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Knights of Pythias
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S A T EriD CONVECNTION8 0
this L)OtVe will t,e held the 2,.
,pud 4t1 Tuesday nighis of each moitj
at 7.30. ViS'11g K1HUht4 c"rdiall
welcomed. TH14. EI EP I'[ NG,
K. of R. aid S
Crotwell Hotel Buildinh.
Corrected every Tu.sday and Prida
by Summer Bros.
Meat... .................. ........ .7,48
Shouldilro ............. .....
H am s.......................... ....... I2(< 13
Best Lard ....................... 9 l0,
Best Molasses, now crop...... O(k
Good Molasses..................... 25(a)50<
Corn ................................... 65C
M eal .......... .. ..................... 65C
W heat Bran........................ $1.1
lot Patent Flour................ $4 7
2nd Best Flour.................... $4.26
Strait Flour........................ $4.00
-Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.0%3.7
Sugar .................... . 6c
R ice.................................... 5 8ic
Coffee................................ I 16
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.25
Loose Hulls, per cwt.............. 30c
Bntter, per lb .................... 15(20e.
Eggs, per dozen................. 22c.
Chickens, each................... 15@25c.
Peas, per bushel....... ........ 75e.
Corn, per bushel.................. 60C.
Oats, per bushel................. 3540c.
Sweet potatoes .................. 60(75e.
Turkeys, per lb ......,........ 8c.
Fodder, per owt ................. ?5(490c.
NEW1EtitY co-rON MARKEi
(Corrceted twice a week by J. W. Gary & Co;
January 25, 1901.
Best .. . ....................... 9to
Just received, large shipment Wand<
Fertilizer. I can make it to your inter
est to see me before tu5ing. Can tav
you money. I am the sole agent foi
Newberry. I am your friend, farmers
and want to sav. you money. Call an
one me before buying.
f 3m. J J. LANE.
As an inducement to give The HI)
lyer Wonders such business aL they de
serve, the management will give. t<
lucky person holding a correspondinj
inumber a complimentary first-clasi
-.ticket for all shows of this season.
VOss & SCHOLTZ.
Welcome to 4...o1.1 Hunt.
Col W H. Ifunt tind family. of New
liberry.. bave come to the city to live an(
.will make tht hom- ii Dr. Calvert'
house on Deis street They are mos
heartily welcomed here. Colonel Iun
is associated wi,h S. I' Mc('ravy in ih.
practice of I . Tht- firm has coin c
tions at T "ry, E iluda and Usion
Colonel .A -mander of tht
Sons of " Vetlerani of thi,
state.-E, u u Journal, Jan. 21
You Kaow wtat You'%ru 'nklsag
When you tak. Grove's Tasteless Chil
Tonic because the fomu ar is plaini
printed on every b .i i le. 8howion that I
is simply Iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pa. 50o
Ulve U.. ..- Ne.ws.
We are trying to imparove our pa.
per in many wa*ys, andi need you1
help. Several new corrspoandentls havy
been added to our numier since thb
new year, and we want some one lI
every section of the conunty who wil
give us the news regularly. ThIs I
the only way to get the news while I
is fresh, and people In one part of th<
county like to know what is going os
in other parts. It, will be our especla
aim to always have room for article
which you contribute. hlave we a cor
irespondent in your section? If not
'won't you give us the news? Let ui
ihear f rom you.
The Boat Prescriptlion for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove'
Tratteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply iroe
and quinine in a tasteless form. N<
cure, no pay. Price 50c.
Another Newberrlan Goes to Columbiba.
Again we are called on to part with
family who has been among ,he citi
zoens of Newberry for many years. M:
W. T. Jackson has gone to Columbia
where he has accepted a position witi
contractor Boland. Mrs. Jackson wil
joIn him in a few days. Mr. Jacksoi
was street overseer here for almos
thirty years, and during that time dii
hIs work well and .faithbfully.
It is with regret that their man
friends here see them take their de
parture. We wish for them that the,
may find a pleasant home among Cc
Btops the Vough aud Works off the Volk
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cur
a cold in one day. No cure, no pay
.Price 25 cents.
Our New superintendent,
IMr. F. Mi. Boyd has resigned bl
effice as manager of the telephone e,
change. to accept the position of cit
electritian for the cit,y of Newberry
This position is much more remunmeri
Wive, and one in which his education I
electricity can be more fully utilizecl
The.romoval of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd wi
be a very decided loss to Chester, aln
we take pleatsuro in commending ther
to the confidence of the people of Nev
berry. Mr. Boyd is a natural mechank.
~he took a course in the Bliss t1lchool <
ElCeotricity, and has had considerabi
1practidal experience.-Ohester Lar
Jtern, Jan. 22.
