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~ THE 0OTTON MARKET
What the Fleecy Staple Was Bringing
Ysterday Afternoon In the Various
Portions of the County.
Newberry.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling ........10
trict Middling . . . . . . . 9 87 1:2
'ddling . . . . . . .. . . . . 975
6 rk et w e ak .
r Prosperity.
(Corrected by J. I. and A. G. Wise.)
Good Middling......... 9 87 1-2
(CrrctdChappells.
I (Corrected by John R. Scurry.)
GoMd Middling. ...... 10
Ponarla.
(Corrected by Aull, lentz & Co.)
I Good Middling l.o.......10
Little Mountain.
(Corrected by J. B. Lathan.)
Good Middling . . . . . . . . 10
Kinards.
(Cot.rected by Smith Bros.)
Good Middling ........ 10
A BIG TUMBLE.
Cotton Was Selling at 10.40 Wednesday
and Yesterday Afternoon It
Was Going at 10
The price of cotton took a big tumble
Wednesday afternoon and .yesterday.
Wednesday morning good middling was
bringing an easy 10.40. Yesterday
morning the price had dropped to a
hard 10.25 and yesterday afternoon the
market was 10 for good middling and
very weak.
Popular Rallroad Men Promoted.
Two popular Seaboard Air Line' *rail
road men, stationed at Columbia, and
who are well known in Newberry, have
received deserved promotions. Mr. J.
J. iller, traveling passenger agent,
will be moved to Pittsburg, where he
will be stationed as traveling passenger
agent. Col. F. F. Flythi leaves about
the first of the coming month to accept
the position of commercial agent, with
headquarters at Augusta.
Ungratefulness Precedes a Downfall.
Dabe Feaster, colored, proved himself
ungrateful, and as a result lie is again
in jail. Feaster was tried and convict
ed at a court held ..everal years ago
during his absence and when lie re
-turned at the urgent request of the
Sheriff, lie received a sentence of five
months or to pay a fine of $125. An
other negro was tricd with Feaster on
the same charge and receivod the same
sentence but the sentence was subse
quently commuted by the Governor to
a fine of $25. In justice to Feaster,
- when he returned his sentence was
made the same. The $25 was paid by
Mr. T. C. Pool, who put Feaster under
a contract. Mr. Pool granted Feasteir
permission to go home to arrange a few
matters before commencing the con
tract. Feaster went and did not return.
He had been gone about a mont,h when
on last Friday a warrant for his arrest
was placed in Sheriff Buford's hands.
The Sheriff sent to Fairfield for him
and Feaster was lodged in jail on Mon
day.
* Death of I. Jeff D)avenport. .
*Mr. I. .Jeff' Davenport (lied on Tues
-day, at his home at Silver Street, aged
65 years He was a Con federate veter
an andl a member of Blodgett's Bat
~terg, having enlisted in a Georgia com
pamy for the reason that at the out
break of the war lie was a residlent of
Augusta, Ga.
Preaching at Bachmnan Chapet.
Union Academy, Sept. 24.-The Rev.
P. H. E. D)errick will preach at Bach
:man Chapel church on the fourth Sun
*day morning of this month (next Sun
.day, the 27th), from Hebrews 10:26.
Read the text and come out and hear
the sermon. YOU will hear something
that will (10 you good. 'T. .J. W.
A First-Class Line of Furnilture.
Shelley, D.eap & Summer, formerly
Shelley & Dean, have arranged their
stock ini their new st.andl -the standl on
Main street formerly occupiedl by the
Newberry Hlardwa 3 comp)any. They
are carrying a first class line of furni
ture and will he glad to have their
friends call and inspect their line.
S St. Vaughianylhe BaptIst AssocIatIon.
Editor H erald andl News: Please (10
us the kindness to say through your
columns that the St.. Vaughanville
Baptist Association will 'onivene wvith
the Welches Zion church, Silver Street,
October 8, 9, 10, and 11, 1903. We arc
preparing to entertaina every body and
all are invited.
James McMorris, J. D). Gilliam, M.
Elison, L. B. Hozer, J1. C. Glenn,
deacons; Rev. B. It. Bibbs, pastor.
