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Uorrect.od every 'T'uesday and Friday
)y Summer Bros.
Heat-.-..-----.... .... 809 0
Shoulders ................e.......... g .
1 am s ..--------- -..... ---... 14(ee 15.
Best Lard . . . 0(r I I c.
1est Molasses, now crop...... 6tr.
Good Miolasses .................... 25( 50c.
Corn ................ O .
M eal ................................ UOe.
Iay............... . *1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.25.
1st Patent Flour...... . $4.75.
2nd 1ost Plour................... $4.25.
Strait Flo r......................... $4.00.
Good Ord inary F'lcr...........33.25(ar3.75.
Sugar ................. ..... .(a'0}e.
Rice ...................... . 5; 8 e.
C olee................................. 1 f15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.25.
Bale Ifulls, per bale .............. 40e.
Butter, per lb ......... .... 15((!20c.
1gs, pe1 doze- . 12c.
Chickens, ea hh .................. I5(w25t.
Corn, per bushel... 70c.
Sweet potatoes ....... ......... 50(u)ti0e.
Turkeys, per lh . (i(a) 8e.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 75e.
Oats....... ........................... 43c.
Vo Need MAoanv.
We hope our subscribers and those
who owe us on other accounts will not
forget to call at the ollice and settle.
Cotton is coming in and it will take It
very amall part of it bale of cotton to
pay your subscripelon and we beg you
to remember this small matter. In
many oases we have been waiting long
and patiently. tf.
Tell phone Subscrierlltt
Please add the following new ''hones
to your list:
Rev W. K. Sligh. les. . . . . 11:3
Mrs. F. W. Fant, lies., . . . . 3
Palmetto Grocery Co, . 8:1
2t L. W. Floyd.
Moneoy to L11nn.
On long time and easy terms, secnred
by first mortgage on improved rea
estate. Apply to Ilunt, Hlunt. & Hilun
ter, Attorneys at Law. ft.&f
Lueinerl Lunth.Ar1I for yatl.
Good soundtl Roughedge at tO. per
hundred. Square Lunher at 50c. We
are also prepared to fill bills on short.
notice. LON. & IIAviuu,
f 4t. Silver Street, S. C.
Try Palmetto Liver Medicine for in
digest ion. 10 cents at Dr. Van Smith';,
Drug Store. ly
liotnst, to R.,nl.
Six room hlous rt II-'^na to r.-nt
Apply to W. D. Itartid), or .I. M. B,e:
Store and four ro':us tiext, door te
f-tf. MRS It. L.. PAYsINut.:
For Bilioust. , .1 -indice, etc , :1e
Palmetto Liver AlMettcine. 10 cents at
Dr. Van Smlitlh'. I)rug Store. ly
You Know W l nt Are Takling
W bten you take Grove's 'Tast,eless Chill
' Tonic because the t.nular is plainly
printed on every h t t Ic showing that it
is simply Iron and quinine in a taste
less form No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
Take it all the year rou nd-P almetto
Liver Medicine. 15 erst.s at D)r. Vatn
Smith's Drug St ore. I y
I am authiorized to ''dl a meeting of
Cannion's Cr'eek A ilinuatce on Sat urdlay,
the 14th. at 2 o'clock P mi., for' the pur
pose of reorigan iz'.
Wo'rintg 2-4 hour,, a Dany.
Thellre'!. no rest for t hose Ii reless litt1le
wortkers-D)r, King's New Liie Pills.
.Mtin saure aliways busy, eurini g Tor
ptid Li ver, J1aun id ire. Hilliousnzess, F"ever
andi Agre. T'hey hnnli Smec< H eatd
aei, ,driv V ut M11Nalitria. N ever giIp
or weakon. SmnaII. bete nice, wvork
wvonders. Tlry tbem. 253e at all Id(rlg
Palmentt.o Liv"er Me [di cine cu red me
of echron)ic const.i pattoin," 'wri't.Cs Jamit
Evaps, IPIidmont, 8. ( . Sold at Dr.
VatnSmith's Drug Store. ly
A n Ers joiyablin Soeliabl..
Quite a nice litt,le sociable was giveni
at the residence of Mr. Thos. V. WVick
er Tuesday evenIng in honior of M is
C-one Hull, of Ninety.Six. Se.veral o.f
the young peCople of Newherry it
tended. One who wasw there replorts
that It was one of the most enjoyable
sociables he had ever attended.
tIay,4 il Was, Tortruet.
"I suffered sutch patin from cornas I
t'clud hardly wvalkc," wyri:ts H. RotouinI
soni. llsborough, Ills.."buht Htek leni's
Arnica Snive comp Iletely cured t hem."'