We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Boyd I
Newberry, and feel sure that they wi
)find a pleasant home here as does ever
.one whose lot is east ameocg ..ur peop
Clark's 200-yd. Spool (Cat.'on, 2 spoa
ifor 5o. at S. J. Woote'i. t f.
Va,ttO1 ANI ALL asiour.
See ad. of fertilizers of the oil MU
in another column.
Mra. G. B. Dominick and family at'
occupying the house recently vacate(
ty Col. Hunt.
We want a cOrrespondent for Th
Herald and News In'yout' locality if we
The city council of Charleston t
appropriattd $50 000 to the Inter Statt
and West 1li ian Expohi imn.
The first i,.suo of The Comnloner, thi
Mwekly paper published h. W. J. Bryati
made its appearance on January 23.
Mee ad. inl another column of this pa
per of !he S'eger Manufncturing Co
t. -d it if oul v. ant a good position.
Th St.'4 Agricultural and Mechani
ca! Socte:y will ho;d its annual spring
'neel ing ii 'olumbia tin February 6th,
We are requested to announce thai
Rev Mir. McUlintock will preach ai
B6ush River church next Sunda% morn
Sherlif Buford has had all the priso.
nors in the jail vaccinated. It, would
also be well to vaccinate the county
Court convenes here Monday with
Judge James F. Jzler presiding We
will he glad to have our friends give ue
a call while in the city.
Any one finding a bunch of keys con
taining two house keys and two smaller
keys and one postoflice key will confer r
favor by leaving at, this oflice.
The Newberry Roller Mill will be
closed down after February 9th until
June. Any one having wheat to be
ground will govern themselves accord
Drs. P. G. Ellisor and J M. Kibler
were called to Helena on Wednesday
afternoon to attend Luther Wilson, a
little negro boy whose leg had been
smashed by the % est bound freight on
the Southern. Amputation wtas -cces
Mrs, Mary P. Scrine- "ho for several
years has edited the woman's page of
the State has begun the publication ot
the Day Spring, a weekly journal. We
have no doubt Mrs. Scriner's pa per le
well worth th,: price asked and we
wish her success.
Newberry Is to have a fir-st class up
to-date bakery. Mr. E U. Snnenberg,
of Camden, is having the bakery for.
merly occupied i-y Mrs Spehl thor
oughly cleant d and neatl3 fixed up and
will be prepared to give 3 ou bread in a
Marvin Wharton, the Wufford Fit
ting School student who had such a
narrow eseape fr4'm death by a faillg
chimney in the burned building last
lFrid-y, was able to go hom- yent rday.
He is still very sore and weak Hii
father, Rev W. B W'-art n. o' Pros
perit.%, came for t1im.--S,)c'.atiburg
.lourn'l, Jao. 23
Tuesday afr r- oon fiv '-mer South
Carolina coilege sLudents met In froni
of the -itate h,iuse a'id agreed lo me, I
a I nat same spit a qu-irter of a cent,ury
hencte. The live were W 1) Simpson,
Jr.. ('ofombia; J. l. Klnard and B3 .
Johnstou.-, Newberry; E. M. Rucker,
Aiidertson, arld MlcD)onald Fnrmnan,
rSumter (ountA .-The St,ate, Jan 24.
At, last the old well on the public
square has been filled up, itopro'vini
considerably the looks of things ini thai
Ipart of town, anid while it, is true th~ai
that well bas stood there since New ber
ry has been a town, and t,houands o
thirsty pedestrians have imbib d fleelb
fro.m its never ceasing flow-its days o
Iusefulnesst are over and it must givi
place to more modern improvements.
Just received 100 tons HIgh Grad
Fertilizers, get our prices, we wtll mak
ft to your interest.
t&f.tf.E. M. EVANS & Co.
Three (3) Good Sales
men and Collectors
To work Newberry and Lau reni
Counties. Will pay salary and corn
mission and give steady employment
THE SINGER MFG. Co.,
Spartanburg, S. 0.,
fat 8L 1R. L. ENGLAND, Mgr.
A Splendid Fe.'rftrmance at the Opera
LiHouse Last Night,.
