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ttle moet ar w.Q,giLn in..n
gaders from.~ .&'-- ' haq r ts jtWe' d~ t
(lame fMr .aow i soe muh fo he hadi
poive refssucion tov obeyr ore \s and
dia argcr. Man-: tmsn. ;'e.t. ..
AinM ninber on a ertain stvet.. it
s not a p i somiTr who questkins the
viato tOf the onter of his conmandiing
%flr Themv At plont.y of plaets to
aid in Charl,sqtWin kutsidt' of privatt
i5en'Ces, and even if them should be a
mspition that liqluor is illgally kept in
ae.' '(riv"att house it would be th1e part
\f w"idl, it sttls th u to break ur
he olt 1?t pl*a''s tirst. Certai'inly t he
raidinlg of p1rivate residen , ts will nt
lp to brirg the dispe'nsar\ lawi
Mt. .hn. !. Mathis has sex erod his
,onn' tionu with the 1nion Ti mes and,
ith joarnahsm. Mr. MAt h:s has leen
xlit,\ of the Tins fo:- th< pat t f?
:as.. during which time h has 00n
iil: ti a britadcar ewspr:
\a regrt v'y mluch t h.t hx has 0e
&Ni to )"eve the tchi of s'2ras..'
r. Mat-his some yefars age w as en
wt with the NewIber: l":1
'we. know\r. : n New \ ttym
ts from \.. ...
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h or' Murt
\ nu u wife Alic.1ho
tr.pu(to yactig Mayo S mt. I
a'.ar>to A l' hea. Alice shoe
f . I ight a btweept' under arret
Adams wasgin $10 or 20 days andI
Al'eU:V o 'A dayies.Ie(.iIi~so
BA('MAN CAPiL LETTER
. . W. Writecs Intcrstitgiy on Union
I told you we w ould have plenty days
to piow and they would come in plenty
time So never mind the weather if
the wind does blow.
The fruit clrop is badly iljuted by the
cold. Some peaches, very few appt\s,
hanity' any l hrrivs, and sear\vely' any
plums The tirst crop of figs was pvtty
we il killk\i.
.\ verry remarkable incident occurmi
:n this section last week. Mr. E. 1,.
S r:mlss l1tew two seasons toget her.
1e 1uitchtered some of his winter meat
a .d pia::tt.i totton se<i the samne day.
Wt l. t here's always something new
We learn that the Fork school closed
as: Satu iay with a picnic and exhi
W :eti ks for an invita
I. .'a: :n, :he sing exerc.ises of
Y':'0: ' \ .:tlebaum's school at
De 1:1.talia tCtunty, on May tirst.
W10 ttil at t mand for pigs is
c a!'' a :r behind this
e \Vc e w of our .el.i old
. ce abhl to ght lan
e ve . e, r e-:miens to cook
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- -a 't]tio to
- - Tere re sor.
-d srade by
- -r chap ar'i
A ,~ Cr p anid
n . hre the're
.ra Xin and( ('oughir:g
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- - uan Syup.Ihe '2,
- . cent . I- 'r sale
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'' TH 1~ t'AOLINA,
Y OF )1 NEWY~HERRY -IN
M.,r. It g')rnery. lin ;tiff
\..' . M('zrnery, as heir at law
ute of .John W%. Mo.nt
*.. n .s admrinlist rat rix,
. ar '.th r' J)erferants.
3 h ou:'I herein I wi I sell to the
- hi.r be'for e the. (Court H ouse
a'* N wbrry '. ( on Monrday (Sale's
. ele.ga hor of sae I unless sold
tA' lA: 0f lar:dl lin g in th Town of
Newb rry m lai County and State,
I.-.tammr line-*eight h of an air', more
o . frit g'. onY Adaums 't'eet, and
o i' bo(unded'. hv the' Crotwe.ll
11 lot, alo. SIOning1l to the ett
.Jofna\ .'IMontgom.)rery at the timel( of his
Terr. of sah-: (>)ne-thbirdecash, balance
in a (ewd'it of I:! inonths, with interest
at J'c p.crnt from day of sale, and uin
til piaid mn ful, cred byiii b'lond of pur
chaiser I and m Iort gage of pr'emises sold1
w.ith, leave toA atticipatte payment of
cred*~it port ion at any t ime. Th'1e pur
c'haser" will be re<quired to insure the
dweihnrg h ouse in a sumi not less than
creit portion and assigny the j.olicy to
the( mu rsteei'i bfore rec'eivm'ig deediN. The
purtchlaseri to pay" for draIIwing and r'e
- - Trustee.
Newh,erne' S. C' Api . 1.thu ,903
When you have
a prescription to
be filled, we will
put it up for you
just right at our
We employ the
purest DRUGS and
finest CHEMICALS, and
and licensed by
the laws of South
Carolina, we SERVE
YOU properly and
Call and see my line of
Mowers and Rakes.
Thomas Disc and
sold on easy terms.
Ji W. WHITE
E'Le i: ig druggists requests the
bLd-r; .f .1 U RNA .e up.on to briog
te at .-ne and seure absolr.te
iy fr~ t h regular eiz -bott le of thbe
Great Prepara'ion, MURNA WV I NE.
For slmonly by Gilder & Weeks.
Natinj~al Bauk of Newberry 8 C
ESTABLIoED IN 1871.)
Capital--- -- ---$160,000.00
SuPplus and Profits - 96,866.88
.-ra: b'ankinL' business transacted
ozeetio. Crre. >>ndecat solicited
Deposits allowed interest at the rate~
of 4 p'*r cent per annum from date of
dCo st~ flLre t >ayable January 1st
M. A. CARLISLE, Prest,.
T'. 3 DUNCAN'. Cashier
.1 W. M SIMMONs. Amst C'r
OBSTRHOTINL THE HIGHBWY8,
A LL, PERSONS ARE H EREBY
.notified not to obstruct any high
wao di wle prosecuted to th ful
extent of the law.
