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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders .......................... 7o.
Hams..-......... ................. 12 13 .
Best Lard ........ .......... .@100.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 600.
Good Molasses..................... 25(a50c.
Corn ................................ 50.
Meal .......... ....................... 50.
Hay........-....- - -............. 00
W heat Bran........................ $1.15
1st Patent Flour...-.......... $4 75
2nd Best Flour.................. $4.25
Strait Flour.. ----............... 4 00
Good Ord inary Flour...........63.00(3 75
Suga'....................... ... .... o
Rice.................................... 5 810
Coffee------.-----.................... I 15c
Cotton seed meal, per sack... O1.25.
Loose Hulls, per cwt............ 30c.
Bntter, per lb .................... 1W&20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................ 12@15c
Chickens, each................... .K45250
Peas, per bushel....... ........ 75c.
Corn, per busbel.. ......,....... 60c
Oats, per busbel.............. 35()40c.
Sweet potatoes .................50(a)t 00.
Turkeys, per Ib ............(d) 8o.
Fodder, per owt ............... 'l5490c.
NEWBRItY COr'ON MAuKEr.
(Corrected twice a week by J. W. Gary & Co;)
January 20, 1901.
Best...... ....................... 9o
Please add to your liml:
McWbirter, C, store, No 3.
Spearman, P G., r- sidence, No 09
Aull, L B., residence, No 107
Rhoden, DIYid, rosido-nce, No 131.
2t I W FLoyD.
Call on ( H Cin f .r all kinds f
Lumber, Siig, .!. D atnd S tb ily
Just receivd 100 ' ns ligh Grad,
Ferlilizers ge. our prie. wt will inakf
it to your interest.
E. M. EVANS & Co.
We are entitled to your trade. We
are the boys that have put the kiife
in high prices. Purcell&Scott.
Towels. Table Linen, Dollies. Ete.
Prices right N.-wherry Cash Store.2t
Our Shopm cure corns all kinds and
all sizes. Newberry C-sh Store. &f2;
The Wonder Worker!
For oats, wheat, corn, cotton and
Vegitables. This Fertilzer has been
used for years and will increase yeild
from Fifty to One Hundred per eeLt.
Apply to Summer Bros., Agents
for Newberry County.
The Home Fertz. Obem work's
Look out for Purcell and Scott's
Prices. No matter what price you
are quoted you will always find us
Hats to beat the band. Newberry
Cash Store. i&f2t
We are selling the beat second'
pat. flour that is made at $3.85. Hurry
H 'oks and Eyes 1o., Plns 1c., Braids
1c., Handkerchiefs 1e N., more rinm.
Come and Bee the rest. Neiwberry
Cash Store. t&f 2:,
Dont pant at others' high price. We
have Pants to sell at 25c. pair. .New
berry Cash Store. f2
To the good farmers of Newberry,
fre are youz friends. Don't buy
until you see us. Purcell & Scott.
56 p'irs men's floe Shoes, 98e pair
Newberry Cash Str~e. t&f 2t,.
We are selling b,est corn at 60 ots
per bushel. Purcell&Scott.
The prettiest a'is o n tspt -i4 t im t
broidery and [asertingt ever sidetracked
.in Newberry at the Newt,erry Cash
Store. t&f 2t.
08 pairs Ladies' Patent Tip, Lace or
Button, Shoes 693. pair. Newlierry
Cash Store. t&f 2t
We are selling best corn at 60 ct8.
~r bushel. Purcell&Sott.
SMen's Suits from $249 to $9.08.
Y'Bright, new and atylish, at the N w
berry Cash Store. 2t,t&f
J'On Friday ntight about 10:80 o'clock,
't.he d welling house of Mrs Jane Reedesr
taear Gary's was destroyed by fire. The
house was a two story frame building
which has been standing for a number
o~f years. The fire had made consider
able head way before it was discovered,
anid so rapidly did it burn that only a
few articles of furniture were saved.
There being no insurance Mrs Reeder's
~oss is a heavy one. l'he property de
Setroyed is valued at about $1,500.
-A PromInent ohdeng., Woman speaka.
Prof. Roxa, Tyl'-r, of Chicago, Vice
President Illinois W.,man's Allance,
in speaking of Cough Remedy. says:
'I suffered with a severe cold tisi win
1'te' which threatened to run into pneu.
