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Mr. John A. Moroso, it is stated,
is to take charge of the editorial do.
partillont of tiho Grenvulle News.
ol started newspiper work onl tiho
Charleston News and Courior and
from thero wont to' Ntow York whore
he spent soveral years on the ii
daieliks of that city. 1etlith he
has bn 01111plk'ed en the NOw.
Ricmlio'nd, Va.. of which p M
A. . Williams is editsr. atr M:
isa lver writer ad w be
quisition to the iomnl" sm of s h
Carolina. Ie is a 1.a I f ( "i.m i
ton and a s"n M r. :.0 ). I-r
who was o.e of t*. ::.ett reporteI -
the State ever hal. lie w a city e1
itor of the News and (',ntir fI
many years and ltd the iion at
the time of his death. We hear 1tht
Mr. WalInce who has edtited tli
News for the past year will ret 1: n t
( '0 1. ll , . ~ i l I
( 'olumbhia, F-ebruary 1 \. - --Th'ie leg-|
isit'lare closed on SaturtIday mn11011ing
about half pist tenl o'vlock. et Ih
houses were in se-sion oil -ridav t
night unltil three o'clock Saturdbiy
morning but ehild Al ini'I ad a11 i
recess was takenu unt i Sat urd
morning at 1 o'VIock whvn thw fin
ratificntion of acts avits bad.
I was llistakelil il stating that tile
Sc%;Ito had Cut tho pvnsionl aippropri.
ationi down to $1110',100. It should
have lbemden ,1 tml that is the
figure at wvhich it wias finallv ix(l.
but t he 'l.,- 0 to 1 thle pu11.he1
Schools was nut agreed to.
TM Governor hns approved tit
act exemlpting ite gradlats of the
Medical College of (harnilesm ton f-rm
standing an Vxam1iiation lbefore tin'
Stite board of medica exaiine(rS he
fore pract vi fig t I I r professmn.
There wis as much feeling exhibitcl
in this mait.ter as any lithat was bo
foro th present genorall assemblY.
The anti-free pass law has bmiln
ropealed and if approved by the
Governor there will he no law against.
a legislator alccopting i free pass
from a railroad e.:,vpt it be the law
of hi own colscience and tho pro
priot i0s. 1 do not s'o any special
reason for a railroad to give I M111m
b.r of the legislaturoi a froo pass
whlen it would not, givo the malm
peOiron a pass8 50 long as he renmained
at private citizon. W~lhl no one0 will
admit that a legislator would he
bought wvithI a free pass yet if he ac.'
ciepts it 1he is at once uder obliga
tions to tho railr'oadl giving it and lhe
will fool naturally v'ery' kindly to the
road. But the law wais in maniy re
spoets a dead letter anty waLy.
There has been a great deal of po.
litical gossip at this session. In faict
mor*e than1. is usual at the first ses
sion of a term. The resoelutin un-8111
dertalkinlg to con1demn1 Set'ior Me
Lau rin woero political but thle house
refused to conisidler t hem. The course
of Senator Td'im uan was enidorsed.
Inasmuch as hothI these gent lemeni
wont before th peoplo and were
chosen by a majority of the white
voters of South Carolina it seems to
me1 t hat resolutions condemning or
endorsing ar'e not exactly the thing.
Of courso the ('lectioni is by the leg.
islatnre aind I would niot p)rotend( to
say that the legislature did not have
alright to expre'ss itself on the course
of those who hold( its conmission.
But I can 800 nO goodl to h)o acComn
p)lished by such resolutions as were
proposed. In fact if tho resolutions
had boon adopted they wvould have
had ai tendency to strengthen Sena
tor McLaurin becautso the peop)lo, as5
a rule, will revolt at anything that
smacks of persecution.
The candidates for Senator Mc.
Lauri n's seat are aiilreadyl announcing.
