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The Newb-_rry College Stylus
this year is printed by the Colum
bia State. The reason,-as stated in
the editorial, is that "'this large
printing establishment is fully pre.
pared to do this class of work and
to do it well.'' In another editorial
it is stated, in an appeal to the
alumni for suppo-t, that "you owe
it not only to your institution, but
to your.:lf, to )ssist in issuing a
magazine which will do honor to
Newberry College." That is goc 1.
The Stylus, since it w-s first es
tablished, has I .en prtinf d in one
or the other of the printshops in
Newbei ry, and while the Stzte has
done a very god job of plain print
ing, it is very little better than
could have 1. en .:ecured in either
one of the printing offices in New
berry. And cc.inly no 1 :tuer
than wouid have beei secu;ed if
the autho:-ities had 1. en will,rg to
pay the home office what it pays
the out of-towni oci2.
The editor of this paper, who
was the printer of the Stylus for
several years, and who, with three
brothers, is an alumnus of the col
lege, and who for twenty years and
more has worked in season and out
of season for the collego -s opp,r
tunity presented, and who has at
ready graduated one son there and
has had two mo-e in the college and
has one there now, desires to say
when ai apl :d ;, made to the
friends of the college for a'd that
there is such a thing as reciprocal
relations. We have l -eti in ile
newspaper bnsiness here for seven
teen years a11d inl addition to the
many free notices during the year
we have always during ali these
years given at least one entire i-sue
of our paper each year to a write
up of the coliege. If the college
desires its aiuni to stand by it, we
submit, the college should stand by
the alumni. Tihe advertisements
which are given the Stylus by the
merchants of Newberry are given
not because of any direct benetit to
L2 received by them, but as a con
tribution to sustain the magazine,
and then that tnoney is taken and
sent away to help an out of-town I
printing office. Is it done really to
get bette- work or in the hope of
securing the influence of the State
newspap: r? WVe trust the authori
ties wvill not be disappointed in the
influence which they may hope to
receive from this newspa: .r. icey
may be bene fitted by throwing iside
0old fr;enmds for new ones amid wheni
they secure aniy students from these
new made friends we hope they will
But the purpose is to tmake the
Stylus "L Ater than it has ever
been--tetter in mechaniel con
struction and better in reading
matter." We hope the pturpose
may be accotmplished.
TPhe innnigration convention held
Iin Colutmbia on Tuesday we hope
will result in muCh goced to the
State. The purpol)se is a good otne.
We have long been of the opinion01
that t here should be established in
this State a department of inni..
grat ion or agriculture atnd that it
woulId pay tuch 1 att er an l:-1 m.iore
pronmtahle than spend(ing mioney on
ext ibits by the State at expositionsH.
Ini fact, to spend money ont exhiibits
without such a dlepart ment to take
upl the benefnts from such exhibit,
woutld 1be mon01ey wasted.
It is a source of great regret to
us that we cotuld not not get oIl to
the Confederate reuntion itn Augums
ta this week. E-specially so alter
we had inisisted on sonme of our old1
Cotnfederate friends to go with ui.
Imiperat ive businmess enigagemenits at
home lbarme( usn t he asure We
are glad, however, that our friends
D. A. Ruff, J. Cal Neel, 0. H.
Buzhardt, and E. '. Matthews,
were able to go, and we are sure
they enjoyed the occasion. It was
The Newl-e..v co,lon market
ias 1!e as good as any town in the
siate this year. Frequently when
[,ivelpool and New Vork were down
!ght to ten points, the Newherry
market went up as iany poits.
There have been sold here this sea
o i some twelve to fifteen thousand
)ales, about two-thirds of the
imount to be received here. We
LIsuially get from 18c o to 2j0o(
DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION.
In connection with the Mattieson
:nd other minnig;at ion plans uN sch
ue now being proposed and the im
migration convention held -i Co
lunibia only this week, it way be
interestling to note that Governor
McSweeney urged action atong
hes same lines diring his term of
Governor McSweeney, in his an
mial message pr'sented to the gen
ral as-mhly in January of this
"It is a noticeable fact, -nd one
:t this tile wvorthy of serious con
iideration, that the State bi, no
immigration agency, or bureiiu of
informat ion. In formation in regard
to our farming lands is nstan:'y
bAig sought by that clbssof thr:y
farmers in Canada, the cold No. th
west and New England, who a-re
looking soutlhward for fut tire hoies.