St. Paul's Items.
- Miss Annio Mae Itedenbaugh has re
turned to Elizabeth college. She stopped
over.in Columbia a few days with heri
sister, rs. Clarence Richards.
Miss Beatrice Bedenhaugh has gone
t'o Rock Hill to euler Winthrop college.
Mrs. It. 0. Ept ing andl daughter,
*M rs L. .C. Pit ts, ot' New berry, are vis
Ittig the fanmily of NIMr. L,. I. Epting,
dumd other relatives ini this comimunity.
*Mrs. TI. L. It Epps, of Newherry, is
* -isiting her aister at Excelsioir.
- $Sept.. 23, 1903. Push.
Primary and JunIor Union.
The PrImary and .Junion Union of
teachers will meet Friday af'ternoon, at
4.30 o'clock, in A. R. P. church.
Mas. ISAmImI ST. AMIANo. Se.
PURELY PERSONAL.
The Movements of Many People, Newber
rians and Those Who Visit
Newberry.
Miss Estelle Aull, of Pendleton, is
visiting friede in the city.
Miss Julia Peisley has returned home
after spending the summer in . Charles
ton.
Mr. C. E. Summer and Mr. and Mrs.
Edw. R. Hipp. were in Columbia this
week.
Mr. John B. Setzler, of Pomaria, will
leave on Friday for Bethune,. where he
will teach school..
Mrs. James H. McIntosh has return ed
to her home in Columbia after a visit
to Mrs. W. E. Hunt.
Mr. McHardy Mower has gone to
Columbia to take a law course in the
South Carolina college.
Mr. Ralph Staples, of Ilarris,mburg,
Va., was in the city yesterday vis
iting his aunt, firs. Thomas F. Har
mon.
Misses Lucile Wilson, Paulipe Gilder,
ElDora Williamson and Oehlese ' Wil
liamson have returned to Converse col
lege, Spartanburg.
Miss Agnes Summer has ecturned
from a visit of six weeks to friends in
Winchester, Va,, Washington, D. C.,
and Winnsboro, S. C.
Misses Jeanne Pelham and Myra
Mower will return to Columbia today to
resume their studies in the Presbyte
rian College for Women.
Miss Sara Chalmers went to )ue
West Female College yesterday. She
was accompanied to Due West by her
father, Mr. T. H. Chalmers.
Mr. E. J. Adams, who for some time
has been the very efficient superinten
dent of the Newberry Knitting Inill,
has resigned his position and left on
Wednesday for Cable, Pa.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There have been no cases in the
mayor's court since Monday.
The annual fall opening of the Mower
company will take place on Tuesday.
Miss Mary Gibson will open the Mt.
Bethel school on Monday, October 5th.
Mr. T. J. Wilson yesterday afternoon
lost on Main street a check for $43.70
signed by J. W. Gary.
Charlie Johnson, colored, was given
thirty days on the gang by Magistrate
Chappell this week for breach of trust.
Supervisor Jno. M. Schumpert has let
the contract to repair the approach to
the Dyson bridge over Saluda -river to
J. L. Aull of Greenwood.
The Mollohon mill school, Mrs. Jane
Long teacher, has opened with an en
rolment of thirty-six and with bright
prospects for a successful session.
Mr. A. C. Jones advertises for rent
his house and lot on the corner of Cald -
well and Boundary streets occupied by
Mr. Henry C. Hunter for the past five
years.
. The lBiser Millinery company will have
their annual fall op)ening on Tuesday,
September 29. They wvill be pleased to
have all their friends come and see the
p)retty (display.
The Young People's Society of the
Thompson Street congregation will
furnish as oyster supper next Friday
night in the vacant store on Main street,
formerly occupied by W. S. Melton.
Superintendent of Education E. S.
Werts notifies all teachers in the county
to bring in their certificates at their
earliest convenience in Ordler that 'the
same may be recorded in his office.
The committee appointed to prepare
a plan for building roads to be submitted
to the mass meeting of citizens to be
held on October 21st, wvill meet at Newv
berry on the first Monday in October.
Policeman Cart,er has b)een detailed
to collect street (uty. Council says
that street dluty must he paid now and
all persons who have not yet' paid are
urged to be ready when M r. Cart.er
calls.
