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The South Carolina child labor law,
which is printed in full elsewhere in
this paper does not amount to much.
It permits the working of children of
10 years in mills and mines until the
last of May, 1905, after which no child
under twelve shall be so employed.
But two sessions of the legislature will
intervene before the date last named
and the law may be repealed before
that part of it becomes operative. The
only provision having much of value to
it is that forbidding the working of
children under twelve at night. --Char
lotte Observer.
The law may not be of any very
great material benefit for the first two
of three years. We believe it would
have been good judgment to have
so framed it. that it would have gone
into full operation at once. But, the
law which was passed is a great deal
better that none at all, and we do not
believe there is any danger of a repeal
before the first day of May, 1905. At
all events a start has been nade. and
that counts for a great deal.
EIsewher'e in this paper is printed an
account of the etlorts of representatives
of twelve t housand French Canadians to
secure information as to lands and other
things in South Carolina, with a view to
i:nmigrating to this section. These rep
resentatives were in ('olumhia this week
for t his purpose, and it looks very much
as if they mean business.
These French ('analdians want to come
to South ('arolina. They are a thrifty
people, hard-working and law-abiding,
men with families and of settled habits.
South ('arolina ties desirable immi
grants. Why not go to work and secure
these'.' And what het ter and moresuit
able section for this pulrpose than New
herry t'oanly':.' We have the lands and
on'u advntages if properly presented,
we believe would have the efl'ect of
britgintg about this immigration to this
setetion. This is another case in which
our haek of business organization is sad
ly appaent. Iti, we would like to see
sote totve naid' by our citizens. It
could accomplish no harm and might do
good.
In their Iprt'esentment made on Wed
nesla-y, tht' graol jury s ",, "Some
complaints have come before us of the
condition of the public roads. Under
the circunstances and on account of
thi c(nt inuotls rains, we think it best
only to rt'commend that the supervisor
rep,air t he w'orst places in the county
where the conditions are such that, he
ian have thi work done. We recom
ni'id that otin Representatives be re
lu'ested to advocate the passage of an
:ct to aimtid the commitation tax so
as to make said tax two dollars instead
of one dolir." We are glad to set
that the gentlemen of the grand jury
rc'cogknize the very great. importance 01
road ituprovenlent. But. taking the
present condition of the roads into con
ideration, and in view of the fact that
the gent lenen who compose the grant
.iury are f'ul ly f'amiliar' with c(ondit iom
in Newhberry coumnty', thiir re'cotmmnenaa
Itins ate very mild. 'The commutatilot
lax shuouldl be ratised. Of' that thtere l6
nuo doubt. lut wvhy ''only rec ommtlell(
hat the supierviso .r1'epairt the wor'st
pI aces'" in te roadis'.' It cettainmly wvoulI
have done no hairm to i'ecomtmetnd that
he 1( it throads ini as gotod conldit ion ne
possitble. Buit the re('ommtiendat ion made
is muchi'I better thant tno recommtiendla
lion at all, however, itn that samu
ohic'ial notice has been taken of the coo
dlitiont of the roads.
All thle News of a lBusy Tlownt Persona
.and ther'wise.
Mr Is. J . 11. Wise atid ('. I,. L athan,
of' 1,itlt le Mount ain were her'le this week,
Tlhe' mluscle f'or producing ou r c rop~
alt' still beitig brought friom the West.
The IProsper'tityv Stoc('k ('omplany~ hau
anthlert cart t his week.
Mt's. McClure and little Jluliati lose
ate visiting bet' sister Mr is. MIackey.
'The famtily of Rev,. J. S. Aberertutt.
hie lef't hiei'e today and will make thiej
future home ill tohnnhia.
Tlhe' genial f'ace of' Mr . I). II. Wit her'
spooni is seen atiotig us again.
