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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S TATED CONVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday nights of each month
at 7.30. Visiting Knigbts cordially
welcomed. THOS. E. EPTING,
K. of R. qnd S.
Crotwell Ifotel Building.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
Hams............................... 1 12R 3c.
Best Lard ....................... 9@10.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 600.
Good Molasses.................... 25@50c.
Corn .................................. 650.
Meal ....... ......... 650.
Hay......... ............. $1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.15.
1st Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour.................. $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour..........*$3 8.7.
Sugar ................... 6W t.
Rice............................... i o.
Coffee............................... 1 01 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... T1.25.
Loose Hulls, per cwt.............. 300.
Butter, per lb ............ 15R20c.
Egge, per dozen ................ 12@15c.
Chickens, each................... 15(a25c.
Peas, per bushll.................. 85c.
Corn, per bushel.. ............... 60c.
Oats, per bushel.................. 3. Oc.
Sweet potatoes ................. 00.
Turkeys, per lb ............... 8e.
Fodder, per cwt ............ 1.00.
NEWBERRY io r rON M ARKET.
(Corrected twice a we4k by J. W. (ry & 9o;)
February 15, 1901.
Best...... .......... ................ 9jo
Just received 100 tons High Grade
Fertilizers, get our pric-s, we will
make it to your inte-emt.
t&ftf E M. EVANS & CO.
To the good farmers
of Newberry we are
your . friends. Don't
uy until you see us.
Just received Spring line, Zeigler
fine shoes for Ladies.
Money to loan on real estate. Apply
to Schumpert & Holloway Attys.
Three (3) Good Sales
men and Collectors
To work Newberry and Laurens
Counties. Will pay salary and com
mission and give steady employment.
THE SINGER MFG. CO.,
Spartanburg, S. C.,
f&t 8t R. L. ENGLAND, Mgr.
I have removed my office to the room
formerly occupied by Magistrate Chap
pell. COL. L. BLEASE.
I have removed my oflece to the
rooms formerly occupied by Co le L.
Bliease over Jamies.rn's store.
DR. J. H. MCCULLOUGH.
Just received, a carload.
f 4t SUMMER BROS.
Wlil Go to Little Mountain.
Mr. J. B. T. Scott and family will
move to Little Mountain, on the Co
lumbia,Newberry and Laurens railroad,
in about ten days or Iwo weeks.
Mr. Scott will go into the general
merchandise business there, and has al
ready purchased his s ock.
The friends of the family will wish
them much happiness In their new
home.-Union Progress, Feb. 18.
Wo.rking 24 ltonru a Day.
There's no rest fo'r those tireless little
workers--Dr, KIug's New Life Pills.
Millions are always bnsy, curing Tor
pid Liver, Jaund ice Billiousneoss, Fever
and Agre. They batnish t4ick Head
ache, drive out Mialaria. Never gripe
or weaken. 8mall. taste nice, work
wonders. Try them. 25o at all drug
We are entitled to
your trade. We are'
the boys that have put
the knife in high prices.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Lora Sheely, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Sheely, of Little
Mountain, to Dr. Jacob L. Bowers, of'
Mt. Tabor, Newberr.y County, to be
solemnized at the bride's home on the
21st instant.-Carolina News, February
Miss Sheely is a niece of Mrs. M. D,
Summer, of this place, and has often
visited in Newberry. Dr. Blowers is a
-graduate of Newberry College and has
mnany friends and acquaintances here,
who offer congratulations In advance.
3Nighat was Her Tetr~or.
"I would cough nearly all night
long." writes Mrr. Chas. A pplegate, of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I h'ad consumption so
bad that it T waiked a block I would.
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed three
-*$1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New thiscov
ery wholly cured me and I gained 58
pou1nds." Itlo absolutely guaradteedt
toQu re Cough. aods Larippe, Bron
chItis and al I Throat and Lung Trou
bies. Price 500 and' $1. Triail bottles
free at all druggists.
VARIOUS AND ALL JABOUT.
Read trespass notice in another Col
Mrs. E . 11. Aull visited in Columbi
In another dolumn see add. Mono,
to loan on real estate.
Mr. B. F. Griffin and Miss Griffhi
visited Columbia this week.