.Atts lIke mnagle on spr~ tin, bruises,
cuts,sRores, scatlds, b rnts, bItlj s, iulers.
Petrfect healer o)ft4ki n diseases and pi lee.
Cure guaranteed by all di ug gisi s 25e.
* A Nicu Humta lRealtz.4..
~The Iadies of the Woman's MissIon
ary Mocicty gave a '"birt,hday party" atL
the rosidence of M rs. (5. E. D)omivick
on Tuesday evenIng. Kvery oneO who
came was requested to bring one centL
for every year of bis or her ago, and tbe
adies promIsed never to tell the agce.
hLe invitations sent,. Out were quite
nlque. Tihe ladles realhzedl about
Ntih, was tieur Tetrar.
"I would cough nearly all nIght
mtg " wrItes Mrr. Chas. A p'legate. of
Ioxatdria, [nd., "anttd coulId htardly
et any sleep. I had cotnsum itption so
ad that If I walked a block [ woulId
ouigh frighlly and' spi( 5)t loosd, but
hien all other mteicie filed, three
1.00 bottles of D)r. King's New D)iscov
ry wholly cured me and I galined 58
ounds" ~ It,'e absolutely guad teed
curo Coug he, (Solds, La(url1ppe, Blron
itle and all TLhrmat and Lunzg Tlrou
lea. Price 50e and bl., TrIal bott.l. a
so at all diruiggits.
Carpets at lower pricos than ever be
VARIOUS AND ALL AltOUr.
Miss Helen Jones is visiting in Cam
There is a case of smallpox reported
M iss Laura lilease has returned from
a visit to Union.
Mr. James Riser left Wednesday to
cnfer C'omson College.
See notice of extra sale by Magistrato
Chappell on the 23d inst.
)r. Jaumes Melntosh went up to
Glenn Springs Wednesday.
Mr. Nat Gist has returned from the
Monntains of North Carolina.
Mrs. W. W. ulmuer, of Columbia, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Miss Marie Carpenter, of Chester,
is visiting Mrs. J. W. Chappell.
In the absence of Mayor Klettner,
Aldernan Scholtz is acting mayor.
Mra. I. II. Franklin retunled Wed
nesday from a visit to friends at Irm1no.
Miss Connie Hulf, of Ninety-Six, is
the guest of Miss Julia Wicker this
M r. Jas. MI Bowers went to Colum
bia Wednesday on account of the ill
iss of her sister, Mrs. Summer, of that
The report of the superintendent of
waterworks is published in another
Miss Lillie Belle Hallman has re
turned frot a visit to friends in Au
M1rs. E. C. Jones has returned from a
visit to relatives in Cokesbury and
Al iss Mary Thompson, of Newberry,
is at Glenn Springs.-Spartanburg
Judge Y. J. Pope and Mrs. George
1ohnstone returned on Wcdniesday
from ( asar's Head.
Mr. Geo. W. Summer has returned
from a trip to New York, ioston, and
other places North.
Miss Ruth Wells is spending a while
in Columbia with the family of her
biother, Mr. T. M1. Wells.
Miss Myra Mower, of Ncwberry, has
been spt'nding a few days with Mis
Lena Mloseley.-Eagle Eye.
b iss May Blackwell will soon begin
teaul-i'ig In Newberry county.-)ue
West Cor. Press and B.inner.
Mr. .las A H1owrs, who has been
,c:..ilng several days in the city re
turned W.-dnesday to At!anta
Miss Leona l:.,ting has returned
from a visit to so..ie of her schoolmates
in the eastern part of the State.
Miss Fannie Parks, of Newberry, in
visiting Mr. G. L Toole and family.
Aiken Journal and Review, 11th.
Miss Jessie Summer went to Lexing
ton yesterday on account of the death
of her uncle's, Mr. D. F Elird's baby.
1)r. and Mrs. .J. W. Boozer, who have
been on a visit to his father, Dr. D. L.
3oozer, returned to Columbia yester
Mayor Otto Klettner left Tuesday
afternoon for New York and other
Northern markets to select his fail
Mrs. John RI. Sp)earmlan and dlaugh
ter, Miss Gr-ace, of Columbia Is visiting
her sisters, NM isses Fannie anid B3eta
The barbecue at B3eth lehem chutrch,
itt Pomaria, for the pur-pose of helping
to repair the church p)roperty realized
Tihere is some comp)laint, about the
street electric lights being turned on
too late. Tihey should be put on as
soon as it is dark.
