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V. H. AULL. EDILoR.
Mayor Klettner and the city council
are making efforts to stop the blocking
of sidewalks. In this they should have
the co-operation of the citizens gener
We would like to suggest to Super
intendent Boyd and the commissioneri
of public works that it is very dark b]
and before 8 o'clock these nights an
on Saturday night the streets weri
dark some time before the lights cami
on. The street lights should be or
before 8 o'clock especially on Saturda
The candidates are already on thq
rounds. We had one for Congress an(
one for Superintendent of Education ii
the city on Saturday, and yesterday i
candidate for governor was shaking
hands with friends and making nev
acquaintances. We are always glad t
see them and will treat them courte
ously, though, of course, we can't voto
for all of then,
The Mollobon Manufadturing Com
pany has made wonderful progress i
the work of getting the mill ready fo
the machinery considering the weathe
we have had for the past several weeks
The building is nearly completed an
it is expected to have all the machiner;
in and the mill in operation not late
than the first of July. President Gec
W. Summer and Superintendent E. E
Wilbur have been. doing' some gooi
work. The location 'of the mill is ai
ideal one and the mill village is very d(
sirably located. We should now hav
- one more mill and if the money that i
idle in the county were utilized w
could easily build another.
A Beautiful Marriage Koleninized in A
The following account of the mar
riage of a young lady who has man
relatives and friends in this county
taken from the Atlanta Journal, c
March 26th., will be read with ir
'The wedding of Miss Etoile Dicker
and Dr. F. B. Bruce Wednesday ever
1Ing was a beautiful occasion. Tbe horn
of the bride's parents was decorate<
with palms and roses, the color schem
of pink and white being carriedi ou
ai all details.
The wedding took place at 7:
o'clock in the presence of a large nunr
* ber of relatives and friends.
The ceremony was performed by Dr
Theron Rice. The bridal party er
tered to the strains of Mendelssohn
wedding march, rendered by Miss Alm
The bride wore white liberty sati
trimmed with silk applique and a bei
tha of silk lace in which 4range bloi
soms were caught. The veil of tull
was adjusted with a wreath of orang
blossoms. She carried a shower bou
quet of bride roses.
The bridesmnaigs were dressed I1
white and carried large bouquets c
pink bridesmlaid roses tied with pini
liberty satin ribbon.
* The maid of honor, Miss Ray Dick
ert, the sister of the bride, wore a be
coming gown of white and carried
shower of white roses tied with pin'
-sat in ribbon.
The:'matron of honor, Mrs. Franl
Cornell, of Nashville, Tenn., wore
gown of white over pink. The brides
maids were Miss Agnes Summer, c
South Carolina; Miss Emiy White an<
Miss John Fic'k*ett.
The groomsmen were: Mr. Hug]
The ushers were Miss Nannie Haley
Mr. Hez y Stanford and Mr. Martin.
The bride and groom were the re
-cipients of many handsome presen's.
The ceremony was fo!lowed b3 a largi
reception and delightful supper. The
tables were-.arranged in the shape of
~--cross, having as a centerpiece a mas
sive pyramMl of pink and white roses
and they were ,ilJuminated with pini
- and white candles..
~t 12 o'clock Mr. Bruce and jif
* bride left for an extended trip r.orth
visiting New York, Niagara, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington and other
places of interest.
Both the bride and groom hav.e a
large number of friends. Mr. Bruce
is a prominent young business man o1
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce will be at home
to t' eir friends at 141 East Hunter
street after April 26.
Cures Blood Poison, Cancer, Uice 3, Eczema,
Carbuncies, Etc. Med eine Frr e.
Robert Ward, Maxey's, Ga., says: "IJ
suffered from blood poison, my bead,
face and shoulders were one mass of
corruption. aches in bones and joints,
burning, itching, scabby skin, was all
run down and discouragcd, Botauic
Blood Balm cured me perfectly, healed
all the sores and gave my skin the rich
glow of health. Blood Balm put new
life,. into my blood and new ambition
into my brain." Geo. A. Williams,
Roxbury, face covered with pimuples,
chronic sore on back of head, supperat
ing swellircg on neck, eating ulcers on
leg, bone pains, itchicg skin cured per
fectly by Botanic Blood Balm-sores
all healed. Botanic Blood Balm, cures
all malignant blood troubles, suchl as
eemar, scabs and scales, pimples, run
ning sores, carbuncles, sero'ula, etc.
