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NEWBERRY UOrON MARKET.
(Correct id twico a week by J. W. Utry & Co;
March 15, 1901.
B est...... ........................... 80o
Just received 100 tons High Grad
Fertilizers, get our prices, we wil
make it to your interest.
t&ftf E M. EVANS & CO.
Mr. C. J. Zobel, a progressive mer
chant at Helena, has vacated the ol
and well knowti Zjobel store and no%
occupies the store under the hall for
merly known as the Fallaw Hall.
Death or a 11right 11ay.
Mr. S B Auli, of Jalapa, and Misi
Carrie E. Aull, of this city, were calle(
to Pendleton on Tuesday by the dealt
of their nephew, Mr Gus Sitton. Thii
death is a peculiarly sad one, Gus beini
a brigv t boy in his eighteenth year
just entering young manhood and tht
oldest child of his p-trents, Mr. and Mr
Mrs. Sitton will be well remembered
her as Miss Lila Aull, atid the sympa.
thles of their many friends go out ti
them in this hour of bereavement.
You Know What You Aro Taking
When you tako Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the fomular is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
issimply Iron and quinine in a -iste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 60c.
We are entitled to
your trade. We are
the boys that have. put
the knife in high prices.
Once an i"1oIa. or Col 14obbq.
Mr. G. E Shawde of Ea-ton Pa , wh
is tow representiog the Koickerhocker
Brace Co. of i hat place gave us a very
pleasant call Wedlesday He wat,
associated with Col John F Hobbs fc -
more tb-in ten years in Atistralia He
told us of their rom-ncet in thpt coun
try together and spoke in very com
mendable terms of t'ol. Hobbs who is
now Associate editor of The Nationai
Provisioner in New York city. Hit.
reminisceices of A'ist,ralian life, busi
ness methods atid social customs were
interesting and intertatning.
Valuable Stock Farm for Sale
Seven hundred acres for sale, wel
watered, clover grows finely. Near
Newberry, S. C. Address Herald and
News, Newierry, S C. 3
At the Newberro Knitting mill, knit
ters, loopers and toppers. Fir-t-class
prices paid for experien- ed operatives.
Address, The Newberry Knitting Mill,
Newberry, S C 4t.f.
A High Class M,e,ical Bntertainment.
The B tchelor- Maids have in prospect
an engag,-ment. of t he celebrated Sch u
bert S% mphony Club and Lady Quar
tette Camp:iy of Chicago, and it Is ex
pected that they vIll be secured to give
one of their delightful entertainments
about the 29th inst. This Company
gives a program of the greatest 'variety,
consisting of L,'dy QuIartebtes, '-.,ndo
lin and Guitar Club, Siring, Violin and
Vocal Solos, Amusin'g Readings. In
the Schubert's we will get a musical
entertainment that is eiejoyable from
first to last--not a long dull classical
affair, but a bright, .interesting progam
of music's choicest gems.
IDon't Let t hem Sufrer.
Often chi.dren are tortured with itch
ing and burnlsog eezema an,t other skin
diseases but Ilunkien's Arnica S,slve
heals the raw sores, expels Inftam
mation, leaves the skin wvtzhout a e-car.
Clean, fragrant, ch.-ap, there's no salve
on earth a- good. Try it. Caire guaran
teed. Only 25 -at ali d,uggists.
All Liver and K.dney trouhles are
quickly relieved and pe mnanently cured
by Palmetto Liver M.edicine. Price
10e. For eale by Dr. Van Smith's Drug
Hotnothing worth your Attention.
The Ewart Pifer C'o. is putting up a
new awning which will add much to
their already at tractive s'ore Their
apring stick is coming in, in their
display of clothing, the style, cut and
make of the new sult,e are all that ctr
reet garments must posss. The
materials and the pat.ternls are those
that, will be favored by fashoinable
men. Hats in all the very newest
shapes and shades are there too, and
command the atte tlon tf men who
recognize asyle -'nd elegance. The new
neck wear msakes a blint sp)ot in t,be
store. You never saw much a handsome
disph,'y of colorings and pa'herns, and
a-i the new shapes are shown. Every.
