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m~ rid a4 Jews.
- E,p1 eopl'1ervives.
have been requested to announce
at ReV. W. S. Holmes will be in New
ry and preach at St. Luke's Episcopal
X 'hurch next Sunday at t i a. m , and at 5
p. t. Public invited.
The 8trawbo-ry fe.tivai,
The strawberry and ice cream festival
given by the ladies of the Thompson
Street A. R. P. church Tuesday after.
noon was indeed a nice affair and netted
the ladies a ueat little sum for thei- new
Death of an Infant.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
McGraw, who live a few miles from the
city, died on Faiday, the 16th, with chol
era infantum, at the age of two years.
The burial took place at Lebanen on.Sat
u.day, the 17th.
Mr. (eorge Whitman, aged about 5o
years, died at his home in West End on
Tuesday morning. His remains were
carried to Sharon church, Kinard, on
Wednesday for burial. Funeral services
were conducted by Rev. N. N. Burton.
Southern Railway summer Resort Folder
Much valuable information; mailed
free to any address upon application to
Agents, Southern Railroad.
W. H. Tayloe, Asst. Gen. Pass Agent,
Atlanta, Ga., R. W. Hunt, Division
Pass. Agent, Charleston, S. C., J. U.
Beam, Dist. Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga.
What Thin Folks Noed
Is a greater power of digesting and
-assimilating food. For them Dr. King's
Now Life Pills work wonders They
tone and regulate the digestive organs,
gently expel all poisons from the syn
tem, enrich the blood, improve appe
tite, make healthy flesh. Only 25c at
A Mad D)og.
Wednesday afternoon fate a dog in the
easterti part of the city, belonging to
some colored people, had to be killed
and is supposed to have been mtad. The
dog bit a negro man, the owner of the
dog, and a negro girl who attempted to
tie it after it was observed to be acting
in a suspicious manner.
demands that .vou be on the alert to see
that you get Painkiller (Perry Davis')
when you ask for it; some dealers will
try and persuade you to take something
else, claimed to be just as good; Insist
upon getting Painkiller, the remedy
which has been the world's family
doctor for 60 years; i,t never fails to
stop diarrhea, . griping pains in the
- stomach or bowels, dysentery, etc..
Large bottles 25 and 50 cents.
To Break Dirt Monday.
The superintendent with his force ar
rived in the city the early part of the
week to begin work on the sewerage
plant, and has been engaged arranging
the preliminaries [t is said that dirt
will be brokeni Monday morning and it is
the intention of the contractors to finish
up by Septemiber 1st
Standc Like a Stone Wall.
Between your children and the tor
tures of itching and burning eczema,
scaidhead or other skin diseases. How?
why, by using B3ucklen's Arnica Salve,
earth's greatest healer. Quiekest cure
for Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt Rheum,
Cuts, Burns or Bruises In faillble for
!Piles. 25c. at all druggists.
The Fl rotnen's Toiuna,mnt.
Sumter has arranged for a grand fire
mnen's tournament to be held on the 24th
and 25th of June. That city has suc
ceeded in raising $8c3, which will be put
up as prizes. The Excelsior Fire Comi
pany will enter the races. They hope to
have their horse and wagon by that time
and enter the hose wagon .contests, but
should they fail in that they wvill1 be
there with their hand reel and make it
"mighty warm" for somnebodly.
Wots't, Fonow Advice After l'ayin,g For It.
In a recent article a prominent p)hysi
clan says, ''It is next t,o imp)ossile for
the physicinn to get huis patients to'
carry out. any prescribed course of hv
giente or diet to the smallest, extent; hie
has but one resort left,, namely, the
drug treatment." When medicines a
used for chronic constIpation, the most
mild and gentle obtainable, such as
Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver Tab
lets, should be employed. Their' use is
not, followed by const,ipation as they
leave the bowels in a natural and
healthy condition. For sale by W. 10.