We -have at present no dcpartmeint
from which such information nir y
1:2 obtained, and our great agricul
iral advantages count for almes.
nothing in attracting imm-ants.
The great illajority of the other
Sta:es of the Union have Iong sice
Iecogni-ized the need of such an
agency or deparimient and have
made provision accordingly. I ear
n:estly recominieud that you take
some action in regard to this ma'
ter. If it is not desired that a
arate department be created, its
duties for the present nay be de
volved uoon tie Secretary of State
and the State geologist."
Honor to whom houor is due.
STATE OF SOU UlH CAlOLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERtY-lN
P)1()itOATE (CO URT.
1 y Juto ( . WIilson, FEq. , Pr'iob-te J udge.
Hi iERlAS, John ( C aggans at
CV- ler-k of Court, biaa mlade se it i
me to. grantt him Letters of Admnitis
wat 'ii' of t he estate antd cif ects of in
nh' Rid Iehubie-, deceased.
I'hese are tbecio e I.) OtLe anid ad
monIishi aLll at.d s. 'tgiola rt,he ki nreCI
and creditors of the saidl Far-nie Rlidi
h aber-, dieceased, that, tr ey be anc
r opear' before m)e, Iin the Co 'et oI 1Pc
cae, to be held at Ne-wheriry Coo
IIoosie, S. C., on the 2-lth D-cembei
ne xt after publi Icat on therueo . at 1
o'clock in the forenoon, to sho0w CaseI
it any tbey have, why the said Adi;
h,tention shoad 1( O, he granted.
(Given under my hand, this the 10th dai'
[iL.s.] of Novem-ber, Anno D)omin',1903
.JNO C. WILSON, J1. P. N. C
STATE OF SOU I'Hl CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEW BERRIY--D
P.ROB ATE COURT.
By;Jno. C. WVihlo-, " -4., Pob,Aate ,Judg
MIat tha Mt Iippl mautde sub to n
to g rant the'; Lette'rs of Adinistrat iu
oft the ''lia tt nd elues of l)avid IlippH
I he- e ni-re te e'Oh: to I S ttU alua
mo*s ali. an til'V alar ,tt ht kinedi are
for-e mee, in t he ( 'ourtt of l'robt.,i, to bi
biihl att Newher-ry Court linmuse. 8. (., oi
the 2'Cth day of Nos embter next after Cput
i entionCiii teof, att I I o'cloick in the fore'
nio'n, to s1'owv cause. I any they have
wlhy the saidt Ainointi siration' shiotib
tnot he ttcantni.
(;ive- Utndiei my~, hatnd, thuis ti
I L.s.] 12 h daty of Noivembeir, AntO
JOlIIN (. \II1i-(N. J. I'. N. C.
Pa~y Your City Taxes.
F 3HEI"ME)lO l'AYING CIT1'
[ ax(sXillexire tile 17th instanlt
Aftier tiat daite ai pentiity of ten ipe
TI. 0. STEWVART,'
('lerk and Trenviter.
STATE OF-SOUTH OAROLINA, S
COUNTY OF NEMWBERRY-IN
Thos. V. Wickor, Pla"ntiff, ,r
Nannie Pazan, ne Nainie Wicker,
Y VIRT'UE OF AN ORDER OF
.the ' u hrein, I will sell at T
nublic outcry, at Newbor .' Cot,
ise, S. C., on the First, Molay in
Decumber, A. 1). ' X1. all that piece o'
parcel of land lying :mnd being situate
In the County and St, .e at'er waiI. con
taining One-half of an AVrV m111; o.
less, and boindled by lands of 'M - A N
Carlisle, R. C. l'erry. Mv-k, Id hmtr4
Terns of Sale: kloo l'alf of he . "
Chr-7e money to 1 ' p.td M e'00' ArI
balance on a creit of one ,w:a I ,JN
terest from day of sale, h oW -
tion to secured by tho .v h
purch.t'er and a miVnA;y 4 i
premises sold, and the dol- .'N .v A
thereon to be insurvd for s, es-Am
bi-nd red and fiftv dollas. :l ae :
assigned to the M- --ter. w .h ' A
the purchaser to :mte
ment of the credit po .A%\11 *% % h-o ,'
in pa... The puviN-i r to .a Ny, A
papers and recordiing s.e X
Master's Offlieo. No\. '1',0
STVE OF SM'' '\l.IN \.]i
COUNTY OF- N 1.\\'U t%lY tN
COM.\ O NP'l.-.\S.