thing new and pretty that a man can
wear is to be seen at t,he E wart Pifer
le K pt His Leg
Twelve v'ears tag'- J W Sullivan, of
iHartford, C-mn.. srratched his leg with
a rusty wire. I. fi mnmation and biood
poisoning set in. For two .years he
suffe'redl Intensely Thlent the best doe
tors urged amiputaton. "but," he
writes, "I used one bot tle of Electric
BItters and 1 1 2 tloxe' of Bunckleni's
Arnlca Malve and my leg was sound
and well s ever " For Eruptions,
Erzeuma, TPetter, 8,1lt Rheum, Sores
and all blood disordera ElectrIc Bittere
has no rIval on earth. Try themt. Al]
druggist will garantee satisfaction or
refund money. Only 50j cents.
To the good farm ers
-of Newberry we are
your friends. Don't
buy until you see us.
S8topse the Congh and Works off theS Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets curt
-a cold in one day. No cure, no pay,
.D,rina 9A cants.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, of Prosperity,
visited her daughter, Mrs. 11. 11.
Rikard, of Helena, this week.
Mrs. J. H. Cannon, of Prosperity,
spent a few d4ys with her son, Mr. H.
S. Cannon, in the city this week.
Mrs. J"nes Bowers, of Atlanta Ga.,
3 arrived here today and will spend some
time with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
James F. Todd.
Mr. John C. Hipp who was in the
Johns Hopkins Hospital for about two
I weeks under treatuient for his eyes
r arrived home on Saturday of last week.
- The specialist there could not give him
much encouragement, but 1e says that
he thinks his eyes are improv.ng.
The rector W. S. Holmes will hold
services at St. Lukes Fpricopal church
Sthis afternoon at 4:30 p m. You are
cordially invited to be present.
Mr. Jas. F. Epting has moved to the
Wm. Langford house, which he re
Mrs. J. S. Swygert of Jenkinsville
who has been visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Thoe. V. Wicker, returned
Mies Hattie Graham of Pomarla ar
rive in Newberry yesterday and is the
guest of her sister Mrs. J. D. Shealy.
Mr. J. E Norment the genial and
eflicent traveling representative of the
News and Coueier gave us a pleasant
call on Wednesday.
Mr. L. L. Littman of Baltimore is In
the city representing the Supreme
Conclave Improve Order Heptasophs.
H1o expects to establish a conclave in
N.-.wberry. Mr. Lettman is accompanied
by his wife and they are stopping at
Mi- Bettie Land of Augusta Ga.,
arrive in Newbe-rry yesterday aed will
spend some tlme with her sister Mrs
Newberry sh-uld have a good ac
curate m ip of tite town giving th,
names of all the streets etc made. Ont
would be worth a great deal and we
nave no doubt, but that a great man)
could be sold.
Mr. D H. Counts of Laurenc camt
down Wedntsday and will speou a few
!ays in the city on business.
Fther P. J. Costigan of Harrisbur,
Pa., was stopping at Mr. D. C. Flynns
during the past week.
Mr. F. A. Schumpert and doughter
4iss Myrtle, returned yesterday from
Dr. 0. B. Mayer was called to Laurens
yesterday on account ci the illness of
bis sister in law, Miss Joaes. He re
Mr. J. C. Wilson Jr., went to Colum
bia yesterday where he has accepted a
position with Girardeau and Marshal.
Mr. Edwin A. Carlisle went to Char
lotte N. C. on Wednesday where he
will spend a few days in the interest of
the Carolina Manufacturing Co.
Editor S. H. McGee of the Greed
wood Index made us a pleasant call on
Mrs. Lillo Russ went to Columbia
Wednesday and returned yesterday.
Misses Luey McCaughrln and Mary
Nance Fair left yesterday for Columbia
where they will stop for a day before
going to Spartanburg to visit relat ives.
Mrs. Lelt,say, of Newberry, is visiting
friends in town.-Aisociate Reformed
Presbyterian March 13.
Miss Annie Simmons of Greenwood
is the guest of her friend Miss Thyra
Mrs. Addle Hodges, of S3partanburg,
who has been visiting at Mr. W. D).
Hardy's, in Helena, and at Judge WV.
WV. Hodges, returned home today ac
compalned by little Miss Mary Hardy.