The wvork of cementing the sidewalks
is p)rogressing rapidly. The wvalk from
the Newberry L.aundlry to the corner
occu pied by the Liv ingston-Lomninick
Co., has been entirely completed, and
the force is now wvorking on the block
from Wooten's corner to Summer
Brothers' grocery corner.
AT THEi OPER A HIOUSli.
The Season Will Open With Barlow's
MInstrel Tonight -Thelma to
Follow.
The theatrical season in Ne wherry
will open tonight with Barlow's Min
strels. This is one of the best minstrel
aggregations nowv touring the Sou th,
andl a good, clean show may be ex
p)ectedl. The acrobat.ic feature promises
to be esp)ecially good, andl the songs
and jokes "'ill be new andl fresh.
The next attraction will be '"Thelma,'"
presentedl by a strong company.
The same management which con.
dlucted the successful 'season of last
year- -Messrs. Earhardt, Pifer andl
Eberhardt, are in charge. TJhe hooking
has been in charge of Dr. Eberhardt,
wvho, every body knfows, recognizes a
good show when he hen'rs of one.
Get the Best For the Asking.
When-you ordler a sack of p)atent flour
from y'ouri grocer, (do n1ot tell him to
Aend( you '"a sack of good flour'', b)ut
tell him to send( you asack of '"Clifton,''
because "'Clifton'' is the best patent.
Every sack is sold wvit.h this guaratee ,
and if it does not prove as represented,
your money will be re fundled. " Cli fton'
is anl all-round flour, andl is as good for
cake andt pastry as light rolls and bis
cuit. T. . AYv.
NEWBBRRY COLLEG1 OPENS.
Enrolment Only Four Short of Total Enrol
ment Last Year - Formal Opening
This korning.
Newberry College on Wednesday
morning began the work of .its fifty
eighth session. The enrolment was 160,
the largest enrolment on any opening
day in the history of the institution,
and only four short of the total enrol
ment the past session. The number in
cludes about thirty young ladies.
The devotional exercises on Wednes
day morning were conducted by the
Rev. S. T. Iallman. Short addresses
to the students were made by Dr. Hall
man and Dr. A. J. Bowers.
The formal opening will be held this
morning, at which time a number of
addresses to the students will be de
livered by prominent citizens of New
berry, alumni and friends of the col
lege.
Quite a number of former students
attended the opening of the college on
Wednesday.
ACTIVITY AND CHANGE.
These Have Marked the Past Year in Pros
perity-Demand for Residences
Other Matters.
Prosperity, S. C., Sept. 24. ---The past
year has been one of activity and change
for Prosperity. In this time there have
been completed sixo new brick store
rooms, two bank buildings, one oil mill
and ginnery, a town hall, and one
dwelling. At this time there is not a
vacant dwelling in town. The commer
cial idea has been in the ascendant.
Rumor makes us expectant that more
will follow. At this time there are
three new dwellings building, but this
will not relieve the strain. But we have
little doubt that this want will be met
as the need becomes more stressing.
We think this no mean showing for our
town for one year, and still we believe
the future is bright for better things.
A peep into the office of the oil mill
company, gave a view of the book
keeper amid his stack of books. That
office seems ready for business, and
there is a fai- promise that business
will begin this week. Steam connec
tion is being made between the boiler
room and the ginneery and when this is
done the gins are ready to hum.
Prof. W. Powell IHale, the imperson
ator, will be the attraction at the town
hall October 22nd. There is a manifest
interesb among our people in a lyceum
course, and we trust that it will develop
into action. We cannot expect to get
anything but cheap, second or third
rate exhibitions, unless we unite in se
curing something better. Our barrier
hitherto has been the want of a place
to have entertaim-ments, but. a nice town
hall now opens the way, and we have
no one to blame but ourselves if we are
without first-class attractions this fall
and winter.
Some more of our young folks left
this week for college: Miss Jessie
Moseley for Elizabeth College; Miss
Estelle Stewart for Converse; Oscar
Simpson, Bushnell Bowers, Ernest
Long, aind Jno. Pat Wise for Newberry
College. Yet there is one more to fol
low. Our citadel Cadet, Cecil Wyche,
hols over till next week.
