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"i)eWitt,'s Little iarly Risers are the
finest pills I over used.--D. J. Moore,
Milbrook, Ala. They quickly cure all
liver and bowel troubles. GlIder's Cor
nor Drug Store.
Tuesday Mr. G. MI. 1-. ECpting lost a
bunch of valuable koys, it is thought
on the' road between Newborry and
Coleman's Cross Roads. A liberal re
ward will be paid the finder by return
ing them to tis olice or to Mr. Elp
Deaith of an insfait.
'ibc infant son of Mr. and Mrs. MCK.
Hutchison, aged one month and 26
d tys, died at their residence on Crnella
street yesterday morning. "Sun'er the
little children to cono unto me, and
forbid thom not, for of such is the k ing
doin of Heaven."
Chieien'l Day at Smyrni,
The public is cordially invited to at
tend Children's Day at8myrna Presby
terian church, Saturday before the
first Sunday In June.
The excreises will begin promptly at
10so'clock a. in., and it is hoped that
the crowd will all be here by that time,
as the children will be very entertain
Ing. Dinner will be served on the
grounds. Tho candidates are invited.
* * *
J. C. Connoy, Roanoake, Tenn., says,
"I cannot say too niuch ifor DeWitt's
Witch lIazAI Salve. One box of it cur
ed what the doctors called an incurable
ulcer on my jaw." Cures piles and all
skin diseases. Look out for worthless
imitations. Glder's Corner Drug Store.
Laurens Nowa Special Elition.
We have received at this office a
copy of the special edition of The Laur
ens County News, published by the
Parrott brothers. The edition con
tains thirty pages of interesting read
ing matter descriptive of Laurens. It
is illustrated with numerons cuts of
mills, churches, schools, banks, stores
and prominent men of Laurens. The
edition reflects credit on the pub
-Ismnarck's troin Norve
Was the result of biu splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous ener
gy are not found where Stomach, Liver,
Kidney and Bowels are out of order.
If you want these quiitles and the
success they brinir, use Dr. Kings'
New Life Pills.. They develop every
power of brain and body. Only 25b at
all Drug Stores.
A Nice Pleco of Work.
Mr. B. B. Davis, the artist with the
chisel at Leavell's marble yard, showed
uts an excellent piece of work being
executed by him yesterday. It is a
tomb to be p'aced over the gave of
Jacob Adam lpting, son o Mr. J. J.
Epting, of the county, who died last
year while In Cuba in. the service of
his country. Mr. Davis has at the top
of the stone a beautiful emblem, the
flags of the United States and Cuba
crossed witll rifles stacked at the base
of the Hiag poles. It is a nice piece of
w3rk and shmowe the han of an artist
in its get up.
The easiest and most effective method
of putrifying the blood and Invigorating
the system Is to take DeWitt's Lit,tle
Esely Risers, the famous little pill for
cleansing the liver and bowels. Gil
der's Corner Drug 8tore.
Ne,wberry Quarantines Union.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
last week the following action was
taken, which is explained in the com
Newberry, S. C.; May, 1900.
Board of Healt.h, Union, S. C.
Gentlemen: I am instructed to in
orm you that, at a meeting of our Board
of Health, held today, a resolution was
passed quiarantining our city against
the city of Union, S. C. This applies
only to residents of your city who have
no certificate of recent vaccination.
JNO. C. GOGGANS,
Sec. B. of H.
"A fter suffering from piles for fifteen
years I w.as cnred by using two baxes
of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve." writes
W. J. Baxter, North Brook, N. C. It,
heals everything. Beware of counter
feits. Gilder's Corner Drug Store.
Missionary to Japan.
Rey. C. K. Lippard, of Statesville, N.
C., wvill preach in thle bkatheran Church
of the Redeemer next Sunday morning.
Mr. Lippard is a good preacher. Ho
has been appointed as a missionary to
Japan by the SouthernLutheran Church
and is visiting some of the principal
points in the South before taking his
departure for the foreign field. The
special collection annoulnced by the
pastor for the evening service w111 be
taken at the morning service, as Mr.
Lippard will preach at Grace church,
Prosperity, at night.
Resolution of Thanks.
