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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
~ TATED CONVENTIONH OF
this L idge will be held the 2nd
aud 4th T, --day nights oreach month
at 8.00. - Visiting Kilulits cordially
welcomed. THs. E. EPrING,
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Buildinh.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meat ---...................... 7@8o.
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
Hams......... ............. 12(13c.
Best Lard ............... ........... 100.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 60c.
Good Molasses..................... 25(@50c.
Corn ................................. 650.
Meal ...................... 050.
W heat Bran........................ $1.15.
1st Patent Flour.................. 4 75
2nd Best Flour................... $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00
Good Ordinary Flour...........03.2563.75.
Sugar ......... ..... ......... to.
R ice.................................... 08c.
Coffee.............................. 1 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.25.
Loose Hulls, per owt............. 30o.
Bntter, per lb ................ 15@20c.
Eggs, per dozen ............. 121c.
Chickens, each............... 16@25c.
Peas, por bushel............. 85o.
Corn, per bushel.. ............... 60c.
Oats, per bushel................. 3" Oc.
Sweet potatoes ................ 6 600.
Turkeys, per b ............t 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 1.00.
NEWIKRY coroN MARKET.
(Corrected twice a week by J. W. Gary & Co;)
March 12, 1901.
Best...... ........................... 8 ic
Just received 100 tons 1i1gh Grade
Fertilizers, get our prices, we will
make it to your interf-st.
t&ftf E. M. EVANS & CO.
Just received a lot of Stetson's Spring
styles stilf hats at Jamieson's.
Newberry College Baseball Asso
ciation will sell season tickets this
year for $2.00. These tickets admit
to the grand stand. Seven games
have already been arranged. Tick
ets can be had by applying to the
E. E. HENDRIX,
Please add to your list W. H. Wal
lace, residence 108. and oblige
t2t. L. W. FLOYD.
I have removed my ofice to the I
rooms formerly occupied by Cole L.
Blease over Jainieson's store.
DR. J H. MC- ULLOUGH.
To the good farmers
of Newberry we are
you r friends. Don't<
b yuntil you see us.
At the Newberry Knitting mill, knit
tern, loopes and toppers. First-classt
prices paid for ex perlenced operatives.
Address, The Newberry Knitting Mill,
New berry, S. C. 4t.f.
Palmetto Liver Medicine cures indi- t
gestion. Price 10c For sale by t
ly Dr. Van Smith's Drug Store.
We save you money
on Plows, H oes, etc. e
For Rent. 3
The Fred Werber house on College
Street. For terims apply to Miss Marie I
For that tired feeli?,g, dizziness, etc.,
'try Palmetto Liver- Me.dicine. Price
103. For sale by Dr. Van Smith's Drug t
Store. .ly c
The Wonder Worker!
For oats, wheat, corn, cotton and 'n
Vegitables. This Fertilzer has been
used for years and will increase yeild d
from Fifty to One Hundred per cent.
Apply to Summer Bros., Agents I
for Newberry County.
The Home Fertz. Cbem work's
Newberry College Baseb~al AssociatIon.
The students of the college have or- 3
ganized a baseball team and will take o
part in the intercollegiate games to be t
played this year. Seven games have a
already been arranged. The first of j
the series will be played on the New
berry diamond with the Presbyterian
College of Clinton on next Friday after- s
noon. The college has a strong team,
under excellent management and the *
game on.Friday promises to be a good (
one. Season tickets, which will ad mit
to the grand stand, can be had for $2.00 t
by applying to the manager, Mr. E. E.
Hendrix, of the college.
Like Oliver Twist, children ask for
mnore when given One Minute Cough I
Cure. Motners endorse it highly for
croup. It quickly carecs all coughs and r
colds and evsry throat, and lung trouble
It Is "a spec iflc for. grippe anid asthma
and has long been a well known remedy
for whooping cough. Gilder's Corner
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Sheriff M. M. Buford went to Colum
bia yesterday on business.
