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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S T A l'. D C()VINTitN-; oF
this L sidwe will too -t--d in 2 ol
aild 4th Tui itday ilgh-4 .1 us- i'- . I
at 8.00. VisI lig r1u t, 0.111.,ua
welcomed, 11'HO ij 14011P1'IM4,
K ) Lt. I t Id S.
Crotwell Hote Buildint,.
Corrected every Tuesda and Frtio
by Summer Bros.
M eat... .................. . . .. .. 7 . 8,
Shoulders ............ .....
H .ams........................ 1A 3.
Best Lard ............... .... 9- -Y 10.
Beat Molasses, now crop 63k
Good Molasses.................... tr(u%E
Corn .................................. 65'
Meal........ ......... ........ 65.
Hay................ ........ $1.00
Wheat Bran ........... .... 1 15
1st Patent Flour.............. 4 75
2nd Best Flour...................4 25
Strait Flour.........................64 00
Good Ordinary Flour...........63.25 a3 75
Sugar ............... .. .........a* eo
Rico................................... 5r 8 e
Coffee................................. I 1 v5
Cotton seed meal, per sack I 25
Loose Hulle, per owt.. ......... 30.
Bntter, per lb ............ .... 15(c2,
Eggs, per dozen ............. 12e
Chickene, each....... .....l (5)25.
Peas, per bushel...... . ........ 85v
Corn, per bushel.. .............. 60.
Oats, per bushel......... .... 35(!40!
Sweet potatoes ... .... .... 50( 0
Turkeys, per lb ..(f.. ,
Fodder, per cwt ........ .....I o.
N1-,'.vE1tRY 0 r00N ' ICC &
(Corrected twice a week by J W. J try a 0I;s
March 19, 1001.
B est...... ........................... 81c
Just receiv.d 100 tons High Grade
Fertilizers, get our prices, we will
make it to your inter#st.
t&ftf E M. EVANS & CO.
We are selling the
best patent Flour on
earth for $4.40.
Purcell & Scott.
A portion of the track on the Southern
railroad between Newberry and Helens
was damaged by fire yesterday afternoon.
The fire is supposed to have originated
from the cinders from the engine.
The lingering -Ou9h followin vgrilipe
calls for One %Iinu'- C u b Core F r
all Ihr at alid lung tr ules this Is the
only harmless rem- dy hiat giv s im
mediate resultm. IJ'r--v. nt-j coi-sumpt
ion. Gliders ('orn-r Driu S ore.
Tel-ptun - su6b4U iber
Please add to your list. W. H. Wal
lace, residence 108. and or.ligp
t2t. L W. FLOYD
Mrs. Gilliam, of Atlantm, was called to
Newberry yesterday on account cf the
serions illness of her mother-in-law, Mrs.
Mary E. Gilliam. Both of these Jadies
are at the residence of Mrs Mary Wright
Car load Tiunks, Bavs and Suit cases
just, receivtd at Wooten's
We have a few thou
sand bushels of Corn
we will sell for 62bc.
Purcell & Scott.
Don't Forget the L.cture of De
Brown at, Opera House the 25 inst.,
also at WVest En.t B apr,ist Churcn the
26 inst. Subj 'ets: At Opera House
the 25, CourtshI p and Mats imony. At
West Enod the 28, After The Knot I,
Ad mission: At Opera H iuse, 25 cents,
Reserved seats, 35 cents, Tick.-s e-n
sale at Scholt's. Pelbam's, Reeders'
Smith's, and B okst,ore, and it Ieie-na
by Mrs. WV. E Mielton, at We-st End
by Mrs E Ia Bro vn, virs RI bica
Louto, Misses Altce Cssy, Br'nice
Devoiure, Maggie Hu'chin-on, Carrie
Reightey, and Mrs 3. M. Davie', Tho -
who purchase reserved seats will please
go to Mr. Scholtz and select their sease.
2 t a&.
The Dale Bros. will open with the big
minstrels in their original musical act as
produced in New York. Raleigh, Nor
folk and Richmond papers say that it is
one of the best acts ever witnessed in
Like Oliver Twist, children ask for
more when given One Minut,e usugh
Cure. Motiners endors it highly for
croup. It quickly cures all coughs am,d
colds and every throat and lung trouhle
It is a specific for grippe anid asthma
and has long been a well known retnedy
for whooping cough Gilder's Corner
James a,, tMaur a.eaup eo Meet.
