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'oluini:, Ehruat y 20 --The le Is
laure will certaily dujornl1 on Priday
nil,,Iit or carly Sa' riliy ioriniting. The
Cile rtil. inl Ile hoil-' was ceai', t a
most, entirely yesturdaty by killing al
most all tsecond readiing bills.
The balane of the seirssio will be
largely taken up with the appropriation
bill, though the senate has about agreed
to all the appropriations in the bill.
The $200.000 for pensions utands, so
doe 3 the increase to Winthrop and all
the big appropriations. When itcomes
to little matters where only fifty or one
hundred dollars is the amount. involved
there are some members who have
upasum of economy and show great
lixtt,y for the peoples money.
There wits i bitchi of bILb4 ratified a
day or two aLro, but none of them were
of any more thai local inlerets. In
fact the presen mt hi4griRlat,re is t,o be
cominended for the little it has done in
thle waty of chanvinit leg!ilation.
Mr. ihaninick ' amendment to the
charor of th-raied schno a'-t has
fitii., II.. n ' w b ~ :. n
du n Z K it wveek. These ome,
-? dentratIl the value of our
S ( P of w.acr wo,rks. There is one
In:ei howevi, wh,ch we nieed and that
1, 1 h lttr fiiv a tr Im Somle of the fire
men1 neVV'r he:d thle alariml at night
thic I v! Ves, t th uigh 1nt very fAr frotl the
The gf< %i wor1 k of tile firemei and tie
cii~ -ns who w%tir preseit saved the ller
aldl i A Ne wa biliing nid the machinery
an ) p: ,f t hu ie. We express our
sincer- ap: ur 'a'ion of their good oflices.
The la ice of Q tt'->n his advanced very
mueh in he la w w.eeIks. It will help
the farier-s ve y I, Ie as most of the cot
tori hia p:!vl o,t of their hands. \% e
litpe tlihI it w I not fool the !armers to
Itl aO 'he r trust in th ' one a0ie. The
Srte tdVAWe we have alwi%;ys given we ne
lieve is st 1I good advice and if followed
by on farmiers wonid ssoon make them
independent it unatA!ers very little what
the price of c4ittoni i:i. Virst prepare to
malke Ill y nieed for tihe! fariln, oni the
f.armi1. antd the1 gow all the ctAton voi
Canl ieIV:rm,llcss (if the piice. It will then
place ile lauler where lie ought to be,
indtepteiit of l'ens tand lion laws.
wearuthe'r for' t.ht hl.,t week , bitt witL hope
it. wvill not,Cl continn ii'very long. T1hie
grini cirtp hais ien veiry muneh dlam
aigid by thet corht.
'1The fa'rmteris havie be'gutn b triItIig upj
IteI id andil ptreprinrg for the plant
lng oIf I the nt, eropj.
Mr i'. N oiain1 glIth carme up Satturid ay
to v isiLt,hrt fathter atnd imot,ber, D)r. anmd
Neowherry Sn ulay. Comue aigin, we
are atlways glad t.o see you.
MI'rs. Mlary Johnrrsont hasi been onl quiito
ant extendited vituit,Lii her (daulghtoer, MJrs
W'olford't at WVooden tf.
l,ir t. Jacid W olfordt Is viii ing hiis
aun lt, NI iss I ,tna JIohnisont.
Mi Its It ti-t itI I'.tn Itpolntlt the last week
visirting hert fiendit, Miss Ida Smtith.
MI Isses Mi inni li'i I itick andi( i3essio
Wr -kmntit nnt quite a pleaisantt vIsit
to Mr is. li'tcreliohnson r'eent.ly,
lIe.rv. Mi r. 'Tht tower preached at Tatber"
natie o('tChc yester'day. Although we
have oinly heaird himi preaich twice we
like lim e ver~y mtneh,i lTbernacle schtool
hits beeni movred ner'l MI r. J1oh n M Illori's,
bu11 t a it Is niot. ceompilted' y(et tti(hi chrch
is biniig used( ais aL school1 house. It, was
rig ht sad to see the chimney taken
do(wni, 5(o manily of tLbo patrtons wont to
schootlt, andt( leiarnetd their a h c's r'igtt
thie'r and shrall we say~ receivedi their
'ITe yourn'g peopl)e are anmt icipatinug ai
lively timo tat a Valentlina party, at the
home11 of Mr. .Jaimes Jiohnsoni's next
NM is. lTtm t)tavls spent Saturday night
andi Sunday with hot' brother, M r. O W.