.onia. I tried different remedies but
Iseemed to griw worse and the -tildi
-alne upset my stomaob. A frienid ad
vised me to try Chamberiain's CYousrh
aR Iemedy and I found it was p'eosant toi
take and it reliev-d me at once. I ..m
no31w entirely r)c3overed. saved a doctor's
bill, time and suffering, and I will
~never be without t,his splendid medi
,ino again." For sale by W ii P"elham
We have Trunks to sell Our rprie's
Sre selling 'em. Newberry Cash Store.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Court convened yesterday.
()ol. W. H. Hunt, of Spartanburg, is
in the city.
Mr. John Cothran Is in the city at
L. W Perrin, of Abboville, is in town
Mr. P. J. Voss went to Greenwood on
bufiuess this morning
Miss Gladys B tykin, if Edgefield, Is
visiting Mrs. B M. Dennis.
Mr. J. U. M. Kinard went to Green
ville last week on business.
Capt. 0. E Hughes, of Columbia, is
attending court here this week.
Mrs. M. A ivans went to Columbla
Friday and returt.ed yesterday.
See Summer Broa' fertiliz-r ad. for
vegetables in another column.
In another column of this paper the
Riser Millinery Co. offers bargains in
Mism Mayme Furg. rson, of Laurens,
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. F. Z
Mr L A Ris Ar, whose headquarters
are now in Columbia, is at home for a
Miss StsiF- Round(ree and Mr. Mack
Monroe, t-f Laurets, are visiting at Mr.
Mr J E Sondley, of R ickford, S. C ,
was in town last Friday and gave us a
Nir David Copeland came I. yester
day from St. Louis where he purchased
a lot of fi -e Iules.
Miss N-inie Pool, who is te4.ching at
Chappells, spet Saturday an I Sunday
with ti-r paren,.
M68s- Nir-b mnd Had-v 0iNrrrali -f
Beltl. -. a' vi-iting -heir cousin,
M.s Wae r 1. livitt,er
Ms Sophia Redus re,urn d yester
day from a visit to her friend, Mrs. E.
B. Weihur, of Gaffney.
Miss Katherine Wells, -f Columbia,
who has been the guesL of M es Alma
Bishop, returned home est.erday.
Mr. Richard swittenburg. - f Jalapa,
has gone to Atlanta where he will take
a course in the At lanta business col
Among the lawyers in a'tendance
upon court are Vlessr-. J F. J. Cald well,
of Greenwool; ' P Cothr,n, of Green
ville, and C I Ramage, -f Saluda.
The new school building that is ieing
erected in West End when completed
will be an ornament to the town. Let%
h -ve another cotton mill and build up
Re-v R. A. Childs will hold the busi
ness meeting of the flrst quart-rly coii
ference (or the current year in Central
church Friday i ight and preach in
same church Suitday morning.
Mr. 1. A. Hughes, of Clinton, was
tho guest of Mr J H. Hair on Sunda).
Mr. Hughes was the firRt Creat Sachem
of the Imprivod Order of Red Men in
South Carolina aid has been author
ized by the present great Sachem.
Steike , of Charleston, to go to Colum
bia, where, on February 2nd he will
organize a lodge having 65 charter maem
thers. Messrs. J. II. Hair and S. G
C,.rter will go down to ColumbIa and
take part in the ceremonies.
Such lit,tle pills -as DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are ve'y easily taken, and
they are wonderfully effective in cleans
ing the liver and bowels. Gilder's Cor
ner Drug Store.
_2,2221 .s Vallencene and Tersche
L4ee, b."ugi t cheap, h'ere it goes 1c.
t-' 15c. yard New berry Casth Store.
Early on last Saturday night a robber
got into Mr. C .T. Zo",ei's house, in'
Heletna and was ransacking the house
right along when Mrs. Perry heard the
noi.ee, and making alarm the robber
went out thr.tugh the window. Mr
and Mr's Zoibal were at their store at
If troubled with a weak dig-'stin
beleotlug,. sour stomach, or if you feel
dull after eating. try (Chamb. rlii,'s
Stomac.h and Liver Tabelets PrIce, 25e
cents. Samples free at W. E Pethamn's
d rug- store
idvien of ii "nntemportery.
Pho Atlanta News recommi udi that
everyone drink m-,re watter Th at may
lhe very good advice for Ati ant.a but it,
won't go in South Carolina Phbe cry
here is to deInk mnore disp,.nsary whis
key so that the school ctildrenc can be
better educated from the profits -
Alken Journal and Rwv'ew..
Quality and not quant.it.y makes De
Witt's Little Early RI-er'a such valuable
lit,tle liver pills. Gilde-r's Corner Drug
A Cosy ntre.
