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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
T'A 1' 1) ('O 'VE'JNTIONS OF
tills Le e will bo field the 2nd
acid 4th Tuesday nights of each tmonth
at 8.00. Visiting Knights cordially
welcomted. 'Ti( )S. 1E. E>'I N (,
K. of It. and S.
Crot-well Hotel Bulliink.
Wo Need Mioney.
We loie our 81ubsci0i'rs and those
who owe Ili on other account,s will not
forget to cali at the ollico alnd settle.
Cotton is coining iln an,11d it will take a
very smaill part ef t bale of cotton to
pay your subscription arnid we hg you
to romember this S'nlnll matter. In
many cas-s we have been waittmig long
and patiently. tf.
When you get lo.wney's Citc~lte
and iBun Bons you get the be, manu
factured. We keep then fresh in
packages or loose S It. .Jones.
Fresh oysters all the t imre, at It. J.
Miller's restaurant. t&f tf.
A I.OL Cow.
My cow strayed or was stolen from
my pasture on Friday, November 22nd.
The cow was a bright brindle with
light yellow nose. Weight about 65
or 70 lbs. to quarter, in good order. A
suitable reward will be given to any
one notifying mec as to whereabouts.
J. 13 KOoN,
t 26 'omaria, S. C.
Fresh shipment of Lowney's famous
Chocolates and Bon Bons just received
in packages and bulk. Itemember we
are solo agents for Newberry.
S. B Joncs.
0ow For Sale.
For sale-A mileh cow apply to B.
C. Mathews. f& t.
Fruit Cakes at Jones'. 3t t ff
Lowneys Chocolates and Bon Bons in
packages of } to 5 pounds each at
Meals served in good style, the very
best the market alfords at R.. J. 1I ii
ler's restaurant, near postollice. t &f tf.
Money to Loan,
Five years time at 7 per cent. interes',
securedby first mortgage on improved
Hunt, Hunt & Ilun-ter, Attorneys.
"Lowney's'' is St,a'llpe1 on every
piece and you Can get ttemn only at
'I'ho I.eo, ric 8k s le,
Tle B3 tehelor Maids are getting up
an en errainment. aid will soon present
the "lx.rbition of the Deestrick Skule
of Fifty Years Ago " Furt.her announce
ment will be made later.
St eped 11n0 Live Cow1i.
"W'hen a child I burned nmy foot
fright1 1ly," writes W. H. Eads, of
Jonesville, Vat., "which caused horrible
leg soret for 30 years, but Bucklen's
Arnica Stlve wholly cured me after
everything else failed. I nfallable for
Burns, MSals, Cuts, Sores Bruises and
Piles. S Ld by all dIruggists. 25o.
A ILuthI' rn Minister Itesignsa.
Rev. WV. I. H1iller, who has been
serving G rat Church, Prosperity, as
pastor for the past year or more, on
Sunday mornIng tenideredi his resigna
tion to the congregation. RLev Hliller
Is a p)opular young minister antd is es
teemed very highly throughout, the
A Raging, IRnaring Floodi.
Washed diown a telegraph line wvhieb
Chas. C. Ellis of Lisbon, 1a., had to re
palir. '"Stand intg waIst, deap in, Icy
wate'r," lhe writes, "'gave meut a ter'rible
coldi and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally thel- best docltoa rs ini )akhlmd,
Neb., Sioux City and1( Omahi' sai,l I had
Consumuption)1 and could ntot live. 'lThen
I began using Dr. King's New D)is
covery and( wins wholly curedt by six
bottles." Positivel y guaroniteed for
Coughs,Colds and all Throat andl Ln~ng
troubles by all druggists. Piie 50c.
Union Thanksgiving Services will be
held In the Central Methodist~ Church
at 11 o'clock next Thursday morning.
Sermon by Rev. Gao. A. Wright. The
offering will be for tile Orphanage.
Anyone desiring to do so may enclose
the offering in an envelope and direct
the disposit,ion of it as they wish.
Oures Vancer, BLood P'otson, Eating Sores
Costs Nothxing to Try.
Blood poison and detadly cancer are
the worst and most deep-seated blood
diseases 0on earth, yet, the easiest to
cure when Botanic Blood Ihlmn Is uised.
If you have blood poisor, pr-oducing ul-.
core, bone p)ains, pimplesC, mlucouIs
patches, falling hair, itching skin,
scrofula, old r'heumnat.ism or' offensIve
form of catar'rh, scabs antd scales,
deadly cancer, eating, bleeding, fester
ing sores, swellIngs, lumps, persist,ent
wart or sor'e, take Botanic Blood BIalmn
(B. B. B). It will cure even the worst
ease after everything else fails. B B
B. drains the poison out of the system
and the blood, then every sore heals,
mnaking tile blood purt'oeand rich, and
building up the broken diown body.
