...... ..... 18
A viraLge.......... 1.,1 0:3)
1'hvse Statisic-. if-, f"r i-I ed bY .
Govorit- vie 0- i IW. G. I'. er-o )
i)f I .Io)phi re, S<.
vq :ce-VIfe-e- v - .j tfk4me1* 14' 19n0t.
All package freight not removed by
on nlers from the custody of the Railway
Coipanly withinl forty vighit hours, Ilot C
incliding u11lnlaysor Ivg!l holidays, coi
plute( fot lo o'clock a Im , of the day
following date of notice of arrival, shall
thereafter he subject to a clhare for stor
a:fe e;1ch day or fractio n of a day that
such CollSi1nm ts 11111 ay reilailn ill cllsto
dy of the Railway Company. of oIe cent
per hundred pounds per day, with mini
mum charge of 5 cents for aiy one pack
age or lot. for one consignee, but not more
than $I per (lay for any one consigiment
not in excess of a car load.
Agt. C., N. & l,. R R. I
J A. Iluirox, p
2t Agt. Southern R. R.
lie h Edin tevim.
Chrit-tmas has come111 and gone and
tie New Year of 1901 has put, in ils ap- C
pe'llrance anlid let Its -Litl 01.rn over a iew
leaf, and do better in the twentieth
Colds are quito friendly in this neigh- v
Mr. B A 11 wkins, of-Columbia was (
Ull On a Visit -1 his p)alentS, Prof. and F
Mvs L A Iawkins, last week.
Missesi Mar'y and Eirin Cofield of
Goshen spent part of last week wvit,h -
t,heir sister' aind brother' Mrs. JT A. .leter'
and I. W. TP Cofield.
MIiss Sallie Cromer', of Cromer's
spent lass week with her friendc Miss
Messrs Frank and Clarence Sligh
spent tbe ho(liday's unider' tbe p)aren ali
troof, they r'eturned yesterday to their
Christmas was quite dull in this sec- t
Mr. and Mr's. R. L Abrams spent b~
part, of last week up) in Mollohorn visit- I
ing his sister Mrs. L2. D. Abr'ams whie
there they had a very nice p)ound patrty' ~
had a nice supper' with mnears. cakes, d
fruite, which was very much enjoyed I
by all wvho were there.
Anid the other p)art of the wveek they
were in WVaitons sect,ion visiting his -
sister, Mrs. W. A. 11itsr, they rc
port a ve'ry pleasant tr'ip.
Wishing the Editor' and his staff a
happy New Year. "Top"
J an. 2. 1901,.t
Notice of Final Settle.
OTrICE IS IiiIRBY GIVIEN
nent of the eate of Mat.tic McG Gist,r
dleceanse'd, in the ollio' of the' Prohas o
Ju go for Newharr.) Co t.y, on1 the 6th ~
day of iFebruary, 1901. at 11 a. m ; anitt*
immedhlisely thereafter apply for a
llna,l dli"ch 'eng' as Administrator of t ho U
N'ATH ANJEL GIST,'
AdmInIstrator of the persos'nal estarc
of Maitie M'cC G1-4,, d"ceasecd.
If a lime piece is pur'chased here,
you may be certain of its gooll quality,
in fact., we cuaranstee it This app'li I
to our r'epresentation on all the goods r
we sell. '
Sterling Silver and Out
Glass Just Arrived.
Come and examine oure stock, it Is
DANIELS & CO.
s destruction of Jung by a
rowing germ, precisely as
noldy cheese is destruction
>f cheese by a growing germ.
If you kill the germ, you
101) the consumption. You
'all or can t, according to
Alhen you begin.
Take Scott's Eullilsiol of
,:od I ivcr Oil: take a little
It acts as a
food ; it is the
eas i c S t I*( o d.
leemS not to be
1ood ; makes you
Y u grow strong
II,icl (1 it ' er. Take more;
iot too much ; enough is as
nuch as you like and agrees
vith you. Satisfy hunger
vth usual food ; whatever
0ui like and agrees with you.
\hen you arC strong
-ain, have recovered your
trength---the germs are
Iead ; you have killed them.
If you havo not tried it, send
:>r free sample, its agreeable
AstO Will surprise you.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
-09 Pearl St., New York.
50c. and $1.00; all druggists.
nterest. paid on deposits in the Savings
)epart ment. t, IbIe rate of 4 pet' cent.
0r anWtIDum1 from (.ce of (eosijt It,
OP NiW llWB i? Y, S. C.
APITAL - - - $50,000 00
We t-ralsiet. a general lanking husi
ess and solicit the 11couts of indl
iduals, fitts and cmrporations.
E0 Wv. SUM'IMRl. 1'. W. F1.0Nv1.
1. S. M'OWAElI. P. C. Soi'rr11.
Z I I,SON. V 11. 1i1'NT.