Hillye "Wonder-s" Co. appeared be
fore a splendid house last night, in spit<
Iof the in clemency of the weather, ant
those who attenided were not disap
pointed in the least, the programme wa
laughable, amusing and interesting, th
Hlillyers gave one of the belt perfortm
ances in their line Newbi3rry has eve
seen, the mind reading and cabine
Iwork being uaisurpassed, the entir
show was most creditable. Mine. Hi]
lyer worked with such ease and grac
that she won the Admiration of all whb
saw her. She is cert,a-inly an artist ou
of the ordinary, Nothing but p)rais:
Ycould be beard from everyone who at
tended. The ifis distribut ted were al
Shandsome and costly. The lly 13
certainly gave the people their money'
worth last night, the house should bi
Icrowded tonight. A change of pro
dgramme wvas announced. The leadlini
prize tonight will be a handsome gol
watch, and everybody attending wil
~receIve a present free of charge. Tb
'performance is.strict'y moral in ev,er
0det all. Price of admissiont Is 15c, 25
o WYhat's Your Face Worth?7
IfSonwetimies a fortune, but never,
yoy.u han' a .'alit w u"empl.xfon, a jou,
cii' id ler k nith pisilcs atnd t,lotc-hi
ot lhe s it.-all tIinsof' Liver Tlrout,li
B., Dr Ki' u's No-w L,fe PIlls gI'
Is 0i "r 8k' R-taes Clot-ks, Rich ('or
plexion. Only 25ents at al druggIst
I Hon. and Mrs. C. L. Blease have re
turned frot Columbia.
3 Mrs. Burt' Johustone is at ler, old
I hoino in All,,n(dale this week.
Col. Goo Johnstoe spoit ia few (ay%s
in Columni., tis week on businesi.
NI.. Efgee Speariliran, of P:orida,
was in III ' city We'loslltv "n it.01i-4
NIss Dtisy Cannon ks vi-;iitjn ..,
brother, M'. C II. (.!atntnon 11ndh f,-m,
NI r. E b11i Bt'-a ll) nt Snday
with his alier It -v. \1 NJ. 111abham111tIl
Mrs. 0. 11. latyer and children are
ItL homle aailn after a st'sy .,f some
mon id in Laurens.
NI r. I IL 1111 it, we t t.o Coilumhia
1uesday! o atynd a etnt(tingy of the
Alimii AAsoclation of Sout h Carolina
'liss Nannit- \leGauhrin, of New
berry, is visitig nt C.L W. 11. Ilit's
North D-a st,ruct.-Spartanburg lI,r
aid, Jan. 22 .
Mr. I 1. P.Turner went to Newherry
last week, also Mr. R W. Brown. Mir.
Brown has purcbased two fite mules -
Laurens News, January 24.
Mr. Juo. M Kited and Dr. W. E.
Pelham were in at teoldanep at tbe meet,
ing of the Alumni of South Carolina
College Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Lucy Speers and her friend
Miss Eunice Beach, of Rome, Ga., left
yesuerday for a visit, to Miss Mabel
Means at Concord N. C.
Prof. B. 11. Johnstone was among the
Newoerrilaus who at,tended the meet
ing of the Alumni Association of Smonth
Carolina College in Columbia thi
Mrs. It. H. Welch of Newberiy is
visiting at the home of Mr. J. E. Col.
ton. Mrs. Welch is very pleasantly re
membered as Mies Day who vit-ited
here some time ago.-Union Parogress,
NJr. John McLean, who has been in
charge of the Western Union Telegraph
ofice at Pize.r, stopped ovter with his
brother, Mr S 1 Mel an, on hi wiy
to take eharLre of the oflice at Rock Hill.
We coiigratulate hii on his prom'v
Can save the farm
ers $1.00 to $2.00 per
ton on their purchase
To those of our for
mer customers who
expect to buy of us I
would appreciate their
informing me of their
needs, I can then re
serve for them their
requirements. B u t
don't wait, you need
not haul until it suits
you. There is quite a
'large demand and we
are taking orders rap
idly, and if you delay
we may not have what
you want later.
Newberry Oil Mill,
By L. W. Floyd,
6t Pres't, &c.
Mi'. A. G. Wise has gone weost to pur
chase another drove of mules.
We are very soe ry to hear of the ill
ness of Miss Blanche Kibler.
Miss Marie Bobb, who has been in
the millinery business in Mississippi,
returned homo last Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Bobb, accompanied
by Miss Ida Neal, spent, Tuesday night
under the parental roof.
The board of health of Prosperit,y
has made vaccination compulsory.
Mrs. Rosa Cannon, who has been
quit,e sick at Newb-rry, has been
brought, home. We are glad to say she
is somewhat, better, but, Is st.ill quite
Mr. W. R. Capers died at his home
in Prosperity January 18, 1901. The
- funeral services wer'e conducted by Rev.
