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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S A T E D CONVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
and 4tl Tuesday nights of each m11oith
at 8.00. Visiting Knights cordially
welcomled. THOS8. E.EP N,
K. (if It. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ........................... 8.
Hams............................... . 14c.
Best Lard ....... ........... 10()1tc.
Best Molasses, new Crop...... 60c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@ 50c.
Corn ................................... 75c.
M eal .......... . ...................... 70c.
H ay.................................. $1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.25.
Ist Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour.................... $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........f3.25(?J.75.
Sugar ....................... ......... 6 0c.
................................... 5V 8 c.
................................ 10 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.25.
al Hulls, per cwt............. 35c.
lt ter, p lb .....................
.per dozen ................ 124c.
ens, each.................... 15 25c.
per bushel....... ......... . 85c.
jA p r bushel,................. 40c.
potatoes .................. 50(60c.
s, per lb ................ 6(() 8c.
per ewt .................. $ 1.00.
Ty u) and get your ice tickets
M. Tcague at .50 cents per hun
No delivery. tftf
Money to Loan.
1g time and easy terms, secured
by t- mortgage oni hiproved real
est Apply to iunit, Hunt & Run
tori orncy at Law. ft&f
O* jltadol vs. Newborry College.
t,64 will be a tirst class game of
base 1played this afternoon at 4
oq10i etweeu the Citadel and Now
b e' Allege on the- latter's diamond.
ant to see some line playing
dQai j-to attend this game.
Toi. 6now emedy for costiveness,
QA la%iain's Stomach and LIver Tab
late,~vei'y box guaranted. Price, 25
30xx.toi' sale by W. E. Pelham.
Moicy to Lend.
wndy to lend to farmers at the
Fst Natonal Bank, of Batesburg,
8 . . . Timmerman, Pres.
A Sad Death.
About a week ago Jesse, the 7-year
odson of Wim. M. Thomas, was draw
water from a well when the wind
blipped out of his hand and struck
m onthe head, resulting in an Ill
ness which caused his death. His re
mains were laid to rest Wednesday in
West End cemetery to await the resur
Spring time is a good time to cleanse
your liver. Try Palmetto Liver Medi
cine. 10c. at Dr. Van Smith's Drug
The Best Preseription for Maa
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
'Tasteless Chill Tronic. It is simply Iron
~and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure, no pay. Price 50Oe.
At the residenee of the bride's pa
4~ rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bowers in the
town of Prosperity, S. C., on Wednes
day the 1st of May 1901, at 7 30 o'clock
p. in., Mr. T. A. Dominick, a p)roi
font young business man of the town
was married to the accomplished and
much beloved Mrs. Alice Mitchel.
The marriage ceremony was performed
by Rev. W. B. Wharton pastor of the
Methodist church.--Eagle Eye, 8th Inst
Miss Fiorence Newman, who has
been a great sulYTerer from muscular
rheumatism, says Chamberlain's Pain
3 Bal is the only remedy that affords
'her relief. Miss Newman is a much re
spected resident of the village of Gray,
N. Y., and makes this statement for
the benefit of others similarly afflicted.
Tphis lialment is for sale by WV. E. Pel
Palmetto Liver Medicine may sa'-e
you a spell of sickness. Take it in
time. 10c. at Dr. Van Smith's D)rug
Yen Know WVhat You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the fomular is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply Iron and quinine i a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50Oe.
A Queer Itird Caught.
A Mr. Davis, living on Mr. C. W.
Buford's plantation, on Wednesday
morning caugh t a queer bird in a small
ditch near his house It is a water bird,
about the size of a goose, has a nead
and beak resembling that of a goose,
has webb feet, and stands erect. T1hose
who have seen the bird say they have
never seen the like b)efore. We sup
pose it Is a sea fowl that has been
brought astray by the wvind, however
it cannot fly-we suppose on account of
a hurt. It Is said to be a curiosity.
says lie wats Terturedl.
"I suffered suech pain from corns I
could hardly walk," tvrites 11. Robin
son, Hillsboroughi, Ills., "bu t Bucklen's
Arnion Salvo completely cured them."
Acts like magic on sprains, bruises,
cuts, sores, scalds, burns, boils, ulcers.
Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles.
Cure guaranteed, by all druggists 25c.
