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11,t,"r I' 1115 n) vrr14.rc N l rtt ui.'
dont of tho titatt' 4.xibl)l ts at timl
C%htrlk'Hton h;xp otition, inl his rotport
1o Om (lovornor for I ho mont h of
"'t' now' coun1ti0s that hlavo com1o
into hinm sinco my last rtnort ar'
I)orchestor, Ahbovillo, tuitlntor mai
Chorokoo, No that t ho tottal numt'r
of countios that will oxhibit is now
aH follows: Spilartanburg, ('hstvr,
(loorgotown, F'loront'c, Marlboro,
Orangloburg, lt'rkolov, (olloton, I
Union, Abbovillo, ("horokoo, I )orehos
tor, Nultt'r, Darlington, Ilorry, 1al
borg, ltilgotiohtl, ( irt4'nwood, IiLau
rons and Pickenls."
We' had boon unldr tho imupros.
mion that. Nowbrry County was to
have an oxhibit at tho Chlarlostoni Ex
position. Someo timo ago tho Now
horry County oxptositijo comliussiol
holdit aInt'ottog andllado atterratll;t'
mont1 for gotting up tho oxhibit ail
isslod a enll to tho peoplo of the
coity urging thorm to svid the pro
dlut'ts of thoir farlms ant al' othtr
articles which might. h of intorost,
to the ollico ostablisllt'd at Nowiorry
for th punrposo of roeoi%ing thos
exhibits. W\'hat is t.hc t roubloY las
nothing in this diroction honi accoml
pIlishoi, or litivo outr ol'orts boon ovor
loolcd by M r. ILoVo r We woulI
likco to har from t h Nowborry coi
miHsion in rogard to Ihis in't.ttor.
The ladioH hatvo a1>1ut gotton up
their exhibit. and t.i mlono for hatd
ling it, aind have sec urod Iloor si Ico
inl which to p Iloo if. T.Ihoy have
workod hard to ikc thoir tir xhibit a
croditablo oneo and wo oar ost.l hop1o
tholy havtt Hnorootdod. Ii-t thoro
muitst bo a Newbt'rry ('ot1un y oxhibit
at th exposition, and it, is high timno
that it Hhonid ho gittonl ill sl1ipo1.
It is only two or thtrto wot'ks now
until tho txlpositlo>n will ho ill full
blast, and t htro is fio timt1e to Iomo.
SoIll ti lllt' ago w\hilt' wO W41r1 111a1h
ing tie olort to t'tb lish a daily
pai'or ill Nowht'rry wo wvor' iniformlod
by tho ttelegraph I companttli."s and tho
tOws ulnions that Nowbtrriv waits t't
on1 theo mull, and that nio io,logral hio
sorvicet' could be furnishtd u1s. We
mlty not ho on tho lap, but. ,vo
would 1lko for tho poop lo of
th'is.'loulntryV"and this Stalt t o find Ouit
that if wo ar not, wt' 01u ht to h,
and wo wtlt to set ia Nowhtrry
C'ounity texhibit ait thet Chalrlton01 Ex.
posiution)I--andl an1 exibint u bichi will
trulyv reprensenit the4 coun lt and li1 Om
maniid thle favorabhdt couiisit of Chbar
lestoni's guest s W' wouhi1 like to
hoar if thue etots of the( gtlemen1 .
placed inl chiarge of tis malltte a1lre
not meeOtting w1ith1 sulcess, andiu if not,
why n~ ot ? if we' do not h11 ivo an x
ihit let. thlit blamil rest whlirn it bit
THlE WVAY OF T'iE wotla.1
How quickly t ho courtIs of! repub
1lies, as wvell as of mlonalrciis trnim
their sailIs to tilt clhngeful breeze of
favor, is fresly anld raithler shocking.
13y illustraited iln the following from
tiht Wa*shml1gton correspondent of
tile News and Courtier: "'A fresh, in-.
vigorat ing atmiiosphioro haus swept
through thle Wh4te house. Winidowvs
have boon1 thlrown wide~ antd miessen
gors and( Wi wa 1tme aiccutome11d to a
un iform tem peraturno of 80 dtegros
wvhich was Mrs. McKinleoy's lowest
uip since4 the comlinlg of thle fresh air
lovers. The e ntirno lloostvel t failyi)
is breezy, strong. lunged and v'igor
otus. Nobody wiaipors ini the cor
ridors any more. Thtere is no fur
ther need of tip tooing and Iilhat pussy
footed velvet tread1( upon0 tile prIite
stahirwaIy is a thing of thle past.