Miss Lizzle Ruff, of the county, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Miss Myrtle Sohumpert went to
Charleston Sunday for a few days' stay.
Mr. H. S. Rightmire and wife, of
Union, arrived in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Geo. S. Mower %nd daughter,
Miss Myra, came home from Columbia
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11 Peake, of Union,
S. C., are visiting the family of Mr. M.
Mrs. J. L. Aull, of Dyson, who has
been visiting relatives here, returned
Miss Edith Henderson, of Newberry,
is with Mrs. Wiley on Laurel street for
some week.-The State, March 10.
Miss Romie Belle Cooper, of Colum
bia, camo up on Saturday and spent
Sunday with Mrs. E. H1. Aull in New
Dr. D. L. Boozer, Jr., and Mr. W. C.
Tyree made a flyir,g visit to Columbia,
going down Saturday and returning
Mr. 'T. M. Roebuck went to Columbia
yesterday to have an operation per
formed ou his arm which was broken
Little Miss Annie Cromer had the
misfortune to break her arm on Friday
while playing at the Boundary Street
Rev. Eugene R. Pendleton of Fay
etteville, Ga., preached an interesting
sermon at the Central Methodist church
Miss McLauria, who will have charge
of the milljnery department at the
Mower Co.'s store this spring, arrived
in the city Saturday.
Rev. A. J. Bowers preached at the
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer on
Sunday morning in the absence of the
pastor, Rev. M. G. G. Scherer.
Gilder's "orner Drug Store is prepar
[ug to put .;% a neat and beautiful soda
!ountald to dispense cooling and re
Ireshing drinks during the summer
Mrs. R. P Bryant and Miss E. Lilla
Kibler, who were called home on ac
,ount of the illness and death of their
'ather, have returned to their home in
Mr. Graham Motherall, of Hanford,
Jalifornia, was in the city for a few
lays the past week visiting relatives.
Ele left on Monday for New York
vhence he will sail for Europe on a
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wooten arrived in
he city yesterday from an extended
oridal tour to many places of interest in
he North. They are now at home to
heir friends at Mr. F. A. Schumpert's.
Dr. W. E. Pelham is installing one
>f the prettiest and handsomest soda
ountains in the State. This fountiin
s worth goiug to see. It is the pretti
st and most complete fountain we have
iver seen, and but few in the large
ities compare with it.
Let our business men awake from
heir lethargy and start the town out
n a more prosperouis era than has ever
ieen known. Newberry has the men,
he money and the natural resources.
Vhy not get some new enterprises
tarted and pushed to completion.
The stereopticon entertainment given
y the Odd Follows in their new hall in
est Eud Saturday night last was a
rand sudoess. It is the universal
'pinion of the large audience present
hat it was the best enitertainment of
he kind ever given in Newberry.
Rev. C. C. Brown, D. D., pastor of
be first Baptist church of Sumter, will
eliver one of his famous lectures at the
pera house on Monday night, the 25r.h
f March. Entitled, "Courtship and
!atrimony." Dr. Brown is an exc.l
sint speaker and if you do not attend
ou will regret it.
Mr. D, C. I"'iynn left yesterday for
few York and the eastern markets
there ho expects to purchase the latest
ovellies Owinig to a fire in Columbia
e has been unable to secure a store at
ba' place and has therefore decided to
ast his lot with the people of New
erry, and will have bome bargains to
fer them when he returns.
When you are bilious, use those fa
ious little pills known uas DeWitt's
,ittle Early Risers to cleanse the liver
nd bowels. ?y never gripe. Gil
er's Corner Drn Sore.
Mack'netosh Cape Coats, Men's 98c.,
loys' 88c., at Wooten's, tf.
Last Wednesday morning Mr. E. J.
[cLean, of Augusta, GIa., who had
en to Prosperity on busihess, unet
'ith a peculiar accident. The hors~e
ok fright from a train approaching
'om the roar and overturned the buggy.
