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RC. H. AuLi,Y .aitront
Twenty thousand shoolp are re
ported lost in ono county of Moitana
in an October blizzard ad tweinty
borders are frozen to (ath. Itici
dents of this kind ire reported ever)
winter. Yet ;i tho mon it:ais o
North and South Carolin thro ire
tons of thousands of acres of waste
land, well watered, wliieh may bal
bought for from 50 cents to $8 an
acre and o) which she1) would i brivo
This mountain land once well set. in
a thrifty grass would yield spl-ndid
retirns in shoop-botter than go d
mines or even cotton mills Thero
are no killing blizzards or witherit-g
droughts or spells of burning het.
This is an idmal shoop couatry and
while the mountain lands tire cheal)
is the timo for puirchsors to imoake
fortunes by buying ti , using thbom
The experimonts the socrottary of
F%griculturo is conducting wt h graes
at Bolton should be of voist nuo in
this connection. The land itn the
mountains, especially inl the coves,
brings fito yields of tintivo grFRt
which are never entirely kilb.d in
winter, but the Bvlton experimintol
are likely to show which grasses will
do best in our soil and elimiato,-Ex
Wo think the extrict ithove wa%
taken from the reenville N- w- of
possibly a year or more ago, hut it is
good yet, and is not hurt by ago.
Wo believe that shep rasin;itg cou'd
be mado profitable in onr mountaii
section, and that evon here in New.
berry the industry might and could
be made to pay. Our peoplo shoild
get out of tho notion, for it. is only a
notion, that thero ms no money in
anything except cotton. A good
cattle and shoop farm could be con
ducted on many hillsides andl(] along
the canobrakes of our rivers and
made more profitable thal many of
our cotton farms. Why not try it Y
We know it, would payN in the tmitnn
tain section of the Stoat. Diversi
fied industrios are the I hings we need.
Not all cotton, nor till corn or whiat
or oats, and neilter do we want all
stock and cattle farms.
Columbia, March 21.- Col Avo,riell,
who was here yesterday, told iet that
everything at the Charl.ston Expo
sition is moving on tticely, and thlt
the buildings would till he C"ompleted
by the time the exposition is sclled
uled to open. I was talkinig to a
gentleman from Cliirb ston 0s1m.
time ago and ho said ho believed it
was a blessing inl disguiso that. Coll
gress had failed to ake the tppro
priation because it hiuad a u k. ned
new interest in Chsarle-tan anud
throughout the State inl the success
of the enterprise, and1( the mloney fro m
Congress, if it had hooni giveun, con11tal
only have been us'ed for thae goaver -
ment building an(d the government
I seo thoe Abbevitle Press an.1 Ban
nor says the expoitiona will be a good
p)lace to shtow ho0w poor wi sire', tand
whlat little wve have, tad h. w far wa
are behind tile rest of the wvorld.
That may be one way to louok at it,
but I am glad to bolieve that the e
are very few pe'oplo itn the Stute i o
see as does our friend at Abibeville.
I am sorry to learn of I he dea,th of
Hion. WV. II. Thomams of Chairleston
He was in the prime of yotng mat.
The building boom COtnitine' in
Columbia. In The Stai'e for the pa t
several days has been ai long list oif
new residlences in process of const rue
tion, and it is not merelv leawpaper
talk or prosp)ectivo builings, bait t he
houses are actually going up. There
is an air of business prosperity all
about the city.
My young friend, Mr~ J C. Wiison,
Jr., is with G.irardsa & WI .rshall, the
clothiers, and seems to he doing wveIl
and well pleased. I hope he will
find happiness and( prosperity ini Co
lumbia. E. H. A.
The Famoiuisaetry show.
Prof. Gentry's Famous D) .g and Pony
Show, enlarged to exactly t wice. its for
mer size, will xhlblt under canvas In
the Please lot, March, 27. Proef. Gain
try's show is the most entertalng ext
bition that exhIbits under' canvas and
the recent add ition of nearly a hundred
new acts and animals m'akes it moure en
joyable than ever. The t,iny baby ele
phants and the novel acts bv the ma.
keys, together wit,h a'I of the old favor.
ites, maike the perforancae vastly sup.
erlor to anyt,hing e' 0 ' seen in I,his citiy.