Especial.iy advised for all our.tinate
cases that have reached the second or
third stage. Druggists, $1. To prove
it cures, sample of Blood Bolm sent
~free and prepaid by writing Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble
and free medical advice sent in sealed
HOW THE DAY WAS OBSERVED IN
THE NEWBERRY CPURCHES.
The Eloquent and Forceful Sermons of the
cellent Music by the Choirs.
Again the civilized world has been
called to commemorate the even of all
events the greatest, whether in sacred
history or profane, the resurrection of
Christ. For it is upon this fact that
the whole Christian Church is founded,
and the hope of the Christian rests.
Sunday was a beautiful and typical
Easter day, and all the various churches
were filled. Special Easter services
were held at the Methodist, Lutheran,
Associate Reformed Presbyterian, and
THE METHODIST CHURCH
was artistically but not elaborately dec
orated. In and. around the chancel
were a number of palms and other pot
ted plants, so arranged as to present a
The morning sermon was preached
by the Rev. G. H. Waddell, of Colum
bia. His text was taken from John
11:25 and 26: "1 am the resurrection
and the life," etc.
There are two deaths and two resur
r rections,the physical death and the spir
r itual death, the physical and the spir
itual resurrection. To both the physi
I cal and spiritual death Jesus Christ is
7 the resurrection and the life. We find
r both the promise and demonstration of
physical resurrection in the instances
of death and resurrection on record in
the gospel. He mentioned the cases of
the daughter of Jairus, the young man
of Nane, and Lazarus, the resurrec
e tion of these three being beyond dis
8 pute, in fact they have never been dis
puted. These indicate not only the
hope and promise, but are the demon
tration of the resurrection of the body
The same instances illustrate spirit
ual death, suggesting the condition of
children, of young people, and of older
people. Dead in trespass and sin, as
dead to God and heaven as he who
y suffers physical death is to his home
and famill, physical death being the
loss of correspondence with physical
things. To the spiritually dead Jesus
Christ is the resurrection and the life.
t Our hope of resurrection is in him.
~Mr. Waddell went into a discussion
eof physical death, giving the scientific
1definition, and ran out the parallel with
espiritual deathb, showing that Christ is
tthe resurrection to both.
AT THE THOMPSON STREET A. R. P.
LThe church was decorated with beau
tiful lillies. The devotional ser+ices
were condu9ted by Dr. McClintock,
*the pastor. The sermon was preached
by Rev. C. E. Todd fron the text,
a" Whatsoever man soweth, that shall he
also reap," and "Some men's sins go
before unto judga.nent." The preacher
gave a careful exposition of the text,
developing Its principles and applying
them with rare skill and much earnest
ness. The sermon was very edifying
and greatly enjoyed by all of the con
SMr. Todd is at present engaged in
raising the Twentieth Century Educa
tional Fund of his Synod and is meet
ing with gratifying success.
THE LUTHERAN CHURCH.
'Was most beautifully decorated.
SWithin the rostrum on the left was a
profusion of plants in bloom whose
varied shades of color brought out in
relief the background of green and pur
pie and lent brilliance to the gorgeous
azellas, statsely white lillies, palms and
graceful ferns. The church was a veri
table wealth of royal violets, lovely
white fraserast and Easter lillies, typi
cal of the young girls wbo knelt and
breathed their vows to God In holy rite
Rev. Mr. Seabrook took his text frg
tbe 28th chapter pf Matthew, the 7th
verse. His theme was,'"The Easter
Message." After giving a brief his
Story of the observance of thbe day and
the growing importance that has been
attached to its observance by the Chris
tian Church and by the whole pivilized
world, he said that the first truth in
congetion with the Easter message
and the one to which he wished first
to call attention, is that here it is, and
here alone, that men find satisfied that'
supreme longing of the human soul,
that longing that even one of the pagan
philosopher is said to have expressed,
that longing for immortality. For it
is in and by th*e resurrection message
alone that life and immortality Is
brought to light through the gospel. It
is true that i the human heart there
is and has always been, in every land,
among every nat,ion, the hope of a
future life. But until that first resur
rection morn it was only a hope, dim
and uncertain. Christ died and rose
again. There is life that is stronger
than death. Death has no power over
man. This is the Easter message. The
revelation of the risen Christ is the
revelation of immortality. That which
were before a hope is now made sure.
