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M1oet,g ltnartd or Asea,uaarr.
The County Bit rd of ASosbor-4 will
meet at Ilhe County A wditor's ollice on
'1Tuo day, March 2bth, 1902.
1 tinrtanr Metiug.
A II tht- rnetiubrs of Kajoree. Baptist
C'hur"h aro especially requested to be
present noxr, Sunda , if pot ible, as
busian's-' ofl ve"ry gr"eaat t por'ra ce will
preb al"l'y cimine before the church.
Ji. W. Bl1anton, Pastor.
.% (.e2ntiulg Marrage .
('auds have, been received In New
h-rr- announcing the cominug r '-riaee
at 'eak, on A pril 3.-d. of Ai 1 .1ames
11. Hope and Miss Maggie SwyCert,
tlaught, r of Col. J C'. Swykert, f1
Peak. The marriage will take plate
in M'. Hermon church, Peak l'hcir
felend-4 here ixtend conuratulations.
Vauaub!.. N. r'o l)rwna ii..m ir.
F'airview, Newberry C,-uit :-- On
last Friday night while Mr. John Ilact
m,to Bedenb;augh wits at the ihoio of
Mr. Arson Mill,- hii line r mare:
which was hitched in the yard un
hitched herself and went ten miles to
Amluk's Ferry, over -aluda lRiver,
walking into the river and drowning
herself. The horse was discovered in
the river hiteha i to the buggy and
reigned up just as he ha'l left h -r It
was a very valuable animal.
J. M. M.
.. rardont (ransmr.
Gov. McSweeney has granted a p-r
don to Ellen B.wers, a ni-gro woman,
who was convicted in this county t I ht
July term for 1901, of violating the die
pensary law. She was sentenced to serve
a term of t.hree months on the county
chaingang or pay a tine of $103. She
was pardoned on a petition of citizens
of the community in which she lived.
She was convicted last July and on
account of having an infant at the i line
the executi n of the sentencte was
Newborry vs. olinton.
The Newberry College learn leaves
today for Clinton, wher. it will play
two games with the Presbyterian Col
lege of South Carolina at. that place.
One this afterooon and one to-morrow
morning. The team is in good condition
and has had a good deal of practice,
and we expect them to win t wovictories
before they return.
The C!inton team will come to New%.
berry on next Friday, the. 21st, to play a
game that afternoon and one on the
morning of the 22nd. The prob-abil ities
are that, both games will be close and
Julege Defeute Newberry.
In a game of ball on the college dia
mond Tuesday afternoon the college
defeated the city nine by a score of 23
to 5. The game was slow, but at times
good work was done on b,oth side-s,
The college team played good ball
throughout and reflected credit on the
training they have received from Coach
Warran. Simpson did some goaod work
in the box and Cabaniss beuhind t,he bat,
and they were weli suapp. rte-d by t.he
r-est of the team Riser jan cent.ri (l-d
made some pret,ty catches
F.,r- the Newberry teamn Stuart, did
some good work.
H1(1n McDonaaild Foran to Le-crare.
Hion McDoald Purmn-n, or Suamter,
S. C., will deliver a lect.ur acin the
armor-y to-night, at elight o'clock
His lecture will he upon histo
rical subjects. anid will also Include
some general remarks on "an ideal and
re-al married life" from a bachelor's
point of view. AdmissIon 15 cents for
adults and 10 cents for chIldren
Mr Furman will also deliver a lec
ture to the rchnol childr1en t his amorn
Mr. Furman is an enth uslastic stu
dent of South Carolina history atnd has
done much to praeserve' it,. We fe-el
sure his lecture will be Inmterest.insg and
we hope he will have a full house.
Newberry College aand tie Na ICzpsi e.