The interior of the Ewart-Pifer Co.'s
store now presents as neat appearance
as any in the city. It has been repainted
and rearranged. They have a new line
of shet, shirts, I ats, cravats, etc.,
which they are oftering at n ry, low
prices. It would pa.v you in passingi to
st,op long enough~ to glence at, t.heir
windows and you will find themn ever
ready to serve you on the inside.
*100 Rteward 3100.
The readers of this paper witi be pleased to
lear , that, there Is at ce-ast one dreaedc dIs
Ose that scence has bee - bie to eure in all
its s' ages, and that Is ('atarr a Hail's Catarrh
Curn' I the only positive ours known to the
medical fraternit,y. Cat,Arrh being a co st
tuti i.alt dis5-se, require- a ce,natitutionai
treatmnent, lail'sOCatirrhe Cure Is taket In.
trna I , acti.,gir icily upon "he blo 'd and
nuncouse 'o fawcs of t he syst in, thereby sie
atryn hefudto of the dteca .. and
svig te at.en etregth by building up the
eon tet utieon a d aiting nature in cing its
work 1IThe proi,rietors hiave so mneh fithI in
ht eur t, vi poW5ra, that, they offer Otis Hun=
drned I)oitare for an canse teat it fatts to cito 5
Iend for list5 of testi'eonlats. Address
F. J. UHREN A Y- A (.0., Toledo, 0
80'd b.y dru og-isa price 7110.
hail', 'taat Pis are the best.
COL. W. II. IiUN' VANED.
The Members of the Nowborry iptls
Sullday Helsoof show 'rhAr A ppreciation
of hin Hervices by Presenting Iim
With a "teauliful Cane.
On last Sunday afternoon a beautifu
ivory handle sterling silver mounte(
cane was presented by the Newberrq
Baptist Sunday School to Mr. W. 11
Hunt. Mr 11ut was for the past olgh
years supeintendtit of this school ant
was Lonred and esteemed alike b3
ciftiers. teathors and scholars, and thei
gave hm up with much regret when h
decided to make his home in Spartan.
ktrm. In fact, the whole communlt3
hate to see him leave.
On the cane was inscribed: "Waltei
I. Hunt, from Newberry Baptist Suti
day Sk-hool, 1901."
Mr. Jno M. Kinard, the new super
Intendent, in presenting tlie cane tc
Mr Euti, said:
Dear Bro. luint: In behalf of th(
Machers and oilleors and scholars (if the
N--wberry Baptist Sunday School, I am
c .missioned to give you t his cane as a
slight token of our affection for you.
Our observa'ion has always demon.
strated that tho,4t- we love most we are
most inclined t) cane at ti-nes, henec
we cannot reI:.t this occasion and
temptattioi to give you a good sound
canieg for pla% ing truant and leaving
our Sunday School.
"Seriously, my brotber, your term ae
superintendent of this school will ever
be reckoned as one of the brightest
pages elf its hisory, wh in sympathy,
devotion and love lowa.da each othei
reigned supreme--but above all i
yearning d' sire in learn of Jesus aisd
his ove charac erizea the entire sc',oll,
I kniw I sPeak for the (1lcers, I knfw
I sp,- k for tow teachers, I know I ,p. alk
for evry seholar, when I sa.t we 10 ,
.ou You shall ever have our sympat hy
a- d tender slicitude wherever you may
be. And may the giver of all goid and
perfect, gifts vouchsafe to you and youre
long life and happiness and finally a
g'orious translation to that heavenly
homoisot made with hands eternal in
the heavens, where there will be nc
heart-ches and no partings "
Mr. Iuiet wa- taken by surprise an(
si-oke with much feeling In accepting
the beautiful gift he said:
"Brother Superintendent: I think I
appreciate a gift, and especially thl
gift from this school more than an.%
thing that I could have received. Your
statemei-t as the representative of thc
school that I have their love and es
teem is most gratifying to me. I car
say wit,h all earnestness and truth thit
every officer, teacher and scholar ir
this school has the warmest place it
my heart. I was superintendent ol
ihis school for eight years They art
eight of the happiest years of my lit
and recently I have thought how mucl1
thete was in the old saying of the poet
that parting is such sweet sorrow.
With me it, only demonstrated and
showed to me how much I did love thi
school, and nobody will ever know h,w
hard ttist parting was to me. I thank
)-,u, Mr. Superintendent."