"Thank God," says thle W aish ington
have nio part in the White H-ouso'
of today.'" Th'ree mlonIth a11 go we
Were realdinlg of the "gentle lady
whose sweet presence permeates with
beneficent inflaetone throtugh all the
pressing cares of state and political
intrigue," or we were tol of "thle
atmosphere of restful quiet at the
White Hotuso, in such welcome con
trast to the busy anad sollish world
that surges without." Th'lat was
while William McKinley lived and
governedl and had favors to gLve.
Now he is (dead and1( his1 heart broken
and world-weary widow rosts in the
seclusion of her private home, and
the burly politicianis stamp and strut
and clear their thlroaits for 10oud talk
ing in the hope of taking the fancy
of the Rtough Rider who is now Pros
ident. But they muight change their
ways without such brutal emphasis
on the contrast as this correspondent
In our observation of men and
things we have often been impressed
with the fact that men, however po
tent factors they may have been, as
soon as they are dead and laid to
ret, ,pre forgotten, in most cases be
'oro t(h 11 ,wors laid upon thoir
110u11d aro falodt and f ha tort<I.
l'ho trag;ic, loath of William McKinl.
(%y a118 alnuost. I)as8o<J out of tho
11in(1 of th p1ople, and t110 wif0 Of
is bosoml, tho woman of whoml to>
uno Hympathoti worilN woro maii
utI \vrittotn whil(t slo was the( wift'
,f lo Ith Psidlout, "who aii 1d fiir fto
4ive," oUilmanildiu nto IOri'0 th(1 III ttii
iorintt Hyt )tthly of thi public.
Bit 't was ovor t ht1, and wo Hu1p
E)o0 it. is botter that it IS Mo. 13it
Ito tbovo (u1ota tion8, Ho woll ('oil
ritHto(d by tho Post, do mlako uts
,hink a littlo upon tho ollisltoss of I
non and1 tho a80 with which ty
otgot a man whom thoy hav so 80
liighly hoiorod, in tho priaiso of hIis
N:rCuEi t llAvt.Y.
''ho h'iro n \\'odneiday night
lgain eloarly howeo(d that ono of tho
no*t prosHing tioods of Nowherry at
his timon is at horso hoso wagon, and1
lto hov a gai, showetd on WodteH.
(lay night, a thoy havo always shown
it tho 1ast. that. thoy dos(orvo it. No
proporty in town is Hafo Ho long a at
hoavy hand reol has to h pulled to
ovory firo or has to hook up to at
commonl stroot driy.
Soioll tinbo ago tho to,wn council
gavo as on of t ho r iasons for in
crosing towit taxoH that this hio58
wagon WIt nooded and w' WO bolil vo
our pe0oplo will choorfully ttand all
t.ho incroaso in, tatxoH ItO'sary for
Siuco th )assago by tihi Ciarl-oH
ton City Council of a city ord(inateo
ro-onact"intg tho (i1+pentary baw, tho
law has boon bottor on forcod in Char
lo810on tha n (vor hoforo. Th0 C o
Ilutbita city council is now hoimtg
1)roMHo(1 to <to tto Httao Ihing, attl
111118 it is dJono tit) Stato board
throtntoim to withhold tho pro
fitH. Cortatinly Huteh at Irdininvo
canlnot accomplish any harm and tho
likolihood is th1at it will do mttch
got Id. At loast. it. will show that tIh((
city colnei1 (eires h 111 n t)iofcouct.
of tihe, law.
(Oi its thirty-third 11nni1vorsary till'
Ioxington 1)ispa'cht hafts booni eln.
largod andcl inton(d of an oight col
umnn folio it will ip tho fulturo up
pear ats at six coion quarto. Tho
Dispatch is at good, clean t"hoot, andl
has alays bo0in found in t ht front
ranks fighting for the tiphiiitg of
its coutnty1 and Stato and what it ho.
lit ved to ho right. We wish tho I)is
patch tmany) mort y rs of .uccess.