Botanic Blood Brlm (B. 13. BI.) tbo
r'oughly tested for 30 years. Drug
st,ores, $1 per, large bottle. Tlrial treat
ment free by writing Blood Balm Co.,
Atlanta, Ga. De'scribe trouble and
free medical adivice given until cured.
B. B. B. (1oes not contaitn interal
p)oisons or meroniry (as so many adver
tised remedies do), hut is comp osed of
Pure Botanic Ingredients. Over 3000
testimonials of cures by tadcIng Botanic
Blood Balm ( B. B. B.)
Ladles to do writ,ing at hotme at. $20
per month. Etnclose st amped adidreseed
envelope for particulars.
tf Fort Lawn, 8. C.
Persons having busIness with the
Coun~ty Superin tettdent of Education
Will pease call at, his offlee on Mondays
and Saturdays, as those are his ollice
days. Eugn, S. Weta Bunn4. tf
VARIOUS AND ALL An)Ur.
Christmas is just one mo?tth of.
T1ursday will bo Tlhankiglvintr day.
Vork on the M otlohon Cotton Mill
is progressing nicely.
'1'here will he a general suslpension
of business on 'l'hursday.
"Other People's Money," at the op
era house Saturday night.
The miorehants are begintning to get
In and display their Christmas wares.
A traveling evangelist held a service
on the court house ateps Saturday af
Shc r;U lin ford catpttred and brought
to Noewherry Saturday George 1%,iT, col
ored, charged with larceny.
Christmas is getting in the air and
the ch ildren are writing to santa el tus
t'-lling him whitt they want.
Mr. lieddoes is progressing nicely
with his survey of the town p'eparatory
to waking maps for putting in sewer
Mayor Klettner issues a thanlc- iv
ing proclamuattion. ''he pulic will take
notice and govern themselves accord
The town primary is on today. The
races in three of the wards in which
there is opposition, are creating some
The Eclipse Stock Company, a
troupe of Comedians, opened a three
nights engagement at the opera house
S. B. Jones has a full line of fruits,
etc., which go to complete a thanks
giving dinner. His restaurant is up-to
date. See Ad.
An extra Communication of Amity
Lodge No. 87, A. F. M. will be held
Friday night for the purpose of confer
ring the M. M. degree.
Superintendent of Education Eugene
S. Werts has started out on his rounds
visiting the schools of the county. lie
started on his rounds today.
Morgan Snurry, colored, showed us
yesterday a quilt which he will exhibit
at the Charleston Exposition, which
he pieced on a sewing machine. It was
a nice piece of work.
Treasurer EIpps killed three hogs a
few days ago, the smallest of which
weighed 373 lbs. When he is not busy
collecting taxes, he enj-)ys himself eat
ing puddings and sausage.
Local talent is rehearsing and will
so1 n present the "Witches' -Revenge,"
in the opera house. The entertainment
is being gotten up by the ladies who
have in charge the getting up of funds
for an exhibit at the Charleston Expo
The Atlantic Coast Line on account
of the meeting of the Southern Educa
tional Association at Columbia, Decem
ber 26th, to 29th, will sell round trip
ttckets at the rate of one fare for the
round trip, plus $2 for membership fee.
Tickets on sale December 22nd to 26th,
limited to January 5th, 1902
Col. George Johnston spent Sunday,
1r. James McIntosh spent, Friday
night In Columbia.
Maj. and Mrs. 10. H Auli wen t t o
Mr. A. Hi. Kohn, of Columbia, was in
t,he cit,y y esterday.
R. HI. Welsh, Esq., left yesterday for
Union, on law business.
0. L. Schumpert, Enq , is in Spartan
burg on ollcial business.
lion. H. H. IEvans made a business
trip to Atlanta Saturday.
Dr. E". C. Jones is In Laurens this
week on p)rofessionIal business.
WV. D Mayfield, 1F-q., arrived in New
berry Suinday on a few days visit.
Mi rs. T. J. Lipsomb, of Columbia,
Is visit,ing her sister, Miss S. Pope.
Mr. Gieo. M. Kinard returnedl Sunday
from a few days visit t,o Columbia anid
Rev. C. E. Todd, of Due West, is in
the city. He is working in the interest,
of Erskine College.
Mr. Geo. W. Summer returned Sat
urdlay from Charleston where he had
been on a short, business trip).
Clerk of Court Jno. C. Goggans was
confined to his home a few days last
week, with an attack of Asthma.
Miss Craddoek, has returnied from a
visit, to relatives and friends at Pendle
ton and other places In the tip-county.
Associate Justice Y. J. Popeiwent to
ColumbIa yesterday to o present, at
the opening of the Supreme Court, this
Mr. George WV. Summer, Preslident
of the Mollohon Manufacturing Co.,
went to Spartanburg yesterday. HIe
will return today.