Frequent headaches are often caused
by a disordered liver. Try Palmetto
Liver Medicine. 100. at Dr. Van
5mith's Drug Store. ly
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
A nice rain would be refreshing and
holp the crops considerably.
Mr. A. T. Brown left Wednesday for
Atlanta to purchase a lot of mules.
There will be a plenic at Cromer's
zclool house on Saturday, 18th instant.
Mrs. S. J. Wootpn left yeeterday to
visit relatives and fric.ids in Columbia.
The Newberrians are numerous at
the Confederate veterans' reunion in
Columbia this week.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer left yesterday for
Glenn Springs wherme lhe will spend
80111o time for his health.
Mrs. S. P. 1oozCr is visiting her
daughters, Mirs. Hlollingsworth and
Mrs. owlies in Augusta, Ga.
Mr. E. A. Carlisle, of tio Carolina
M tnufactiring Coimlpany left yesterday
for Atlanta in the interest of the com
Mrs. Ella Donald and Mrs. A. J.
Sproles, of Greenwood, arrived in the
city Tuesday, and aro guests of Mrs.
J. W. White.
Miss Ethel Reed, of Chappells, who
has been visiting at David Aiken's for
some time, returned to h-r home Tues
day.-Green wood Index 9th inst.
Mr. Thomas Burton, of JacksonvIlle,
Fla., who has been on a visit to his
uncle, Mr. James A. Bur.on and other
relatives in the city, returned homo
Mrs. [I. S. Rilghtmilro left yesterday
for New York whero she will spend the
summer with her parents and also take
in the Buffalo exposition before return
Messrs. 0. McR. Ilolmes and R. 1-.
Greneker returned yesterday from
Greenville whero they have been in
attendance upon the Diocesan conven
tion which was in session ther,e this
Misses Mary Thompson and Lella
MAty Johnson went to Columbia yester
day. Miss Johnson will go from Colum
bla to Spartanburg on her way home in
Asheville, N. C.
Rev. Thomas G. Herbert of Leesvillo
has been visiting relatives in the town
and county this week. He returned
home yesterday accompanied by his
sister, Mrs. Bouvure.
Mr. Jno. M. Kinard, President of the
Commercial Bank of th is city was elect
ed a member of the executiva commit
too at the organization of the State
Bankers' Association at their meeting
Wednesday night in Columbia.
There will be a meeting of the Bach
elor Maids on Monday at -1.30 p. m., at
the residence of Mrs. Wim. Y. Fair.
The delegate who attended the State
federation of women's clubs in Green
ville will make a report and a full at
tendance is desired.
Miss Mary Nance Fair, of N< wherry,
a handsome and stylish South Carolina
maiden, of honored revolutionary and
Confederate pedigree, as division spon
sor for the Sons of Veterans, holds
court at Wright's Hotel.-Columbia
Cor. News and Courier, 9th inst.
A. Madole, Deputy Sovereign Com
monder, Woodmen of the world, of
Spartanburg, has been in the city for
the past few days in the interest of this
order. His son, Mr. HI. A. Madole, is
now at the Newberry, and wvill be
pleased to talk with you concerning
this order, a branch of which wvill be
organized here in a few days. It is one
of the best fraternal insurance orders
Widening the Street.
The congregation of Central Meth
odist church have shown the right
spirit in wanting to improve the street
in front of their handsome new build
lng. Through the building committee
they have given to the city three feet
of the front of their Jot hetween John
stone and Friend streets, the only com
pensation asked being that the city
would put a rock wall along the side
walk in front of the new church, which
was readily agreed to. Contractor D)avis
has been given the contract of building
the wall, which will be of granite, well
cemented, averaging in height a few
inches to two or three feet. This will
make a very pretty sidewalk of nine
feet in wid th.-The Observor.
MoLaunrind Letter of Acceptance.
Senator McLaurin will be one of the
attractions at the Firemn's Tourna
ment on June 6th. There are so
many people who wvould like to have an
opportunity of hearing Senators Mc
Laurin and Tillmnan speak In joint de
bato. This arrangement could not
be made, but all those who attend the
Firemen's Tournament and Newberry
College commencement will have the
opportunity of hearIng the two Senators.
There will be large crowds on both oc
caslons to hear these gentlemen on
Senator McLaurin's letter of accept.
ance Is as follows:
Bonnettsville, S. C., May 8, 1901.
