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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
- Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as second class matter.
FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1904.
The county campaign so far has
been pleasant and devoid of special
features. The candidates are a jolly
set and seem to be enjoying the heat
and the barbecue hash and all of them
'expect to be elected. It is good to
be hopeful and not to cross the bridge
of sighs until it is reached. Certainly
no man would go through all the
pleasures of a summer campaign
with its sunshine and barbecue meats
unless he expected the approval of his
It is stated in the dispatches from
St. Louis that three of the delegates
from South Carolina voted against
voting for Parker on the first ballot.
While they were not instructed the
sentiment of the convention which
sent them as delegates was very
strongly for Parker.
The crops in those sections of the
county where we have been during
the past few days are needing rain.
In some places there have been good
rains and the cotton is looking very
well and as a rule is in good condi
tion, but the corn crop generally has
the appearance of a very short yield.
The rains have been scattering and
unless good seasons come very soon
the crops are going to be short.
The News and Courier in a recent
issue noted with regret that Senator
Mower had withdrawn from the race
for re-election to the state senate
from Newberry county, and in its
issue of yesterday morning said:
"The Newberry Evening Telegram
says: *The News and Courier could
not have paid Mr. Mower a higher
compliment than it did' when it said
that -Mr. Mower has the satisfaction
of having served his people well.' It
is for this reason the News and
Courier regretted much to note the
fact that Mr. Mower had determined
to retire from the race for senator
fr6m Newberry county."
Newbery county has never had a
more careful or painstaking or more
able representative in the senate than
A musical organization has been re
cently formed by several young peo
ple of the town. It meets once a week
and is making. excellent music. The
present organization is as follows:
Miss Mazie Dominick, mandolin:
Miss Carrie Pool, violin; Miss Myra
Mower, violin; Miss Edna Hipp, pi
ano; Mr. Charles Hallnman, piccolo.
Of the Conditlis ofithe Newherry Saviigs
Bank at the Close of Busines Jill! 1,
Bills receivable.............$ 214,583.83
Furniture and fixtures.......1,900.00
Overdrafts secured and~ un
secured ................. 2,776.53
Due from banks............. 10,992.83
Cash and cash items........ 22,529.05
Profits (net)............... 23,406.52
Dividends unpaid........... 2,871.00
Bills payable................ 35,000.00
Deits......... ........... 143,704.72
Personally appeared before me, J. E.
Norwood, Cashier Newberry Savings
Bank, and made oath that the above
statement is true to the best of his
knowledge and belief..
J. E. Norwood, Cashier.
Sworn to before me this the 7th
day 6f July, 1904.
W. C. Tyree, N. P.S C.
Geo. S. Mower.
0. McR. Holmes.
Newcome-The Highstiles are a
Newcome-They belong to the
same set in society and so manage to
meet now and again.-Town Topics.
We will receive applications for
)ispenser and Clerk. for Town of
Newberry. S. C.. up to July 19th. at
tel o'clock a. m.. and will consider
same and elect At:gust 8th. 19o4, for
the term of one year. Applications
must be in legal shape.
J. P. Harnion.
J. R. Scurry.
Board of Control.
Notice is hereby given that the tin
lersigned. composing the Board of
jurv Commissioners for Newberry
Comty. State of South Carolina.
w ill on the r4th of July inst.. at nine
a. in., in the office of the Clerk of
Court for said County. openly and
publicly draw thirty-six jurors. to
serve as Petit jurymen. at the Au
gust term of Court of General Ses
sions for Newberry County. Begin
ning August ist, 1904. and continuing
for one week.
Jno. L. Epps.
William W. Cromer,
Jno. C. Goggans.
Clerk of Court.
July 2nd. 1904.
For St. Phillips school. Male.
Term 6 months. Salary $40 per
month. Apply to
R. C. Sligh.
The trustees and patrons of
Vaughnville school will meet oi the
first Satu:day in August at 3 o'cl-.k 1
to elect a teacher for the next school
term. The school will run 8 to 9
months. Applications must be sent
to the below trustees.
C. A. Brooks
A. A. Madden.
H. M. Boozer.
There is nothing that gives a man
more comfort in hot weather than good
shirts that fit well and are made well.