Milton A. Carlisle. 1 -J':.
Elizabeth King. othorwise known a b
S. J. E. King. efend:mt,
IY VRTUE OF AN 01F1.R OF
the Cou. herein. I w' sell at
'ublie oute..', at Newbert .- Co,rt
Jorse. S. C.. on the First 'onday in I
Dce 'ber, A. 1). 1 L. all the interest
of Elizal th King. othe. .vise known as h
J. E. King. in that tract of land lv- N
ing in the County and State aforesai'l, N
-ontaining One Hundred and Ninety
Six Acres, more or less, l unded ly h
the lands of the estate of Mrs. S. Nf. N
Oxner, Levi M. Pressley, W. T. Cofield k
and others. N
Should the purchreAer fail to comply
with the to. ns of sale on the day of P
sale, the said premises will be resold by 0
the .\Master at the purch-er's risk. l
Teim of Sale: One--half of the pur- r'
chase money to be paid in cash, the N
balance on a credit of twelve monti-s, N
w ith interest thereon from day of sale,
to be secured by the bond of the plur- 0'
chaser and a mortgage of the premises D
sold, with leave to the purchaser to an- 'Y
ticipate pay.nents in whole or in pat t c
from time to time. Purchaser to pay t
for papers and recording of same.
H1. 11. RIKARD, Master. d
Master's Office, Nov. 11, 1903.
TAEOF SOUTUI C_AQ'0..'NA, o0
C')UNTY OF NEWVl%tVBi ' 'j s
COM MON PLEAS.
J. B. E. Sloan and Louis F. Sloiw t'
partners under the ib.in name of d
J. B. E. Sloan & Son, :nd Felicia
Chisolm and Eliza E. Craw'Ord, exe
cut-rs of the I-st will and teotament,
of Susan Hall, deeased, Plaintitf.
William R. Smith, Archie M. Smith ard
Samuel W. Travers, trad'r- under
the firm name of S. W. Travers &
Y VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF,l
- the coui. herein, I w;11 sell at
public out'ry at New brry Cot,' H 1ou S, t
S. C., on the first Monday in December, 1
A. D , 1903, all that tract, )arcel or r
plantation of land lying and being in
the county of Newber. y, and Stat2
aforei.saidl, containing ore hundred andl '
sixty-five acres, more or less, and
bounded by lan~ds of Geo. Tr. Reid, e3
tate of P. J. Colemt', and the ez;tate of <
.James W. Williams, dlecerned.
Terms of sale; One- third of the pur- I
chase money to be 'aid ;n cash and the
b lalance on a cr'eeit of one and two<
yeai.a, with interest from (late of sale,i
to 1 . secured by a bond of the pur
chaser and a morta:age of the premises,
wti privilege to toe purchaser of an
ticip)ating the credit portion in whole
or in part.
Purchaser to pay for papers and re
cording. H. HI. RIKARD), Master.
Mr.ster' s Of1ice, November 12, 1903,
10ICE OFulhijAY ELECTIO1N
N OTICE ISIHE.EBY GIVEN THAT
. a D)emocratic Primary Election,
will be held on T1uesday, the 24 th day
of November, 1903, in the Council Chain
ber, in the T1own of N ewberry, S. C.,
for Mayor' and Aldermen of the said
Town, to serve for one year, said Pri
Imary E'lection to be conducted accord
ing to the rules and regulations adopted
by the citizens' meeting. The atten
Lion of all candidates for Mayor and:
A lermnen is called to I ule III, to wit:
- 'ill. The candidates receiving thei
majority of all the votes cast for the1
0'"ices of Mayor ads Aldermen, re
specctively, at said election s, dl be (1e
cl ared the nominees or the Detmocr'atic
Iparty of said Towvn; Provided'(, that on
or befolO I o'O'ele tno(on on the 17th.