Miss Marie Lathlian, of Little Moun
tain, is in town.
Mrs. F. R. Hunter, of Newberry, was
here todafy.
Mrs. Sofie Reedler and chik(lren, of
Newvberry, visitedl Mrs. W. M. l3eden
baugh the past wveek.
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Cannon returned
to their home in Columbia this week.
Mr. E. A. Counts is moving along
very nicely with the building of his new
dIwelling.
Work was begun on Mrs. Janie S.
Reagin's newv dwelling this week.
Messrs. Shockley & Livingston are do
ing tIhe work.
Mr-. R. I. Stoudlemayer will begin
work t.his week on a dwelling for Dr.
JIacob 8. Wheeler.
MYSWTIOUS MURDEIR IN SALUDA.
Mr. Smith Cockerell, A Nephew of C. L.
Hlavird, Of Thbs City, Killed In
Is OWn Yard.
A telephone message from Saluda
Court. Ilouse birought the news of ai
horrible~ murder committed about three
and one-half miles north of Saluda late
Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Smith Cock
erell, a nephew of Mr. C. L. lIavird of
this city, about dark, was sitting in his
back yard on a plank walk leading frorn
his house to the kitchen, cutting splin
ters to start a fii'e, when he was shoi
in the hack four times with a shot-gur
and instantly killed. The p)resump)tiol
is that the shooting was done by tw<
men. One load entered the back of th<
head and one the back of the righi
shoulder. The load which entered th<
shoulder ranged downward, penetrating
the heart. Th'e coroner empanelled r
jury and held an inquest, but with th<
scant testimony before him adjourned
the inquest to Friday, October 2.
M r. Cockerell wa.i a young man about
21 years of age, and but recently mar
riedI. A probable motive which might
have led to the commission of the crime
has not been found, though many vague
rumors are afloat. This is the third
mysterious shooting ini Saluda in recent
days.
Mr. Cockerell was a son of Mrs. K.
II. Cockerell, who dbied only t.his year
andl who was a sister of Mr. C. L,.
Ilavird. hlis brot her. Mr. Robert Cock
erell, was connected with Mir. I Iavird's
store in New berry fieveral years ago and
is well known heme
MARIlAGB INST3AD OF SCHOOL.
Two Young People From Prosperity, The
Lady On Her Way to School, are Mar
ried ln Columbia.
Ther' 'was a very happy termination
to a pretty romance in Columbia on
Monday afternoon. The ties of love
proved stronger than the ties of school,
and Miss Lillian Wise, who at 1.15
o'clock in the afternoon had left her
home in Prosperity bound for Charlotte,
to enter Elizabeth college, was married
in Columbia a few hours later.
Miss Wise left Prosperity accom
panied by Mr. C. Maxey Harmon, who
intended to see her safely through
Columbia and then return home. The
young people had long been sweet
hearts. Maybe it was thought of the
several months' separation and the!
power of their love becoming irresisti
ble at the thought of this separation,
maybe they had intended it all aloug
anyway as soon as the young people
reached Columbia they went to the res
idence of the Rev. Mr. Satterlee, ree
tor of Trinity, and were solemnly nmr
ried. They then wired Miss Wise's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarmon spent
the night in Columbia, returning to
Prosperity on Tuesday.
Miss Wise is a daughter of Mr. A. G.
Wise, president of the Hank of Pros
perity. She is a bright and charming
young lady and very popular at. home
and among all who know her. Ni.
Harmon is a son of Mr. W. P. it. liar
mlon, of Greenwood, and is connected
with the firm of 1lawkins Brothers, at,
Prosperity. lie atten(ed Newherry
college a few years ago. The young
couple have many friends in the county
and throughout the State who wish for
them every happiness in Iheir journey
through life together, so propititously
begun.
For Better Freight Rates.
Messrs. C. E. Summer and ild w. H.
llil)I), represeiting the Newvherry Board
of Trade, attended the meet ing of the
business men in Columbia this week
called by the commercial bodies of' Char
leston to frame a petition to the rail
road commission asking for better
freight rates, or rates equal to those
enjoyed by points outside the St ate. A
petition will be fraied in behalf of all
the towns wid citivs represent ed anid it
is confidently predicted that mu11ch bot
ter rates will be seci-ed.