Valuabla Stock Farmn foe Sal.
Seven hundred acres for sale, well
watered, clover grows finely Near
Newberry, 8. 0. A ddress Hersald as.d
Afama. Newhberyv. C(1
The rrayerof 'the Nation.
0, Thou, Almighty Dollar, Thou art
the supreme ruler of this world; and
ts such we bow to l'hee this day
't Thee do we pay the homage due
Thee for all that Thou hast done for ut
in the past. for what, Thou art doing for
Its now, and for wh it we believe Tbot
will do 'or u4 in ' he fu uro The bless
li'g0 Tnou has' broueht, us in the pat
ar itinum.- ah e, and the f Yore Thot
it st, ol ained for us are past. beitg told
for the multitude thereof Without
V' ca we ca.! do ioothing that, we ma.v
11ndertake, but if ri-ou art with us all
of our undertakings are mads- possible.
rht vilest liberti-le whoses (eeds of
vico are as black as hell itself, may,
with Thee In abundance, he society's
ticroand pet, while Truth and Virtue,
clothed i rags. iad minus Thy decima
poits, will be kickt-d , ut, and treated
,orse than a dog; Vices in the poor
Ar-.- inloler>nble, hur,in them who possess
lhee il abutidance they are virtues
i'hou buildest, stono prison houses for
t,e poor who, hevaue of bunger and
wan', illicitly taketh it loaf of tIread 4ir
:;iece of i-acon, a-id confinest thei to
har.I labor for a ittne period of years,
m.i calest I t Im thieVes, anld r.-b
,jers, while for tho riHel who do t,hese
i,iings l'hou buildest, fine pa'aces, and
compouniest palatable p otions, and
calleth themn kleptomanlacs. Thou
goest with the red-halided crin-inal and
ttandest, wit b him neforo an mpas tial?
jidge an impart Ia ? j-iry, and lie goeth
sco free, w il for ilht poor of obe same
class thou art b:,ldiig scaffolds and
growing hemp, Thou goest into pei'en
liarles and jails, and makest it, known
9-a' Thou art in the p ssessi-n of the
vilest crinilta' therein, and immediate
ty ithe heretofore ptor,frien,tless wretch
will have all th Imadiig preac-iers and
politiolans clamoring for his pardon
w hich is a .once gran Ied in deference to
They power and influence.
0, Almighty Vollar, Though art
superlative; They power is incompre
hen-lble. When Th.-u btandest, by a
tuan s-caey will dine him and banquet
1m111, and iet, him and fotidle him, and
vail him trietd, but when l'hou forsak
st him -t of lis friends v.unish lika a
itoi ni.g v per ; -tnd the dinners and
"a'1n u114 and eletAiig- and fiondlings,
Ah where arte the.? Wn-n I'hy wards
or- sick, doctor4 and druggist and
nurs.s vie with each otner lu giving
ret lef and q det and h. alth, hut to the
p or who buffor, these all say "(0 to
the dogs". Tby people teal banke,
railroads, vottin miles and other great
busiine-ses and Thou a illest that they
11 respocted, and it, Is s.; for i man
d-r. h1 to to ofpt(n[ his mouth In an way
b t to oraise thoso who serve Thee.
