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KY (3orTON MnAItIfIT.
t 1-weekly by C. J. Purcell
December 19, 1901
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ol kinds at Jones'. tf 2t
Where can I get the
Miar ON & SAI irt'S,
- and pay Wm.
n what you owe
.1Lumber For Sale.
nOW ready to fill orders for lum
- hort notice. Located within
1i6 OR town. Give tme your orders.
Geo. B. Summer.
d Nuts, Fruits and anything
eod for Chrietmas dinner a,
- t&f 2t
bpd rings and wa,ches at Dan -
- elory store. f & f 2t.
and pay Wm.
:Son what you owe
- ros.' Roller Mille, at Kinards,
I.grind on Fridays and Satur
;oh week. t &f 16t.
:'Oysters all the t ime, at R. J.
.'restaurant. t&f tf.
au and pay Wm.
.)son what you owe
r for sale. Address 8. B.
'Inen, call and see the hand
6 of Lowney's packages-the
y made. 8. B. Jones. t&f2t
tgest and flneet line of Xmas
Daniels' Jewelry store ever
ewberry. If you dvubt it go
tood, square meal, go to Bob
restaurant, near the post
I and pay Wm.
on what you owe
d satisfactory repadrin of all
Apply to Melton & Salters.
old stand. f&f 4'..
6OCelery, crisp Saratoga Ch.ip1s
on Wm.H. Eddy, op
ite R. Y. Leavell's, for
Jr Christmas Boxes of
dies, Nuts, Raisins,
He will sell you good
goods cheap. t&f.
The Downfal of China.
na has fallen. We have a few
and fragments of the h:mpire.
'1ll deal these out to our customers
d below cost. We have a full line
(ristmas goods, in fine crockery,
ware, china etc., etc. We will eel 1
.eutf close, to get shed of it by Jan
iso see us before buying your
lien-ware, stoves and tin-ware. WVe
Isave you money.
Yours to serve
- Melton and Salter
- * W. White's old stand. t & f.4t.
-eats serve d in good style. tha very
at. the market affor-d. at Rt J Mit
---a restaurant, near posL.otllcs. t &f tf.
A beautiful lin of orine Diamnond and
ri b roachies, D: anmand slick pinos and
d cuff but.tons reeive'd at DanhIls'
wel, y s'ore to-da,v. f& 2t,
-Call and pay Wim.
_ohnson what you owe
_Ils! D)ol'b ! Lari ge ni( d maill! Dollk
---leepl ati'd DollIs t hat, vry. Dolls~
,. to $3.50 each, at. 8. [3. .Jones.
iliousness, Jaiundicee. etc., use
Liver Medicine. 10 cents at
Smith's Drug Store. 1y'
and pay Win.
on what you owe
r send with wagon your coats,
pants that you want cleaned
ssed. We have experletnced
guarantee all work to be first
-S STnAM LAUNDRY CO.
-y tore will be open until ten-thirty
leeok every night until tbe 25th.
&t 2t. . J. G. D)aniels.
~aoksmith Shop and eIfght, roomrs for
. Mn8e R. L,. PAvsriN(axn. tf
-: CallIand~ pay Win.
ohnson what you owe
I am instructed by the District, Man
ager of this Company to sell the mann
factured products of this mill for st,ric
Therefore I request my customers to
bear- this in mind, and if their orders
are not filled they will know I am fol
Hulls 20 cents per hundred meal
$1.15 per sack.
kNEWBERRY On.. MILL,
Branch of Southern Cotton OIl 0o,
L... W. Floyd, Me .ager.
Palmetto IA"er Medicine cured me
of chronic con8ti patton," writes Jame
Evans, Pled moet, 8. 0J. Sold at Dr.
Van8mith's Drug store. ly
Call and pay Win.
Johnson what you owe
VARIOUs AND ALL AHOU'.
Next Wednesday will be Christmas
Yesterday began our third snow of
The Herald will publisl two papers
next week as usual.
The new council will be sworn in
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock.
See notice of annual meeting of
stockholders of the National Bank.
Overcoats have not been hanging
around idle this week. Not by any
A popu'ar question among the Red
Men at present is: "Are you a hay
The thermom, ters have been playing
hide and seek this week down among
The installation of oflicers of Amity
Lodge A. F. M. will be held Friday
The up trains are more or lees late
every day now, and we suppose will be
unt,il the Exposion is over.
Jamieson's cost sale is still going on
and the goods are moving. No fake
in this sale. Go and see for yourself.
Rev. Dr. S. T. Hallman will preach
in the Church of the Redeemer next
Sunday morning. His subject will be,
"Light in the Darkness."