Opening at Prosperity'.
M\rs. S. W..Ctalnes' millinery open
Iog at Prosperity ocel-red on Weibws
day. There was a ull and beaut i fi
display of ladies', imisses', and chii-en's
hats in the latest styles. The display
of ostrich goods, wings and leathers
was very fine, and there were silks al
velvets in all the latest. shades.
The dress goods departientit is v,ery
complete an( a fil litie of trinmings is
carried.
The store on openig day was heaut i
fully decorated in palms and feris.
Home Loamn and Trust Company.
The Home Loan and T1rust conmpany
wvill be organized nextI week. D ue mno
tice of the exact time will be given in
Tuesday's papers. Those who have
not yet subscribed andl who wish to do
so may see any one of the following,
wvho are the cor porators: Geo. 8. Moweir,
F. N. Martin, W. G. IIlouseal, J1. E.
Norwood, B. C. Mathews, Van Smit h,
J1. A. Blackweler, E. 11. Auill, J . A.
Rlurton.
Leather Goods.
Mayes' Book store (diets the atten
t.ion of the ladies t.o a beauti fulI line of
leather goods.
First Cost Not the Cheapest.
The first cost of an article dloes not
necessarily dletermine its cheapness.
For inntance, a sack of "C li fton" f lourm
may cost you a lit.t.le mioe thant other
so-called patent flours, but it. will be
cheaper to you in the end. Wh y'? He
cause it will not only make more bread
to the sack, but will take less lard and
soda to niake it. Order a sack of "CIi f
ton'' and make a test for youlrse'lf. It.
will prove the truth of t his state mnt.
Annual Fall Opening.
The annual fall open
ing of millinery, dry
goods, etc., of the
Mower company will
be given on Tuesday,
September 29. There
will be a beautiful dis
play, tastily arranged,
The numerous friends
of this popular firm are
invited.
Texas Rust Prool
Seed Oats-car just
arrivedl, 65c bushel at
MOSELEY BROS.
Eczecma, Itchinig Hlumors5, Pimnples 'Treat
ment Fr'ee.
D)oes yourt skin it.ch tand burn? D is
tr essing eruptJtionis on the skini so y'~ou
feel ashamed tom be seen in company?!
D)o scabs and set.-.s form 01. i h skini,
hair or scalp? I have you I- zemna?
Skin sore and1( criacikedh? R ash t orm on
the skin? Swollen joints? Fanllingt
hair? All run downi? Skint pale? Old1
sores? Eat ing sore'i'? I cters? To
cure t.o stay cured take H. I. H. ( Io
tanic Blood Halmtl) whItib Itmakes the
blood pure and r'ich, t hei t hI sores will
heal and the it ching of eezema st op
forever, the skin h erome (clear anid the
blood( pur'e. IH. It. It. nold at drug
stores $1. TIriah t ireatmienl sent free
andl prtepaidl by wvrit.ing t.o Blood Balm
Co., Atlanta, (Ga. IDescrible your
trouble and free medli('al adlvice given.
IOver' 3000 testimonials of curL. by 11.
B. n.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
1Ol RENT. -My House and Lot or
. Caldwell Street, Newberry S. C.
This place has been occupied by Mr.
enry C. Hunter and family for the
past five years. Apply to
A. C. JON FS, owberry, S. C.
Sept. 23, '03-f&t tf.
A NOTIIER LOT OF those nice dried
1 beef hans received at Davenport
& Cavenaugh's.
1ARM FOR SALP. Good Sixty
F Acre Farm, near town, for sale.
Apply at this oflice.
Olt SA l3 Olt RENT-The house
and lot on Johnstone St. now used
as the Lutheran parsonage. For terms,
etc., apply to
DI. JAS. M. KIIIEER,
Newberry S. C.
or DR. JNO. A. SIMPSON,
Prosperity, S. C.