3 D. P. Boyd, assisted by R1ev. W. 11,
Hiller, in the Metbodist church, Satur.
day morning, Jaiiuary 19, 1901. The
s retnains were carried to Columbia or
3 t,he 2.14 o'clock t rain for ontermenit ir
the Elmwoid Cemetery. Mr. Caper'
r has lived in our' t,own about, two y'ears,
t, and dur'ing that time he made a greal
3 many true friends, who now mouri
- their lobs He was a member of the
3 M, thodist, church, and up to his deati:
, was ever a fall hful member to hit
t, church and Sunday-school. le was
kind and gentle, and all who knew hin:
Swere imprecssed b'y his deep p)iety, W(
1 wtll miss him, but God hud need foi
a him and calk-.d him up higheir. We cX
tend our heartfelt, sympatny to tbe he
reaved rel"tives, es1 osially to the wife
son and sister.
-"Blessed are they that die in the
SLord " S.
Saves Two Fromn I)..ttti.
Our' lit tle daughter had it itn om fa
e tal. at rack of w hoopi ne e'nmeh tml bero.
y chltis" writesMrs W K HIavilaftd o
e A.rm',nk N. Y. 'ue .wihen aill o he
rem-*diesa fliled. L4f sived her life will
D)r Kmu.g's New D)mteeevery Our ice
who had con umipion in an advanicee
stage, also used this wonderful medl
It eine and toa day she Is perfectly well
-Desperate .throat and lung diseasec
as yeld to) Dr. K(ing's Newv Dlsco,very ai
~. to no ot her medcl ie oni earlth. In'fatI I
e ble for cough< anid coids. 50ii aned $1 0
*- guaranteed by all drvggiste Trial <.oi
Metirem Tmkek hi Stop lite Sprenlt of ti
Oreaut itlatly isn 7gii,ttry &n t T,w-.
lport,s from) different Counties t
th -ite I-, ilrd of IHelt h indivtnte th
k4lpre-k-ad of smallp x inl all parts of th
The autltthor-it ics :iro walkIing up 1 to thI
fact, 'ha som't i lmust be dolle inl
SN St,emalllL'iC way to mitamp out this drea
disease which, although in a very mil
f 'n, is nlone the less loat,hsome.
The followit-r televram was rveeivv4
yest,l-rdav by Dr .1.1mi vs . K ihle
presiCdent of I ho city Board of 1ole 11:
Columbia. S. C , .ian 23.
Dr -1 INI. Kihlor, Ne wherry, S, C.
S'nd mile na1mes of persons inl cael
townlip in count11 y who will tak
charge of smalpox in their collimulni
ties. Authoriz., ihell to act aLt one
Consult Conty Supervisor about Ilh
m1atte. .IAM:s I"'ANS, Ml D.,
Secretary Sistv Hoti d of I lilth
Dr Kibler went to work at, once
1Ie hats colisulted C.-unty Supelrviso
3ciunpert its advi-ed, and a list o
names will be sent to tihe State Boa'
It Is necessary that the people in th
ditferent sections of Newberry Count
give their hearty co-ollerAtioln in thi
uindertak ling. Vecination hats alread;
been made compulsory in almost aill o
tho town-, ia d it would be a good ide
for our fait mers to take matters int<
their owa hanads and order it generna
vaccilation, of not only their ilimedi
ate families, but also of the families o
their tealints and in fact aill iheli lia
borers. Do not wait, unil i a ease o
smallpox is reported in Your com1111tu1
lity, or it illight he develop( d amol
Your owln hou.sehold. .ut tale t4 hzurrl
way of avoiding the disease. Vaeciml11.
Act it once in the matter for the saft t.
of yourslf antid t.he protection of *0out
A a,ilin WVoildtig.
Over in Lexinlgtol] county yesterdait
Mr. and Mrs. Thiomat- Mtrr cel-..bratal d
the semi-centennial of their weditian
NIr. Mira, who is a f -rm r, had invited
m:any of his friends to lis io-plimaib
home and the golden wed .ing fustivi
ties were claborate. All of the childreu
were present There was it note wort h3
wedding dinner, an(d l)Ien1ty of goot
musie. Several who were grooisim.-r
a:all bildkSlaIds at the oiligilnal wCdd iit1
\Ir. .1 io. It It -denb ingh of Newber
r. . Who atit. d4 t , wats inl the city lai,:
niu ' e Statt Jan. 21 h.
Liawt r P1r..opi-raly N.wm.
To.y is dark at d rain %, stire.
Me aid \trs. S 1' Taylior, of thi
e.wiamun it. , v idi ci he iI soia, I r .1. It
To ; rof Li-xineton 'Coity, last week
1r. .. II. Kiiarl I. is movtd frIo
this s. et'n1 to lea Pomlt-aria.
M s- .1. 1). Taylor and Mis, 14la
made ail . nu visit, to M\ . J. H. D jwt
''le 'Imalil gratin of this community i
looak nie very' liae.
