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It. if. AUIL, tDITOR.
THE STATE FAIR.
The usual large crowds have been
n attendance upon the State Fair
in Columbia this week. The rail
roads say that during each day so
far they have hauled much larger
crowds than on the corresponding
days last year.
The exhibits, displaying the re
sources of the State, are very good,
and this feature of the Fair improves
each year. The main feature of
the State Fair, however, is the re
union of the people of South Caro
lina, and the people attend mainly
on account of the opportunity which
is afforded for the renewing of old
ac(uaintance and the making of new i
acquaintance. Here the people from
every part of the State commingle t
and the mountains and the seacoast
are brought close together and the
people learn each other. From such
communion good must result to the
State and to her people.
It is well once each year that the
people of the State should meet in
their own capital city.
Columbia is handling the crowds
well this year and she deserves
great credit for what she has done
for the State Fair.
The dificulty of the enforcement
of the dispensary law in Columbia
has been demonstrated this week. e
The law has been enforced almost
completely. Three or four consta
bles have been stationed at every
blind tiger in the city. This is the
only way the law will be enforced
in Columbia, for some time to come
anyway. The expense is great.
Probably a majority of the consta
bles of the State are inO Columbia
this week looking after the enforce
ment of the law there.
it seems that the Cleveland pres
idential boom will not down.
Ilad Cleveland not already had two
terms he could lead the Democratic
hosts to victory in the next cam
paign. But we do not believe a 9
man can be clected to a third term. t
Is it possible that there is only one
man in the whole Democratic party
who is available for leader? Surely
some other than Cleveland may
It looks now as if George B.
McClellan will be thme next miay'or
of Newv York.
The followinig is from the Abbe
ville l'ress amnd Blanner of the 28th:k
"Editor \. T. Crews of the Laur- E
ensville Herald camne to town on 'I
Saturday, and Editor E. H. Aull
droppedl in on us last Monday.
"Editor TF. B. Crews of the Lau- O
rensville Herald passed through
Abbeville on Monday. iIe would
"These gentlemen are connected
with newspapers that stand high J
with the brethren. Mr. Aull has
been the poptular and efficient Pres
idlent of the State Press Association
for sonie ten years, and his excel
lent official career would indicate
that he wvill be lpresidlent for about
ninety or a hundred years longer.
"The good1 old I aurnsville 11er
ald standls for princi ple mn p)eace;
even as its edlitor fought for princi
p)le in wvar."'
In view of the fact that there
will be an organ recital at the
Lutheran Chtirch of the Redeemer
on Monday evening next, amid later
in the week the ladies of the Pres
byterian Church will hold their an
nual chrysanthemum show amnd sale,
thme ladies of the Lutheran Church
have decided to postpone their p)ro
posed entertainment until a later
NBWS FROM EXCBLSIOR.
Farmers Busy Sowing Oats-School Moving D
Along Nicely-Personal Notes and
Excelsior, October 29.-The reg- t<
ular service will be held next Sun- I
day afternoon. ti
Our farmers are busy sowing oats t
iud digging potatoes. a.
Very few of our people are attend- t(
ing the State Fair in Columbia this ei
We are having fine weather now cc
Nith bracing frosts. ti
Miss Carrie Cook is visiting in 11
'olumbia and taking in the Fair
:his week. al
Our school is moving on nicely
vith a full attendance of pupils. cc
Rev. Jas. D. Kinard, of Leesville, ri!
s visiting in this community. sa
Mrs. Enos Counts is still confined a
o her rooni with fever.
NEWS FROM ST. PHILLIPS. th
he Wedding Bells Have Hegun To Ring. fo
Less Wheat Being Sownen in the
Community this Year. E
The weather seems to be chang
ng into winter.
The potato crop is very short in
The wedding bells have already
iegun to ring in our midst. Mr.
. W. Shealy and Miss Emma De
lart were married recently. We
vish them much success through
Mrs. WN. D. Halfacre is going to
uild her a handsome house near St.
There will be preaching at St.
'hilips church November 5th, at
ight. A minister from Japan will
The people of this section are M
usy sowing their grain. There
iill be less wheat sown this year.
th ink the people are making a sad
November 26th will be Thanks
iving and it will be a hot time for
Remaining in Postoflice for the
'eek ending October 2.4, 1903. I
A-Mrs. Maggie Adams. Miss
lary A.nderson. br
C-MIiss Fannie Ci nort , JamesJ
alidwell, Miss Josephine Counts.