NIr. 0. M. Jamnies'n bus returned
fromt Newi York anid oither' northern
markers, wherte lhe went to s:'lect a full
line of fall go'ods.
Fraancis Prmest er, a negro woman,
dropped dead yesterday afternoon at
the home of her daughter behind Mr.
R Y. I2avell's place. IIeart disease
was the troub)le.
The infant child of Mr. M. A. Wal
lace died at, Laurenis last Tuesday morn
ing and was brought, to Newberry for
burilal. Its mother was buried here
ab'out a month ago.
Hon. II. H1. Evans left, Tuesday night
for Columbia to attend a meeting of
the State Board of D)ispensarv Direc
tors. At this meetIng the purchases
will he bought for the fall trade.
OMagistrate Chappell has put two ne
groes on the chaingang for thirty days
this week, Speunce Robertson and Jimw
Epps, bo0th for violat,ing contract. Hie
gave them $25 or thirty days and they
took the day s.
R-v. J - L. Williamson and Mr. W.
F. Ewairt wvent to D)onalde yesterday to
attend a meeting of the presby tery of
Greenville church, in Greenwood coun
ty. They will return on Sat.urday.
Prof J. B. O'Neall Hlolloway, of
Beliwood, passed thr'ough the cit,y yes
terday after~noon en route for Mt.
Pn asant, N. C., where he goes with a
bevy of as sweet,, jolly girls as t he Stat e
affords for Mt. Amonna Female semi
nary. le has been canvasaing for this
school dluring t,he summer anad hias met
with gratifying succss.-Theii Stato,
Mit. EITPOt-Allow me to speak a
few words in favor of Chamberlain's
Congh Remedy. I sutTered for three
year~s with the bronchit.is and could4 not,
sleep at, nIghts. I tried several doctors
andI varIous patent medicines, bitt could
get, nothing to give me any relief until
my wife got a bottle of this valutable
medicIne, which has complet.ely re
Ileved me.-W. S. Brockman, Bagnell,
Mo TPhis remedy is for Bale by WA. F.
Pricos of Ladies readly-mnadf waists
nde sir reanaly eduned,1 at. Wonnonnia
TROUBLE IN THE POSTOFFICE.
POSTMATiCI FAlIt 14 TtHAIPO1CAMIL.Y
i1 V E ii ' I).
The ()tIeo Turned Over tos tiho lI,i1t1ItI ei
anid Mr. Itynan 1'Inctt ed its (iat ge.
tatemnents from YoK'notarer
Fair andl Mr. Mut er.
(n last ''ut'sday afternoon it be ile
known that I'ostmastcr Wil. Y. Fair
had been removed from the New
berry postoflice and that I r. P.
I,. liyn1um was aetingt postmnaster.
Nothing concerning the cause of this
removal could he learned. ,Mr .J. J.
Snythl, pustollice inspector, airrived in
the city tlonday morning and went him
med itely to t he postollice. I t is sup.
posed that. he reported some irregu
larities in the ollice, which caused the
'Ilhe oflice wa- turned oer to th
hondsmeli, lion. Goo. S. 1c.wer anl \ir.
J"lf ILate, '1'uesdaty afternoon, and
punding inlvestigt'iotns they plaecOd Nr.
F. L 13yn1ut in charge.
Mr. Fair, when called upon by at rep
resentative of The llerald anld News,
indignantly denied the charges against
him aid said that his accounts were
straight, and that he (lid not ()We thu
Our roprt-sentative also ('(alled on
Mr. Mower, one of the sureties on Ihe
postmast("r's bond, who said lie was
satisfied that Mr. Fair is not Iahie
for it cent on account of his adi' inis
trattion of the affairs of the postotlice,
though there may have been sonic
From the above statements of Mr.
b'air and Mr. Mower it will be seen
that, Postmaster F1air is not sholt inl
his accounts and his removal was
caused by a techtnicitl irregularity somie
where in the office.
All of ir. Fiair's assistants and clerks
are still in the office.
The removal of Mi. Fair created a
good (eal of speculation on the part
of our people, and further d. v1lop
mlents will be awaited interest,.
A 1)1stngul,hed Colo,tu Maln.
Thos. K. Miller, president of the
Stette Colored Colleg-, came to New
berry Tue-day in the interest of the
institution of which he is president,
itncl on Wed nesdiay made an interesting
tialk to a snalI crowd in the court house
on the "best methods of farming "
tOpetning of Ni-wburry college.
Newb, ery College will open on Tues
lay, Ociober 1st., atnd from all indliea
tions the attendance this year will be
larger than ever before.