Be'ginln'ug wti1th last Tuasday the
Nowherry Otiserver will in I te,futurte
be is-.ued t wiee a week. Ini its new
form, four column quatrto0, it mitakes ai
1n0at appearance and( we. hope)1 it illI
tit'ld of thle semi1 woa'klv.
Thei 10. 11. Atll ('o..* of Newherry, 8.
C., hatve arranuged wi it tihe. dIi rectors
of i' South Catrolinia iiter-Stalte. anid
Wn . indian ICx;.osion01 for the pubIli
cat ion of a stt ouvenir eaalogue'U oft the
Sou1th CarlOinaI exhibhi t t the ICxpi-i
tion VTe pubica~it ion will be0 uique1
fr'om tte faict thalt it, w'ill he'l)~ pinted~( in
Spainish and1( is dlesignied for d1istribu
Lion amnong t,he ishitoi s fromt theo West
I idies, Meoxico alnd South i Ameiric'a andlh
mlailing to) these coumntriecs. It, is thle
mtost pract,ieal idea t,hat has1 yet beeni
lugges8td in the line of trade liLtera'
Ltre int conniection with the lCxposit,ioni.
Mr. Al fred Collins will call upon the
exhiblitors throughout the Slate ini the
intorost, of th10 work, whilich appealis
very3 st.rongiy to thtose of uir matnuifac
Ltrors who airo dleirousl of e3xotndinhg
their market.s and ad Vortising their
waire amnong our neighbors or the
Spanishl nt,tions in t heir own language.
--Groenvil News, 9th.
111'11 iiu Re- lect.
All hbonor to Otto Kiottnor, theo
mayor of Newberr3. A circus wanit
od a license to0 show in that towni on1
'Thanksgiving Day, and the mayor
refused to grant it, as he did not bo
lieve it was in keeping with thle day
to have a circus performantco. in
these times, when even Sunday is
turned into a day of aumusemenit, it
is refreshing to hear of an intstanco
like this. The people olf Nowberry
should1( re ehoot Mrr. Klottneltr, if he
wvill serve theml. --Bam.berg Herald,
iJuanlped on a Ten Penniy Natl.
'Tho lit,tle daughter of Mr. J. N. [Pow-.
oil jumped on an inIvertedI rake mado(1 of
ton ponnliy nails, and thrust, ont nail
l'ntlro).v through her foo.. and ai *'con1d
one half through. Chtamberhains' Pain
i3aim was promptly apploed and five
minutos lator the pain had disappoaredI
and no more suffering was ex porienced,.
in three days thle ohild was wearing
hor shoo as usual and withs absolut,ely
nol discomfort. Mr. Powell is a wel
known me'rchtant, of F'orkland, Va.
Palit Balm is an antiseptic and heals
suich injurie without maturation and
in one-third the time required by the
asual treatment. For sale by W.E.
Go to Jones' restaurant for a good
Ineal on short notine. nt tEl
"nut.-, . el rrfm , I lfe ISx inun.. N f r. . f t -
rl I t",ul r see - Mist, tuafnfl ti."ne .f : N . l
Forest IiroH Ir'1 raging in Nlihssouii
tmd A\ r'italilas, <doing minch <lauiagfe
o t im ber.
'io inining t,ewnl of I'hiies', W.
Va . wa-4 1early wilel ot by fire.
Opera ivyes in Nort h rn C t iIni
Dills aur coing co ot.h to work; over
200 lave loft Nashua, N. It., ro
'Iho St. Louis expoitlion lithori
it,H have securml I i aeros of grt'ticlel,
vit.h the rtiignificont. buildings I bore
mn, for hohling the worl's fair.
An Aloricai woman his bioonl ar
esteot in Paris for attoipting to
Mlr. Jamesivi W\addelll liowdlou is to
le nairriel on tho 20th in,t. to Nilis
billie Mario iullam, of Washingtot.
Mr. Howdon is well known in this
Stato, having for at time 11'n editor
of T'ho ('otton Plant.
Mr. N. G. Gotnzales, editor of The
Stato, iaun Miss Lueio larron, were
married yeesterdalty morning at tho
britlo's home in alanling. Miss Bai roi
was reecoutly 'ho Stato lbrarian,
which position she rtsignaed. It is
understood that after the coullo ar
rives iii Columbia, they will pro
cedon at bridal tour to New York
and other Northern cities.