Messrs. Otto Klettner, Mayor; C. J.
Purcell, Chief, N. F. D.; J. W. Ear
hardt, PresIdent Excelsior F. C.:
Gentlemen: I am in receip)t of your
letter wvith Resolution by committee iu
charge of the State Volunteer Fire
mns A ssociation Tournament en closed,
inviting me to deliver an address to the
Association and to the citizens of New
berry and their guests, on the 6th day
of June next. Accept my thanks for
the honor you have done me by the in
vitation and the opportunity thus af
forded me of meeting the citizens of
Nowberry and the members of your
Association. I will be pleased to make
the address at the time Indicated.
Yours very truly,
Jno. L,. MOLTAUIUmm
LADIES AT NVOICK FOR TilE EXPOS
A Filo Fxhiit Wiinted--CommitteCs A p
At the meeting on yesterday after
noon, permanent committees were or
gaiized to carry on the work the ladies
aro now doing to arrange for an ex
hibit from Newberry at the Exposition
in Charleston. It has been impossiblo
to sec each of the ladies who are cor
dially invited to aid in this work; but
we feel sure there i'; not one who will
not consent to help in iakling our ex
hibit a buccess-one that the women of
Newberry will be proud to claim, as
the result of their earnest work, and
the kindly help of all.
Tho following are the committees:
Mrs. 0. AlteR Homes, Chairman; Mrs.
Georgo Joh ni4tmneo, Mrs. Sam B. Jones,
Mrs. Burr Johnstone, Mrs. Isabella T.
St. Amand, Mrs. Sue Turnipseed.
Mrs. M. A. Carlisle, Chairman; Mrs.
Jas. K. Gilduer, Mrs. E. (Iavenaugh,
Mrs. W. 11. Carwile, Mrs. J. II. Burton,
Mrs. 0. Klettner, Mr s. J. M. Kinard,
Mrs. George 11. Cromer, Mrs. Jackson
REiSTAUR ANT COMMITTEE.
Mrs. C. A. lowman, Chairman; M rs.
T. C. Pool, Mrs. J. W. Simmons,
Mrs. Ed. Soholtz, Mrs. J. L. William
son, Mrs. Georg Summer, Mrs. Frank
Wilson, A] -. W. 1'. Tarrant, Irs. C.
R ESS COMM ITTEE.
Mrs. E. 11. Aull, Chairman; Mr's. \V.
U. Wallace, Mrs. Carlington, Mrs. It.
11. Welch, Mrs. 0. It. Mayer, Mrs.
Mrs. L. W. Floyd, Chairman; Mrs.
0. L. fichumpert, Nlrq. R1. D. Wright,
Mrs. C. F. Boyd, Mrs. V. E. Pelham,
Mrs. Lucy B. Young.
Miss Mary Burton is chairman of a
young ladies' committee who are work
lug for the same purpose.
The next meeting will be held at M rs.
McIntosh's Monday afternoon at 5
o'clock, May 20. A full attendance is
Mis. T. C. POOL, Secretary.
Warm weather has come.
We will have some fruit but not plen
tiful in this Pection.
Mr. H. S. N. Crosson is visiting Mr.
E. M. Cooks family.
News is scarce in this section now as
all our people have been busy at work.
Miss Lola Kibler returned home
Saturday after a few days visit to rela
tives in Newberry.
Sunday was a beautiful day and we
had a good attendance at the service
here in the afternoon.
Mr. J. A. C. Kibler -and family spent
last Sunday with relatives in Newber
We shake hands with the citizens of
rock TIll voting down the dispen
sary barroom from their town. They
will never have cause to regret It.
Mrs. L. C. Singley and children visit
ed Mr. A. A. Nates' family recently.
We congratulate the young ladies who
were so thoughtful as to put the flower
yard at the school house in such nice
condition. The flowers are lovely and
certainly are worthy of the ladles at
The chaIn gang force have done some
good work on the public roads in this
sectioa recently in the way of putting
In ter'racotta pliping at the bridges.
Just give Super visor Schbumper't a little
time and he will put the r'oads in good
Our farmers have had quite a time
planting corn and cotton. Corn and
cotton Is coming up slowly now and a
little rain will give a good stand in a
few days time. We have had a late
spring, and then the farmcers always
commence planting too early anyway.