Ir. McLean jumped and became en
ingled in the overturned buggy and
te horse reared up on his hind feet
nd as he came down struck Mr 2Mc
rean on his knee, which is still very
re and painful..
rATr 3H1Io. CITY OF TOLEDO,
'( 'OUINTY. se
FIcAI 4iK'HNKr makes oath th at he Is the
1Nio) f,.artner of the Utrm of F. J. (.ygygpy &
o., udoing business In the city of Toledo
onn's and Htate aforesaid anid that said
rm wili ra the sum of ONEC Hf UNDRED
OLa annt fbreach and every e a o of n,tarrh
A TARRiI CURE.
Sworn to beoeseand suse d In myv
resence, thisuthday of Dtecember A. D.j588
A. W. GLECA80pi',
[al's a tarrh Cure Is take~ Iiternally and
ote ulrectly on the blood and4 mueous aur
ices of the a steum. Send for testimontale
rooe.d bd FiENEY & OJO., 'Icodo, 0,
Hali's Fa.- y Pilisare the best
Car load Trunks, Bags and Suit cases
met received at Wootan'.. te
THE FIKEMIHN'S TOUtN4MENT.
The Invitation to the South Carolina Vol
unteer Firemen's Apne,latlon Aceepied
and the Tournanuent Will bo Held
In N4 wbeiry Joune 11h a.td Oth.
The invitation extended by the Cit.
Vouncil and Board of Firemasters t<
the Routh Catolina Vo'unteer Firenien't
Association was accepted by the execu
tive committee and the tournament will
be held in Newberry on the 5th and Ott
The local committees who will be ap
pointed to solicit contributions shoul
receive all the support, they ask froL
the business men of the town-especial
ly largo contribu'ions should be m:id(
by botels, restaura-its and soda foun
tain owners-for they will reap mort
than tenfold the amflunt expended Ir
making the tournament a great success
.I-,TTEt 0' ACCIl"ANCE.
Greenville, S. C., Alar. 8, 1901.
lion Otto Klett, er, Mayor of New.
berry, S C.:
Dear Sir: I have your favor of th<
Oth, with enelosures.
In behalf of the South Carolino Vol.
unteer Firemen's Association, I thauk
you for your kind invitation, and op
preciate the work you are doing tc
make the tournament a euccess. I sn
sure that It will re lect great credit
upon the city and upon the oflicers wh
plan aid carry it through.
The executive committee have ac
cepted the invitation with pleasure,
but we will be greatly obliged if you
can change the date to June 5th and
6th. There are a number of reasons
which I will explain to you later. If
these dates are not convenient for you,
there are no strong reasons why the
dates fixed by you should be changed.
As to details of the tournament I will
try to see you in person In a few days,
but if I cannot will write you fully.
Please extend to the Board of Fire
masters our deep thanks for their
courtesy and promptness.
Please advise tue by return mail as to
the dates. The selection of the place
and date of the tournament was left Io
the executive committee and their de
cision must be published in the minutes
J. R. 11AYNES,
President S. C. V. F. A.
Mayor Klettner answered the above
at o-ce as to the change of date of the
tournament from the 15th aid 16-h of
May to the 5 h and 6'h dav f J Ine,
agreeing to the change, klowing it
would be acceptable to the Newberry
Fire Department Dnd to the city at
So the tournament will he held on the
5th and 6th days of June and un efforts
will be spared, with the assistance of
the Association, to make the tourna
ment a grand success.
COMMITTFES TO MEET.
The coMmittPeR are request- d to
meet at the M"yor's offlee this aftor
noon at 4 o'clock.
The stomach cnntrols the situation.
Those who are hearry and strons are
those who can eat and digest plenty nf
food. Kodol Dlspepsia Curte digests
what you eat and allowa you to eat all
Ghe good food you want, If you suffer
from indigestion, heartburn, belching
r any other stom'ech trouble, t,bis urep
sration can't help but do ' ou good. The
inost sensitive stomachs can take it.
Gilder's Corner Drug Store.
A special ser-vica was held in the
[lutheran church on Sunday ev. ning at
whion an address was delivered biy Rev.