Mr. Nat Gist went to Columbia Wed
nosday and returned yesterday.
L. W. Jones, Esq., attended court a
Laurens the first part of this week.
Mr. I. H. Hunt returned Wednesdal
from a business trip to Spartanburg.
Street Overseer Chalmers is doin
some good work in ward 1 this week
Mrs. S. J. Derrick left today for .
short stay among friends at Lexington
Mrs. Gussie Prince, of Atlanta, I
visiting relatives and friends in th
Misses Cora and Elizabeth Domi
nick are on a visit to Columbia thi
Miss Lula Poppenhohn of Columbi
is the guest of Mr. J. D. Davenport an(
Ben McKellar, Jr., is spending thq
week in New berry.-Greenwood Index
Mr. S. 11. Aull, of Jalapa, returne
from Philadelphia Thursday, where h4
left Mrs. Aull.
Misses Genevieve and Lerline Evani
after spending a few days in Colnmbh
have returned home.
John Daniels trrived in the city to
day. le will be with the Williamsox
Company.-Union Progress, Feb. 13
Mr. Thoma, M. Wells, of Greenville
stopped over with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. Oa. Wells for a few dayd on his
way to Columbia this week.
The students who were elected ai
delegates from Newberry College t<
the State Y. M. C. A. convention
which is to meet at Sumter this year
"Grandpa" has vetykindly consentet
to write some stories for the children
and the first installment appears it
this issue. They are "ery interestink
not only to children, but to older peo
ple as well.
We are requested to state that Rev
E. P, Lindsay of Due West will preac
in the Prosperity Associate Reformed
Presbyterian church Sabbath morning
at 11 o'clock and in the afternoon at
o'clock. Public cordially invited to at
tend both services.
Rev. E. 0. Watson, of Charleston
with President Lee Davis Lodge as al
ternate, has been invited by the facul.
ty and students of Newberry College
to make the address to the studen,
body on Sunday night of Commence
ment week. Dr. Watson is pastor o
the First Methodist church of CharleE
ton. Prof. Lodge is president of thi
Limestone Institute at Gaffney. I
either of these distinguished gentlemei
accept Newberry has a tieat in storo
SaV ITe Was Tortured.
"I suffered such ,pain from corns
could hardly walk," writes H1. Robin
son, Hilisboroug b, Ills., "but Buck len'
Arnica Salve completely cured them.'
Acts like magic on sprains, bruises
cute, sores, scalds, burns, bi'ils, ulcers
Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles
Cure guaranteed, by all druggists 250.
Presidential Inauguration Ceremonies,
Washington, D). C., March 4, 1901.
For the above occasion the Southeri
R allway will sell round trip tickets, oni
fare for the round trip. Tickets of
sale March 1, 2, 8, with final limni
March 0. Faere from Newberry $10.3E
Mardi Gras Carnivals: Ne w Orleane
Ls., February 14-19, 1001, and Pese
cola, Flai., 14 19, 1001.
For the above occasions Souther1
Riliway will sell tickets at one firs
o. ss fare for round trip. Tickets o1
sale February 12 to 18 inclus.ive, wit
floal limit March 7, 1001. Fare frot
Ne wberry, Now Orleans $20 69; Mobile
Ala., $18.35; P-ensacola, Fla $15.00.
J. A. BURTON, Act.
A Yerema,n's Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, althougl
every joint ached and every nerve wa
racked with pain," writes C. W. Blella
my, a Jocomiotive fireman, of Burling~
ton, Iowa, "I was weak and pale, with
4'ut any appetite and alsumn down. A
I was about to give up, I got a bottle c
Electric Bitters, and after taking it,
felt, as well as 1 ever did in my life.