There will be a meeting of the James
D Nance Camp held in t he court boise
on the first Monday in Aprii for the
purpose of electing delegates to the
South Carolina Co'nfedera. e Veterans
reunion to be held in Columhia, and
also to the United Con federtet Veterans
reunion to be held in Memphis, Tenn.,
in May. A large nieeting is desired as
there will be business of importane
transacted, and thbe mi mbi rs are re
quested to come prep.sred to pay their
STATE OF 0111o. CITY "F Tot.EDe ,
LaUCAS 1.'O. NTY*
FKA'KxJ. ' nENEY miakes onthi thst lhe Is the.
5oNIiOk partner of the fire, *f V. J. ('iExFaY &
Co., doing business Iin the c ity of Toledo1
Conn- and State afore'sald sennd that. aid
firm w 11 Dav the sum of ONE ILUNDRED
DOLiARS for each ad every tia e of' ,sr,
that cannot be cured by tke use of H Ar.t's
FiR 'NKC 3 OIH'nY.
Sworn to before zno and subscribed in m',
presenc, this uth d.y ofD eember A .D. .88
1Ha P.. (.atarrh Cure is taken internally an'd
acts direct,1y on the blood and muco -S sur
faces of the system. Send for teustimona tale
free. m. J CIIENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.,
Sold by drngIhts. 75u.
Hail's Fa t ly Pills are the best
Mooktntosh Cape I oats, Men's 98o.,
Boys' SQo., at Woon's, tf,
VARIOUs AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. A. F Golden is now with the firm
of Copeland Bros.
Mr Z. F. Wright went to C...arleston
on business Saturday.
Col. 0 L Schutupert left yesterday for
the Spartanburg court.
Miss Ethel Paysing r of the county is
visiting Mrs G M It. Epting
Capt. Geo Swygert of Selwood, was in
Newberry o.a business Monday.
The Glenidale Distilling Company, of
Atlanta. has an ad. in this paper.
Hon George S. Nlower went to Spart
anburg yesterday to attend court.
Miss Cuminings Cromer of the county
is visiting at. Mr Geo B. Cromer's
Col Thos W. Holloway, of Pomaria,
was in town for a fk % days last week.
Miss Drucie Cromer of the county is
visiting Mr. W. C. C-nmer and family.
Miss Lucy Fellers, of Prosperity, is
the guest of Miss Essie Fellers.
Mr. B. B flare, of Saluda, was with
friends at the college for a few days last
Miss Alma Smith of the county spent
Friday and Saturday at Mr. W. 11. Wal
Mr. F. B. McIntosh, of Columnhia.
visited his father Dr. Jas McIntosh, the
R. H Welch, Esq . went to G een
wood yesterday to attend the lecture by
Dr W. E. Blats, of Columbia, was in
the city Sunday visiting his father, Mr.
W. H Blats
Mrs. Wi. Farrow, of Jalapa, who has
been visiting Mrs. Ws V. Ewart returned
Mrs. Thos. V. Wicker went to Jenkins.
ville on Saturday to visit her daughter,
Mrs. J S. Swygert.
Col. George Johnstone returned Mon
day from Laurens where he had been on
Mr S. P. Crotwell who has been spend
ing some time in Charleston on business
returned home today.
Heritage, Coleman and Heagler's big
minstrels will be at the opera house, Sat
urday night, March 23.
The hour for evening services at the
Church of the Redeemer has been changed
from' 7.30 to 7 45-o'clock.
Miss Ida Coleman and Miss Minnie
Riley, of Saluda, spent Friday and Sat
urday with Mrs W. F. Ewart
Miss Annie Simmons, of Green wood,
who has been visiting Miss Thyra Schum
pert returned home yesterday.
N iss Julia Bates, of Batesburg, arrived
in the city Saturday and is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. W T. Tarrant.
Miss Gertrude Bobb, of Prosperity, at
tended the debate Friday evening and
spent' the night in town with friends.
Gentry Bros ' famous dog and pony
show will be in Newberry March 27.
Read their announcement in this paper.
The Newberry College baseball team
will play a match game with the Clinton
team at Clinton on Friday of this week
Mr. D C. Flynn returned Sunday from
the Northern markets, where he pur
chased a large and beautiful line of spring
There will be services at the Church of
the Redeemer every evening during Pas
sion week begiuining Palm Sunday,
Col. 0O L Schutupert attended the
funeral of Mrs McBee In Greenville on
Saturday and was one of the honorary
Mrs. Samuel Stradley, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W W
Hodges, returned to her home in Green
ville Friday., -
Mr T. C. Pool went to Greenville on
Friday to attend the funeral of .Mrs
Harriett Butler McBee, mother of Capt
V. E McBlee.
Mr. Reubep E. Unger, who has been
teaching the Eulala school near Ninety.