Congressman Latimoer, it is said, has
piositively announced1 thait ho would
be in the race anid it is also said that
lhe is Senator Tillman's choice anid
will have his support. Whether or
not this will help his cause very
largely depends. There wvas a time
not a groat many years ago when such
a-1 announcement meant almost cor
tain success for any oflice from sena.
tyr to coroner, but conditions have1
changed very much in this State in
the recent past and the people will
not submit to anything that smacks
of dictation from~ any one, even Till.
man himself. jr'hen State Senator
D. 8. Hienderson, of Aiken, has stated
positively that he would be in the '
race for Senator MecLaurin's :toga.
11v is a strong man, a good speaker
and will mako a very strong compe.
titor for tho pri.e. And it is not
likely that Senator Mol.aurin will
himw lf show the w ite feathor and
)n tiht issu1e wihieh will he asd i'
his entoring the people have not
onv eard, blt it is gvnl con
i ,d Iha t IIhs tim1 the n'aj. O
woi h1 a einst li 10. t :it
i grea,t(tbangOi- ceh take plae
tht It l U ,t, o I re an others
M1 or k8cf Cli. NN ielit3os
1 a)-,oi s. :too"1od his. oall.
V' for iho phiwo id Gov. Me.
x' y0..'I ha bee.n ment toned, t houigh
I I.:.e r.t hoard hlim say whether
. w 1 , ,r vould not enter the
W(.I ho shouh. enter a great
iiany peoplo are of tiho opinion that
I wuIlI bo i stronig endidate.
A good deal hIs also been heard
we about tho rae for Governor
.itl ovral ci vandidates are already
i training. It is antiounceda from
Washington that Congressman W.
I. Talbert would like to round out
ii- political career through the Gov.
1r4r's ofice, and will certainly he in
lhe race. It was stated herO last
Veek that Lientenant Governor
l'illnmn would like to step up higher
till would try his hand in the pri
llniries eext year for the Governor's
>lic. I suppose Mr. Gary anil Mr.
Patterson will try it over again and
lin there is Mr. Whitmau who
m1nst Iot he forgottenl. An10 I sup
>oS there will be several others for
is a long time yet before the vI
ries cloe. Attorney General Bellin
er, it is saitl, will be a candidate for
The crop of candidates in 1902
rmises to be very prolific. There
ire sveral other olices in the State
iouse that aro not likely to go beg.
ring, htiough Ihe discussion of candi
lates for United States Senator and
Tovernor have somewhat kept the
t hers in the background. Then
here are the congressional races. In
ase the districts aro changeil some
allitkions 11 not pI )iult juSt asg
lx pectid. It is going to be a little
liflivult to got a redistricting bill
bhrough for the reason that it will be
hard to got districts to suit all of the
prospoctivo candidates for congress.
As the third district now stands An
1orsonl will have ia cindidtto in the
person of IIon. Geo. E. Princo and I
min told Senator Graydon, of Abbe
i'ille, has ambitions to represent the
lictrict in conigress, andR I suippose
1Nowherry will have one or two can
lioln. Josh. WV. Ashley who wont
homje oni Saturday told me that a
eit izen of Saluda had written him
lihatlie would have a bOX of opossums
for him at Chappolls for the manly
tmd successful light he made for the
flepresontat ive D)ominick was ap.
lpointed( by Speaker Stevenson on
the comimitteo to examine the books
of thle Treasurer and Comptroller
lenieral. Tlhte other member from
the house is Mr. WVest, of Spatan
burg and the sente member is Mr.
Livmngston from Marlboro.
Thme supreme court has roversed1
the decision of Judge Benot in the
Neal case and the ex-superintendent
of the penitentiary will have to gc
oni trial again on the charge of fail
tire to turn over funds to his success
or within thirty days. This is a do.
nided victory for Attorney General
lllinTger. The ease wvill probably
comoni on for trial at the next term oh
coulrt for R1ichlanid County.
I notice some of the papers are
criticizig the legislature for not do
inlg anything. In 1my3 opinion th(
members are rather to, be congratu
lated on that score -for we have toc
much logia.ation any way.