Weak, sickl3 run down people alw ay
gain new life, strength and vigor from
th.eir use. Try .thbem. Matisfeorioo
guaranteed by all druggists. Price 50<
Entered into rest eternal on the 12t1
of February, 1901, in the 76&h year c
his age, Mr. Z. L. Whir.e, of this city
He was borni in Iredell County, N. C,
1825, and came to New berry in 1850 an:
conducted a business sucessfully il
various undertaking s for baif a centurs
His genial pleasant manner and kini
heart won the regard and esteem of
large circle of friends. Mr. Waits wa
a devoted member of the Methodis
church, an21 his knowledge of holy wri
was always brought to bear on any sul
ject touching his beloved church. H
was a Christian and with single faiti
in Christ as the Saviour of Souls coul
say dur.ing his brief illness to thos
loving ones who tenderly watche
around his couch, "All is well with m;
soul." He will be missed in the homes c
loving children and grandchildren
and 10,1t1o ones ,as they pass the bus;
street will miss the familiar call ani
pleasant greeting of Uncle Zeb. Mr
White was twice married and is sur
vived by three children of his firs
union, Mrs. R. C. Williams, Mrs. J. IM
Taylor ant M._ J 1W Whte.
SUNDAY 1HOOOL WORKERS.
Some of tho Prominent persons WIo Will
Take Active Part In the Convention
that Meets Here this Month.
Your readers will be pleased to see
this cut of Prof. H. M. Hamill, D. D.,
of Jacksonville, Ill., the International
field secretary of the Sunday School As
sociation. Prof. Hamill is a southerner
by birth and education, a native of Ala
bama, but has been a resident in the
Northwest many years. Ils sympa
thies, however, are broader than mero
[ PROF. 11. M. IAMILL, D. 1).
5 State or territorial lines, and is greatly
beloved in very State of the union for
I his exten.ive learning, his intens' love
for tho Sabbath Schools, sad for his
fidelity to the important trust which he
holds. Prof. Hamill has been promi
nently. identified with the Sunday
Schools of our country in several capac
ities and is warmly welcomed wherever
he goes foir the loyalty of his nature in
the greatest of all causes, the Sunday
Schools. He is an cloquent platform
speaker, of great earntes noss of manner
and logical In debate. Ilis ringing sen
tences at the approaching Convention
will doubtless linger in the ears of
every attentive listener and arouse fle
energies and sympathy of every hear
er. But he needs no culogium, as
Hamill is a household word, wherever
k the Bible is taught and studied sys'e.
matically in all of the churches. His
presence will be a great treat, and we
will-gladly welcome him to Carolina
Prof. Hamill Is the author or Hamill's
Normal Course of Lessons in Bible
Study, in extensive use. Prof. Hamill
Is likewise a Doctor of Diviuty of the
Mrs. Hamill, the wife of Prof. Hamill,
will be a guest of the Sunday School
Convention, and her pr,sence will
be an inspiration doubtless. Mrs.
M. ).M AIL
Hamill fills tne exacting position of
primary worker and normal secretary
i of Illinois. She is a woman of versa
a tile talents and great aptitude for teach
2 log, especially the primary, which Is
t acknowledged as the most difficnlt of
.all the departments of Sunday School
,work. By natural, grace of mantner and
.attractive p)ersonality she wins the
hearts of the very young at an impres
2 sionatble age, an accomplishment not
t altoget.her successful with many teach
a We present cut of Rev. B. W. Spill
a man, of North Carolina, one ot the In-,
, ternat lonal party, who will he in attend-.
ance at the State S. S. Convention to
meet here February 25th-27th, In the
Church of the Redeemer, Lutheran.
REV. B.V. SP[LLMAN.
~Rev. Spiliman holds the position of
secretary of the Baptist Sunday Sehool
work In the State of North Carolina
and ranks high as an enthusiastic and
aggressive Sunday School worker.
t He will make several addresses at the
Sconvention, which we are sure will be
edifying. W. E. PELHTAM.
1You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
B Tonic because the foimular is plainly
jp rinted on overy bottle showing that it
Is simply Jron andqunninaase
lessform NoCure, No Pay. 50o.
Look out for Purcell
I& Scott's Prices. No
matter what. price you
Sare quoted you will
.always find us lower.
TIlE CI % I1.NTON XPOSITION.
What P1tes Si -11 Ncwb- re y litvo In The
Pleturc?--1t It s-pore,-e ot Adopting
iloaur. too it 'v-- f,ir (,ointy Ie
Mr. Ed I'.: -'r 801V time I have
been think n of fAk':, it littie space
il your pa -r -1- i In Y call the at
;enltion of - Ie p- p -''e W. our county to
in enterpr rw wltii-h 11--s been set on
,oot ii out -- -md - u:h is destined
;o be of i.eawcil ablo u riefit, first to
>Iu Own state t'i thefl to the United
itates. I s)-tk of t- South Care
ina Inter-Sta e ;tnd W ..L Indian -'.x
)osition whivii will be e'd in Charles
on, begintnib, iDcen 1st next.
