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Ights of Pythias,
Cle tle) .E z%11,
wberry Lodge No. 75.
'A'TED CONVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
th Tuosday nights of each month
Visiting Kniits cordially
ed. THO08. E. EPTING,
K. of R. and S.
twell Hotel Building.
rrected every Tuesday and Friday
2.................. ......... 84@ c.
...... . ....... . 12@14c.
Lard .............. ........... W@ilio.
"Molasses, now crop...... 0.
l ..... .................. 85c.
............... ................. $1.00
eat Bran........................ $ 1.25.
atent Flour--.............. $4.75.
Best Flour............... 4.25
'it Flour................. 04.00,
-a r .................,o..... .........* 51@ c.
r.......... ..................... 6@ 81c.
eeo .......................... . c.
n seed meal, per sack... 1.15.
ter, per lb ..................... 15@ 20c.
s, per dozen ............ .22c.
okons, each.................... 16(a)25o.
an, per bushel............. . 80.
ot potatoos ................ 50"60c.
keys, por lb ...............6@ 8C.
s, per bu9hel................. 80c.
We Nood Money.
e hope our subscribers and those
0 owe us on other accounts will not
get to call at the oflice and settle.
ton is coming in and it will take a
small part of a bale of cotton to
your subscription and we beg you
member this small matter. In
-cases we have been waiting long
-11 red cow with one horn off,
cow giving milk, has strayed
1 premlqes next to H. E. Todd's
turn store. With information as
b0abouts apply to Mrs. A. W.
AIET-'- -At The Newberry Hotel
eys-d chickens. it
Itysters all the time, at R. J.
estaurant. t&f tf.
prices are the best yet
AMoney to Loan.
01104rs time at 7 per cent interest,
4,y first mort-gage on improved
[t & Hunter, Attorneys.
- t 7 Per Uent. Per Anuum.
, dersiigod will loan $600 for
7 per cent. per annum, inter
November 1st. of each year.
ist be strictly first-class.
ST. 0. K1,.T9TERt.,
luberl Lumberil for Sale.
ound Roughedge at 10c per
Square Lumber at 50c. We
epre to fill bills on short
LONG & HIAVIRtD,
Silver S3treet J. C.
- ons having business with the
Superintendent of Education
ese call at his ofilce on Mondays
turdays, as those are his offie
iEug. S. Werts, Sup't. tf
agood, square meal, go to Bob
e9 restaurant, near the post
* t&f tf.
8. 3. Wooteen's new ad. Its
'rading arid investigating, tf
* The Bachelor Maid.
10 Bachelor Maids Club will meet
fiernoon at 4 o'clock at the resl
of Mr. Gee. S. Mower.
=>Miss Lucy McCaughrin, Pree.
1$s Elizabeth Dominick, See'y.
TinI Continue Until Further Notlee.
nether column Mr. 0. M. Jamie
unces th at the cost sale, which
en conducting for the past
-will continue until fnrther
r this cost sale Mr. Jamic
swapping dollars and it
call in and see his stook
He does what he ad
Is ad vertising a cost
ty Pension Board.
ension Board will meet
in the County Supervisor's
the 3d Monday, 20th day of
-y, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m. Thot e
ore put on t.he roll last year will
nave to apply again. Let the ap
--ts go to Mr. John C. Goggans for
ation blanks. I hope every mem.
he board will be yresent.
W. G. Peterson,
irman Co. Pension Board.
and Itching Unumore through
-Vest. Nothing to try it,
(Botanic Bloo)d Balm) is
ed as a certain and sure
a, Itching Skin, Humors,
Watery Blisters, Pim
nes or Joints, Boils,
lng Pain in the Skin,
U ulcers, 'etc. Bo
rifying and vital
thereby giving a
pply to the skin.
aIm Ia the only cure,
for these awful, annoy
es. Other remedies may
. B. B. actually cures,
ore, and gives the rich
h to the skin, B.,B.B.
broken-down body and
d red and nourishing.
untuary testimo,tali of
o Blood flalm (tl. B. B3.)
Trial. tricatment fre
writing Blood .h im
Ga. Describe trouble
inal avice gien unti
VARIOUS AND ALL AISOUT.