At the recent meeting of the Ex
co'sior Fi're Company the following
we ,olution was adopted:
Resolved, That we, the members of
the Excelsior Fire Company, in meet
ing assembled, take this method of ex
Lending our sincere and heartfelt thanks
to the ladies and others who so kindly
assisted in getting up and serving the
ice cream festival in behalf of the Ex
celsior Conjpany, and to those citizens
-who attended and aided in making it a
success to us financially; also to the city
council for their timely and valuable
aid. For all these kindnesses we bog
to assure all, that we, as fireman, shall
alway stand ready to protect the prop
erty of our citizens to the extent even
of personal sacrIfice. We shall serve
the town with renewed energy.
Re,duction of Prices.
We have reduced prices in our buggy
and wagon repair shop. It will be to
your Interest to see us bofore having
your wor,k done elsewhere.
One and two-horse wagonis for sale,
made by us.
We are headquarters for the Buck
eye Harvesting Machinery and Repairs
Give us a call.
4t f, The Carolina Mfg. o,
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOU'.
Monday will be saled ay.
The barbecue season is on.
The candidates are on the move.
A good rain would do much good just
),t this time.
Mr. J. L. Franklin, of Augusta, Ga.,
is visiting friends in Helena.
Remember the meeting of the I.'xec
utive Committeo tomorrow.
Mrs. Louisa Zobel and MIrs. Burn
have returned to Cha.*leston.
Miss sallic Whitney, of Maybinton,
visite. at Mr. W. ). Hardy's last week.
Many of our citizens have been try
ing their luck on the banks of the Sa
Mr. Leighton Cosby of New Orleans
arrived in the city yesterday on a visit
to his old friene?.
Mrs. Golden has returned from Hig
gins' Ferry, where she spent several
days with friends.
The census enumerators will begin
the work of taking the 12th United
States census today.
Plums, cherries and blackberries are
ripening. There is a chance for the
newspaper man yet.
Mr. Irby D. Shockley, who has been
confined to his bed for several weeks,
Is able to be out agali.
M isses Natalie and Sue IMazyck have
returned from a visit to relatives and
friends in Charleston.
Mr. Ed. L. McIntosh, of Ocala, Fla.,
spent a few days here this week with
his father, Dr. Jas. McIntosh.
Hon. C. L. Blease attended a meet
ing of the State Executive Committee
in Columbia Wednesday night.
Magistrate Chappell fined a negro
$25 or thirty days on the chaingang a
few days ago for breaking contract.
Mrs. C. L. and Misq Bertha Blease
left yesterdny to visit relatives and
friends at Pendleton and Greenville.
Mr. J. ). Shockley has accepted a
position as salesman for Hazel Thoma
son & Co., dealers in lumber, Colum
bia, S. C.
The wheatC cr4) is said to be fine.
We heard a farmer say a day or two
ago that he would make flour enough
this year to last him two years.
The Seaboard Air Line has instituted
its free delivery of freight system in
the city of Columbia. Columbia seems
to play in big luck all the time.
Mr. W. (I. Pearson is arranging to
open a grocery store in front of "The
Newberry." He is having the shelving
put up and will open his stock in a few
Children's day exercisbs will be held
in the Presbyterian Church Sunday af
ternoon at U o'clock. An interesting
program has been arranged for the oc
It is said that one or two of our can
didates have been over the Laurens
line electioneering. Laurens voters
can't vote In Newberry, but they may
be able to help a fellow considerably.
Two more crack ball players came in
yesterday for the summer team-Case,
pitcher, and Jennings, fielder. They
are strong players and will strengthen
our already fine team.
Col. Jas. L. Tribble of Anderson,
who was nominated for L'eutenant
Governor by the recent Prohibition
Conference, has declined the nomina
tion and so notified Secretary Berr'y.
See the announcement of the South
Carolina College in another column.
Next session opens September 26th.
Entrance and Normal Scholarship ex
aminations to be held at eac~h county
seat on Fiday, .July 20th.
Mr'. and Mi's. J. A. Rlikard and
daughter, of the Long Lane section,
who have been right sick foi' the past
week, we are glad to state are con
valesceing. Mr. Rikard himself is able
to be up.
Mr. J. W. Reeder, of The Rleeder
Pharmacy, has kindly presented the
Excelsior Fire Company with a half
dozen pictures for their hall and as
many packs of playing cards. He is a
f'iend to the firemen.