Mr. Land Wat.or~s hast nearly suc.
ceod in get,t ng a free delivery
through thi is sect hon oif t,he country. It
1s very mutch netedd aind will certainly
Mr. i?r'ed Johnson has begun work
at his8 saw mui!l aigain.
Some of our young men01 are going to
Jalapa r'ight, often herre of tate. We
cannot toil exactly what is the matter
but can amag into.
Weo have no now-conmers this year bit
Mr. John Hlitler. Hie lives in tho Rich
Hill house this year. We are always
glad frnew families to mocve in as
4they are-a help to the community.
There Is a pair of grey horses in the
neighborhood. Look out girlsi They
travel very nicely; but one of themn has
the bad habit of breaking loose and go.
ing hoeme When the young, man goes
to hitch up, instead of two horses, Lot
there is only one! ' MAOKC.
& F ebruary 10, 1002.
TimK 411CAND lJtY FINISIEEES FIN IIU%I
NKss -ritac PItEMENTMENT.
Couirt t. coawev-niiit Tlo-day Morsisnig ti e I ie
i court 1 mira it r l .iitr . Ii M vlimrg.-it
o Pt'l ,-t rmll- t 14 4s Rp Si or.
('0111t .OIJ Dimrn.
The busui s i.', f th it(! couit was in
terferred with Monta *%t, aftr4no11fon b)
the fire, howeiver, the Sitpervisor went
to work aid had -ill the dtesks rihhid
up andl the4 Wilt C41-r[OH reMOVe-d from11
the( bulilding, anId TUPSdaiY MornlinIg
bubiness was resuititd itt tIe court,
Mond.y afternoon all tho potit, j-rors
were (m11411issod u1til0 Tulesdty mlorning,
and the SolicItor Ianlded out ill the
bills to the grand jury that he icould
possibly get ready, atnd kept, lthcm
busy all day.
The .rand jilry retirinod the follow
State vs Chris Porter. Abram .1ohn
Sol ind 111,1iott J11oh nson-larcenv-t,rue
Statevs. Je imi s -areenv of
State v. Joh n Kelly- laroeny,- - r i.
Si r 0:. \V nrt.- t -rcr i-a
-0111 . :.
State vs Jie Jare - a re 11 of
live stock --puleadl guilty andl sent-e*e- U
to iht mth on county chain go.g
St at vs. Chri s l'otIr, Abram John
r'eceiving stiolen g(oods. Chris P orterr
plead guilty. A brami .J ohnston andl(
a!llot. .luhnson were tr,. t,nainvic
moths tn county chain an. a tr'
and Elliott, .lhns.oi, one year eathi on
State v-. Jioh.m t . E ul z.-irt llet
I'en g o" refini tt ride foir chil d
ren- guilty. At torn.y . L llease
iiu(ved( for ia niew' tiail ini tn case451 On
the grounidh tha t out sbie partiies had
td. uniCted i .,b juy 4 - t
Mence: Six mnt. h' iii vototu jil or pay
a hi e Alttf Jto I-xonut, in y r of a i. t n
n thSLa o n was 11it ita t1i~ -nin his'ltt'
cupplrt f te hih il.
SLitl Joh F. () Il~e U t jjz.l - tj(jj(q_l
Sentte i Ot. I.nr t ' o-bit rit- f c(w hi l
rtrus--- gilt Alrnoyt . It taf 2
State vs A. ilide pi-- trit - nd
utely. : Si x mnn on i l.jit.hn ouf
it thi if g ngt Ntd ataon () Sitne
$tao 2 vs litgeouCaldwel-jhtinin
S tes. lT e ilnIths - cunt,y
Stato vs. AV. Illase ashaultoan
breat,ry with andlrnry to il--- reuivt,yo
Hsnole n(isgudhit Seytnp: SIx
ip pri il dati t. cinty ji, .
Stiato vs. llciir y m n n- muhrer -i
....... . .vnot l.o o
Stat,e vs. Wmi. Hunterv *- hous.
CASES PTH IIOWN OUT'i AND) CONTINU 00.
Staitd vs. A. J1. (Cook andt( Jats. A.
hiradleyi-atssautl t antd battery wv i 1in
tent, to kill-contitnud.
Statto vis. Charley Snow -- perjttry.
State vs. P4ink Wihso -assanit and bat
tory wIth Intent, to kill. Nod prossted
St.ato vs. C'harley PItts aid Anthony
PIthts --latrceny oft live stock. Nol
State vsi. Jlohn tirootks--btu rglary and
Stat.e ve. Hiurr HIopkins --Obtalininog
gonds under fialso prtotonso. Continued.