Six, visited friends at the college Friday
Mr and Mrs T. M Wells, who have been
visiting the family of Mr. 0. Wells, left
yesterday for Columbia, where they will
make their home.
Dr. and Mrs. J E. Boozer, of Columbia,
came up to Newberry Sunday and wilt
.pend sonic time with his parents Dr and
Mrs D. L Bloor.ei.
Mrs. Polly Cromer, of Pomaria, who
has been visiting her sons, Auditor W. C.
Cromer and President George B. Cromer,
returned home on Saturday.
The Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance
Association of Newberry County will
hold a meeting in the court house March
33 See ad. In another column.
Misses Della and Btessie Bowers, Lizzie
Dreher, Maggie Barre, Mr. B. L. Wheeler
and Rev W. H. Hiller, of Prosperity, at
tended the debate Friday night.
At a meeting of the County- Board of
Control held yesterday Mr P F. Baxter
was elected beer dispenser and will -'pen
up the dispensary about April r
Mrs. George Davenport, of Denny,
after an extended visit to relatives North,
stopped over on her return Saturday with
her brother-ln-law, Mr 3. D. Davenport
Miss Julia Hood, of Baltimore, who will.
have charge of the millinery department
at Mr. W. T. Tarraute this season arrived
in the city Sunday and is stopping at
Mrs. Mattle Glenn's.
The first game of baseball of the sea.
son was played on the Newberry diamond
Friday of last week between Newbe -ry
and Clinton and resulted in a score of 6
to to in favor of Newberry.
When you are 'billons, use those fa.
mous little pills known as D'-Witt's
Little iCarly Risere to cleanse the liver
and bowaA)S. 'They never gripe. Gil
der's Cerner Direg $1,ore,
Anmusewo%nts ut 41p
Dan Packard and his large and einp
be the attraethop at the theatre Tuesda
Pro Tem," on, of the brightest and it
cent years, "Prince Pro Tem" is from t]
"Jack and tho Branstalk" at d oth(r Fu
mirt,h, m'-lody sed song written for laui
The s ory of the opera Is a funnv one
funny citueat ions; a list of pretty girls ar&
ways and tuneful voices and rich costum
the audience's attention.
Mr. Packard, the popular manager-cor
the comedy role of 'Tommsny TompkinR,"
one could better fill the funny part of "T
A capable operatic orchestra, under ti
pleasing feature of the at,traction make-u
This comb)inaltion of a new opera by su
company, as popular and decervinar a ata
house. Prices 25c . 50 -.. 75c., and $1 00
Fo ty fit irt,t'aa oIf ai V IJ *Pp.tar
The Greenville News of the 14 h ins-.
3ontained 'he following:
('aptain Hlughes, conduct r of th.
~Sout.hern railroad, on tAe (Columblia
and G-eenville division, celebrated hic
rort y-fifth l.irthday yesterd sy.
' Cap" has been wit h the S"ut hern road
aines i e was tw nty five yeats old.
maving tiegun wor k as a lI iiumo 0n5o
Mlarch 4 1581. iH.e worked a8 a flag
man only six months when he wa
placed in charge of a trains as cond uct or.
Fie has been conductor now for about
olneteeni years and a balf.
Near1y everyone wio has traveled
ver tbe C. & G. read kn~ows Captain
Hughes 11.- is cmnsidered one of the
est condue',ors on the road, alwan
3olite anid a. cornmrodating, hu' neve e
hbeiess a strict disc'ipinar ian. Il
pen a wo or three nigh)is every w"' k
n Gieevllie and hats many fral ids
The stomach controls the t,uation
['hose who are hear.v and str n at
hose who can eat and digest plen y
ood. Kodol Dispepsia cure dsgt s's
what you eat an.d allows you to ea' all
Mhe good fkod ,u want.. If mu saffer
Drom indigestion, heartburn, belching
)r any o' her atom ich troue, this prep
iration can'i htlp but do - ou goodi. -l'he
net sensItuive stoma c a can taike it.
3ilder'o Cornier D)rug S ore.
5U.rsaer eor Cheat '
The spring anno cm--nt of 0. Mi.
homieson is in k, eping wits the
,ell deined policy - g he popular
corner st,ore," 1he best, none too good
or Newberrians C o hes for the t oueg
ind old it prices hat apipeal to all.