Mrs. Fannie Gilliam, and her mother
in-law, Mrs. M. E Gilllim, who have
been on a visit, to relativesin Newberry,
returned to their home in Spartanburg
We hop1e none of our readers wil
fail to read the ad. of Jamnieson, the
head to foot clothier. Trhere is no
quest,Ion about It, Jamieson Is (ffering
the most substantial bargains in cloth
ing, shoes and furnishing goods, ever
before offered the Newberry p)ublic. Heo
not, only gives you thie best qualit,y for
least money, but, he saves you dollars
on every purchase. Trhis: Is no Idle
musing, but will be found to be sol1(1
fact,s. Read what he says and take ad
vantage of what hie oilers.
Ladies and gentlemen to do writ ing
at home for a Nursery Co. $20) peri
month for one year. Porfectly relia
ble. Apply to
Mrs. U. V. Spear'man,
f&A t 4t. Old Town, S. C.
TIOSIC TO Eilt Vo'CTICl Fl'OL.
The'o oliat(N WVho are Ini Itho Iase for
Illnyor t sonf A 1I'r .in. it to be i'4) (,4
The first pr'in)ary eltection for Ailator
at),l Al-lerncu is hing hclci to(lV, an.
for the coenvenint'ce of th(" Voters we
aan pub is a1 ist f the I)C 'anidiati
which is as follow .:
Ward 1--It. K. Iilttl arnd E. A\. ('.lr
W'Var d 2 --1P. (..J ones.
WV;ard 3 E'dtiltrd S'hoItz.
iard 4.1. J Langford, I". J. Nos
sell and .1. A Snn.
Ward 5 --S. K. It mknight and It .1.
THil l.' ; I-: 'lT r.: .
The botkics of registration will be
opel tolorrow ai'I voters vat) registt r
lls they go to vote.
Te um1111b1r of votes registired up to
yesterday afternoon was as follow.:
Wai'd 1 89 ; Ward 2 28 : \Vard . 22
Ward -1 91 ; Waird 5 144l. Total, .174
The polls opened this morning at 8
o'clock and will close at 4 this afternoont!
The )ebatern Selecteti by the LIIi'rary Mo
cletios of Nt'wborry College for tlho
Anniversary Exercien Next
The Excelstor and Phrenakosmian
Literary Societies of Newheriry College
will hold their anniversary exercises
in the opera house next March.
At the meeting of the societies on
last Friday the speakers for the occa
sion were selected. The subject to be
debated has not yet been chosen, but,
wil4 be announced later.
Mr. C. W. Summer has been elected
by the I:xcelsior Society, to presido at,
Debaters-C. 1). I'Imore and W. F.
Orator -J. W. lalentine.
'll RINAROSM IAN SOC1I1TY.
Debaters-C. L. Wessingcrand S. 1'.
Orator-il. A. 1F'ul mer.
I'll IOMA''IIIAN SOCliT:''Y.
Essayist-To be selected.
At Mayer Mtfeo(noriai.
Rev. C. 11 Armstrong is preaching
an interesting seri'-s of sermons at the
Mayer Memorial. lie began last Sun
day night, when he delivered an excel
lent sermon on the life of Abraham.
Next Sunday night Joseph will be the
subject of liscourse. The public is in
vited to attend these services.
House and lot. Apply to
t&f t,f. Tnos. 1'. H ARMON.
All Connections Made.
The C., N. & L. makes connection at
Laurens to all places lit the upper part
of the State, Spartanburg and Augusta,
and is the quickest route to all t,bese
point., 'l'he roads with which it, con
niects all wait on its connections.
The Nowberry College football team
will play the team of the Sout,h Car'o
lina Co-ECducational Institute on t,he
A ugusta gridiron Thanksgiving D)ay,
the 28th. The hoys hiave been having
regular praclitiee andt we expect, them to
put up a good game.
TWO Chiliren hurtled to DeOatha.
T1wo children of H ilany Copeland
(colored) aged about nine and three
y'&ars, wvho live on Mr'. -N. W. Grillin,
place about one mile north of' Jalapa,
were burned to death yesterday,
(Monday). Same old story. Left
alone in house.
A P'oor MIllionaIre.
La,'tely ata.rved in London b)ec'ause he
coiuldl not dligest his food. Early use
of D)r. King's Newv L ife Pills would have
savedi h im. They strengthen the
stomachel, aidl digestion, promote assimi
lation, improve app)etite. Price 25e.
Money b)ack if not, satisfied. Sold1 by all
Notice to such as have suirered less from
During the past session of the
General Assembly a resolution was
passed the House, constituting each
county delegation a committee to
ascertamn the amount kind and value
of all property destroyed by mnen
diarism, or supposod incendirism,
in their respective counties during
the ensning year, and report the
same at the next session of that body.