The occasion was a pleasant and hap
py one, and while they give up Mr.,
Hunt with so much regret, their sorrow~
at, parting osnly serves to draw the mem
bers of the scho -1 closer to each other.
IMo,wn to atoms.
The old idea t hat, t,he body sometimes
needs a powerful, drast,ic, purgative
pill n,as been exp oded; for Dr. King's
New Life Pills, which are perfectly
hiarmil-ss, gently stimulase liv'er au
bowels to expel poisotnous maltter
cleanse the systema and absolutely c"re
C'onstlpationi a'.d SIck Headache Ouily
22c. at, all druggists.
1-867 yds. Calico, bright and new 4..
Newberry Cash S ore. t&f 2.
Dr. and MrR Thea, Johstnuni to Colebrare
thir f in we dqpng
Dr. and Mrs. Theo Johnstnei will
entertain at, dinner this afternoot at
fly' o'clock in celebratlin of the tent b'
anniversary of their marriage.
The guests will be the memhers o1
the immediate families and a fev In.
I. Otrd,.es the Gotube
Tlhe fame of Buacklen's Arnica Salve,
as the bes' in the world, ex'ends rount
the earth It's 'he one perfeic' heal.
of (Curs, Corns, B arnas, BI uls's, sonres,
S"alds, Bills, Ulcers. Felons, Anh..s
Pains and ala Ski" Erupt ons. On
Infallible Pile cure. 25e ~a b 'x at, a'l
Big lot Ribbons, just, opened Pice
less than ot,bs re. Newberry Ousd
A Newborrian L.actures at .rkei.
There wilt be an en-ertainmetnt 0
more thin usual interes' at, tbe coarl
house Saturday nigt, (to'rn,re"w) corn
monoing at 8 o'clock. Dr. Jam -s P
Kinard, of Winthrop colleg , will de
liver a talk on Cu rope A year ago hi
traveled over Scotlatnd, Engl>id ani
the continenDt, and too,k a number o:
views as he went. Slice returning h(
has written what he sa and his lee
ttare is highly spoken of '-y the teach
ors who were at the summer s"ehool al
Winthrop and endorsed by Presid ni
D. B. Johns"n. The views have beet
prepared for proj etion on canvass, ani
the fine stereoptican belor-ging t<
Winthrop college will be used. Noad,
mission will be charged. The publia
Is cordially Invited to he pres--nt.
Yorkvile to. maten, .1 -n 25
Pepain prepamuatlons often f -11 to re
lieve indig,.uron be'ca"se 'hey car
disrest only~ albumIn,,ns fo dma T[hera
is one prepalrationr that 'lgtes'- all clias
se-' of food, 'and that It' Ku,dol Dvapeps
(lire It cur 's the worst caq.-s o' In
digestion and giv-ut ins'an' relIef, foi
it d irests A hat yon oat Gilder's Cor
nor Drug St,--re
B'aek'AkIrts ready to wear, wet
made, 48c. k4ew berry Cash Store. t&f 2
t A W011 Inown Vittizo of Hocty Ill
PasseS Away in Columbit.
Yesterd%y afternoon Mt Lucits Mc
Intosh, of Sciety I1li, Darlingtor
County, who had been brought hero ti
undergo an operation at the Columbit
hospital, died at that, institution.
Mr. MoInt,)sh wa4 tt) uncle of ir
F1. i. McInlosh and Dr. Mlntosh 0
NIr McIntosh was born on Jiti% 7
845, and wasI I. b ; of \11' Jam II ,
and Mtrtha ",Il .iosh. He obt,ained
his education principally at the K ing'
%lount,ain Military Academy In July,
1803, he entered the army of Northern
Virginia, in tivhe Third corpi. aid sur
rondered at Al poima tax as first lieu
tenant of Shutter's ba tery of artillery.
After the war he entered tilt South
Ca -olina college and took a course in
t at institution.
He has always been In6tilnent in
azricultural cir"les in Ihis State. [It
leaves soevn children to mourn his uln
Mr. McIntosh was a man of many
lite qilities, and his death will be do
pl .red by all who kacw him.
The body will t day ho snt to S-eietv
Hill for Intermnew.-The S!-e, Jan 28.
M MIntosh was a brot.her of D
.anes MIcIntosh of this city who was
called to his bedside on rlday and wits
with him when the end came.
The Mother-'s Favorte.