In the Ou1,4'", i -t, no loLu think that
,his is slii.l. it (f liat-.ton enterprise.
"'very (tvrp -Ise mu11-o have a local
iabitation ind a a: iinw, else it would
>0 anl " 6alry n 'g
What plan. ui-ii so ,iltable as our
lear old ci N 3 ,e . t. Sihe is the
nLitropolis to i r 41 .1. : blessed with
plendid rail ra ft0l I. s and a iug
iltlIcent har lor, h in o vasily accessive
>ot,h by lanid andil w.it r, huls affording
he best and clpeapes( transportat ion.
['hen too Mhe has within her borders
non of brains and money; men iof
)roAd patriotisn who atre not afraid to
ovest, their brainsll" and Imoney ill aln
mteprise whi - iiefit the whole
4tate; thus it. is that Charleston has
ieen sele-c'U ) as 'tie lace for holding
,blis great Cx pSItion.
Now what pla.-e in thi picture shall
ve of Newitrr '"ounti oficupy? Shall
t he "near h 11ii h of the guns?"
It the frow? 'H-en m i must be up
Lod doing. N o oint.1 ill the State
ins better nati-aul advant,ages. We,
vho live h re k'imw this, but we want
)thers to k ow it. W. want to ad
rertise ourt coulity Wo call't do this
inics 4 we iiaki sotue effort. In all our
ivt!s we will not, have L hetter oppor
unity tha- is offorod bv the South
_3roi Iflit,ao - ter-State and West Indian
Newherry should have a full exhibit
>f all her resources Our field crops
,annot, be ixce:Aed. We have many
nsitufactories which sHli.u d give full
3xhibits. Our irtble yards can ef
ectively avertise thtmselves by ex
2bIts of their art, and at the same
,ime show to the world Newhtrrv's
ranite which is equal to any in the
.Vorld. The btatiliful brick made
icar our city .nlild r, i et credit on
my manuf.eturt r and a suitable ex
libit would dontless cause them to be
ised extensively where they are not
cnown. Our roller mills should show
what can be done with Newberry
Avicat; the iindie aind sfuttle factory
wvhat can bw d n wit h N -wherry hard
wood; ind->d ourl resi.t* are nuner
)us, and wilh 1 li pro.,(r amount of cu
.rgy on the piart, of - ir people our
.ounty netd not be a-hmcd of the
place in the picture shii will make for
We are very amuih pleased that more
than three-fourLia of Ilhm General As
sembly have shown by heir votes that
they are able To look. at, things in a
broad way_ _ nd have vot,- d th'e appro
pr'iation ask"d bey the S .uth Carolina
inter-State and West. I idlan Exposi
Lion. This he as it, shio illi be.
Now, Mr Edlitor, si-I if you cannot
stir upl out' p. oll on this subject.
TiHos. W. KEITT.
FERTI LIZER S.
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 ut
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,
61 Pres't, &c.
'h ha,k. to our1 F"rlends.
We desire to express our thanks to
those friends who so kindly rememberecd
us during 11 heckness of our beloved
mother. We s ball al waysa remtember
them in -a su-nse of deC-peal gratitude for
their faith fulne(sst in as.ist.ing us'duiring
our great : iflicetion. WV i d are inade
quatte to ex~prQtou ti' hanks to these
friends, nor can we how" to sufficiently
reward them foir lIhis kiodness. May
Ho, who i., I h g.or - - every "good and
perfect gift," abhundaint ly reward them
both in this life and in t,he life to come.
"Oh, thy gentle voice Is hushed,
Th'y warm. t;uo heal'; Is still;
And on th:. ,i'e and p -a,ceful face
Is reting der b' e colbl chill.
Thy hands aire 0 asoeu upon thy breast,
We have kssed t m'arbie brow,
And in our acking heart,s we know
We hav"e, mothe r now."
Caleh D). fltzhardt and Siater8.
Newberr.', S '.., Fe >13, 1901.