President Cromer for the past, three
weeks has been seriously ill with ty
phoid fever, but he is now slowly im
proving, and while he will not be able
to take charge at the opening, we hope
to see him out before that time. A
temporary chairman of the faculty will
be chosen until )r. Cromer is fully re
(ntting Ready for AuguK' '
The Excelsior Reel Team is get,ting
togetber to begin practice for the Au
gu t.i toutrnamnent, which is only abott
a monthI oIf Some handsome pr izes
have been offered by the August a peo
p)10 for this event, and companies will
be there from all over the Sot,h. There
is no reason why the IExcekiors canlinot
go over and win some of the lauirris.
They ought to have that horse and
hose wagon-t.hey wouild then standi a
We have been atsked to r'equest all
those interested in the reel t,eamt to
meet at the Excelsior's llall Monday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Mr. TP. J. D)avenpurt, and MIiss Orat
Grizzard, datughter of NIMr. Jelf Griz
zatrdt, of Trinit.y, Newberry Counnty,
were matrried yesterday afternoon by
Magistrate Chappell. The matrringe
was opposed by the parent,s of thie
young lady, she being only about thiir
Leon years old. Mr. D)avenp.'rt wats
here on a visit to relatives in the
The happy coulel! about five o'clock
took a hack for Clinton, and from there
they wvent to Litt,le Rock, Ark., all the
entteaties of the young ladly's father
over the 'phone to Clintton being in
Of Interest to Woma,...
T1here will be an exhibit of Women's
inventions andI Pat,ents in the Wtomng's
Building of the Sout.h Carolina I ntcr
State and WVest In plan Ex potsit.i(In to
be held in Charleston, S. C., D)cem:ber
1st, 1901, to June 1st, 1902.
The commit,tee in charge wiin be
p)leased t,o furnish youir dealer or y our
self with full pat,icutlaris if yon I imenl
to p)lace a model of yontr invet, ion oii
We trust, that youir interest in this
10xposit,ion is sullicient t,o Induce y ou to
consider t,he matt.er favorably.
Very re'spect ful1ly,
(MI iss) Daisy fP.nI mil.h
Chatirmn In ventions Com.
No. 9 Logan St., Charleston, S. C.
Mart iedl at the Meteodist. circuit, paIr
sonage, Sep)t.. 12t,h, 1901, by Rev. D). P.,
Boyd, Mr. Ilenry 0. Long Lto M in
Daii Blell Dominick, daug hter of Mr.
Lindsay 1)ominick of this coutily.
What a dreadfuil thing It, Is to wakc
tip In the nIght suffering from cholera
morbus, and 3yet cases (If thiIs kI id at
very commron. The tr'ouble, however,
will never become serious If youi keepi t
bottle of Pain-Killer at hand, for it Is
remedly that never falls to cure chol
era, cram ps, dlarrhwa or dysentery
Avoid su bst,titutes, there Is but ont
Pain-Killer, Perry D)avis'. Pr'ice 25c,
SAuIR. CIt IClUII TO L1AVE.
itesolut lonN by 111.4 C.ogregaotilo lCxtiresM
lig l'htr Sin1'1'4r tanttl I,it-rt(.,1t AItprIt'
1h1tlon of Ii IVork Vhile Hiere.
tt last, Sutiay mlorning I'ev, 1I.
G. ;. Sicherer Itlaced before his con
rerg:tlion a lett.I' Slating t'te reasons
w+h y lie t.houglit, it his duty to leave
the Newbervy eongregation au'n c acerpt
the e'pt to 1 h 1 teolo(ical si hlietrv.
Mlr. Sehe:ta cr stated empntha'ieal!y 11hal
h would not have left this eongr ga
tiot t.o go to aly other inldiviiual +-"un
VreVationl inl the United Sytiod, but lie
felt, that it was il., duty to the church
at large to go to the :'mitlty'1.
MIr. i). 13 WVheel,'sr acted i, elmair
unai autal DrI. J. \I K ihler", the s.-er -
tary, read the pastor's leIi er. lTh
rCsij;nat.ioI was hen ece pulteI Iby
Li.he *onlg r.'gat.ion iand NlIt.-sesrx.
I,. c l u i j1 i't., \V . ). ll u .e a l .n d
I)r. .J. \I. Kibler were app1olinteI
it (cOmm)it tee to dr1a v kip resohti
tions expri'esinig t.he sentiment of the
congregation, and to give as the reason
for accepting the resignat,ion that the
cogregation, like Mr. Scherer,
thought It wa' his duty to the whole
church to go to the seminary.