Mr. T. M. Roebuck who went to
Columbia Tuesday to have his arm op
erated on has undergone the opera' ion
and it was a successful one.
If .you want to bring a large crowd
and a large amount, of money to the
Firemen's Tournament which is to be
held here on the 5th, and 6th of June,
subscribe liberally when the committees
call upon you so that the prizes offered
may be worth contestinig for.
Mr. Rightmire, who has been man
aging the Uion Steam Laundry, bas
returned to Newberry. The St,eam
LLunldry is closed for the present.
Unidon l'imes March, 15.
Miss Douscha Martin arrived home
today from New York where she
h e been taking a course in art,.
M rs W. F. E wart spent WVednesdsy
with t be family of Mr. Charles Suber in
Miss Thyra Scbumpert was the
hostess of a mosi enjoyable card party
The young people of the cit,y will en
joy a dance at, the army this evening
immediately after the debate.
Mr. J E. Barre of Lexington, came
up this morning to at,tend the anniver
sary of the Literary societies tonight.
List of arrivals at Newberry Hoed
from Tuesday to Friday: Geo WV.
Cooper, Atlanta; H. IB. Lonicke, Savan
nah; Will Gibbes, New York' Perry
Lumly, Southern Rilway; W. L. Blos
som, Brooklyn: A. F. Funderburks
Columbia; D. A. Pass, Cincinnatti; D
H. Counts, Laurens; J E. Norment,
News and Courier; J. H. Cummings,
Columbia; H. A, Webb, Atlanta;Oeo.
BIr.s an, Greenville; E ~R Pugh, At
lanta; E. J Adams, Atlanta; W. J.
Avers, Southern Railwa.y; Chas. E.
Met'rtary, Winston; J. W Roston. Vir
ginia; B. II. Fenler, Southern Rail
way; Allen, S. Higgs, New York; WV. .1.
| Thomas, Charlotte; J. C. Hunt, Balti
imore; G. L,. Anderson New York; W.
S Turner, SoutheCaroina; F. N. Ga'e,
Richmond. D. A. Pressly, (Columbia;
B. L. Justice, South Carolina; flig Belig,
Atlanta; H. L Hunt, Louisville; G'o.
A. Maunney, Baltimore; C. A. Mc
PROUBESSIVIC AND PROSPEROUS.
Mr. L. W. Floyd. an Enterp itg Otien o
Nt wherry, In elar eaton
Mr. L. W Floyd, of Newberry, wa
in the city yesterday on business. Mr
Floyd is connected with many enter
prIses in the up-country, heiedes bein
the owner of one of the largest tele
phoieo exchanges In this State. Mr
Floyd said yesterday that h u had coi
to (harlestoi to look into tbe fertiliz i
situat,ion. In regard to this he sait
"It, is a strange thing, but we canto
get enough fertilizer in the up-counti3
to lot the farmers go to p'an' s
There is such a demand fior if that, the
companies cannot get it to their ageoli
fast enough. I do not tijink t hat the
farmers are goi--g to pant more cot o
this season, but I think they are usii
more ferill z ,t. If you ask why t,m.3
are using nore fe,,iliz r I cannot giv.
an answer It, is n,t, oi account o ti
good prices for co. too,. As a mat ter tl
faict, some of the farmers are SUtfe iI
now bectiuse they have stored theii
cotton, helping that the price w(,uld gt
better. As you know, the price ha
s(eadily fallen. Now I hei e is no conu-p
tition in the fl.id iven lthe, cutton
mill men are iut of It They ltavt
bought their cot,,on ihrough the colij
mission into and the compel ion which
the farmer have heretoflre relied i
is enlirely gone."
Mr. Fto)d is connected with a large
cotton see-d oil mill In Newberry 1He
said that the oil mils tbisea.on w4mid
uot make the money they had here 0
fore. " U'e reason lor that is v. r.
simple." he said. 'The price of raw
mattrial has been about doutie whal it,
asuall3 as and te price for oil has cen
two or thice cen b lo ker. I heefore it
is eus. tosee t.h t, Ohe misare not gt
log to mak(- ver) wtiu h mion y."