MT ts. Mary Ann Kinar'd is dead. Onb
with the begitnning of the new yea'
didl slie br'eak aa fromi the iduftes am
ceit es of at life's assoc'iat ion atnd wvent ti
Le,tesv ille to live wit h hei' son1, Rev. J as
II. Kitiard, to spead the remaining day
itn mor'e r'etir'ed inactivity. Bitt he
work has been- finished and her rewan
is withI thle Master'. Of the imumediat<
family she leaves fIve sons, Rev. M. M
Kinard, Ph. D., of Columbia, Mr. L., 11
Kinmaid, a merchant of Prosperity, Mr i
I leni'y M. Kinard, a farmer of Pros
pertity, Rev. Jas. HI. Kinard of Lees
ville, atnd D)r. William Kinard, a drug
gist of L eesville; also two dlauighters
Mi's. Sam Werts and Miss Janie Kinard
Mr. D)avid Crotmer and family hay
muoveid into his owt house ot Maii
street known as thle whetat house,
Little Earle Fellers, the little son o
'Mrt. and NMrs. S. L. Fellers, passe<
,awayt last Saturday eveninig after
long aund plaitnful illniess. So brauvela
did he battle for life, and so long an(
striong did our commutnity hop)e for hth
i'ecover'y, bit his~ work is finished atw
lit hams enter'edl upo0 n hs reOward(.
Mr I. G. 1). Br'owtn is homne fi'om col
lege.
Mi's, P. N. Livingston is here v'isiting
her dlaughiter', Mrs. F. E. Schutmper't.
We ar'e infor'med that Mr. Thos.
Iloady, after a linger'ing illness, (lied at
Little Mountain, his home, last, night.
We are told that the adding machine
at the Prosperity Bank is attracting
quIt.n n- bit of at tention.
LEGISLATIVE PROCBBDINGS.
The Appropriation Bill in the House-Bill
to Appoint Chief Constable-Other
Matters of Inportagae.
The Appropriation Bill was intro
duced in the House on Wednesday. The
appropriation for the various State of
fices as fixed by the House are the
same as in previous years.
There was the usual effort to cut
down the appropriation to the South
Carolina College. The effort failed,
however, and the appropriation stood
as fixed by the committee-$28,107.
Pights were made against the appro
priation to all the other State colleges,
as was to be expected, but the only
change of any importance was a cut of
something over $85,000 in the Winthrop
appropriation-made by taking the schol
arship fund out of the general main
tenance fund, and the reduction of the
amount to the State Board of Hlealth
to $5, 000.
The cominnittee re'comillmendted an ap
propri'tion of $200.000 for pensions.
This appropriation was vigorously op
posed the effort being made to reduce
the amount, but failing, the amount
stands at $200,000. The full appropria
tion Bill passed the House yesterday
and was sent to the Senate.
ASSEiSMIFNT 01" 'it"l-TY.
The House killed the committee Bill
asking to obtain an equitable assess
ment of property for the purposes of
taxation. Several different Bills on the
subject were introduced early in the
session, all of which were referred to a
special committee for the purpose of
having one Bill prepared. The Bill
provided for the assessment of prop
erty at its actual value, as is required
by the Constitution of he State, and
the prope' means for securing such
assessment. After a lengthy discu.
sion in the House, it went to its death
by a vote 70 to 32.
IN RI-:Altl) TO SITPI-AlNT'I'ENDIENTS 0O-'
l':DUCATriON.
Mr. K ibler's Bill, providing that
county Superintendents of Education
must. hold certificates qualifying tihem
for teachers has been killed in the
Senate. It was opposed mainly on the
ground that it. was not constitutional.
To APl'OIN'r ONE CIIIKI" C'ONST'I'AlI,E.
The House has passed Mr. Aull's
Bill in regard to the appointment of a
chief constable to have charge of the
dispensary constabulary force.
The Bill cre--ate(I considerable disculs
xion it provides as follows:
Sectionti tlI. The Goveraor shall havt
authority to appoint one chief Statt
constable, who shall hold ofiice during
the pleasure of the Governor, at. a sal
ary of fifteen hundred dothirs a yea
and such expenses as the Governor may
deem proper when said Chief State con
stable is on duty away from his oflice.
The State board of directors of the dis
pensary shall provide an oflice at the
State dispensary for the said chief
State constable. The State constables
at a salary of not miore the Governor,
maliy appoint one or more St ate Con
stables at a salary of not more thar
t wo dollars perP day, awl such expenses
as the chief State constable may deen
properCl when 0on (duty, andi seven as
sistant chief constables at not more
than thbree dlollars each per day~ anm
such expenses as the chlief State con.
stablle mayi~ ueemf proper, aind also ont
or more dietect ives ait reasonable com
penisat ion. All accounts for per dien
and expenses allowed by the chief
State constable shall bie approvet
by' the Governor be fore payment.