'to.1 go.-t i to politics, and woe unto
1''1i whio op,pofe h 'hee, for verily he
t etOh eft in spit,e of all his friewis
mig ht do for him. thou canst, and dothI
pass laws to hentf1 t.hie and only those
who S , v l'he; and 10 law can be
(d witio u - hey s-onsetit. Thou
goes' into the c -urts and Interprete'h
law I'hine 1wis a% . and lo, Thine in
terir. t -tion islandet,h wit' out regard to
whtat, ut.her'a m83 say or htink, or are
aff cted tbereb). T'hou go at into .hi
P sipia. and pointest out Phy servaits
whom TIhou woulde-st, cave pleased, .nd
we unto that prev her who hem'dern
lhe tno', for ve:i i e imatl at. Onico
I) out, of a job, O) Almigh y Dollar, in
alli the history of the world, i'h u hast.
h.e n tbe most poiweraful of gode. For
t'hee me.n nave iplunder--d men, aand
nia' in have pull, d dlown nat.Ions and no
tother und has dar. d to ask ''What
dia Tiu'u 0 i mi'gn. Diillar, men
its- b -tier Li)rt .i'tr own) soni
nid will servte l'hees wi' htu. regird to
tconte qu'-nces t hereto For I hee tuen
havn been despteraaely mean to one
enothet ; f-t.her,. have muadered oh Il
dren, husbuandls have stain wives, antd
childr'en have d.ed :heir handse red in
th lood of par uts. For T1he Judas
~o a his Loro, and t nanlas atid his wIfe
i d unto dn a'h, IA.r t'hy sake a ( haqis
tat ? n'tion for ii.. Opilum Up-. unwil
ii -g t'hina, and widky and rum on
A trica and Inadia. For Thee Christ,ain?
E'ghand is to u'ay butchering the
hits, and Christan ? America is mur
derin~g the Piuiippinoes, Almight3
D.ll;, t'hau an a j-a u- god, for
A Ia n men *. r ieu tuie3 hiav'e n,' time
0 vm ry otnter godis but. must, serve day
and tn~ih' or else Thou wilt forsake
themu 0 . C- tun r) is at Thy tisercy,
forn i dareg h to :tft his voIce
aat.'' T-;'ver, j ngme or g-id(en
ring, I' : -e ce gumtisein for Theec
wu i ed , .. d it. stocks and b nds,
an t i.hs A a o > be on he v. rg of
no -u 'm. uareth 0 a.n titui, 'or
h - i T . -vant,. antd P'aou ar. his.
0.a go u 'p i.d our 'amp go ot;
hr. tad ant unt'at are- o wn red a nd
iitionger giawetils I hie p-a,r, ''it I a ou
at,t it itmbem. tiovt~eeas to those a hi 0
these th ings, and seeu-.. tof .,' all
must, k.me p ent and irt ? hee go ly
wany. When Thuou opipo-etha a mea,ure,
be It political or' religiouit, it goeth
down, and when Tnou upholdejst tne
veril) it standeth, Thou didat oppose
Prohtibit lon in t,he last S'ate campaign,
and lo, it came to naught, F'oul-m- unbhed
poiticans did slander the fatbera of
this movtmen,t and none dared to
gains .y the, slanderers for they wore
Th3 servant,a and Tttou wert h fra
l'naou I., auadled a gleat pdltial
cancer upon - he S.ate a polit ical donkey
upon whose backa many men have rid
den into good P*in3izg uiicee-which
d--moralie mm n, endang srs the safety
of our women, makes, drunkards of our
boys and murders of' *ur citlses, fill
0o ' jott atnd penutentiaries with crimi
nale, makes t,he poor poorer, the pub
lic bigh.way unsafe and demoralizes
society In general; and because Tontu
a'-t in this S'ate-barroom busiineits, and
because l'hy, servants are the fa-hers
theroof. all cretdsa mi rcl'l... ke.
silent, and m: ko obeisance to Thy ser
vants, atid will advocate no measurc
that will in au. intet fere therewitb.
o Almighty Dollar, we pray Thee to
over remain with ut-; for without Thee
we can do nothing. When we are hungry
it is to Thee we loolc for bread. Wnen
wo are thirsty, to Thee we look for
drink. When we are naked, it is Thou
ailoae that will clothe us it sickniess,
Thou alone cao, nurse us anal administer
to our wan-a; tand in death Thou must
dip our graves, furnish our cofilns, and
see- th- t we got a first clates funeral.