Next Monday will be ealuday.
TJ'he James D. Nance Camp will meet
The city Council will elect Subor
dinate oflicers tonight.
A Happy New Year to all is the
wish of The Herald and News.
Emancipation day will not be cele
brated in Newberry on the lst.
Today is the last day for paying
town taxes without the penalty.
The Schools of the city will resume
their work on Thursday, January 2nd,
Rev. W. L. Seabrook, the now Luth
eran Pastor is expected to arrive
Mr. B. F. Griflin and son E. A. Grif
fin, has purchased the stock of mer
chandise from M. L. Spearm and Co.,
and will continue the business at the
Mr. R. Y. Leavell hac associated
with him in business his son, Mr. Rt.
E. Leavell, and they will continue bus
iness at the old stand. We wish the
new firm an abundant success.
Prof. Geo. B. Cromer of Newberry
college, is one of the democratic and
braiuy college presidents. Ills scholar
ship and ability is becoming more
generally recognized each year.-The
Mr. W. P. Crumpton, who has been
in Newberry for the past few years
working at the blacksmith business
with Mr. S. K.Bouknight,has decided to
locate in Prosperity and run a shop on
his own hook. He is a No. 1 workman
and will do a first-class blacksmith
business. Mr. Crumpton will move to
We have been requested to ask the
taxpayers or the city to come forward
and pay their town taxes. There has
been no extension of the time for the
payment of taxes and the city needs the
money with which to pay its debts. To
day, Tuesday, is absolutely the.last day
So pay up and avoid the penalty.
Mr. Julian Kinard, of Augusta, was
over last week on a visit to his parents.
Miss Laura Sloope, of Hickory, N. C.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. J. Pree
Mr. Dan P. Davis, of Chester, spent
Christmas week in &ewberry with his
Mr. H. A. Copelaud went to Clinton
Sunday to spend a few days with his
Mr. J. U. M. Kinard, of The Ob
server, spent Christmas day in Augusta
with .his daughter, Mrs. McNeill.
Mr. J. D. Copeland, Jr., of Bamberg,
spent several days in the city last
week with his uncle, Maj. D. L. Cope
Prof. E. S. Werts, of Memphis, Tenn.,
who has been pn a visit to relatives
and friends here, left yesterday for
Mr. G. P. Boulware, who has been in
Florida for the past few years, is at
home on a visit to his relatives and
frinds. lHe is pleased with the "Land
of Flowers," and will return there in a
Wanta to Die In His Old southern Home.
In Somerset, Pulaski County, Ken
tucky, is an old negro, an ex-slave, by
the name of Harvey Pratt, who wants
to know if his former master was of the
same family as the Pratts who live in
New berry. His old mistress was Dolly
Nance before her marriage to Thomas
H. Pratt. When the war broke out
Har vey went tothe army to wait upon his
master, Major James M. Baxter of the
third regiment, from Newberry. Hav
ing served through the entire war, he
wants to die and be buried in his old
Southern home, and would like, if any
of the family of his master are still liv
ing in Newberry, for them to commu
nicate with him at Somerset, Ky. HIe
communicated with the ladies at the
Charleston Exposition, wanting them
to bring him to the Exposition and his
letter was turned over to us by them.
He wants to get in touch with the fain
ily of his master in Newberry.
Dr. Nance in Charleaton.
Dr. 3. W. Nance, a prominent phy
sician, and Mr. J. 11. Newman, a pros
perous and well-to-do business man, of
Fort White, Fla., are in the city, reg
istered at the Hotel Calhoun. The vis
itors from the land of the sweet mag
nolia and the country of sunshine,
fruits and flowers are in Charleston
purely in search of pleasure and recre
ation. Dr. Nance took it into his head
that he wanted to see the Exposition
and the city about which he had heard
a great deal. Hie turned over his pa
tients to another doctor for a few days
and together with his friend, Mr. New..
mane who left his business in trust
worthy hands, boarded a train at Fort
White and reached South Carolina in
time to spend Christmas Day. Both
the physician and the merchant stated
yesterday that they were thoroughly
delighted with their trip. It is safe t,o
predict that they will have no unkind
remarks to make about the town when
they go back home.--News and Cou
She Didn't Wear a Mask
But her beauty was completely hid
den by sores, blotches and pimp lee till
she used Buckien's Arnica Salve. Then
they vanished as will all Eruptions,
Fever Soree, Boils, Ulcers, Carbuncles
and Felons from iti usoe. Infallible for
CuztA Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles
Cure guaranteed. 25o at all druggia,ts.