Mt. G G Scherer, the past,or at the
burch, to the Young Ladies' Mission
ary Society. O.ving to the inclemency
>f the weathe:' the at,tendance was
small. Mr. Scherer delivered an in
ieresting and instructive add rests le
sook tot' his subje-ct. " l'he re-suits of the
liscovery Oif Amerir." as hearing on I te
kingdom - f Chr'ist,'' and spok. of I he
'iarvelo'us pr-ogr'es made sin-)' then it
i01 lines of induis' r., and u-p. ciali3 I he
progress of O'erii i nel k, ia.. sehoweci
that, Amer'ica hid p-a ed no in-at) part,
n the work of pre*aching in t,b- heathi
mn the Gospel of Christ, and paving t,he
way for the comoplete establishment of
A special collect,ion was taken for the
genefit of t,he society.
Headache oft,en results from a disor
Jered condition of the stomach and
sonstiyation of the bow' ls. A (lose or
,wo of 4 lhamberlait,'s Stomach and
Liver Tablets will correct, these disor
lers and cure. the headache. Sold by
W, E. Pelham.
Negro Arrested at Gloidvitie.
Sheriff Buford has had a warrant for
,he arrest of Burge Caldwel', a negro
sharged with disaposing oif property
inder mortgage and obtaining money
inder false pretence s, and has
een looking for him for s"ime time.
Ele found him at Goldvilie .yesterday
morning, and afler surrounding the
house asked himt to surrender a9;d 'old
aim that, he had the house surr'ounded
m,d there was i'o possible way of escape.
L'he negro refused to sur'rendcer and at
empted -to esc.apo by jumping out of
~he window, lie was pursued by the
heriff and his deputies who shot at
sim several t,imes, and one of the balls
~atdng effect in hi's leg Inflicted a pain
uli but not serioue wound. 11. was
3itptured andi placed In N -whe*rry j eil
W. await trial at the a.ex, term o ue
sourt N'-wh.erry ('o mnty has an exe
Lent offier in Sherff Bufor d, and wheni
i warrant js placed in his hands he
generally catches his man.
Their pre'mptn' s and t,beir P-asan)t
rff-cts mnake~ ik.W ut,t Lt. L,es Earl,
R isers mosst, popula,r l it,tle p'ills whobee o
they are known. They are sImply per
feet for liver and heowel tronble. Gil
der's Corne nrcgst Mine
UP the Literary 4netetloes of Newb3rry
The public celebration (if the anni.
versary of the literary societies of New.
berry College will he hl( in the op.
ora house on Friday. the 15th inst. Tho
three societies, the Excelsior and the
Phenakosmian, organized in 1859, and
the I'hilomath ian, organized recently
by the young ladies, will take part
An interesting programme has been
arrnnfed mnd the public is invited
The programme is as follows:
Address by tho President, W. J.
Swittenberg, of the Ph renakosmiian
Phrenakosmian Orator, W. 0. Haig
lcr. Subject-'An Uncrowned King."
Debate of Question: Resolved, That
the British South African Policy is
1st Allirmative-J. B. ScIzIer, Ex
1st Negative-U. C. Lorick, Phre
2d Affirnative-E E lendrix, Ex.
2nd Negative-- J I. Shealy, Phre
Essayist-Miss Annie Riser, of the
Philoinathian Socitty. Subject-Virtus
Excelsior Orator, J. 13. Derrick. Sub
Decision of Judges.
These public e*ercises have been
held every year for the past three years,
and have been largely attended by the
people of the town and county and of
ilic whole State, aijd have always re
fleeted credit upon the college and"the
societies. 'The celebration this year
promises to be one of the best ever
This is the first time Ihat the young
ladies' society has participated, atid
their part will add very much to the
interest of the occasion.
A Good Cough Mdiclne for Children.