Mr. II. S. Nace and other rep)resenta
tives arrived mn the city a few (lays ago
for the purpose of introdlucinig a new
musical inst,rumnent of his own inannm
focture, The Bavariani Harp It is a pret
ty and sweet-tonued little instrumenut that
any one can play in a short time and
they sold rapidly. The agents sold in
Newberry abont 65 of the instruments at
$4.75 each, and the air around town is full
of music ''Billy" Weddington was with
Mr. Nace, and his friends were glad to
see him. The agency for the harp was
left with Mr. J. H. West and those who
were so unfortunate as not to get one
can do so yet.
Reveals a (Ireat eret.
Iis oft,en asked how such stattilng
cures, that puzzle the best physisians,
are effeoted by Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consum ption. H ere's t,he ac cret.
It cut,s out the phlegm and germ-infect
ed mucus,.and lets the life-givIng oxy
gen enrich anud vitalize the blood. It
heals the Inflamed, cough-worn throat
and lungs. flard colds and stubborn
coughs soon yild to Dr. King's New
Discovery, tbe most InfallIble remedy
tot' all Throat and Lung diseases. Guar
anteed bottles 50c. sAd $1.00. TrIal
bottles free at all ,iru.ggIsts,
VARIOUS AN9D ALL ABOUT.
News is about as scprce 4s money.
The school children ale happy. Va
cation time drawv near.
,It has been unusually dull in the
city for the past lew days.
Several persons fron town will at
tend the picnic at Hartford. tomorrow.
The contractors say they will have
our sewerage system in by September
The photographers and the Bavarian
Harp men have had the town for the
p stt week.
The work of putting in machinery at
the Mollohon cottou mill is progress
Dr. R F. Smith, of Piokons, is an
nounced in this paper as a candidate
Geo. E1. Prince, of Anderson, is an
nounced as a candidate for Congress
in this paper.
About a car load of persons went
from here to Charleston on last Tues
Rev. T. G. Herbert will preach in
the Central Methodist churci next
Hon. I. H. McCalla, of Abbeville, is
announced in this paper as a candidate
for Congress from this district.
Hon. Wyatt Aiken, of Abbeville, is
announced in this paper as a candidate
for Corgress from this, the third -die
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Consolidated Telephone Company of
South Carolina, is called for June 3rd.
Hon. George S. Mower was elected
Grand Chancellor at the meeting of the
Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias at
Mesbrs. J. Guy Daniels, B. C. Math
ews and J. E. Renwick went to Colum
bita Tuesday night and were made
S. C. Merchant, Esq , announces
himself in this paper as a candidate for
Magistrate for Townships Nos. 1, 2 and
8. subject to the primary election.
The Governor offers a reward of $100
for the arrest and conviction of the
person or persons who burned the barn
of Mr. J. G. Jenkins, near Vaughville,
on the 12th inst.
A jolly set of candidates-for Con
gressional honors, stopped over in New
berry yesterday to meet the people.
The district would .not suffer in the
hands of either.
The committee from the City Coun
cil is having some trouble in finding
a suitable horse for the firemen. Take
time gentlemen and get a first-class
animal while you are at it.
We congratulate our friend, Mr. J
A. Summersett., on -his election as
Grand Prelate by Grand Lodge, K. of
P. He is an earnest worker during
all the year and deserves the promo
tion he has secured from his fellows
by faithful performance of duty.
Hon E. S.- Blease, of Saluda, was in
the city yesterday.
Mr J. Guy Daniels spent a day or
two in Union the first of the week.
M iss Matt,ic Dean, of Whitmire, is
sp)ending a few days in the city with
Miss Eugenia Bradburn.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer ret,urned from Co.
lumnbia yei-terday where he had been
attending a meeting of the State Med
Dr-. R. F. Smith, of Pickens, a candi
dat,e for Congress from this district,
arrived in Newberry yesterday and is
shaking hands with his friends.
Hon. Geo. E Prince, of Anderson,
candidate for Congress from this die
trict, is in t,he cit y today renewing old
and forming new acquaintances.
-M,- P. J1. Voss, who has been at home
fo,r several days enjoying a rest, will
leave today for Chic-ago, in the in
terest, of the company he represents.
HoIun. Wyat,t Aiken, of Abbevilie, Can
dlidate for Congress from the third dis
trict stoppled over In Newberry yester
(lay anzd received calls from several of
Holds Up a Congraamiaon.