Smith Bros.' Roller Mills, at Kinards,
8. C., will grind on Fridays and Satur
days of each wenee. t at 1Ot
TiIE FC&TERNAL OIm)UE:v.
These Who Will Horve Them for the Next
Most of the secret orders of the city
have bold their annual election of
0111cers for the ensuing year, and below
18 published a list of all we have been
able to obtain:
Worshipful Master-Otto Klettner.
Senior Warden--W. E. Pelham.
Junior Warden-Geo. S. Mower.
Treasurer-L. M. Speers.
Secretary-J. H. M. Kinard.
Senior Dem>.,n-J. E. Renwick.
Junior Deacon-I. H. Hunt.
Stewarts - J. W. Earhardt.
'. 0. Stewart.
Tyler-W. S. Mann.
The above officers were installed into
office on last Friday night, an account
of which appears in another column.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
The annual election of oficers for
Bergel Tribe, No. 24, Improved Order
of Red Men, was hold on last Thursday
night, and resulted as follows:
Sachem-Eugene S. Worts.
Senior Sagainore-R. L. Lewie.
Junior Saganore--Dr. Van Smith.
Prophet--Cole L. Bloasc.
Chief of Records-F. U. Campson.
Assistant Chief of Records-W. S.
Keeper of Wainpum-J. H. Hair.
Trustees-J. W. Earhardt, Dr. Van
Smith and J. I . Hair.
Represontatives to Grand Council
S. G. Carter and J. W. Melton.
Alternates-C. L. Blease and Otto
Mr. Worto, the Sachem-elect, has ap
pointed the following appointive officers
1st Sannap-Hosea Landford.
2nd Sanuap-Jno. W. Earhardt.
Guard of Wigwam-Ira Taylor.
Guard of Forest-Luther Williams.
1st, Warrior-Joe Senn.
2nd Warrior-Neil Campbell.
2rd Warrior-Reuben Boozer.
4th Warrior-Clarence Pitts.
let Brave-Oswald Copeland.
2nd Brave-Jno. Foster.
3rd Brave-Geo. Martin.
4th Brave-Sam Kinard.
Pow Wows-W. A. 11111, BubBoozer.
INDEPENDENT OREER ODD FELLOWS.
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, Independent
Order Odd Fellers, held their annual
election of officers on last Friday night,
electing the following offlicers, who
will be installed next Friday night:
Noble Grand-W. M. Thomas.
Vice-Grand-Cole. L. Blease.
Secretary-R. J. Brown.
Financial Secretary-J. G. Jones.
M'CAUGIIRIN REBECCA LODGE.
The following officbrs of the Mc
Caughrin Rebecca Lodge, No. 9, In
dependent Order Odd Fellers have been
elected and will be installed on next
Noble Grand-Mrs. Daisy Brown.
Vice-Grand-Miss Ida Turnipseed.
Secretary-Miss Maggie Hutchinson.
Treasurer-Miss Hattie Vaughn.
December 18th, 1901, by Rev. R. C
Ligon, at Trinity Mf. E. Chnrch, Mr.
Jacob Hunt and Miss Iva Senn-all of
At the residence of the bride's father,
Mr. 3. bs Boozer,.Decemnber 26th, 1901,
by Rev. R. C. Ligon, Mr. K. H. Bonn
and Miss Alma Boozer-both of New
berry county, S. C.
R1ev. E. T. Adams to Wed.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kirby authorized
the formal announcement today of the
engagement and approaching marriage
of their daughter, Bessie Jean to, Rev.
E. Tarrant Adams, of Norfolk, Va., the
wedding to take place at the family
home on Russell street on New Year 's
Day, at 8 o'clock in the evening. It
will be celebrated in the presence only
of a limited number of guests, and all of
the appointments though elegant, will
be marked by the simplicity which Is
characteristic of the taste of the bride.
