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F. 1H. AUIss. EITOl.
T*i1P. BAND OF4 11OV'E.
Aimat TruMs 4 n Tu%esdaly E-:vinhg --The
%iIreomP by Iter. W. I, i rheri.
Th:iinIlI ti'eat of the I;and; of Hope.
a t p r i r :li .at o s*:-(t(1 " e v
kep)t up :,in .r aCath tI hou h he
S. 1lower amdl Mrs.e a Mrs.
given oil Tw-day a
Th;s organ:at in a A
tlowing, and 5e
Mir. 310wtT ann3: s!fr
the prai.e uf o w w
its he1arty co-11!.r%. -
make the:-e be) :1: -
lir-ned wai ti. -' 11 h. \' -!
com e . a-:.:
I 'ravr r was :
Il I k p.: ' I i I 8 th I ~ . i nCie
o,:ad-.; by 'w'r! i- "0 1w, Ha tn
b ' ! he choo!. T :n- . ) for :. ea- ear
is "Pre.- Forward'." The n;.otto lait
ycur was "I'ihilin A llT ig
The a11 -- of the afte.-Inol w k ,.C..
li%krud by I--. V". 1. Illerbert. of the
KH ld VfWo a K im, "A 0. ma , :
EI tenulld t11 by a. i . w'r': pre-ent.
The nub,'- t w i -i-it :; e
Upon the Chih;rn "
Voll 11"- werf,w".:y c >wroct. I'adain,.
I alvays deinm it a privileve tospeak to
children. I have thaM privile right
often, t"O, yet thin is "ornuwhat an en
larged number of tL:at, crmvd Which I
uisually addre:s., I wa-i tohd whon asked
to speak to you I his afteiion that you
woul be rather re8tless looking for
wardI to a Iew!vd, and thcrefore I Iad
bil- he iuerciful a1, to io. I was told
also, nlot e.iactly in II-'wordh-, but to
this intent, when a-kiky the pastor of
this choirch albout what I -huI ld li:-poak
hie said, abou t tt-1 inlinuteMs. wvith 1
t IiItI i.vIi nat l i on to im crt y. So I ha%%.
been dIi.-Coura"cd -o far a- it lng tpeech
i- concti1ernl1ll. In faet, I l:ve talked
elllugh toebildren to know that they
do not care for long_ spt ehes.
Thie thing- that are her' load our
liv- fuither bla(k, but the'o bags Of
c7l y 1 , vk, . rk-nihiln 1! ('f a little piece
I - -%;'. Hn -1N paper. .\ little pirl was
wvi(_.. , M rn.oth, I :tn; ;a v .emn Im .rn
p , 1tint 11 o;1 a te. ' aihina, whlt
ktind of at trec is thil-: 1 ''Ii:t ia t'. it is
it guil tree " ''\\ lI, m.una, I will have
at heap of g uml drop' now, 1,'t?t"
Somiebodyv Ia- certainlyv fa Ii.4 tree
('toek hanlyl, and Cfruiit,l booike and111
that i I wa t,. o '[a I' a e' lIur wholeV 1 .i
in wr ing I it '. ie It , i l11t i l al.I
yo rlifef', wvat if y.ou ilrt anddi l
BtheriCl \\ilClani-. orll 114111 iothr MeIl
im inf. TICII)utta isn whIa ne woris
in ing toli e tlrl ife nnind out wl1hat
lif14 ite is or w atil gold tin it, andIi do'
the 11oo54 he1can whattha1 a ofrl thatCll
on this teOinpX rauC1- un~Ion is tOU inakeI
aim.0 h. ai11n of l then.hern wo
thn all the0 o telngera I unons whlther
taton (1.he) i orly oung, It lto one
sobefr men an women.00 II i,g to tme,
come hof t he 3citren toha v e berg
hae ied Ith a)1. If ofl1d' thC unin
pioso thatI some4, oftes hildr en wo (
cond ere thinkg thare th ilenio. Isto
covrath, comounver thneC a boylo ooky
comt hlfo th dear ao beook,o to haey
good biguc timeon. a er whengery
tho anybl omnieti whenke dilo not.
stop to tnk bouall'rcithefd a r
woerfulpledgo there, whlIllyo tr
coves nthin aoutd Wheaco boy I'too
toeh plege about tot,i beog to At.
ty ate, oganizaione ofk tis. c 13iut
siged tmato thise ane, ovnre the
grounid of drinkilng atnd the use of to.