"At the end of the campaign," writes
Champ Clark, Missouri's brilliant con
gressman, "from overwork, nervous
tension, loss of sleep andi constant
sp)eaking I had about utter-ly collapsed.
It seemed that all the organs in my
biody were out of order, but tbhree bot
t,les of Electric Bitters made me all
right. It's the best all-round medicine
evoer sold over a druggist,'s counter."
Overworked, r-un-down men and weak,
sickly women gain splendid health and
vitality from Electric Bitters. Try
them Only 50c. Gusranteed by all
Cunnnnham to Marnhal.
(News and Courier, 24th.]
Postmaster G. I. t.unninghamu was
todlay appoint,ed United 8tatcs marshal
to supplant Lawson Melton. The nom
inat,ion of Mr. Cunningham to the mar
shalsh ip surprised no one here familiar
with the situation and it is in accord
ainco with a pr-ogramme outlined by
Dilst,-ict Attorney Capers when he was
Seiatic Rtheum%ttsm Uinred After Fourteen
Yearsa of SurrerIng.
"I have been aflicted wit,h sciatic
rheumatism for fourteen years," says
Josh Edgar, of Germantown, Cal. "I
was able to be around but constantly
suffered. I tried everything I could
hoar of and last was told to try Chain
berlain' Pain Balm, which I did and
was immediately relieved and in a shor-t
time cured, and I am happy to say it
has not since returned." Wh~y not use
this liniment, and get well? It is for
sale by W. E. Pelham & Sn.
. Nowberrians at the Head.
. It is indeed a Loiucidence that three
Newberrians should stand at the head of
three of the important and leading secret
orders of the State, and it is indeed an
honor to Newberry to have her worthy
sons fill these honorable positions. For
instance, at the meeting this week at
Greenwood, Hon. Geo. S. Mower was
elected Grand Chancellor of the State for
the Knights of Pythias; only a fe'w weeks
ago Supt. J. M. Davis, of the Newberry
Cotton Mills, was elected Grand' Master
of the Independent Order Odd Fellows,
of this State, and only a few weeksbefore
that Mr. J. IH. Hair was elected Great
Sachemn of the State at the Great Council
Iuproved Order Red Men.
This certainly shows that Newberry is
at the front as far as honors are con
ce"rned in secret orders.
Card of Thianks.
Mr. Editor: Please allow us a little
space in your paper to thank the many
kind people who by their words and
deeds did all they could to lighten our
burden and comfort our bleeding hearts
durirfg the last, sad illness of our dear
little son. We extend our heartfelt
thank,i to one and all and sincerely
hope that in their time of hereavment
they may have such kind and consid
erate friends as we had. May the God
of all mercy bless them abundantly.
Robert lE. Dowd and family.
May 21, 1902.
Johnstone Acemtny Dots.
We are having some line weather at
present and the farmers are all very
The Bull Telephone Company have
arrived, and are camping in the grove
near the Johnstone Academy.
'l'here was an able sermon delivered
at Colony church last Sabbath by the
Rev. R. E. McDaniel of Pittsburg,
There will be communion services at
Cannon's Creek church on the 4th Sab
bath of this month.
There will be a picnic at the John
stone Academy on Saturday, May 31st.
The public is invited to attend.
Much success to The Herald and
No Loss of Tine.
I have sold Chamberlain's Colic Chol
era and Diarrhoea itemedy for years,
and woul. rather be out, of coffee and
sugar than it I sold live bottlWs of it
yesterday to threshers that could go no
far:ther, and they are at work again
this morning. 11. t. Phelps, Plymouth,
Oklahoma. As will be seen by the
above the threshers wcre able to keep
on with their work without, losing a
single day's time You should keep a
bottle of this Remedy in your home.
for sale by W. E Pelham & Son.