These officers shall be chargedl with
the enforcement of the dispensary
law, their salary and texpenses as here
in pirovidled to be paid from the dispeni
sary fund in the same manner as the.
salar-y of the State commissioners. The
chief State constable shall give bon(l ill
the sum of one thousand dollars, anti
the assistant chief constables and con
stables shall give bond in the sum of
live hundlred dollars each before enter'
ing upon thte (duties Of their otlice, with
suirety or sureties to be' approvedt by
the Attorney General, conditioned for
the faith ful per'formlanlce of tilt duties
of this otlice ; and inl case of bireach of
saitd bond suit may be brought thier'eon
by aniylperson aggriteved thereby, e'ithlel
in the county where any of' tile obligors
resitde or in any county whlere said
breachl may have oc'curred: l'ovidled,
that the Gov'ernor shlall repor-t tile ap
pomntmeunt of said tchief' St ate conista
ble, and all appoint ments of assistant
chlie f constables made by thle chielI
State conist able to thew Gtenteral Asseni
bly at tile next en~sing sessionI, giving
tile dlate and term of service thereof.
TI'CN-YEtAII (ONyICTs.
The Senate has adopted the uinfavor
- able c'ommiitee repor't on the Hill t<
- allow ten-year conivicts to bte sent t<
- the chlain gang, antd killed thle Hill.
.The Senate hais also killed Mr. Jlohni
-soni's Hill to dlisposet of dispensary pr1of
its so as5 to aidi those schlool dlistricts ii
the State wvhich ar'e finanially weak,
The Hill provided that the funds shoulk
be placedl in tile hands of tile Statc
Board of Etducation instead of the
tcounty boards ais at p)rtesent, and1 that
inlstead of b)eing dIistibuhited accordling
to enrolmtent thIey shoumld be used to
buildl school houses, hirie teacher-s, and
piurchase books fo'. the extriemely poor';
provided, that no school hlouse should
be' erectedl witin thrlee miles of an al
ready orgaiz/edl school.
srlills AND) L.OCIOIl'Ts.
Mr. JIohnIson's Hill to 1)1event strikes
and lockouts has beeni passedi by the
Senate. The measure providles that no
cotton 01r woolen m1anufactor-y shall lock
out or refuse to give employment to its
ornl'tive bausme ofr oube, nsm
other manufactory, or for the purpose l
of coercion, or assisting directly or in- i
directly any other manufactory in which
there is friction; that no member of a <
labor organization or other employe'
shall refuse to work in a cotton or
woolen manufactory because of friction
in some other manufactory; and that
there shall be no sympathetic action on
the part of either. It is left to the
courts to issue such orders as their dis
cretion may suggest.
DISI'ENSARY INVESTIGATION COMMITTEE.
The Senate has agreed to the Joint
Resolution "that a committee consist
ing of five members, two of whom shall I
be members of the Senate, and three of I
whom shall be members of the House,
is hereby appointed for the purpose of
examining into the business, manage
ment, methods, and control of the State I
Dispensary, as administered by the di- I
rectors, thereof, and by the Dispensary
Comnissioner," etc. The committee is
given authority to summon witnesses
and take testimony, and is directed to
meet in Columbia at such time as it
may see fit, and prepare a report which
shall be submitted through the Gover
nor to the General Assembly. At a
later session of the Senate the Bill was
reconliitted.
250 POUNDS OF BAGGAGE.
The house has passed a Bill provid
ing that "All common carriers of pas
sengers in this State shall safely trans
port to the destination of any passenger
personal baggage, or sample trunks or
sample cases not to exceed 250 pounds
in weight for any one passenger holding
a ticket.
CONCEALED WEAPONS.
Senator Warren has introduced a Bill
providing for an amendment to the
constitution preventing a person con
victed of carrying concealed weapons
from holding any office of honor or
trust; and to add to the oflicial oath an
affirmation that the official has not vio
lated tihe concealed weapon law.