Our trip will he nmuch more than
merely a college visit., for, in addition
to the college part,y. ther-e will he a
large number of teachers and1 pials
from the graded scohool, besiaes many
of our friends who are noCt directly
con)nected witn eItber school. We shall
go by specIal train, leaving Newbearry
Tuesday morning, April 1st, at 8 or
0 o'clock The fare for the r-ound tr-ip
will be $3 48, if we buy bilock - tickets,
in grou ps of 25persons or more. Those
who go oni a block ticket will have to
return together; those who do not car-e
to r-turn with the party will have to
buy individual tickets, at $3.90 It, is
probable that arrange ments will be
made in the puIrchase of tickets so that,
some of the party can re-main in
Charlestn until Sat urday, whIle those
who desiare to do so can come home
Friday. L"dging and breakfast can lbe
secured at'75 eents each for those who
belong to the schools, and at very
reasonable r'ates for all. A n tannounce
menot next week will give thne hour at
which we shall leave Newberry, and
the name of t,he rad by which the
party will travel. G. II. (1.
*ihe Vice oif Naggting
Clouds the happiness of the home
hut a naggIng woaman often needs hellr.
She may be Soa nervous and r-un-down
ina health that. trifles ananoy her. If
she is melano-holy, excittbe. troubled
with loss of appet,ite, headache, sleep
lessnes, constipation Car faint,ing and
dizzy spells, she needs Eli-dtric Bitters,
the most wonder ful remedy for ailing
women. Thousand. of aufferers from
female troubles, ner-vous troubles, back
ache and weak kidneys have used it,
and become healthy a d happy. Try
it. OnIl 50o, at all Dreagists, guaran
40 ati i06o0.
VAItUs AN) ALL AloU-r.
We had a deligrhtful shower Wednes
A call will soon 1e ist,ued for the
County Democracy to organize.
II. l4. T" dd & Co., have r.omet h ing to
say in thiy lrapeur to thr housewiVes', f
A maid dlog, r one sulproxeld to be
111el, Was killed in the .cit.y Wednsdav.
I he eltetion for an Ald-riau fron
W d 1, will -e htrld Motuday Every
voto-r in 1 War d shild vote.
Tin cttnditdate"+ ar1t beginning to
"14111 ill the Irmit. Th'l itr tcar s will
8 onl le planted in The Herald and
T1h(e patrt ner"h i p ) o-f I . O. 1.ong and
and H. M. iavird has been dissolved
by 11.11tual conrent.. See notice else
it ad Kle'tner's .d., if , ou would keep
up with the d ty. He otTers hislcustoin
rs the opp-ortunit.ies and to get the
bh ielit, of therm you must read and rush.
T1he State Sundaty School Convention
will meet at Greenwood f-m the 25th.
to the 21th., and the C., N. & L. has
announced the rate of $2 for the round
tri) Ol tha' orcasion.
An extra Communication of Amity
Lodge, No. 87, A. P. M., will he held
Monday night forthe purpose of confer
ring the Ill C. degree ou aeveral candi
dates. All the members should attend
President Geo. B. Cromer will de
liver the annual address before the
Ninety Six Graded school at the clos
ing exercises. This school is taught
by Mr. ). It. Riser, a former student
of Newberry College.
It has been suggested to us that some
of the lot owner in Rosemont, ceme
t+ry are making a mistake by cutting
out ihe shade I rees. L,it owners should
c 'sid .r well before cutting the beau
tiful trees out--they 1)lp to beauttfy
the cemetery too much to be sacriliced.
On aecount, of llhe South Carolina
International Sunday sehool 'onven
tion, Greenwood, S '., March 25-27,
1902, the Southern RaIlway will sell
round trip tickets, rate from Newberry
$2 00. Tickets on sale March 24, 25 and
26inclusive with final limit March 29th.
The farmers are busy hauling corn
and guano frot latteburg and New
berry. We are glad to note that very
few arr hauling corn. The oat crop is at
least half killed and numbers of our
people are anxious to sow spring oats
if the giound gets dry enough in time
to do so.-Havirdsville News, Saludd
Rev. W. A Luiz. who has accepted
the call to Grace E L. Church, will
arrive in town on the 201.h1. of this
month. We give him a hearty wel.
come into our town. He will he here
for the Conference, which will be held
at Grace Church beginning on Priday
before the 4th. Sunday.-Prosperity
Eagle Eye, 12th.