o Almighty Dollars, we worship
Thee above al! other gods come, Thou
and dwell with us that we may have no
cares upon our minds; that we tmay he
uay and light-hearted all the while;
that, we may he tle best dressed, best
fed, and mnost popular people up)' thio
lorrestrial tal. Oh come Thou and
pturchuse immunit I, s for us from all our
immoralities and vicus, for Thou haset
done this for ages past anid Thou can8t
do it for us Sit Thou upon the toulogues
of our judges and jurors and give judge
menti atnd virdica in favor of I'hy ser
uants. Let Thy love abide in the
hearts (of our preachers that they, wi, h
honied words and sugared phrases, may
hide from us the terrors of uileeded
and oft, broken laws of the Divine
creattir, asid aid th. i to cover up from
our vision the sulphurie flame of the
infuriio, which is said to be reserved
for all those wh a keep not the D vine
law. Oh put Th. decimal points far to
the right of the numerals to the left.
that we may ever haave Thee in abutnd
ance, and tiever fear poverty and want,
and we will ever love atnd serve Tuee to
the b'est tf our ability, Atnen.
W M. PINSON.
Kxc. asor Item.
Some few of our people are tek with
We had a full attendance at th ser
vice last utnda. aft--rtomn.
Mrs J .e Lovi-ince Is visiting her
slaughler, irs iEios C-unts.
Glad to hear from our friend Push
again from his old qua.',ers and wish
him and his kind family success at
We had a 1lco rain on Sunday after
a few weeks of dry weather. The raln
was eralaily helpful to the gtain
G ain in this section looks vory prom s
Mrs. Setzler, (of near Peak, has re
cently boon 'n a visit to Mr. B L MI
lors famiiy here
Prof. J 8 Wheeler and lit tle son, tof
Utopia section, came down on -at,ursla..
Prof Wheeler informed us that hi
sohool at Utpia was full and mov i
Our teacher. Praf. U M. Henry ape
last SAturday and Sunday at his ham,
in Garm any community.
Prof I C Counts and wife spent
Sinda3 with his fathers family her .
Oar fUrmors have been tu-y plowin.
during he dry weat her and will soon
* aly to comiabctue plaitinv corn.
I visited in Ba -1 man Chapel
sect.Ion a few das s ago Tiat farm
inI that communi y at e ahaead of tita,
with work owing to the prett,y weal hae -.
Trhe small grain was lootking nica-l. .
Glad 'o set- N.-wberr-y has Invit,ed t.'m
S aLre Volunte' r Firemeta's A-a-oa-a"
to hold their annual tournament a
her city this year. i'his speaks wel.
Miss [Lola Kibler has been spendinL
a few days with Miss Janie Kinard.
Mome' of the- New berry girls have
b"en duwn oat a few days visit to the
M setis Nates of th is s ction
W-- had bIg fros't Sunadas morning.
*Sos e few of our farmers have plant
corn the past week.
Th'se i-ems were intend-d faar F
days paper hut missed your oflice.
Quite a chance of guano is bel,g
hauled in this community again. ~A
supapose this tm atas to plan' a jar; a
auverage oaf cotton t his spring.
So fart we have had a dry cool ma a-.
ill1 Runf, a catlored man who -
working with Mr G. A Sitagley of 'hbt
commuhlnity caugh' on fire a few da ea
ago while burning some trash in thea
flid and was so seriouse4 burned t,b. I
lt di-d on Sat urd.as night. We ta e
to d t,bat t,ha negro was in the II o
al-nae and that be c:alled fair help hut tat
on cam.- to bhat re-sue util his cloti.e,
wa re vary na at' all buaene.l from h is toata'.
It. was a tadta tim" for the poor negro.
8aa fatr Mareh b a been windy and
And it's still windy.
Parmer, haive tierun to drill their
Grain is naot as go d ais last year.
(;rit.p- I t.hat talk a f he d y -n-tead
o ramalt-p x
Mr .J. U HlIpp, who has just ean/a
b aek fromn B altimore, where he had
his eyes t reated watt up a fe w days ago
Glad to see M r Hi ipp up and out again.