We now have a suburb known as
"Fairview." Col. W. Y. Fair's place
has been given that name by Prof.
Ser'viss, the Brooklyn astronomer, on
account of the splendid views obtained
fromn that part of the surrounding
Several of our young men have the
Baltimore fever. They have been of
fered promising positions in electrical
works In that city. Several may leave
for that city In a few days. We hate
to see the young men leave, but want
to see them all do well.
At a meeting of the pastor's of the
Lutheran, Presbyterian, Baptist and
Methodist churches of the city it was
decided to hold union services Sunday
nights during the summer, beginning
first Sunday night in June. The first
union service uinder' this plan will be
held in. the Baptist church next Sun.
day night at 8.30.
Dr. P. G. Ellisor of Newborry, ac
companied by Miss Maggie Johnstone,
visited his brother-in-law, Mr. J. W.
Moore of this city last week. Miss
Johnstone graduates at Newberry Col
lege in June, and will have the distinc
tion of being the first female graduate
of that institution. The college was
opened to female students three years
ago and has seventeen young ladies 1h
attendance this session.-Greenwood
Death of an Infant.
IThe Infant child of Mr'. and Mrs. M.
A.. Wallace died Wednesday night at
tilr residence on Cline street. Inter
mant~ at Roaamant yesterayn. aftenonn
AN ANDERSON MARItIAGE.
A Pronanent 1)ontst ftand Cx-Newwrria
Marries in Auders,n-IHe Surprlged
llao I'veol by Keepin,g ills
Wedding a Secret.
Anderson, May 28 --Yesterday at the
Presbyterian manse in this city at 31.30
o'clock p. Iml., Dr. A. P. Johnstone and
Miriz Lale Witherspoon were married.
Not tha slightest odor of orange blos
s0111 was Wafted in) the gentle zCphyr'S
to tell, and the birds almost hlushel
thei. chirps lest they should prate of
Lbis secret, which . was being so s-Iccss
fully kept by the sutitor and his pro
spective bride, and it was only a fow
hours before this happy cuii1lmin1ationl
that, somle suspiciols Imlovomemts Vave
evidence of the coming of this event.
Mrs. Johnstone, nee Nliss Wither
spoon, is a native of Arkansas. Soie
months ago she came to Aiderson where
she has since taught with marked sue
cess music and elocution, in which she
Is highly aecomlplished. iianisome,
attractive and genial, )irs. Johnstone
has rapidly won the friendship an, ad
iniration of many of Anderson's lb,st
Tle groom, Dr. A. P. .Johnstone, is
a native of Newberry. I[e has for sev
eral years successfully practiced den
istry, and is now one of the leadt indg
members of that profession here. Dr 1.
Johnstone is a prominent minmber ot
the Preshyteria a church. Q;ii(et and
unassuming, gentle if) (leportmen, he
is an admirable mian. lie is widely atnd
popularly known in Anderson.
A few selected friends anld relatiVes
attended the marriage, soon after
which the couple left for Hope, Arkan
sas, and after a short, visit to the bride's
parents Dr. Johntone will return with
his wife to Anderson.-Special to the
A Fine sali I'layer.
Mr. C. Beusse, who has for the past
month been playing behind the bat on
the Newberry nine, had to leave yes
terday for his home in Athens, Ga. lie
had a position there with the Southern
Railroad Company and they denanded
his presence. Not only the boys, l.ut
everybody, hated to see him leave. lie
is an alround ball player, and hIs place
behind the bat, with Billy Weddington
in the box, will be hard to fill. We
hope arrangements can be made to get
Bcusse to return. As a catcher lie is
simply great-with a big G., as a whole
souled boy, he is better.
The Boys Pleatmed.
At the ieeting of the Excelsior Fire
Company held Monday night, the fol
lowing preamble and resolution were
Whereas, It was our pleasant duty to
attend the great fireman's tournament
in the city of Charlotte, N. C., on tihe
occasion of the 20th of May celebra
tion, therefore be it
Resolved, That while we were so un
fortunate as not to receive the cash
prizes in the contest, we desire to put
ourselves on record as endorsing the
honest, fair and straight forward man
ner in which the tournament at, Char
lotte was conducted, and to thank the
citizens, firemen and* offieials of that
enterp)rising city for the kind, con
siderate and( courteous matnner ini which
we were treated while in their midst,
and to assure t,hem that our visit to
their beautiful cit,y will ever be a pileas
ant recollect,ion to us, and that the
visit shall be repeated should an oppor01
tunity ever p)resent it,self.