A new loi of .1gle I B'o.'si Shoes just
received. .aian. f.f
Mr. M. U. Gordon left Tuesday for
Yesterday was St. Valentine's day.
Did you reevive a valentine.
If l'rospei ity keeps up her good re
cord of catching thlieves, The will soon
have her sharie in t.hu eo invY jail.
There will bo a'- enterta:0inent giveni
here on Feriday night, Feb. 22, in the
school building and by the students of
the school, as a etlabration of G1ov'rgo
We are glad toso Mrs. G.(;. A)%Walt
out.again, aiountg her mtany friends,
aft.-r an i k-1 of several %% . 1,.
M--. R. E. Shealy inade i a Illin g trip
to Columbia Sunday aitld retutrned Wed
Mr. Mtarvin W1harton who receiv(d a
wound at the Wolford Fitting sch-ol
several weeks ago, by some falling
bricks from tho burning building, has
gone back to resuic his studiles there.
Mr. Coko Ariall after spending sev
cral days, among frilends in 1'rosperity
has gone to LRaurens to vsit relatives
Sit. Luke' Notes.
The shortest month is here-Feb
A very lenjoyable musicsl entert.n
muent was given at, NA r. Frank 13,ioz !r's
a few evenings pa4t.
Mr. Forrest Bedenhaugh slent last
Sat jrday night at home.
Mrs. D. J. Taylor has been sick for
the past two weeks, but, we are glad to
stat ,shl is much improved.
On account of the illness of t,h# prin
cIpal our school was managed by the
assistant, on last F'ridav.
Mr. W. l'. Yarborough. the traveling
temperance lecturer, of Dciiwy, H. C
lectured to a large audffence In the
school building on last Saturd iy niiglit
IIe does not only condemni whisicey
but chewing tobacco, smoking ciga
rettes, carrying pislols, playing cards,
cursing, swearing, keeping bad comp
any, Ce.. We sincerely hope lie may
do much good throughout tho c.ntry.
Well, Friend '8," we hope your re
marks of recent date will put, some of
our Prosperity friends to thinking.
They certainly need a cotton mill.
There are a number of gentlemen there
ablundanliy able, by cooperating, to
build. Such an establishment would
stimulate and increase all other indus
tries. Gentlemen, get on the train of
push and hustle for this new enterprise
and a now and brighter day will be
Dole from St. Piil's.
Mi-. Editor: As this is my Ilrst under
taking please allow mo space in your
paper and if I succeed I will try again
iu the future.
A little town name Sleepy Hollow
has changed its name to Talula, ani
now I suppose it will change its name
again to Ruff town and 1-alacre strec.t
when it is incorporated, and tliein It
will stop the changing of its name. I
am very glad lndeed that some of our
friends are putting upl a store. Watch
'it. Newberry our little tosvni will make
yon open your eyes. Our merchaunts
will sell 17 pounds of sugar for- $1 and
enough coffee to dissolve the sugar.
Some of the Newberry boys camc
down last Sunday afternoon t.o see out
Fartmers are ready to start to pilowing
as soon as the soil Is suitable.
We are having some fine weathem
The parents are well)pleased w itlt
their teacher at Fork's school.
Rev. Counts tdelivered a very good
sermon Sunday morning. Ther-e will
be precaching the fourth Sunday at
o'clock in the after-noon. I hope to see2
a very large crowd oni that, day if the
weather is suitable.
A great many people of thi s c'mmu
nity are hauling fe-rtilIzerms this wee-k.
It Is somewhat soon.-r th an us ual.
Miss Nancy Lominick is. spending a
few days w,it,h W. 13. Lominick's fam
Miss Sallie Lomineick spent, lsst,Tues
day with D. R. Diekert's family.
Miss Fannio Lomninlck spent, la-'
Tuesday with M. L Wicker's family.
MIss Carrie Wicker spent last Sat.
urday night with Miss Tamu ilgh..