NI"wnI:RRY COMMISSIONERS OF PUnLIC
WORKS.
Mr. Aull has introduced a Bill adding
another proviso to Section 2,009 of Civil
Code of South Carolina, making the
mayor and two aldermen of Newberry
part of the commissioners of public
works.
COURT OF GEEURAL SESSIONS.
Several Cases ,'ilsposed of.-The True
.BMls.-Presentment of the Grand
Jury.-Other Matters.
A number of cases have been dis
posed of by the Court this week.
The grand jury on Tuesday returned
the following additional true bills:
State vs. Henry Gilliam -murder.
State vs. Jeff .Jones---murder.
State vs. Sardy Suber-violating dis
pensary law.
State vs. Tom Todd- larceny from
the person.
State vs. E. MeD. Heller and Dora
Heller, alias Dora Suber--fornication.
State vs. Bob Smnith i--housebreaking
alnd larceny.
State vs. Fred Tribble and Mann
Tlribible burglary and larceny.
State vs. W. Amos Abrams dispos.
ing of property uinder lien.
The case of the State vs. Henry Gil
liam, charged with murder, was taken
up Tuesday morning. Gillianm is the
.negr~o who shot his wife (luring the lat
ter part of last year. At the time it
was thought that tile killing was acci
(denltal, andI a verdict of accidental
honicide was rendtered by the coroner's
jury. -ubseqjuent facts coming to light
however, arousedl sus!iicion, and Gil
lianm was arrestedl. On Tuesday he was
con victedl of murder, with reconmmen
dationl for the mercy of tihe court.
Motion was made for a new trial.
On TPuesday afternoon J. C. Hicks
was convictedl on the chlarge of dispos
ing of property under lien, and sen-.
teniced to five months in Penitentiary,
or to pay a line of $150.
Wednesday morning Jeff Jones, c, '
ored, was convicted of murder, with
recommniidation for mercy. On motion
for a ner- trial, sentence was suspend
ed. JeIT Jones shlot a negro at a hot
supper on Bob Satterwhite's place in
the uipper part of the county dluring
tile lat ter plart of last year.
Th''le grand jury made its presentment
Ionl Wedlnesday mnornling, and was ex
euised. Tile presentment is as follows:
PREm.SI'NTMENT 01" THlE GRAND JURiY.
To is Honor, Janmes Aldrich, Pre
siding Judge: The grand jury resp)ect
fully present that they have acted up..
on all bills hamnded to them by the
Solictor, and hlave tuirnedl them into
IWe hlave visited the jail and1( findl the
fol lowvi ng repairs necessary for the
preselrvation of the property andl for
the health of tile sheriftf andl his family,
and1( tile prisonmers as followvs: Leaks ini
lie root, coping around the roof, cov
ering of an out-house, antd fencing
arounld the( yardl and garden.
We hlave also examined the comt?
house and( find1 somte repairs needed
thereomi, as follows: Leaks in the roof
and other rep)airs in the jury room.
We also recommend that sewerage con -
nlections be made with tile court hotise
and( jail.
Some conmplainits have comle before
us of thle condition of the public roads.
Undl(er tile circuimstanices and by the
continuous rains, wve think it best only
to recommnend( that the Supervisor re
pair tile worst p)laces iln tile county
whienl the condtitionis are such thlat he
can have the work done. We reconm
mendl thlat 0our Representatives be re
ipe.st"d to adlvocate tihe passage of an
Act to amlendI the commutation tax so
to make saidi tax twvo dollars.
We hrw annointet ,.ommitte to e
imine county officers and will report
text term -of court.
We thank His Honor and court offi
ials for courtesies extended. We re
ommend that our clerk he paid the
isual fee.
Jos. H. Hunter, Foreman.
[F YOUR HAT BEGINS TO LOOK
worn or you have grown tired of it
ring it to
The Riser Millinery Co.