The "Otto" will be a beauty when it
gets here. If you want to know what
the "Otto" Is, ask any member of the
Excelslor Fire Company.
The annual election of otlicers for the
ensuing year, will be elected by 3ergel
Tribe, No 24, Improved Order of Red
Men, on next Thursday night.
J. F. J. Caldwell, Esq., of Green
wood, is in the city.
Capt. 8. J. McCaughrin, of Birming
ham, Ala., is in the city. He will re
Mr. Robt. Fair, of the Standard Oil
( ompany, will arrive today and spend
Jhristmas at home.
Miss Fannie E. Strother, a very popu
lar and attractive young lady of John
ston, is visiting Mrs. R. D. Wright.
Sheriff Buford and Snpervisor
Schumpert are attending the Good
Roads Convention in Greenville this
Mr. J. A. I)nmirdck's store at Ki
nard's was broi.en into last Friday
night and robbed of about $15 worth of
Miss L,ura E. Bowman, who has
been teaching in the family of Mr. A.
J. Sitton, at Auton, S C., has arrived
home for the holidays.
Crhistmas will soon be over-then
some of the ads. which are crowding
our columns will be dropped, and we
shall give our readers a better paper.
Mr. Geo. D. Currie, hnmorist and
dramatic reader, under the manage
ment of the Alkahart Lyceum Bureau,
appeared at th3 opera house Wednes
day night. The entertainment was
Dr. A. L. Longshore bas decided to
move to town next year to practice his
profession. Hie will move~ In about Jatn
uary 1st. The doctor has many friends
who wIll be pleased to welcome him as
a citizen of the city.
Deputy Sheriff Johnston a few
days ago, arrested a negro, B3elton
Ruff, near Prosperity, charged
with resisting an officer in the
discharge of his duties. HIe refused to
he arrested by I he Constahic at Pros
perity. Mr. Johnston had no I. ouble
in making the arrest.
Mr. Angus' us C. Smith. oif t.he Gent
eral lectric ('om pany, Atlanta, was In
t.he eit y Tu"sd my and addr,e.ssr'd a jolint
mting o'~if t..e Commiissionei~rs of P-ui.
lie wo rk s andl the cit y Coutncil, on thbe
qu. s' len of putt,ing ini a larger., het'er
and cheap,er systemn of electric light s.
The Commilssione rs will take the mat
ter under ad vlsement. It Is certainly
a fact, that there are cIt,izns who pay
faxes In the city wvho haven't got an
elect,rio light on their street and should
'Mr. J. B. Sedenbaugh of the St.
Paul's neighborhood leaves tomorrow
for Washington, New York, Niagra.
Falls and other points of intierest North.
He will take in the leadIng cities
along the St. Laurenco~on the Canadian
side. Mr. Bedlenbaugh is one of our
"tip-lop" "up to date" young men), and
we predict that what he don't know of
Winter Carnival and Toboggan sliding,
when he comes back, won't be down
n t,he advertisement., lHe will be ac
companIed by Mr. Fred Camphell of
Ontario Province of C., who has been
in the county for the last few months.
J1.b Onuldn't Havo stood It.
If he'd Itching Piles. Shey're ter
rlbly annoying; but, Bucklen's Arnilca
Salve will euro the worst case of piles
on earth. It has cured thousands. For
Inju)ries, Pains or Eruptions it,'s the
best salve in the world. PrIce 25" a
box. Cure guarateed. Sold by all
Dr. 3. W. Kinard, a Newberrian who
has been in (Columbia for several years
in the drug business, was married on
Wednesday evening to MIss Annie IE.
Schroeder, an accomplished and popu
lar young woman of that city. Dr. 1K1.
nard is a brother of Rev. M. M. Kinard,
and has many relatives and friends in
Newberry who join hands in best
wishes for him and his in the future.
What's Yonr Vaco Worth?
Sometimes a forttlne, but never, If
you have a sallow complexIon, a jsun
dIced look moth patches and blotches
on the skin,-all signs of Liver Trouble.
But Dr. King's New Litfe Pills give
Clear Skin, Rosey Cheeks, Rich Com
plexion, Onliy 25cents at al drt;sgists.
A 1OSt WA (ION ODIEIIED.
The Uty Counell H,an Closed ti Contract
for a Ieautiful aut HubHta,, tia I IoHoe
wagon for the Excolsiur Fire
The Newberry liremen, who have in
the past served the town so faithfully
and successfully, are soon to be re
warded for their excellent services, by
being provided with more modern and
up-to-date equipment for duty.