The purpose of all tempe)ranIce work
and of ti temnperance un aion is to make
you boys tober men01, to gr'ow uip with.
Out knowledge of the0 use of tobacco and
We like to have this day come. We
like to s0ee all these p)resents hiere. I
can stop he long enough to ciongratuI
late eory ono who has been faithful
enough in cominug to this mcetlng to
secure any of these presents. But what
do they miean? This, that the good
people who aro interested In y'ou chii
dren are ready to labor for twelve
months and not oniy to put their labor
-, ' into it, but their money into It in order
to get you to come hero to be instructed
'. in temperance. - Tro Is the aim.
I r'ememnber that some yeatrs ago there
,was a tempiorance union in a town not
over ne hundr.&l miles amay. Tbe..
is not any union there for children now
that I know of, but I have heard this,
t hat there were two or th-ee boys who
were milelibers of that ti i, ii who aro
drtinkards today. When they were
boys like yo, they took the ph ge that
,A have t0. ak ! n. Yuik :v' e2 o no ct:.
celos.... 0":dy .e a union
an b . o notn, go ingh :
'p the-0 ' u V
:he tae litl together. Ther is .Q
emingatim inth lieof threie grs
when hey wl ha tol sae o.
Llow are L hea you no goinge th
ee Well, IU wlol? elno the ubest
way, the hortet, the hay that, pruNh
althe oun, and they h Ae tcewib
:hro: : t T e togehe. Therle d
at .a umke inere ld an there gdirs
l:: :- il hato ti out? youn
may ave you gao o tho Ld tes
t'r:ie v.r Wlhem tohlli n nhe er
p:w-r, thn oret, the wahare IChseernc
bowl,..r. d and thythve recewinb
tie7ake h ke ome thi. Ther man
that love,. J1esus, who has committed
his life to the kteping of the Lord,
t,at tn bes oum Out the paropr aim
ia life. A d every pledge that hoe
couhl po jssibly make, whether as a cit,i
zea, as a urch anem her, or a member
of any temperance organization or any
It,her, every one of them simply goes in
lte wi t tah e great amin r punrose of
his it, w hich is to glorify L,he Lord,
it wIo h eand ho has givn the keep.
ink of hmis heat. That covers al of it.
th hil ] ,vt: iesus, r wo haot come
lwri' ito thtiis worMd uo'hnat s:ave us
frIdan t o t lhe ad pila or to save
tha it haven. ie wis ei 'at by our
ill avely A'd her y0 save d fron thaie
ona a to save uIsk to tte otier, lIe
camie to redeem t us, to make us over
like himself, so that we tught live
riht, a do hi wil. go thai the aLim
that you must. have is to glorify the
illae-ous nam of this he'hrit. whao) hHt.
dIitd for' yot. Ilhen will yoaur 'l--dg'm.
he lep l, (God w rsill i hnortd, yotr
Lart- s will e h onor'i, lw our teehi erts
ill he honorvd. ie ' will bo gtoiae,
and thsre witl risi up a geea t io or
yocauvng Fe anl wret tei Newhrry tilt,
who are fato fu' - Irue t. o , the
hurch and11 the t eem .anity. This I prav
itta t hu the .'musn thut th. retit
A. .li e-iclm on111 of M . H eheit.'l.
o+- - "\ - t '.hor roll a1 1alledl ty u
.1 r"' wa-! , sia-g by th er.tir , Ycho.
