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SMud Ani t
Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S TATED CONVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
and ith Tuesday nlights of each tlolith
at 7.30. Visiling Knights c)rdially
welcomed. THOS. E. EPTING
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Buildin,.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer l3ros.
M eat... ............................ 7( 8c.
Shoulders .......................... 7c.
H ams................................. 12( 13c.
Best Lard ....... ........... 9@100.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 60c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@50c.
Corn ................................. . 65C.
Meal ....... . . .................... 05c.
H ay................................. $1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.15.
1st Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
2nd Best Plour.................... $4.25.
Strait Plour........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.00(a 375.
Sugar ...................... ......... .( 6*c.
R ico.................................. 5 i8Ic.
Colyee................................ I 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... .25.
Looso [lulls, per cwt.............. 30c.
Butter, per lb .................... I5)20c.
Eggs, per dozen ........... 12k()15o.
Chickens, each............... 15.25c.
Peas, per bushel............ .85c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 60c.
Oats, per bushel................. 35(40c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 60@60c.
Turkeys, per lb ................. 8C.
Fodder, per cwt ............. .00.
NIWBEmRRY U0C7ON MARKI.
(Corrected twice a week by J. W. Gary & Co;)
February 26, 1901.
B est...... ........................... 9 c
Just received 100 tons High Grade
Fertilizers, get our prices, we will
make it to your interest.
t&ftf E. M. I-VANS & CO.
The Fred Werber house on Collegf
Street. For terms apply to Miss Mari,
I have removed my office to the
rooms formerly occupied by Cole L
Blease over JamicsoWns Store.
DIZ. J 1t. Mc. ULL,OUG11.
On str-ects of Newbi-rry one bunie
keys containing 7 or 8 small keys and
two shoo hooks. Finder will be re
warded by leaving at this ofloo.
tlit x.Y. z.
U. S. Jurorn.
The United States Circuit Court
will convene in Charleston on the first.
Tuesday in April. The following
jurors have have been drawn from New
berry: Grand Jurors-Geo. T Reid,
Chapp.3lls; Ben Dember Newberry.
Steeped luto Live Coals.
"When a chilI I burn-d my fool
frightf-lly," writes W. H. Eads, of
Jouesville, Va., "which caused horrible
leg sores for 30 years, but Bucklen's
Arnica S.dive wholly cured me after
everything else failed. Infallab,le for
Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sores Bruises and
Piles. Sold by all druggists. 25a.
A Quiet Marriage.
A quiet marriage took place at the
home of Mr. Clarence Hentz, February
14, 1001. Those particularly concerned
were Mr. B. LI. McGraw of Lebanon
community, and Miss Kate Hentz of
Walton, Newberry County The cere
mony was performed by the bride's
pastor, Rev. J. J. Ltng. May heaven's
supremest blessings ever be theirs to
enjoy. J. J. LONG.
Hlayne, S. C., Feb. 22, 1901.
Recent experiments show t.hat all
classes of foods may be completely di
gested by a p)repartion calle.d1 Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di
gests what you eat. As it is the only
combination of all the natural digest
ants ever devised the demnand forit has
become enormous. It has never failed
to cure the very worst cases o,f indiges
tion andl it always gives instant relief.
Gilder's Corner Driug Siore.
We are entitled to
your tradci. We are
the boyst1hat have, put
the knife in high prices.
Knights of P'ythlas.
There will be no meet ihg of Newber
i'y Lodge No. 75, Knights of Pythim's,
tonight, and all the members will take
notice. This meeting is called off in
order to let the members attend the
Sunday Sehool convention now In ses
slon at the Lutheran church. There
will be no meeting of the lodge until
'the next regular meeting two weeks
A Convincing Answer.
"I hobbled into Blackruon's drug
store one .evening." says Wesley Nel
sbn, of Hamilton, Ga., "and he asked
me to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm for
rheumatism with which I had suffered
for a long time. I told him I bad no
faith in any medicine as they all failed.
He said: 'Well if Chamberlnin's Pain
Balm (lees not help you, 'ou need. not
pay for it.' I to'.k a bottle of It home
and used it acording to the directIons
and in one week I was cured, and have
not since been treoubfed with rheuma
tism." Sold by W. 10. Peiham,
We ofrer One llundred Dollars Roward for
-any case of Ontarrh that can not be cured by
lil's Cntalrh 0ute.
