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'I 1STON IDEAL OPERA COMPANY.
The Operatic Bvent Of the Season At the
Opera House Tomorrow Night-A
The Boston Ideal Opera company,
who will sing the comic opera "Oli
4 vette" at the opera house to-mor
row night, is known in Newbeiry,
having delighted an audience here
last season. The number tomorrow
hight will -ery probably be the
operatic event of the season here.
NO The company is strong and has been
scoring great success on its recent
tour of the country.
Following is one of the press not
ices received by the company aftkr
its appearance in one of the larger
Southern cities: "As each member
of the troupe caine upon the stage
the applause that greeted them was
hearty and spontaneous, especially
that accorded IMiss Jule Foreman,
and her rendition of "The Last
Rose of Summer," which she sang
by request, was sung with a sweet
ness and purity of tone that does
the singer credit."
The company will no doubt be
greeted by a laige audience toinor
1: row night.
TH1IC COMPANY THAT FAILED.
"The Hottest Coon in Dixie,"
which was scheduled to appear in
the opera house last night, failed
before reaching Newberry and for
that reason the performance was
The TownTeam and the College Team Will
Meet on Thanksglng
The two teams, one trom New
berry college and the other from
the town, which will meet on the
college gridiron T''haiiksgiving after
noon, are at hard work preparing
for the match, and the game will
doubtless prove interesting and ex
citing. Following is the line-up of
the two teams:
T'own: Stewart, left end; Gilder,
left tackle; Kempson, left guard;
Wright, centre; Downes, right
guard; Johnstone, right tackle;
Hill, right end; Goggans, quarter
back; Jamieson, left half-back: Sat
terwhite, right half-back; Eskridge,
captain, full back.
Newberry college: Stoudemnire,
left end; Fellers, lelt tackle; Elea
zer, left guard; Roscoe Wilson, cen
tre: Black, right guard: Wise, right
tackle; Harms, right end; Owen,
quarter back; Drehier, Ic ft hal f-back;
Bush ,righlt halh-back; Fuhiner,
captain, full back.
The game will be called at 3 30.
Ad mission, 25 cents.
Special Judge Haynmesworth.
The following~ resoluitionms were
adIopted by thme Newbecrry b'ar and
sp)readl on the minutes of the court:
''Whereas, the Hlon. H-. J. Hay
nesworth has just finished the bu
siness of the regular termn of the
court of general se:ssions and comn
mon p)leas, uder apploi ineunt of
the governor as special jumdge; and,
whereas, we dlesire to express5 our
appLreciationm of thme ser vices rendered
as aforesaidl; therefore,
"Resolved, That t he Newherry
Bar association hereby expresses its
cntirec satisfactioni and( high appre
ciation of i lie Hion. I I. J. Ha ynes
worth as a presidinhg judnge; and to
commnitd him for thle i lmpartiality,
fairness and legal ablIi ty wvhich
characterized all his jud(glmnts and
rulinigs whlmile presiding as a foresaid.
"That this peambile and( these
resolult ions he spread upon thle
minutes of thme couirt.
'-0 [-. hell i1mpelrt,
''\V. 11 l int,
This is not a gentle word-but when
you think how liable you are not to pur
chase the only remedy universally
known and a remedy that has had the
largest sale of any medicine in the
world since 1868 for the cure and treat
ment of Consumption and Throat and
Lung troubles without losing its great
popularity all these years, you will be
thankful we called your attention to
Boschee's German Syrup. There are so
many ordinary cough remedies made by
druggists and others that are cheap and
good for light colds perhaps, but for
severe Coughs; Bronchitis, Croup-and
espe- ially for Consumption, where there
is di. 4cuit expectoration and coughing
during the nights and mornings, there
is nothing like German Syrup. The 25
cent size has just been introduced this
ear. RegUlar size 75 cents. For sale
y W. ;. lelham & Son.
R OBERT HI. WELCH IS HEREY
announced as a cundidate for
Mayor of Newberry and is pledged to
abide the result of the Democratic pri
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF'
-. a candidate for reelection to the
office of Mayor of Newberry. and ledge
myself to abide the result of the Dem
JOHN W. EA'H1ARDT.
M. HARRIS IS HEREBY AN.
notinced a candidate for Alder
man from Ward 1, and is pledged to
abide the result of the primary election.
TOIN T. IIUTCHINSON IS
I!by announced a candidate for Al
derinan from Ward 1, snbject to the
rule-- of the Democratic primary.
DR. VAN SMITH IS HEREBY AN
nouned as a candidate for reelec
tion as Alderman from Ward 3 subject
to the rules of the Democratic primary.
IT HEREBY AN1NOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for alderman from
Ward 3 subject to the rules of the Dem
ocratic primary. I-. E. TODD.