While this house always studies econo
iy for its patrons it is never at the
xpethe of materials or finish, and gar
ment cat be bought at the Corne r
t, re" which are the ver beast produc
ions of tbee' desigis atd makers Iof
Sn aesd boys clothing and at prices
that are as low as alsy in the State and
lower than many Th citIzens of New
besrry city assd coutnty are fortunate in
baving right at bomne a house where
they can purchase up-to-date clothing
t prices within tie reach of all. the
Li ne of men's and ladies shoes is s'om
p'eto, and the same is true of men's
rurs'lahing goods. Tb" whole story of
rices will b told is a attratinP ma
at ri n ' Corner $ ore Ussa" F's lany. 1,
will pay to read it.
Counterfeit of De Wit t's Witch Haze*l
Salve are liable to cause tIs-.od po1s n
ing. Leave t,bem " lone The origin,al
bas the name DveW'l's upon the box
and *rapper. It.is a harmies and hseal
lng salve for sie de-e -i--s U -s quat
ted for piles. GIlders ('orner Drug
To thes Write-r.
All 30on various and all about corr. -
spitnd'nta. since question4 are hseis g
aisked and answered, please tell us why
it. is that adog turns around thsree time
b 'fore lying down, and what Is it, un
less it is the winad, that makes Match
bares mad. PERUSER
eommencing~ this week Mr Ii s
Rlghtmre, of the New berry Laundry
C e , will call on all the laundry custom
ers and r.elve their laussdry. Thi-a
will be done for' the insterest of s he new
compatty t hat it, may have its customers
when the plant, is started which will
only he a short t.ime. The en's eern
will aspr cete any favor shown b-y
giving Mr Righirmire the laundrs
Paekstes left at the old era an. of he
U p to-d.1t Lann-tev an M. 8 -- et
will receive prompt, attei,isl, IL.
Pro 4tenuet 'IsnOglt.
.tent opera company and :orchestra will
evelling March 19th, snging, Olrince
)st original comic opera successes of re
be ptn of X. A. Bairnet, autbor of "1492,;
CCeIecs It is I deliglhtful blending of
!hiJ g purl'oses Only.
, sparkling wit h witty lines and v( ry
in the company and Their b-wit.ching
es are sure @to attract a large share of
imedian, will be secn to advantage in
his every move causes a laugh, and no
r1mmy" thait jolly Dan.
le leadership of Louis Perle, is a mst
ch a well known comp--ser, such a great
comedian, should suflco to pack the
FORTY a41.01PNIP A NNIVR,ARV.
f the Uterary 4il11-4%110* of Newbierry Col.
h-go-lit, bnr reaminig 1rmgram
well Rvoid red.
Ort Friday evening as has b-en the
ma.tom f. r inny vears the Literary
-ioclet.les of Newberry College celebra
,-1 d their -12nd anniversary, by a joint
d-ba'e and un exhibition of oratory.
The interest that is always mattifested
ini t.he ptiblic entert,inments of New
herriy Collego was not, wanting on this
4lec aion asid thte opera house was
crowded wit h visitors anid friends of the
tollege, many of lie formirsludents bc
miz preseti, who weire there to encou
ravio and inspire thesc young speakers.
l'e exercises were opom d with prayer
b3y R.-v. 8 C. B 0ieitine.
Mr. W J Swttenburg of 1he Phre
nitkiosian l soiety pr'esiaded over the
meitet imes. and irt ridce ilL.l he speakers In
it th-sini ndlL trace'ful man.n"r.
i-h ora'tors Io f the ' ecasion were:
*l sse,~ W I in'(l 1ra of the Phrena
k'mb is ase i.:t3s ad J. B D-rrTick of
th I'xelaioru societ.y Theisr aipeeches
showv. d careful study "ad deep t houaght
ansd Ltese. o ung m. lliPr vedl I hems-lv es
to be o aiors in ver'y tria'.
Mesrs, J B Se' zl"r and E. IC. Heu
drix.of the Iixce.si >r' socie'ty a llimative
ansd H C- Lorick and J 10 Shealy of
the Ps.renaakosmian society negative
ciehntetd hi' queistion. Res.olved, 1h at the
B3ritis'. S sta-a A fii -n policy was justi
Iiate, and the aitu imenst b-o' for- asnd
agauinsi, woulId haLve (don5 credlit to older
and wicirS heiads T1he audl(ience terame'
v, try smuch i-ethuied and excitement
ran high while thi' judo.--\1r. W H.