JTJARDWARE llAtNESS- AND
.1I 1 Paints We havo just added to
our stock a complete line of harness,
hardware ald paints and are prepared
to serve your wiats at lowest possible
pric-s. Apartment adjoining grocery
.tore. Come in and inspect our line.
Car nails just received.
SUMMER BROS.
{1UT OFF JUST ONE DRINK PER
, week at the soda fount and the
savings will enable you to drink the
very best Morning Glory Coffee every
day during the month. Try this high
grade coflee. Sold only by Davenport
& Cavenaugh.
A CLINCHER.
We want to sell 5000
barrels Flour in six
months, and to do so
we propose selling
best goods 10 cts. bbl.
profit. Every barrel
guaranteed. Don't
buy until you see our
flour and get our prices
MOSELEY BROS.
W e will buy all the
Cotton Seed brought
to this market and will
always pay the highest
price. Bring your seed
to us.
E. M. Evans & Co.
The Riser Millinery Co.
Will have their Fall Opening Tues
lay, Se IIember 29th. Our lats- are
preltier than ever. We canl promise
or friend.s a display worth Seeing.
Caution I
This is not a gentle word -but whei
you think how liable you are not to pur
ehase the only remedy universally
known and a remedy that has had the
largest sale of any medicine in the
world since 1868 for the cure and treat
Ient. of Consumption and Throat andi
Lung troubles without losing its great
popularity all these years, you w.ill he
thank ful ve called .your attention to
1osChee's German Syrup. There are so
many ordinary cough remedies made by
dIruggists ano others that are cheap and
goodl for light coI(ds perhaps, b)ut for
Severe Coughs, Bronchit,is, Croup -andl
secially for Consumption, wvhere there
is dlilileult exlpectoration and1 coughing
(luring the mights andl mornings, there
is nothing like German Syrup. The 25
cent, size has just been introdluced1 this
yearI. llegular size 75 cents.- For sale
by W. 10. P'elhiam & Son.
COTTON GINNING.
We have finished
overhauling our Gin
nery at an expense of
several thousand dol
lars, which prepares us
to Gin 125 bales of
cotton per day. Bring
your cotton where you
can be served prompt
ly and given satisfac.
tion.
We also pay highest
market price for Seed
and furnish Bagging
and Ties at market
price.
Newberry Oil Mill,
L. W. FLOYD,
Manager.
N otice.
I N 0111)NR1() Kl ICICPFl~ T [ CORI:01
sright, all I (achers in0 the (coun ty~
aire heeby inotiied to biring in their
certlificates iat. some)1 conven ienit time ir1
the niext. few weeks, in order tilat said
certificeates may be rordedl in this
Co. Supt. I 'ducation.
Brag and Bluster
Al ,y i.u:Ito sales som1)1 i ~etn, buti! only
p i mtright for ward ttomonts
kSwi.p enIlt omeirN conl li n nouJy . Thlant's
ho ren iiwe ma*kri it ai po'int to use(
notilng a or. facts. We are) w-Iling
lhe h,o'a in our linai art th lowst
pr1icEs I )on't thinuk you cLan buy
hI at e r e 'lr is lhes por ihan we soIl
I le,il, ,l H 'in 'I,, Io.-Hibuility,.
Faner(~ ir. 'roi-ns, Fruiitri I?lro
doiE'4-"'lf it 's ouirs its riiet."'
Counts &, Dickert,
It uissellI' - )', I Starnd- .\lasin Streot.
Now is the time to
make money by using
heavy Bdaging and
Ties. We sell the heav
iest on the market.
E. M. Evnns & Con
"W- GC
SHELLEY, DEj
To by1)' your l'urniture. \\e have
and we 11ol)rop)oSe 1-( m1ake it We your
Beds of all kinds an lPria.s li,
at Rock bottom Perics. We carry
High (,rade. T wo em- loads of Cl
arrived. \\e bougIt 'hem at the I
them like we bought hem We al
Stoves, Gawamd Crockery. (
thing to be fuI'mind in a lirst class t
Oak Center Table for $1.o . We
Cole anId see tmonel
SHELLEY, DEi
Al N-wberry I lardwarn
A New Store
HAIR & HAVIRD.