'('he resolutions are as follows:
Resolved, I'hat, it is with saddened
hearts we have received the Ireoposed
resignation of our beloved pasto', Rev.
i G. G. Seherer", and that our. sorrow
is, if possible, intensified because we
are,(, so stroigIy iliol)rttuned to accept
That to seve' lie acred ties that. for
so long have bound us together as pas
tor and peo)le ties which in all sea
.-"n11 andl ulnder' every circumnstanlco
have been mhost pleas.tnt and ccordial
Seens aitlost, like severing the earthly
ties that. unite Is to those n1earest and
dearest to oiii hearts.
'1'hat we are lwofoundly impressed,
however, with th : igli call that has
come to our' paltsto', as also with the
lersonll( s:lerilice: that he will make in
aceelptit,g it. We feel, therefore, that
It loJ op' Se sn of dt.y demands of us
that we should sust.ain him in his (e
cisiOn, and this coiplls us oi Our pat
to make the sacrifice we ar called on
to p)erfoi m.
From these CollSilerations alone we
are liost Ieluctantly induced to accept
lie resign L.tion.
lResolved, further", That this resolu
tion be entered on the records of our
churbc and that a copy be sent to the
l.t.v. M. G G. Scherer.
Dl r. Scherer will preach his farewell
- rtlon on nex t Sunday.
Iluharttw Ntw 1'a r, ft(i('.. UOxcul' rn(ttrcan)
S4 1a)-, hb r 1."Ith--- utltt s of tIme
The IIrbrewy Ilnm' for New Year is
"1 osh hiashonah." which ieanls head
of the year. With the llebron+s the
day falls on the first of the month
l,ishri, occutiring this year Sepltemb heh
Like all Jewish holidays, this is o
ser'ved fI'rm 50unset.i tot sniset. There-'c
forec L,heir Iplaces of buUsiness ' will he
c'ised froma this eve iling unltil niext
M\ozny moing i.
Th'le (lay is niot, a holiday say the
ltabbi, so much as it is a holy day. It
is a ,im Ino(f solemn an d earneiist prayeir
oft init 'rhpctionl and self-riew,ilV It ix
called varIiouisly Lhe Day of M~lemoirial,
the D)ay ohf Juidgmnent, and the Ilhty of
the i3lowing (If Lthe 'IiTrumpelit. It hats
r'eceived this last, tit,lc (on aceount, (if
this pecuiliar' service, t.he blowing of
the Shofar', or' ram' horn.
The (lay is obser'ved iln 190i iLth,e
samei idealismu whiiichi chairacter'ized it.
in the miost aienllt days. Tbc adv'ane
of ci viliz/ation and the onwlard prlogres5x
of the world hias chianigedly some511 of
the out wlar'd t.;rmis, but its spiruitual
sigiiifieaiiee is unchaingedi.
As the mnehaiit at the beginning of
the secular' year' casts upi hIs ledger' and
sets downi hiis deblts and1( cred its, so
does the l ibrew obseirver of the Nell
Year' day balanuce his life acceounts, re
pon11t siicerely of his faults and f'ollies,
adl starit out with fresh str'ivinogs for
higher and pureri hiving. The ld year'Ctl
of sini is buiei(d ill the cem3ieter'y (If thle
panst anud the Now Year, a child of hope,
tinius its face towai'd the futur'e. Eight
Yom riippur11)1, 0or the D)ay (If A tonemen4It.
Mrts. EhsanLlor Wor'kmni died at her'i
homile ini thec ujper parIt of the county
on 8aturlday. li'.r reminils wer'e buriiied
on Mu niday a.t luhoi Iliver church.
D)ied lit Mrl. .1. J . Seaisu's hiomne about
eight mil:s fe,m the city at 2 o'clock
Lhiis mIrhi : M r. J1. A . H4undiek, agedl
aboi(ut 78 il Una ho reinLls will be.
carried to l'caks this afternoon for' in
A - Eluidi'(enceil.
A SpartLanburiig corresp51onduenit for'
Tlhe State says:
A pr'opuos or thle 11)1n. .1. 1. JT Cald wvell,
of G reeniiw od. priesid ing over' the pr'ee
ent .erm of a sp)iall cortof Ithis~ coun1
Ly D)r. .Jax. II. C ar'lisle' called( youtr cor -
irespiondenlt's at,tention to the following
inte11restinig inciden11t Lthis finOring.hi
Chanellor Dav Id JToh nion was e'lected
governIor' of Sothi Carol ina, Mr u. J1oh,'
.f amnes (Cald wvellI. of the Nowberry lIar,
was5 clhiosen chauncel lor In his pIlace,
this deceasedl gentlemern beIng the~
fathier of lion. J. F. J. CaId well. 'iThN
wasLO in in 1M6. (Chalncellor Caldwell
held (:ourt hiere duiring thait periodl
when MIr T1. 0. P. Vernon was judge
In oirdinary. Now whent his son, J1. F.