F. J. CHIEKNIY & 00., Props,Toledo, 0.
We thme undersigued have known 5. ..Ch"
noy for the last 15 years and believe him
perfectly honorable In all business transac
tions and financially able orryot n
obligations madel by their firin,.cryouan
SBT& TRUA X WholesaleDrugglets Toledo 0.
WALDINO, KINNAN & MARvIN Wholesale
DruRg lsta Toledo, Ohio.
llal l's Catarrhm Cure Is taken int ernally, act
-ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Price 150. per bottle.
S old by alhldrugglste. 'Testimonials fre..
Halhl's Family Pills are the best.
VARIOUd AND ALL AnOUT.
The beautiful snow has come and
Rev. W. . B. Ford, of Gaffnoy, is in
Mr. B. C. Matthews made a business
trip to Columbia on Friday.
Mrs. W. I. Herbert returned on Fat
urday from a visit to Columbia.
Mr. Aumerle Schumport was in the
city this week visiting relatives.
Prof. W. K. Sligh went, to Columbia
Friday of last week on business
Mr. John Daniels, of Union, visited
his brother Mr. Guy Daniels Sunday.
Mr. James N. McC tuglrin, visited
relatives in Spartanburg tile latter part
of last week.
Mr. H1. C. Soloman, left today for
Washington where he will make his
Mr. P. J. Voss, representing the Na
tional Metro Company of New York
was at home for a few days.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood and Master J. E.
Norwood, Jr., are on a visit to relatives
in Wilmington, N. C.
Mr. V. C. Cromer and Mr. John L
iEpps have received their appointments
as Auditor and Treasurer respectively
We notice in the News and Courier of
recent, date that "Mrs. Nation may
visit Charleston with Main's big
S. (. White, traveling representa
tive of tile Antietam Paper Co., Hagers
town, Md., gave us a pleasant call
Mr. John C. lipp who has been suf- I
fering for some time, with his eyes, I
left on Friday for New York to consult i
Capt Silas J. McCaughrin after
spending some time with relatives in
the city has returned to his work in t
This has been a most remarkable
winter. The weather has been so mild
until last week that many early gardens
were caught, by the snow.
The court of commnuon Pleas opened
vesterday at 3 o'clook. The first case
taken up wai that of Mitthews and
Hipp, which is now in progress.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com
pany purcha4ed 27000 acres of rich phos
phate land from the Charleston Mining
C ampany last, week. The deal involved
Mrs Paul Johnstone left on Friday
or New York and other points north,
,vhcre she goes to make a personal se
-ectiono of spring millinery for the Riser
The time for paying State and county
taxes and also city taxes without the
penalty expires on the first of March
[f you will examine your calendar you
will see that tile end is very near.
The Criminal Court adjourned last
Firiday night. In thecaseof the State
vs. Alonzo J. Cook and James A. Brad
ley-Assault and battery with intent to
kill and an affray, a mistrial was
Mr. J. Guy Dailels has purchased the C
interest of h is sister Mrs E. E. William- E
son of Union in the firm of Daniels & E
Co and the business will be conducted in, s
the future under the firm name of J. G. I
Mrs. Clark Waring, of South Caro
lina, was eleeted one of the Vice presi
dents general of the National Society of C
the Daughters of the Revolution
at their meeting which has been in ~
session in Washington during the past
Saturday of last week an engine on
the Southern ran into the cab of a
freight drain on the C., N. & L. at the
junction in "Gravel Town". No one
was hurt. The only damage we under
stand being the destruction of cab of
the C., N. & L.
The lecture of Gen. E. W. Moise
scheduled to come off at the court house
Saturday got snow bound and wab
postponed until March the second
This lecture wvill be inter-esting and in
str-uctive and therec should be a large
cr-owd out to hear it.
Rieports show a greatly increased
death rate from throat and lung trou
bles, due to the prevalence of croup,
pneumonia and grippe. We advise the
use of One Minute Cough Cnre in all
of these difficulties. It is the ouly
harmless remedy that gives lmmediate ~
results. Children like it. Gilder's r
Corner Drug Store.