Dr. 0. It. Mayer was in Laurens last
Mr. Guy Daniels visited in Clinton
Prof WN. K. S igh left yesterday on
a few davs visit to Harrisburg, Pa
Col. Gleo. .Johtnstone was in Laur ens
last week on professional budi iness.
A Idetrman Schoillz returned yesterday
fr*om at business trip to Colnmbia
Hon. F. [H. Doinictk was in Colutm
bia Wed nesday on p)rofe$siontal business.
Mr'. J. E. Normant, the popular rep)
retmntat lye of t,he News and Conurier, is
in the cit,y.
Mi r. J I. Wheeler and son, '!laude,
of Columbia, visited relat,ives in the
city this week
Dr. JT. K G!lderaccomnpaniedl by (Col,
Geo. Johnstone, left Wed nestiay on a
business trip L.o KCen tucky.
Miss Sarah D)avis, of' Clinton, who
has been on a visit tto fiends in New
herry returned t,o bor 110m11 yesterday.
Mrs J F. Burton, accompanied by
Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Newherry, ar'
rived in the city omn Monday.-Laurens
A dvertiser, 12th
Mrs. WN. W. Fulmer will return to
hter home In Columbia tomorrowv after
spend(inigC some I ime wit,h relatives here
and at Pomar'ia.
Miss' s Arrahelta and Katie Moses, of
Philuadel phta, are spending severa)
days it Newherry, to the delight of
their many friends.
Mr. I. M. Dominick, of Ne wherry,
was in towvn Mtnday. M r. D)ominick is
a son-in-law of M r. G. M. Klnard and
will make his home ini this county.
G reen wood Joti'n al, 121 h
Mirs. Henry Harmo after spending
several weeks with her' parents here,
Mr. and Mrs. D. 13. Wheeler, left Wed
nosday foir her homei it Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Alice L (4oodwint, of (Unicago,
is stoppintg at The N 3whietrry. She will
deliver an illu4trated addtre'ss to ladies
only in t. armior'y this afternoon at
8 o'clock, also Tuesday afternoon ai the
Messrs. P. L. Ketchic and HI. C.
MeKnight, of ChIina Grove, N. C., and
Mr. B. C. Lewis, of Winston, N C,
formerly student.s at, North Caroljna
College, Mt. Plteasant, N. C., arrived
in the eity 3est.erday to entor New
Mr. Rt. C. Leavell, wh:o is asstocialed
with Mr. Joel Aikein in the under
taking business, is a first, class em
balm r havintg grradumalted from Ren iard
College in New York. Besides ho has
had six years experietnce in the work.
-Greenwood Journal, 12th.
Charante I ar, hw .
Mr. C B. Wingfield, of lFair Ptay,
Mo , who sti--red from chronic dlysen
tery for thirty-five years savs (Cham
herlaini's Colic, Cholera land Diarrhoe'i
Remedy did him more good than any
other mediine he had ever used. For
eale by W. E. Poiham & Son.
1ie Will .eav lIIs 1'Ht Ititt 11terrc April
I, for Mt. il,eIa, W11.- I4e ItIas Une
It (1mio1 WIerk - lta 1n, It(l H
The resitnation of It.'v I)r. Chas. iI
Armnstrun;; hainIt been t aeptced by
the jomit e -uncil of the N.wh1.r"'y
charge, he will I eave on A pril I"t, for
St 13 ds. M-, where he will htve his
hea-i nar"ters u'; one of I he 1I.-Id s"ecre.
taries of aI)i- Nissturi anti . sit,(n
Leago., at work whieb he ha,l dl .e-" d
to enl er whl"n ht- 1)11", ot1-d his resit'iem
tu,i,. I)r. \rn"tring look I'h.lrge of
the work iin the Newhr.,rv pa'ttoritte'
on F'ebruary 1'1, 1901. On' (f tbe
chureheis, Mayer Niemorial, had nto
organized (!on);gre'gation. Dr. Arm
st rong (.1% 'ted the organization with
25 members un May Ist, 1901, and (ho
membership has now grown to 75. 1He
hts also done faithful and eilicient,
work in the other congregations, Bet,h
l:den and Colony, and will leave the
pastorate in good condition. There
are expressions of regret atmong the
peo)le he has served for two years and
a large number of others outside the
inlluence of his own field of labor that
such pleasant relations are to he served.