There has becei nuen talk at.out, con
1.1:cting Columbia b) itet ph one wi 11
Lho upper portion of the St - e 'Ir.
Flo owns and cootrol an ex,el lit
xchange i. Newoe.-rry, Prospe-ity and
Laurens, wit,h forty miles o t,uli lines
Uis toll lines reat-h Spartaut,urg, Gr eui
ville, Woodruff, G cnn Spihie,o. 1 .rris
Lithia, Laurens, (Aint..n, Plorpe,it,y,
Pomaria and otlier places. Pt-m.-ria is
),ly about thirty miles froin Coiumbia,
)r perhaps less tm an that- through tbe
-ount,ry. 8o by connectihg witb tie
lnes tef Mr Filo d t olumibia w%ould be
3rdught in c,initact, with ile principal
sities of upper South Curo.ina Mr.
Flo3 d said that, he was as independi nt,
ts the other cOmp ,nies and that, he dia
Otio intend going to them 'if they
want to connect wilih my toll lines thev3
Aill have to clme 0to mt; I ani not go
.ng to them." The byst in as run by
flr. Floyd Is one of the beot, in the SLate-,
&nd it has this reputa ion among tel -
hone people and telephone users.
Cl'e mst, excellent advertist,ment, for
i business is the number of patrons and
his aavertisememt Mr. Fltj)d certaiily
jas.-News and Courier M re 12
AT THE OPERCA h4UsE IONIGH r,
rhe Litersaty sec.tetes of N wbwrry (oe,iege
Wilt Cel.-brau.e the-I. 42, d Amntver
mary wih App. cpriateo
The public mee- lug of the literary
mocieties of the cedleg-.,tenight promises
0 be an unusuall3 erj -yatble occasi. -n
so doubt there will, be a large crowd
n attendance, as the people of N w
berry are alwa3s really Iio show t,he ir
ntereal in Ne-wherry College and en
3ourage the s-udents ,o re-newe'd. fToartp.
Fhe interes'ing pu iram wes publ.,be d
n last, Tuesday's paper.
The questIotn to be debated Is:
Resolved, That the British South
frican policy is jus,cflac-lc.
The judges wno will decide the re'
cult of the contest are-, lion Geo Joihn
ct"ne, Mr. WV H W allace and M A
Jarlisle, EIq The exer cises wil, be in
hbe Opera House and will begIn prompt
y at 8 o'clock.
Since our last communication the
wveather hans been very cold the therme m-.
~ter registered nineteen degrees on the
aouth side of dwelling at 6 a. mi Tn a
years since the peachi erop wa~s budded
iatne as now and nearly all killed
Early small grain has beens b)adly dlami
The farmers have made better progress
nm their farnm- up to this timne than the-y
have for ::ever al years past, though we e x.
pect mnr.ny were induced to (10 so by e'
pectation of good prices for this ye ar's
erop of cotton, we fear they will be disa1.
Mr. E M Lane is confined to his bedl
with fever supposed to he caused fromt his
arm, whiich wvas vacciniatted Other par.
ties are suffering fromi vaccination.
All parties should be very particular
with fire on their fairmis at this season of
the year as otnly a few days since parties
burning dead grass off' their land let fie
get out atnd burni up pastuire fence at the
Mr W. H Setzler anid famnily, of near:
Hayne, w(re visititg at Mr M. 1L Dick
ert's last Sabbath.
There was conaninuiion services held at
Lebanon church last Sabbath, Rev. D. P.
Boyd preached an excellent sermiop to a
March 8, i9oi.
Look out for Purcell
& scott's Prices. No
matter what price you
are quoted you will
always find us lower,
Mackintosh tspe - oats, Men's lI8e.
Bm a' 280.. at W.,oron'e t
A sI1,11MI)II OtGANiZ.ATION
Will Appear at th ,erua liuiotoTuent
The orivial (.olillc opera fania
"Prince Pro Tunm,' which ran n aIs
200 iIghts in B, stoi, Is Ite op--ra I
f. 51nous D) ins l'aeIkard.(Op)'rt com1)priny V
playiniz this sea.so, - d 1 Is ti r1-4
their business he been so lar::c Tb
#1(d Iepertoire is worn out. and the p
Swant, s-onlthing new lin .for nco
Pro Tell)" taney will Bs anl opie 1r-a t ha' I
funny and artistic. There is a hauel
guarante(I .ou every ninute. Thi
S)l. nll 0111IZ-' 100 I)nplaYs at lthe oper-E
hu, nt. TIu a-day night. The po r
fortmance bl.ou' have it pioci(ed hon-v
f-pr I- is a sple idid orgas: z %1uion and 1 i
8'rveb a large paltronatge.