The Governor has appointed the
following as commuissioners to have
charge of tihe erection of the State
b)uilding at thme .Charleston Exposi
tion uInder Ihe act appropriating
$50,000 for the purpose: F. WV.
Wagoner, of Charleston, Capt. Thos.
Wilson, of Williamsburg, Senator
Louis Appelt, of Clarendon, and
Jol. Jno. B. Cleveland, of Spartan.
>urg. The Governor is also a mem
er of the commission.
E. HI. A.
* * the druggist, will refund you
o Ir money if yeu are not atisfied after
iii .g Chamberhln'e Stomach and Liver
L' b ems. They cure disorders of the
t- m ich, biliousness constipallon and
eit d rehe. PrIce, 25 cents. samples
ree, W. E. Pelham,
Exietlior I ttems,
(Our new school bell is up and ring
Our wtIher prophet says we will
some Snow in tairoh.
S. :m, M r. ANl. ounts and ir.
.1 I alet, :i-e attending court at
Nevwberry thi! week.
MI isi )-: NIiller and Bernie
'e, h:ne t, en specndilug a few days
.h NI r. I rry lIartman's family.
I attolitied servioe at Nit. Pilgrim
chuIr"h last Siiday and heard an il
1erestCinig serImon pr0ehed by the
pa.1 sto., Iev. J. A. Slizh. on "Chris
t in llenevolee. M r. Sli;h is an
able preacher, and his people have
a right to feel proud of him.
I learn )ir,..1. 1) Stone hits the eon
tract to paint lIev %. W. ledenbaugh's
new dwelling. Nlr. Stone knows how
to alindle the paint brush, and I be
speak for Nilr. Bedenbaugh a nice job of
I often hear some of our people who
don't [ike a newspapr of any kind -ay
they were surprised to hear this or
that. Now, friends, we are living in a
fast age and 1 tell you if you want to
know what is going oil you nmst read
your county paper. Subscribe for The
Herald and News and keep up with
what is going on in your neighborhood
Sunday was a lovely day for church
going. The weather for the past week
has been tline.
'Ir4. R. C. Counts and wife spent
Sa3turday nlight and Sunday with her
Congressman A. C. Latimer has our
thanks for remembering us with a va
riety of garden seeds.
Mr. B.. L. 'iller's bird dog gave his
little child a painful bite in the face a
few days ago. The dog was not mad.
only out of humor.
So far the grain crops have not been
injured by the cold weather, and are
promising In this community.
There is always danger in using coun
terfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
The original is a safe and certain cure
for piles. It is a soothing and healing
salve f,r sores and all skin diseases.
Gilder's Corner Drug Store.
Mt. Luke'i Notes.
Rev. Z. W1'. Bedenbaugh addressed
the Luther Lengue last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Counts and
daughter, Miss Olive, visited in our
community last Sunday.
Our vaccinated friends are getting
along nicely, though several suffered
Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Wheeler, of Pros
perity, visited Air. R. C. Counts oin last
The Valentine party at Mr. George
Lester's on lust Thursday night was
quite a success. A very large crowd at
Mr. and Mrs. John Boozr, of Lex
ngton, were among our visitors the past
Misses Dora Miller and Bernice Shea
ly, of Slighs, spent last Thursday night
aud Frlday wit,h Miss Ele IawkIns.
Since Little Mountain has been added
to Newberry let us have the news from
Miss Alice Werts spent last week
wit,h her sister, Mrs. Guerard JReden
\t e are anxious to see the teachers
contribute to the column which the edl
tor has so kindly given. We know of
several county papers that have a
teachers' column and the articles are
eagerly read, not only by the teachers
but by the patrons. Let someone make
a start. EULA.
Tot Causes Night Alarm.
''Oneo nIght my t,rother baby was
taken wIth Croup,"' writes Mrs. J. C.