Lutheran Visitor, 13th.
The preliminary contest at Newberry
Collego to decide upon a representative
at the State Oratorical Association in
Greenwood on April 18 was held in the
college chapel on Wednesday aftet
noon. The l'xelslor and Phrenakos
mian literary societies had each selected
two representatives The following
committee was appointed as judges
to select the repre+enta.ttion for the co'
lego from an,ng the four- [-Ion. M. A.
Carli.le, Rev. J. L. Williamon, G. G.
Sole, l' 9.
The young Imen1 and the:ir sUijects
were as follows:
Phrenakosmian-G. C. ilerehant,
The Nineteenth Century. M. E. Abams,
)anger Iif Colossal Wealth.
Excelsior-I, A. Mack, Ready Men
Jno. K. Atill, lRevolution and I;volu.
The commiittee decided i hat, Jno. K.
Aull be sent as the representat,ive of
There are six colleges in the associa
tion-Clecaon, Purmnan, Erskine, Wof
ford, Presbyterian College at Clinton,
and Newherry College, and each one
will have a representative in the COn
Mir G. C Merchant was elected as
Vagailu of at Cl'd.
You cau never be quite sure where a
cold is going to hit you. In the fall
and winter it may settle in the bowels,
producing severe pain. Do not he
alarmed nor torment yourself with
fears of appendicitis. At the first sign
of a cramlt) take Perry Davis' Painkil
ler in warn, sweetened water and re
lief comes at once. There is but one
Painkiller, Perry Davis. 25 and 50
Theli wr1it of habeas corpus apl))ied
for' by the attorneys of H-. IR. William
son before Associate Justice Gary, at
Abbev'ille, last Friday was gr'anted atnd
Williamson. Is again at liberty. The
amlounit of hlis bond( Is that first liposed,
viz. $l,000.-Greenwoodi Index, 12tb.
Williamison, is the man who had two
nlegtrot's hold( Mr. JohIn [H. Wert,s while
he beat him nearly to death. Mir. I. H.
Hunt, of this cit.v represented the
Statp att tis hetaring.
Then you wake up with a bad taste
In your mouth you may know that you
needh a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach
and iAver' Tiablet.s. They will clese
your st,omach, impr)iove yotur appetite
and m-tke you feel like a new mall.
They are easy t,o take, being sugar
coated. anId pleasant in elfect. F'or sale
b)y W. E Peiham & Sonl.
Coi. ICobertF Alct rich AccepOits.
The committee from the literary
societ,ies of Newber'ry College have re
ceived a r'eply from Col. Robert Aldrich
in whichl he accepts the invitaltion to
deliver tile address before the societies
in June ne xt at the comnmenicement.
The societies are fortunate in scur
ing so distinguished and einqtenit
spleaker for tis occasion.
Tis comlltes tile pirogram for the
commiencemenlt and it comprises a list
of liter'ary mnen and men who in every
way will make the commnencement a
very attraictive one.
A Snvere Cold Foar Threo Month.
The11 followIng letter fr'om A. J. Nus
baum, of Bateeville, Ind., tells its own
story. "II suffered for three months
withl a severe cold. A druggist prepar
ed mec some medicine, and a physician
prescribed for me, y'et I (lid not impIrove.
I then ti'ied Foley's Honey and Tar,
and eight, doses cur'ed me." Refuse
suIbstitut,es. Gilder' & Weeks.
A So,. 4ar Newherry.
Hon. Eugene S. Blease, of Saludi',
spent l'hur'sday ill 0our town. Mr.
Blease has1 ably i'epresented Saida
County In t,he L"gislature for the past
two years. In the fight whIch Orange
burg County madle to cut Lexingt,on's
representiatlon from I bree to) two ats tile
appiortionmnent hadl been made last
year, f.her'e was riot, a member on the
floor that imade it hardeCr fight than (lid
M r. Bllease, and his work was effective.