\We are now r(%Idy to show the
traditng public Ith les . Cheapest
and Mlost l'p-t 1 14- l lt ' of
MILLINERY
IN \ \ l
Nirs. I lair ha1in; , . s j
the Nort ben marke
the s-o. y
We Al o Ca i
DRY GOODS
NOTION S.
We say ge ourI I'
II1I. .K IIl 1Il'o iiy
The Hight Pilue Store.
Summer Blros. llock, Im.wer Mjjjai Sire.el
LADIES You are' 1nost
Icordially in
vited to attend our
millilcy oponilliff
Septemb.,r 25 aud 26.
We will display the NEW
and KNOBBY STYLES
and many novelties.
Moseley Bros.
Prosperitv, M. (.
St.one(s to suc11 an~ pl enty14441
$1.0) a.1111 lno t deposited inl 44ur
W iA/ll in I 1 4 4ar 4 : 4nuntto 144 00 I (C
$5.00) will in 1Ill years
$10.010 w ill in4 11 y4ars
am ut44444 t I 444 - 4 1100
SThe Commercial Bank
of Newberry,S.,
liarness and Saddlery
The arget ndI most COmVl
plete assor'tmenit in
the State.
Everything kept in an Up
to-date Harness Es
tablishmnent..
DAVIS & CO.
1517 Main St , Columbia, S. C.
1.0. 0. F.
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
M M 01 \l(V44c 40. ' l I.!\ V it; l'
.1 8. s I II1. N. G.
TI. I . St.e Wat,, ,1 e Sek n- t ry
~Warren White Sulpher Springs.
WAT'RII,11CK X'TAIO N, VI 1(0IN IA.
E. 1). CUiI,12KN & SON, PR(OPIINTYoIR.
Variety of mlinerial waters. Eevat ion
2, 100. feet.. One mile fromn station. F~ouri
mails (daily. lExcellenti table. MoenI ct
b)uildings4 and( e<(1uipment41. liates $25
per month. Special rates to familIes.
TO
AN & SUMMER
it and it is all New and Up-to-datc,
interest if you will give us a trial.
's of all kinds very cheap, Rockers
all kinds of Furniture, medium and
iairs, I ockers, Beds and Bureaus just
ight price and we are going to sell
so carry a line Heating and Cook
,utlery and Hardware, in fact every
-nature store. We sell a 24 x 24 in.
still sell you a nice Rocker for $j.oo,
's Worth'' is our motto.
PECTFULLY,
N & SUMMER,
Company's Old St.md
CHAIRS! CHAIRS!
CHAIRS!
B E D S,
either single or in suits
WARDROBES,
TABLES of all kinds,
SPRINGS,
MATTRESSES,
WINDOW SHADE.S,
LACE CURTAINS,
STOVES, PICTURES,
LAMPS.
LOU,NGES,
A rt Squares,
Rugs, Etc., Etc.
Evyhn found in
store. We mak /
eiteriglty or faingit
TAIBLER NS ofalkns
SPRINGS,
WINDOWl'sOl SadS
Newbrry,P.SC
Arlth Sq aies,ae n
vterythingmeound inee
furt-wclass oFurnituher
stood. We make a
shpeialn o framing
PCtr es, hppn
Bags LaneldChtean.
Bags. The ladies arein
viedr cmec and-e
somr ewhano athng
Gods Wae.ee have all
shape pine Pocetx
Bags. fail tyls this
stock befre uchihnd
somer an seenwhthng
Don' fail to see ort
Mayes'
Book Store.
GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO,
A C0111plete Natll'a Malilli.
1~~IC ARkl AGI'CNTlS l"Ol TllS
Conyfor (Geniuie P eruianm
G luano, whVI)ichl is at !omple)te, wvel b al -
anent ra~l manIIiI iufhre', 'onltiinIg thle
pr'iincip)al elemenit,s of p)lant. food in t he
desiring to avail themselves of the~ op,
piortunity to get geinuine P'eruvian
GuanTo shiould place thieir ordcer with us;
for' same before the firstof Sep)t.(niheri,
I93 as we ' cannUot conitra~ct for' anly
after that dlate. For prices and fur-ther'
in formation app)ly to
SUMMER BROS.

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