To the good farmers<
of Newberry we arei
your friends. Don't
buyunilyou see us.
Car load Trunks, Bars and Suit cases
just received at Wooten's. .tf
The lecture by Gen. E.. WV. Moise
which was to have been delivered on
Saturday last at the court house in the
interest of the South Carolina Inter
state and West Indian Exposition was
postponed until Saturday of this week
at the esme hour and same place. If
you are interested in building up your
town and county you should attend this
lecture. It is free and will be of inter
est. Newberry county should have a
fine exhibit at the exposition this year
and the only way to have it ls for the
people to get together and make it.
A Poor MIllionairO.
Lately starved in London because lie
could not digest his food. Early use
of Dr. King's New Life Pillswould have1
saved him. They strengthen the
stomacth, aid digestion, promote assi ml
latlon, improve appetite. Price 25o.
Money back if not satisfied. Sold by all
Mackintosh Cape Coats, Men's 98c.,
Boys' 88n.. at Wooen's u tf
MBE STATE SUNDAY
rlRST 4II?N 1l)I LAMr NIGIT IN
TIIE I.UTEIAN OhURChi OF TIlE
tidremseN of Wo-hcome astid tesponese-In
terestIng Talki by lenbro of the
Intermsith,nal Piarty -A Com
PROF1 EO. 13 CROMEua,
?resident of the Stato Sunday School
The 24th annual Convention of the
5nuth Carolina Sunday School Assocla
ion held itz opening session In the
.,utheran church of this city last even
ng beginning at 7.30 p. in. A larre
mnd attract,ive audieneo comfortably
illed the beautiful edifice to greet and
velcome the party of International
ourists who are making 1he trans-con
inental tour from ocean to ocean In
he interest of the Sunday School work
,ud in the cause of child evangeliza
Ion. The workers, five in number,
ave been b3lected by the International
Lssociation from various denomina
lons because of their especial fitness as
eaders and experts in the whole field
of Sunday School work; and their mis
Ion is to stimulate and encourage the
vorkers in the different, States in which
hey hold conventions and special
PROP. H1. M 11AMILL, D). D.,
If Jacksonvill,. , In- erantiol FIMl
Porfo sevra yeJarsL, ad. pior. t
ith ackinoi Assoc iItationaHl vie
ecrary,s heas the bntrnton
seaet,i, aho adedesator,e
Vods Cttonentiorln Londeo has88
eenr conncedwt the International neto
inee fuy 9 or tn years prior
o hat timeh was oralnernSenet
'f the Illioi SsodatSconie vsocea
son aHay hard ien Superinternaetof
Doneo hi, and thie adswent-fou
>foCicag (onhsnatiI don ptIn 180
hic add so muht-etne fti
MRS MAI. M. IIANLL,
oif ofa tihe wasGelda Secretary apia
'y threr Ohof greadty Sichncy AShea
Ion. e s nnn.hi Superinteindt of1.
iumber of conventions, and occupies
the position at present, also of Normal
ceretary in the Illinois Sunday School
k4sociation. Primary workers8 will be
reatly helpd by her addresses, Con
crences and children's meetin)gs.
tEW. 1. W. SPILMIAN,
Sa I'Sunday School specialist. H is
Ield Secretary of t.he Bapt,ist State
'onvention of North Carolina, which
)osition hec hats held since A pril 1, 18P6.
He Is an energetic, carnest, practical
3unday School worker, very efficient as
i Bible teacher, eloquent In his ad
The opening service at 7.30 p. m.,
last night, began wit,h at song service
[ed by Prof E4xcecll and( the audience
ibly assisted the Professor in render
[ng Bome beautiful selections. At 8
). i. Dr. W. E,. Pelham mati the ad
Iress of welcome which wats responded
to by Dr. T. H. Law, of Spartaniburg.
Aft,e this the "I, ernat,ional work"
as nost, ably presented by 1V. ie. W.
3pilmanl, at member. ofrih.- Intern1at ionail
arty. Prof. . . Hamil l ien hgave
xmot excllenl address upon "The
Modern S8und,ty-scl ool." Dr Hammll
s an able si keri at neer disap
oInt,s is hearrsa Ills address was
lle-d wit,h good things and they wero
lpprecated by Ills audiene.