1% 'une:- w'ere e'tatoie I ti ring *1
i a' a.h h I a i (;r,e a e beoar fgo itno
iindo ht-' . Of that minat r 29
did a. a. 1e a meet iner luritng thle
year. 8 we.*t a reset, at a-very an- eting
ex 'epT 01w, and ti I made an average ina
aut tent :ance oif from 50) to 9lti per cent.
Tlhane who did not mists a meeting
*luring~ the y'ear' were awardedl two dol
laurs, th liris't, prize. Tiheir namos ate:
Jotlay aDavie l t ' I.$nltn
lIolly D)aevt,. uita aacelr.
M~aery tDavix. Eaetl itanr
I . zzte Etarhareit . (uro mair
Mat tIe Epettaig., ic Wai
Wi7lltam tAron. IailAane
Mafettt ltaunter. Mgi ilohsn
MosaHe lItay ea.
I)oa'u M atia,.eore Sumtue.
given o all hoAe wo maest,.veag
attenanca'of o rpr Went.
?eI hu Adaaca. Pau nAd Tuatg.
Maigl lontiaea. iMaggi Thompson.
Jaes Wa 1)amso. Eva Weagast.
(ToniWe.ot. i'via . "uei Werbet.
'Ioa. 'Mannc0. Elm taoo Ipeedt,
Theala ''t~iatt.hirdpiz rsaabook, whaiOkch is
atdanc *of over 50Veri ceana.
TaitIlilDca PR IZ LIST.'
Jlita a) itle. Jal.
Jeniao Mannla. .dr '. itmIol
MoaciC Davidton. raxne*lk.
R'ut inatGilder. frrtI(o aaa.
Gaienlvev Man. VmiLa.
Tho. Tloaran. Ato
A unie Tart.. L
LoaIte Johnsn. I)t(Tgan,
Mintnle Evlavir. lli saafa
Elaudo orrist. aira ~
Cyhril Hl.aaa.ro. (aay(na,e
NX- 'LSIOR ITEMs.
Sunday was a rainy day and unfit for
So far we have no small pox in this
section, and very few are being vacci
Mr. Foy of Saluda county, has been
on a visit to Mr. D. It. Cook's family.
Mrs Shea'y is visiting her daughter,
Mrs jaies Livngston, in Saluda sec
Misses 13-sie t,nd Mamie Counts
have been on a v,sit to their brother.
B. C. Counts and wife, of St. Luke's
''he patrons of our school have pur
chased a bell, which will be put it
shape this week, so when you bear the
be I sound -u now do't get alarmed
Mr. Yarborouhzh, the temperance lee
tir- r. wai at ur school buildiu,: -gaiu.
Wedue-day night. and ulde a d
temlr*anoe ta.: to a very ;eod aud
e M. Yarror%u?b setem verli uuc.
zcested ic h:s work. and we tove bis
ee oc 'teaipera:e may re su:It
n1 re r. Mrs. JA-s ._',24e.
x, ;",. s~ -~ juew corrt?sri~d'
writin_ !rom Co'Onv sectLQe ive us
the ne.ws often. ai we have always been
a fond lover of "violets."
Owing to the rain, there was no ser
vice held in the sebool building here,
Stony Battery Budget.
Vaccination is all the talk of our
Mr. John D. Boozer and his two
brothers, Clayton and Hans, have
moved theIr families down in Lexing
ton county, where they are now en
gaged in the eaw mill business.
Mr. Z. Wright Dennis' new dwelling
house, near the Morris public highway,
is near completion.
Sturday, one week ago, the writer
and his family mado a flying visit down
in dear old Lexington county, where
we were the guests of Mr. Henry 1).