William D. Halfacre the only son of
the late David N. and Sara C. Halfacre,
was born on December 14th 1857, and
died on March 28, 1902, being 44 years,
3 months, and 14 days of age.
lie was twice married, first to Miss
Josephine Cald well, she having died, he
was martied to Miss Bett,ie Maybin on
May 4t,b, 1893, with whom he happily
lived until death came. He was united
with Bethlehem Evangelical Lut,h
eran church during the days of his
early boyhood afterwards he helped to
build St. Philips church end moved
his membership there, where he was
quitely laid to rest to await the morn of
the resurect,ion. He- had been In ill
health for some time and wes str'icken
with a severe for'm of typhoid fever
almost six weeks before the end came.
-He sulfered yvith per'fect resIgnation,
bore his suffer-ings 'as one to whom a
blissful immtTortality had a charm, and
quietly fell asleep in Jesus. Ail of the
kind and la'tient attention that human
hanrds could give wer'e of no avail, for
the D)ivine bands far greater than ours,
had seen lit. to take him it theIr tender
carec. Hec expressed his thoughts of
dying and said he had 'no fear that he
felt safe In t,he arms of Jesurs.
No dear husband you can never' kttow
how much I miss thee
Thou no more our songs shall know,
Yet again we hope to meet, thee,
When tIhe day of liie Is lied;
Then int heavent with joy to greet thee,
Where no fat'ewell tear Is shed.
and Carbnneles-Costs Northing ni Try.
B. Bi. IB. (BotanIc Blood Bairm) is now
recoognlzed as a ccr'taln and cure cure
for eczemna, itchn ing skin, humors, scabs,
scales, watery bllstetrs, pim pIes, aching
bones or joint,s, boils, carbuncles, prick
ling p)ai in t,he skin, old, eatinrg sor-es,
ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood Baln taken
internally, cur'cs the woe-st, aind most
deep-seated cases by enriching, purIfy
ing anrd vitauliztog t,he blood, thereby
giving aL healthy brlood suplply to t.he
skin. Ilotatnic Blood Barlmr Is the only
cure, to stay cured, for these awful, an
noyling skin trourbles Heals every
sore and gives the r'ich glow of health
to the skItn. Butilds up t,he broken
dlown body and( makes the blood red and
nourishing. M'sp"ciahl,y advised for
chronic, old cases that doctors, patent
medicInes and( hot sptrings fail to cure.
Drrugglsts, $1. Tlo prove B. B B. erures,
sample1 sent free and1 prep)aid try writIng
Blood Balm Co., A tlanta, Ga. Decscr'ibe
trouble, aLnd free mnedical advi-ce sent
in sealed lett,er.
a pretty steep price for linseed
oil, but that's the figures you
pay when you buy a thin ready.
mixed paint, for it's nearly all
Gil. Don't jump to thre other
extreme and buy a [paste paint
full of b)arytes. Lot us talk to
you about Longman & Martinez
Paint semi-paste, which takes a
gallon of oil to a gallon of the
paint and is b)etter and1 cheaper
thanr white lead.
The Newberry Hardware Co.,
Sole Agnen. Newberre, . n.
W YAT 'AIKEN,Ol' ABEVILLI
is hereby announced as a candi
date for Congress from the Third Con
gressional District, and is pledged I
abide the result, of the Democrati<
, JRI. Rt i. SMITEI O11'<'K CiNS
is hereby announced as a canal
date for (''ir rests frotu t.o 'hird Con
gressionai L;st,rlt, and is pledged ti
abide the result of the Demtuocrati pri
G 100 .10 iEiNCL, I 0SQ P 01.b AN
dorso:, is hereby annotuncel a
candidate for ('ongress front the 'Thir<
Congressional District, and is pl'dget
to abide the result of the Deutoeratif
I' 11. MOCALLA, 01 A)3BEVILLE
-I" is hereby announced a caendidat,
for Congress from tt, Thitd Congies
alonal District in the Democratic pri
mary and is pledged to abide the resul
of the same.
W I. J. STRIBBLING OP WAL
halla, Oconnee County, is here
by announced as a candidate for Con
uress from the Third Congressional
District in the Demiocratic Primar3
end is pledged to abide the result of thi
For House of Represen
T AM A CANDIDATIC FOR 11.
election as a tnember of the ilouse
of Representatives subject to. the rule:
of the Democratic party.