Complying with that resolution I
ask that every ome wvho has suffered
loss in this way, fronm Jan. 1901 to
Jan 1902 will report as the resolution
requires, to myself at Slighis, or to
one of the representatives located at
Trho alarming frequently of this
crime for the past few years seems
to require somne more searching and
i[nquisitoialt plan of proceduro in
down anid briniging to justice this
class of criminals.
John F. Banks.
Slight S. C. Oct. 18th 1901..
Va.garles of a~ Cold.
You chan never' be quite sure where a
cold Is going to hit, you. In the fail andt
wint or' it may settle in thb owels, pro
ducIng severe pain. D)o niot he alarmed
nor torment your'self wvith fears of ap
pendlelhiI. At, thle first sign of a cram ii
take Perry D-ivis' Painkiller In warm,
sweetenedi water and relief comes al
once. There is but one Palokiller
Perry Davin' 25i and 50 etc.
We have c
ness, and in
us to close c
tory of Newb
selection of g
This is no bog
tomned to, but
charged to any <
every one take a
EAK~ES THE EA
Notice to (Ireditors.
(l 10Citt t(1 di l iT 11Ols (I IAul' <>lccm
her 2, 1901. I I. II. Il K A 1W1,
.IL - t ir.
Afar ter's Ollice, Nov 11, 1 IIII.
Notice of Final Settio
ment and Dischargo.
N0 OTie'I IS IiclilY CIVI:N
.. that I will make at final s.ttle
mlet, onl the esitaLte of TIhos. G;. AI,v bin,
E *Pcse, in theI Proba te C our hi -
New herry cLount y, S. C , on Tues-h'u ,
the 1 0th d1ay of I >ecember.!t, A . I). I190 ,
at 11 (J'clock I. mI., and( williei
attely thereafter appn for l'!tters d is
mlssory. AI A. CA\II,ISI-10,
Nov. 9, 1901. A dminiistrator.
ManM8 all wool anit.a. $5 00 at Wo nt.nnH
I N. V A.:AATA. -0 :IQV l.dt1a
lecided to rr
order to do
)ut our entire
erry has ther
>ne, no goods to
.dvantage of this
Notice to Cr'editors
Kat(14' Al Sillr, 3Lliilf, agafinsIILt~ th
llom Ala'l'ire Li lrtction A1,,
F 11i il C 0 Ol'D (l'() I () e I )iii-1
olSut oln re h.I'31 Ll ler e qui red0 I)
mr O,iIM be fore i me L on 1 or b lefl Decem
hr 2. It),nheirli iIlCI creitorae J n-1
AI aCt.f'r's~ ( )liCe, Nov'. 9, 19(01.
Notice ci Final8Sctliccat anid Dlischarge.
. that Iwill n,ake a final etU,I,e
the It; b d.tv of I) eraibr, A I) I190l,
atI I n' oc Ik aL m , aril w'ill ita ied'I -
aut'ly teafn,'r uapp'y for' lett.s (li's
saII ,id stat wil pay2 the 51ame 0n or' bie
tote t.hat, dla m.
N'ov. Ii, 1901.I
Seed Wheat for Sale.
ri T l()i' WVIt0 NI''I I"D Sl-'i CL2A S
. Send W\hti, (enn get, it byV apply13
ting ho MIr. .1. I). Nance' The,4 wheat is
t he' ( !urrell's 1'roli le v ttrie . lI'r
hundr(1 ed and one huishel s of dry w he,Lt,
wer th resuhied from 18t a Icres'. ( het your
seeOd wheait beOfore all Is ioli. AIplIy to
J . D. NJance fort prieo.
4.t. T 'H OS W. I( 1''.1T
L sed Out!
ike a change in our busi
Bo, makes it necessary for
stock. Never in the his=
e ever been such a choice
BE COSED UUT
-t, such as you have been accus
During this sale no goods will be
be sent out on approval. Let
sale which begins
r 26, 1901.
ie Head to Foot Clothier.
At Oir Na Fallaaatir W11'rStocklofCio?liiing
81oes lMs mal Ft1riisliings.
WVe <lon't talk very much abot low )pices, butlf whenm it
comes to iuality we have soImething to say. It has beeni
II~H t~ tity fin- l s, ~in jhc rvIIwa'ai oI
stylIish to thme iperfect satisfaction of th e buyer
WE HAVF NEVER BEEN UNDERSOLD WHE;
THE QUALITY WAS CONSIDLRED.
an< l ) lisli iiig ta arcfew < u 1) >--tO-(Itc ever ly Hits
t he yea (in si tyle, cinality, ri andl newniess
'IHE EWART-PIFER CO.,
Under The Newborry Hotel.