Of SiiDorvisor Shawilig Total Alanoit ol
Pllnds for ColDnty PllqDosfc for ycai
1901 and~ Amlounlt Already Ex,iided
Total tax',for county purpos'-s
for the year 19)01..............10912 85
Dispensary p)ro)fts for quarter
ending D)ecember 31, 1900....1850 6(
Fines anti forfeittures collectedl
since October, 1900..............118 15
Commutation tax collected for
1901-............,......... -...... 44 0(
Total a'mt of funds for 1901-.$13491 6(
Total amount palid out of tax
for county puirposes for year I
1901............................$ 8823 01
Total paid out of comnmutation
tax for year 1901-.....-.........144 0(
Total paid out of finies and for
fei tures........................ 348 I f
Total pmaid out of dispensary
profi ts..................... ..1856 6(
Total expended................$11172 5(
Total amount of above expend
edl during my adnministration$ 1571 4It
Total amount of above expen
ditures uduring WV. A. Ilill's
ad min istration .-...............9 01 01
Total expended-...............$11172 f5(
Total amount of cash on hand..$ 2319 14
J. MSCIIU M PElRT,
HIUN'r IlNTe &HUTJon
Sliga,t Skin Iruptionum aro a Warulnig
'Aho Only Nati Way I's to pleed tho I
im tho Alo,t Polwerful 1.
Nature, in her efforts to correct mist
careless living, or It may be from ances
other imperfect ions on the skin, as a wai
haps tumors, cncers, er*sivselas or u,m
you negle:t to heed the warnlinr and cor
Many a lillgerilig, palinl fl d Iselas0 an
Simply because these notes of warniinlg
Pure by a right use of JOIINSTONS SA
Miss Abbie .1. Rlande, of Marshall, M
"I was cured of a bad humor after
doctors and my friends said it was sAlt rl
and ears, anld then onl my whole body.
suffered during those five years, is no xise
1 did. I tried every imledicine that was
enough to buy a house. I heard JO1
praised. I trial a buotile of it. I began, t
finished the third bot t le I was comnpletely
since. I never got, anly thinig to domc tl
SAlRSAPARIl,LA. I would heartily adv
or sici disease of anY itoml to t ry it at on
troxible, amid was rutn down anid miserable
made ic aill right."
.Tho blood is you li olml if you kceep
sist disease or fate conlt a 'rion feea'rlessly.
fails. It is for sale by all firuggists, il fil
Mxcoana .ort-UcG- cocMI
W. E. l'elhan, Newberry, 8 (.
Sm1iti's l)ug Store, Newherry 8 C.
The leedurs I'lhariacy, Niwherry S. C.
Dr L, . . Corbet.t, I 'rto"peri t y, S. C.
25c. OFF OF
W are tihroiug tg a ing ' i.- apid
fin<d w%e havmlo hIl it wes fmtl boots,
hik ait l l, c '.(I, e 1hino,. Mov rVoutm
Ittid l ittosh-'s, Itil I ls Hi casHI
livres, bliuliko1q, caps aiid jamckets,
colored dross goods, rugs a1nd1 art
Sqlares, earpvtN, cltdord I unti [Idored
Shirts, hadivs' huats, litlmh, fuad gents'
idorweair, Flnmm-ls, outiligs andl(]
eidor dowi thati wo want to carry
'hes arm gootd vaiuies, clean, fresh
gollds, anld yo(I will Sav, mloneoy by
iuing promptly anldim kitig your
selections. 'his siaie clotes it 12 in.
Fobrary 28, 1901, lion we will offer
a beautiful lit(% of Spring ( ods.
For corn and flour see us before
parting with your money. Thoso
prices call for tho cash and ino appro
P1OS111UTY, S. C
Liin Egs ariid Trimin lgs.
Tho be hst Ilosiiery 13nd4 miost or it!
Th[le host llandki'reb,iof~ al most of
them!01 s m)~
The bet Co rts aitil nnst of tom
Thel best. Gloves and3( muost oif Iti Im
Conouu and( PSo 11s.
Come In out of the
And we will make you
comfortable, not only~
while in our store, but;
on your way home, and
after you get there.
Julst Tlimnk of H!
all these comfortable
goods going for a mere
Men's MacklI. tosh Cape Coals 98c.;
Boys' 88c.; Mu n's $5600 overcon ts $3.415,
and fluer ones8 at a little more than
half price. Very best all-wool JH!ankets
10-4 at. $2.90, 1l-4 at, $3i.75.
Well, as to Capes and
Jackets, if we charged
any less we would be
giving them away.