Weekt End Rates.
Effective June 3d anid continuing to
and including August, .11th, the follow
ing Week End rates will apply from
Newberry and Prosperity, 8. C., over
the Atlantic Coast, Line: To Water
loo, S. C., Harris Springs, S. C., anld
Greenville, S. C. Tickets sold Satu
days andl Sundays, good ret.ur-ning,
leaving destination not, later than Mon
day followingz date of sale, $.00.
To Glenn Springs, S. C. Tickets sold
Sat,urdays and Sundays, good ret urning,
leaving destination not later- than Mon
day following date of sale, $2.50.
IrOnl clad signature formn tickets lim
ited to continuous passage to be used.
Approved: Issued by
T. M. EMMSON, H. M. EMERSON,
Traflic Manager. Gun. Pass. Agt.
A Cird of Thanks.
We desire t.o express our hcar-tfelt
thanks to those of our flrlends who so
kindly 'Temember-ed us during the sick
ness of our beloved son, Ralph, and
who so zealously attended upon him
until our heavenly Fatber plucked him
from our midst. They did not cease to
come day and nig ht to sympachlize -with
us and offer any assist,ance that was in
their power to give. We shall always
remember them in a sense of deepest
gratit,ude for their faithfulness during
our' groat, afllict,ion. Words are inade
quate to express our thanks to these,
our warm friends, nor' can we hope to
i-epay or suflicientl y reward them for
their kindness. May Ho who is the
"'giver- of every good and pcirfeet gift"'
richly reward them both in this life
and In the life to comb.
Very gratefully yours,
MRt. AND) MRS. B. F. CANNON.
Nowherry, S. C , May 29th, 1000.
IReduced Hales Ovr-r A. C. L,.
The Atlantic Coast Line will sefl re
duced rate tickets for the following oc
casions from Newbeirry:
Commencement Converse College,
Spartanburg, S. C., June 3 and 4, *2.75
for round trip. Tickets sold Juno 1, 2,
3, limited to 7th.
Commencement Clemson College,
Clemson, S. C., June 6 to 11, *3.40 from
Clinton. Tickets sold Juno 6 to 11,
limited to 12th.
Commencement Furman University,
Greenville, S. C.. June 8 to 15, $3 00 for
round trip. Tickets sold June 7th to
11th, lImited to 17th.
Commencement D)ue West College,
Due WVest, S. C., June 10th and 20th.
Tickets sold June 15th to 18th, limited
Annual Meeting Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society, Greenville, S. C.,
June 27th to July lst, *$3.75 from New
berry. Tickets sold June 26th, 27th
and 2Ath, -1imited tn July Rdt
'01-N'IS FiOM '1OSE'E,111iT.
In Iny last article the types dittle Im;
guilty of stevral eoro-, the only one
absoilitely ret2quirinltg correction, Iow
ever, is the nain of the Principal of
our GradedI School. It should have
been prinLed Prof. J.1. e. herard. The
I'rofessor is now visiting hiis home in
A sociable at the rc.sidenceo of Mr.
and LIs. C. 1'. latlanli was greatly en
joyed last i'riday night. and an eclipse
partlt.y at. thu homel ol Dv-. and .\rs.
WyVIhe last light dQlh;hted the young
lEve'Y meihor of It' v. A. G. K irk
patrick's au ily wqs ilk Iast week, and
NIater, I (L Ilk 11011M ftOmll1 college
to help hi, f.i h1r do 11:! nursing. All
are imllprov'-d now. aml NI 'ster Gary
ha-4 taken ii he wi foer.
C(l. V_ it .\ li, editor (if 'TI'e I lerald
and New- ati piIVate secietary to
GOV. 1 'Sweenvy, was in 'rosperity a
few hours yesterday on business. ils
frienIs hero wrer deligh1il to see him
ill tle enjoyment of ext0llen01t health.
,perjtinedent A. It. Kohn of the
big ailiate sto- in ClloIbia Ias been
up1) Onl a visit, anld hli,- malny friends and
r-elatives w._'ro ploas d to see hii look
ing so well.