Stati' vs. IHurtr Hopk ins--dispensi ng
wI th pirop)rt,y un dor lien. Co i n ted.
TH'J1 UIIAND) .JUlY'S ItKSKNTMi.NTr.
To-HIs Honor, l'rnest Ghary, P'resIding
Tho grand jur'y respectfutlly present,
that thoy have acted upon all bills
handeld to them by the Holcitor and
have turned themt into court.
We have vhsited tthe jail, and fnal
that, it Is needing repaIrs that are
nuecessary for pireservation of propterty
and for the healt,h of the SherIff and
prIsoners, epecially leak, in roof and
interior whitewashed, also wood work
around well, which we recomtmend
beinig attended to at once, and repaIrs
on coutrt house eaused by flre the 17tij
Woe have appointed committees to
examnine all otllees, &c., and to report
at next termn of court.
We are glad to say no complaInts
have been made to us, about roads,
bridges or any irregularltles In county
We thank his Honor and other
oftcers of the court for courtesies ex
tended to us.
We recommend that, our clerk be
paid the usual foe.
JO8EPH 11. HIUNTER,
Oourt adjourned sIne die yestorday
A .'roly tilmie w--eldlg Solminized ino
Oi Wvlnsdiiav. tlt- 290h of .1iatiary,
a1t 3:30 O'V0CloILk. t"-. andl MIrA. 1I. L.
t'arr's, Iler ot-urr-d a weddin,_r of
m1u'h 4oc41il ilere.t tli witihal onl of
the retthsf. tol-Inize't in .a'apa this
seasonl. The p:arlor where tile vereioiv
took place was very beaitifilly arranged,
ainI( as the lovely bride elect, Miss Miaytne
Curry, and the liidsome groom. Mr.
John Switteiiberg, took their station to
the strains of "Meudelssohns," wedding
inarch skillfully rentdered by liss Elddie
May Parr, on her doll piano. Rev. l lood
perfoi ined the itupressive ceremnony
which was witn. ssed by t large assem
blage of invited guests, quite a nunber
who reside in town. Ininediately after
the ceremony, and as sooii as they re
ceived their congratulations we all re
tntad tothe hospitable loneofie grotn
wnere a degitfll leceptOin was given.
A er we al did justice to the delightful
spper, we ai-clied quiie.ly back in the
p.Jor where we were elegantly enter
i.e t.al, by Amuit Tude ailI Uncle Beaurie
and o.herN Mrs. Swittenlberg, anld Mess s.
Ge -ld 'Merchant and Geo-g.e Swi;,en
he f.rn ished us with( deli.,htful isic.
The .a n:.anlce of elegant .Ind costly
p: -: ~l p .yed aUested in a tuo.'sure
t 'h h:.: es.ecm a Id popularity i i
w::n le y01mg People are hold. the
: ei ved in.le a co:eet ion 0i elv
. Xuurng tne bear n'l pr. seits
w...:ek sie ghut: in cady. p -esen.el
by P eairiv andl Aunt Ttile.
V: : M s Switsenne.-g Ivft on the
n. w-e e %e will -pe:ld several ilays
: -e :.i's and valley s in Fairtiei,d
ir. S%%::tenbe g is -A line farmer, and
is a youn ima who has achieved anl
enviable reputat Ill, anid enjoys a w ide
I ,:e br-de Is a womuan of fine attain
tne a:td is loved by all who know her.
le's loss im Jalapa's gain.
Mr. S. Lenherg is erecting a beantiful
hote .0 c..rv his lovel v "Ii.e" brid - to
Among 'he guests fr-om je-ikiiisville
who were preient at the wedding was
NI . an<l Mrs Cu- I, father and tother
of the b. ide, a od I r. John Cti, ry (1and
'Iiss Lottie Ytcho.ough, in spite of the
disagreeable weather, they all repo ted
quite an enjoyable Utme.
This brilliant and social event will
long be reinembered by ihose who were
lucky enough to be present.
"John," who knows that "luck" is but a
And faitli is but a tname,
That "Plod," and "Push," aid "Pa
At host you won "your Mayie.'
"Mayine" you've got the John who has
Of stealy, piudding work,
Who does not w iiit for luck or fate,
Who s o: -s;a task to shirk.
A trie friend
JenKinsVillC, Feb .I. 1002.