JINO. Ni K i NAi), Pro-ident,.
. lI \IA YER, Z. P. WitlGIlT1,
Y ice il'resident Cash ier.
TATFl OF SOUTII CA ROINA,
COU NTY OF N1 EWBER itY- -IN
COMMON PL ICAS.
. i. W heeler, PIlain,i If, vs. I). (C. Ito
BY~ Ol DER l1O' CO) Ul'T Ii 1E111EN,
LI will sell to I he hIighe'st biadoer,
eforo 1ho Gourt, 11ouse at Newberry,
.C , Onl saleday ini Janfuatry niext, atli
'Iat tract, of land0( si(tuato in the County
nO Stato aforesaid, containing t"orty
ix Acr-es, more or less, and bounded
y the lands of L'viiat Btlantd , D)avid
Cannon, George Wheeler' and WVil
T1erms of Sale: Oneo-hal f cash, hal
nce in -Ii n3 car, with interest from
ay of sale, to be securedl by bond1( of
urcPhase8r anod miort gage of piremuise's
iold. Pu'irchaser' to pay for piapers and
Lamps. \V I). IA R[DY. Master.
Mas1Lter's Ollico, D'-c. 15. 19100.
.1J. Gibson. as Adm'r of J. N. i,ips
comb, dec'd, PlailntilV, vs. Thos. J1
lipse mb11 ct al, D)efendant..
Y OlRi)ER OP COJURT' liIEIcN, I
wvill seill to the hi ghlst, i. to de , he
ire the Courti louise aLt Newber'ry,
. , otn saleday in JIanuary next, aLii
batt iece, patrcet 0r traict of land' ol
rhich the late Jamesft) N LI pscomb (did,
mzed and pofssesu.ed(, situnato in the
ounty antd State aforesaid, containing
'wenty live Acres, more or less, and
oundedC( by thle "LiApscomb I Phc,"' or
>rmerly of Geo T. Iteid, by the "Scur
y Phltte," aLid perhaps other's..
v'orms of Salt-: One.-hal f cash, bal -
neeC otn a credil oiif one, year with in t, r -
si frern day of s ic, to be secured by
otnd of put ch'ser aend mor'tgage oif
retnis i sidsod, a'vit hi leave to pu rchaserP
-i antletipat(C payment IPurchlaser to
aty for p ' pers and( sta(m ps
W. I). H A ICIDY, Manster'.
Ni >M'I, - , laitif. is. .Jasonu
(i H oz I. - fe.,dent.
io Courtt hlouse (Li Ne- s herryi ~. q C.. oni
i (lay I'n JanLr.1 ri xI, all tbat lot of
1(d in he to.wn -f I'r stetrity, c'ountfy
i'd St to afer- -. , e craim ' g Two and
- Nigh tt A-- - , - ofe orLi . l, an
-im ) d e\ '-t.d ofc Sa-, -- 'lihore t,
IIon Fe W A .ro !- . e i <re OP .I fo, St
)r A. N.E 1 in.f, z r. uI. b-,tt .o a
ni i rw 4ct'-t.
A o- aliit ith Ineres frit-i ofhnith
'0t''wn t,Ity nd(I pt-e, 'is,'taind
~orgaFof Acrems, moe, wir le,and
loundedu to lansfMrsny fozer , (
)r . . Lagfrd 11. I1. S t.oomaer
Muters O b-'. de: On.e,l 110,0a.ne
n- on dya ihiteetfomdyo
Formerly I Oc. a
cake, now reduced to
I 5c. a box. We are
making a special run
on this Soap for the
benefit of our custom
ers, as we bought a
large supply of it and
we are able to sell it at
a great deal less than
what it is really worth.
TI M E
Makes it Plain
That our goods possess
sterling and lasting
Better and cheaper
than the best is sold at
all times. Our efforts
to give the greatest
value are not spas
modic and short-lifed,
but constant and last
Our New Year's res
olutions are lived up
to. Our prices might
cause YI to think
quality is vanishing
wthn the best isar,lbut
alinvesato will effrve
moicrro sotl ed
to. ur a rir-,i acyages migh
ca usie y to thinelf
withs the yol ii.r:d ea bt
cinvnedtgatio weibllr proepae
ANovelties, vr e
scritn Mealn rs,
We WISh a
We thank you
fory our very lib
since we opened
in August, 1900,
and we shall
strive for 1901 to
merit a still larg
er share of your
and Dry Goods.
And See the Line of
We are displaying now.
SILKS, etc., etc.
DWe. are right Up-to
mos fastidious in style
and the most economi
the best liningsa onysh
ndsl\OTIONS of all
and we can build a love
fa hat to match any
Our New York Milli
ner, Miss McLaurin, is
all the latest ideas.
Do not forget our
The largest line of
SH OES in the city. See
our Bargain Counter
sure.Yom rstrand see