The g'es of immortality are open
wide, the scal of the tomb is broken,
and thbe stone is rolled away forever.
He talked of the Eatster message as
a comforter to hearts that are bowed in
srrow, the comfort that is given by the
undying love ot a risen Christ. The
deepest meaning of Eatster is personal.
Is message is person~al. It comes to
us in our- hours of sorrow amid all this
earth dross. If we could realize that
the Christ is alive, if we could know
the p,ower of his resurrection, we would
think of our loved ones passed beyond i
as we think of hin Is it possible for E
I yon tisnkrn o. dena Christ Nay,
"I am He that liveth forever." Rea<
his history. What is it? A little whil
here in the earth life Death. Th
tomb. Life. This is the history c
Christ. On the one eide grief, o
the other joy, lying between them th
scpulcbre. That is his history. Does rc
his word teach us that is the iiistor
of all those who live in him and hav
hope in him? What hq 14 earth to giv
to all men but that? Here we live
little while, t hen death and the tom
on the earthward side. On the heaver
ward side joy and gladness forever. A
our Saviour died, was buried, ro,e, s
the teaching of the Word is that eve
also them that sleep in Jesus will Go
bring with him. 0, glorious Eastt
Not only, however, should this b
the force of that message to Christia
hearts, but as it comforts us who r(
maii when loved ones pass beyond, i
should, it seems to me, also have tb
power to deliver us, so that when the
hour comes, even that heritancy the
sometimes fills our minds when i
comes will pass away, and we will b
able in that hour to say with the psaln
ist, yea, though I walk through th
valley of the shadow of death, I wi
fear no evil.
But the message has not only con
fort, not only power to comfort in th
hour of sorrow, not only power to dE
stroy human fear, it has power for
new meaning over the life that we liv
here and now, to give a new directio
to character and to conduct. Hol
narrow is the range of our living apai
from the resurrection and its power. i
gives .us inspiration or aspiratiot
whatever you may call it, for a ne
life, for a nobler life, and as the ii
spiration comes to us this day, it giv(
power to carry into effect these resi
AT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
The services were conducted by Re,
W. S. Holmes. His sermon was eh4
quent and forceful, tUe truth being pr
sented in a logical manner.
In all the churches was by sele4
choirs. The numbers were sweet an
selected with reference to the morn <
the Resurrection, and rendered wit
feeling, wafting tne thought and toucl
ing the heart with joy and gladnes
mingling with the fragrance of tb
flowers the voice of praise and prayE
to him who is the hop of mankind.
No special services were held at th
Presbyterian and Baptist ch'urches.
Dr. Cromer in Charleston.
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer went to Charlesto
Saturday to deliver an address Sunda
night on the occasion of the anniversar
Easter Celebration of St. Andrew's Bib:
Class. The News and Courier .has 'tl:
following to say of the address:
The only address of the evening wt
made by Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, the actis
and cultured president of Newberry Co
lege, one of the most prominent educi
tors of the State. Dr. Cromer is alwaj
an attractive and entertaining speake
but if he is ever better at one time tha
at another then it is when he is calle
on to speak to young people In the pre
ence of a sea of faces of young folks, t1
shores being made up of interested pa
rents and friends, Dr. Cromer found an
pie opportunity to speak with telling e
fect a word in season, and by many illu:
trations, so put forth that the youngei
child present could understand his meat
ing, he made plain the l'essons of Easte:
Mrs. W. W. Riser died at her homn
in the upper part of the county on Sur
day evening 'at 7 o'clock, after an 11:
ness of several weeks. Her remain
were buried yesterdry af ternDon at Fait
view. The family has the sympath
of their many' friends in Newberry
Mrs. Riser was a good woman and wil
be missed in the neighbborhood in~ whic1
Mr. W. D. Halfacre died at his horn
in the county on Friday of last week~
He had been ill for several weeks an'
and the end was not. unexpected. H
leaves a famHly and a large circle c
relatives and friends to mourn hi
The fruit trees are in full bloom, an
judging by their appearance fruit wil
be abundant this year.