"I have no hesitancy in recommend
ing Chamberlait's Cough Remedy."
sas F. P Moran, a well known aod
popular baker, of Pet#-rsburg, Va. "We I
cave given it to our children when
troubled with bad coughs, also whosy
ing cough, and it has always given per
ct satissetion. It was recommended
Lo mt bX a druggist, fib the best, c--ugh
medicine for children as it oblainf d no
opium or oiber harmful drug." Sold
by W. E P-lham.
Follow the Ord,wd to the Ise d Front.
Mr James A Mimnaugh has re
turned from the Northern markets
where ie purchased a beautiful line of
tbe latest novelties in Spring goods.
When he bas floished opening his imi
mense stock he will be abIe to delight
t,be eyes of eve ry one, even the most
fastidious Don't fail to visit the "Rled
Front" if .ou want bargains when par
chasinig your Spring outfit; there you
will always find a croewd and not only
meet old friends, bunt also make new
acqeaintances. Mr Mimnaugh is niever
happier than when displaying hb.I
goods and can fit, SoU out from "top to
Old Soldi.-r%u Expierioneo..
M. M. A'ustlin, a cIvil war veteran, of
Winchester, In~d , writes: "My wvife
was sick a long time ini spite of goodt
doctor's treatment, b)ut was wholl t
eured by Dr. King's New Lire Pills,
which worked wondiers for hier health."
They always (do. Try them. O.nly 25e
at all druggists 1
0 i Jamtni son on the fi r't page i
ti-6 pa. 'a gi vs 'ti you somn" fo d im
ieU rh- Ottor.. you puteh's. son L
spin e 0 hing Wti"n Jtab s n t...llk
you ainyth i-g a'' .u' clot..: ing you1 can'
depend on it and w,ben he tells *'u that
he has r*eduti d the piriee oif his gootds
15 to 20 per retton ihe last. cut. piIces :
hi. ad ertised, yoeu had helter go and a
huy something is hei,ber you need'i it
just, at present or not., for he cannot
long sell goods at present prices All
he wants is a inipec'tIl)t of his g'oods
and( he knows y u will be sure to buy
She Dtint Wear a Meank.
But her beauty was completely hid
den by sores, bltcets and pimples till.
she used Bucklen's Arnica Malve. Tihens '
tney vaisht'd as tt ill all Erupt Ions.
Fever Noree, Holls. Ulcers. Carhiunices
and F'el.ins fromn its use. Jaifallithie for
(Cuts Corns, Burns. Realda and Piles,.
(Cure guaranteed. 25 - at, all druggits.
Mrs. Mary A. Kinard, widow of Alan
Kinard, died at her home near St
PhilIps on 8unday, 10th, aged 69 y ears.
Her remains were laid to rest, i2 the
burying grounds at St. Paula on Mon
Mrs. Kiterinie Livington of t his coun
ty died at the residence of her son
Daniel LIvingston at Dead Fall March
7. 1901, ini the 74tt.h year of her age.
Ue r funeral services were conducted
by her pastor, Rev. D P. B3iyd at Newj
Chapel where she had held her memn
hiership for more than halt century.
Ru leaiv.d see tral chlidren a -d a nuim
b eof wr emdeidren to mourn t,heir
los, whien is her galn. She die I in
Counterfeit of DeWitt,'s Witch Hazel
Salve are liable. to cause bl.'od pois-m
ir.g Le ye ihem .-line The original
hals t,he E.mo lJ'*W i 's upon the box
and wraoipr. It, is a hairmletss and heal
ing salvo for selio eu.leses U..equal
led for piles. Gulders Corner Drug'
Death of au Old .andl Mark.
Mr. ). W. T. Kibler has been a fa
miliar tlvuro in the town of Newberry
for a quarter of a coitury. ie was
one of the oldSt citieen of the county.
He was bor n1 in the lower part of the
county April 13. 1425. a-id was the old
est child of Mr. David Kibler who wis
one of the first i- sidents of the town of
Frog Level, afterwards and now the
town of P'rosperity atid was for iany
years Its poistmaster. It is taid of iim
that though tbe namue of tile town wits
ehanged to Prosperity dIririg the timo
he wasi post ilaster, So opposed was ho
to this innovaition that hie contlinued to
stamp his letters with the staip Prog
L"vel. NI r. ). W. T. K ibler was Ilis
uldest child and the last to pass away.