Binder, of ('rittendent, Ky., "it seemed
It wouIld strangle before we could get a
doctor, so we gave It Dr. King's New
D)iscovery, which gave quIck relief and
permanently cuiredl It. We always keep
It in the house to 'protect, our children
from (Croup and Whoopinig 01ugh. It
oturedl me1 of a chronic bronchial trouble
that no other remedy would relelve.''
Infalllble for Coughs, Colds, Throat.
and Lung troubles. 50Oe andl $1.00. TrIal
bt)tLle free at all druggists.
I f I[should chance to fall below any
of tihe writers don't view tme with a crit
ies eye but pass my Imperfections by.
Mr. Allen Griflit,h, of Lexington
County, Is visiting relatives in this
Miss Sallie Pugh Is visIting friende
and relatives In Lexington county.
P'rof. Singley Is teaching a music
class at Mr. I. J. Lowmans.
Mr. Ray, the well fixture man hasn't
sold but one of his fixtures In this com
Lottg Bros. are kept quite busy sawing
R1ev. 8. T. Hlilman has resigned as
pastor of Mt. Olivet church.
Rev. WV. 8. B. Ford will assist Rev.
A. MoA. Pittmtan in the ordination
services at Bethel on the second Sun
day In March.
A negro entered Mr. 8. W. Wes
singers meat, house last. Saturday and
stole three ml ldlings and a ham of
meat,. Mr. Wessinger took out a
search warrant and now has negro and
Feb. 13, 1901.
A 4onnvlnclog Answer.
"I hobbled into Bllackmon's drug
store one evening." says Wesley Nel
son, of Hamilton, Ga., "and he asked
me to try ChamberlaIn's Pain Balm for
rheumatism with which I had suffered
for a long time. I told him I had no:
faith in any medicine as they all failed.
He saId: 'Well if Chamberlain's Pain
Balm does not help you, you need not
pay for It.' I took a bottle of It home
and used it according to the directIons
and in one week I was cured, and have
n'ot since been troubfed with rhouma
t em." Sold by W.10.. Pelhiam.
(1103an11In1g# Arout,ti About Timothy Creek
Farmers have started to plow, but, the
land Is rather wet.
Mr. lerloy Cromler lost his fino bird
(dog Tluesd:y. Thim is three bird dog-v
dh'd itn our commnittly recent ly. NI r.
N\ illie loo.r l1st a fiIe Onv, ind Nir.
l1,n Cook also lost one(.
Mr. Chesloy 111utnter has built at iew
ni'glo holuS 01,n li plave recently.
i . 1 luke N icliols has covered one of
his nogro holuses and pit up several
otlie' buildings \% lielh add greatly to
the looks of the old Cureton house.
Mr. Press George has put himi up
some new stables.
Nir,. Samps Nichols hits ordered ia lot,
of Cbbage plants and sold themll out,
atid seVeral famlilies will Soon1 have
caLbage in their gardens.
Mlr. John Cook Is erecting a new
dwelling hou- o ott the other side of the
creek. Almost any way we turn the
eye, a new building of some kind meets
Itr. John Cousins, with an eye to the
improvement of his place, came down
la4t Thursday with a lond of fruit trees
and set them out.
Nl r. Arthur Niclhols has treated him
:"elf to it new buggy. Azk the izirIs
Mlr. Clarene Domfiiek will soon
tmove near NI rs Hlainnah 1.ester's.
W hear of several young umIn. who
went to see their best girls last Sa*tr
day tiight atid did not 'et back until
Mondiay tiornll'-7. I -- 11e-Z th I -Il 1k
114tt bol her them. S.
A Duel)p Alystery.
It i-z a mystlery. why wom-n endure
lack:ienie, Il edaehe. Nervousnes.sa,
Sleeplessne-.s, Melancholy, Fainting
and Dizzy Sp-lis When thouisauds have
pr,ve<d that Elvetrie hitters will
quickly cure such trouoles. '"I stlert-d
fo- years wit hI kidney trouble,'" writes
Mrs Plhete Cherley, of Peterzon, lI..