Miss Kirby will be given awayr by her
father, and her sister, Mrs. Lula Kir by
ParrIsh, will serve as matron of honor.
The bride and groom will go at once to
their new home at Rock Hill, B. C.
This marriage will be one of much
interest. The. bride is a lovely and
popular young woman, who by her
sunny disposition and magnetic fasci
nation of manner will be an attractive
acquisition to whatever field of work
her husband may be called. She is
gifted with unusual musical talent
which has been cultured to a high de
gree, and socially is one of the most
popular young women in Nashville.
The groom graduated last June from
the Theological Department of Vander;
bilt University, and has since joined
the South Carolina conference, and is
now holding a responsible charge at
Rook Hill, S.' C., being p.stor ofrthe
Laurel street church. He is a- native
of Virginia, where his family name
has been prominent in the affairs of the
State and church for generations.
The above is taken from a Nashville
paper and has been handed us by a
friend of Rev. Adams, he having many
numbered among the citizens of New
berry, having served the O'Neall street
oburch last year.
Old Soldier's Elxpertenee.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time in spite of good
doctor's treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Life PIlls,
which worked wonders for her health."
They always dto. Try them. Only 25c
at all dIruggists.
Meals served in-good style, the very
best the market affords at R.3. Mil
I er',, restaurant, near postomfie. t &f tf.
1omutIful enud Impressive Ceremonies Fol
lowed by n Mi.-it I)Alghtful Supper.
Mr. Editor:-It was our privilege to
be present and wituess the beautiful
installation of the newly elected ofilcoro
of Amity Lodge, No. 87 of Order of
A. F. M., on the evening of the 27th.
Nearly fifty members were present.
Brother McHutchison who has pro.
sided over the lodge for the past twelve
months with ease and grace as Wor
shipful Master, oponed the lodge in
due form, after which Bro. A. C. Jones,
Past Master, installed our new Wor
shipful Master, Bro. Otto Klottner
the honorable mayor of our city.
Capt. A. P. Pifer was the efficient
master of ceremonios in conducting the
brethren-elect to their different, sta
tione about the lodge.
It has been our privilege to attend a
number of lodges, but this one is most
fortunate in its selection of oflicers to
serve the ensuing year. It goes with
out saying that Bro. Otto Klottnor is
one of the brightest Masons in ou'
order. lie is one of the most generous
hearted men I have ever known, and
his brethren not only admire, but love
him, because of the noble traits which
characterizis him in all his dealings
with his fellow-men.
After being inducted into his ofico
his office as Worshipful Master he pro
ceeded to install the others, in a beauti
ful and impressive way.
The Senior Warden-elect, is Dr. W. E.
Pelham, who is woll up on the duties
of a Mason, and 18 hilly conversant with
his duty and ceremony as Senior
The Junior Warden-elect is the lion.
G. S. Mower,who has but recently taken
the solemn and binding obligations of
a Master Warden, but has made such
rapid profloney in the work that his
brethren have unanimously chosen
him as their Junior Warden, and we
all look with pride and pleasure upon
him as one of the brethren who will
make his way to the highest positions
in the Masonic realms, and at no dis
It is needless to speak of the Secre
tary, for everybody knows the sturdy
and true J. H. M. Kinard. He can be
Secretary as long as be lives.
Nor is it necessary to eulogIlze our
Treasuror-for everybody knows I,e
land X. Speers-a man among men,
against whom none can justly have
ought. Long may he live to manage
the finances of Amity, No. 87.
The other brethren in oflice are
young men of high moral character
and are all bright Masons, and are des
tined to fill positions of honor above
those they now hold. They are J. E.
Renwick, I. Pl. Hunt, J. W. Earhardt,
T. 0. Stewart; and last but not least, in
importance, is one "who is next to the
best looking Mason" in town-our
efficient Tyler, W. S. Mann. Under
his vigilant eye the door from without
is guarded, and everything within is as
neat as a pin. None can excell him in
I would like to speak of all the ofil
cea who presided over the lodge in
their respective places last year, but
suflice it to say that all retire with the
"well done" from their brethren.