Don't complain about the weather' so
much for all Is well that ends wvell.
Some few of our people will attend
thme soldiers' reunion in ColumbIa th is
week. Sigma hopes to be able to join
the ci'owd also and take in the sights
and sounds of the city for a few days.
This1 Is a delightful time of the year to
visit Columbia-not too cold nor too
Sunday morning dawned bright and
lovely, and we had the pleasure of at
tending service at Colony church for
the first time In a good while. We
were anxious to hear the pastor, Rev.
C. HI. Armstrong preach that sermon
on "V.'hy some people go to church,"
and we returned home feeling amply
repaid for our drive up to Colony. Mr.
Ar'mstrong handled his subject well,
and showed In many ways why some
people go to church. The congrega
tion was lar'ge, and the Interesting ser
mon was listened to with marked atten
tion. Such sermons ought to do good,
and we hope will. We were glad to see
such a large Sunday-school and such
an interest manifested In the school by
the older people too. The Sundlay
school Is superin)tended by that noble
Sunday-school worker, Mr. Jefferson
Beware of a Cough.
A cough ia not a disease but a symp
tom. Consumption andl bronchitis
which arc the most dangerous and fatal
qiseases, have for their first indication
a p)ersistent cough, and If properly
treated as soon as this cough appears
are easily cured. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has proven wonderfully sue
cessful, and gained its wide reputation
and extensive sale by its success in
curing the diseases which cause cough
ing. If it is not beneficial it will not
cost you a cent. For sale b)y W. E.
Will Begin Mon41y a1l th I OltIke 4jet a
Little RecretMlon-Tho Firms
That. Will Closo.
Tihe petition for the signatures of the
firms who would close at 0 o'clock In
the afternoon, giving the clerks a little
timo for outdoor exereciz and recrea
tion, was put in irciclati on thits week
and several firims have gon,, into the
There is not a firm in tho city that
would loose anythinl"g by the Iuovement,
however It is impossjbIe to get, the con
8ent of all in a ilovenicnt of this kind,
yet it will be more general by tle last,
of the month.
Tie agreement signed is to close
their places of business from May'13ith
to September tile Ist at 6 o'clock and
for this liberality and kindness the
clerks will ever feel grateful and study
more closely than ever the business in
terests of their emnployers and do all in
their piwer, both singly and collective
ly to promote their interests and make
their relations iore profitable and pleas
ant. The following is the agreenent,
and those who signed it:
We, the undersigned merchants, agree
to close our places of businless it six
o'clock. p. In , (Saturdays excepted ) be
ginning May 1th, Monday, until Sep
Newbe- ry Hard ware Co., E. M. Evans
& Co., F.dw. It. I iipp, Y. L. Spearman
& Co., Book Store, . J. Wooten, \V. A.
Kinard & Co., 0. l\]. Jamieson, .1. W?
White, E. If. Tod & Co., Purcell &
Scott, It. Y. Leavell, WI. Johnson,
Summer Bros., IJwart-'ifer Co., l.duard
Scholtz, The Riser Millinery Co.
RZemaining inl the postoflice it Nvw
berry, S. C., for week ending April 2o,
A-J. W. Allen.
B--W. P. Bedenbaugh, Al's. C. L.
Beard, Ats. Strah ]Bird, Aliss Annie
C-Cocelia Cohen, John counts.
D-J. L. Daggett, Robert Daniel.
E-J. Kinard Epps, Mrs W. 13. llis.
G-Mr's. Janie Gseen, Waller Gleunn
Ars3. Addic Goodman.
L-C. C. Lankford, Hummer Lark,
Jim Levert, Aliss Louise Lyles.
M-J. A. McGahee, Mrs. Mir. Sula
P-Miss Adetar Pinn.
S-J. J. Sease, Mrs. Lola Soun, Miss
W-Geo. J. Wilson.
Persons calling for these letters will
plcase say they wereadvertised.
W. Y. Fai?, 11. M.
A Flircman's Clone Call.
"91 stuck to my engine, although
every joint ached and every ner*v'e was
racked with pain," writes C. W. Bella
lily, a locomot.ive fireman, of lurling
toin, Iowa, "I was weak and pale, vilth
out anly appetite and all.tun down. As
I was about to give up, I got at bottle of
Electric Bitters, and after taking it, I
felt as well as I ever (1(d i n my life."