NI ts ii si 1lllatid of iiNiOld IhL3s
beenl eljoying k vikZit here, tbe guest of
Mir..lo.'. It. 1Unnter.
Messrs. .1. 11. edenlbaulglh tn( J. '.
Wicker an- . iss Mintnit. Pellers left,
for tile reumio'l at I"x)isviliv.
Mr's. Salle W. Kennedy oIf le West
has been on a t.n days' visit to the pa
ren1tal roof. She r'eturnId Saturday.
MIisses Blncho and L,!iha lJoland of
Little Mountain are visiting relatives
Mr. .1. Iarre leaves for Saludit to
day oi "priofeesion4." biness.
liv. W. I. Itiller, the new pastor of
Grace 1utherall chureh, has entered
upon the di .Clu-ge of Iis pastoral (Iu
t.ies and Will r)L'CaCIh hlis Iieist, Seri'mljon
here IXt Sul(ayt' MoIning. lay the
Master's Nwork pro.sper inl his hands.
Rtev. Mr. Ipparl, miissionar'-elect
to Japan, will preach in Gce chu;a rch
Sunday nillt. IlI coics here under
inistIctioii of tile Hoatd of M issionls,
in ordler that lie may becoellc acquaint
ed with the people before leaving for
a foreign field. A collection wilt he
lifted for miission work. "The Lord
a Cheer ful giver."
I j, M '.,r-ro.
Tuesday I. ir., 29th.
"lBetter late than never." It is best,
however, to boI ne'veri title ItbOt taking
Hood's Sarsalparilla to pmrify your
blood. Take it now.
An eo Crena Fe8tivail.
Tile B-and of lope will give aln te
creaml festival this afternoon at 6.30
o'clock in the yard in front of Temper
ance 11all. The proceeds arle t,o h used
fo' i special iirpose ill COInn]ectiol with
the organization, and it deserves a
liberal patronage from tile public.
FREE BLIOOD CURtE.
An oflar 1) Oviaing r',it ) o Suforerm.
Is your Blood Pure? Are you sure
of it? Do oits and sratehes heal slow
M? Does . e. 1 sik in. ich lr burn I'? I Intve
you p)implle2s? Eru'ptions? Aching
Bonies or Daick? l'c'eema? Old Mores?
Boil,? Serofuhlay Rheuatisml? 1"oul
Breatth? Cat airch? Arie you1 pale? If
so purilify .11our Blood att on1ce with
It. I. It. (ot.anic Blood Balm). It,
maikes the blood pure anod rich, heals
every sore nt ld givesQ a1 e!e3ar, smooth,
healthty skin. Dep-seat.ed eases lik'e
n1'ers, catn:eri, aing sor'es, panfulI
swe'tlli ngs, bl1*od p)oiston are' q uick ly
cur ied by 13. 13. H. imade especially foi'
all Iobtinaite ~ Blood and( skini trou1bles.
II. II. B. is di lerent fromn other r'eme
dies b)causr Il. B. 13. dr iainms the p)oison
and humtor' oJt. of the blood antd enltire
system so tihe simtU Iomfs ('annot r'eturn'.
Give it a trial It, cures when alt else
fails. Thoronghb1y test,ed for tirt 'y
year's. Sold at. dru'g stoles at $1 per
'arge bottle. Ii largeI botles (full trecat
ment-) $5. So suiffer'ers mtay Lest it, at
trial bottle giv'en away absolutely free.
Write for' It. Addr'ess ibooti B3A;,
C:o., Atlanta, Ga. Write today. l)c
scrib3 trouble and frece medical advice
. gelham 's
Because they find that
it pays handsomely!
Big Bargains at Two
or Rebate Checks sav
ing 10Oper cent. to the
buyer for cash!
Call on us and we
will save you money.
pounded by graduated
Ilomesteaid AmmonIa, for the bath
and household uses,1 5c. a bott,le at
Gilder's Corner' Drug Store. t&f tf
We will sell you corn & bacon cheap
or than any 01no in town see us before
buying. C. J. Pur'cell,
Adimi nistrators' Sale.
We will sell at public auction On Sat
urday, June 15th, 19)00, at, 12 im., at the
store of the Jlate .Jacob) S. Russell In the
town of New.berry, S. C., the stock of
goods. stor'e furniture arnd fIxtures con
nected wilth the merctantile business
lately condnoted by saitd Intestate.