WVe will atlways feel grateful for his
kindly assist,ance.- -B[at.esbu rg Advo
I Lockjawv Froml (lobwetbs.
Cobwebs p~ut on a ct,t lately g'ave a
woman lockjgw Millions know that
the best, thting to put, on a cu' is Buck
loen's Arnica 8.lve, tile infallible healer'
of WVounds, UJcers'. Sore. Skin Erup
tfons, Burns, Scalds -iand Pies It
oures or no0 pay. Ontly 25-3. at all Drug
sufficient to g
rected. A pure
iOCK E tUl"F 0U I' ICtE.D.
After Thrre Years SheriiT luford Usapu,r.
at Negro for Whom a Sealed Seanteuce is
The following is taken from the
Spartanburg Herald of the 11th inst:
Sheriff M. M. Buford. of Newberry
county, adopts the piliy of keeping
everlavtingly at it when it comes to
capturing a criminal at large, and con
sequently his labors are attended with
satisfactory results. It takes a con
siderable length of time, and even
years roll by, but as in this case, his
Javert like perseverance wins out.
Yesterday Sheriff Buford arrived in
the city in quest of l)ock Rut, allas
Richard tuftT, colored, who over th re
years ago disapp'"mred from the court
room in t.ho Newberry court itouso,
and agatin4t whorn for that, period of
ti-ne has been lentdiug IL seal4'd s'n
tence for aswault and hattery with in
tent to kill.
Itulf's abrur t departurs fr,rn N w
Operry made itself a fN of not,e and
interrs', ait the ,ime, especnitl'y with he
people of his color, :d he w is consid
ered a ki.d of prodigy t> p ,rry jtst.ic -
in so mild a manner.
Since that dat. S','ritf Buford has
beei indefatigab'e in hi, elF irts to cap
ture the negro. Several times Ruff has
been located in Chariot e, Greenville,
Atlanlia and other cities, but, good
luck was with him to the extent that
he evaded capture.
Havir. secured information that Ruff
was here the Sheriff came up yester
day, and soon had his man well located
An oflicer of the city police force ar
rested Ru11' and today he will be carried
to Newtberry by Sheriff Buford.
Riftu behaved himself very well while'
in Mpartanhurg, and being energetic
and industrious was always at work, at
the time of his capture he was employed
at a leading drug house of the city to
do draying, etc. He assumed the nane
of Richard Jtones during his sojourn in
Would Smash Ihn ulub.
if members of the "1lay Fever Asso
ciation" would use Dr. King's N, w 1)is
oovery for Consumption, the club would
go to pieces, for' it always cures this
malady,--and Asthma, the kind that
baffles the doctors-it, wholly drives
from the system. Thousands of once
hopeless suffers from Consumption,
Pneumonia, Blronchit is owe their lives
and health to it. It conquers Grip,
saves little ones from Croup and
Whooping Cough and is positively gua
ranteed for all Throat and Lung trout
bles. 50ce, $1 00. Trial bottles free at
March 11, 1902, by Rev. 1i. C. Liizon,
at the Presbyterian manse, Smnyrna,
Mr. HI. U. Reeder and Miss Ellie Floyd,
all of Newberry County.
March 4, 1902, by Rev. M. M. Kinard,
Ph. D , at the home of the bride's
father, Mr. A. M. Wyse, Mr. John T.
Burton of Alligator, Mississippi, and
Miss Rosa Kinard WVyse of Columbia,
(Uan't Keep It Secret.
The spienadid work of Dr. King's New
fife Pills is daily coming to light. No
such grand remned y for Liver and Bowel
troub)les was ever known before. Thou
sands bless them for curing Constipa
tion, Sick Headache, Biliousness, Jaun
nice and Indigestion. Try them. 25c.
at all druggists.
No Argument is Needed.
Tro convince anyone who has once
tried in of the merit of our "Clifton"
crand of flour.