We have the leading styles of pat
terns in the "Manhattan" and "The
Regent." .As they show the new things
we bring them out for you.
If you want to be in the style when
you go away from home this summer
get one of our new straw hats. They
are correct in style and the best that
are made at tihe price.
We get our shoes, or a good many of
them from the largest shoemakers in
the world. They are good wearers and
if you buy them once you will want
them again: and then we have Ban
nister's fine shoes that satisfy the men
who wear the finest and best that are
The best line of men's furnishings in
the city. Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs,
Suspenders, and a large line of Men's
Pants. Come and see us often. Tell
your friends about us.
AL C. JONES, PrDitr
THIS IS THE FREEZER p
YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
IT TURNS EASILY, MJXES
(TAKES ONLY THREE
A CHILD CAN OPERATE Ir.
F. A. SCHUM PERT,
Sec'y and Treas.
New Art and
A full line of various
articles. Anything you
need from writing pens
to trunks. All new and
fresh goods-. Anything
exceptGROCE RI ES
and DRY GOODS.
Come and see me
before buying in
Scholarship & Entrance
The Examination f:r the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 8th, at
9 A. M. Applicants must not be less
than fifteen years of age. When schol
arships are vacated after July 8, they
will be awarded to those making the
igest average at this examination.
.holat ships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next .ession will open
September 21, 1904. For further in
formation and catalogue address
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
The Commercial Bank
. of Newberry, S.C.
INVITES THE ACCOUNTS
INTEREST PAID IN SAV
PROMPT AND COURTEOUS
TREATMENT TO ALL.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
Jno. M.' Kinard, President.
0. B. Mayer, Vive-President.
Z. F. Wright, Cashier.
Shingles! Shingles! Shingles!
200,000 Shingles just1
received, FOR SALE
CHEAP, also Lumber
and Laths, Rough or
Houses Built on short
notice. SHOP WORK
such as Mantles, Doors
and Window Frames
a specialty. Repairing
of all kinds...
Shop in front of jail.
Newberry, S. C.
more in th
all who wi
1 "The depart
* sure that we
+ We have a
:ing Hats, Hat
+ Prices awa:
and see for yi
Our lines of W
* Light Woolen Dre
evening wear, Hos
* all right. Nice lin<
Come and see ut
You can 2,000 f
Buy a 3,o00f
+ HOME 5,ooof
+ Anywhere And Fi
in the You can
U nited You pay
*States. send for
+ Standard Guarant
1323 Main Street.
Responsible Agents want
AT THE RUSSEL
Will find a full line of
Vegetables, Tobacco, Cigars,
in the grocery line come to sei
Feet, Columbia River Salmon,
things usually kept in a first-i
goods and my prices are right.
you right. Mail orders filled
notice. I will give you the v<
monev as it is possible for thel
me. B~e sure to find the place, tl
$00 BANK DEPOS]
Board at Cost. Write Ou
:hat we have:
is line than:
to enter on
sh their late:
ment is in com-,
s, and we feel
fine lot of walk-+
s for Dress and,
v down. Come.
hite Goods, Muslins,
ss Goods, Goods for +
iery,Gorsets, etc, are
s of Neckwear.
r $ 7-50 per month.
r i5.oo per month.
)r 22-50 per month.
)r 30.oo per month.
)r 37-50 per month.
ve per cent. simple interest.
pay off the loan at any time.
pay off any portion of it at any time.
only 5 per ct. on the actual amount.
from year to year.
A. H.KOH N,
nt for Newberry County.
iffice in Herald and News Office.*
and Trust Comnpany..
H c.sEGU R, -
al Agent for South Carolina.
Columbia, S. C.
ed in each county.*
L OLD STAND YOU
roceries, Confectioneries, Fruits,
&c. When in need of anything
me and try some of my Boneless Pig
Seaquads and Tripe and other nice
:lass Grocery Store. I have got the
I will appreciate your trade and treat
promptly; goods delivered on short
ry best goods you can buy for as little
n to be sold at and live. Come to see
e Russell old stand.
DICK ER T,
d.l For Sale by
O' C. H CANNON.