Fred 11. Dominick.
For County Supervisor.
3 D. RAMACEi is hereby an
Ie nounced as a candidate for
County Supervisor, and is pledged to
abide the result, of the Democrati
HERIBY announce myself as at
candidate for County Supervisor
of Nawherry County, aid pledge my
self to abide the result of the Demo
cratic primary election.
T.O. STEIW A ItT, Jr.
SIIl1EltBY ANNOUNC MiYSI4L"
as a candidate for Supervisor for
the County of Newberry, and pledge
myself to abide the result of the l)en
ocrat.ic primary election.
JOHN B. 1I0DIiNIBAUGH1.
JO H-N M. SCIIUAl M'ERi' IS 1IIEItt'
by nominated as a candidate for
County Supervisor and is pledged to
abide the result of tbe primary.
For County Superinten
dent of Education.
J S. WH00ELEH. is hereby an
" nounced as a candidate for
County Superintendent of IEEdueatiun
and is pledged to abide the result of
,ho Democratic primary.
UU.S. WtaRTm IS E E10iIIY AN.
E flJnounced as a candidate for County
Superintendent of 1 ducation and is
pledged to abide the result. of the pri"
it ary election.
HOS. E. WICKEIt IS lIiit;iI'
a nounced a candidate for Super
intendent of Education. and is pledged
to abide the result of the Democratic
For County Treasurer
j f.. EPPS IS HEl l3Y AN.
* nounced as a candidate for re
election to the ollice of .ot..y rens
urer for Newber*ry Countv,' antd ii
pledged to abide t,he r*esulit, of the D)em
ocratic primitary election.
For Probate Judge.
lIERI3BY ANNOUNCE0 MYSlEi
as a candidate for r'e-elect.jon te
the oflice of Probate Judge for Now.
berry County, aned pledge myself ti
abide t,he result of the Democrat,Ic pri.
--Je ouncd as atnid late for
Counity Auitlor andl is p)ledged( to abtidd
lie result, of the Denmocrati c pri mary.
5J La A M W. CROM10ER is herebs
antnounced as a candidate for
Auditor for Newberry County andl ii
pledgedl t,o abide the resutlt of the
Detmocrat ic primary election.
j . ECPING IS H lIRItI Y AN
*nounced 1as a candidate for County
Auditor and is p)ledged t,o abhide the re
suit of the Democratic primary.
For Sub Supervisor.
30o TH'E IMOCRATIC VTi te
.kof N ewberry County: We tak.
pleasure in announolitng the ntamte of
JT. A. C. Kihler as a candidate for th(
01l1ce of Sub SiupIervisor, andi( ph-dtte ii
abiding faith it the resut,tof Itho i-mo
cratic pr'imary. VTII..
J II. CH A PPELLJ is htereby an
e nuncd a acanidiritate for Mag
istrate for Tiownsip Is Nos. I , 2 and 8,
and as pledged to abidle the reault, a
the Demtocratic primary elect ion.
J JiERi3Y ANNOUNCIC M YsIrli
a candidate for Magist.rate fat
T'ownshi ps Nos. 1, 2 and 5, and pied e
myself to abide the result of the D ema
8. C M ICClA NTp.
THE UNITED STiATrES- OF
In rec, L,. W. C. Blalock-itkruipt.
N OTi'CE IS HICi'BY Ctil
N thtat, L. WA. (1. lilalock was duli
adjutd icated a ink rupt ont the 14.i
day of May, 19)02, by the iBankruple
Coutrt, for the above named D)istrict
and that the Wttnkrupt htas been do1iet
ordered to appeartL ptersonaiilly before mei
at my oflice, in the town of Newherry
S. C., at 10 o'clock a. ma of the 29th da'
of May, 1902, for tbe putrpose of exami
nation, etc ; andl that at the same timen
and place the crediitors htave beet
caliled to meet for the. putrpose1 of elect
i ng a trustee antd attendlinig to sneli
other butsinaess as miay come hefore t h
said meeting. All persons holdin1
clalims agaiinst, said Bankrupt are not.i
flied to render them dutly proved befor
me at said meet,ing.