WalaIie, lion. Geissge' .Toh nst-.'no aid
MI i. Curl isle, 10-q --wer'e msaking t,heir'
decisi< n aind while i wtll d one,"' could
be said for both side s 1-he negative was
vi ctor'io uS
An interest,ing feature of the evenings
en'ertainment. wias the e-say by Miss
Annie R s of the Philomnathian socd
et-y, which was organized is 1897 wvhen
cis-education was introduced int,o New
ber-ryeolleg.',and shbis was abhe first tlimo
that ai young lady had ever taken p irt
In any of the public c xercises of t,t e
collegi'. This easay wast well writ'en,
ansd was delivered with grace and ease,
and the audience by their applau-e
showed their apulreciaiion of it, and
al-o otf i.,bu fat t ah-tr tbo d -orS of Nese
h"rr3 C,slb-a.e h 've b -n thr swg openl
tot young' taddh, man.1 of ii horn are tiak
ing advanatage of shbis opportunity to
secur'e a higher education, thus en
abling themselvles to hotter cope wit,h
mnen iu th.' ' aiks of life.
TPhi mausic was -fturni-lh -d by B3iard
en'q orche's ra of Augutes,, and adoed
v. r s much t,o t he eniji. ment of t he eve
ni g. Evers' feat ure of the inter'i stis g
pro4sran w -s well rendered, and re
fts ecad great, c ed it on the faculty, 14tu
dients ansd societi's which were repro
The exercises were clos. d with a ben.
edicion bey [Rev. S. U. B .ilentine, of
It l)-tzz tn te Worldt.
No -llscov.-rs in med icise has ever
createdl 'ne q sirt.-r oaf the exoil' m--nt
that hacs hseii c-esus. d by ()r'. Ig's
New iJisco er's for Constumption l.'s
ss'v.-rest ti's a t ave tieen on hopetlius
victliss of a sissum i-tbon, Ptneumonila,
Heimorriage, P'liurisy' and Br-onctitis,
thouis, nds of' w hom it has restored to
pserfe'ct health. [Por Coughs, C'olds,
As'hn, rioup. na - Piever, Hoci rseness
a-n-i W'h i- C- na.-h It ic the qu'ick
br~ ai droi e s -Is .a i -ji n rnt's c at,isfiac
"o 'n o "--'ns 'I mt - ev. 1a rze bottles
, 50. anui 41&.0. a einiL.tas free.
Will tii I Ii n Cho-eer, A pril 191h. btr
Thiss. ic. Wicker will R. prebst Newber.
10he excuvilo committee of the
Oratorical A -o.-dair of S 'uth Caro
lina hit-ld 11 i,-ItinlgK at Furman Un
iverl-ity Priday oight.
A monerO i the-. inmers of tho commit
tee Pr*1SIlnt wer: L. V Brown
of t.hv S-umi ('ro'ina Presbyterin
coll.-Ir at. Clinton. chairman111; J It
Gih-on -r W ITord efolliee; .1 ' Press
ley of E-,kie ; Jas S. It nwick of New.
hll" r' e volioge; .1, A Irak field of Pur.
M,e; 1E. M latthews of (1lenlson: A
\1 Sih 11, It memb1her froml the college
w$s untble loatilend.
PI' ill ers of he as-ociltioll illrv:
Q It N wman - f (vlemsoi, president;
I. w. i3ritwi of (nlinton (oile, Vice
lletsid11e1; It. It Far of 1-iskin, re.
vord Ing secret are ; George 1' Clause n
-f Newherrv e 'Ilege. corresp-nding
kerMet--Yi W W. Colemiall of Furman.
treua-rer; W (! It ger of We ITord
Aecri-tary of w. a'vd marks.
At the moetiig of t,e committee it
was decilo I to hold the next State
"Olte-t. Ii Chester, t he apsocialion hav
ing received inl levtinlln fr. in 1i .
citiz.ms of 'har plt". The' date for
'Ihe voiv, St. im It"fa, A pil' 19 h
Trpeasrer' v. W I 'olvimal a J.til .
Brakli. eld of Fiaiin ii were appolited
0 stei Ie ili $25 medal to 1) presented
1,o the winner (if th fir*t, prize. E N.
lit t,he ws of h lomsonl wis ippoilted a
ell li t. I. t of -1e to seeu'e Im ic fo
,Ih e cail,ionl. J. 11 ibOn f WqIIford(
W'1l have' 0bar&e of 1 he pre s. feat,re of
Thie Judet8 wero also decided upon
but their naivis were no given out flir,
publication. Nearly every colloege in
I hi Hlute is represented In the associa
1 Ion and eaeh 1n8t.ilu111ion will be repres
ented at. t.he' Stitte contest In April --
Greenville Nems Ma eh 17
Some'leie ago two m1e1kbers were
ch'sen b% each moelet-y to cont-st for
the honor of represestitig Newberrs
('ollege at, lie meet,ing of the Swiate
Ormtorical AlsocIat.ioi. On Siturday
morning last Ihese young mien delivered
Ilhle spieeclies bfefore a committee of
Ihree wh e v-re lion George S. Mow
eR, R- C II A ems'rong ani It H1.