".and it lame back palined mle so I Could
not dress myself, but Electric Hitter
wholly cured me, and, although 73
years old, I now am able to do all my
houtsework." It overcomes Constipa
tiotn, Improves A ppetite, gives perfect
health. Only 50e at all druggists.
We were so delighted to see the sun
once more last Sunday.
Very sorry to learn that Mrs. Sum
mer is worse.
Mrs. Katie Grillin is very ill at pres
cut with heart trouble.
Messrs. Walter lNhardt, and Willie
Fellers, also Master Johnnie, rcturned
last Thursday from their extended trip
in Fairileld County. We are glad to
have you back in old Newberry, and
hope you had a pletisant stay.
Miss Lillie Norris, of Long Run,
S. C., has been visiting Aliss Kitie
Mi,. Johnnie McCullough has pur
ebased the home place lately vacated
by Mr. J. P. Cook, and is making it his
Mr. L. A Hawkins gave a zonophone
entertainmett at the Johnstone school
house last, Friday night. Owing to the
inclemency of the weather the crowd
was limited Those present report a
very pleasatnt time.
I wish to thank "Occasional" for the
kind interest tendered to me, and
can assure him that it is reciprocated
Fe b. 12, 1901.
She Didn't Wear a MaNk.
But hter beauty was completely hid
den by sores, blotches and p)limples till
she used Bucklen's Arniea Salve. Thetn
tntey vanishedl as will all Eruptions,
Fever Hores, Hoils, Ulcers, Cartunteles
atid Felons fr.,m its use. Infatllible for'
(Juts Corns, Burns. Healds atnd Piles.
Cure guarianteedl. 25u at all druggists.
Remaining int the postoffice at, New
beirry, S C., for the week ending Feb.
B-L A Black, Marlah B3eaty, Fannie
it yd Dicy B3pies. J V Barrilnger, Jr.
C-J S Chappell, Mrs .J P Cook, Elor
Cooper, George Collins, J A Cope, Daisy
Catldwvell, Lewiis Crutmp, Sarah ColTin,
Warren Cannon, Ida Clamp, J B Con
[D-T W Diavis, Robert Da.vis, Wm
D)ouglas, Mattie Ducker.
C-Mary C Gtasgow, Mary Gadson,
R L Garrett.
J-Joe Jakson, care of Singer Mf'g
Co., Ida Johnson, Vina Jobhnst,one, Mrs
L-Mrs Anna E Livingston, Crecy
Longshore, Burr Lyles.
M-Pallas Mathess, Ellen Mast, 8 A
Rl-Forest Riser', Sue Riser, Howard
ButT, care of JeY Galnman, LizzIe Rnft.
S-Claude C Schumpert, Lula Shep
pard, Nettle Sligh, Sarah Sims, Perdita
Suba, Mad Stroust, care of IDdd le Subor,
Mrs Nuha McKay Siak (2).
T---W M Thomas, Lula Todd.
WV-F N Wakeflold, Lusinda Wil
liams, J W WVatte, Lula 13 W~erts.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say they were advertiseed.
-WM. Y. FAIR,
Feb. 13, 0901. Postmaster.
The claim of otber cough medIcInes
to he ats goo)d as Chamberiain'sa are'
effectually set rest in tho following tes
timonial of Mr. C. D3. Glass, an em
ploye of Batrtlott & Dennis Co , Gardi
ner, Me. lie says: "I had kept add
ing to a cold and cough in the winter
of!1897, trying every cough medicine I
heard of without permanent help, un'ill
one (lay I was in the drug store of Mr.
Hloulehan and he advised me to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and of
fered to pay back my money If
I was not cured. My lungs ad
bronobial tubes were very sore at
this time, but I was completely
cured by this remedy, and have since
always turned to it when I got a cold,
and soon-find relief. I also recommend
it to my friends and am glad to say it
is the best of all cough medicines." For
sale by W. 1:. ka n,am.