J. (Iaidwell, Is presHiding at Spartan
burg, Sher'llf John FN. Vcrnon, son of
J udge Vernon is the highest, cout t
nfiiial undlie the junge.
(ln in t t %e .Arn r .y ml Ul nt.ly Niniht.
Ti 011, a 411'11; ..r t 11,31o'
A\ tdellighf,lI ; w in the
atrmory-on1 ha't 11 )1.b11y I !h1 . .\ numn
bctr of cong,r'c . t' inl Ilt" a i 1 rc " 111e1(1n
the ("a- i ' ua- r' thiutrili. tn . -
j,.1 edl by .,bI. TI'~ t I- it., t t.il-t" lat
t1 ,. \'s , rI' h 'alll "Ill .itil l i I t i i ', its
l I , t %:1,, : . " - i N , " :. -.' 11 rit"
w at. Ilue:lb-h1,, , em r , 1', t:}' I-id (
of thet cit y.
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\l is, ('i l t rn- .I l . - n\ i ti l .\ r. \\'. U
1I S-s Alyru rii - IiIIf rt with \ir. \V.
li'' ie'ie S,iutnit r t h .\lr. ci J.
Al i" tiili It ryV Ito)inmon " with \l r.
Z. P. \Wrb:h t.
Ali ss (iil.'i Ahn- witb NIir. 'N. 11.
N I i~ i rrln \\'~lcks with Ni r. ti. 1,.
\liss J. i i I. l'aiAl!Y w\ith A 11 . .
11lis, I.oni;t' Ilou-t : , of (?t-orgia,
with 11e. I-: A. (;riIli n,
i\li~s Ninnie I')ol w\ith 1ir. J. E.
\I i., A\:iIe l'l wvi1.h .\1' r.,1 S. Rt.n.
\lis, Ani'a i): Iidon with 1ir. li G.
AI iss ('Iuatii r, of TIInes,le', w\"ith
U)r. 1). 1,. I louzer, J.1 .
iis, \i.mir' \Ia.' W ilion with NIr
J. Y. :\h-'I';ul
s'.av.: (i. W-. \V,'( irn, J1 ('. W\ilson, Jr.
Ned I'yIvntn, \V. .\ .I ui niosos, Jr , T. K.
f lll , i. T . I ieu w i Ik , '. I-:. tco tt, I o b t.
Uhaptrom'n : \it. ant Ni -:. i N.
i'vaINu , \i '. nt .\l r . I) P. I'ifcr.
'Tli ('rtnatn was ;ar;tcefully Iled by
Mlr. \V'. ('. sehi'ntk wit I liss Carrie
Jlon:t ai( ;\Ir..J. ('. Wilson, Jr.
Wil for the
Give them oil cod-liver oil.
it's curious tOt.ee the result.
Give it to the peevish, fret
ful child, and he laughs. Give
it to the I)ale, anaiic child,
m(l Iis faCe b)ecom'Mes rsy and
Lill of health. Take a flat
:hestc(i child, or a child that
h)as sto)pp wd grl)\win, give 1him1
the oil, and he will grow big
and StrtOng' like the rest.
This i: not a new scheme.
It has iecen done for years.
Of course Vo1u must Use the
right oil. Scott's Emulsion
is the one.
Scots Emulsion neither
looks nor tastes like oil b)ecauLse
we are so careful in making it
pleasant to take.
Send for ft ee samiple.
SCOTT & ILOW NI. Cheistis, .ej 1'ail si., N. V.
SuL anid ,z .ts.; at. druggists.
Have You a Daughter'?
IN IPR()io'imTi~)N TO Tll- EI('CAION
OITr h eLG l , betad van L ges, educa (tilIon-.
l1. H., NormaIll Nli H C xpresLtsion, Arit
anId I iashless CouriIl'iss. UnderICI experCi
cedl teachers,8 in an1 I(Iideal cillge'
coImmun1 ait.y. NI iist healdtbhul locat.ioni.
Dee.p tuhlarIlI well, water aIbsoIlut,ey
purie. Ingw ra.L..
TIhe~ l'asI ye.l' all ourLIa rooms)1 were 00
clupitd, and11 mianiy romns are5 U engaLged
for Ine'xt. setssioni the fortly- tird
F'or i Inutrat.ed entailougu add1(11ress
Rev. James Boyce, Pres't,
D ue WVest,, AhhviJlle Co , S. C.