Terms ol sole-(Cash. No bid of less
thani flity-ehrht cents oni the dollar of
cost will be r-cived.
F"ANNI1ld C. RUSSICLL,
RI. 11. RUSSELL,
Is Needed to
SUitS W -\c%aIli themll odds,
mdI( eis.---a I rile expression
--olne Ifhat i1n e1)11I1e s"iZes
f varioui lilnes. We cannot
[it every)body, but ths'eo that
we canl lit, enn bu"T' stits rull
iiing f1rom 15 to $16.50 at a
:1iscoult of over 50 per cent.
J list think of that, it Imeanls a
*15.00 suit Cmr $7.50), and a
44*00.00 suit for $5.00, tc.l:
'llsc suits (ost us mvore, but
we are bound to sell to provide
room for new goods. Ymu get
We Overloaded with chil-I
Lren's Suits ald these itemlis
tell the story:
Neat Suits for1 the little f.l
lows at G-5 cent, aid on 111)1 lie
line by easy stages, $i.:;8,
-1.(8, $2.28, $2.98 and -8 )8,
at reduction ol about -10 per
cent. These ooods wvilli never
interest careless fol ks--fact, is,
there is snall advantage in
ielling to..careless fColks, hut, if
you are particular, anld want
SHIRTS---All Styles and
with Fair Dealing. No
of the Kinds that mak
WANT YOUR TRADE,
Go to Jamieson's for Clothing.
$3.00 Oxfords $2.25, at d amieson's.
$2.25 Oxfords 1.05, tt Jami s 0.
$1.65 Oxfords $ 1.20, att JamIfiesoI.'s.
A big lot of L.adies' Oxfords ini
BlIack anid Tau, la) ets. to 81I.25 to
be closed out at 60) ets., at .J amio
Go to Jaitoisoni and1 heo will always
8011 you goods cheap. f tf
Don't mfiss the opp)ortunlity to buy
a pair of the TVan Shoes that. Jaiti
son is solhng for less than cost. f t f
$5.00 Vici Tan Shoes $3. 6-I, at
Jaisoni's. 1f tf
81.50 Tanii ShoesS$3. 25, theso shoes
are ats goodl as5 cani b)0 made of
leather, at Jaiosoni's. f If
A big lot of misses and1( chiIlrons
oxfords & sandals 11) be closed out re
gardless of cost.. Jamieson.
Just receivedi a nowV lot of Lilly
B3rackott's fine shoe formnen.
Gontlemoen oxford ties just ro
ceived at Janmiesons.
A lot of silk bosomi shirts 50c. &
$1.00 just roc'd1 at Jamijesons.
$4.50 Tan Shoes $3.25, att Jamio
son 's. f tf
Buy your good1s from Jam ioson and
you wdil got first claiss goods and at
right prices. f tf
Bny your good1s from J amieson
and y'ou- will find( themi to bo just its
represented. I tf
Nowv is the timno to buy a Straw,
wo have a largo stock in latest 'yios,
at Jamiehson's. i tf
.Just received, a lot of Boy's Knioo
Suits. d5 et-s. to $2.50, at Jr.ienii' s.
Ladios' Oxfords, 75 cts. to $1.25,
flow Gifcts. at .Jiamiesoni's. I ti
Misses and Child rent's Oxfords ando
Sandals ait loss than cost, at Jamio
son's. *f tf
A big lot Cottonados that woro
b)ought h)ofore ads.-'co, that we aro
soiling cheap, lit Jiamieson,s. f tf
Go to Jamfioson's anard buy a pair
of Lilly Brackett's Tran Vici Cloth
Top $5.00 Shoes, $3.6 1. 1 tI
A hig lot of Suits marked down to
about half price, at Jamnieson's. f (
A big lot Nogligeo Shirts at 38 ets.
at Jamieson's. f ti
/ED IS MOl
tell uou abou
ollietllii fli. t : 1 will make the I;
p).\'(>rjl(l,.Illdt yull proild ()I*
imI, c.l111,r1-nlmdalld lmu\' onle
fl these suit , it will be a fi
Iia l ralill :Im1l, a. Inell"A1 Sat-.