T1he flour speaks for itself. It, tells
its own story of absolute purity and
careful milling. It, sp)eaks in the elo
quent language of light, white loaves
and biscuits, dlehicous past ry and temp
ting cakes. it speaks with such con
viction that it, brings the user back for
more and it al ways tells the same satis
factory sto)r.. Wh y not learn t his story
of pure flour by trying "Clifton?" Ask
your grocer for it.
If you want a cheaper flour buy our
"White Fawn" (half p)atent) or spot less
(Straight.). They are just as pure,
though not so white as 'Clifton'. l'yery
sack of our flour bears the A.nti-Aduli
teration League's registered dirade
For sle by Palmetto Grocery Co andi
E. R. HIipp in Newherry, and J1. D).
Stokes at Whitmires
BRANSFORD) Mi LLS,
t.f OWEN8HOmo, K. Y.
Between the hours of eleven o'clock
a mn. andt closing time at, night on JIan.
25th, 1901. A. F. Clark, dragrgist, GIlade
Springs, Va., sold twelve bottles of
Ch'amberl"in's Cough Remedy. He
says, "I never handleet a medicine that,
sold better or gave better satisfaction
t my customers." Tihis Remedy has
been in !general use in Virginia for
many years, and the peoplpe there are
well acquainted with Its excellent
qualities. Many of the m have testified
to the remarkable cures which it has
effected. When you need a good, re
liable medicmne for a cough or cold, or
at,tack of t,he grip, uea Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and you are certain to
be more thani pleased with the qjuick
cure which it atTord. Fior saleoby W. E.
Polham Ar Ann.
ive you most
Powder as di
, true leavener.
Q>r. l'in ul,lpuu I rI 1 ,1 ,.t (nt.
In the ad. of 1)r. ('ri mnt in our Ik7a-t
paper it should hav0 been the 211h.
instead of 21st. io has also recevived
the foll) wing lett er:
A iidersonl, S. (:.
1111reh 10, 19)0)2.
)r. I. ('ritm.
)ear' Sir: I can say that,
the eye glass8 you Ilitte for me in Jan
uary are c tl,irely sat.i:fittor y. I feel
very grateful to you for thi pleasUre I
have haId in the use of t1let. M\1y eyes
are weak, but I matnage to read a good
deal and I ihink I see hett.er each day.
I will be glad to consult wit h you if I
need any ctinlges in the future, Itnd
thank you very much for what you
have done. Wishing' you lu ess.
Y11urs respevt ful ly
Milrs. .ohn W . I t.ijet'.
Til I . .
" / l ~oldl o\vrynt he"r... ..:.t. 1 .
STAUDARD W;L 10.
LAVE' things up to date. Send yotur
Coillars and ('ul's to Newherry
WILL S14C.1. dhe balance of t,he
stock in 141ynu's ( Cash Stort. at an
iinmcse sacrilice, any relsonahlc offer
will not be refus."d for any aricele in
the store. C. .1. I'tuecii.i,
P-It;il' tY-M1 rN Saah W. Calmnes
is now in Atlanta learuing the art, of
tr"imning hats and will in at flw dayr
r'etutrnli to l'iroperity wit.h a sehet line,
oIf utp-tojdte m'a illinermy, tr IioingsIi , ete ,
aind of.en aL new miliinery est.ahlish mnit.
Don't fil to e3xamin se hier i't Ek before'
tohav e ry t.enin.iiimEI''
pasturtie in town. 5er a ee $1
TIiios, I". IIAJ(MON.
MIUST U7LOSIC~ OUJI l'e rem'ainder1:1
of t.he st.ock in Il'la nn's Cash M(more
this moth t, some114 oldI prii ci.
A.LI, business tht,'s business Is "re
cipociy"buiesifs'. We hielp)
those who help us; it pays u's an md them
The Newberr'y Steam Laundry.
MitS- ^'iClE '. GiOOI)WIN will
eture In t he Armory this after
nloon at 3 o'clock t,o Indies only. Stub
)cet,. "T'1he lig her P hysical Life of
Womeon."' No atdmtission charg~.