Weak, sickly run down people always
gain new life, strength and vigor fromI
their use. Try thlemi. Satisfaction
guaranteed by all druggists. Price50lc
Not Always Easy.
It isn't always easy, when the day is cold
And you're vecry fond of coasting, and(
To be sitting 0on a school-bench, with the
And adding rows of fractions on your
It isn't always easy, whenci (lie brook is
full of trout,
Anld your fishing- rod's behind the
Tro have to fill the wood-b)ox, and( go pot
At thinigs which never seetned so hard
It isn't always easy, wihen (lie sky is
And (lhe othler girls are rolipinig ini the
To pract(ice all the nliorninig-"'one and(
two and( onle alid two''
And plod through scales ridiculously
It isn't always easy; but it certainly is
right on handl(,
Which is puleasaniter than study or thlan
To keep a stead(y spirit, and1( take at plucky
And to tell yourself there's no such
word ats shirk.
It isn't always easy; but it certainily is
And it won't be long before results will
That work and study gives its all we have
that's good and bright
What little buoys and( girls can't ahisays
lie that hiath to life beguiled
Bly (lie cling of a child
lith, I know, great store of grace,
And with Love a dwelling-place;
For all heaven has dreatned and smiled
Ini the sweet face of a child.
-Frank I sinton.
Night wasn 11cr T'etror.
"I would cough neatly all night
long." writes Mrr. Chas. Applegate, of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had cofrnsmtion so
bad that if .[ walkedl a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but
when all ether medicines failed, three
$1.00 btottles of D)r. King's New Discov
ery wholly cured mo and I gainled 58S
poundes." It'c absolutely guaradteod
to curo Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, .Broni
chitis and all Throat and Lunig Trou
bles. Price 50c and $1. Trial bottles
freeat nll drnugift.
Cheap linten on sottiert ll liotid.
OI alecounit i of the AnnI IIectil leti,
aldies Auxiliary to Btoard of li-sions
If 1). 1". Church of Soth Cadlina,
,olitinbia S. C., .Way 21 1iIl, the South
'n l ailroad will sell round trip tickets
0 t'oltllnhl,ia and rettn $,: Tie'!oVts
m sale May 20 21, with linal limit May
(Jin accoint, of the .\InIIal kiunlcin
IiteCd C11n fedIrat VU1traIs of "oA0th
a1roliam, Coh n ia (1.1 a '. 1ay l,
901, the Southerin Pailroad will sell
otiid ( rip I ilot-. v entI Tickets oin
;alo May 8 9 -.. ithl mal limit, Mhay l:h
lte one utt in Ia. i road hs I doiblc
lly p5snge tritel. to :ei fron
:oluillbia, S. C.
Oni account of illm Di.t rict Ci'l.o -
mice, . . . . (h rb l xigtonl,
ti Cn .e y 9 1t 2 l10i , t Sli( otu.rli
-Ii t roa will Sell row'd ttip tictts
Newherry :I.75). TIWkts, VMon0 Nal,May
it with 1imi0 1lit v : h e S.
United Confederate \'eteran Iclien
oi, Melinphis, Tt,e n., Mlay 28--:0, 14901,
'ate one-ceent mlile. Tickects onl Sale
\ ay 25--27, li mit u1 1 -1, witll cxte'11n1ion
tial lint Jne 19 by dlepo iing t ticets
,vit- J oi t A 1n and puaying fo of 111 1y.
!vInts at time of deoposit. Th'ley will also
1.rran1.fe a1 to perniit astop-over eith.
Sthe going Or ret i) trip of one day
i Chat.tanoteio. to eat ie thie Souith
ar(o VVlinaeteI to viiit ChiWckamauI
On we ,o"l1i( of th t tim" u l e l veting,
olith Cmrk1ini; 'anicn va so
ai,LOn), (h:-les'-1. ('.. Mlay '22-23,
he, l u ther I~ti .ay: l , w ilell roun1d
rip) t i tihi v l tt Nwh a oery, m :a .
l'i( ktics On ,al];,a 21-:)2, with fitial
minay :t hIl i f.