Come In out of the
And we will make you
comfortable, not only
while in our store, but
on your way home, and
after you get there.
Just TInk of It!
all these comfortable
goods going for a mere
1MenI 11ack1intOsh Cap COts 980.;
Boys' 8e.: Men's $5 00 Ovevoalts $31 45,
and finer onvs at i itle m1ore than11
half prico. Very best all-wool Bilankets
10-4 at. $2 90, i I at, C3.75.
Well, as to Capes and
Jackets, if we charged
any less we would be
giving them away.
Men's Underwear and
many. other goods at
YouI-s for business,
S. J. Wooteoi
Linings and Trimmin)gs.
Tho best Hosiery and most of it!
The best t1andkivrchiefN and most of
Tbo best Corsots and mnost of them!
The best G loves and( most of them!
Comio and soo us.
0.0 Id 9061 I .
Every man, lady and
boy shoulId have. a oodnt
CimeGiec. Mover Cod
Trin i('t or nudst and ite
will put hdecif good mor-o
The ls o hae an 9s,o nie
line betou n nso hm
Wear -anid eess.
A. &. Gis. 1WOY(aEAmiRaOr,
&c,Efviy lman, decased,
tietiee. Cm n
by ORit of us as eR haeE
a n lawrg l selecati.lcatin
Cour youwsatchy,i Maclockx
bring itotose andlto hc wieal
ill pueTow itle in good Cor-t
anWSae asoeav cnanicOe
line morfo es onddbdso
Jeev.Nta ly, Silvey rgh
he-h Jftewrcemeyrt b
A.lv m.Gbonthse, a Anteristror a
ofca., to bey Gecured nb bodeofathe
puroochar and othaes efepremi
esld ih elavet pubcarto pa
sto ir the promtide and assbign
poytha rouasude and ltowhcVyallt
pian diod semps and psess,Jy
and Stte aridotainnge N.C
Acebrery , bondd0y1.t o
an ters, uon WhfllowLngotermd
toaed w rit:b euie o ne
Onndesalis ther cas ont
aid decash, balanc e aonmy credie in
th nof Nt eberdry ond of hefr
the sold,enth lave o Marchae 19o1 ad
allhe credtr of Id ceas Pucae
sereb toined frh prosecutan ahign
playimstamcps and persroe.
Mabsury O0i, Fb. 891
A WILL AND SIGL THE LOWEST
troth rs a1ote Wilam , Februaryd
(e2, 10r. Reytresered to eer
>rall thbcios of M.l SCHUPedrT,
heeb enjoi ennm pros ...tin t e
Jaunileson s NE
The desiro to look well is universil,
and the mnan who can furnish raiment
that lonks dressy and wears Is the
Clohier to t lie people. We have triied
to fill this requirement, and lave taken
the flattering unction to ourselves that
we have succeeded.
Thuis week we have a few ipecials we
wunt to tell you about.
It won't hurt to call your attention to
those "Iron Clad" Pants at 54 cents.
They have welt seams and the only
trouble is that they wear so well that
the satme person does not buy ofton.
You that have bought, tell your friends
ON OUR "J013" COUNTE'R we have
a little lot of odd suits, pants and coats;
if you can get. your size you can buy at
ored Clothing for Men,
great reduction. This
garment in stock.
We got in, the other <
to-date Shirts; more
worth your inspection.
In both of our Show-i
of the very latest creat
As you pass just look
and see the array of
and middld aged. Q
and at prices that are
gain at 75 cents. A
saw the same hat marl<
a city hat store.
At the close of the wi
return my thanks forti
extended to the "CornE
hope to merit a contint
this end I leave for the
few days, and I assure
shall adhere tothe prini
for Newberrians." I i
new goods later.