IMiss Minnile, King the Old Town
to reber spent last, Sunaday at her home
a Ninety $ix.
Mr. Tom Werts went up toM auniville
on a hunt, last week. Tam reaports a
nice t Ime and wroodl luck. Brought tack
a pet g--ound t'quirrel skin
Miss Ju'la Matthews of Ninetv8ix has
ret arautd home from a visit tao hr' slster
Mr's. Ja 8 Wert,s
Mr. .T. I-. Clary of qaluda, was over
on t visit to friends anid relatives las
Miss BIessio and Nora Blair of Deatd
Fall, '-Jaited Miss Minnie K nar the
other day, March 18. ** *
The Dest Preseuptton for Malaria
r'hilIs and F'ever fte a bottle of Urove'sa
T .steless Chill Tonic it Is simply tro
tand quinine in 'a tateless form. Nat
nure, na na1' P..i.. Wa.
1'r Imperoy 0 -we
S,voral of 4our young people atten(It'd
the Joint D bate at Newnerry last Fri-.
Miss Lizzie Drehur Is visiting N6s
Mrs W A M ie'ey ha-t gone to 1a3ti.
m- r- t 1 ; urch.se millinery goods for
Mohel. 3 W-0. store.
Mr J. 11 Hu ter and Mr T L.
Schumpert are confined to their r.om
with gripl. But we are glad to note
that Mr. G A. Maffett who has bIeti
to hi. room with grip Is out and at his
placF, of burinee '"gaill.
Tne Lu heran Sunday o- h . -1 I, p a
paring avery iu.esesting Easter bervIce,
wh ch will te given in the Lutheran
e---rch Easter Sunday night.
Tne memnbers of the Baptist, church
h v- just il lohed puteing dowti a ro- .1
handsom- carpet in the church, % bich
adds to the looks of t he church very
We have heen having s-me v, ry hard
win s durtni March, the cotton houme
of MrsG. G D WAlt, was bl-own do-An
Mr- J. A Simpson aid ion Lililu
vlsi i d :n N- wherry 1,-st wet k.
Dr .1 13 S inp-on has rtturned frotw
Laurens who-re he w -s ca led on accouot
of tri illness and d -ath of his brot.her
Mr J .mes Simp.on. S.
We were so f >riunate last Sunday at
to have oui pastor with us again. W
we r delight. d, both for the bene Il'
wtI-ch we, ourselv,-, deriveil from his
pret,ence, and tlio t.-see hem well a. a.
M1r. and Mrs. Preston Lvio,gston, of
Deadfall, visied Mrl L. Q F l'ers ann
family la-t Monda.y night
Mrs Rev. Porter of S. C has
for the past few days been visiting het
sister, Mrs. L Q Felle 9
Miss Ade Ia Long ace-mpanied h
her brot.her, ament nast Sv urday nighVt
at tr. L M Fellers.
Mrs Bettle Perkins was hrought
back to her o'd ho.ne tind laid ti, r bt in
tie 4 'olony cemeterv last SAturma..
R v. W. It. Hiller of Prosp-rit co.
(11ting the services. Her age wast
s xt.-nine years and fourteen dKa . S,
h;LH 'one with t, t--nobles ind trialk .
thi4 world arnd e. tered i n to tiat. is . -
rest, which has be n prep ,red fr h.e
who lov God.
Good wlunes to all.
March, 20, 1001
Nobody knows all about it,
and nothing, now known, will
always cure it.
Doctors try Scott's Emul
sion of Cod Liver Oil, when
they think it is caused by im
perfect digestioni of food.
You can do the same.
It may or may not be caused
by the failure of stomach and
bowvels to do their work. If
it is, you wvill cure it; if not,
you wvill do no harm.
The way, to cure a disease
is to stop its cause, and help
the body get back to its habit
When Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil does that, it
cures; when it don't, it don't
cure. It never does harm.