We are having lovely weather now
and the farmers are putting in gooi
work. Some are putting down guano
others planting corn and others ar<
getting the land ready for planting
otton. From the way farmers talk
more corn. will be planted than thern
has been in a long time.
Mrs. John Workman and Mrs. Idi
McCrackin spent a few days at thi
ome of their mother, Mrs. Rache
Bonds, last week.
Misses Lula Johnson and Ida Smiti
risited Mrs John Workman, quite re
The young people had a very pleas
mt time las Friday night at a pound
arty given by Mr. and Mrs. William
&fason in honor of their school teacher,
Niss Lucy Sloan. Her school, (the
3bady Grove school) will close Friday
Services were held last Sunday at the
'airview Baptist church. Rev. M. M.
3urton delivered an excellent sermon
n the text, "Restore unto me the joy
f thy salvation."
Services will be held at Tabernacle
hurch next Sunday. Rev. Mr. Thrower
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Miller will give a
ocial to the young people next Friday
ighbt. Socials at their hospitable home
re always enjoyed. Mack.
Mh 29, 1902.
t Beginning at the time when girlhood h!osso
tnto lovely wonmanholod. thrnieh :ll hir life, ii
V the first tew silver s!tre:!k p tii :ith:t% ing i
wonmn's days of cold and sutferi g ctin- g tih, j
as the moon continues ever!:isti:Iy to grow
wane. and b)rin.g her we:Lknhess., li iche, chi
discomfort and depression; yet she e- her b
den patiently and with rare c.u. ige. The o:
relief she may gain is through alleviation, strength
b Jug herself,insiring quiet nerves and rest.
n BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATI
* will warm her through and through, alleviate
suffering, relieve that depressing pain. strengt]
t her nerves, drive away that sinking dll faintni
stop that headache, so( the her like a moth4
e kiss, and carry her safely and comfortably throi
There will be no obstructed periods. The e
recurrent and the monthly moon will follow regul:
upon each other thirteen times a year.
Buy of druggists for $1.00 per bottle.
You are welcome to our illustrated FRI
e book "Perfect Health for Women."
- THE BRADIFELD REGULATOR CO
e ATLANTA, GA.
After the honeymoon it is mostly be
e --o -
Foley's Honey and Tar crmntains
opiates and will not constipate li
a nearly all other cough medicines. I
e fuse substitutes. Sold by Gilder
Clothes makes the man and the und
t clothes the woman.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidot
and bladder right. Don't delay takil
Sold by Gilder & Weeks.
s Little children know more than tl
>- say, and grown-up people say more tl
Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in ti
r. affords security from all kidyley a
. bladder diseases. Sold by Gilder
Some women are so unselfisn they mE
themselves presents of bottles of whisl
t and boxes of cigars.
d The surest, ad safest remedy
> kidney and bladder -diseases is Fole,
b Honey and Tar. Sold by Gilder
Either people know how to do a thi
e but don't want to, or they want to do
r but don't know how.
e Chronic Bronchitts Cured.
"For ten years I had chronic bri
chitis so bad that at times I couldi
speak above.- a whisper," writes]2
Joseph Coffman, of M ontmore'nci, 11
n ''I tried all remedies available, I ut W
no success. Fortunately my emploj
suggested that I try Foley's Honey a
yTar Its effect was almost miraculo
e and I am now cured of the disease.
e my recommendation many people he
used Foley'-s Honey and Tar, and
ways with satisfaction." Sold by C
- Spindle-shanked women don't beli'
- in rainy-day skirts any more than f
s chested ones approve of low cut gowns
A (chattanooga Druggist,'s State muent.
nRobt. J. Miller, lProprietor of 1
d Rea House Drug store of Chattanoo
- Tenn., writes: "There is more me
e in Foley's Honey and Tar than in a
.- other cough syrup Tbe calls for
Lmultiply wonderfully ana we sell ai
of it than all other cough svrups cc
- bined." Sold by Gilder & Weeks.
t Nine-tenths of a woman's educatiot
..acquired between the beginning of I
engagement and the end of her honi
Pneumnonta liRobbed of Its Terrors
By Foley's Honey and Tar. It st<
the racking cough and heals a
strengthens the ltwgs. If taken
time is will prevent an attack of- pnt
-monia. Refuse' substitutes. Sold
s Gilder & Weeks.