Taylor, of nearlR!ghtwoll. We spent
the night with Mr. Taylor, and on Sun
lay returnedito Mr. J. A. Krelle's, near
the line of.,Newberry and Lexington
countics,:wherc-we.s)ent:the day very
We'lfnd tho~people ofthe piney woods
in much better financial circumstances
than the people in upper No. 9 town
Ahip. They huvo many advantages
iver we up-count.ry people, as they have
plenty of good pine timber, to make
shingles and croasties of, besides a
vreat deal of oak and hickory, and In
reneral you find every farmer, who
raises all of hIs home supplilA, with i
plenty of meat, plenty of lard, plenty of
1lour, plenty of corn, plenty of oate,
plenty of potatoes, etc. And the morey
they make is clear money. You Mid
alnost every farmvr down near Rie it
well with altos" all of his last yea'
totton, which goes to mhow that they
are not in need of money. They aso
have a gre-ut deal of good fertile land.
Mr. Th'omas D) Amick miadIe a shee'it
v'sit down in Lexiogtoni. Oh, Tomn,
t.h'-ro must. h,e a clique in that, visit.
W\e are sorry to bear of the deat.h
M. Arethur IP. Vaughn, of Newherry.
W''. ha:ve known \f r. Vaughn for male
C. M-. Nichols has purchased the
R's,.e* If. HIiw place s's the Sto'.y TI -.
re-.:l and,. i- do; ng some reupai rI ..;
Mr. D)-'.l P'. Adams, Prof. J D)
Taylocr andu~ .nozuas D). A mick, of ml a'
Pr9osperIitv, enmau out, t.o Mr. O 8
Nich--Is' inst i-aturday on a hunting *ex
podition. TLwo dog fighuts, two rabbits,
one patridge and shot at by a tmist.erioeus
gun was their luck. Just ask Dan about.
Mr. Edit.or, we never like to make
any complaint of anything and espec
ially of bo small a matter as we are g ,
iug to make referience to, but our last
two tissues (of The Herald aund Ne--.
could hardly be read on account of
some p)ar't of the paper being folded
over when at press.
Mr. J. B. Fellers Is about through
hauling lumber from Hawkins and
Mitniek's saw mill to build his eight
reoom d'welling in Newberry.
Proif. J. D). Taylor and wife have re
t,ured from Columbia and will make
their future home for awhile in the
Mit. Pilgrim section.
Mr'. Andrew Nichols of Stony Bat
tery section Visited hIs son Mr. P, L.
Nichols in the St. Luke's section last
We would like to see the child labor
bill pass at this session of the legisla
ture as it is a good bill and would be a
blessing to humanit.y as there are too
many children worked in our mills who
are too young. Chips, did you ever
read the second Epistle of John?
There is a p)etition on foot in this
section to have Mr. George Lest,er put
back on as mall carri'er on the old St.
Luke's star route, provided all the
part.ics along the r'oute will olga hIs
p)etitIOn, but the law says that the mail
elrier musiit het a)lO t,o read and write
the' Em*gssb language intolligenitly.
While we would feel sorry to see Mr.
Bushnell Bowers, a son of the HI'n. L
8. BJowers, of Prosperity, put cff our
rout.? as h e akes a good and u'ner'gete.
mail carrier and we have beard no com
plaint of his admiuistration as mall
carier on this route.
So we will close for this time for fear
our fow little notes may reach the waste
The Bl*st Presoription for Mislatla
Chills ann Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tiasiueless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
andr quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure, no na. Prina ano.
The cold weather ha vitased t.h- sal I
grain to look (rmall ) for the past few
News in (he eounty Is searco, F1am1e
old seven and sx.
Mrs. Fannie Ilaile, of Newberry li
been in the vomutniviil,% for Heveral days
V111itIn! frI.As - t '-, ZatiVOH.
out friut J I.1, G14ary Uille is 4on.
fir! ( to int hue ftom a vacvcinlated
ari. but i -'imtroving some.
J tr1j - W. ILtdersonu has been on a
busiuess tripl to Newberry this past
J. It. [%ichard his been attending
coirt at Nwbterry.
J. C. aU J l: I 't'tdeld have torcd
from :t C lur- vt I.,., W h ro.: I I). v
va,-ua e arm .
S . 41rd b s lien v r: ;I
of the lower part of the cum .v au
dQds a .ine prosp4t Aor sw-al e-iu.