The genuine has
this picture on it, take
If you hd.ve not
tried it, send for free
samuple, its agreeable.
taste will surprise
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
Soc, anad $1.oo0; all druggists.
SrATE OF SOUTH CAitOLINA,
COUNTY OF NEu~ BElRRY-IN
Andrew J 8 Langf.rd in hisown Cligh,
as x cutor and Miltam A. Curlise as
exeurcof the last will and te'o'
m.ont oif Wil.iam Langford, deo-aed,
M ia Hilis et., al
I N 0310DIE~NCE TO ANJ ORDERI OP
tee' court bere a, I r'-ceive bidi for
.*wn lot.., ien town of Newherry, 8. ('.
hI"'.nati1 to the estate of Wisliain
L ng ford de ceased, to be sold under th.
'*n'o the v.nurt at. ;r 'v ete sale, forty.
three of said lo6., are situated near the
5 OtenO Opoc wnstn th'- de0-.sed re
I ou a the time of his dsath and hav.
ne,o t i I -. upon them The o h r
thirteen in e,utber -nd no builditigsa
upon them, are subdividod lots o' the
'rawford lot of land ntear the town of
Hel-na. Alan twoe houses aied iots - a
the toatn of Helena. Plate oef the San.e1
are riow on fle9.- me' offlee'
II H. RIKARD, Mswter
Ma,-at 21,t. 4
I-,ASII,%' q'IcKI,V AND) PEICMANENTL.Y
VE111.rI t 1E).
1 (1"4011 a itlt VusIZ. Z I)- ;.,. Ifyst.vrla,
Mrta l tlt' , -' v alta. , S' nat
aal L- ws V i;;t l t mo. ---t he I. sult.
,f wool i, ,.ier- , .I. ki.vs-, o rroo- of
Mt It h 1.- %-- i di 1 I-'- I ''"t ' $1.
to am iv,avr si I reve'pi of- orllc, Sold
m \ GI W.'X' r's ol ,t r tl,. s'a' ) lora~t.
,t it' ba i ht 1 ' i t'or*1 al 0 I. () ig' S td
DR .P UST'3
Ori_1'naIl a.' G tm a, a wa.-, r-lhibli
1 d satfe I,Itl-! .twaL%q a-k f r Dr
,a'- 1a R I L. d PIIenI t al t.
11I e Polls Th11.) nt'ver tail a- d no,vt*r
i1j-'re. iltis d a' addr s )EII 4tt re
-vilit, t' $1 '0 --% (,i (.-rI 's Corer 1) Il
i3tot Stae Ai.- t-, Nt-wht-rry.
A new aio colmpelt* ea' t, coil
-18"tr of Sa i '(w torits, I apbul8e of
[h tI fit ard Io I hI x's of 0anient.
A nl-ve! 1ali11 cure for Pth t, of ev. ry
nature Ina dIt?rce , ake8 an -pera
it 'w--ith the kii(, w%hich it painful,
anld of.-t, a e-si it) (id tl. kI-n. c sa. ,
. lah.v e r It 1is Ieririble diseas, ? We
pac'k t %%r titan var-ii.t.ee in each $1
4.-x. No cmro-, I paLL 50e an a $1 a box,
6 1 1- $5. 'ent tit n'ai'l Samnio fr,-u.
OINTNIMENT. 250. AND> 50C.
I ONSTIPATION vur d. 1'a 4. prevenl
1d, 1) .1upanese Live"'r pel-ts the PrteI
[Lv 'aend St.omaeb R- it gIta:or and BIIood
Pa1r*1111' zmall M' d aid pleasant, to|
'ak. :-pecib aalmt, d f'or children'
a14-'. 51 doses 25c. Gild-r's COrner Drug
-;ore Sot- \g- ts. Newherr%.
SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT.
O N S ,LE0 IN AVRIL, It190,
IiIII'long 14-gal I j tl". of -at. I . a.
- I at, f ile tu ian to a1 h big
Vnide r, lat hou-e anat iot. in the Io
ofPo-ei. S C.- Ih ioplert,% ..