MI . D). P. Adams, of this community
vast:ed her,autnt 'AtNeiwberray last wer i'
MI .lifton taaylor1 aind siter, MIis
Be.'sie have r'emurned to th(eir home 11
Auguasta, G i , aif i'i a shoart visit t
f tlnds anld relatives,.
Mlises. D L K(iard anod 10 W
D.amlinick made a I3 inag tip lo P'oma
ria I. st week.
Mr. J. W. Mel.z, of Gary's, wvas I
town last wue.k shaking hands with hi
Mr. C. S. Ni hols and fatmily, of Si
Luke's sectiona, visited Mar. H-. D. T1a3
jor's family, oaf Rlightwell sect,ion Itui
Saturday night, and sunday.
Mr. G. W. Caroamer vIihed Mr. Wi]
Geor'ge last Sunday night.
Mrs. Lizzie Campbell is visiting hie
daughter, Mr is. Noah IDahart.
Mrs. Ir'a G. Doaminick a'ides a whec
M rs. Bachmnan Caromer' and her chatrn
ing daughter, Miss Carriel, visited Mri'
John Fellers last Saturday evening.
Mr. 0. W. Amick has rtutirned homx
after a short visit to the cit,y of Colutna
bia, S. C.
I close by wishing much success
all. Tr. D. A.
Prosperity, S. C., Jan. 2.1, 191)1.
We had q1uite a cold wave last wee
but no snlow.
Mr. J. C. Singley went down ,to (<
lumbla last week on a business trip.
Messrs. Singley Braos. have cont
menced sawIng lumber ag~ain and who
you want, lumber call on t,hem and the
will treat you right.
Our school ia moving on nicely wit
a good at,tendance of pls)l.
Now Is a good t,Ime to re aa ,h
Herald and News when y'ou ean gi
the Liegislatturo nous fresh twice
Rt -v. .Jas. D. Kinard, i Lo'esvll
-pent a few dayse wit,a h is mnother's faan
Ily .i:, ,ist. week.
Qac e a nuanfber' of th) youtng f'ud
en1jo ed a muaesic'aI at, Mr . J A (
K( aa i'.i hom.l on Sal urday afternool
'Vo cairn the at ternoona was p)leasantl
ape4nt lisa eiIng to uico sweet music.
W are st,ill looking forward to an
hoping for a daily maail through thi
neighio>rhood at an early dlay. Such
n,ail servie' is much needed.
.Our faramers are cutting wood an
(clamng up lanids for the new year'.
As usual I see iaix-paying t,Ime 'hi
hee'tn e'xtender d to the fIrst oft March.
rthink thIs is a mIstake as It ene'otrag(
rabe peaplei to be more careless in pa;,
ing a heir tax VTe peolo expect tA
tie to b' extended and of course ho
back in paying their tax. Ta'x p)aylr
shoii'd be ciosud at, the set time and ii
exee n'ion allowed.
I Rev M. Mi Klnard Ph.D., pastor
I Ebene'zor Luthereani church, Columib
8. C., hats our thanks for rememberb'
us a ith a niero c'.ralair for 1901 whit
cont.tlus a picture' of t,ho new tchurc
51jiil-po1 or Elephanihals, Which,
Is Almost every ynr, f'or thI Iast sC vera
1)a:.t IItIe I it s beln w t I I, is t eirmi d
Snall-pox Scare" in ulinot. the entir
0S uth1 Tha, 11h4-disvilst-ofwl-ich man11
kind h 's so re"th a d so often Imi
su' jecttd i4 Sinill po\ is a1 Imlootet
<ItuIstI ionII, I-vein aIIo)g cte learn-letdI .Ildi
Ca. 'raternity. w 1 iHe tei laily hits bec[
a Is hadly divided. Anld, that it i, small
pox, the laiy is growiig 10141 aR
m111r11 iIIir4duiolls I vel'ly ya.31r. Theil
rt aron for duig wo is veiy Iin, ut
have bevn Mild timv and againi, Chat thht
Way to stalp out !his disease Is bly gen.
vral va'vcinatioll. To U.his pvople Ilav
submitted in alimlost every case without
compiflaint. thoug"h mnanly have had, and
ex pireys g -ave douhis as to t he dispast.
being snall-ip x Bit ins'eald of stamplll)
lig out, tho dlisease it seems ralher.
tu grow worse every year. The Conl
tapion, every ye ar, bWuies farthler
reaching and Imlore geienral: and tloug h
p-ople have been v,tecinitt d, sti'l they
have it all I he sme, Iloards of I lelti
adopt vigelolus IIles and regulations
in almo't every town and city, yet all
to no purpose When the iperiod of
tho so-called Smiall-pox Setale comes,
thea along comnes, the di-aiv ready to
accomlodate every (liciple of Jtinecr,
or- rat.her the millk-mi11i, (if t.he sevei
tetnith century, and deplet the town
and city treasui i s. All of this has
Cauls' d mnally to scriously question the
ats'ert ionl that, the discast, is Smnall-pox:
ald the lol)ger Lhis sort, of thing goes
onl, tho more wil it be questioned.