The program for thie entire conven
ion N made up of interesting topics
.nd will be found of much value to the
lelegates and other workers who are
p)rivtieged to attend the metings. For
,be benelit, of our readers wo print toe
3:00 ddress ofnl4-c welc1me, William E.il
[)in . i hroer,. Presdeo New
bpperr. e y hslaege. ce
':0Ihe Inrnafrtheonatiwrk, con W.n
i Sislman. fineetngtpc
:00 'I3 henmdernhe Sunday-soo areM
Hrogram, which Is as follows:
Monday evening, February 25.
0:00 Song service, led by Prof. Ex e0l.
Re00pddrts of wlcoe, ThelSiati
tcal)Screty The sieasureo;
30The Externtiona Commtte, Chair
Sun Ihemdyrnoo Sunayrko,rf H. M.
Tuesday motrnon, February 2.-h
.:00 Song service, led by Prof. Excell.
:30 Progrests vn-promarye ospelMrs
Reotso0oces The prtmrytuion
I:0chile' Seet g, ledb Trasrs.;
Suerinendent monf peia, hodb
Proe Excutive Comttee,nday'sre
man,.2 Discus,no RepoIs. pl
2:00 TwAhotddress: h rni es, Stat
Sindayescolby k Prof. 11.mM.
12:0 Arjunmaet. ujc odr
A rmarundho thos, romv1 to.
'cloc pman.rprmr nditr
potAfcmitte n nnounce-nns
Teday afevnon, February 2.h
3:00 Song service, led by Prof. Excell.
1:00 The pbook wr taion. in aw
1:45 TChirngs andetaing, lehildren,
mimt yProf. Hamill.
'ednck da m fornpimaFrad iner
port0 Workr coiteenc annhonce
Visitation, and Hlome Depart
monelits," led by 'rof. Ilamill.
Con vention ils8emlbles:
10:110 Son g service, led by P'of. Exce ll.
10:30 Next Sunday's lc_son taught,
Rlov. B W. SpAinan.
11:00 Round table. Subject: Sunday
vehool tnanagement, led by Ma
11:45 Plans for the cominig yeat-The
outlook. Theoffeiinig. Conduct
ed by the international seere
12:15 I'let ion of oll!vors. Iusinevss all
noune1em1111011.1. A dj our1- nmenlt.
Wednestday aftrn 'on, February 27.
3:(n 0 o -,1 rvice., ed h. 'rof. ixcell.
3:30 Th( big boy prOlem1, lIeCv. B. V.
-1:00 The t eacler's Spirintal prepara
tion, by lev. S. M. Smith, 1). D.,
Co l u ih ia , S . c.I
-1:30 Suniday-school teaching, Marion
5:00 Pound table. Subject: Tho Sin
(aiy-shloi teacher, led by i'rof.
5:45 4Reports of commit-tees. Itusiness
Wcdnesday evening, F-'hiary 27.
7:30 H-ng service led by 'rof. 'xcell.
8.00 The unreached and the usaved
masses, Prof. IIamill.
8:-15 The Sunday-school its a soul win
ner, 1Rev. 13. WN. Silpilmin.
9.30 Brief parting words. Adjoiurn
Throughout this entiro programme,
using overy spare moment of its miany
Intervals. there will be brief, carnest
pwayers by local pastors and workers.
This special an nounce ment, has been
made: "This convention is inciuded
in the itenerary of the famous 'trans
continental Sunday-school tour,' which
pa-ses from the Atlantic to the Paviie
coast, through the Southern and West
The local committ,ees are as follows:
Entertainmenit, Wim. El. Pelluhain,
Musie, Mr-s, H. 13. Jones, chairman.
Railroads. E. Cavanaugh, chairman.
The ol1feirs are as follows:
President, Geo. 11. Cromer, Esq.,
Vice president, C. 11. Carlisle, Spar
Treasurer, R1ev. W. I. Ilerbert, New
Secretary, J. L. Berg, Columbita,
Superintendent normal depart.ti,ent.
1" F Whilden, DarILilngton.
Siperinlendem primary work, Mrs.