Now is a farjeis oI e e t u-"ri
as the small gran aereage u - -asQo:
50 per cent iu the pos' 4 yc:s
[By increase aereag:0 in g:-aio of
course will deeresse thec cotto w. reage
which will put the farmer i a shape
that his expenses cannot be .i g reat as
has been for the past 10 yevr-.
There Is a day comn that eohh cot
ton State will consume its production
of cotton except Texas, judging by S.
C. mill record of 1900, an the we will
have a cot,ton market from the mill 6
months instead of 3 or 4 and get better
Trices. As a general thIng the advance
in cotton from Feb. 1 to April 1 bne
fits a class of people that can better af
ford to sell at low price thant hose who
have to Sell from Oct. I to DVc. I to pay
off papers that are against them for cul
tivating their crops Farmer's don't
practice the economy that, other classes
do is one reason why a lot of us don't
J. 1). Epps, Jr., has been in the mule
business and came out a good one a head.
T. B. lendy is suffering with heart
trouble from the OIu cis of a cour-inv
spree, hut viv,ss he will soon b. 0
K, as thieyouing lad its are ad muin ister'inc
all proper remedits for relief
Mr. R. E l,-vs h's gonle to ColU II mbi -
aud other eities on a business trip.
Miss Lizzle Rulf, iauLhter of D)" 1
H. M. Rull, and Mirs. M. V Cald wel
were on a visit to Mrs. 13. S lard i a
few days a 'to.
Mrs. J. E Cofleld has teen confin, d
to her hed % it h grip.
We are !-vr - to state that. our you i
Sa*d 'lit.n.sis LYk-s is confivied to the
h1(jutde fro" a V -ciinated arti
r. . J ilcarley died at the hom.
of his dau-v hter. lr. B. sH. II td ry, Feb.
1. 1901 anL1 wit, carried toWalnut Grov.
Spartanbmurg County for burial whe
he has beet living for the past 60 vears
iIe wvas bortn in this~ County 'neat
Guilde-r's Creek. Heu was 73 yeats '-ld.
is destruction of lung by a
growing germ, pr-ecisely as
moldy cheese is destruction
of cheese by a growing germ.
If you kill the germ, you
stop the consumption. You
can or~ can't, accor-ding to
when you begin.
Take Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil: take a little
_ _ a It acts as a
Sfood ; it is the
easi est tfo o d.
Seems not to beC
food ; makes you
Shungry ; eating
Th gnuneNusYou grow strong
ts. icture onr et r. Take mnore
take sno oither.
not too much ; enough is as
much as you like and agrees
with you. Satisfy hungel
with usual food ; whatever
you like and agrees with you.
When you are strong
again, have recovered your
strength--the germs are
dead ; you have killed them.
If you have not tried It, send
for free samrple, its agreeable
taste will surprise you.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., NJew Ydrk.
500. and $1.00; all druggists.
Contract to Let
T RUSTES OF UTOPIA SOHIOOLJ
will Jet out cont ract for building
SchoolhOwno on Saturday, February 16.
at 11 o'clock. For plan and speciflres.
tions apply to trustces. Trusic Os will
claim right to reject tiny and all bIds.,
F. M. SOBHUMP41RT, Oh' mi.
Feb. (1, 1901. f&t 2t.
ONT R.t vr TO LET.
(lTli rr lToPl.\ SCIOOf
II. nII -t 4111 voAt.ret filr buildinir
S hmol lluw oi Sat m'rd-y, li'vhruar
II. h,t' 11 W('eOVIk. W01r p)l and HpM.
I d -Ilo ap Io )ruIees Trllstve14
wilclatn i ht Itr'%t ny a d al
bids. -' )l S('lII . M l li'l l ,
.ebriuary 11, 191. CliMrlun.
Fiue !'otton Seed.
W 11 1.I, - E-:1,, T 1'!V . I l-:MA 1D1." u,
.2Cm 1-ushes-, mallm Ilovt (I prO
lif InIIg hl I otto Se t-4d as (oll. ws:
[ 1 bI -hIII lI lot" 4o p. r bus4h l., and in
.mlierk (Ialtill itve 4 e. per bu-,bel.