At the meeting Tuesday night the
City ('ountil decided to buy a one- I
horse hose wagon, and closed the con
tract with Mr. D M. Wells, who rep
resntls the Racine Fire 1Engine and
Motor Com pany, of South Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, for an up-to date wagon,
with all the latest appliances, neces
sary for good substantial work.
The wagon will be pretty as well as
substantial and strong. It will be
painted garnet, lettered and trimmed
in gold. On each end of the seat'r will
be painted in large letters Otto, the
wagon being nanmed in honor of our I
popular Mayor. On the back of the
scat, belotv the brass railing which
surrounds the seat, the words Excel
sior No 1, will appear, and on each
side of the body, the letters N. F. D.
will be painted-Newberry Fire Do
The wagon is to be shipped within
90 days from the time the order is
placed, and in the meantime prepara
tions will be made for putting in the
wagon, drop harness,ote., at the pres
ent headquarters of the Excelsior Com
The council has not yet taken any
action looking to getting a horse, and
as a suitable horse has to be selected for
this purpose, it is probable that Assist
ant Chief Brown, who is such an ex
cellent. judge of horse flesh, will likely
be sent to Kentucky, or w sore he thinks
best, to get a good horse. r'he idea of
our city fathers is not to : ''an old
scrub," but to get a good horse.
A suitable man, one that understands
training a horse, will be put in charge
and kept at the station all the time.
This is certainly a stop in the right
direction, and the citizens should reap
the benefit in a reduction of insurance.
The President of the Excelsior Fire
Company will publish the first of the
year, a statement of the number alarms
responded to during the year, the num
ber of fires, and the estimated loss at
each fire, during the year 1901, and we
venturs the assertion that the insur
ance companies represented here have
not pald out in the town of Newberry
during the year, as much as $1,000 on
losses. We know of no way of getting
at what has been paid out on insurance
-we wish we did. But, the point we
want to make is, with the excellent
service and good results we have had
in the past and with the coning im
provements and better equipments
which will guarantee quicker and more
prompt service, making less risk,
something should be done at once, to
give the citizens benefit in a less rate
of insurance just as soon as the new
service is installed.
In this action tie council of 1901 has
done the town service which will stand
to their en-edit for years to come.
There's no tellinir what a sore throat
will do if you give it "right of way."
Uncertain remedies of ten cause danger
ous delay. Make a cure surec with
Painkiller, known for half a~ century
as a specific for sore throat, croup,
counghs, and all kindred troubles. Keep
it b~y you for an emergency. It never
fails. A void su bstitu tes, t.here is but
one painkiller, Perry Davis'. 25c. and
Santa O'ans' i'os-omle,.
If the cildren wishn to mail letters so
that t.he.v will retch Santa Claus, we
wi stlate for their benefit that Sani B
JIones hans opened Sata Claus Posto!lice
at his store. All the children hayo to
do is to write the letters, sign their
names and han)l them-n in at Mr. Jones'
store. Tom Pope and JIames Rlenwick
make good postmasters. Th'ils is the
only way to reach the old mnan direct
A. J. Snell wanted to anttend a party,
but was afraid to do so on accounnt of
pains in his stomachn, which he feared
would grow worse. Hie says, "I was
tolling my troubles to a ladly friend,
who said: 'Chamberlain's Colic, Chnol
era and Diarrhwna Remeody will put
you in condition for the party.I
h)ought a bottle and take pleasure in
stating that two doses con-ed me and
enabled me to have a good time at the
party. Mr. Snell is a resident of Stum
mner Hill, N. Y. Ihis remedy is for
sale by W.' E. Peiham & Sron.
I)eat.h of Dr. Jno IR. Thompson.
Dr. Jno. Ri. Thomnpson, who has been
ill with dropsy for several months,
died yest,erday mornirng at 4 o'elock
at the residence of Mr A C. Jones,
where he hnas been rooming for some
time. D)r. T1homnpson was 51 years of
age, lhe was a quiet, peaceful andtn n
assuring citizen. He leaves one daugh-.
ter', Miss Mary, with many friends and
acquintances to mourn his death.
HIls remains will be burie' 'hIs after
noon at Rosomont Cemn -. Leave
the residence at, 8 o'clock. &erv ices at
the grave condueted by Rev G. A.
A New lHemedy.
The old friends of Chnamnber)lain's
Cough Roeiedy will be pleased to know
that the mianunfacturers of that prep)
paration have gotten ount a new rem
edy called Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, and that it Is meeting
with mnueh success in tbe treatment, of
consti pation, biliousness, sick headaohe,
impaired digostien and like disorders.
'These Tablets are easier to Lake and
more pleasant in effet than pills5, then
they not only move t,he b twels, but im
prove the appetit,e and correct any dis
orders of the stomach and liver.. For
sale by W. E. Pelham & Son.