M. S. Whildon, Charleston.
, Super-intendent i homo class depart
ment, Prof. J. A. Gamnewell, Spartan
Statistical secretary, J. J. Gentry,
Here is the personlel of the executive
Wmll. E Pelham, chairmian, Newber
ry; Rev. T. 11 Law, ). D , Spartan
burg; S. .1. Excell, Sparw,anburg;
Geo. 13 Cr(mier, Esq., Newberry; Rev.
W. I. Ilerbert, Newberry; T. T. Hyde,
Charli-st,'; IR. C Williams, Newberry,
C. F. B3oyd, Newtberry'; R1ev. J1 M. Ma
gruder, Spat.anhur'g; R1ev. GJeo. A.
Wright., Newberry; andI R1ev. J. W.
A p)owerful engine caninot be r'un
with a weak btoiler., andl we can't. keep
up the strain of an active life with a
weak stomnack; neither can we stop the
human machinlie to make r'epairs. If
the stomach cannot dilgest enough food
to keep the body strong, such a prIep)a
rationi as Kodol D)yspepsia Cure shoul d
be used. It digests what yotu eat and
it simply can'' help bt, do you goodI.
Gilder's Corn.'. Drug Store.
Governor MecSwe.eney has appointed
Wallace C. Cromner auditor' for New
berry and Jno L Epps, trceasurcr for
the counaty. Mr'. Cromcr' succeeds
himself and NMr Epps will take charge
about the first, of March. Mr. lBoyd
will be ready to transfer iat that time
and the new I r.easurerci can1 make upl the
p,-inalty book and collect the delinquent
taxes. Mr. (5 F. lBoyd will retire fr'.m
'.'leo with t,he well-done of every citi
zen of the cotmnty. The best we can
wish for Mi'. Epps is that he will Imake
as emc~ient and as court,eous an olficial as
his p)redIecessor has mado andl we feel
sture he will strive to (10 so.
Like bad dollars, all count.er.feits of
DeWItt's Witch hlazol Salve are worth
less. The orIginaul qnt'ickly eures'e plesC,
sores'U and1( aull skini diseatses. Gilder's
Corn.'er. Dr'.ug S'ore.
The Atlamntic Coeant Lin.'e Announcea Cheap
On account of the following occasions
the Atlantic .Coast Line will sell 'oiu.'d
trip tIckets at rate of one fatre:
P resIdential lnauguration, Mar'ch
4th, 1901, Washin.'gton, D). C., one fare
for round trip. Tickets limited to con
tinuous passage in each direction, to be
sold Ma'.ch iset, 2nd and 3d, also on
March 4th with final lImit, March 9th,
1901 Special rates quoted for M illtary'3
Co'.pan ies a'.nd Brass IBands In u ni form.
Fare from Newhmerry $1~>.10. 'Th'.ot'gh
Pullman Bu3taTt Sleeping Cars run to
Washington on all through trains.
General MI iasionar'y Con ference M. E
Church, Souith, New O'.'ians, La.'.
April 24th and 301,h, i901 For above
occasion round trip) tickets to New Or.
leans, La., at r'ate of one first-class fai'e
round trIp. TIckets sold April 22nd,.
23d and 24th, Iron clad signature form,
limited to continu'ou.'s passage In each
direction, wit,h fInal limit May 2nd,
When you want a physic that is mild
and s'en tIe, easy to take and plevsa.t
in eIY'.ct use Chamberlain's Stomach
and LIver Tablets. Pric.e 25 cents.
Samples free. IFvery box guaranteed.
Form al e yW E. Pelham.
A Mood Porlornunlece.
The Unat Clayton Comlpanly appeared
at the opera house hIst n iit. in "l)ark
est Itisiak" and gavu a pleasinl- per
fo-rmaiico to at tmalli auldience. Tho
Comlipay carries a bcautiffil lot of
special scItey which goes to ilake
their. poerfotti11 man,ces In ich iore teal istiv
and etTeetive. The special ty work of
H- il1 and l'.dmu1ndr14s and -red Cohin are
alIn worth iiany t1m11,Iyine.s t(he price of
admissi(on. To '-ight a Waif tof New
York. )on't, miss it..