JjIi' you have fault, to find( do not, hesi
talc to telIl us. All complaint iis are
carefully coniildieed iat the New berry
Steami Lauund ry.
It dosn't pay to be a
mile behind the band
wagon. Be in it and
let the other feliw do
the following. Moral.
Send your laundry to
the Newberry Steam
U MJ1I101R 1( It SA\ bl1-- I nmi now
read(y 1.toi fiCl'er for lumbiher on
sho' .notice. I ancat,'d wii hin one ieIt
of t,own. Give me .your orders.
f2mn. Gu1s Ii Su.eMi':
CL [IC~AN L4INlCN (Jays. lin ordoer to
have It, this way semi it to New
berry Steam iLaundlry. -
t)SS MAKING;- -A ll kimd. Lf d (ess
maiking, childrena's elothis aL 5pe
claity. P1rces reas'onahhe
I l'ourth door)1 fromi ' pera houseli 5
t&f 8t Nanee street.
TOltCHOHICfor "et -- Poor sale
or rent. Aiso) a t.wo- horse' farmn to
rent. A pply to Antina lii/zhiardt. t.Af tf
ely sthlihhment. into the' store
occuipied by PeIlham's elinta hlli andl
willI in the fuitur behI ii a btetter' posI.
tion to ser've thei plihIt. I ky''p con.(I
stantly (on hasnd, Gold Wa ches.H DI)a
mond andl weddilng rin's, jewelr'y,
ties. Rlflember I am prepare'. d to fit,
d(liultil eyes wIth grlasses. Yours for
N~ OTICIC IS HEItRIiY GIVICN
Nthat ICliztbeth II Norris has ap-*
real and personal properly appraIsed
andlI set off accor'ding to law
IH II "IKARI),
Master for Newherry' ('ounty, S. (.
Ma.rch 7th. 1902. Ac
C, G. S. MOWEH CO.,
At the lowest possible prices to
be had for the same high grade of
goods. We do not sell shoddy
goods. We do not take your
good money and in exchange give
you worthless goods. Our's is a
clean cut business, done in a clean
cutway. We protect ourcustom
ers from loss by selling them wor
thy merchandise. We carry fine
full lines of
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Hosiery,
Underwear, Millinery, Ginghams, Per
caies, Domestics, linens, Notions.
ShoFor Men, Women,
Soes Boys, Girls Babies.
Our stores are Full of goods. We
ask you to visit us. We promise
courteous dealing, fair treatment,
lowest prices. No misrepresen
tations and a big good stock to
select from. Yours truly,
When we advertise we have the goods, but we
advertise to sell and sell we do. Goods go a
flying. 5000 2lb cans tomatoes and a lot of
other Bargains sold in less than two weeks.
There are some who, awake at last, come
after the early bird has caught the worm and
then say, why you advertise and dont have the
goods We say to these, Watch our advertis
ments, come at once, for delay is dangerous.
There are those who take advantage of every
IIERE IS ANOTIIER EYE OPENER!
S,500( (ians ilb) Tomatoes, 10c per can.
2,O O() . 1 i is S yr a p p es < e r d.e, 8 o p er c a n .
1 ,000 21b) canms Syrup Peaches 8c per can.
1,000) 31b cans Danish Cabbage, 5c per can.
I ,500 21b) cans Blackberries, 90c por can.
500) 211b cans1 Cherries, (good enough for Princeo Henry) )c por can.
WVo have bargins for every one in overy line, especially D)ry (Goods,
Clothing and Shoes. WVe bonght our goods while comp11etitioni was b)lowinlg
to keep warmi. Now goods arriving daily.
Yours for the best ait the loweost,
T1he Fair and Squaire 1)ealor.
F or the jNext 60 DaysWeavpltyf
All Pictures will be sold
at greatly reduced ANC EEBAC
prices O atrwudb osnlyu )s
at W lashv t nsok
A nic lineofch a ke thi ttle fromdren
SLatioery a 25aperLe bysdyeingyeggspfor
Ha eses isv plntyoe Wto goodi
Boesok store.. Maei Dieo rislgo jSte