Chamberlait's Cotuth I,tmedy Is the
mio-her's favorite. It is plhasant, ind
-ae for children to take and alWa, H
el e It Is Intend d espeiilally lor
cmwhs. colds, cr op and whooping
e tuh, and I- the best iiedicinte 11a10
f it hosueI dis- ases There is not t.he
as- d-Inter. is iving it lo childre i for
f n ills 11o opiun or other Injuriolsl;
ruv and may bv viven ais confide.nt.ly
o it nahi as to an adult, For sale by
W. E Pelham.
Coutiy Teach.-ra' Anseiclation.
The f allowing is the programmo ar
ranged for the next nectini of tho
County Teachers' AssocIation, .eru'
w.x 0 h:
LitI-r)iIur- in the School ioom-Mrs.
School Libraries-Mr. Sid ney
History of Educaticn- Prof Sligh
l'ho o en miters desl rIng o oen tr u)oi
the course of study adopted by the asso
ttiition will be profited by listening to
Prof Sligh's int roductory talk.
iets Ont, of nu Increase of 1is P..nsion.
A Mextean war ve'eran and lomin
ent edit,or writ,es: "Seeing the adver
.is(emlent of Chamberlain's Olie,
holera and Diarrlioeit R.- medy, I am
rw-minded that ns a t-o'dier en ivxieo in
'47 and '48, 1 contraled Mexican diar
eto-a and this remedy has kept Im
from getting an increase in my pen
-ion for on every renewal a dose of it,
rest,sres me '' it is untqualled as ia
quick cure for diarrhoer an-l is pliepsant
and safe to t uke. For sale by W. E,.
ipsciat Ternm of Court, Convened Yvtirday.
The special term of court which was
ealled for January coonvened yesterday
mornIng at ten o'clock wit,h Judge Jas.
P Izlar presiding.
Mr' J D. Camipbell, the -courteous
and obligling stenograpere of Spartan
'eurg, is att bis acecustomed place caking
down the peroceedinus.
Mr John C Goggans, the newly
elected clerk, is serving for his first
time in that capacity and tuntnages af
fairs in a way that would reflect, credit
e)n an o!d band at the busIness
The ot her court officials were at their
post of uluty.
-l'he first case called was that, of Me
WVil KCihler against, Southe*rn Railw a
fo)r dlamages. T[his case consumed the
whole time of yesterday and all jurors
who were not empanelled on1 it, wore
excused until 10 o'clock this morning'.
Persons who suff,-r fr. mn indiges Ion
can not expect to live 'ong, beca nit'
t hey cananot eat t.be food required to
nourIsh the body anid the pr dueci.s.
thle u'editiested foods they doeat, poison
the blood. It. ise important to cure in
digestion as soon as posi'le, and the
hesi method of doing this ls -o rse the
pr'eparaition known as K'no1 Dyspepsia
Cu'e I dIuet s-s what you eat, andI r'e
setor t tall -be elIxe'stIve organs to pe
feet. health Gilder's Corner D)rug
M trried at Pro'perity, Jannatry 27,
1001, by J WV Blanton, Mr John N
Wa ts a"d iiss Rebecca Iilhisor, all of
N wberr., Counaty,
The m'o'it.ed r'eputatioen for curIng
pI'es, sores 'end skin dkse 'Ases nequird
ii D) -W 't's Witch IIazel Salve, has
led to :he making ot'worth less cont r
feit l.- sitr" to we' reeev De:WI''s
S elve. Gl der's ("''n .-'ug S't"r
ThPe~ friends Of \les. Jno P' Ft-Ide'r
nee i - IIl 01 B 'Il Like were i x
pret'-4 lv st.o''k,d tand i'eved (I learn
of her' di ath at her heome at, M'ooe'se,
S C., on Suniday evenIng D'ath :s
sad at' all i imes, bui when It comes, to
one in t he bloomn of you 'ig woman
hood, sujrouind d by all that nmk- i
life '.o th lIvIng- a lovling bush-iid,
'end ain aged , -other-lt is dioubly
sad. Mrs Fielder spent, her' ear
liest years itn Newbe-rry, and hasi
many fr'iende here whose symp athles
gm ut to the sorrowing ones in this
hour of afilecti,. The funeral.-rvices
wIll be held at, h r hi -me ac. MIoore's
thbs after. 00 . a. t w n'eloek
ThlN .e a( e.tt re '- 1,'rge death
raeea rt' O'e .' ild n r I cn a i vip nd
l,ung troubl's Pr ml)' at'ion wil save
t,he little- one- f'rm lhs- t.-rrlb'. dIls
' ases Wte k tew -f t) hii e a'ec e h.It
- *- gIve inst,in' ri. et' Os One M1I ite
"ouegh Cure. Ii can als-. h.. relIed u pon~
in grIpe"' and all throat and 'une troh.