We have added this
line to our stock and
the prices will interest
all who intend to pur
chase. Call and see
ou.r assortment and get
You can nako your har
tkltl W t oft 1a a glovo
and na tough in wiro by
tniig U111111MtA I1nr
none OIl. You enn
ie'ngthen Itn lif o-nIake It
uast twIen na Ioni aW it
niaken a poor looking har
ti."8 tIko now. hit of
puro. heavy bodtledt oil, 4.
pee'llyl} prepred to with
statid thu weather.
tol everywhero r t
Made by STANDARD OIL CO.
VITGORH of JM]Ef AT
1":\-IM', , QiI' ICI.iY \N D I'.Ilt.\1.\\IN : .l' ,
is sold wit,h at writtIn gualrauitce to curO
In)sonil)iat, F its, 1)izine'ss, 11\'steria,
Ni'rvous Debility, Iost. Vitalit-y, Semi
nal I.osses, aiitihg ouiuory--t.he re'ult
of ovet' work, worry, siektness, error's of
youth or over-ioiitluclget. I'rice $I;
is boxes $5). Biy ma1il in platin p)aekai.et
to antly address oil recel)it of price. Sold
onl1y byV Gildr's Gorler' DIrug Store
Sol Agont.,, Ncwberr'y.
Original tolti (: 'niucl, alIWays reliable
atld sitfe. Gaties! ulways ask for 1)r.
Itnst's (lo,tt1n Itoot aidt I't tinyroyal 14c
mlale Pills. They n0Ver faill in(i nOVer
injure. Aliiletld to ainy aiddres-+ onl re
e'vilpt of $1.00 by (ilder's Corn-ei) D)rug
Store Sole Agelts. Newlerry.
A low ttnit collete tr)ueti nt, 4on I
si stiig of Suppositories, ('aiisilks of
Olitmt,ttt anid two boxes of O)jimnt1,
A never failing Cnre for Piles of ever' ,
iattire antd degree I t mtakes ill tt,e'ra
tionl with the knife, which is pitinful,
it tl oftoi results iii tleit.tl, tilltlt'rtsSat-y.'
\Vhy entltite this terrible iiseaes'? We
Iaek o written glaratit,tt' in cath $1
box. No tu're, no pity. 5tk'. and $1 a box
ti for $5. Sent by mitil. S;tlnie)l frce.
tlINTl'1N, 25,. AN 1()
('oNs'Tl l', ION etred, l'ilt' prevet-l
0d, by .lItnS0e, laive' laelle"ts the i rat
L ai ver ani Stomnch Ittgnlittor alil Itcutl
I'ttrilicr. 8nlnl]l mild at:ldt tleasa,;nt. to
take: especially aIlitpted for clii1dren'r
use. 50 doses 25o. (iltler's C'orner tlr'
Store Sole Agelits, Newhel'rv.
This signaturo in on every box of tho genuiim.
Laxative Brono-Quinine 'rahleta
\ho rotdy that curtes a cold tn one day
Asthmalene Brings Instar
Cure in A
SHCNT A Vi OLIUTEI1Y I EE,
'W'rito ~'o-t.r 2ctari o
FOR TERfl lii
A fler' having It cairefully13 anlalyzed, w''
opi1umn, mforphline01, cl oroformi tor other.
Gent,Ilemen: I wvrit, t,hi Isest,imon411ial fr
woniderfl efct,C of your Asthi naltene, for
been atlliieted] with spasmoltic asthm4s11 for I
my own akill asi well as mnyt otherls, I e
windows lin 130th street, New York. I ar
My wife commfhtenced tatking itlboiit, the li
a radi ctal lijipo vement,. After using oute
iandt she is entIirely free from l sym 3 )pt
recoimmeind the mued icin lo1( ialI li ho i 'a 4
DI). T1A."i' Iiitos. MII.;uics: Co,
(Genltlemen:jf I wias t,r(uleId wvith A sthi
4)n1 remediles, bult they have allI filed.
st arted with a trial bott,lo. I founld rlief
fill-sl''i hot,tle, anid I aml evetr~ 1 grtful
for six years wats unabil1e to wvork. I amr
busi8ness5 e very daiy. TPhi s t,esit,iony y'ou
IIome addiress, 235 It iitn st reel.
'TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY
D)o not dlayiL Wirite at tonce' atd.J e
CO., 71) 10a3 130th Mt,, N. Y (it,y
T1hero aire all kinds of omn in t,he 4i
f or that, has atttracteour ( a1'Il tenition a* 04e
lng tbem they hatve been)4 sinid led, ete,
get, 0ut, to work, put1 in thle time14 1 hev wa)s
cus1 itm'rs, atnd perh aps t,bty coi t sell a
T1he elans of people wvho lbly Ite STI I
cart.h. tndith ielr i Inds are' not11( lr to e han
$'' Tl ilJl P'IA N OS lire the very liInesi
worldi on merit alone. It's tbe old re lih
w hen anyone teulls you hie cant furnih si 4
remember )Ot you have hear d "G(host stor Iie
Wriite' todally anod r't l'atory1 prlices
big p)rofi ts made by3 the detalr
Pianio Mainufaceturerd, 1at imore, M
Warororn,m 213R N. Trynn Mt. Cnlloto
Evtery man, lady and
bo/ shp.ul have a good
time piece. Corne and
buy it (f us as we have
a inr.'. Ctioni.
If your watch, clock
or J'ewc y ieeUds repair
brine it. to us and we
will put it in good or
We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.
Ad11ii11S11tO''S SR1 of Sock of oods,
AI.NT ;' 'i ) ( II"i 1: t )I '' io
- . . . t t ('m ri t, aI. d tI .p!) . :, I1tt 1, l
Will .t1 the -hwae ( n,i-r t te i .be of he'
I:e( .Oavid \\etsi:: at Silver Street' on
1\\(tdu(sd.i." ti("pt. Is, I:lul. at e levenr
ihul .k in Ihe for enlOn t>r ;tiah.
I'. S IVWiNGSTON,
.\Im'. oft Ih:vId \\'et> ii-c''I.
fitiil iBlk fI Now1'y, S C
( i:wr.in.IiisI:Ic i ; t .)
Capital - - -- -- - $150,000.00
Sutr)lus and PI'ollts - 96,865.88
( b-neral h.;.;k t( i h nt m , ,ran.u au(ttnd
w ith r uot I ( I)I :-r . ;I,ti:l at tt(nt1(1n t0
-i11h-'ttiin . ('((rr'1 poI0 thit',(' . O iceite 1,
l)epolesi'- a!IOedt'tfI int ' r:t at the Irtt,o
If I I nt r e In,t uInutn friiml date of
h'lt>:it. Int(ert p a b .: rt;ih anuary ISt
uot .lut: !t Of t'n h ye tar.
T. Ili N' \N. ( 'a titer.
.I \\' .\M ll O S A".-t. (:rt
A lot of new hats for
early Fall wear just re
ceived by The Riser
The correct thing in
head gear for those
who ;re going away.
Call and see them.
it Relief and Permanent
.,N I i. 'I .I I' T ('I t :i u
lil e ro 4' no hel bi el lieiL Ast h iltone,
brne', istant olef, ieiie e n o ithe
'fre, eeiise v. I ie wcit a~ l ol 1
ti ' 1e 0 ee I . \'li,'i t,i'i. ell ofe. ri lla I
nuot t l niiv u i
Ic" le j uic from ( i. I was a ICiilave,
Iined l w:i ( c h iiJc eiie ib attl 'LtS ala l h
ew 'ill y . \ Ii iule ei. yeeeiiji
Ve'rv'o l tirad il *,' "eny
tale, -ShIiNa., aNd. lhimght you had)
.1l ed e4 12 y ai . :emt~i i i e ..Lict
eeee le. eela botth!c0f
ci ee .\'i'.r ie!).''. . I VI.e e .e ei e iOjtl
ol|e m t n :ee \,ii y ne, Ali a- ee i s aLiL.e
'Ollen re w f or ht A(.mati liaity
ub'shebMe. wih A1tha.
an ee' is as't~. Iavtonihig la uwond eiul
iL (l'V . I .l(i)v- i t c \ jlle ti 1.:lt,e '~
om i hee ofetduty,o h avitin ie st,aLidicthe
rhi' W 'imb -'r' II~ ve soo oi 1Ned
buT blefhe .\s iu jha,Jilppare
ble iiets b. Lt. l' 1i'i , en l. (vc)j.
rany lc ae. youre adVe,i -mnto and v
aet ionce.' enI : a e ince p'urio' cha- yourli
le lite fmi( l y )' - i,f i four chuuldrn,~ nd
low inte II It helha. a o
In maUttshe 'uch' tie of'e 1)( ia I y o c s ee j
to 8II.ee e I'I \ l' Ah ti-: , a,
iEthiEE O~ aiEGooi fTe OFlOS TAL.o-ju
mo buslii'o btte e.etcnuei
nil.i theI' maIe who sA t N o and j th
It oucth v.(ek as L,hiCarnlhuntingnew
inJ o onei aw ie