I Pr. mina i eno 14 ls..s r ., o i iur in N-u"i I t r
ry I.r tho Mie- is ft f of he WV, tt Es.d
Rev C C. Brown. ) ) , p istorof th
firts' B3,t t- elmhrch of onot-r will I- e
ture on "Coil. - ,1up and M it.'imon) " il
t(- OPIra hu pu1 Mo Nlda ilght, th.
25 I inst 0ni O. Tuesday night, he will
give a lvetr.- iiin the We.sA-t P',id liayp
lis (thii-Ch oil 'A"t.-v ti Kiot is pitd
De Brown ha a s is i eti urr
wilh lie Is de IvIring for tie be lI
f untedy churches, atud he aimonnis r
ecived at thesi t wo lect.i . s will 1-yo i(
tinV W t u.tjd Baptist ('hrch. Thert
should he large aldbs-nees at, botlh 1
these lectules as it is f.1r a goId Cjnus
and th. .i t e i lecture will be worth
many Limei- the s-, all admniss.-n fe,
ehareed B - sure ts h ar )e It -own
lecture. He will atimuse you and give
OU many things 10 storo away and
carry home t,o think aout.
March 3rd. 19: 1, it, the reside co- i-f
Mr. Ma3 bin Moi b% Ro-v W W.
McM eries, M r Eusloi. W;rts of 'ro
perit,y to X 11i Bernice \M oore.
T'-E rn G T' L .T
At Ollcra HMiso Tucsil y Night1, Mar'ch 19,
35 -- AllStar Ar'ists-- 35
Musical Fan asi"
"Prince Pro Toni,"
S aits will g's fast. this m-.rningu; ,i..w in
Zta'e at Schol:zt' Jewelr S or
G diry .......... .... 2 , s
Gesni'ral Admis Ion..... 50
R--ser ved 'eats......... 75 an $1 OC
Int.erest. paid( 01n d.i p'st in thei Savin111
Department at the rate of -1 per cent,
per antium from date of deposit at
OFNEWVIER1RY, S. C.
CAPITAL --- $50,000 00
W . ira. e ns ,r ra II nki's bo
t;no8. i ntck no
G' o W. 'MMIlE I, W. Fioyn
F~ Z. WVI,SON. WV ii IIUNTr.
V:et' l'r e-i a.s' C s. se
Our 20 paf OBBI. DliscouRi
- on all
China D'nonr Sets. China Cu p an<
S ueers, China plattes, Bowls, Cbii
Pid ling Sets, China Cako Plite's
GN ssware, all kindla, Pictures, ail
kinds, is a great mItney Rsver. 0
o Itrie this offer is golo I only or
Tuesday and Thursday of each wool
PELHIAM'S T\MP AND
CROCKElRY ST()lU E
~jJ' We hi v-. all varintion of Lun
d1r.b h' frmh (Gar ion S.-otds anrd sq"l
at closs prices.
Drug Store : iina Stora
TOLD PLAINLY, POIN7
THE JOYOUS SPRING DAYS
will soon be here-The Time is
growing Shorter and &iotwith
standing that we have closed
out lots of our assortments of
fall and winter goods, during
the last three weeks-True the
Pices were the Attraction-We
in order to make room for
Spring and Summer goods, now
on the way, have cut prices and
what this means--that you can
get men's and boys' clothing
made by reputable makers and
made right--Made to stand
hard w&ear--made to retain
shape and style and at less than
the cost of raw material and
making. Many of these gar
ments (an be worn with com
fort until June. If you cannot
wear them now a few camphor
balls will keep them until next
winter--that's whet we would
do--but the Spring and Summer
things are knocking at our
doors and we have not room
for both, so if you want to share
in the last days of our Get-rid
of-quick-sale you must act
WE WILL NOT BOTHER
you wiI h a lot of figures to read
but tel' it all in a sentence
Prices on all colored garments
reduced 15 to 20 percent on
the last cut prices we advertised
You can easily see what that
means, a suit that cost $8.00
now goes at $6.40 and so on
th roughout the whole line.