- day of November, 1903, each of' said
c'and(idates shall have left a wvrit.en
statement5I wilth the chai rman of the
executive c'otmmfittee that. he is a can
d~(idate andl that he will abide the result
ol such elect ion. No) vote shall be
~outed f(l or any canid(ate wvho has not
so) pledlged himse~nlfI.'
Thei( fo,llowbii ' namued persons have'
been app'I oited L to erve as mnitagerst of
election:. S. N. .Noltod, .1 a'ob Senni
and1( I. W. lIIigghis.
l'y order't of thle l0xecuit ive Cotmmil ee
of' thte I )t,mbcrait ic pairt.y of thei Townt
of Ne'wbery, S. C.
I. 11. lluN'r, 0. I1. MAv''Im,
Novomhm. 9, 1903.
r ,ATE OF souH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
to. C. Wilson, Judge of Probate of
Newberry County, and as public
gtardian of Thomes M. Werts and
Margaret E. Werts, Plaintiff,
lomas F. HaI non, in his own right,
and es execuf >r of the w.ll of Cora
D. la.non, deceased, et al., Defend
By virtue of an order of the Couit.
Wein, I will sell at public outcry, at
0wborrry Court House, S. C., on the
'i tondiy i December, A. 1). 1903,
w' tollowig t.acts of land situated in
) t mt y and State aforesaid, near
n ot Now bvrry lying on the pub
to 1Hi eel bridge on Saiuda
V% AMd on 1tush river-- they being
(hr wied irals of three hundred an
ItA 01 avros and eloven-hundrcdths of
A aIo o( the trael of lIud which is
wmdd\ the said public road leading
i :-o t(Nl ligo. Mary F. 1Harmon,
1;1nTh Rtll" (0. tWit:
Na 1. 'oitaining forty-live acres,
-ou it hles bonnded by said plblic
ate of (. k. DAV'Walt, tracts
N naitiing fot ay-lve a11cres,
tolw Ost (udeod by said tratI No.
cs;-te ot G ti, G,\\ alt. tracts No.
Colm-011'ntiig forty-stivoll antd
one hundhedth acres b hounded by
1 (It No. s.'stabe o' k. (i. De
, Mary I-'. Ilarmnon andi tract No. .1.
No. 0. 11'uaining forty-four and
mtt-hundredths of anm aek. bounded
z .ud tiact No. 3. Iary I". 1armon.
ish river and tract No. 5.
No0. 5. Containing tifty-one and
venLy-eight -hundredt hs acres, bound
I by tract No. .1. Bush river, tract
o. 3. and t ract No. 2.
No. (;. Contaiting fifty and thirteen
Mikdredths acres, bounded by tract
o. 5. Bush river, tracts No. 7 and
No. 7. Containing forty-six and three
ildreths Peres, bounded by tract
o. 6, Bush river, the said public road
ading to the steel bridge and tract
There is also allowed, which will ap
,ar on the subdivded tracts, a road
right of way of twenty feet wide,
ading to the said public road, which
ght of way separates tracts No. 1,
o. 2, and No. 3 from tracts No. 7,
o. 6, No. 5 and No. 4.
Terms of Sale: On- -third of the
Urchase money to be paid in sh; the
alance on a credit of ore and two
emi s, in eqaal annual installmentM, the
ledit portion to be secured by bond of
ie pi-chaser and a mortgage of the
mnds, respectively, with interest from
ay of sale. Purchaser to pay for
The olats are now on file in the Me
3r's o,ice an( can be seen before day
f sale and will be exl-'bited on day of
Tnc above lands are very valuable.
[ome-seekers wIll do well in calling on
bie Master to see about same before
ay of sale. 11. H1. RIKARD,
Master's Office, Master.
Nov. 2, 1903.
Real Estate for Sale.
[ HAVE IN HANDS THE FOLLOW
ing described property for sale on
erms that will enable persons desiring
omes to secure same:
Seven tracts in No. 2 Township, con
aining respectively 147.33, 211.13,
98.50, 192.75, 142.29, 217 and 186 acres.