J M. GUIN IS HEREY AN
J0 nounced as a candidate for re
election as Alderman from Ward 5 sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic
T. BROWN IS HlEREBY AN
A. nounced as a cand(idate for re
election as Alderman rrom Ward 2 sub
ject to the rules of the Democr.tic pri
['1HARLIS M. WEST IS HERE1Y
C annolunicC(l as a candidate for
Alderman from Ward 4 and is pledged
to ahide the result of the Delnocratie
Noicc, of Filal ciuiiiiit an Disiarac.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
N that I will make a final settlement
on the estate of Arie Leitzsey, minor,
in the P1robate 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 disiissory.
As Guardian for said Minor.
Newberry, S. C., Oct. 241, 1903.
We have now in stock
about 753 different Ti
ties in the latest Novek;
of the day. In the lim-,
ited space we can only;
give the namnes of a few
[ittlhe Shecopar d of K ingdom Comei.
liTe(i Gentlem-m of the Soiuthz.
Reecao Sunny Brok F'armn
Tn'!e O)ne WXomain.
Lesson ini l~Aw.
We also have a large
line of 25c. books for
old and young. Will
be glad to have you1
call and see them.
how to Make Monecy.
A gents of either sex should today
write Marsh Manufacturing Co., 538
Lake Street, Chicago, for cuts andi p)ar
iculars of their hanmdsome A luminuim
Card1( Case with your name engraved on
it alnd filled with 100 Calling' or Husinesr
Cards. Evem ybhody orders them. Sam
Phe Case andl 100 Cards, postp)aid, '40c.
1'his Case and 100 Cards retail at 75
cents. You have only to show~ sample
to sece.re an order. Send '40e at once
for case andI 100 cards before somne one
gets ahead of you
TO DOUBT TMS.
Is to disbelieve the evidence Of Newberry
It's Newberry proof for Newberry
It's local endorsation for local read
It will stand the most rigid investi
No better proof of merit can be had.
James 13 Ulussey farmer living on t,ie
road between Newberry and Pro i.
ity about live miles out from Newberry
Hays: "I can say that Doan's Kidney
lIllN did my br,k and kIdne a lot of
good. I thought the troubla was ma
laria and that IL had go0en Into my
bones and given me rheuilatism. My
back ached every move I madE and the
pais especially when I caugI t cold Cx
teided down to the knees an i ankles.
I suffered considerably with my eyes
and co ild not r: Al with any satsfac
tion. The kidney s-oretions vere very
dark and too frequent, in act'ot,, break
i'g my ret at night, I used iffereut
mellicines, put on hot IIpplica-lors and
had the doetor but failed 1,o get any
relief. I heard about how m\ich gYoot
oam's Kidney Pills had been doln ali
over the country and got a )ox. I felt
het,ler the irst day after beginning to
u. e th m. Al y back grew strong the pal n
left nme the aetionl of the kidnev he
,nme rcgilar and my rcst at night wat
tnot dlist urld and I got up in the morn
i,I feeling refreshed in "-ad of worn
(Mit. Ay heltith is a huortd pwr Ce
better than it wvas btefolrl. I used l)oan,
1idney Pills. My eyes do not bother
!n- as they did and I can enjo-; ead
Wor soIle by all -1 fo ers 11rih 50 .
eots Poster-Milbll ('o 11lT1alo N. V.
mi o agents for the Unite1td Stat,a,.
Remember the name Domns and take
no s b1it.nte.
People's National Bank
PROSPERITY, S. C.
CAPITAL STOCK $26,000.
Burglar proof safe and insurance
fire proof vault. We do a general
banking business. We solicit your
business. P)romllpt and polite at
In crest allowed in savings (e
NI. A. CA'tisa.a.: 'resident.
1I. C. A s.:.:V\ice-h'res.
W. V. Wni.:k-:i.1-:n, Cashier.
W. I'. 'ugh, W. A. Moseley,
Jacob It. Fellers, R. .. Luther,
GCo. W. llowers, Johin I. l'Vlers,
J 1. 3'. owers, C;Corge Johnstone,
M. A. Carlisle, If . \l-Ieley., jos
Real Estate for Sale.
IAVE IN HANDS THlE FOLLOW
ing described roperty for sale on
teeros that w ill enable piersons desih ing
homes to secure same:
Seven traes in No. 2 Township, con
taining re-petively 117.33, 211.13,
198.50, 192.75, 1,12.29, 217 and 18(6 acres.
These are choice lots, highly IroduCe iVe,
well wooled and watered, with )plenty
of the best pasture landi on each Place.
There are two good dhveiling honses
and several tenant houses, barns, cribs
and stalbles on two of t hem, goodl well
or' spring waler in llenty. Aliso one
hanadsomne r'esienc Ve ini thre town of
N ewhe'rry, admiraiibly const ructed withI
modern unpr oovemnent s, desir'aly locat ed
on one of onri main thorough faces, and
in one of the most dlesirabile sections of
lIn connec tion wVit h thi pl~ ace there
area several handsome bihl aig lots
whichI we will dlispose (of at ani earily
lFor prices and terms aipply an
Real Est at e A\gen t.,
Newbm' ry V. C.