D)-J. J. Davis, MIinnie D.aw
ins, George Dewalt , J im and
arah D)awkins, D). F. D)awkinms,
G- -Caroline Gallo way, Daisy
ray, TPhomas Graham, i' obt. thi
olden, T.Laylor Glymup.n
1lH. WV. Iodges, T'honmas H-am- dIe
n, Jas. H-arp, Robert H-arris,le
tarcel Hair, WVilliam IHingleton. mn
J-J. Calvin Jeter. WVallace dIa
K-Mlelvin IKemp, Melvin Kinns,
sen 1K ing. 0
-e-Mary Long, Jim Liles, Jim ed
nd Sarah Miller, Allen Marten. gi'
N-.Casper and Lula Nance, oD
Villiam Nance, TUhomas Nelson. ev
P-John Philips, John)1 L. Pitts.
R --Joe Ramnson, Bob lieceder, lic
lames R obson, Geo. R eadler,m
3odfirey Rice, TI. C. Robinson, re
l1ary Jane R obinson, W-Villiam P.
S-Lillian Sandlers, Nannie m
alawvback, Ev'ion Speaks, Mass- $1
a11 Stevens, Cohen Smith, H ow- by
trdl and Mattie Suber.N
W-W. W. Worts, WVilliam
WVright , Nora WVilson, Elias
Worthy, E'llist Wvorthy, Jim and
Y'-William Young. ari
Persons calling for these letters
vill please say that they were ad.. ce
werti.,r1. c. T. PnUCemL rP M. o
THE OLD RELIABLE
RERE I NO SUBSTITUTE
BURIED UNDER TONS OF ROCK.
e New York Subway Horror-Ten Mvez
Crushed Out in the Tunnell
New York, October 25.-- Tei
'es were lost by the cave in of the
af and walls of the subway tun
I at One Hundred and Ninety.
th street last night, and four per
us were badly injured. All of
e dead and injured were work
M, and most of them Italians.
The accident was the most disas.
>us that has occurred in the con.
-uction of the subway. At the
int where the cave-in occurred a
ng of 20 men were at work in the
anell, which is about i io feet be
v the surface.
Chamberlain's Coug;h Remedy.
qo one who is acquainted with its
>d qualities can be surprised at the
at popularity of Chamberlain's
ugh Remedy. It not only cures
ds and grip effectually and perma
itly, but prevents these diseases
m resulting in pneumonia. It is also
certain cure for croup. Whooping
igh is not dangerous when this rem
' is given. It contains no opium or
er harmful substance and may be
en as confidently to a baby as to an
ilt. It is also pleasant to take.
ien all of these facts are taken into
isideration it is not surprising that
)ple in foreign lands, as well as at
ne, esteem this remedy very highly
I very few are willing to take any
er after having once used it. For
, by W. E. Pelham & Son, New
ry, S. C., and Prosperity Drug Co.,
)sperity, S. C.
OURSUANT TO AN ORDER FROM
His Honor, Y. J. Pope, Chief
.tice of the Supreme Court of the
Lte of South Carolina, notice is here
given that an extra term of the
irt of Common Pleas, will convene
New berry Court House, South Caro
1, on November 16th, 1903, at 1(
lock a. in., and continue for ont
ek. All persons having businesE
.h said court will therefore tak(
ice. JOHN C. GOGGANS,
c. c. C. P. & G. S.
" Nature commands the mind
to suffer with the body."
A sick person is a discom.
m f \' ro dno not help
rim we will pay back his
Win. E. Pelham & Son,
CHASE LASTBD FOURTBBN MONTHS.
etective Pursued Embezzler over the Two
Chicago, Oct. 27.-The Tribune
)day says that after a chase lasting
I months, and in which two con
nents were traversed with a de
ctive in pursuit, John Morrison,
;sistant cashier of the Northamp
mn bank of London, charged with
nbezzling more than $6o,ooo, has
!en captured in Chicago. He was
iducting a jewelry store in Forty
iird street under the name of
In August, 1902, Morrison, it is
leged, fled from the continent.
The detective started from the
ntinent only 36 hours after Mor
;on, but the fleeing man had
iled for Canada. There he bought
ticket for New York.
Morrison lived there for two
onths,later going to Boston. where
invested in a jewelry store.
Marion, Iowa, saw him next, but
e detective reached there only in li%
ne to learn that Morrison had left ro
r Chicago. ne
Morrison consented to return to fif
igland without extradition pro- so
AT THE ga
PROF. CHAS. R. FISHER, c
Musical Director, a
mnday, Nov. 2nd, 1903, giv
Admission only by tickets. an(
Price 5oc. and 25C. sal
rickets on sale at Eduard Scholtz' PrI
d by Lawson B. Kibler at Win.