V hilo 'p1osntin: huntinig Iear Char.
lotto a few nights ago, Messrs. W. P.
Young and Stevo Connell wak ced in
to an old gold mine in which there
was about live foot of wateer. They
woro accomlanid by Mr. S W.
ilaxwoll, and when lie mnissedi his
companions and recoived no ro
Hioneo to his wl *ops ho started for
his homoe, thinkmig the other two
hunters had alroaly goio thaither.
'Thl imprisoned gentloen raiisdetl a1
rack-,t, but dlidi n it succeeod in making
thoms'lves hoar.I intil next morning,
wholn their shouts arrostotl the at,
tent ion of it colorel laborer, who let,
down at grap, vino tnd,l by its atlt
they climbed out of the well, greatly
'xhaustod by theeir long tnd in the
Wat er.-IancaiIster Ledger, 13th.
W\ith at postotliro tnonmy order bu
siitess of $1,.t)t)d00 a dyl)'- "lncio
Saitn" lost. l) iispaymunt only $174
last year. Not at had record for a
Magistrate C. C. \Wis, of Battos
burg, has promptly coiltliod with
the Goverior's order tha lie show
lansUMi why he should not be reioved
from otlict its retluestld by Solicitor
T'lurme,ond in the mat tor of the r.o
lase of C. W. Sollee, who so su'ri
.1usly shot1 Mr. Asbhill som1e daysN ag~o,
itd thle result is that the magist rate
a not to be remioved but it has boonu
mgg'stedl to hliml that the bond be0
very mlateri ally inlcreast di, which has
R'0n dione to the amnounit of $2,000.
The~ postollice at Pendleton wats
mitnred by burglars last Mlonday
light about 12 o'clock. The safe
was blown ohpen1 and Qo registered
paiekago aund a few stamps carried
1ff. T'het estimted~@t damalige is about
Chicago dealers have formed an egg
trust and areu endeavoring to corner
Auctioneer John Love, of Spartan.
burg County, has in his possess5ion ai
pistol thatt is indleed a curiosity. It
was manufactured in England inI
1772 aund brought be by Emas
Scruggs who went to England from
Portsmouth, Va. He is fatlher of
A. S. Soruggs of this city and is now
87 years old. The trigger and ham.
mnor of t his old style shooting iron
is under the barrel while the handle
is at right angles to the barrel.
To The 'u,bite.
Allow me to say a tew words in pr1aise
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I had
a very severe cough and co'd lad foutr
ed I would get pnleumonia, biut aif~u
taking the second diose of this medicine
I felt. better, three bottles of It cured
miy cold and1( the paisos In my chest dis
alppdaredl entirely. I ama respectfully
yours for health, R1AL~PH S ME.Y.ns,
Va. F'or sale by W. i'. Pelham.
IFor BHillusnes, ,J'iunico. e'tc., use0
Palmetto Liver Medicine. 10 cent.s at,
Dr. Van SmIth's Drug Store. ly
I"resh Saraitoga (Obit.s at Jones5'. 3t tff
llouse ando lot. Apply to
t&f Lf. PTuos. lF. H ARMbON.
Luambe-ri Lumtbarll for Sale.
Good sound R1oughedge at, 10 per
lunidred. Squiare Lumber alt 500. We
IPre also prepared toi fill bills on short
10tico. 1LONG & IIAVIRDI,
t-f Silver Street, 8. C.
Meals served in good style, the very
jest the muarikt affords at JR. J. MII
er's restauorant, near postoIilco3. t &f Lf.
Turkeys wanted at the Newherry
9 Take it all the year round--Palmeoto
lvoer MedIcine. 10 cent,s at Dr. Van
smit.h's Drug Store. 1
For a good, square meal, go to IIa
diller's restaurant, near' the post
1i()4('l14N'4 IN A 4.t'1 &
1n V '' . / --re'dl ao aavol o,m 1t a Mae r
) t n, t t t rnit fror t ht'Ir 4ita "'n .
tt'' '' . S. ('., NOV. 12. A tYtin
Ila;t'' t- ( :;iting Citlzenltl of liL'4i 4 3i '
l''Il' ((.11-'ud111nt , htlst. I da'l y
It I t i l4'~ tit it':tlt,t44 ll id .va114' (I
t .' nl) 44 I , i a w ith ii it I i .,; t-l t l ol,,.