We can make a new one out of it with
very little cost to you.
tirai-Food Nonsen"e
Another ridiculous food fad has been
randed by the most competent authori
,ies. They have dispelled the silly no
ion that one kind of food is needed for
)rain, another for muscles, and still
mother for bones. A correct diet will
tot only nourish a particuiar part of
he bod , but it will sustain every other
)art. Yet, however good your
nay be, its nutriment is destroyc..
ndigestion or dyspepsia. You must
reparo for their appearance or pre
rent their coining by taking regular
loses of Green's August Flower, the
avorite medicine of the healthy mil
ions. A few (loses aids digestion,
itimulates the liver to healthy action
>urifies the blood, and makes you fees
uoyant and vigorous. You can get
;his reliable remedy at W. E. Pelham
k Son.
Get Green's Special Almanac.
O0PERA FHOUSEk
l;arhiardt, Pifer & Eberhart, Lessees.
Three Nights and
Saturday Matinee.
The PaJtoR Sisters Co.
IN ELEGANT COMEDY DRAMA
Beginning on Thurs
day Night with.
"Utah".
Prices 10, 20 and 30 cts.
Reserved seats on sale at Mayes'
Book Store.
NOTIFE
I HEREBY FORBID ANYONE TO
hire Shedrick Ball, or giving him
employment in any way, as he is under
contract with me for the year 1903.
Anyone employing him will be dealt
with according to law.
THOS. J. WILSON.
Feb. 11, 190:3.
MEMBERS TOWNSHIP BOARD OF
ASSESSORS
1IE COUNTY AUDITOR HAS
appointed the following naned per
sons as members of the Township Board
of Assessors for the various townships:
No. I.-Town: E. Cabaniss, S. B.
Jones, W. F. Ewart.
No. 1. County: Ht. H. Polk, .J. Cal
Neel, T. H. lill.
No. 2.-J. Y. Thompson, B. F. Can
non, Dr. W. C. Brown.
No. 3. W. 1). Hardy, .1. H. Smith,
Job H. Ringer.
No..4. -Jno. W. Scott, A. C. Sligh,
James S. McCarley.
No. 5. - E. P. Matthews, C. W. Bu
ford, T. I avne Chalmers.
No. 6. -1. H-. Abrams, I. Mc. Smith,
Geo. P. Boozer.
No. 7. -WV. R. Reid, Press N. Boozer,
Henry B. Lindsay
No. 8.-I. H. BoulIware, B. L. Domi
nick, Geo. WV. Swittenb)erg.
No. 9.-Town: A. M. Lester, Jos. H.
Hunter, F. E. Schumpert.
No. 9.--County: WV. P. Pugh, J. WV.
Hlartmnan, R. T. C. Hunter.
No. 10.--Jno. D. Sheely Driayton, B.
Cook<, L. Q. Fellers.
No. 11.--Dr. E. 0. Hentz, Geo. B.
Aull, Perry Halfacre.
The above named board of Township
Assessors are requiredl to meet at the
Auditor's oflice on tihe 3d day of March,
1903, at 10 o'clock a. in., for the ~ur
pose of taking the oath of office an re
ceiving the returns of personal p)roper
ty; tihe returns to be actedl on and given
bak to the County Auditor on or before
thle 17th day of ar~ch.
The said boards of Towns'hip) Assess
emrs shall elect one of their members as
chlairmnan, and the chairmen of tihe re
spective Township Boards shall consti
tute the County Board of Equalization.
The County Board of Equalization shall
mleet on the 24th (lay of March, 1903,
and( at suhl other' times as the chair
maul or a majority of the Board shall
direct. Tile dluties of the County Board
of Equalization shall he to hear all
grievances and( appeals from thle valua
tions and1( assessments fixed by tihe
Towvnship Boards and act upon the
same. W. W. CROMERH,
Auditor Newvberry County.
STAVTE OF SOUiTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRIY.
v J C. Wiso, 10sq . Probte Judge.
WH10ftl0AS, .JOHIN J LONG H AB
miadeit to me) toi'L girant him inLet
t.ers of A dmini11 st ration of thle as'ate of
and elf -ets of Mrs Nann'ie J1 L"ng,
Ti e are the are'fore to elito and ad
mn. nish all and sin'gular the kindred and
creditors (of the. n.ad Mrs Nannie .