Men's all wool suits, $aaOn a Worne
powder it is
orny to buy
The Excelsior Fire uompauy Iiolds Its An'
nual EIection of Ofiloore.
At the regular monthly meeting of
the Excelsior Fire Company, hold on
Monday night, the annual election of
ollicers was gone into and resulted as
The following persons were recom
mended to the City Council to serve
the department as Chief and Assistants
for the onsuing year: E. 11. Leslie,
Chief; J. W. White, lst. Assistant
Chief; C. C. Stewart, 2nd. Assistant
The following officers were elected
by the company:
1'rosident-J. W. Earhardt,
Vlce-President---W. S. Mann.
Secretary-L. C. Pitts.
Treasurer--F. J. Russell.
Chaplain-Rev. Geo. A. Wright.
Surgeon-Dr. A. L. Longshore.
Attorney-Iion. F. H. Dominick.
A Good Cough Medicine.
[From Gazette, Toowoomba, Australia.]
I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is an excellent medicine. I have been
suffering from a severe cough for the
last two months, and it has effected a
cure. I have great pleasure in recom
mending it.-W. C. wockner. This is
the opinion of one of our oldest and
most respected residents, and has been
voluntarily given in good faith that,
others may try the remedy and be ben
eGitted, as was Mr. Wockner. This
remedy is sold by W. E Pelham & Son.
A Modern and Up-to.Date Wtore.
The management of the Palmetto
Grocery Store have lately been making
seine imprvements in their large store
and putting in a new and fine stock of
good:. The improvements have not
all been completed as yet, but the store
has now put on a city like appearance
and in every respect is a modern and
up to date grocery store and a credit to
the city. Tbe circular stand, facing
the front. windows, is full of fine fruits,
canned goods, and everything imagin
able that should be in a first class gre.
cery store. In a few days the old front
will be torn down and a new solid plate
glass front put in, and the best part of
the whole thing is that the store is as
clean as a home, and ladies need have
no hesitation of going alone to make
their purchases. At present they are
ready for the Christmas trade, and in
the future will continue to keep on
hand a selected stock of goods. Give
the~m a call and take a look at their
COUGHS AND OOLDS$ IN CHILDREN
tecommiendation of a WVell Known Chicago
I usee an prescribe Chamberlain's
Con,..n Remn.dy for almost all obstinate,
cn.,Lricted coughs, with direct results.
I pr. scribe it to children of all eges.
Amt glad to recommend it to all in need
atind seek ing relief from solds and coughs
andt bronchtial offlictions. It is non
nareotic and safe in the hands of the
zm.ost unprof'ssional. A universal pan
ac,-a for all mankind -Mrs. Mary R
Aitelendy, MI 0., Ph. D., Chicago, Ill.
t-s remedy is for sale by W. E. Pel
Y>'u run, no risk in having your
wool--n csothes cleaned and pressed at
the N . v brry Steam Laundry, for we
guarantee them not to shrink. t tf
Stoclh old ers' Annual
TIlIE ANNUAL MEETING Ott' TIlE
S.~tock holders of the National
Bank of Newberry, S. C., will be held
at Lne oflice of the President at New
berry, S. C. at 11 o'clock a. m , Tuesday
the 14th day of January, 1902, for the
purpose of elect,ing directors, and for
the transaction of such other business
as may come before the meeting. Stock
holders will please att,end or be repre
sented by proxy.
T. S. DUNCAN, Cashier.
December 18th, 1901.
B he Hon. . W.Iogs,Jdeo
sell at public out-cry on Thursday the
26th, day oIf D)ecember, A. D. 1901, at
t,he Little River plantation in New
berry County of the late William pang
ford, all t,he personal propenrty o said
dec-ased on said plantation, consist
ing most,ly of eleven mules, four head
of cattle, two or three hundred bushels
of corn, fodder and straw, several tona
of pea vine hay, two wagons, one
McCormick Reaper and Binder, cotton
seed, farming implements &e
ANDREWVJ. ii. LANGFORD
and MILTON A. CARLISLE.
Executors of the will of William
MAKES THE BREAD
THAT MAKES THE MAN
ces the finest,
ome and de
STATE OF SOUTH 0AlIOLINA
COUNTY OF NEIW l3iRY -- N
BIy W. W. Hodges, Msq., Probate .1 udge
W HIERlEAS, Z -1. Suber, made suil
to me to grant him Letters o
Administration of the estate and effectr
of W. W. Abrams, deceased.
These are therefore to site and ad.