ITY LODGE NO 87, A. F. M.
N EX1'IA CONIMUNICATION by
L of \iit Lodg', N). 87. A. 10. M. Co
I he held 'ext T1ur1sday evnin at at
C. oJ'clock, j in Msoniie I boil viitn lin
['he E. A. degree wvill be conferred. we
.-H. M. K INAND Secrelai y. not
otice of Final Settle
ment and Discharge,;
and call for Oreditors.
1AKE NOTICE~ THAT I WILL;
. make a final settlement on the
ate of Frances A. Wise, dIec'dl, in
SProbate Court for Newt:erry county,
Monday, 16th November, 1903, and
medliately thereat ter apply for a final
~charge, as administrator of' said
ata Creditors of said estate are
reby required1 to present their dec
mds, duily attested on or before said
be. M. L. STRAUSS,
Adm'r of Frances A. Wise, dlee'd.
parson.age or institution sup~port
by) volunitalry conitribuitioni will be
na lhboral qjuantlity of the Long
mn & Mart inez P'ure Paints when
ar they paint.
Note: Hauve done so for t wVentIy4
vOTn years. Sales: Tons~ of al.eI
'ns of g'allonis; painted nearh~ two (
ill ion houses undicer guara IteeI to,~
intvears for period u p toI
?hteenI y'ears. Lin3seed Oil mliust
addedf'C to the paIinit, (do.ne in. two
iupntes ) Actual (cost then aibont
.5a gallon. Samples free. Sold
mwberrry Hardware Company.
N ORDER TO KEPTHIE VCECORD)
straight, all teachers in the county
c hereby notified to bring in their
rtificates at some convenient time in
e next few wveeks, in order that said
rtificates may be recorded in this
rwe. EUm S. wwRS
Going out of business
by January 1, 1904. 1
offer my stock of
NEW - YORK - COST - PRICE.
Notice to Creditors.
A LL PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS
X- 1against the estate of Jno. E.
Lominick, deceased, will present the
same duly attested to the undersigned
or to Cole. L. Blease, the first day of
December, 1903. And all all persons
indebted to said estate will make settle
ment by the same date.
W. 11. LOMINICK,
Noice of Final Sotmlent and Discharie.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I will make a final settlement
on the estate of Arie Leitzsey, minor,
in the Probate Court for Newberry
County, S. C., on Monday, 30th day of
November, A. D., 1903, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, and will immediately
thereafter apply for letters dismissory.
As Guardian for said Minor.
Newberry, S. C., Oct. 24, 1903.
Knights of Pythias,
Newherry loCgt No. C-7.
STATED CONVENTIONS OF THIS
Lodge will be held on the 2nd and
4th Tuesday nights of each month at.
8.00. Visiting Knights cordially wel
comed. THOS. E. EPTI N G.
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell !-tel Building.
L 0 O. F.
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
M EEl EVRY PRIDAY NIGHT
M' at 7 30 o'clock at, t heio hall at the
Graaed School uidinmig Visitors cor
J . lF1,' N. G.
T. O St0war1t,j.3,Scetav
Real Estate for Sale.
HAVE IN HANDS THE FOLLOW
ing described property for sale on
terms that will enable persons desiring
homes to secure same:
Seven tracts in No. 2 Township, con
taining respectively 147.33, 211.13,
198.50, 192.75, 142.29, 217 and 186 acres.
These are choice lots, highly p)roductive, i.
wvell wooded aiid wvatered, with plenty
of the b)est pasture Iandl on each place.
There are twvo goodl dwelling houses
and sever'al tenant houses, barns, eribs
and stables on two of them, good well
or spring water in plenty. Also one
handIsomec residence in the town of
Newvberry, admirably constructedl wvith
modlern improvements, desirably located
on one of our main thoroughfares, and
in one of the most dlesirable sections of
In connection wvith this place there
are several handsome building lots
which we wvill dispose of at an early
For prices and terms apply? to
F. W. IIIGGINS,
Real Estate Agent,
Newberry, S. C.
A CTZENS' MEETING IS HERE
liby called to be held in the - opera
house on TIuesday, November 3(1, 1903,
at 7.30 o'clock p. mn., for the p)urpose of
providing for the nomination of muni
cipal oflicers. for the next ensuing year,
andl for such other business as may be
p)roperly brought before it.
COLI'. L. IILEAS E, Chairman.
FRED. 11. D)OMINICK, Sec.
REAL. EST ATE
MONEY TO LOAN
On Easy Terms
For Long Periods.
A few more Shares of the first series
May be secured. Apply to .
Sec'y and Treas., ~
Newberry, S. C2