Referte in Btankrutptcy.
May 19, 1902
N IM C0CANEu'mWW K2
o e r teenit7. fi'd r
6. Ms WOOL.LEY, M. D.. Atlanta. On
akes short roads.
ud light loads.
ood for everything
that runs on wheels.
Made by STANDARD OIL CO.
ANTED, at the Newberry Hotel
Spring Chickens and eggs.
f&t8t W. A. Jamieson, Proprietor.
COTTON SEED HULLS in bales for
sale by Jas. F. Todd.
HIDES AND WOOL WANTED.
Highest, market pricus paid for
HIid's and Wool at SUMint Btos
M ON EY TO LOAN-We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands at
eight per cent. interest on long time.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, At,torneys.
JUST Think of it! 5 Photos mourted
on cards. All Photos finished in
one day. All Photos warranted not to
fade. 10 days only.
ACMu PHOTO Co.
8t. Over Pelham's Drug Store.
LIMEC! LIME!! LIME!! Bought
cheap. Must go. See us before
buying. SUMMEn Buos. f 4t
YOUNG JACK for service. Apply
to A. L. Knighton.
tf M. Mt. BUFoIt.
jAVE things up to date. Send your
Collars and CulTs to Newberry
NO bundle too small, none too large,
to have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
JF you have fault, to llnd do not hesi
tate to tell us. All complaints are
carefully considered at the Newberry
CLEAN LINEN pays. In order to
have it this way send it to New
berry Steam Laundry.
CALL at The herald and News olice
for Labor contracts, Rent con
tracts, Liens, etc.
OFI ICI; HOURS-Persons having
business with the County Super
intendont of Education will please call
at his oice on Mondays and Saturdays,
as those are his oflice days.
tf EnL. S. Worts, Sup't.
AL" usiness that's business is "re
ciprocity" business. We help
those who help us; it pays us and them.
The Newberry Steam Laundry.
It dosn't pay to be a
mile behind the band
wagon. Be in it and
let he other fellw do
the following. Moral.
Send your laundry to
the Newberry Steam
SPIECTA CLES AND EYEGLASSICS
Doyur eyes ache and burn at
night? I have the best trial ease for
fitting Spectacles and ECyeglasses, and
can fit the most diflcult eyes, with the
proper glasses. I have fitted glasses
for the best people0 In the county and
can fit you. I use only the best grade
Crystaline lenses. Come and give me
a trial and be convi1need. Strictly one
price to all. GUJY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
Notice to Creditors.
A LPERSONS HIAV ING CLAI MS
against, t,he estate of Precious
EClient Thomnas, dlecased, are hereby
notified to render in the same duly at
tested to the undersigned or his at,tor
neys, Messrs. Johnstone & Welch, and
those Indebted to paty the same.
J. BURR STOCKMAN,
A pril 30th, 1902.
A Genitle Hint.
In our st,yle of climate, with' its sud
den changes of temp)erature,--rain,
wind and sunshine often intermingled
in a single day,-it is no wonder that
our children, friends and relat ives are
so frequently taken from us by neglect
ed colds, half the deaths resr'ting di
rect.ly from t,his cause. A bottle of
Boschee's German Syrup kept about
your home for Immediate use will p)re
vent serious sickness, a large doctor's
bill. and perhaps death, by the use of
three or four (loses. For curing Con
sumptIon, hemorrhages, Pneu monia,
Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disecase
of the Threat or Lungs, Its success is
sim ply wonderful, as your druggist will
tell y ou. Get a samplle bottle free from
W. E Pelham & Son. R.egular sIze, 75
cents. Get Green's Special Almanac.
STATE~ OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
The BritIsh and American Mortgage
Company, LI mit,ed, Phintl,
Thomas Young andi Simpson Young,
B Y ORDiER( 0F THE COlliT
herein, I will sell at public outcry
before the Court IIouse at Newherry,
wit,hin the legal hours of sale, on the
first Monday in June, 1902, to the high
est bidder, all that I ract, of land lying
ard being in the Counties of Laurens
and Newberry, containing TIhree H-un
dlred (300) Acres, mnoie or less, andl
bounded by land'i of .J. W. Wa.ts, (Col.