A woman's ideas of making anott
woman feel comfortable is to teach I
-not to mind because all men care abc
1 anyway is a pretty woman
D)readfoi Attack of Whooping Cough.
Mrs Ellen Hlarlison, of 30(0 Park Avi
& Kansas City, Mo., writes as follov~
-"Our two children had a severe.attai
of whooping cough, one of them in ti
e paroxysm of coughing would often fai
and bleed at the nose. We tried ever
thing we beard of withou~t getting r
lief. We then called in our fami
doctor who prescrib)ed Foley's Honi
and Tar. With the very first dose the
began to improve and we feel that
has saved their lives." Refuse subs1
tutes. Sold by Gilder & Weeks.
EARE offering some Special
WEcheap kind that is oftea ads
a well dressed man would wear.
prices, and then come to our store
1 lot Fancy Suits worth $16.50 01
1 lot Fancy Suits worth $13.50 01
1 lot Fancy, Suits worth $12.50 01
price $10 00.
1 lot all Wool Worsted Suits, Blu<
and Blacks worth $10.00 to $12
50 our prica $9.50.
1 lot all Wool Worsted Suits in Gra'
worth $10 00 our price $8 50.
Boys Knee Suits in
4 to 1 6 years--Style
rigyt. Our stock of
patterns a.nd sizes are
are right. Dainty line
prices. Butterick Mei
at I Oc.,a copy.
ver) People are going wild over our
ry my mind to do the Dry Goods busi
going to do the b.. siness, make or br
are bent toward making this store 1
We are not building business fc
. If it's the longest pole that gets thE
it this spring. I am a price make
have been paying too much it's p
n and this is where I come in as pric<
e lects how things were before Mimr
"& today. I am only beginning. Joir
Salesmen and Salesladies to wait <
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS!
The fiest. line of Drss Goods and Silks ever
brought to Newberry.. Yon know we have got the
Ley stock to select from. L can show you more Dress
Goods, and Silki than all the dry goods stores
in Newberry combined. Come to headquarters and
nd buy your Easter outfit.
y Embroideries! Embi
You know who sells the Emt
*s received another wagon load.
& thrown on center tables .at less
the dollar. Every yard we sell m
n ADVERTISEMENT FOR MIMNAI
3 cases calicoes the 5c kind Mimn
2 cases white lawn short lengths,
2 cases Androscoggan bleach clot
n- I case 36 inch Percales, the price
* I case Cambric, short length, 1 Oc
d. 300 doz. Clarks spool cotton two e
er 5 bales 40 inch Newberry mills wt
nid 2 bales 30 inch "" dril
S100 white bed spreads slightly s
ve price. We are in a position to buy
quarters with a good business recc
credit sufficent to buy goods in
eBught fro-n the leadiug fact- ritas in the country
rit No middle mu.n1's profit heo 50 cases just opened
ny and still they come. Don't buy your Shoes arnd
it Siippers until you see my line. We got the stock.