1l' a e 1 t htir:C nv rt is w' terte told tIhat
the - I nl t, lit-y wm ult! hold l 'rn ip.r t
sottily rt ,1o'sible for the'l- presIlte of
the t-Ihlt''s there in the fulturte, andl that
+un)Inary proceed ini.s would he4 take'n
if th) .' not i-''e> were dIisrt'ga1rdet'dl. ('it
ir.'1)s of adtlj,)ining IoWn1vsh it1i mauku eo'ml
loon caluse wvit,h the aull i-Jlornion a1gi
t41'rs a/44d ptromilise in the county la
i,'rs tIo assist in ain' mneatsurtes no i't't -
itry to exp I the elders, t)r worso.
"ILa.t winlter an inf:ant, ChiI of mine
hadt cloup in at violent formn," satv4 I',
der John W. Rt,gers, it (hristilan I':van
t_relist., of I1'ilIIy, Alo. "I gave 'ir I a few
dost's of (hambt et"rlatin's (ouhl Ril.---d 1
and in i short time ill In ge'r vas
1at.t 1amel the child recovered." 'I'his
renmt'edy not only t1"etire eroup . hitt, tWhen
riven ats son as the fir"t symptoms ap
Ilnr'. w ill trevl'nt the tt tck. It (!on
tatins lit) 444 iin or otlt'r harmilful Su1)
rtanclt'e andl miiay' be ivt'n I-4 t'onlidll' tly
to at b.lh as to anl aidult. Por. ,.tle h'y
W. E. I't'Ihtam.
Th4e I)umkltr Qmtnrttlt'.
A ftir aud4ilen4C'e was at lt opera
house last, night. to hear the Quakvr
tluart,ttt''. undler tihe auuspi"'.rs of th .e
l et14uml ('"ursc of the ei.y. Ih' tt
trti'ionl was onte of ats good ais Iha vilI v'r
been hiadu'( here and the audeii''en wls
well satilsied with t,be eveing's t'ntt'r
tainmlent. I he solos, 'o)lgs ttn1 Ieeita
ltions ,.'vre all good,
. F'ir'n.n's Ulso44 c;a1.
"I rtuck (t4 ty engine, although
vvery joint nrhetl an(1 every ner'vt' was x
racked with iin,"' Writes (C. WV 101a.
mly, at lo('ototive fir'enltln, of BUtrlilg..
tonl, lowa"tt, "I wans weak fin .4 11lt, with
IIut att1y appletile ando all. tinl dlotu 1. As
I was atth, nt to give up), I gol I, h4tlit' ttl'
Ilect tie Hit ters, and ifter Inking it, I
feit as well ats I 'ver (f ill in tity life."
\Venk, sickly ru 1dOwn p1topl Il1 tlys
gailt new lift, s'irenigtht ati vigor fromn
their u se. Try thieln. Sat i'*f:,c iton
guini'anItt'ed by atll t' dru.ti ists P'rin'e5I,'
You can rnnko your har
ne to as loft as a glove
andi na toughina 6 wir by
1i8n ; I3(TIt EKA lanr.
\ qne 01i. You a,til
lengthen Its life-make ai
taet twice as long a a
mnkes a poor look int har
n,:-i like ne'wt". M'ln,ii. of
pure. heavy ot:vle I'll es.
pe.'Iney prepatre<* to w"ih
atland tho w"t4athe'r.
t?'.t evemrwhere 1
In1 t'anls--nl s.as.
Made by STANDARD OIL tO.
Land for Sale.
builj(jines, c'ontainin44. we:' of oa d 0. wa
ter. Situa114ti n Salud 4411 iv 'r 44ear4
Si f 3mo's F--rryl'. IR.'asonan1i Iii ern''14
I'or full inlformation a441b111r4
P'ro14nrVy S I'
Sale of Personal Property.
I WVILL1. SELL41. AT PUBit .'-ALi':.