F- r,y t,oi(s tf this cotton will wi igh a
pound. atid it wilt third itself. I have
kept tbt seed l:e fkefy pure.
J. L. M\':ER,
I..oug-hooe, 4. C.
2111O111 if "ji S111ll
- ' u Al hi s he :. d
W. ~ A'. 4.f.NGO
* ~~ Llp** -...4...V
-- a f' r"Vt N:a e:>:' w. i I. ry
W. -4. & T. T. . NO .
To Provide for' the E11forcement of Public
Vaccilnationl as Authoriucd by the Board
oI Health of the Towu of Newbery,
W IIREAt 'AS, T1711E BOARD OF
Ilealth (of the Town of New berry,
South Car olina, has reported to the
Town Council t,bat there is danger of
the inLroduction of the contagious dis
ease of small. pox i the Town of New
bery, and for the pxrpose of preventing
said disease from being so introduced
and spreading in said town, the Board
of Iealth has determined by resolution
that all persons residing in the Town
of Newberry, or who have daily busi
I ss Ihriei-h. shall be vaccinated on or
tjofore tb- 2.) day of February, 1901.
A ed. whi re-.s, The said Board of
deni.h has provided for vaccii-atiou
free of cost to all persons iffected by
And, wher as, Municipal authorities
!%re empowered to require and compel
v tecitiat,ion by an Act of the (-eneral
Assembly of the Slate of Hout.h Caro
11,11, entitled "An Act to establish
oeal 1oards af leath in Cities and in
0orporated ''owns of the State, and to
111-tine l ie powers thereof," appr-Ved
J 1nuary 5t, , l85
Now, thertfor-, lie it ordain(d by
Slie Mayor and A elermen of the. Town
of Newherr. , Soulbi Carolina, in ('oun
cil assembled, and by aut,hority of the
SECTIoN 1. Th'at all perlsons residing
w iihin the i ncor porate lim its of the
T'own of Newbuerry, Sout h Carolina,
rni all persons who are no' residents of
th.- miid lown, bult, who transIlact daily13
bines" t her*i n, shall hei vacci natedI
ou o.r befure the 25th (lay of 1"ebruary,
SEU. 2 l'hat any person who shall
niegiect or refuse to comply with the
terms of this ordinance shall be pun
lst'ed by such fine or imprisonment
iot -i'xceed tbe sumn of One hundred
. o-or inmprisonmien , for not n:!ore
;C 3. That any person refusing or
o.-g'i .t,inag t' bie vacci nated as required
y t.no* foregoing section, and Is fined
'ur II impisonied for such refusal or neg
*e*: to he vaccinated within five dayr
:'t.,r p)aylng such fine or the expiration
of h is term of Imprisonment, shall be
lin d or implIrisoned for such offence in
t.o-. discr'etion of the Mayor or Town
(2 uinell. Such fine not to exceed one
hiund redl dollars or imprisonment for'
noI more than thirty days.
Done" and ratified under the Corporate
Seal of the Town of Newberry,
[r6.r.] South Carolina, this the 5th day
of Feb)ruary, A. D. 1901.
C. & T. T1. C. N.
AN AXE TO GRIND
18 generally the result when you buy
a cheap one. Try one of our cole.
brated Blue Jena. Nowborry chop.
pors, and you will have no other.
Each one is guaraniteed.
We will be glad to show yon our
line of edge tools and give you pricea
l-efore you buy.
Afew McIntosh (oats that wo Are
closIng ouL for it.s than cost.
f 2t Ja-eon
On Winter Suits, OvE
Wo have just inauurated our Clear.i
big lot of Men's and Boys' Suits to be el
tiot purchased a Winter Suit now is y
this ,alt ts i cost sale, for wo niow sell i
Less than Cost, and all
to be closed out wit
The Shoe How
s,%%soa puts us further in tho
Sho's duriig the past skinsou
- ale at tless the rit
W: argt stook of Shoes now o
Qit ha A Ml SONS is the plaec
Sl m l'z, and all kiuds of Gento'
AT THE 0
and hundreds of
selling at a very low
We must clean out
all this stock for a new
line. Give us a call at
The Book $tore.