Oxford Ties.-We have
'0III cX(llett vlv'eation; iil
I il iles 001nwe I I, oi i vso .,
lot so ele-2ilit, but g-wd :11an<
wrIViccable. Prices, Well.ijnst
Is low as they :'an he male,
und ill kact a little lower.
Men's Tau Shoes.-The
(wst li.\'er 801 net itie ()\'er
muys. Well, we dio it ill lIen's
Taii Shoes, and while we
)oughit them away do-wn, by
Inuying a. Illrge lot, we have
1lore 111h we il aIfl'o'd to
P"arry, a11( a1, I,) SIh(oe goes
It 1.50 t, , :1.f: , A
35,00 t :,G5, Tihis is
wa;y of tillIoali nlg; it, as two
a(I\1 litges-.-\oll get t1' best
0e0<ls at tlie price ofl iiferior
es, aIl( we gilt I le rmil anIl
your good will, which is, alter
Fabrics at the LOWE(
goods of "4ood enoUgI
e Every Buyer a REG
AND TRY TO MERIT
\\'holi yo1 Viti to btly i Suit, that
i, stylish and up-to da1e, Jamieson's
is thle plco. tif
GO to Jamiiie-mn's and got. your
Oxford 'ic's beforo the tizos 1110
bro(ken; t hey aroe selling for Iiem (hian
cosit to iiitninfactiuro today. firf
You cani buy1~ a $15.0 ( HuI iit for
$8. )( at. Janne isimu's, ani d goods
gutaanteed to be a'tll right. f' tf
C hildren's HuIits tie ofts. ati. Jamtic
\\'Ii~ohav the larget'st stock ofsu
mner weight Clothlintg wo huavei (over
calrriedl; Co''is ha etofs. I o 88.'la5. A
big 1; ne Sergo Coat s andl \usts in all
gradles, at dJ amieison's. t tf
WVe hiave this daty marked down all
ou r Meni's 'JTan Shoes ; $3. St Shoe nowv
$2.50; $-i.50 now $8.25; $5.00I Rnow
$8,111. '.lhse tare Lilly lBracket t's
b est, goc ds, there arie nono better, at
jailiiesOl''. [ t.[
F'or I' tny CI, nti.
Irto~n iot, I 'lo 0stocks--ait, t he New-~
berrys lIIard ware (Co. 's. favt it.
Finae Gew4 for Hale.
I have a few tine cows for stile lat,
f&t-it C. WV. limutot>.
ilun for serv ice.
1 hatve a line ser vice hllI. Chtarges $1.
f&tit, C. WV. ]lisgoi'.
An ICxceptnto A the IRute,
A shop1 where you1 cani get~ what you
want andl wh en you wtant it,.
ST U IA Iwri B nos.
1I. Ii. fI.i Fli, MaitnaLger. t&at.i
We cani stopi thiemi-t,he lies. Use
our1 see'n dorit and1( wind(1ows,
1I. 1i. Leilie, Man.
Tof Tle4phonea( SubscNriberN.
Tiele'phone sucitSejbers5 wvill please add
to their list, Newberry bottling works
No. 131 and1( oblIge
2t. I,. Xy. li.,oyd,
We arie sellintg the bsti 1st, patent,
floutr nmade for $l.15i. C. J. l'ttrell,
New lot, of New Ilnghland WaLtches
just~ in. Como int andl 800 u1s.
L Uf Daniels & Co.
You wvill regret it if you (10 tnot see
our Sleek of ClothIiing before buying
your Spring suit.
tf S. JT. Wooten.
Amber ('tne Seed, '40e. per peck, lit
Gilder's Corner Drug Store. t&f tf
We aire selling the best, 2nd patent
flour on eat.ht for $3 910. C. J. l'utrcell,
L1adies' recady-maide skir'ts 35 acnts
eaich, and1( better ones at all prices,, at
t"rcsh 'I'tnglefoot Fly T.aper ait
Gilder's Corner Drtug St,ore. t&t tf
Our screen doors are guarIanteed to
s1io11 lies-and g lye sai t8rfaction in cyery
part,icular. Stewart Bros.
E. H. Lnaili. Man.
4EY MADE !
t Our Store.
li I, [i. it tel' 111l41sti1 o1 ' stlcCc
Ihani the dolhirs we make.