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said W. W. A brams
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to he
held at Newberry Court House, S. (.
on the 22nd day of January next after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in t.he
forenoon, to -how cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this the 17th
[L S day of December, Anno l)omin,
W. W. HO)GiEr, J. I'. N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAEtOLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBEIlItY--lN
By W. W. Hodges, llsq , I'robate Judge,
W HIEREAS. J. LAWSON GOG
gans made suit to me, to grant
him Letters of Administ,rat,ion of the
estate of and elfect,s of Addle Davis.
These are therefore to eite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Addie )avls, de
ceased, that they be and appear before
me, in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Newberry Court House, S. C., on
the 3rd of January next, after puhlicI
tion thereof, at I o'clock in the fore,
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Admttinistration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand, this the 1801
[L S] day of December, Anno I)oini,
W. W. HO)G 'S, .1 '. N. C.
SMALL BUT DELITFUL PREsFNTS
are numerous in this big stock of
Perfumes, Toilet Ar
ticles, Pictures, Mir
rors, Fancy Leather
Hund reds of choice articles from which
the modern Santa Claus can make n'
satisfactory select,ion. These goods
will jump straight to a warm spot ini
the recipients heart. And they don'I
cost much eit,her.
GILDER & WEEKS',
Corner Drug Store, Neyvberry, S. C.
H EADQUAR TE RS.
Obristmas shoppers who wish to
make their selootions in advance of
the rush should visit the establish
ment of J. W. White. There is to
be found a complete stock of
Everything imaginable for p)resents
for every member of the family. All
that is asked is that you visit this
store before buying anything.
R EMEMBE R
who for this season has formed a co
partnership with Old Santa Claus,
and the public is to reap the benefits.
FOR XMAS PRESENTS)
CH O C OLA TE S.
I50 Bil0ADWAY cslbuSt J
IYol' Gil'l IResI
Large stock just re
W.E. Peiha & SOil,
- PrscrDlo Parmacists,
The Newberry Steam Laundry Co. Is
making a specialty of cleaning and
p'ressing pant.. Give them a trial. f Lf
ET T I- E
WE,~an I-o -111 -1
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C:'7 f'( 1 4 tf y"/ I iSMA , l l(.A B .SON &.
y " ,f 1 J ' y
NEW ST'V oFl CF10K
N OW lit yo whI n all .1.:h r l' T ad Irt
tory (nIst A\n. w ,rry th 1 1ial sta
In adidition, WO ( 1er-y full st k of
\W rtwant your bul,t':.i"s and wO will
Havo yolu Ioney.(t' C)n (to rOn O t.
S. J. W'V C
inlageva iti from~
and child- in'Newberry
1d Ii tla of hi'aCCI tiho
Com lardaries drhim
ar comep Stie and a
will ee stort topae
nihAtll Xmatse. ski
Jewlr cald forThplics,
Will gamto rivnrMgin -iclow n
dtgeton ag es asth d. ay,t'
ho givt,n to
beh littlo girl
i: 10dr 1-1 yours
r - Es if.(~( Who ruts
iut. the groat
11d ge(t it. (onitest
I (l ses' Februariy
.1 in1catly'N wrapped
he c'Ountted. by a
s'1 d prtiOnS.
R y, S.C.
1MTTER IN WORLD!!
im! Try us! Prices are satisfao
k ::f lowu+r priced Clothing as well.
Dry Goods, Shoes and Hats, &a.
l do all in our power to ploamo and
I ait., r,n' aol ways~li i i to
'Vill roll up In a few days. Are you
wiepared? IJave you selected your
irese.nt,s. W&, have the best stock to
,iek fromi in the cily. In addition to
ur regular line we have a case of
vh Wch we will sell for less than at.tual
st.. No Lwo alike. P'rices from $4 to
-11 (Come at once if you want a bar
R. J. MILLE R
Ilas just reei ved the brightest, fr sh.
4t, newvest and most, select stoeig of
ancey Grocerles to be found in the city.
'or t, b hristmnas llolidays you
anitt a Fruit Gake. Then go to I11..1,
lilIler and get t he v'ery freshest of
!u rrants 1, Malatga Grapes,
Itaisins, Rolled Oats,
D)atos, Maccaron i.
Lewis' Tea Flakes.
Lqoorte,d SWVEE l' ClACKE. RS.
iA(Di)NES, anid all other
11011 (4RADE MOCHA AND
R. J. Miller,
TIhe Store that sells the Best and
"reshest. Restaurant near Post Omco,
:ne Groceries a Specialty.
Money to Loan.
iFive years ,imo at 7 per cent interest
cou red by first, mortgage on-improved
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attorneys.