Alt10 '4h ( ol omeo'nad, (oc 8.4 ur-' .
oif Nl r3' Jeru,v'4 ha A. il'e-o, 4u., . td.
co-,ineL (t hou-hlohl 1d ,c i 44ben
ful it1 r144. ,1 ( ) 4.'. (L ',t .
4. . P . \duo n - ra1 I' r.3
Ferry to Let.
I WIL 1.1. EII AT '\l MY I.1:Il.: IN
New berr~ onl 1' ttodayi, N(ov441en4
30.th, 1901, for Ite 4 purposeC (if Ietinog the
con4traclt 1444 i'uunin t4.rIhe ferry'~ knlownI
Riv.er, for4 the' year14 1902. Bids mu44t, b..
sealedl. Right reLserve.d to rej-'et anyi
andl( all bid5. J1. M scii ChlPElilT,
Su perv. isor' N e. w her''~ ryt ount y.
Ferry to Let,
I WILL BE A'T MY OFFICE IN
New berriy 04n SaItur4dav, Novemher'4
304th, 1901, for t.he purp1oNo of let ting
the contralct. for r'unn11i thet. f''rry
know..n as Hlenderson's Ferev, over
Enor'ee r'iver, for the yeatr 190L .Hui44
muilst be seal1ed. Right.s r'eser4ved to.
re4jcCt anly anld a14 hids1.
J. M. 8&H U.\I PER ',,
Suip'rvisor Newberryv ( 'ountiy.
We r'd 4.
I ann founce asCI a41 candidate(141 for A I
dermanU44 fromIt Wal4rd1 4, and41 is pledgedZ~t to
aiihde the resulIt of the Dem4iocratie pri1
Contract to Let.
Ferry 4a'r ss Broad River, on.4' (4
Froidaly, November 29thi, 190(1 for (he
purp)ose oif lel tag the eontr'ae' for run
ning the ferry for the yeoar 190)2.
J1. M. 8 'IHUMPERT~I
Nov. 14, 1901.
Not ,ce to Overseers.
T H E OVIER'ICR4S 01" T'Il J COUN
ty are her'eby no'l1lied to 4 complete
the six dav 4.s work (on the0 public* roads1
as reqirled bay law. SaId wor'k mrust
b.1r 15th. J1 M. S(.:II\N1PE'El
Notice of Final 8ottiluicnt anid fIscharI'g.
N OT'[CE IS IIEREBY (;IVE.N
N that I willI make ai fia S-ttle.
mlent on4 thle es$tate of Mrs Katir- MIella
Bray, former'ily M iss 1(4' Ic M:ia Smnit,
a minifor in the Priobate Court fair New
berry Countv,a 8 0., (on I'bursdaly the~
2list day oIf November, A. 1). 1901 11(
wIll IImedlately (hereafter aIpply for
Letters of Di)siory.
M El K E\1 PsO\'
Gulardh114 of 841(1 (\Ii lOr.)
Octnhne 18th 190*1.
is prepared to clean
and press your old
clothes. Cleaning and
pressing pants a spe
cialty. Send with your
'aundry anything you
iay have in this line.
My wagon will call for
and deliver packages I
to any place in the city.
If our work pleases you
tell others. If not tell
BIJ. N THI iNIlT AI.
We Have the Lamps.
Lamps Cheap, but
Not Cheap Lamps!
Also all the requisites for the Toilet:
Razors, -Strops. Lather Brnsbes,
Slaing and Toilet Soaps, Toilet
Powters and Perfumiery
We invitto your patronago
... T HE ...
L E. WATERMAN
Suitable and conveni
ent for Book-Keepers
and College Students.
to be had.
Plantations For Rent:
J hAVE IlIE FOLLOWING PLAN.
I ai o.us whieb I would like t.o rent
for neixt year:
On' tract on Eduaulick, known as a
part, of the "llill Plac"-245 acree
four- hors. farm Two houses;, good
well of water adl w ater cour- s on the
A iother plantation, known; as the
' uck Natterwhit.e PlIace." near P-. U.
Smith's--four-horse farm. Dwelling
houise and three tenant houses and con
veniences on the place. App4 to
t3t Jalap. S. ( ,
Notice to Creditors.
NE-Wii R-:itY ('OUNTY'.