Ile lived for a Li me in Pomlaria section
Rind it Prosperity and thel mIlovid to
bte losl Itiver section and afterwards
to the town of Nowberry where 1he hafts
residtd for the past twenty-live years,
lund for a good m1any years was in the
rncveianitile businiess. Lately hie has
tiot eenn it business and lived with his
vin-in-law, NIr. W. A. Xinand. Ini
February 18-19 he was married to Miss
hulia Ainn larre, a daughter of Mr.
Nlathlias Biarre, who still survives. Oil
13u,h FIebruary, 1899, they celebrated
Ahe golden wedding day. A1 day that
!oinm to but few people. Mr. Kibler
lied at the home of Mr. W. A Kinard
)n Saturday nornhig 9th instant and
wvas buried at Prooperit.y on Suinday,
he funerai buing conducted by ils pas
or, Rev. NI (;. G. Scherer. in addi
Ion to his widow he is survived by
tinle Children, three sons and six
laughterts-Mrs. .J. A. Simpson, of
'rosperity, Mrs. R. F. Bryant, of Or.
tugeburg, Mrs. Will Johnson, of New
>err, Mrs W A. Kinard, Misses Lilla
Uld Gussie Kibler, Dr. .1 M. Kibler, of
Nowberry, Mr. 1obert Kibler In (he
bhilippines, and Mr. Lawson Kibler,
>f Newberry. One by one the old land
narks are passing away.
S e that y,ou 144't tile original DeWit 's
Xitch llazl Halve when youl ask for
t The Genuine is a certain cure for
>lies, sores -lind skin diseases. il1der's
.'orner Drug Store.
Plows! Plows! Plows!
Ne sell them cheap.
x -ttilign Arouni About Thmoiby Creek,
Farners are on a boom preparing to
laint imore cotton, but we think with all
3e to live at 1111e a little Ilore than in
Wheat is looking fine.
Despite the cholera and sore li ad
k-hich has been prevailing aiong the
owls somne of our neighbors have t good
upply of little chickens
A negro house near here burned down
attirday, aild a little negro child was
mrned to death ill it.
Mr. Lambert Iep;drix anid family have
inoved from Sparmtanburg down to 1Har
to . quarter.
The blacksnith shop of Mr. Newton R.
,ester bulrned downl thlis week - loss about
S50-it is '4upposed some1 one0 had lel, fire
thenl working inl tile shop.
M%r. Y'ates Myers who( has beeni very'
iek is better.
As yet we hlavenl't hlad a case of small
ox or iicinationl.
Miss Ida Georg&is sp)endling a while at
ete brother's~ ill Mt. P'ilgriml v'icinlity.
Miss Mattie George anld Miss Lenla
:ulnkle visited ill Colony comlInunIlity Sun
Mr Franlk SheOaly, of Lexingtonl Coun
y, has mloved to L4exinlgtonl couIrt house
o take charge of is ohice ats treasulrer at
hant p)lace. We wvishI hlim muIIch sulccer/
n hlis new field.
Not wishing to cast ally refleetionl, bult
seemIs to 1110 tIle correspondenlts of The
lerald and( News shou111 ldave a limiit to
heir r.mge, as that (of thle 0110 often goes
ieyond( inIvolvinIg that of the other. Now
do not1 know that1 Mr F.ditor would call
bis inIvadinIg tile alghts of anther or lnot.
Much01 snecess to The I lerald and News
Marchl 8, 1901.
lbhe liniIerinlg coui.h following grippe
al l fell OIl Mi inuIl C llg h Caren For
it i hr at ai'd lung. trr-ub,les thIs 11 t,he
nily hurmnfuss rem. dy ihat glv s Imn
dledate r.-sults. I'revents coisum pL
n. Gilders C orne-r Dr'ug S ore.