Mr. Editor, indulge me for a few mo
ments. I must tell of the thing that
struck my fancy. After the lodge was
closed, we were all invited by our
W. M. around toe Bro. R. J. Miller's
where a sumptuous repast had been
arranged for by Bros. Kiettner, Pel
ham and Mower, consisting of oysters
in abundance, coffee, crackers, celery,
turkey and fine cigars, for all who
would like to smoke after meals. My,
such a supper! To know that lire. Bob
prepared it is a guarrantee that it was
all that could be asked for. I have not
heard from any of the brethren this
morning, but I suppose they still sur
vive as I have not heard of the need
of any undertaker as yet. As for my
self, I rested comfortably during the
night and am ready for another in
stallation after the same fashion.
May we continue to be bound 10
gether by still stronger ties. So mote
it be. One of the Craft..
Observer please copy.
'Winter IEomes In 3unmer Land."
Is the title of a very neat and attrac
tive folder just issued by the Southern
railway giving complete information
regarding the various Winter Rtesorts
of health and pleasure on and reached
by its lines, with Yates of board, capa
cit,y of hotels, names of p)roprietors, &c.
This booklet is in a very concise and
attractive form and will prove valua
ble to any one contemplating a trip for
A copy may he had by sending a two
cent postage stamp to
W. H. Taylce, A. P. A.,
IOU CNT DO
There are all kinds of men in the P
tor that has attracted our attention reo
fully tries to dissatisfy customers that h
ing themn they have'been swindled, etc.
get out to work, put in the time they wi
customers, and perhaps they could sell
The class of people who buy the ST.
earth, and their minds are not to be oha
STIEFF" PIANOS are the very fine
world on merit alone. It's the old relia
when anyone tells you he can furnish ac
remember you have heard "Ghost stork
Write today and get Fact.ry prices
big protits made by the dealer.
Piano Manufacturer, Baltimore, I
Waroroom., 218 N. Tryem RL. Charlotta,
LACK OF KNOWLEDGE.
of ien % ho I tr eyot to 0Xpel ietoo the t1iai
of Idlot ilvilood hou id po t thatauelvo and
reason W ith 1 n1 t b1.11 a Intll i dc. Tbeoriev
baaed upoti the codition.4 hat surroundvi
our gryaidnithers or of tho lowrt auitiml
ingdoin, shoul not U advaeed-s puro
w u At at I%C ). l eoral I lid elvillattoi I.frs
dat igod your modo r f livig dress And
1101migh t. The 1110de ciat oe . .I a Ilot suf
tr, yet ie surely will If IlAitat I loft alon
to I,nI!d th e fetls and Ive ducce-ifil issuo
of the livi cild. Alother's Friend is a
motening an relaxing liniment, for exter
nal use saoitly after a wonan finds her
self pregnant, or an sooa s fullniess and
dise0oifort withi morni.K sickiiets fit evident
It relieves the excruciating paiu occSionled
b,y the st rain
of the abdu
inl i -I it I tit us
cCeAa. A bottle
d it ur, .s t.
Our book " Motherhood" is mailed free.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
NOTICE 1-4 11] l:I 81Y GIVEN
that the 'Town CIouncil will hold
all eleCtion onl Tuesday, Dcember 31st,
1901, at. 7.30 o'clock p. in., for the fol
Clerk and Treasurer at a salary of $50
City Attorney at a salary of $100 per
Chief of Police ata salary of S60 per
Three Pollcemnen at $35 per mo0th
One Street Overseer at a salary of
$3: per month.
Lamplighter and Janitor at a salary
of $20 per mnonth.
Applihaton nust bn In handwriting
of applical , 'pt It -t ' the Lai).
lighter and Janitor. ant handed to the
Clerk of the Town Council by 7 o'clock
t-he evening of the leetillT. Appllca
tions will be cousidored from each ap
plicant for one posillon telmly. For any
firther Information apply to the Clrk
W. S. LANGPOR),
4. & T. 1. C. N.
December 23, 1901.
W~I11T 18 NICERil
IN A FAMILY THAN
WE SELL THEM.
A nice Razor makes a
good present for your
young man friend.
All smokers enjoy a
good Cigar. We have
a nice line of Standard
brands which would
'make a nice present.