Men's Underwear and
many other goods at
Yours for business,
S. 1. Wootesi
Mackintosh ('ape Coats, Men's 98o.,
B3oys' 88c., at Wooton's. tf.
or so q.etlaine More Serloups to comN
dar,111.:9 l.1111*1010t Sarmap,arillix
Akces, which mlistakes have conie from
Lors, shoots out pimples, blotches al(d
'nmg timt, eMore serious troubles (per
:mary diseases) are certai to foliowv if
:eet the listale.
I man ley eay dent h has been avoided
lave b e eded and the blood hopt
suffering with it for five years. Tho
cuil. It cane out oil my head, necic
.a perfectly raw with it.. Whaii1t I
teling. Nobody would believe ie if
advertised to cure it. I spentI money
INSTON'S ,A ItSA l'AtiMbA highly
o improve right away, and when I lh1l
Cure1ild. I have Iever had a tonlch of it
1 least good till I i'ied JOHINSTO8N'
se all who nrc suffering from humors
!c. I had also a good deal of stomlach
but JOHNSTON'S SARSAPARILI,A
t pure and stirong you can positively re
JOlNSTON'S SAl,SAi'Alar,TA never
I quart bottles at only oned ollar eac4
NLY. 3W'XLumn .x, :ng3CJ5
af iucdicino iut up into prescril>tions
filled inl this storo litist be pilo. Wo
nro very enreful to uso only tho tbst.
We carry it niceo lino of Toilet
Soaps, Lai1ps, Wiley's CandiVs, Vol
vot ('andy, 'I'obacco and Cigars, and
a fill litio of Druggists' Sundrios.
Discouni, Checks given. Frosti
Garden and Field Seeds.
FOR SALE AT
Send us your orders.
When in need of new
crop Fresh GARDEN
SEED send or call for
Each paper dated
1901. For sale at
STJ.AT1E O1' SOUTHi CAICOiLINA,
COUNT1Y OF N10kW lilA Y--lN
And rew J1. 5. L- nuiord , in his1 own
ri ghlt and as FCxt (eutor, and ?il Iton A.
Carl iMl ias I:x.ciiutor of ii.he last witl
and1( testanmeint ii Wi'lliam Liangford,
Mai nda liIiggins, et. al., Defendants.
lI)the C;ourt hierein, I will sell at
luile OLutory) at, Ne wberry Courit
HIou.ii, South Ci(arolii, on the firs.t
Momh1(1ty iin lareh i-rxt, the following
ieal ehtte lbelonging to thle estate of
Wiillhun fAanigford, deceased, situattd
Sin (1ho Couinty a- d Stat.e afore-n id, and
in the. P115 copoae Iuitsi of the towni of
Newheriy , to w iit- l"irst . Thle SL.o
ii 'sc0 li now Occupied by C. .ur
cH & C>,., fronling twety-niine feet in
froni a re t, riuninug bjack wit,h unlform
wieth one hundred and four amd eight.
tenth feet to Smnith Alley, boundedl >y
lot belonging to the estato of Joseph
Br'own and( by lot, formiiei'y belongineg
to the estate of J. D). Cash. Th'le said
store lot, will be sold subject, to the
lease of C. J. Purcell & Co., which ecx
pires on the first dlay oif September
niext, but the purchaser will be en
tIt,led to the rents that wilt accrue
fromi day of sale--Second. TIhe House
Place whereon the deceased lIved at
the tIme of his (death, containing two
acres, more or less, In Boundary Street
and a street leadinfg to T1abor ill1's and
bounded by other lands of the 'ce
Tlerms of Sale-One half of the pur
chaso money to be paid In cash, the bal
aneeC oin a credit of one year with inter
ests from day of ss in, the credit, p)ortionl
to be secured by bonds of the purchaers
and mortgages of the promIses-with
leave to the purchasers to pay all in
casth, or any portIon of the credIt pur
chase. Purchasers to pay for papers
aiid revenue stamps. Tihe purchasers
will he requtred to insure the houses
on the lots for at least two-thirdls of
t,heIr value, andi assign the polIcies of
insurance to the Master as a further
W. Di. HARDY, Master.
Master's Ofilce, Feb. 7, 1901.
Car load Trunks, Bags and Suit cases
ust received at Wooton'a. +f