J. A. I'I'W l' I , Agclnt.
"it itwi a g'dl (110 dea OfI ino u
1;d sa.0t i 0litwn I ITC0111t I that
' hamblhorlailn't Colic. ,ht( !craland Dil)t
-Ihooa Niced." Stys Aiags,.. W.
.I%wtelle, of Illrtford, ('()nn1. \A ladyN
i stIomr a I eei; th*e r ily I ge
Nilt a l iye omy ow case, 'aid rito mce:
' lcallIy bewliovo th:at imediciln"' s.av( 11
my lifo thi.e pa,t A m:, er while at, the
IORe, li leome so1l nhusis
wver it' incril-t that i felt oni e lltde upl)
ly lind to IeCommlnd it in the futur.
It centy ant h nm cao into y
,tO' OIVrI 1m With coli. pains. that,
he tak it oce to t1he 1l00. i_y gV
he im tos'e of t his remewdy which helpetd
hii . I Ir iatt d thU Io; lnd in w ifte
mit st"i he luft Ily store smilingly in
ftrm i t i n Mt t I fl as o e l a-3Ces V."
io t t by W. E . cIliallsh
M. .,Mortgagee .
BYt VIlRTU . OP THEM A UTIM(Rl
.ty conlferredo. uipon me by at mlort
aget C.01'11ttl onl thw fourthIl day of
hItlary 1(0, by Mr. I. I linSon, of
Kinartds, S. C., amd reccorded inl t,he
of oie in Newherry County on
'lhe sixtoolnth dlay (if .\pril, pa"!evn
in Mchanie lc, n l ok. I will :Al
It pu11bliCo u lI Is uIatZ. Kitlards w n I il the
if'atett dty Of MaOty one 8CI'reat saw'II;uSI
nill %viwill 2-t. if carri-ge and onle
Pii nt. 21oto toti fw. Tet1s Cash.
V. C. IIAD t hAN1, Mort.gagee,
Per W. J. Ellioltt, Agent.
'o the ichool Trustees
of Newberry County.
' ent o Xu I his yooeal'. uN wicho usL
~ees ared t nie out, 1 thi weouls.alhe
ikhat ouaine inour rwlerliooks.
ucird book isre piroper y ild ou gtl and
o this ohilce wvhen their last school war
'ant, is p)resented.
EUIG. S. WElRTS,
C2ounuty Sup)t. of Edlucationi.
A fter :25 years of' thotughit and studiy
o d iscoiver' an article Intlispenisale
.o all eivilizedl manokind. Thait tiever
s~cars1 ot, is as; new after' 5t years of
mnllstat, use0 as tIhe day~ madle, sur-"
i>asses in uttility antything ever' at
einpltedh lor inigenuity, notvelty andti use
uilnes. No (1uh iuven tion2 ever befiore
dforedl. M relhants, mniistrs, teach -
~rs, schuolais, yountg or olid, sick or well,
ocali ty, anti t loitertfere wit.h their
.'etation. Samtples by mii I 5c, or' full
irt iculars fr'eo. Onl1y tite iagentV in a
cetioni. A tddress
B. BURKE, e - -s.
calice of Filial 8otllcmc11 aitt Dischiarge
NiOT!Cl' IS IIEHI'lIY GIVEN
iith at wc wvill tmatke ai final settle
flent oin t.heo estate of Ja tcoh li. H ooze.r,
lecased 121 the P.robate Cout, for' New
xiorry (Cottntty, S. I. ,ont Miionda Iy the :hrd
lay of Juino A. D)., llt0!, at II o'clock 12n
meC for'en(oon atnd will Itnmedilately
thereafte ap;>l1)11y for' let trs dIismishsor'y
Is1 Exeutort of Sid es tte.
All pe rson holdin tg c limls agiinst
hthe said estate wvill presenut the saime
:lly aittested; anud those Indebted to the
said estte wvill malke patymen'it on or' be
rore that date.
ilOMl AS J. IVOOZMIt
May 3rdl, 1901.
Int,crest p)aid on deposits in the Stavings
Dopr'tmeunt ait the rate of 4 per~ cent.
per' anthumit from date of deposit at
CAPITAL - $50,000 00
Weo t.ransact at genel ohlanking buisi
ness and11 solIeit the taccouts of Indi
vIduals, fir'ms anld corpor'ations.