Look out for Purcell
a scott's Prices. No
natter what price you
ire quoted you will
dlways find us lower,
Mrs C. E VanDeusen, of Kilhourn,
Vie , was alflleCtedi wit,h st,om'lch troule
m d constipat,Ion for a long time. Silo
a.ys: "I have tried many preparations
tut none have (lone me tile good that.
'hamberlainl's Stomach and liver Tab
1t4 have." Tlhese tablets are for' sale
,' W. E. Pelhaem's dIrus store.
Mr. ,J Li Epp)s, successor to Cotinty
~roasu rer Boyd(, yest erday too1k formai
harge of the ollce. Mr. Boyd tu'rned
ver the dlilferent counIty funds $23,
08.03 and he has sent to t,he State
Lreasurer $23.039.47. All that. the peo
tIe can ask of Mr. Epps is that he fill
he ollcee as accept ably as Mr. Boyd,
,nd tis we feol suro he wiil endeavor
Tot f.ahupOl Nigtn Al.am,
iike w th Croup," wrl en Mrs. J C.
t SAoUld strangle bef'ore we couldl get a
inctor, so we gave it Dr. inig's New
Discovery, whlich g(ave (quick relief arId
permatnent,ly cured It. We always keel)
It in tile ho"us" to proltec4t 011r childrenl
fr ,ml Fillp a. di Whi~ioopIina (5 mgh. It
eurtti eI of iebronie bro)(chlta ' roubtle
Ltt.at, n other remlredy wouttld relel ve.''
Intfalible11 for Coughls, Golds, Thllroat.
atnd Lunsa troublt#es. 50o and $1.00. TrIal
bottle feen tt all ruggsts.t
rcorrespondlenit. Cair 1'lay, in ni,h
last issue had somth1iog to i-ty in rc
gard to the pledge of a ennd i!ate in thi.
last etlnpaign relative to labir con.
tracts. 1144 evidently hl.d rcfer-vilv" tc
Rtepreseatt.ilve honin ie < ainid ThU
Herald and News calle-1 on Ir. Dimi
nick and asked him If lie hail anythitng
to say In regard to the critivitm. Mr.
Domililek said lie only desired that
we shou ld (uot from1 the ( Colu mia1ild
correspondence of Tle 1Ienidd and
News in the issue of Pebrutary 12,
which had evident,ly not been read by
Fair 'lay. It will he tlee that Mir.
Domlililek (lid all that could lie donlle at
this line atild hopes to get the tle:tSl1le
through early inl the next siss ion.
Here Is the correspoidellenv:
Colunbia, Peb. 14 -- As tihe, General
A4s(mtbly is on tie eve of ad jlurnnoet
it, will bet a matter of s01me intt-rest, to
thie people of Newhory coiit v to
know what iats lien accomplished in
so ffar- its relates to theim. lY sibly tie
question of the ilevase of the putishi-0
inelt, for violators of agrienitinal voin
tracts it One t,hat, most, h-vdi cl conl
ceins the farmers ind those who de
)Pend Onl the contrlact, sy Aitm for their
laborers. Several lielstur4ies were Iro
posed, along theml one to 1icrease the
puniiishlmenit froil thirty dit, to not
less a1111 011-110 1110111hrP 110u1' 110VU h n m tiai
twelve, which wias along with the ideas
expressed by Rtepresontative Domiiiek
in the litt caipailn: Iliother was inl
trodilced by l'pres-nIt-t.ive It lI s to
eilatrge thi jilrisdictiot of tlungistrates
4o Its to aLo'.i thei to sentenc %ie vil.
tors to the chaillnaIn for a termll of
three monthi. loth of these invastures
were killed. A bill which oliuld reat
ly relieve t bo sit. t.ion lassed tile
House, but wits cotinttied iti.il next
session, by the Senate. This, amiong
other thhigs, prOVide0s tihiat the IpIun
181'111011 t of ft Violkt.or shl1,1 110t I11er-AtC
its it rele .se froti tile terilS of Ile con
tract, but if, after Serviig his seltenee,
he refuses to go back Itnd serv out his
Cont1 rne1t 11 Canii be tried and t'oviet'd
againl, and 80 On tilllLi tihe 1 nt of tile
termll for which l e hits eiit.rat.evd.