Full line of Drugs and
Prescriptions f illie d
with fresh Drugs.
Call and see us.
We Bell Wiley's Candies.
IMPROVEl TLIROUWH SERVICE
'TO AND VIA
Coipcto Diig Car Sorvicoa
For details see Agent Southern Rail
MAKES THE BREAD
THAT MAKES THE MAN
Lano business, but the meanest competi
ently, is the man who sets to and wil
ve already bought fine Pianos, by tell
We would advise such men as this to
bste in such work as this in hunting new
Piano once in a while.
EFF PIANOS are the best people on
nged by every little wind that blows.
It PIanos m a'Jo, an dare sold all over tile
ble STI~FF" PIANO all the time, and
mething as good for less money-jusat
on t.he' STIEFF PIANO and save the
ed., North and South Carolina Biranch
UNTIL FIRTHER NOTICE!
IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN
COME TO US.
0. M. JA1IEON
The Head to Foot Olothier.
prcs lCVERY REDUCED!
'e are offering our entire stock at reduced
prices, but in some departments we are almost
giving the goods away. This is not mere talk,
but business strictly. Come and see.
Ladies' Jaeketa worth $2.00 now 00.
s 43.00 " $1.50
" " 4.00 " 2.00
" " " 5.00 2.50
s " 4 7.50 " 8.75
"i " " 10.00 " 5.00
Ladies' Capes reduced in the same proportions.
Men's Overcoats worth $13.50 now $3.30
"" 12.50 " 7.50
"" 10.00 " 6.50
8.00 " 5.0
Men's McIntosh Cape Coats at just half price.
Rubber Shoes at half price.
All Winter Clothing at greatly reduced prices.
Ladies' Woolen Dresq Goods hava been reduced in many cases one.half.
Many other goods too numerous to mention at sacrifice prices.
Thanking our friends for their liberal patronage, and wishing all a happy
and prosperous New Year, we are Yours truly,
A RECORD BREAKER!
Grand Holiday Sale!
Good, New, Clean Goods to be sold
Down to the Lowest Notch, by the
Sales may come and sales may go, but they're not like this
sale. Here are your favorite goods-merchandise you have
need for. Clothing, Hats and Furnishings in great variety
Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen in the best makes and styles,
all going at a mere shade of their value, and at Bargrins so
groat that nowhere can you get such Newv and Clean Goods
at bottom prices, Nothing shoddy, nothing 01ld and out of
(late, no odds and no ends.
Extreme Values Scaled Down to
Meet Any and All Prices.
And our prices for this Grand Sale have been p)lacedl down
at zero figures, and they reach the cold1 hard fact that in
buying from Our Stock you get only New Goods and noth..
ng out of style, andl( noth ing left over froin season to seasoni.
Come to this Grand Holiday Sale
and behold with your own eyes FACTS which are FACTS.
Yours for Facts.
THE EWART-PIFER CO.,
Newberry Hotel Block.
"FooI-Wear--Wiitor Siloos for Everybody,"
Our Shoes are Money Savers becense they are built upon honor, from
the most reputable Manufacturers in America. None better known. They
are wear resisters and eombine the very latest"4 'up-to.date istyles' at pleas.
ing prices." We have every desirable make for
Ladles, Misses, Children, Men and Boys.
-The Krippendorf Dittman Co's. Ladies Fine Shoes, no bettor shoes or
prettier styles made at $2.00, $2.50 & $3.00. The Wolf Bros.' Shoes for
Ladies, Misses and Children. The Geo. 0. Snow Shoes for men at $3.00
& $3.50, as good as any $5.00 & $0.00 shoes sold-of other make7. D)on't
fail to come and see and examine our Shoes when in need of a pair, and
you will get the very best makes at the lowest possible prices. Also we
have our usual good stock of
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing for Men &
Boys, H ats, Underwear, M en and Boys Odd
Pants, Notions & Furnishing Goods
of overy kind. Also a full line of Trunks-all at Factory Prices.
Our Clearance Sale will continue for a short while longer to clean out
all that we have left of Winter Goods before the season is over.
Come to Copeland Bros. for Bargains in everything for the next 80
,Leaders in Dry Good.' Clothing and Shoes. Newberry, . 0.