We unfurled our banner nineteen
we havo retained the patronage of a
though many efforts were made to
samne instances the miraculous offers
only to return to us to trade and to r
added daily. To each and all we es
and patronage that has been givenum
Our First Consider
by giving them value for what they
aim has been to follow none, but to Il
than a comparison of our goods and
in this town, and we feel confident th
We propose to make it even more pr<
his year than we ever did before,
Our Word is Our Bond
Money. A Fair anc
'That's our promise (luring the entire
new goods. We start the new centur
The Fair and
P rice, your door, $12.50
Guaranteed and for sal
Naional Eank of Newlierry, S C
(ESTABLISHED IN I871.)
Capital-- -- ---$150,000.00
Surplus and Profits - 96,865.88
General banking business transacted
with promptne. Special attention to
collections. Correspondence solicited.
Deposits allowed interest at theo rate
of 4 per cent per annum from date of
deposit.., Interest payable January 1st
and July 1st of each year.
M. A. CARLISLE, Prest.
T. f. DUNCA N- (ashier.
.J. W. M. S3IMMQNS, Aest. C'r .
us to Buyers!
Don't hug the delusion that mer
ehants sull for less I han cost without a
reason. Our reason for selling a fine
Indies' shoe at $1 19 that cost us $2.25 Is
that the sizes are broken and the styles
a little "off." We bought them right
low at $2.25 and it Is just like findlug
m1o101ey to get ,bem for $1.19.
M I;N'S SHO EIS AT $1 90.
Thetze are Shises we have sold at $3 50
to $5.00. Some of them cost $4 00.
They are neat atl st,ylh--.Blacks and
Tans-a rare bargain.
We found we had more of those $1.50
Shoes for' Wonin t.han we thought,
and in oreer to imake room, cut thorn
to $1.08. They are dependable foot
wear, comfortable and well-fitting, laco
and button, opera ti), all sizes.
A lot of those Lilly Bracket Shoes
came in the other day. They are good
honest Shoes and prices rock-bottom.
Wo are cisplaying an eye-otener
bargain in an Intian, Smlth & Co. Satin
Calf Shoe at $1.33; we sold them at
$1.65, and they wore cheap at that; but
they must go to mako room.
During the next 30
days we sell all col
Boys and Children at a
includes every colored
lay, a lot of nobby up
coming, but these are
.ases we have a dispI ay
ions in -Neckwear.
in the corner window
Hats for old, young
ooft Hats, Stiff Hats,
away down, one bar
customer told us he
:ed "cheap at $1 .50" in
nter season I desire to
ie generous patronage
r Store" in the past, and
iance in the future. To
Northern markets in a
you in advance that I
:iple, nothing too "good
mill tell you about the
At Old Corner.
r'ears ago, and through all these years
great many of our first customers, al
induce them to trade elsewhere. In
of competitors drawv them from us
smain with us. Many customers are
tend our thanks for the many favors
ation is Our Trade,
pay. From the very beginning our
3ad them all, and we ask nothing more
prices with those of any other house
at to trade with us means a saving of
>fitable to you to trade with us during
and experience has taught you that
More Goods for Less
l Square Deal to All.
year of 1901. Every train brings in
y with a vim, and as always, we intend
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAO
EI. 0. BEIA TiE, Receiver.
nietwoen Anderson antd Waihalla.
No. 19- Stations. No. I'
Ar 10 40 am.......Denver.......Lv 6pi
A r 1t0 18 am..Uherry's Crossing.. ,4 23 pm
ArlO 07 am...A dams' Oo,sin.Lv 4 29 pmn
ArO949 am ~......eneca......, Lv 447pm
Ar0925 am.....West Union .....LvBIpm
A 9 0a..,...Walhalla......Lv 57pm
A.M, Lv' . MAr
Conneoti ns at &neoa wt'hSu r nt nt
A t Anoerson witth RA Railway Nos ,i11 and .9
Maocintesh Cape CIoat8s Men's 98o.
Boys' 8., at Wooten's. Ut,