The advocates of this meaur-- hopt, to
get this hill thrmgh the Set4e eitly
next session and While it will nol I all
tilt. I ley desire, yvet. it. will he a gret
deal better thanll at reent.
An i1nnent Alelie, for l.,w Grippe.
George W. Waitt, of Sout h1 Gard i ner.
M%te , sAys: "I have had the w%or", coni !lh
cold, ehtils anld grip and have lakei
lots of trash of it Itecounit but, iolil. to
the vendor. (111111eibrlint's C oihil
iemedy Is the only thine that has dote
any g,iod whatever. I have used one
bottle of it III the Ch ill", (o01d aI gi-ip
have ill left ime. I congratuilat1' the1
itnufaeturers of an hnlest ill- dieine."
Ior. sale by W . I.J. I'etliham1.
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.
JUSt ThInk of It!
all these comfortable
goods going for a mere
Men1's Mackititosht Cape C oats 5Me.:
Bloys' 88e.; MenI's $5 00 overcoats $:t.-15,
and1 finer ones a115 tt a litIe miore 111an1
hal f prlec. Very best all -wool I10ankiIets
10.1 at. $2 90, ii 1- at. $:I.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. J. Woot8qi
We carry the best to be had. No
doubt about it.
"Buy SHOES or Mower Co., and
got good ones."-Goo. E. K(emth (Co.,
WValkover, etc., (Itc., for men anid
boys. Sterling, Rtegina, etc., et (c., foir
Ladies. Full line of Children's Shocs,
and we have the very best of thie
cheaper lines mado in this country
for Women and Children - -the cole
brated Goodman line.
Come and 800 us.
C. & G. S. MOWER~ CO.
STVAT1E 0O' SOUTLI[ CAit)l,INA,
COUJNTiY ,Ol" N EWIBMiitY.
A LL AND) SINGULIAit TIIMl' 'Rl1D
LI. tors of WiTlliam Latngford, dhe
ceased, are hereby requtired to icendel
in and establIsh theie claims aga!einii
ittd deceased before me at, my otlice ir
the Town of Newherry, ont oir heefori
th fifteenth day of March, 190l, amt
ali the creditors of staid dIieeased ari
hereby enjoined from piroseeniting thiel
claimus except nto here In proviled.
HI II RiKALCD, Master.
A Car Load I
We- bought them cheap
and are giving the
people the ad.
Call on LIS and see our
assortmen and get
llar ialc 0 o
A Dandy Lie of
The prettiest you ever
A Nerv /\ssortment of
R. Y. Leavel.
r) r7i Ir4 p,1, ,
l'1(h 5 be I llod r .o moI tIst oif it!
Ih hot IPs ( r s a;. i m-> uust of them!n
['hoi bet'. ( 'a oves. uIt muo-t of t huom!
.&CL i.~O TE O
L'hu wor<t ~ ~7i~ T *'f hhas boon
'0 IiflCIl JnL. bi U 8 (1(1
hat, _ wo oft .en hOe.
I itto fti hub it it.~ io haimus t,bough
hat the.r4 i no( otheur word that
villai jut ly d) "cibo)t theo SIE jITu
It 8 is as n1ar Jitrfettion as humnan
s.kIll hat r been aleI to reatch.
It combuiuneo tho hiigh quaiilities of
ho ot heru i,nstuments ad hasi many
unliquel additionsu of its own,.
Chas. M. Stieff,
N. antd S. Car~ iol inn i Bran ch Wafroroom,
2 I3 N. Tryou St.,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Land and $ecurity Co,
Notes, Bondsi andi
Stocks of all kinds and
0. B.- MA YE~R, l'rosident,
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