Robert Coleman, 1). R. Phlfer, Joseph
A Duncan, HIolloway Hill and .James
O'D)elI-a Ibout one- half of said land be
ing in Laurens Count-y ar d one-half in
Newberry Counoty. forme'ly constitut
ing a part, of a 518 acre tract.
Terms of Sale-One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, the
bialance in one and two years with in
terest fr'om day of sale, to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and a mort,
gage of the p)remises, with leave to the
purchaser to pay the ent,ire bid in cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. RIKARD),
Master Nowberry County.
Mate's 06mcc Ma 6,19n2
C.6S. MOWER CO.,
Have you Visited our Store this Spring?
If not, come and let us tell and
show you about our many new
and pretty things. You should
visit us. All buyers should. We
have something to interest all.
Economical buyers will find it
to their interest as our prices are
low and qualities good. Often
low prices mean shoddy stuff.
Not so with us. No seconds on
our counters, all clean good mer
chandise, as cheap as the other
sort, much cheaper in the long
run. Stylish buyers should bear
in mind that we are abreast of
the times in all departments.
Small buyers should visit us
because they will be treated with
the utmost consideration and
get value received for whatever
amount they may spend with us.
Large should come because our
stock is complete, our qualities
good, our prices correct. Our lines
Shoes, Millinery, Ribbons, Dry
Goods, Colored and Black Dress
Goods, Silks all kinds, White
Goods, Lawns, Linens, Linings,
Corsets, Hosiery, Underwear,
Handkerchiefs, Wash Goods, Um
brellas, Domestics of all kinds at
prices to please you. Let us see
you in our store.
C.& Go s. LVOWBR CO
13l ached Da)hmask 72 inches8 wide, all Linen, ($9c.
Creamt Bloached UJnion Danmask, 58 inches wido, 4) conits.
Full Bloacheod Union Damahsk, 5(5 incOhON wide, 48c.
Full Binached Damamk, 5(5 inchs wide, 2-le.
(.H inch Al! Linenm I Unbleached Damasnk, 58c.
I ( 1It Unimion M "rc'orized NalpkiHrn, ;iSc at set.
19)-1I9 All Line r ea ~om Blonehod Nanpkins, 7do at Hot.
22 22 Full Blouached Union NaIpkins, 50o a set.
12 12 All ruinenm Doilies, half bleachiod, 25c a Het.
1V C (reaim leacheOld All Linenr D)oili, IN 38c at set.
18-138 All LiInon Unbloached Napkins, 25c at Hot.
I15--15 All Linoen Cream B3leached D)oilies, 59)c a Hot.
S5-1 5 All L mnon l"l B Jloached DoiliesO, (S4c. a seot.
15 a 1 1t All L inen Halfr Bleach d Doil) iesIO wit.h doule rd strio b)o rdeV(r,
COME EARLY AND GET YOUR SHARE.
Snmall lot. Lij( ON Lace~ Stri pod 1-lgo, 8 4o p(r pajr, TI'lm Ijcli 11
S. J. WOOTEN.
When we advertise we have the goods, but we
advertise to sell and sell we do. Goods go a
flying. 5000 2 lb 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
HIERE IS ANOTHER.EYE OPENER!
I ,t500 Calns 31b Toaos 10c per can.
2,000) 81b cansi' Syrupl atpplos, best grad(o, 8c por g;an.
I ,500 81b cans Pio PenacheH, 8c per can.
I ,00() 21b) cana Syrup PeOachos 8c pe can.
Ij((81,00 iI 3 lb) anish Cabbago, 5o p)or cani.
I ,500 21b) cansu Blackborries, 9e per can.
.500 21b cansI Cihorrios, (good enough for Prince Hlonry) 9c per can.
We have bargains for every one in overy line, especially Dry (Goods,
Clothing aind ShooN. We bought our goods while competiioiw~as blowing
to keep wvarmz. New goods arriving daily.
Yours for the best at the lowest,
The Fair and Souare D)aalor.