I l,'qof -iao a, Pl'em ., eo take Gidcru
Corne~r Drug Store,
81U1'I11ERN HAM A NIW F:ST 1i,1IN,
Wats Pult onl 41isil,y Jilnuttry 1-7ths 1001
1letwt,on Atlaiti anl tho East.
A not her fast trtin to tho East, w.i
put. oil tl Soiuthern lRail way Ilas, Sun 1
day. 1h, will be known a-; t.ho) "Atlantia
and Now York Express."
This is an o Itiv-ely new train andti In
no wise fIot'. I hl presilt sehle-liles 4f
the other toad Thlle o j-et wil. b - lo
provide improved paits4ii ge r facilites
it Ite several poilts be wo-ti At iita
anid Charloi tIla ui hich thi- Intin stops,
and at t ie saimle i lmo, rellove i he "Wash
inglon aind southwest.orn m1111ited" of
ho ivy express an't coltech travel which
tihe train Inow handles.
The now trin will be No. 31 ior'h
bound andl(] 33 southboind. It wiil Ieavo
A tlanta dt.iil at, welvo tweity (12 20)
p. m. A,laita 1ime, onlit Lwt lty (1 20)
1p. Il E' stern time, twenty minties
bvbhind tho Limuit,'d Stons will bo
mW-. N >oro+., L,rfov.i. G tilivsvill.,
Ltua, t )4ml, Airi , I'oro, a, Wotn110n
ster, S- Ca, -ntrtv,d, E_tsloy Green
Ville, Grers, Spar allbri'g, G'illoy,
Blacksburg, Kincs M ountain, Gast-nia,
atl Lowell. A tarlitto vbmh the
tti will aive at linm tell (9 10) p it.
c,m114,11Ion will b - ill t Io wit it aL througn it
W,r01n fl-oml (Iolu u11ia. P-tava mahl an-i
Flovdi kh'elh reach -. W 's1ingto'l the
n.I.x1. 11101nig t. 'l 55 a1 mit and N -w
York II. 2 0-) p. mit
Southb. und will leave New York
a4 3 25 p. mll., WashiiLo - 9 N5 p 1ru
and arriio in Cinrlot'ile 8 05 -. i , le tv
Ing Charlot,te at, 8.20 it i. The tral in
Will s u. 11 it I I tI s4m 1 s,atiolls soith.
b mnd as No :11 noer-h-bound and will
reotei Nthttitt a a. 3.315 p) m A latnta
t,ilu.-, 4.35 p). ml Et s orn1 lrto. which,1 is
t -v i l,v mniit t,o .e : ! i 1 of I,tl@ l.Ai i t,eti
T1i-3 - V " ,tl1 .rt iln L ill S '1 1 j%t3st,qrnI
Limi ed,' %Vlle-) 1. e p 40 relievo 1 of
coach-t'avI-l by 1h, Exiess, will be
mnad.- one of tlh- high st, ch1 passenger
trains lin the c.ulltry. It will be a
so ill trin o' PIltmin clars, with Diner
A !tnts of -iouthiern mtiwav will
cherul ly furnish detaied inform intill)
rot i ivt- ro tiis imrl)ve sorvice.
W. I 'AYLoit. A. G. P. A.
AManta, Jn 25. 1O91.
Mt riIn a 41ich'4 Find(.
"I was trioubb d for several yenrs with
chl onic 111d igvs1ion and nqervous dobili
Iv," writie It' J. G-Ceell, Of 1CLcIAS,
N 11 , "No r nmldy helped me umilli I
t) gan using I'llectrl Bilters, whieh
(Ili Iml more Irood t1111n till the mll-di
in s I vver used. They have als. kI.p
myl% Wi L in exevilent, ba Il for- yta4
-Ie si 4 Electrie 11iI,ters ar ve just
splendid for femile 1 roulble-; I h at, tbey
are a grand tonic av,d Ir.ovit or' for
wo-ak, unn down wo mn No ot.her mv.
iville can take Its phn. 11 our f(4m111 y "
'Try thei-m. - iy 5o.Satisfact,ion guar
iint,ved byt all druggi-ts.
Tim best InIe( bloym' Knoe Hilits liver
st)Inmed Out. from 1.i.timort., 08C suit,
till siz s, 5 to 16 Newberry ('ash
St,or. t&f 2t,
We are Rlling i ho boht pat ont flour
on oarth it $4-.30. Coio quick.