'hese are choice lots, highly productive,
tell wooded and wvatered, with plenty
f the best pasture land on each place.
'here are two good dwelling houses
.nd several tenant houses, barns, cribs
.nd stables on two of them, good wvell
*r spring water in plenty. Also one
Landsome residlence in the town of
'lewberry, admhirably constructed wvithi
nodern imp)rovements, desirably located
n one of our main thoroughfares, and
n one of the most desirable sections of
In connectionb with this lafce there
re several han'thome building lott
vhich we will dispose of at an early
For prices anid terms apply to
F. W. HIGGINS,
Real Estate Agent,
Newberry, S. C.
ATO. 69 4.
6fotcc of OolllFroller of it Ulwrciiy
WVashington, D. C., Oc tober 12, 1903.
WA HIEREAS, by satisfactory cvi
WVdence presen ted to the und(er
aiined, it has been made to appear thai
"'he People's National Bank of Pros.
>erity,'' located in the Town of Pros.
>erity, in the County of Newberry, an<
t l.e of SouthI Carolina, has compliet
v'itTi all the pr1ovisions of the Statutei
>f the United States, reqjuiredl to b<
tompliedl with before an associatior
shallI be authorized to commence th<
msi ness of Banking;
Nowv therefore I, Thomas P. Kane,
)oputy andl Acting Comptroller of th(
~urrency, (10 hereby certify that " Th<
Peopl le's National Bank of P rosp i ty,
ocate-l in the Town of P'rosp)erity, ir
he Conm y of Newherry, and State ol
South Carol ina, is aut.horizedl to com
nonce the bus1inI(s of Banrk ing as pro.
utiled in Sec tion 'i fty-onie hIundr1 ed ant
ix ty-rioc of the lievsed Statutes 0i
he Un iited State..
nI testimony w hereof'. wit.ness my hanm
. s.]j and Seal of ollice this Twel ftl
(lay of Octob>er, 1903.
TP. P. KANE,
Deputy andl Acting Comptroller of th<
R OBERT H. WELCH IS HEREBY
announced as a cundidate for
Mayor of Newberry and is pledged to
abide the result of the Democratic pri
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for reelection to the
office of Mayor of Newberry, and pledge
myself to abide the result of the Dem
JOHN W. BAIIARDT.
I4 M. HAR IS IS HEREBY AN
IV 1. nounced a candidate for Alder
man from Ward 1, and is pledged to
abide the result of the primary election.
JOHN T. HUTCHINSON IS HERE
by announced a candidate . for Al
de.nan from Ward 1, snbiect to the
iuiles of the Democratic primaty.
DR. VAN SMITH IS HEREBY AN
nouned as a candidate for reelec
fion as Alderman from Ward 3 subject
to the rules of the Democratic primai y.
J M. GUIN 1S HEREBY AN
o nounced as a candidate for re
election as Alderman from Ward 5 sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic
T. BROWN IS IIElEBY AN
.* nounced as a candidate for r
(4telt.ion aw Alderman rron Ward 2 sub
j t to the rules of the Democratic pri
lA RLES M. WEST IS HEREBY
anunolc'ied as a candidate for
Aldernum - .:om Ward 4 and is pledged
to albide the result of the Democratic
We are receiving New Goods
da;y, and today we have the
most compleLe line of House
Furnisaing Goods ever opened
in Newberry. Come and look
over our stock and get the
prices on Cook Stoves, Heaters,
S'ove Pioes, Stoveware of all
kinds, Tin, Glasswore, Knives
and Forks, Crockeryware.
Finest line of Pocket K'nives in
town. Rugs, Ma*Ling and Art
Squares. Come and see. We
a,e heaoquarters for New and
Up-to-Date Furniture. We in
vite one anu all to come and
get our prices and let us show
you through our big store. A
doflar will buy more from us
than any other Furniture store
in the State.
Shelley, Dean &
Newberry Hardware Co's.
Old Stand, Main St.
W H IT E....
MULTlPLY IN G
L,O. O. T7
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
at 7 1 30 '~O(oc at ;m i o 91ilL tLhe
Grmalet School nail nii Visi Iors cor
.1d Ill in vite..
J1. 8. S MI Th,t N. G.