If (ur loards.pf 114,al(h and cit'y phy
ieianls were at little Imore 1e11-1lar) lit), in
l. u10 Of "IeI:ivC.4" and" less in
tt us of eurvs, we woulId have less of
,11 I-alib d sfllall-pox it tl, country,
If at layliuanl bo allowed to express his
viows in he mlatler, I.hley are 4imliply
bilt S 1 : That to prevent tite contract
ing ltil Sprind of this dist-aso, we mllust.
he m .74 , 41rfu in allowil cilUS08 0'
a1Y (11 * r irfvtVlin,g mn110eger1ie to pMI11aa1hP
lIr' -t-re' . 1I a'ny oie who Is interet
ed engh1i0 ill Ilhe iatter will take tih
trouble t'o investigate, he will find thel
foill lowin- to Ier ruc: You will niv(i
ii I :in -h 1 hut thit It w w ikll b1 4v.,
pu u.' at a li t.-I or l!SS extetill i
ever 13 Sti 3 n 'lepi nt, in Ily life [,lt
Wam eil if'elY free from temit. NOw, SPe
that your ImIld is perfectly Cleanl-use a
a stronlt m11anilifying gIams withl) whitll b,s
-terine--Ithien draw or h1and h11itly
HI I, ant Clepha,t 's skin3, then u'' a
irong rvlass and inspi. ct your hand, an.1
()nt will he UJtrly' V IAtoli-hed(l at w1iui.
yVl will sIl'. Y01u% will think that y'Ou
hand is a 1wrfect d.3In of Serpents of
every discripltiol. If t1,hsevare allowed
to reml-,inl, andl Your bloo0d is then It-11
imnll'e, oil will have thil Saml3' disel'
ll t is nlow b-1iIg Calledti smalll p)X. 3ut
if .olur hJood is pull., . oil will sullyf-er n)
in.vIfnv''nienve. No *-, it k it idiput
ein fbel, that all c3reses that varry
mnvnageries have one or more mWIn
alff0eWd with this diseas11 alIOSt all tll
3.ime. Such was , c case when the last
C1ruell- \ isitud Now 03lberry. 0Ono man
wou ld, if the doCto' h ad seen It i t), bon
S -t. from here al, once. Bhit tlt- doe
blors didl n)ot se'e himn, t,hough several
l ot's did(, and)1 he1 was1 allowe1d to sItay
b ill hi' 13311d inoeu'tlated! some1 leople withb
whoim lie camite inl con3tac0t, andl t,bey in
3.11r'l ino0 1) -uLted o hi r it; and)3 it itas beeni
331Ild or3 51evereCc, accor13d in)g to the 0condi-11
A'ai: Te etreus mfanauger's were
a- ii 1wed 30 (dump31 t.he stra1w (out of 33n
'lephantLf.'sca Cot on1 ) t,he side (If the
rail1 r oad, w herec it, may ye1, he seen33,
10tonculate as5 imany whIose blood3( was
imnptur' enotughi to be ino1culated0(. Now
it is my humtxble 01)piion that, if we had1(
not alilowed these to haIve (occured we
wou)ld have1' had no0 smalLl-plox scare' no0w
And t.ill we (10 lprevent tese tings3~
fr'oml a1kin pla~IIICe, we wvill n3~eer stamitp
out, this disease. Some)3 may try to (1is
pu1)e thIs by 51ayinig t,halt other. towns8
and)1 cities have t,hiis same disease15.
(irated0(; lt.0 other townts and3( clite
haitve (1on1e just liko we-allo0wed them-n
selves 10 be inneula13te'd by the same0
Now gentlemnen (of Medical pr'ofessoon,
dlon't, throw this alsidle ani'h Ltt this
3ma13ter' dro simp 13lly becau,1se lb is a3la
manr's iews on 'he mat,t,ber3. Th7ere areC
some) 3i igs metClbionred in tihe aboive, tc
prove'( w1hiichi wi't,n1ssets are' no0! walntin3g.