SIWe go~t the styles and we certainly got the lowest
50 doz. Men's colored negligee shirts the $1.00
.. The Leading,S
er _ _ _
Knights of Pythias,,
NeberyLodge No. 75.'h
nit T A TE D COsVENTIONS ThF i
e-ad4th Tuesday ntights of each month With the adver
y at 8.00. Visi'ing~ Kni'vhts enr'Wq Its providing, its
~y welcomed. THOR. E. EPTIN(i, di e app'a1 to all c
y K. of R. anzd S prog'ress upon safe
it Crotwell Hotel Buildiung ting a word of exaj
1-. keeping means no
_______________-- ______retainable bv' conal
-pal is earlied out
LO1'HING is n
~IIII~~I T'E \1 Creat many at
Sers. We endeavor
whbo are up*o-d ate
Bargains in Spring Clothing. Not the made in every way
ertised at low Jigaires, but the kind that that mon.ey can 1:u
Ve as.k you to look at. the following 1d o material at
md see the goods that are advertised: prices ore corret
ir 1 Jot all Wool Clays, Black, worth: F1lll pgglhCr
$10.00 our price $8.00. A grea,t hot we:
r UBoys Slts, Sizes~ 14 to 19 Year's, gattvarey awl
1 lot Blue Herring Bone, all wool, at We want to pleasE
2r $6.50. Come and see he for
1 lot Fancies worth $10.00 orpiewr n
.. 1 lot Fancies worth $10.00 our price JA GREAT LINE
$7.50. OF SUSPENDER
rs 1 lot Fancies worth $7.50 and $8 50 The "Guyot."
our price $6.00. The Atwood.
dl colors and sizes, from NECK HEAD
correct, and the price is Everything you
dd Pants is complete,1 E"NOUGH SAJ[
the best, and the prices
of Neckwear at popular' OUr Stock
:ropolitan Fashion Books;
new Spring stock I hav) raade U
ness of Newbarry this Spriag. I am
eak. All our energies and endeavors
the very best in South Carolina.
>r a season but for the time to come
persimmon we will certainly have
r--If the price is not right, If you
art of my business to make it right
3 maker. The trading public recol
laugh come and-know how they are
i the crowds every day., Plenty of
)n the rush.
This is where we do the busiiiess. Mrs. Hair
has charge of my Millinery Department. Having
spent two weeks in Baltimore in the trimming de
partment of Armstrong, Cator & Co., she can trim
x,n a hat as well as any Northern Milliner and at
lhe same time save you from 50c to $2 00 on every
hat you buy from her. She is an artist in her line
so don't buy your hat until you see my line.
roideries. I have
These goods are
than fifty cents on
ikes a WALKING
iugh's price 3 1-2
LOcquality - 5c
a the price.is 7 1-2
is - - - 5c
quality - 61l-4c
pools for - 5c
ite cloth 5c yard
oiled to go at half
goods from head
'rd and capital and
any market in the
S kiud, Miumangh's price 69 eeats.
50 d z. Men's colored negligee shirts the 75c kind
Mimungh's price 40 cents.
I Lave~ been opening up new goods for the last
weeak and still they come.
No matter what prices are quoted yon in South
ICarolina I will always be lower.
tore of Newberry, S. C.
uestion of Dress is.f aromouqb
at of the season tbe principal thought of'the world is dress.
rariation and its ost. Our talks on the new spring merchan
areful dresserp, fashionable and discriminating people. We.
lines: we are ev.er cautious as to statements-never permit
rgeration, becaii-e we are proud of our reputation. Store
t merely the disposition of inerchandise; with us it means
whkh we cGnsider a precious possession and only getable and
ant merit. Thr'ugh every p"rtion of this store this princi
ow ~ing made by a BLUE SE~RGE
toab'v 'om a Will be worn. We carry the line made
Tailors Elegantly in Regulars, Slims and Stouts. Theg
best workmanship we sell you our Nobby Fancy Suits.
d.Stict ate.Tion The'se are distinct etyles made from
siunexceeda nd beautIful selected exclusive patterns.
- See our low price on these goods.
M .'Extra Trousers. Sume Shrs
vea What a line~ we do -ca-cption one of the most
rices'. all of the most stylish varied and largest ever
yo.cut, make and finish, shown. All the new pat
e o All sizes carried in stock terns as they are offered
electes and lNoveltieR.
S.FHES! SNOES.! SHOES!!
Ia sI We eirry the Shoe Stock of the City.
(Ill0SaIN THIS WE STUDY TO PLEASE.
will 8 Has8ro he 8ha Furnishing Gods.
Htfo m the Cha t Tais line is Complete.
of Clothing is Complete in Every Particular.
EET. - NEWBERRY. S. O.