'. S. Wlo % ill be the next?
Wiialtm Vour iam- Wjrti?
So)liit Iiies ia forn11ii* but.In ne'ver, ji
Sotu hiave' a '-all aw conitipl. xiion, at j 'inn
-li'cd look ninth pathe's and b,iil'ehii
cioi ihe' xkti,---all H4(gih<, ciLitveri Troutii,b
lait D)r. Kling's Ni-w idfe P' ll give
llb-air Sk in, Roisey Chleeks, icht 4 '0111
ile'xion. O n ly 25eenits ai l al drnggists.
i-Icntime'rnc ttan way S ce<u uli..
TJrainsi from Coltumbia, etc., for
(Groonlwood, Gireenvi lle, etc., paia
Newberry, S. C., No. 15 (daily) 7:40
ni. mn.; No. 11 (daily) 12:35 p. mn.
F?or Hodgesc, eto., No. ($5 (except
Sunday) 9:40 a. mn.
Traiins for Col umbia, etc., fronm
G4roonville, pass Newheorry, No. I12
(daily) 1:10 p. mn.; No. 16 (daily)
10:15 p. mn. From Hi odgos, No. (66
(except Suniday) 9:40 a. in.
Closo connection at. Hlodtge for
AtbbaYillo; at Bolt on for Anderson,
etc., at (Greeunvillo for all points
North East, Weost and1 South and at
Columbia for all Southi Cairolina
points, Augusta, Savanntah and
PThroughI siloopoirs bet weon G*reen
villut anid Charleston vin Newtberry
on t rainis Nos. 1 5 and( 16
Job1 (oihin',t ii avo stmnic it..
If hei'dl lIchting Pi les. Shevy're I.*-r
rlibly annoying; hut. utck len'u Ai-nica
Salve wilI ler the wVorsi caso of plie-a
nI eatrthi It. hias (cured thlou-'andsi. ["01r
Iinjuiries, l'ins~ or' Iortionsiie it the
bait sa Vt) In the world. PrIce 25-a
b x. Cnre guiaratoed. Sold by al
d ruIgg Ists.
itRtATHl IN TEXA.%8
A Nuativo of Ne,wbeurry Tak t i ilii fe. -
Hugh Ia th:n,ea,Mon of Mre'. -airahi onai.
nmou, Wh lie, uft Nowberry Uoiiuy
twenty Years Ag,o.
Mr. IElitor: Twentty years age Mrs
Sarah Caniton widow of the late Johnz A
Cannion, deceasedl of Pomaria, aind sister
of tlte late Thomas M. Lake ofiNewberry'
deceased, with her family of bays, her
brother IE. J. Lake and two sisters Mat
Cannon, wife of W. P. Caunon. and( sis.
ter HItima Lake mnoved to Lindale, Texas.
Thte children have all g'ownl tip to
man and womanhood, and are prosper
Otis In thtelr new homes. It will grieve
the muany friends In Newberry to hear of
theie' tragic end of a son of Mrs Sarah
Cannon, and to oler to her the sy mpa
thy of all who knew her as a trte' Christ
Thos. W. Holloway,
Piomaria, S. C.
HIIGH01 CANNON 'TAR S HIS JItI.
We take the following fron Terrell
Transcript of last Baturday, which gives
an account of the suici lo of Hugh' L.
The startling news of a suicide at the
Midland hotel last night was learned
abotit ntoon today. I11.1L. eattt w aho
said he was fioin Lindale, catne to the
Miidland hotel yesterlay evening, tegis
tered for the night and paid his loding it%
advance. lie told the hotel peop e iot to
awaken hint early in the 11 o1 intig Dtir
ing tihe nlight the (ceupants of adj,ining
room1s heard hin groaning :n)I v,mitinlg,
ht thoight perlaps lie wis drinkiig
and1l did not titolest hiln. ToIdav when
the door of his rooni was openedi he was
fonnd dead and atl elupty six oninee
cliloroforiln bottle was onl the table hV
tle bed and the following note inl a legi
blel hand was near it:
"Midlad II otel. When voll conie
to c!ll tine this itioring I will he dead.
Please iotify ny brother, W. T .Canoi,
at l.inda. Texas. Call hii tip Pvcr the
plione. tie will pay charges at the other
ead. Please let tme remain here until my
brother comes. le will attend to iny
"All well-all happy-lots
of fun". That is the regular
report from the monkey cage
of Barnum's Circus ever since
t e keepers began dosing the
monkcys with Scott' Elimul
sion. Consumpt ion was carry
im off two thirds of them
every year and the circus had
to bu% new ones.