Lon11g, de'di, th at they beh and ajppear be
foe.e in the CJourt of P robate, to be
h.'ld at Ne werry~ Court, 1 ''use, S C , on
lie 171h daiy of l"'-bruar v in st, aftert pub
licationi t her'eo. at ii o'eb oek in the fore.
noon0, to show ('ause. if any they have,
why the said1 A.in inh-triat,ioi should
"(ot be giran ted.
Givel uler' myl hianid, tis thle
1. a.] 3ed day of 1"ebr'mary, A 1no1
Domiini, 1903.
J C. W ILSON. J P'. N. c.
Hello Central !-Gie Me 48
Tho Nowherry GOd11ic Fonit
Confoctiellcy anid Biacy!
They have all kinds of Broad
P'atent Nio Milk Bread,
Grahaml Bread, ('ream Bread,
Cap Bread, Rye Bread,
K iinunel Seed I ye Broad,
BostAmI BrIownl Blroad.
Lar'ge.t aIssortmient of fresh, fancy
Cakes ever' shown here before.
Orders tak"n by' Telephone and de
livered free MS charge as we have out
>ur' n~w del. very wag~onl.
('allI and see us. or in g up Ph'one
N'o ?8.
H. A. Moyer & Son.
Sale of Personal Property.
UNDER AN ORDER OF THE
Probate Court for Newberry
County I will sell at public auction t
the highest, live stock. farming imple
ments and other persorn al property of
the estate of William B. Halfacr, de
ceased, on Tuesday, February 24, 1903,
at the late residence of said William D.
Halfacre. Terms of sale cash.
JNO. M. KINARD.
Administrator of the personal estate
of William D. Halfacre, deceased.
February 5, 1903.
FINAL TAX NOTIlE
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
all taxes due the Town of New
berry, S. C., for the last and previous
years, must be paid into Towp Treas
ury on or before February 14, 1903. At
the expiration of said date executions
will positively be issued against all
property on which said taxes have not
been paid.
JNO. W. EARHARDT,
THOS. O. STEWART, Mayor.
C. & T. T. C. N.
Manager Wanted.
rnRUSTWORTIIY, EITHER SEX,
JLby Wholesale Merchandise Com
pany of solid financial standing, to man
age Local Representatives who will or
ganize clubs among consumers. 40 per
cent saved for our customers. Busi
ness no experiment but a proven suc
cess. Salary $18.00 a week, expenses
advanced. Experience unnecessary.
Adres D. B. Clarkson, Mgr., 334
Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill.
Notice of Final Sottlement and DIischarge.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I will make a final settlement on
the estate of George A. Cook, deceased,
in the Probate Court for Newberry
County, S. C., on Wednesday, 25th day of
February, A. D. 1903, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, and will immediately
thereafter apply for Letters Dismissory
as administratix of said estate.
All persons holding claims against
the said estate are hereby notifi to
render in the same duly attested, and
those indebted to the said estate to pay
the same on or before that date.
MATTIE A. COOK,
Administratrix.
Newberry, S. C., January 22, 1903.
Examinlatioin for Teachers' Certiflcates.
T HE EXAMINATION FOR TEACH
ers' Certificates will be held in
Newberry on Friday, February 20th.
The examination will begin promptly at
nine o'clock a. m., and close at five
p. m. No teacher is entitled to receive
any of the public funds who does not
hold a certificate.
Respectfully,
EUG. S. WERTS,
Co. Supt. Education.
Newberry, Jan. 29, 1903.
Applications for Beer Dispenser.
N THE 21ST DAY OF FEBRUARY
0 we will receive applications for
Beer Dispenser for Town of Newberry.
All applications must be in legal shape
and can be handed to Jacob Senn, chair
man, by 10 o'clock a. m.
JACOB SENN,
J. R. SCURRY,
J. P. HARMON,
Members of County Board of Control
for Newberry County.
T IT U TE MATMR!
SA TIMFAION
TO TRD2 WT YU
We make it a princi
pe-to treat you fair
and square, and then
yo want at our Drug
Sore. Having a
slig at lowvest
prliega pay. to buy
of us.
A Proznpt .4.ttentioni.
'L ArFETfIl Serv5.ce.
l.NDET'S NEW CROP
Prescription Pharmacist.