Dloti froini Mt. P'hiIps.
Wo atzain hear11 te soundfl( of the axe,
prepar11ing1 for'1 more1'4 ten cenit. cot.on.
Wec art' e)xpectin'g 1o have ai da4ily
mall b. fore lonig. If so thIs will 4add(
muchi to tihe p)rosperity of our littleI
town11, Kalula11; and we areo expict.hr g
somelI new.' enterp)rises, inl the meCun0i4
It is withi ph1-asure'l thlat I think of my1
0111 schoolmates1.0 who 111a'4v.- gone Oilt ini '
t he wr d (1 fi0 h t1..1he hat.t,e of li fe I
will give a shor'i ske'ch of Ihe grm .tI
Iis.ilt.u ion at (Ce.dai SprIingsK I rcc h,. d
a ett.-r a1 few weeks age. and1 It satetd
t hat thire' were th .rty-se'ven blind1(
14up1's on the ioll and tht Prof W L.
W4kr had re1( si gned, and Is now pra.c
41e4ng latw in. .S,artanbuiV, at44d that11
\l rs. TPh- mps ~NllIs 11il1ing his 44lace. I
w Ish i be dear' o4d instituti much sucO
M r. HBen. flalf-icre gave the you. g
poophe of ourii commu1init,y at dance a f. w
e've*nnus ago), whIch wase4J j .yed by all.
Mr' Ja'i R d1i is hiving a .vell dug,
which will addI mn t,o the con
ventienc' (It hitl 'ow home44(.
M.llss A nse M e nin, of Md i bln'on, is
vls1n. at Lb r'esidenfce o4 M--. W. D.
Miss Nancy Lominlick Is the guest~ at
Again (he wedding bells have been
rIngIng in our maid-4; this time at t,be
home of the bri's fat,her', Mr. II. C.
Suber, when (In 14as t abath, his8eldest
daughtelr, Miss Lui'a1, wats happily mar
r'Ied mi Mr Er'nest. Oxncr.
To--. 'rIdlai i1.ety w 's a" follows:
Md M dr m O411x11- r with M~ tes aggie
I ri [Ragh Wils.n withI MIss Mamio
M Clarence Sligh with Miss LeclIa
M -. IIl Ipton~ Sense with MIss Bliddle
-l'he.4 cere'mony ' as beautl'uIly ron
tr) h Rev. D) P. lloyd.
Skirts MI trcerized, Oil my I Only
$1 49 10 hiL fC omo quick. New bo ry
-Caxsh S ore. 2t,t&f
Bed( M,preads 11 4, othe'rs have 'em,
wet -ol11 01urs ati 94c N- wherr (Cash
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Sirely 1God Rpecially loves that wo
an to whomn flit has givon t 0180
Nil'itIv trI*V1tons have had the expc.
rienvo o M I '.ae Shan, Nof Nel II
N'ratfoid, N 1i , w o says , * - ie ar
I Iull 1ri1d0 tortur fro (I i 1ho-i lij !
tiosl, hi Kodel i) sNiaait ('ur 11111e ia
Well man'm f mII.. " 1' diL,(ss what, you
e -t Itted i s ia rtair en ' (or dysilepsial
it"d - V.-ey for,1 41 m llwl s'o uth ro lel. It.
ai% V- rli a it o I IV n In tile Worst
("I.I.. kand elain hII-1 bit do xc,t good.
Gld -1r's Dr )rilt Store.
A man ainy likon whisliey straight,
buit a woman is more coneornod
abou(1t a lhat st raaight.
The i mo-1st 8 1t,a1IL, l in't ii_, anld aLa
t.septie 11l i atio . v;-i led is De
Wi, 's WNI I th I aI zeit i.t vo It reli(4e
aLt once antd cuir's piles, .'orvq, VcZO'm1a
amid Sk il isVaIsI , I i.1war0 oaf ititatlions.
( ilder's ('orner )rw st ore.
Tho molo wia y to v-sa po adiverst
eritivitm is to got i self wallewd IsIp.
No moro mortal can pleaso every
It 1Mazzts alit World.