One day a keeper accident
ally broke a bottle of Scott's
Emulsioni near the monkey
calge and the monkeys eagerly
lapped it up from the floor.
This suggested the idea that it
might doi them good. Since
Ahen the monkeys have received
rcgular doses and the keepers
eport very few deaths from
:onsumption. Of course it's
:heaper to buy Scott's Emul
iion than new monkeys-and
that suits the circus men.
Consumption ini monkeys
and in man is the same disease.
If you have it or are threaten
ed with it can you
take the hint?
Tlhis picture represents
the Trade Mark of Scott's
Euitilsion and is on the
wrapper of every bottle.
Send for free sample.. -
SCOTT & BOW NE,
409 Pearl st., New York.
Soc and $r. all druggists.
BR C. F%ln's LSSipedO Stock or Sale
1 will sell stock of Dry
&c., in the store of D.
C. Flynn at private sale
and at auction corn
All goods to go at a
sacrifice. Come at once
with the money.
Golubia, Newberr7 ad LalrenRaiIroad
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.
South Carolina' Inter-Rt.ato and Weat, Indian
Tickets on sale at following rates:
Laurons, R. C'-, $.0 $6 $40
Cli nton S. C., 8.76 8.40 4.40
Nnwbo 'ry, t5. e., 7.75 5.70 8.90
ProsperIt.y, 8. I'., 7.45 C.46 8.76
Littlo Mountatin,8. 0., 7.10 6.90 'N5
('hn pl n. 5. 0., 0.81 6.05 1.45
Ir no, 8. (7., 0.15 4.85 8.40
Co'umbla, 8. U.. 5.85 4.80 8.25
('ass A I lekets uold d aIly to May 8'at. oon.
tIt ne ius aagn, Iind tumit Juno 'id. 1902.
Class II tickets sold daniy to May 8'st,'con
Lin:ious a -nal litmit 10 days In addt.
rla .h(J t Ickets sold Tuesday amnd Tht ursday
ot each wook to May 29th, oontitnotns passage
fin al limit sore days in addItIon to dlate of
For sobhedulo and furthor inftormatlon ad
droia E. 0&VENAUGHI. Ageat,
J. F. Lo NGSO, i-ry R. C.
T J.E F. E LRSON, H. M oa. EME AO
Traillo Managet. rson. Pass. Agon't.
We have just made a
large contract for Fer.
tilizers and are ready
to make low prices.
See us before buying.
E. M.EVANS &CO.
Want the best medicines
s warranted to cure or money re
unded, Call for booklet descrip
ive of it.
W, E, PELHAM & SON,
We have just receiv
ed a line of Sentimen
tal and Comic Valen
tines ranging in price
from c to $2.00Oeach.
Call and examine our
line, we can please
im'R emember Feb
ruary 4 is the day.
S. B. JONES.
For Factories and Mills.
Corliss, Auitomaio, Plain Side
Heaters, and Pumips.
From Bmall plantation mill, to the
heaviest milla in the market.
All k.inds of wood working machinery
lFlou- and corn milling~ machinery.
Comtplete ginning~ systems, Lummnue
Boilers Saws, Gin n s tok fornqiek
1826 Main St,, CJolumbia, 8. C.
RATES TO EXPO8ITION
.Laurens railroadN wilye)uour.
na tickets to (Charleaton and return
d~the Exrosiio rat th ollowing
limIted to return seven days.
CorresponlinglIy reduced rates from
Land aqid Security Co,
WILL BUY AND SELL
Notes, Bonds and
Stooks of all kinds and
0. B. MAYERt, President.
Jiio. M. Kxian. See -ad Te
THIS IS TH
To count, so be sure
begins with this ad.
22nd, 1902. Send a<
packages. They wi
commnitteo of, disinte
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
M. Monroe Harris, Administor of the
PertoUal Ef,'State of JamVs Y. Hlarrts,
Ella M Suber. Defendant.
B YORlDEl OItTH E COURT lf,'tE
in, I will sell to the highest bid
der, before the Court [ouse at New
berry, S C., on saleday In March,
next, 1902. all the two tractr. or planta
tions of land situate and being in the
County of Newberry, and State afore
said, contaiiiing in Tract No. 1, O-e
Hundred and Forty-two (142) Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
W. B. Oxn"r, Geo. E. Hardy, Adolphus
Hardy, Mrs. R. W. Allen and Mrs.