We h Itq M I. Thlom. 1E. Wicker was
Slie . s1eIu eontlaslant, and will le
pres.ceet. Newleei y I'olege at, tbe state
Or-oi'rcal A-soctioiii-n to be icld in
(hester oi April 19tih. Wu congratu
ma.e \1 I. V ekur and hope he will sue
cet'd i) wiining the holiors both for
himself and Nuwb. rvy Uollege.
Prof. Ivisoi, of I,,naconing, Amd
utiffered terribly form lieuraligim of the
st.otaich ani) Ind ige3 loti for thirteenl
yemr.8 and iftri the doctors failed io
ctro )1i, the I fed hilm) on morpl)hine A
friend adviE the use of Kodol Dv
1)1'1)Sil Cure1 acnd aft.Mr t,-kinu a few bme.
tles of It he sais, "it, has cured me en
.Irely It car'l say t').o much f.er Kodol
Dvspr-f-aCure "i digests what you
cat G,Ilder's Corner I)rug Store.
The Wonder Worker!
For oats, whe'at, corn, cotton and
Vogitables. This F'ortilzer has been
used for yoars and will inicrease yeild
from Fifty to One Hndred per cent.
Apply to Summer Biros., Agents
for Newberry CJounaty.
The Home Fortz. Obhem work's
One Smiah & B trnels Upright Piano,
SL),le A In fle'-i. c'ass cod dition.
Colmi L HLEAsiE,
t&f 2r. Astorney.
.he'r fr liuiford Huag a li.d Negro.
Last Friday Sher-itf M. M. Baford
se rvedr a hench watrran, on) A-cIh WVads
worth who was wanrt.ed iln Ucijon for
househre'aking aced larce-ny The Sherai ff
foundc( Wadsworth on the TIurnlpseed
place, aboeul twelve mIles from here,
accd will take him to Unilon tomorrow.
Wacdswort,h is a noted characeter, hav
ing beenl tic sever'al d(tllcultics aid
secrv. d a numbeh)r sf years an the peni
tontle ry focr shoot i-g anotber negro.
At the iime of ihis ar'rest, he hatd, on his
person1, t,hree pIistols, but the vigilant
-(terifT heed the dr'op on himi before he
could make use of t,bem.
' Ink.s a 1tich F'ind.
"1 wasi trl'Ule d for several yeairs with
ch'ronte i digesttoc arid nc-rvo)us debuli
tv," wr'ites lV J. Gr'een, of Lancaster,
N i , "No r' tmedy helped me unrl II
Ue'gan uinIg I'slectric Hui'lers, whIch
dirt mI morel good than aill the me di
einfes~ I ever used. They have alsoi kept
my wc e In excellcnt, hea lh for years,
shie sa' ti I'leec irt Iit,ers are just
sielendaId flor ferm e Ironbtlec-; that, they
are a and rit 'n c and I r. vbtorarl 0 fill
wveak,, r'ln dolwn wV- men' NI) other medh
Ic inoa enno take it ls iplace In our' family."'
Trry thorm. 0 1.x 50J.84tsfacl,on guar
anite'ed by ati dr(i i,giit,l.
Oe 1ite,ef vaccinatin,
That Is ai fcmnny pIcture a young lady
prese'ed A'- veral nights ago, the result
of a v ry e.uccesisfulh oper'ai ien of vaccl
nall.eln. She awoke t," fInd herself cn
the floor all tanegled up in the cove ring,
having julmped ot, of bed in a dream
that, four doctors were trying to yacci.
nate h- r'--one stsindinog at each core er
of the beId F ur vaccino points ready
to pierce' ih-t ar.ec was a little too much.
Sne VIews thaI she will never again be
vaiccinated Others have vowred the
Mrse C. IC. Vanieusen, of Kllhourn,
WIs , was s filIcted wit,h stom.ach troluble
ernd coansttpat,hon fcor a long time. She
sa s: "I havce t.riedl many preparations
but none ha'e done me t,he goodI that
('hnmherlb'aini's Stomach and liver Tab
let"- have "' Thcee uablels are for sale
at. W. E. P'elhamM~ dr.us atre
Mr. J. It. Usyne,
President of the Stato Voluntee1
Fireman's Atsociat.-n of Sout hCarolIon
mot the Excelsior Fire Co. lastt nighi
and told them of his planis for enlarging
the Association and inaking it a powet
in the State. iHe ?ild that the Assoel.
ation in Grieenville list, year offered a
$75 trumpet to that, team in the Assovi
ation makinr the best timie and $200 In
m11on1ey to ihe teal) 11111king the bst
time, % hiether in the Ass-oiaioi ir not.