No i1scover% inI midili inmn ever
ereate-d one qatr o,f th xi' xeiilnIlt
Ithaitt I haSi b 'see8n sd hv 1)r. RK111n2's
Now Disco, er.y for C'instimptifin It.'
sev. rest It's's ialeve beel oi n holleless
viet.-ns of ( 'lnsullition, lineumaiaollia,
lilmorri'age, I'll-Irisy and ironchitis,
thosan!ds ol'wh om1 it, la- Is'8tore'td to
perfeet heIalth. Veer (oj'llgs, C'olds,
AS1.hma, I 'r'1tp. ia Fevri, lloare ssies
ain't Whopilg C)-olh it. is Ihe quick
'. stiurest euare in A world. I t is sold
by al0 dru'sts who uratlI e aitiie
.ti or- rvfu l- moniey. l.aare bottles
60c. atndI $1 00 1 ral bttltes free.
The Riser Millinery
Have everything ar
ranged in their new
store, so that they can
serve their customers.
They are selling their
entire stock at and be
low cost in order to
make room for the new
Spring Goods before
the season opens.
. It is a fact that
we are selling
our stock of Art
UISOLUTELVT IT COST!
souvenirs will go
a long way in
our store now.
Pay you to look into
Rua Ssell's mp1)ve ( prol1)01a ic big bo 1)
Sotaon Seed fo" sale. as follows: Iii teni
haushil lots 40c pi'r buIshli, and Iin
smaLler' quanit.ities 50c. per bushel.
L".rty boils saf this cotlson will w ig h a
pound, atsd It wvill third Itself. I hiavi
kept thi' saeed pe fectly purn.
I ORt AN AU I'IlIRaZEDI AGEN I
will he at tile folltowisig pla'
named below for' the p)urpose of tskingi
re&turin'4 of perslonal lpoperty for th.
" Prosperl ly. "i 29t hi & 30'h
aind at Newberry until February 20) h.
a t.otr which timae the latw a.q uures a
penalty of 50 pert cenit to be added.
All not' s anad aaortgatges and m aono.3
are tatxahte, and persoins b~ oCee the
'ages of '21 anad 610 years are liatble to pol
(t.x un5le88ss xemp)t by tow. The lass
pr'ovidesO. aI-o, for an income tax oP
gr'oss inicomsen of 82,500 and upwaards
No Htat etCif of prIoper'ty scut, in wil
bie receivedl unless made on proipra
blank, and swornf to by party mnaking(
All patrties 're requj(ired1 by law t(
elive number of S.-hoal DI)str-et in whicha
they resIde. W. U. CItOMER,
AudItor Nowh'rry ('o . 8
I'dministrator's Sale of
*'U)IJt 'U AN I' 'tl Oi0I.FDIR OF
C.. ouart we willI sel'l at, tbe late resl
d ract of Jact's " . Itu'sseit, deceased, Is
hi' Towni oft newb- rrv, 8. C., on FrI
day, the first day of Ioarei.laay. 1901, thi
per'1sonal praoperUty of saId dtceaseQd cotn
a4Istingy of houssihold and kitchen fur'nl
Tcs'ms of Sale---Cash.
F'ANNIlC R IUSSELLI,
IR I1 RtUSELL,
A dm'x and Ad m'r of .Jacob S. Russel)1,
Land aiid Security Co.
WILLJ IIUV AND REIL
Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of all kinds and
-I eal Estate.
0. B3. MAYER, President.
JNsO. M. KINARID. te0. arid 'f6ro.
TIl l. lXPlAN ATION
of ot wu'te-.-s i) shou sefilv, li 8 In li e
faet iht Iwe IIb, asq. our tt ons Our
M 12' Sh0 s i'e Of ihe. lin. ot and best
l . 11, h olio gh.% t )nit (d and sea
0n1i'd T1The solvs 1re s() tough that
t wil out wear 1 wo IO"d In ary payIrH.
l u p111Itrs, while so fi nd pliable, will
last its long ats Ihe Sol' s
The "118011oso11n" IS iL s a wonder In that
it vomlinIes s 1 al a lit,.% for so lit
tle 1nony. You 111y pav $5.00 but,
i w 1 niot b any better thati the
It -smarit." Try them once and bo
We iive an Immense Stock of
Ladies' Misses' and
li ar Ila-1i Way 11) in) (Iuality but quito
I w in prie.
TI-y 0s oni Shoes
S. J. WOOTEN.
CI&GeSe m or Cos
Linings and Trimmings.
'ho bet iHosiery anid most of it!
'ho )psc autndkrcicift an(d most of
Th1o bes Corsotts and most, of them!
rho best Glove and most of them!
011io and toc 118.
6, & ~S VOIRCO.
Have just re-u
ceived a new lot
A nobby line of
A nobby line of