P'ersons who eanl #ot. 1,.1k(' ordinlary
vills 10 fi it a plva,111-4. to ak )eW ill's
lAit lt Da-ly Ris lii' '. o I lit 'est,
litle liver vill-4 1'volr 1n1h1(1 : h-1'
Co'n1er I )Itot'
The fiar-Iers arc now pleItring their
lands(k filr anlother vrop, bult. the grOunid
beilng frozlel tihey 11111k but, lit,tle Iprc
As cottoni has declined in price, with
Iospe)Okts of still lower prices in tle
fall, we would advise all forimers to con
sider well if it would not he prudent to
rieduice tieir. acreage of cotton anti
plant their hnd inl other producets.
the pr-ico (if vorn iats advinced withl
prospects of voil tiullta ve.
The farmers acted wisely inl iowig
plenty of graill last fall. Ho far it, ithas
not. been matteriatIly injured.
Somo parlio.s have uded ptltoes:
others have Ilegnill plintilg ill their
gardetis, thougll we have no hopes of
SUCCs4's i i l ich eairly plant.ing. We
hope we 11113 be disl,ppointed.
We have severali seve'e cases of grip
In ourl vicinlity, anid ieverl persons are
aullevinl(g with t,heir ii arts from vacci
So fat' wo have not had a case of
Smallpox inl our vicinity. I1lope we illay
escape tih(e dreadful disviase.
Ieb. 2.:, 1901. "lichian."
For the Weakness and prostration
followigir griptm tiere is nothing so
promllpt aild effective its one14 Miniue
Cj)ulgIl CuIre. This preiaration Is high
ly endorsvd its a illu falling remedy for
all throat and ing troubles aind its ear
ly ulse prevents consumption. I t was
made to cure Iulickly. 4ilder's Cor
ner Drug Store.
Look out for Purcell
& Scott's Prices. No
matter what price you
are quoted You will
always find us lower.
Si. LUtielt Notes.
A musical was given at Mr. J. .
MIoore's last Priday 1ilght.
iessr-s. Norris IHawkins and lPorrest
lBidenbaiughi spent Siatirday and Suin
(lily at home.
Al.s. George VaIughln has heenl quite
sick for the iplist smveral dtys.
Mr. J. 0. Moore tm1et with L pallntfUl
ieeidlen a few days Tince. The first
finger of his left hianmi was masoed oI
Ou r school eelebhrated Wainei gion's
bi rthld ay with exercis5es applrop)riate to
t,he occasion. A large number of v'ii
ors were p)resenit.
Ye.s wYe muist, congrat.ulate the I.egis
lature for not, d.oi ng mnuch, Or ratber
not, miaking so muatny chlaniges. TIoo
miany and1( frequet, ebanlrges of the laws
haive been ai curse to (ourt coontry. It
keeps the peleI agit,at.ed, andit distur'bs
A fter' a lingering illness of several
months duiration MIrs. A lice Hoozer,
wife of Mr. Willie Iloozer, oni Tunday
eenI ng at twenity miinu111tes belfoIre sIx
o'cloe,k breatlied her last, atnd her spi ri t
entered the silent1 I realmn. She wats 23
yeairS, i mointhIis, and 15 day13s of age.
She leave s a hutsband antd two cliildren31.
HeIr body was laid to rest, in St, Luke's
cemetery Wedlnesday aIftertnooni at 4
o'cloc(k, the fuiocral services beintg con-1
duceted by llev. ZA. W. lI denbatugh.
We sym1 pJath izl deell with t he sorrow
i ng ones and( trust the great, (Comforter
may he very near and dear to them.
Tlhie greatest, daniger from colds and
Ia gripp is0 u thicir resuilt,ing In pneumo11
n Ia. If reasonable earc Is uised, how
ever, and Chambherlaiut's Cough Hoe
(dy tatken, all danger wIll be aivoidedl.
t t,will curo a (cold or' an aLttck of Ia
gripp)1) in less .11me t.han atny other Irneat
11111t.. It is pilensantI and safe to Lake.
For' sale by WV. E Pelhiam.
TIhere are men who will laugh at a
woman for buying a nilekel packago of
chewing gum, then proceed t,o blow In
a (quarter' for an imp)ort.ed elgar-.
Mil llions of peopile are fainiliar wIth
ID--WIt ti LI ttle I'Carly lit(iser and1( thot o
wVho use them find( themn to ho1 fanious
little liver pills. Never grIpe. Gil
dcr's Corner Drug St.ore.