We still have tho trompet, which is to
be coinpeted for every year. What the
committee in Newberry proposes to
put, up I all) not able to saty, but we want,
to get a cash prize along with the trum
put prize. Theii your imayor hati sug
gested to me that wo offer prlzms for a
hose aid horse wail;.Pla contest, and wh n
the comimittee was asked ahout it, they
were very much lonsed with the sug
gestion. If this is done we will get, more
members an(1 have a bigger crowd. I
think t.hat, the best thiig is the flre
tRIUM) of South CROlinah can d0 1s 10 joIn
this association, because we want to get
memb-111fers, we want to be strong. The
State of No& th Carolina gives t the-ir
Association $10 (100 a year; Sout h Cart
linat gives nothilig. The volunteer firi -
mni jeopardize their health and their
lives to ,ave other nent; pi,opeit.y and
have a9ked nothing but the good will o
the people. And now we waint iore
iembers, and when we jgrct more muemn
bers we we will have i1uece, if it, is
exerted in the right way. and we will
ask our lawmakers to do siOething for
the Sate Firein's A-s0ciatin. 1311
We CInOt, o allythinir unless we get
t gether. Atid %ou want to get tile
best men you can ito your company. Ast
the city of Nowborry to give you $15 it
month to hielli you along and to hielp fix
up your hiall. Greenville gives $10 a
mon0th. Suo Ose all 111ese comanb-)llli
should disbu nd. The city would have
to pay mnen to sit, here in this house and
w it for the fire alarm and you can 1ot
get. a good fireman for I# ts than $30 a
moi,th A-k for these things you ough,
to have, $I0 it month Ask for much
and they should give it to you. A-k
fear it. You need it.
19toWn1 to Atoms.
The old idea I hat the body some-t. ime
ne' d a powerfui, dr"st,ie, pturgat iv
11111 MIS bCeen (Xl) 0e1(xd; fOr Dr. l(mgt
New Life illIs, which are perI. evl
-IMe111-s, genItly 8tunuIa'C li 1er 1un
''owels to expel poison1us 111a tel
(leanse Iihe systeUm anId absolutely V re
Ionslipatioli a,d Sick Headaliche 0 .I
22c. at all druggists.
For that tired feeli:1g, dizziness, nle,
t.ry Palmetto Liver Medicl1w. Pric
10o. For sale by Dr. Vai Suith's Drogug
Look out for Purcell
& Scott's Prices. No
matter what price you
are quoted you will
always find us lower.
(conlnliltteem Appolittd hust nlight for The
At mfeetinlg of city council, Bo)ard (of
Firemlasters anld represent01at, ves fr'om
1.he0 Excelsior Fir'e company held at the
council Chambers last night the follow
inIg commllittees wcere apinIted to look
after the inlterest of the Sout,h Carolis a
Volunteer Firemeons 1001' ame.(nt .vhieb
Is to meet here on June 5 and 0.
COMM ITTEE ON TRA NSPOIRTA TION.
Chief C J. Purcell, Al,lermian J. J.
Langford, Fireman HI R WXells.
COMMITTEE ON HOTEl, RATE..
;.Ausistant Chief A TI Birown, Alde
mall E C. Jones, President J. WV.
Chief C. J. Purcell, Aldeman Ed
Scholtz, President J W. Earhardt.
1FIN ANCE. COMM ITTPRE.
A'deman F. C Jon's, Assistant Chief
D). L. Copeland, Assistant Chief A. T1.
C. L~ Blease, 11. HI. Evans.
It (Girdien tie Giohe0
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
as the best in the world, ex'ends rouno
t he eart h It,'s t he one perfect heal,-r
of Cuts, Corns, B.irns, hB ulses, Sor'es.
Sealds, ilollIs, U leers. Felons, Aeh,-s,
P'ains and( all Skin Erupltions. On 3
infatitble Pile eure. 2.5c a box at, all
A PI.ace for 1 a.j -ymne.
A Park for the recreation of the cit I
zens d uriaag the summer months is very
grea.ly needed. A suita'-le place could
no doubt be secured some where ne-ar
t,he cit,y limlits and( wit h an ex peditore
of some time and a very lit,le monty
could be made an ideal leasuHire resort.