'a rr-. .1 N W%'..aa , co1tainingi Onke
1otu1rth0 a f it, A 11e, 1maor* or at b (ron
I l4a OIt At .in StrLt, of said town, ano
sloundea r,' bt lot of I.,. K. Hede,
"au1, aid soulth bY to 8 I D . B
1117mp-o, alouher lot of Mi s. J N.
a--- r., aaAW lot of Lian W3 .e.
TEMS: 0 -ha f ea ie paurchae
aa a- a ta 1p id aash. le balttahca- in
Ma v ntmha, with i'#-rest frm d %
- wa to-Citred by hi,na (If t,1t, pur
h r aid moatgae&tj of the preivis.-p,
wI th a at ve to ha' pu'e a-a r to pjay the
- hot, hid t 1a-. .1 -ar 'o pav
Fll a lo t I 'l hlt- 'F.
G. G ' LE
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For Factories and Mills.
'a rliiss, Autatm..tio, ' PlIaia Stade
Heat- rs. tand Pnaps.
i"r. m smiall plattioaa maull, to the
"'aVta-st mill- 10 the mnarket.
A'l tkinds eaf wood wor'kinag machi, er,
loaur .and cot'n mtiling~ mrachlnary
''oplete olannng Mi-em-, L.,amt..
ta"aa Wirakh.i at d rT.oetaa. FEn ','
.a la-ra, '-aw a- nG ta a stoc'k faa qau'cI
18211 M a a St., a .aaauamtla, S t.
iTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY 01" NEW BERRUY--Is
M! it- n 'A. a a aitea P ailn if vs. .lO0at
Butler Kinrarad D fenat,
n.9 I r pt'n,l I wiat aell't.. t, L a bag , s.
t r'. tat-f te he I a-t t iou,, a,
Xi~a' e a , a at h .t a t a. . 'I 'ttr
Flrst Monda. (Stada ) a, Atara, 1901,
utl thbat, % et f au in t'.ala c..'uuty
comntalnsa g 8 v. att.-en tana (i7* Ola
four th At'r. a . mo rt- la'"t. ltinodlet
aa land.. a.f It a '.''.a or , ', Nijeb
h.Mr-. J X' lit k 1 B r,.aad
' 14 H .z a .na 'h ..
ERMS 0O" - Aa E: (O .. 6Iatt at ah
laa'a ' t- rI a a , to a. l n st o ata ( ,h
nt u ths' ' ala ianter's -a fr mf d alt Eu
-'ali. taoa b e' urI dahs bontd taf tah' lur
tat a 4' .anad at mT r'ae a f thet prt '.'
aa''l, wi h h' avo 'at thet,it pushta-.r ln
tate r ha wh . a' ma-tnt t of hia baId Ia,
eaa'h Anad af tiss" *aur"h'aser fail.. to
com'lj 'a itha the te-mw f 'alet- hlin
ana' w'a'k tafta r ada et of 'ta'e. the Ma a
aaer wilt r"eadver Isa o ald sea t the -aid
tat-d nn thet na' xl. ensuti' r 8 u e'dayv at
Lt,. risak oft h- foram.ar purt-e'n-et'. lPMa
laetre' aI.er' to pa. fom weaamua and pa
perb- HI H RIK 'I RD
Maister's Office, March 0, 1901.
A TE 'f1I''RS NOW EM.
Apitaita ine 'ha Pt'hla 'sehio 1 otNow
'N .t ' ('tt.l.i are he'ren.a r o' He'd that
at the closeo of thel' 'e"'n, otive schools
he.v flIt, de'liv"r lh it- To'acher's Rot-a
R(er to the C Ilat' Stuperiaatendent as
a fial re..or-t be-fore Ihea last salary
sara ant wiltp afupaved.
- I&UG Ad WEliT. ..
Co. Supta. Ed.