Tract N-1. 2, the M.tybinton Tract,
cont aining Twenty-ot (21) Acres, more
or less, and bounded by landv of W. B.
Oxner. Mrs. Hannah Henderson and
Mrs. Sallie Henderson.
Terms of Sale: One-third cash, bal.
ance on a crtdit of one and two years
from day of sale, the credit portion to
be secured by a bond of the purebaser
and a mortgage of the premises sold,
witi leave to the purchaser to pay all
or any part of his bid in cash. Pur
chaser to pay for papers
R1. H. RIK ARD. Master.
Master's Offilce, February 6. 1902
STATE OF SOUTH CAlROLIN1
COUNTY OF,NEWBEIR1Y -IN
By W. W. Hodges. Esq , Probat,. .Judge.
WHEREAS, ELLA I. BOYD,
Mary J Parr and Hugh K Boyd
made suIt to me, to grant them Let,
ters of Administrat,ion of the estate
of and effect,s of C'. F. B3oyd, dI.-ceased.
The.ie are t,herefore to enue and ad.
monish all and singular the k idred and
creditors of the tid C. F. lloyd. de
eCasedl, that t,bey he and appear before
me, In the Court of Probat,e, to be held
at Newberry Court, house, S. C , on
the 1st, day ot March next, after publica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any I hey have,
why the said Aduministration should
not be granted.
Given under my band, this the 13th
[Li8] day of February Anno Domini
W. W. HODGOES, J. P. N. C.
TRIEASURtY DEPARITME~NT, OF~FICE OF'
COMPTROLLE~R OF' THE1i CURREuNcy,
Wash ingt,on, D. C., Jan. 21, 1902.
W HIEREAS, BY SATISPIACTOR~Y
evidence presented to the uin
dersigned, it has been made to aippiar
that the First, Nat,ional Bank of Whit
mire, in the County of Newberry, and
8tate of Socuth Carolina, has cotmpliud
wit,h all the provisions of t,he Statutes
of the United States required to be comn
plied with before an association shall
he authorized to commence the busI
ness of banking.
Now, therefore, I, Win. B. Ridgely,
comptroller of the currency, do hereby
certify that the First National Bank of
Whitmire, in the town of Whit,mire,
County of Newb.rry anld tatecof South'
Carolina, is authorized to commence'
the business of bataking as provl(ded in
Section 5i, 1619 of the Revised Slatutes
of the United States
In testimony whereof wi'tness my hand
and seal this 21st January, 1902.
No. 8102. Compt roller of Currency.
We are again head
quarters for low prices
in this line. Have just
received assorted car
of choice Shapes.
It will pay you to
Get our prieds before
Wit h another
lo h1% rivon to
the little girl
S1. midvr 14 years
of Itg who cuts
out. tho great
If MARK ot immber of
ad vert isimeni ts.
E 12TH AD.
and get it. Gontest
and closes February
Is. in nvatly wrapped
11 be counted by a
IT WILL YIELD
to this when all other medicines fail.
Robi-rtson's Compound Cough
Syrup is the most wonderful remedy
yet discovered. Being made of harm.
less herbs, it will not leave the pa.
tient decilitated. Oontains tonic
properties. Strengthens and invig.
orates the system while driving out
the cough. Tested and proved effi
cacious in all climates, but adapted
particularly to this Price 25 and
50c. per bottle aud your money back
if you are not satisfied.
GILDER & WEEKS'
Corner Drag Store.
Newberry, S U.
Cents Make Dollars.
And people with good sense
spend their money at home for
that puts money in circulation.
Have your Iaundlry work done at
the NEWBERRY STEAM LAUN
DRY. Don't send it away.
With 14 cents' worth you get a
L. B. AULL,
interest paid on deposits in the Savings
Department at the rate of 4 per cent.
per anhutm from date of deposit at
T'he Coinmercial BaM
OF NEIWBERRY, S. C.
CAPITAL - - $50,000 00
We tranisact a general Banking buisi
.ess and solicit the accounts of indi
riduals, firms and corporations.
EO. W. SUMMER. L,. W. FLOYD.
)EO. 8. MOWER. P. 0. SMITH.
\. J. GIP,N W. 11. HUNT.
JNO. M. KINARD, Presiident.
). B. MAYER, Z. F. WRIGHT,
Vice- President Cashier
n large varieties from
tLcheap Stick Pin to a
:INE GOLD WATCH.
Call and examine my
tock before buying.
Joweinr andt Optician.