The idea hus presented Itself to tihe
writer quit e a number of time's since he
coming a resident, of Newhemrry. New
berry is located in 0one of natures favored
sp)ots and is ati ideal summlier town. If
a nice park was located in or near tbe
city so tbat It could be easy of access
excursLin parties could be induced to
come to t,he towand b(1iy so doing muany
hundred dollars could be brought to
Newberry that, would go elsewhere. All
st.ratigors th at comec to a to wn hel p boom
Aln Hfonest MedIcne for La (Jrlppe.
George W. Waitt, of Sout h Gardiner,
Me , says: "I have had the wors', coughb
cold, eh tils and grIp and hlave taketn
lots of trash of ni account but, profit, to
the vendor. Chamb,erlain's Cough
Remedy is the only thing that has done
any go'od whatever. I have used one
bottle of it and the chills, cold and grir
have all left me. I congratulate the
manufacturers of an honest medicine.'
For sale by W. E. Pelham.
Palmett 1 Liver Medicine cures indi
gestion. Price 100 For sale by
a 1y n, Van mits D.... Stmv.
And with it comes the
Nevi S1n1 ii[ Gcoas
This thought has
been with LIS many
Diring the long win
ter days we were not
idle, but constantly on
the alert, watching for
new, as well as cheap
Dry Goods, constantly
adding to our stock,
here and there, some
article of stecial value,
or perchance some
thing just out, until to
day. we have perhaps
the best all round stock
that we have ever
the three vital points
of a good stock:
Value! Style! Variety!
A.- I. lvs, wo givirnatoo prices
as 1w i 11 any holiin cnl give oi
matno <uaahty of morchandhiso.
Ali to mtylo, wo are the londers.
Am to vari,ty, we will como nearer
forniihing overy1 hing in Dry Gcodr,
Hilbmory andi Sh.>wti thanmaany houise
inl t bi H.-etiori , I>Itll cli arl lino.
Our Millinery Department
im np to its usua liigh titandard.
Our trimmer from Now York is a
gou in the right plice.
Our Shoe Store,
ho only vxclusivo Shoo Storo in
\1mwh rry, colinH1 Shliis for till:
\len1's .4ho14, ILAldifll' Sho009, BOy8'
Shov', (Jirl' Sh 'tH, Shovs for the
Baby,v Sun<bay ShovH, Working Shoce.
Wholn yolu atro Shopping ploliHo in..
..-0 wi, st11k. Wo olfer you a
H1'ro(g c ("M)IIill l, gocoI service,
1nono0 t d-..1aing, l.,w prievs anld at 1ine
ito ek to Hle t, fro m .
Next wvek we will toll you about
som11e of our 8pwec ialtiel.
6&&S MoW8r Coe
A Dandy Line of
The prettiest you ever
A New Assortment of
At Olbola Hoi180 Tnil Siy Night, March 19,
35 - -Alltar Arlists -- 35
WA ii.l' reln tha, famious
"Prmnce Pro Thni."
S 'ats will ge finst tis morning; now on
-al14 at ScholLtz' Jewelry Sito.
G.illery ....................... 2 5 cte.
R ese rveu d ieatN.............75 an 1( $1 .0()
Noti0o of filil1 80tt10I0l1t and DiSthrge.
N (ll I IS lI'ThiY GIVEN
thait wei a ill m,i ke ~ final set,ic
mentI . oni t,hi es8tam1( of 1PollIy H1am, de
ceased1(, ill t.h I'oat Co11( iurt for New.
birry County, S ( '.. oil Mondayll the 1st
day oif A pIril A 1) 110iIau 1I "'olock in
the forenooni, andit wilIl immed iati.iy
t,lhereaft,er a1p'y for li,teirs dli8isOry
as execuLors of t he said est,ato.
J1 A. 11AM,
NOAI H11A M,
March 196, 1901. xeur,
ST A'' T 1 SOC l 'IO~I 1~iiLlA,
COUNT1Y 01" N lCWL'RRY.
IA L L A N) DsING ULAURTIIN1 _RD
~iorsi of Willemi lan1fgford, de
ce3as.'d, hare herebty reqire~d to * onder
in and es'abhsiih their claims airsainst
taaid dloeeaLed beforo e at 11 my ofico in
the Town or Newberry, on or hofore
the flitoennh day of March, 1901, and
all the clreditors of sadd dcinsetd are
hereby enjomeod fr"m prosecut,ing their
11II 11 lKAR.D, Mabter.
Master's Oie,. Ieb. 8,1innt