M. Mi ii atris, as. adin)1fistrator, &C,
Cagpanah \L, iumb,ly, et al.
4IlLAND) SlNGULARJ THEI
.-.LXcredii:o B of J.imes Y Harris,
decease-d, are nereby r. qluired t,o rer.drr
in andl etabli1sh t.heir clatns aiinst
saide (decasedl before me at my ollice in
the town of Newhe-rry, on or before the
sixi ectith day3 of D)ecember, 1901, and
all the cred itor's of the sahlddeeased
are hereby enjoi ned from p)rosetut,ina
their claiim,e except as~ he-rein provided. "I
Guis and Amniunition,
My store is well stocked with guns,
and I can fur-nish you wit,h ull makes
at the lowest prices No dlefective
guns creep) into my stock. They are C
ceul'(ly selected and are guaran teed.
Miy line of Sporting (loods is Complete. '
Rifles, Air- Guns, Leggins,
Hunting Coats, Caps,
Bolts Etc., Etc.
I do all Kind of Repair Work. Lr
Iicyc-lr ni eye-leIf iyclpeit A0
Hicycles and Hicycle Hundries alway e
n hand. And repair work dlOne on ,Con
hrt, notice. My pr'ies are reason. I Var
I'. Q. JHoozer.'s Old Stand, Main Street,
OUR PRICE S
ARE SO SMALL
We will sell for the next thirty days:
ull Cream Cheese, Tarbell's, at 15c. per lb.
Golden Rod, 15c. " "
l" Boxes Star Lye for 25c.
E Bars Octagon Soap, 25c.
25 Bars Yellow Soap, 25c.
1 lbs. Good Coffee, $1.00
lbs. Arbuckle's for 25c.
Wo carry a full line of groceries-Flour, Meal, Bacon, Lard, Sugar,
lolasses, in fact everything in the grocery line. Give us a call and see
)r yourself. We also sell Nails at 3 and 3.e. p"r lb. Horse and Mule
hoes at lowest prices. Bust kind Solo Leather at -40c. per lb. Good at
>c. per lb. A full line of Tin, Crockery and Glassware at lowest price.
Mr. Lawson Bobb and Mr. 11. F. Addy will be glad to see their friends at
The Smith Co.,
Mittle Corner, Newberry, S. C.
We wll1 not sell to you our stock of merchan
lise at your offer--a hundred cents on the
lollar. That was our words to one of the
Largest Merchants in America.
We bought them for the people of N ewberry,
3. C., and surrounding country. We know
hat we have succeeded in buying our goods
Cheaper than All Others
lave bought their goods. We know we have the BEST VALUE for the
IONEY. and all who trade with us ecknowledge that we offer the
greatest Qarga ins on gEarth!
MORE GOODS FOR LESS MONEY!
Never since we have been in busiuo ss hve we sold more goods than we
old in the past Imonth.
lT is Cheap! Cheat quotations in anl dv< r i ement are
U s nothing but printer's ink. oe offer you
Aeutino BARGAINS. Every cuestoer is a living advertisement for us.
0.KL ETTN ER,
The Fair and Square Dealer.
WE fiT TIE FAD,TOTIT.T
EW STOCO PICKWtK !
yyo moe.c m tosu. Your trNy
EIlkN SrNO BINGrT R -A WORD
W e f t. o u h e n l l t h e s f a l ! r u e T r u ! P ic s h a atfca l -
ry lso Ard w cary he -;ml sockof owe prce ly o-ting astell
In aditio, wecarr a fll s .. o' )r top ,u ard aig tss, &e.
We wat. yur bsines, tu'3 ~ i do all nd u wilr too plase wald
on yutmoey.Comotoeeasu Yors tuly
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Wam i o call yto
ENSINES r an - Tm a n i fdps mad oa
m smal platatio mdo,tothh
lorad nn i iul,fr s and l co o all'
>pet :nnn styvtems, Lummhe,
Winke ad Tomas Emhie Glc W.RUM ven . Cal.n F oD.
a ier,aw,Gn ins.kfo quc' 14 8.M W R P,r o.T.
owrery.an . 4.WLSN W,o UT
For Fo.E3as a M i JeaN.t M. e K i D, Pr ent.
182 MainSt. olubi. i de Th .B. AE R, . F.liocil W IH T,