hei M.t dient bri'hI r'en of thet OV'3 se etth
c3en.tury Ilaugt.hed Dr',..Ienner's M ilk-maid1(
thor to3'' ( scorn', bt the~ M edil1 frater-'
nitly (If the twentrioth century are' matk
Sing~ money 13t (If it if it was1 that, (If a
mnilk-maid. Ir't us look 1into Ihese ma)31
ter's antd see If we 333 ca't preven V our1 31
stre'i' t5 fr4on bielig th e dumin Ing ground l(
of every fLiIthy circus andi ma)(nager it
that1, comes0 a1longi. and, when we do thal
we will have 1less or thle SO-CLled small11
0 .Ji3,h conla'I lEave Stood it
S If he. 'dl Ii (hi1ng 1'bles. Mlhey3're I' r
ri, ly ann io.v ing; but3 ih'-klen's Arniici
H I.l ' will cur o ih' Ile w1ors't eas3 of l.ili
on oi h'3 Ii 1 has en redl thoutandsh. 1"oi
I Jori. s, Pains at 11 d(ily E'ruputio-iit II
it he bst sal vel i33 the1 worblI IPrico 25:
-box Cure gt1uaratlvpd, S 'Ad b~y al
ii Today at noon the Slate railro'atd COmJ
11 mission Is to 1)3(ar several r'epresent.,
ativesi o)f the smtaller cot Ion oil mills Ii
d 1,hi8 Statin re )lgard( to the l'rl13est,(
the railrioads3 for an3 increaso~; In thb
.rat,es onl cott,on seed. Among thosi
, who reacehed here ye'sterda1y aftet'nooi
- to appeari todaiy aIre Messrs. .J. N. L Ip
e comb~ of Gatiney, andi L. W. ["loyd c
d Newvberriy-TIhe Stale, Jan11. 25th.
Ib This signtutlro ia on every box of tho genuin
Laxative Bromo-Qninine 'rametva
the ramn1y that cnme a ano,4 1m ne am,
"Gotf's inger eit'ld hin1i ti and hI
)n th' lI ith of Oi llh , 1 M0, Sitml
liel N. E s- : ii :' .e r of il,, asSi I
- froill I.--ath unto11 li*t-A M - E.:A - , wa'I
hil)il lil t' i it) - f 'harli,i.o l d ""o
I at desv ntla t o) f 'ai inutli Iid l:an nl
w% i fhe, biho St t lt, s ( eil in I t C rohI o11
uncler the1 yo l ti;o, am n'i ot i li.'g
L'rom tcest. stat y N w !irs h ;vnt!1i I I
ietedt t ha it it rt voe nCe for uOilt , Sob ie i
Of lIIft., and lo(1 1 e% o f libh tL.y whIIi I
elhallicleriz d1 his youth anl 1ti lm h od
When but at boy hel serlved inl the ('ni1te.
Stutt s Navy On thet. Piwilk,. co:ast duvrg
the M Nex il war11, atl it3 asamonig t.he
lir-St 1 v0%OlunIt eCer fOr Coast4 (IeCfenc ICCWhenCI
his native city sounde1ii th toesin of
war. l'ut hits knowledge Itil skill in
nlev,hallivs Soonl hut-atil known ati (the
giet ntlcd of lOhiw gover i, ent for milenl
who could aisikt in 1ih' tr'a1nspit'Lation
of men atiniIi iaterial to the seat of watr
cat--eit i. l',vtiv n to ho detaileL to
11 ele0..., tIlipe' Car-Oliita. wherl'e lie (tII
fitilt.hifti duty during tilc trying times.
ill. wits i uni Of fixid pritciple andt
WilIn tol if he woul ti ke the i-OnlCIid
oath Ithe would be given back his home,
replied: "I will work my arl'ms off, but
n1 ve %('I' I t em I ll) to SW(Ila' It ft!sthooti."
As it Christian Chu Lire ha iltn lie was
liberal, )-ovinga all who tet-pteil Christ
is the hea of the ClIt'uieb M ilitait; as
a husbantd triue anI devotld: s it father
tendler Ittid indigi'nt, telching his sois
bly pre-cept anId exati.10 the (11uties of
the Christian and ti e l izeit.
Mr 1"'Va11H tteavs it widow and five
sons, Dr. 0. 11 Eva s, 11. If. Evans, E.
\I. -vans, of mis count\; S:tmueiii .iiTer
Son) 'ails, of V i gi i lia; Slt-phen 1:lliott
EvaIIn'I;. of A thens, Tssee ; hose
coifort inl teti. sait hereavemint tire
those words of iiliiit' trst, "I fear not
dvathl, tho Iatare l,pti, for mC."
and the hundred and one simi
lar ills caused by impure blood
or inactive liver, quickly yield
to the purifying and cleansing
propi-tics contained in
It cures permanently by acting
naturally on all organs of the
body. As a b] ood-cicanser, flesh
builder, and health-restorer, it
has no equal. Put us in Quart
Bottles, and sold at $1 each.