WX E WILL SELL, ATl ' PIILC OJT..
Vcry, before the Court Iloos5e at
oewberry, era salesday in De)cembera,
wvo tracts of land, as follows:
One containing 75 acres, more or' less,
atuLatedl at Walton, and bounded by
andls of J. L. Crooks, ,J. Il. C rooks, and
X. G. Meyer.
One containing 15 --eres of' land, si -
aated at Walton, ar(l hounded by i:amis
>f ,J. H. Crooks, D). A. I lipp, ;and A.
T1erms: One-Ihalf e:ash, the blstac'
)ayale in one year, y bEe secured byI
>Ondl of the purc'(haIser and moriag to'0
he prlemaises sold. I 'tarchas(r to pay
IlllIRS O1' SA \l WOuli.
N otice to Cred itor-s.
. pgamst(t t state of d. .2 .
~ommnick, dleceased, will praese!it th
ame dutly aitt(estedl to the aundiaersignaed
rc to Cole. L,. IHlease, thec firist day of0
)ecemlber, 1903. A aid a11ll er'sons
ndebt.edl to said estate will amake set tle
nent by the same (late.
W. WV. LOMINICK,
Whenc' a hoely %oma;m hi aa-r
'hotograph taken she ;acts as if -h
OnIsidleed t hea a r t ist respo mlasi al
or her looks.
Are filled fror
with desirable m
will find it ver)
here, because i
right, the prices;
are polite and E
ble will be don
We want to emphasi
can or will sell you got
selves. Our present st
low figures, in truth
goods on our shelves ax
\) J)roposo to give -ur cutomort
1111d advaneo tile price oin nothing 1(
It's i big stock, too, aud you mutst tali
Our stock is complet
we have three experienced ladies to
head fitt-ed here. We can fit you or
Our sl(e store, too, is f-ull of good s
Walk Over Shoes for men have n(
for more, but, there are mono better.
by the Imoft skilled workmen. Evoi
Hand turned, soft as at glove, GoodN
of these elegant Slhoes: overy pair ii
Ideal Shoes for
Visit our stort-s. Wo will givo y
spend with us.
w~itr days) are nIear at luud. w
E::very dljt1eparmn lull of~exc.1 is
of1 .\ln's O)verc,ats in I11i-;., li.
Onl a1ccount of1 the goouId ari
please. Fancy' Shawls andl Vasce
DIRECT FROM frmlt
iddU(Il mes prilit. \\ gum.m*af
oni every poir oft Bhlinket s or lingg
c'an show you the best assortmmni
FULL LINE WrM it son
to maui:tch, g!uaranu te(ud ail lcO
lbest mills :at oldl price*s.
FUJLL LINEJ 3 ChlildJre i
'our forlii \\'
1onof' IN wberry, S. C ., are now
opeC' , and the under('signed.l li asL LI..
vn> ol' (It egistraution for said townVI will
keepJ salid books( oJlenJ ('very day fro,in 9
:1- in-. iintil 5 p. mi. (SIundlays OXeept ed)
melluIdinlg the 7th day of h)'embher,
SuperIv isor oif R(Iegistra1tionu Tfown' of
NewbIerry, S. C.
SenLtember 7, 10:-.
, floor to ceiling
/ easy shopping
he qualities are
irelow, the clerks
e to make it to
to give us your
ze the fact that no house
>ds cheaper than our
crk A s- boLght at very
we ha-1.ve much cotton
vay undertoday's ruLing
t ho biolit of our fir: inkto puirehaso
> long as our pros--e.nt Htfwk hold out.
e t wbek at it. W*o are the leadorf O
s and Silks.
3 in thesee huos. In our
look after your MtoraftH. Got your
your littlo gir) in a boauitifil clonk.
bo,s for all.
suporior. Thetro art ihoos that sell
Thoy aro matdo of th hi) o,t matorial
y pair guatranto(d. \i hiat m11orn Could
s for Women,
ear wel , nwido ike it m n11II'f4, i1 sty]S
as our fruaritoo.
Boys and Girls.
mII Viluti roeivet for overy penny you
w.u \ B> remin CII ou I No 01 Iwe are
ortable a t ha "t tIt re,s .
d"A IV I X T(
.atrsI m mNany cet:ors- a
:ar si *nw e : 3 : andi l>r wi e rs
heli~ \\er1 bi ' preit em of the
eR ) ry b tl .'.
Sale of Personmal Property.
I903, I l ave a pubilic sle ol'
pers1~onal prety. tl , COnsist Iing or'i~ t evey.
.laing istaljy foutnde (tn aI well (etpieiJ
ltIatliont, whichi may not bet dIi;oe(
of riva tly beforee thatL tme. IBver v
Et.ing offere01 wVill be potsilviViy sol
vi thou t rtsertve. Sale willI take pltace
"OTrs strictly (nsh.