Straw Hats. Tihre is a
Ireslilless lhorut ou- line of
S(l'I w lats wli-.1Il 1Iearly lp
raIchs daintiness. We have
I lInt at 25 ecnts, not muc
>I, a lhat,gr.1ante<d but, not imuch
f I' iee. YO[I c'(m go oin 11)
o 2.)() an< 1fin< s(omebetweeni
JIVs 1l'iCeS tllIt -IN l>biIId to
Neckwear Changes. Ties
mught, iii M.-arcb or April are
Is, 11IIel out, of' place IlOw as
wiliter suit.s ill iJulle; for ill no
lOllIZill does Iasliioll reign
miore stIlprl'Uie fluli illlck
wear. W!e i>rile ourselves in
11<',8 fisIlit) evell Neckwear,
a hey are the "right, thing"'
n0 suispicioll o' "cheap work"
ihouti telivl, and if they Could
halk they'd ay "the lassies
L i tat made us are as bright and
IIli))y as the IIIC1n w1o buy uIS
aire i1:itilly and tasty.'
3T PRICES consistent
- to sell" kind, but all
ULAR PATRON. We
Men's high cuti brogan:i at lfc. at
f tf hl. A. Rlenwick's
. ust received a car load of feed ontp.
f. -it. 1 7I NI ..t lB to..
The biggest cost salc that eyer hap
pened in Newberry is going on at
i f .\Ni. A. lRenwlck's.
I ted itavens Is still the best laxat,ive
MII ieral Wauter, 15 .bottle at G ilder's
Corner Drug Store. t&f tf
I en wick has a few more of t,hose
Se3rge Suits left that you canu buy at
co,t,. f tU
we lit the haIiZrd to lit corrcCt clothing
at right prtices aLt WVooten's.
liig line of Crash Suit,s, Serge Coats,
Alpai~ca Coats and1( Vt-ts, etc., ait cost
this week alt lienwick's. f tf
i f you need any col umnns, baluster's or
L,ued work get~ our pri'ces before you
buy. \Ve will saLve youi money. Satis
fact,ion guaranteed. STUIAT 1(l'Iluos.
I'. Hi. LEsi,iJ, Manager. t&f tU.
Why is M. A. Itenwick selling so
many113 gooda I llecatuse he is selling
Cl~otin g, Shioesi and liat s at cost. fLf
POPr rhets, Comb~s, Soap1 and Pci -
finnuer'y, the best, for iLeast, money, go to
(Gider's Corner D)ruig Stoic, i&f Ui
D rop in at, M. A. itenwiek's this week
aind buy a suit, hat, and pair' of Shoes at
cost, for cash. f t,f
l"or a guaranteed fever thermometer
go to G1ildler's Corner D)rug Store. t&f tf
All Clothing, Shoes and IHats at cost
for cash at M. A. Itenwick's. f t,f
["resh Candiles at 'Glider's Cornce
Driug Store. t,&f tf
i4adies', AI isses' and Children's Ox
ford Ties ait cost for two weekos at AI. A.
I[enwick'. I tf
I'or first, class D)rugs and Medicines
at lowest, market, prices call at Gilder's
Corner D)rug Store, t&f Uf
A big cost sale Is going on at MI. A.
Rlen wick's. I tf
Unmbrellais at cost atM. A. RXenwick's.
Straw IIats In profusion at cost for
cash at Rtenwick's. f of
New lot of Summer Neckwcar, at
f t,f Renwick's,
liig line of Summer Underwear at
f tf ''A. Rlenwick's.
Heciser's and Cr<.. '.i's Shoes for men
at cost at M. A. Reniwick's. f tf
Hig line of Negligee Shirts at M. A.
Renwick's, I Lf
Men's Suits, Rloys' Suits and Chll
dren's Suits at cost at M. A.Roenwick's.
Clothing, Shocs and Dlats of all kinds
at cost at M. A. Ren wick's. I tI
Negligec Shirts in profusion at M.
A. Ren wick's. f t!
Viol Kid shoes for men in 'Tan and
Black at, cost for two weeks at M, A.
Rcnwick's. f tf
A big lot of Misses & childrons Tan
Sandals going at48b0. & 33c. former
p)rice $1.25 & $1.00 at Jramiosons.
Good four-.room dwelling house in
town for rent. Stables, garden and
other land. P.ossession after 1st July.
For particulars apply to Sohumpert &
Holloway, attorneys. f&t3t