"Tl MICHIAN DRUG COMPANY,"
g Tako Livercttes for Liver Ills. a5c. *
'. I' l' himti, Newherry, S-C.
Sithiji's rI )1ug St oro, Newhcry S C.
The Ieeders Pl'itrmaev, Newherry S.
Man has just paid us a
call and we are now
able to give you the
best prices on articles
in this line. Anything
from a Wooden Spoon
to a Wash Tub can be
found at our place. See
our goods before buy
NHEBIlBY II11111 WIR800.Q
We have just received
three cars of New Or'
leans Molasses. Hav
ing bought in large
quantities we are pre
pared to make a very
low price. Call and,see
our goods before 'you
BLUE IDGE RAILROAD
14 C. BEA" TE1k, Receiver.
ntiSweten Asnderston anod Walhalla.
lAIiTIIOUND W JCtTtOUNDt
o. 12. Mtattonst. No.
S r 1' 00 iam ........Anderson ............Lv 3865 pri
A r 90-10 iom..........n ver.......Lv 36 pn
A r 10 22 amn............1P'tn dietoni..........Lv 4 i4 pr
A r 10 '3 am....Clie.'iCosstg...... Ly4 23 pt
Art) 07 "nm......Adamie' Uroin.....Lv 4 29 pmr
A r 9419 am }......n....... .....i.} . v 447pr
A r 1125 amn......... West U nion ...Lv 5It pr
Art921a ......Walaha.....L, 517 pi
0 '. M. Lv. P'.M. A
J. Rt. A NDERON, Superintiident.
Uonnect,t' nit at, Seneca with So R Rt N.e 11
T AL AnonrHrm with ca u,al.lw ay i . an
\VO (1arry) tho best to ho had. No
donht about it.
"m y SHOES of Mower Co., an d
got. good Ones.'"--Goo. E. Koth Co.,
Walkover, tc., ote., for mon and
boys. Storling, legina, tc., etc., for
Ladies. Full ilno of Childron's Shoes,
al wO have th very bst of t1he
cheaper lines iado in tiis country
for Women and Children th, cMe
brated (loodmnii line.
Com and soo usm.
C. & G. S. MOWER Co.
We offer Jeans, Cash
meres, Clothing, Jack
ets, Cloaks, Hats,
Fancy Dress Goods,
at 25 cents off the
$1.00 until January
AUDITOR'S 1 OTICE,
()H, AN Al'I'MIZI-:1) A0I,NT
Vill at, the fII I ll(,, wII p i ce
amd( bl,,ow frl te purpose of toing
et ',ilA 'if li"ro-mill property for the
" St. I, l l " I I.
" 'rosperily, " b: 1 1i, .
an11i N\vhvy until Pebruairy 201th.
after winch l itme the law%V r1<uiresai ,
peialty of .-A p. cell. tohe <Il ded.
Ae txIIIe, and pisii- et wndmon th
uigsa of 21 an101 yes(- lt) iLS (I iaLble to poll
tonx unles'- e.vempJt by', lawiO. TIhie lawt
prov$idesiii. alofr anIinco e tax on vi
.roIs incomes 1 f j 2.500 an(~Ird up,'twrds.
Liv numb11111 er of School I) istr'iet.in w hich
A uditor Newherr'y Co., S. ('.
H osiory, II1and(korchliefs,
(Corsets, Gl1oi s,
Jintingsl atnd Trimmings.
The blet Ilosiery a11n ost of it!
Tihe )5 bes Iallandorchiofs and11 most of!
The host Corsets and1 m2sL of them!
rThe best Gloves and most of thorm!
Come and too us.
STIATlIC Oh" S)JhOUII CAlR0LINA
COUtNTY' Oh" N hCWHIititY.
D)avl HI WVhieer vs. .James CIonnelly.
3Y V Il'TU10' OF AN ICX tCUTIO(N
) to mes dlirected heroin, I will sell
biefo~re the Court, House ait, Newherry,
8. U., on Saleday in Fe'bruar*y (4th),
1901i. TVhe following described realI et -
tate, levied on ais the pr'ope,rty or Jiames
Connelly, to wit: A*'I that TIract of
, ld Situaoted in No. 9) T1owunshlp, New
b erry County, M. C., con taining Fifty.
Aeres, more or hess, Ilecorded in Deed
1i nok No 7, pa~ge :i20, anzd bounded by
lands on the west by .John H-farmon, on
a t,he tsout.h by lands known as the Tave.'
land, on the east by Cailk's Ferry road,
a onl the nort.h by 13. F. Mills.
a ''Terms -Cash I 'urchaser to pay for
rn stamps and :ijpers.
r 81 eY M Mt. 1lUF"OlD,
g Sherli's Orlico, Jan. t0, 1901,