W. 6. MAYES.
Notice to the Public.
Having been with the Singer Manu
facturing Company for t,be past four
years, and has ing been transferred from
North Carolina territory to Newberry,
I desire to announce to the public th 't
my headquarters will be wvith Mr.
Todd, the Commission Merchant, wbere
I will carry a large stock of the cele
brated Singer Machines, Oil aned 'Nee
dles. Tro anyone in t,he city or count,y
of Newberry, who.has an old machine,
andl is thinking ,'f excheanging for a
new one, I desire to say If you will let
me show you a Singer, you will find my
price right, and It is the world's verdict
that, the Singer leads, and all ot,bers
follow. We have the round bobbin,
the improvement over the Osciaator,
what we call the C. B Machine, and
we also have the Vibrator. I will give
as much in exchauge for an old ma
chine as any man, and I will guarantee
my prices are all right.
Reomember, it costs nothing to have
a new Singer placed in your house on
free trial. If you find the machine as
rep)resented, I will be glad to deal with
you. They are sold strictly on their
Remember, we sell on the easiest
terms In the world. Don'. forget, if
yucan not find me, any infoTrmatlone
lfwihMr. Jas. F. Todd will always
receive my prompt attention.
We taeIn exchange 01ld machines
and pay from $5.00 to $25.00 for them.
-Yours very truly,
We are offering
some very great
bargains in our
It will pay you to
Lap Robes and
items to make
room for new
New Goods are
S. J. WOOTEN.
Lumber, Shingles, Door's and Bash '
at lowest pricen. by C. H. C annon. t1. l
rcoats, Woolen Under
co SalO of all Ho!vy Witiler Goods. A
osed at about half priet. If you have
Ur opportunit !. W d do not adver'iso
grear mlanly 8.1it, for
Woolen Underwear is
bout regard to Cost.
3e of Newberry.
WLad in this line hla evor. Wo have
than we have ev r Sold in a similar
i of our Hoes.
I hand. S. when you need Shous re
to buy thon.
Purnishings we are headquarters.
I would take
this method of
informing t h e
public that I am
now in the gro
Icety business at
T. Q. Boozer's
pose doing a
strictly cash bu
siness from date
but have a sys
tem which does
away with the
trouble of mak
are invited to
'call and investi
Lei ol W.Cozby.
We carry the best to be bad. No
doubt about it.
"Buy SHOES of Mower Co., arnd
get good ones."-Geo. E. Keith (Co.,
Walkover, etc., etc., for men and
boys. Sterling, Regina, etc., etc., f..r
Ladies. Full line of Children's Shoes,
and we have the very best of the
cheaper lines made in this country
for Women and Children-the cele
brated Goodman line.
Come and see us.
C. & G.8. OWER GO.
T teach es cetfcts ilb
at, Newberry on Friday, Ferry l5. h,
comnmenceing at 0 o'clock. A ppl icae.s
will furnish all stationery.
Eugr. S. Werts,
td. Co. Supt. E'duc'n N. t .
Interest paid on deposi's in the Savirs
Department at the rate of 4 per cent.
per anhum from date of deposit at
The Comfffercial Bail
OF NEWBERRY, 8. C.
CAPITAL - - - $50,000 00
We transact a general Banking busi
ness and solicit the accounts of indi
viduals, firms anid corporations.
GEO W. SUMMER. L,. W. FLOYD.
GEO. S. MOWER. P. (7. SMITH.
F. Z. WILsON. W. LI. HUNT.
JNO. M, KINARD. Pre' ident.
0. B MAY ER, Z. F. WRIGH T,
Vice President. Cushier.
Call on (7. H. Cannon for all kinds nt
Lumber, Shingles, Doors and Sash, t,1y