The Wonder Worker!
F'or oats, wheatI, corn, cotton and
Vogitables. Th is F"ort,ilzo~.r has been
used( for years andi will inIcronso yeild
from Fifty to one Hundred per cent.
Apply to Summer Bros., Agents
for Newborry County.
The Home Fortz.. cIhom work's
Notice to Ureditors,
IrpHE Cluti'ORS OF JAMES N.
.1. Li pscomtb, deceased, ttre hereby
requIred to render In and ostabilish
thueir demands heforo ma on or befor"
the twenty-sevent.h day of NWarch A. D
1901. 11. II. Rikard,
A Weather 1'ropliet stumjk)p(,t.
( Jol. . amies I )eat man, the wel wIt known
Conl tractor. :aid Weather prophet, i.s
stimpl todabe. iIe has ben 1tiunch
iever in the "No fov in Aigust, nO
stnIow in winte'" theory all his life, and
t) hi ve it, thu- r'lidelY -ihaLtered is a
sP rI-i m 11 atte 1'. In( clicidating this
theory it few days 1go Colonel O)ILrman
said that not, only would therve ho no
stow the followin in Witer. if there was
110 for in Au'gust, but thin nuber of
stIOWS iln any wiit vie exactly correspond
e to 1t1v Ih um -r of fo,"s the previous
Aug st. |-- :til thaL hie had never
known thi r. to fatil, anl W"at-i con
till it it woal )nt, fail tlik wilter, and
Its thi-r wit no fog in .\u ust, 1900.
there would he no snnw this winter.
Colonlel ILI'arian is invited to revise
his calculations uid try again. ---Spar
tanhur Journa! Feb. 2).
)oes this alto apply to tha ''Datch
A Dandy Line of
The prettiest you ever
A New Assortment of
iSing their own praise."
ior vi fy-nine yCLI-s, the Stielfl'ianos
huave given the grieatest stiisfaction in
tiousam, of homes in North anlld South
Year in anld year. out, We make no
t,h ing bu ttlielf' Plainos. I 'ractieoi malkes
porfe't in everythling, and years of
practice, joined to conScientious skill
Itald honlesty, ilake the StiCl the satis
factory instrument it is.
Yoil asstimo io risk whatever in buly
in,g at :St1,i1 'innio, Anid tlle SLVIIng of
the ealier's big prollts will go a long
way' tawards payinog foi'r Anasic lcssons
for y'ouri dlaaghteir.
he St.iclf is the only wvorld r'enowned
1Piano)1 soldl in) th)is se.ctln( dirctL fr'oim
M anufat,urer to custoimer.
Wr aite for ia catalo)gue anmd I"actory
('l lAS. Ml. STri:PI',
'iano Manu)11facturi er, H altimtore, Md,
Nor th andl S-out.hI (!arolin11a lIrhanch
Wareroom011, 211 N. Tryon1 St.,(Char lotte,
Every man, lady and
boy should have a good
time piece. Come and
buy it of us as we have
a large selection,
If your watch, clock
or jewelry needs repair
bring it to us and we
will put it in good or
We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.
STATE O1" SOUTI L CARLOI4JNA,
COUNTY O1" NEW'.IEttY
IN PitOHATEI' COUli'T,
A. J. Gibson, Clerk, as Administrator,
&c., of Viincy Oalhuaan, deccated,
Brooks Clark andit others, Defendantsa
inl, I wvill sell at paublic auction,
to the highest bidder, at Newberry
Cour iilIotis", on saleday In March next,
thaItlhouse and lot of which Vinoy Gait
mian dih-d, seizead and possessed, lying
In the. TIown oif II[elena, in the County
and State aforesaid, containing One
A cre, mo"re or less, boundedl by lots of
11ev. Nathan Ohiles, Anthony Wright
andi others, upon the following terms,
One-half of the purchaso money to be
p)aid in cash, balance on a credit of
I woIve months, with interest from day
of sale, to ho seacured by blond of the
punrchaser and mortgage of the premi
ses sold, with hetavo to purchaser to pay
whole amount of bId in ,cash. Purcha
ser to insure the premIses and assign
policy to Probate Judge, and also to
-ay for stamps andi p)atersl.
W.' W. HODGES,
Probato Judge N. C.