Watches, Clocks,
Silver and Plate Ware,
Cut Glass and Table Ware
SUI T ABLE FOR
Wedding and Birthday Presents
Key winding Watches
Changed to Stem
Win ders.
Eduard Scholtz,
.Jeweler ant nnptioa.
EARLY
We control for this
variety of Early Pe
Every Pea is selected
them and they will
bearers. A wonder
Pea. Considerably e
variety known to us.
ONION
Yellow and white.
fect condition. We
finer lot of sets. Yo
get your supply at
have not a large sur
l Oc. quart
GILDER S
Particular Pha.macists,
Drew)er
The sending of Valeu. imu
is i pretty custom, ~hes ber
you send for the fun or the
entertainment of it. When
you think of Valentines t, lis
y ear, think of us We have
everything that is newest
and neatest in the artistic
kind, and the funniest of
the hit-'em hard kin,d.
Large r.s our stock ia, it
will be a good plan for
you to jerk early and thus
get the widest possible
choice. They are ready to
be seen. Come nnd look
them over as soon or as often
as you care to.
AT !
Mayes' Book Store
MUST BE
IN EVERY
HOME IN
NEWBER RY
The following druggists requests the
holders of MURNA coup, ns to bring
them ini at ouee and( soeure ahI'-'b:*e
ly free, the rcgulatr siz~ h ottl.. of t h.
Great Preparation, MURNA WINE
For sale oniy by Gilder & Weeks
A gent s.
----V IA- -
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAtILROAD.
VERY LOW RATES
'TO THE
WEST, NORTHWEST
AND
CALIFORNIA.
COMMENCING FEBRUARY 15.
ENDING APRiL 30.
Free Chair Cars UJnien Depots.
FAST TRAINS.
For full information, pamphlets,
rates and tickets, address
FRED D. MILLER,
Tray. Pass. Agent,
No. 1 Brown Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
First announcement of
the New Store.
G. B. SU M MER.
I have bought the stock of Counts &
IDickert, and I am going to conduct :mn
up-to-date grocery business in their old
I extend an invitation to my friends
of Newberry and the surroundling county
to drop in and see me. My sal esmen,
J. P. Aldridge aid Clarence B3. Sligh,
will be glad to see them.
(G. B. SUMMER,
Next door to Mimnaugh's.
-T HE
(EIITABLI8HED IN I871.)
Capital--- -----$10,000.00
Surplus and Profits - 96,866.88
General banking b',siness . ranwad ted
with promptness. Special attont bon to
collections. Correspondence sollid d
Savings Department.
Deposits allowed Intert.st at List tate
of 4 per cent per annum from dtate of
deposit. Interest payable JIanuary lst
and July let of each year.
M. A. CARIL1ILE, Freet.
T. .8 DUNCA N, Cashier'.
J W. Mf. ShuuMns, As-. ,..
PEAS.
; locality the finest
as ever produced.
and perfect. Plant
all grow. Profuse
fully sweet, tender
arlier than any other
l Oc. quart.
SETS.
Every set in per
have never seen a
u had better call and
once, because we
)ply of this quality.
& W EEKS,
Corner Drug Store.
ry, M. o.
~I1
AXES
That are guaranteed
to stand the test. Our
"Old Hickory"
Is the only inserted
Steel Bit Axe made.
Our
"Celebrated Blue Jeans"
Has proven to be one
of the best chopper
on the market.
Both brands absolute
ly guaranteed not to
bend, break or crum
ble.
NEWBERRY HARDWARE CO.
BEAUTIFUL
Christmas
Presents!
J.W. H
Haes the~ prettiest stock of
Chinaware,
Crockery,
Guns, Cutlery,
Tableware,
Stoves,
Ti nware,
and1 everythiug in this line ever
brought to Newberry. Appropriate
christm,as presenits. Call to see him
Toys a S'pecia;1ty.
Livery and Sale Stable
AT POMARIA.
have rs ablish.di, a eneiiral up. to
late, and thati ehms
LIVERY, FEED
AND SALE STABLE
At Pomaria.
.They aLre prepardJ t) d1o anyt hing
in the livory busi.ess. Will keep all
kinds of vehIicles andm horses, for sale.
Evrting first class anId at reason.
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