Gx1:. S. N owtEn. P'. C. SMrI .
F. Z. WILSON. WV. H. IlUNT.
JNcO. M, KdNA , Preiet.i
of Cod LiAvIr Oil i., the mc1ans
t lif i d e ) i 11ment Of lI*.,i , to
thousntla Nllomen and
\\hnappotito faib1,, i' r
stre it. W'hen food ik a
burden, it lif'cs thile buriden.
the pluiiss ofIheat h.
\\henl work is hard and
du1tv is hwa'v, it makes life
,t n d edg of the
we ' k end is food.
I u . use of food,
\\ it-, and Cant: di-.
'.muMon 1 ofr Cod
01th"ood that makes
: %- irite It. "cend for
, ., llrcoable tai,to will
1- T P' r IWNE,Iho m
*ou i t I 2.1.) ; 1 , t Wl<|U g V.
Stoll. tacogha 14ua Worl'P oif tho C old
f'axative B n>Quinlino Tablec ure
a co40 inl 4 day. No cure, nlo Pllr.
Price c 'It 1
Just these three point:
Stylv, durabil16ity and( oomyI) RO wV
3011 wvill do u; the favor. (of exaIiling
Solf tho favor of pur1-ch-'. ring. At any I
Rooping Cool is n!,t difficult whoen m1
Suinitr h11irts will a-sist gr-ettj\y inl i
plenty of variely to h !p ill t(' solecti
V''l. MH la X-IA.
Inl 11.1ts wo'ro "In tho Swiml." 1Thi!
htoro for every h ti- -th rig t I lit in
Our Shoes atttrac( attontion becaisUo
anCO andl rvasonabio prico. Wo as:unt
We 8olicit an1 inspTOCtiol of our toeL'
, If yoi
V will p
Our Corset stock is h
Full s tockl<3utterick F
xM'This offer stands
.aI I a g .,
ON I lIISON XXX X lLYlC, Palat!
ONE' QTi. OfLD CR~OW WIlIlHKEY, fTh
We ship th Is ast,HttlOnt, 0or assorte<d1
ago for $2.65, expren prepald only to (A
WVrite for our now ihistrated price list,
~~Ig-Ove us *i trIal (on our1 $l.50) anti $2.
R1E ,'EutNC1: Third National Hlank.
Two hundred bushels of po
tatoes rimove eighty pounds
of "actual" PIotash from the
SOil. Unless this quantity
J reLurncd to the soil,
hIlk folflowing- crocp will
r ' 1 A .1 WORKS,
Land ad $ecurity Co,
W I 1. 1 1 Y AN1 V 1, I1
Notes, Bonds and
IStocks of a11 kinds and
0. Y. 311AY'R, P'rosidont.
J No. 31. K 1 :, ee. It I 'Iras.
R T11 S
3 about our ready-to
or1th your r-01 u1 o0n V0I11idthion. If
ho ,o )k you will proh:Oily do your
at) wo invito you to look at our
o is proporly drossed. )tr stock of
Iis direction- --good color , too, anlid
i is the ilat Storo. There'l a i [at
fit IId inl prico.
of thoir. highl qua1lit-y, ologanlt apponr.
> you 1good fit,too. That moans
ry woman knows what
& GCorsetjis. It is the
Cor-set that will not,
ot, andl does not stretch.
i buy an R &G Corset
loes stretch, or proves
tisfactory in any way,
it back to uis and we
jve you a new one.
have in stock the famn
No. 397, moderately
rht front, which is pop
Nith most women who
>t demand an extreme
.ht front, Those who
aill find it in the new
~ht.front shown in our
tsell No. 397 for $l .00
trge and well selected.
ashion Books and pat
for 30 clays only. y
Ii Seven $2.65
If* to 8111990d to
I Nine Ally
''d ~LjYears Addlrass
v/f . r-' ld. FJDrcs
od St,r'letly Pure' HandI(-mado(I Sour M asht
1blo in the Hlighesit l)egrco,
ecbrated for its Medicinal Value.
(3 Old R~olltable I"avoritec,
.ny way you liko themi, In a plaint pack
1e limits of the1 SouthernVI Express Co.
just, out. ond1( in y'ourI orders'.
O0 litre RLyo and Corn.
S DISTILLING CO.,
P.Tp ATLANTA, GeA.