we have spun it out long
when we tell you about
wi I not be surprised the
you will be interested at
Good Time. Master*
STATE OF SO1
Every man, lady and COUINTY OF]
boy should have a good COMMON PL
ti me pie ce. Co me an d """i,t2'n'dIsJ
buy it of us as we have y ommDE<
a large selection. 13heremn, I wit
If your watch, cloc.k 's; l)fI(i
ot jewebt y needs repair '*'ua Monday (s.e
brinig it .to us and we ",nL,gr :
will p.ut. it i n good or- fort .r
d by andaof the~ os
W.Ae also have a nice "irank 11'u.- a.nd
line of T)ue""a 01' S^'"
Jewelry, Silver uisrn'"th"ie
W \ear and Glass. che n mr
ol 0d , wit ev
~N11 pay the whole air
I'rt hn!c.h. And if the
onei week after da
Pdnar tr will readver'i
' ln on the next
The Jeweler. L tero the t"'aor"
SCH00OL BOOKS. atrsosc,
ebar a' th )u'nty eps ory,
he1 $- EuiI*( i d a t oe. The hooksi will ?po'd ih
be 'old for exi e ly I he p)rice prin'ed .ryC nt nr
thern O The ltehers of the county atheloe f h
will ph aIe introdiuce the now bo'ks asthy utdlve
raipldllv iiu mas Seem feaible. for after srto heC'r
.Jult " . 1901.l t ha law re qirels the ntew a nlreoth
ad1a hil'( t aedax'u;v ywar nt w l'htp
5 W'~I ~ LL TEACe
While the reduction in Shoes is not
as great as in clothing it is great
enough to be an inducement and
means from 5 to 15 per cent on
former prices, and we thought them
That you can save money, and big
money too, by buying anything for
man or boy to wear of us NOW.
Of what we will show you a little
later-when our Spring styles are in.
We have bought of the best known
Northern manufacturers the largest
8 and most stylish line of clothing,
shoes, hats and furnishing goods
ever brought to Newberry.
In it are men's handsome tailored
made from button clef--- around to
NEAT DRESSY SUITS
for boys splendidly and strongly
6 made, well finishc.d aud good
wearing fu ts
1N HATS, all tho la"est crea
tions of the be t i kers an d de
signers of men's top c)voriDgs.
THE REAL THI1VGS
P In Neckwear, naity neck dress
'ings in Four-in--h rnds. English
rp Fquares and other styles.
of our new stock is so
interesting to us that
ger than we intended, but
it more fully later on you
tt we were interested, for
ad that is what we want.
Head to Foot Clothier.
YITH CA U()LINA, -..
S"nIiniff. vs. John . ,~' . '
)lF'j'~ THIC * OURlT
I sell to t,e h ig1i.es.~
e collrt (10ou,.. at 4
(a 'a hn.i Cnth
a i.e ln - n ,u e .uu'
-oof -I a, N aie b
II twir ii. B Ii ren, r"F '
:One. half of the Te ~ Jhm o
, hie p 'id in canMh,
a credilt o,f Iwelve I nt he m n w ar
re fr' mn d.ite of
bv hond oif t.he pur- okn riis~~lf
am o th preishesth boLtw
of t purchare e
~)r411tAr akThe lanw rgie stock
erm * ~iI Is 'hn o tAJhe anwar
looking f >r it shtheima
ens1" $tediwa ho t thel( o pr.st wl
rpurchaser. TPhe pli as'e y ui
for","fm"t id pa Clall and get them.
f arch 6, 1901.
ICNOW EM.I ii
'a slic8eho I. of New- flll
heroby notifled that
Ir 'espective schools -
lth-ir' Te'acher's Reg-.
yv Superintendent as 2
'ore the last salary
faif'lv. Thio signature 1is on eve~r.v box of thu gonnin&
GS WE 'RTM, ILXaiiv Br0o10 Qtininie Trablot.
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