The. Ewart-N rferW,
TIlE NEWBIIERY C1,I11llso
Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnish ug G >o(ds
OUR SPRINC STOCK in al d iartut- coml P e..
NO 01 D STOCK. Everitth I" v niw, 8t. 1 ish anl up' d te.
You will (fod oout mlie' riaht.
Some tuen need a chawg. of cloth a thit stirle-. 0 h, r d chitnRvol
You Oan Get tho Kind of lzth s Ycu Wait
If You Come to the Right1 toro,
We wou d like to talk It, over with you and shom .(11 o ur .ii o...
Single and 1) tble lrsasted.
Tue 'Wievv MiL3iary 3EDMTe4ot, wii hI , ds
iw( cut to the form.
Mvrox-y F-'VUiCoab1e Fabpri.:, it a ,
right price on everY suit
Come and Look Over Our New St -ek, Aldk Q 4i -ns Ab,t
It, and Buy 'A h n You Feed iAke' I-.
A eaving of 5 to 10 per cent,. on ill C o. hing, Shoes, Ht, Furnhinga aud
Domestie Dry Goods purchlased from us.
D. N'T FORCET THP P AlV,
THE EWART-PIFER Co.,
UNDER THE NEWBERRY HOTEL.
srThis offer stands for 30 days only.-:y
4F11Qulrs of Pllre Bye Wiliskey)
n~1 Nine Al
I rAK- Ye r
COTEI. f i MPID P AC E. A.G-lu.
ONE Q' W 11 Mc i t\'Y.R \ arane.1 d 11 1 i, ''irl tia '-u.a " u M sh.
0NE Q -'. Gil4SON XXXX W10 t *,ti'lt? i i I Z : - 4'
oNV Q'T. GUCK Ill,"Il E1 . J'ot1 1 i '- n - ' ' - Al (14,4 . til.
UNt- Q OLIJ R O10W W I IsK I Y I l 1 * R . I .t 1 %4 1 i'..
W\0 t- hip thias Itnte1I, 0 . Id at y a t .\ l i ' , l i it I tin Inuk
g (1) $265 vxvriss pre paid nly , iiii. iitt of h. S i t - '.x n- 0
W if. f-,- our 1 ew illu- ial d prict -is . j ii im I ' (' il l
Cr-T'GT vf- w a irial on out $1 5t) a $2 00 l't t- a el i n
RiF'.ENCE: T-ird Naimml 1 .t k
GLENDALE SPRING" DISTIL HUG C.,
MxTCHELL ST EET. ALANTA. GA.
Newberry, Tuesday, March 27.
Two Performances, rain or shine, at 2,30
and 8p. m.
150 -Wonderfully Educated Dogs - 150
60 -- Pretty Performing Ponies - - 60
25 - -Comical Monkey Comedians - -25
A Herd of Tiny Baby Elephants.
@ This Year Twice Larger than Before. @
Don't miss the Big Street Parade at 10 a. m.
Good Time. 4~
Every man, lady and
boyMshould have agood
time.piece. Comie and eran't, fetecieo d SI~
buy it ofus as we havemDnl
a large selection.,
If your watch, clock k ofilrci
or..jewelr y needs repair '\IVlhY..(.
bring it to us and we CPTL* *$0000
will put it in good or
d er. w r 'n a kn eM
. Wle also have a nice ndol.. h('Etit'4ml
lin ofv1t..e s fia d oy a oein'.S-ng
D pa, m i + rat of 4 FLrOYDt
0 B .AsEle Y, IS.C.IT
CAP.ITA. - -. -t $50,0000
The_Jew,Ip~. ~ We rai e e au uetl) nkng si
'I BE ~ EW BmXnRV l n r..onl t-n l.ahe reeci .te of ldi
hnOe o d viaeifrnsadc sa os
Mortgage---s '. ~
Stekwe lly kiver andE" b
~ea n Gltasst\.eK\AD'oet
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- . .WM.tht G MAS j NW
yt r '' -' ~ - . .na'* :e uu,vDe*itr2
1,n- u d fo x ,rhepi rne