J. M. SCHUMPERT,
Supervisor N. C.
with buigs on the bed?
Every one is at times.
Some check them at
once while others allow
them to multiply until
they are all over the
house and then find it
a task to exterminate
the pest. Why not use
a bottle of our
when first they are dis
covered and be re
lieved at once. It is
easy to apply, and un-'
like most preparations
it is not greasy or
sticky and does not
soil the bed clothing.
PRICE 25c and 50c
W. G. Mayes'.
Litle Pink Laxatives
Have you tried these for Constipatio .
Sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Sleepless
ness, Muddy Sallow Complexion, Weari
ness and Poor Appetite? Do so. They
are so natural and gentle in action tha#
they commend themselves, especially to
women and children. They are splen-.
did system cleaners and have a fine tonic
effect upon the stomach, bowels and
liver. They cause no pain, griping or
sickness. Price 25c. Same price by
mail. Guaranteed satisfactory or money
GILDER & WEEKS,
Particular Pharmacists, Corner Drug Store,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
NE W GOOD S
JUST ARRIVED IN
Dress Goods, Madras, Ginghams, Percales,
Soirette, Lace Novelties, Fancy Damask,
Mercerized Chambry, Etc., Etc., Etc.
All the above in Colors and White.
We have many "Odds and Ends" in our
"Brought Over" Goods that we are sellin r
Blankets, Overcoats and all Winter Goods
are being sold extremely low--really less than
New stock ladies' and men's Red Golf C oves
Butterick Fashion .Books and Patterns are
ready. Come to
The Place Where You Get Your Money's Worth.
Low Prices on Seasonable Goot
At CopeIand Brothers!
Our Stock is Large, and All New Goods!
.ust Arrived in Past Few Week
In Dress Goods and Silks bettr values and pret tier styles will not be shown
by any house in Newberry this season, "'and we'll match or beat any pric,
named, no matter from what source."' We can show you all the new thingsi
Blatistes, Etemnines, Voiles, Molairs, ('repeas, Grenadines, etc., andi in was
fabrics, White Merce-r'zedl Madru.s, lDamarks, Oxfor-ds, Piques, India Linent
Organdies, Lawns, etc.
The Shoe House of Newberry.
Ladies' Shoes, Oxford and Strap san- 5 Men's Shoes and Oxfords, Patent
dais from 50c. a pair to $3.50. All Colts, Vici and Velours from 75c. to
styles and best makes. $5.00.
One whole side of our store and under 0Th~le best. $2.00, $2 50, $3.00 and $3.
tables and on counters p)ackedI with Shoes on earth Eblvery p)air guara
CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.I,
An immense line of nice New~ Clothing, nobby styles.
Sts for men for $5.00, $6.50, 8750 Suits for Boys for $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
$9.00, $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00. , $2.00, $2.5(0 and $3.00.
Better clothing can't be bought for the Hetter suits can't be madec for the1
price we name in any market. | price.
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!! for everybody.
A grand display of Straw and Felt Hats,
The Latest Styles, Prices to Suit Every One.
From 25c. to $3.00.
The biggest display of SHIRTS and Men's F'urnishing Goods ever shown inj
this market --All new and latest styles --and prices can't be beat.
Come to see us for' anything to wear for Ladies, Men and Children this sprning
We know we can and will save you some money.
Outfitters for Everybody.
APPLICATION FOR H)MESTEAI), SEWODSEL ANS
NOIEIS HEREBY GIVEN -i
that Mss Fannie Harmon andhits mrvmn..
Mrs. Mattie C. Herbert have this day , j*
made ap)plication to me to set apartto
them a homesteadl in the real and per
sonal property of the late TPhos. L.
Harmon, in accordance with the
Statutes in such cases made and pro- V
vided. H1. 1H. RIKARD),
Master Newberry Count y..
Master's Office, April 15, 1903.
Fir st announcement of
the Newv Store. ~Odsdsu lcadasii~o
G. B. SUMMER. FrIfrainCn
I have bought the stock of Counts &
Dickert, and I am going to conduct a n in hs ans
up-to-date grocery business in their old
I extend an invtation to my fiends
of New berr-y and1( the surroundinig countyNEBRYHDW ECO
to dro) in and see me. My salesmnIi,
J. P. Aldridge and Clarence B. Sligh,
will be glad to see them. DAES I
, G*. B. SU MVME R, Hrwr n eea
Nextdoorto imnagh' Ag icuturls impvments.
I. o. 0. F.
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
M' P4 In 'tY it1\\Y NIitti
At d ,'rl.'k'K t, I t i' ha I at the
tra tted Behoot, t;.d1ngt,. Visitt- eor.
li 'ly inv"ite'd
J. M. (1U11NN. N. G
T, S Nudson, Siecret.ry' .
and everything in the
line of STAPLE STA
TIONERY at the
RERALD AND NEWS
Tablets from 2 cents
Come and see.
Also a line of nice
Note Our Steady Growth,
anuary 1, 1903-$163,161 61
The Commercial Bank
OF NEWBERRY. S. C.
1.ef a- k
arefs Talkic, u
Ahr nice newthpinga
::omfort and attrcive
Louing ess ands.
ice new SpringBd
there will nothn scrato
wadd soucar t com
&ofort and attractivt,
Nice new FudRitre
Mattreses and Dexter
Atll tscrate now
Niced ntte Bed frm
Wlutn Elati Felt
Mattrse and eting
Allathe niue store
KIBLER, DENNIS & .