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E. H. AULL. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as second class matter.
TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1904.
Parker and Davis.
The democratic ticket, put out by
the national democratic convention
in sessiot. inl St. Louis last week. is
Alton Brooks Parker, of New York,
for president, and Henry G. Davis, of
West Virginia, for vice-president. It
is a go:d ticket, and the democrats
-have bright prospects to win in the
approaching presidential election.
For some time there has been
little doubt of Judge Parker's nomina
tion for the presidency. The Parker
wave had swept from one end of the
country to the other and the conven
tion, in making the nomination, but
ratified the choice of the democrats
throughout the country.
Davis, who was nominated for vice
president. is little known. but his
nomination on first ballot is an evi
dence of the confidence which the nat
ional congress of his party reposed in
him. He is a former United States
senator from hi; state.
We prophesied Judge Parker's
nomination many weeks ago. He was
the logical candidate. because he was
a good and true democrat and because
he has the best chance to win.
We are gratified that the southern
delegates took so prominent and in
fluential part in the recent democratic
convention. Williams and Tillman
and other southerners made them
selves felt in the councils of the par
Now for the election of Parker for
two terms and then the election of a
southern man on the democratic
John Sharp Williams. of Mississis
sippi, is one of the biggest men in the
democratic party and in the country
and he showed it in the St. Louis
We re-ret to note the death -of Ed
itor T. J. Drew of the Hartsville Mes
senger. He was a fine fellow and
much interested in his profession and
always stood for thuse things lie be
lieved to be for the best interests oi
his people. Only a few wveeks ago he
was one of our party to the World's
Fair. To his wife and children we ex
tend our sympathy.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Newberry Land and
Security company will be held at city
council chamber on Tuesday. Jnly 19.
1904, at 8:30 o'clock. p. m.
John M. Kinard,
The patrons and trustees of Ex
celsior school will meet July 25th, at
3 o'clock. to elect trtustees, and an ex
perienced male teacher for the next
school term. The school to run six
months. at a salary of $5o.oo per
month. Applications sent to either
of undersigned trustees.
* ~ A. M. Counts.
J. A. C Kibler,
3. C. Singley,
He Told Her the Worst
-"Doctor." said the beautiful young
wman who had become the wife of a
rich old man. "tell me the worst. I
will be brave and try to hear it."
Leading her gently from her suffer
ing husband's beside the doctor an
"Nerve yourself. then, for a terrible
shock. He's going to get uel."-Chi
What can be said of the denenr
acy of a party that has noway to turn
for presidential material sav'e to
Roonem-lt.-Pickens Sentinel Journal.
Prior to taking stock
we are having a Mid
Sale, to close out all of
our Summer goods.
During this sale we
are giving our profits
to our customers. The
greatest bargains of
the season are now to
be found in our store.
We have at least five
thousand dollars worth
of goods that should
have been sold at a
small profit before July
Ist and as they have
been sold at a profit,
we must give you the
profit and let them go,
rather than carry them
over. We commenced
on the 6th inst and in
tended to close on the
16th but we failed to
get our advertisement
in Friday's paper and
we have now decided
to continure thi ssale
until Saturday July 23
and instead ;of giving
25 per cent off on some
lines and 10 per cent
on others, we are go
ing to give you 25 per
cent off of everything,
except Earl & Wilson
Collars and Cuffs,
Manhattan white shirts
Cluett Peabody & Co.
White Shirts and Col
lars and Cuffs, John B.
Stetsen & Co. fine Hats
the most of these are
contract goods and if
we break the price we
cannot buy them again
but you have a world
of goods to select from
at our sacrifice price
25c off of Men's, Wo
men's and children's
shoes Men's and Boys'
colored shirts, Sum
mer Underwear, Um
brellas, Overalls, Pants
iery, Neckwear and
It will pay you to get your shoes
fo the fall during this sale as there
will positively be no such bargains~
offered again this year. The sooner
you come the better selection you
will have. We would like to close out
the balance of our clothing in one lot
and during this sale we will sell our
suits of clothing at 25 per cent le1
than New York Cost.
To those who will buy in lots of
One Hundred Dollars or more we will
give 33 t-3 per cent off New York4
Cost or we will close the balance we
have left--about Si.ooo-at 3U pet
cent New York Cost. This is an oppor
tunit for country merchants to buy
god: they can more than double
heir noney. Come and see us often
at Ewart-Piier Co.. old(1 d.
A. C. JONES, Prsi~o.
WM. F. EWART,.
DR I E. CRIMM,
Recognized Specialist in Refraction.
If vou or our ciild have trouble
with your eyes d.t it is the oppor
tUnity1 t( "o ll
)R. I. E. CRIMM1
A CAREFUL EXAMINATION
Is necessary bef(ire glasses can be
ground to it both eyes. 11uying glass
eC aS V I wuI ld a pair of shoes don't
do with your sight. We will test your
eyes and adjust perfect fitting glasses
at a reasonable cost.
Dr. Crimin will reiain in Ne\wberry
for ten days only-from Wednesday.
July 13th. to Saturday. July 23d
positivey n,- lnger. Office with Dr.
T. W. Smith, over postoffice.
THE NEW WOOD FINISH.
WEARS LIKE IRON.
It makes old floors, front. doors,
-.-ood work, oil cloth, linoleum and
furniture look like new.
For Sale By
F. A. SCHUMPERT,
Sec'v and Treas.
*New Art and
Afull line of various
articles. Any thing you
need from writing pens
to trunks. All new and:
fresh goods. Anythingl
except G R OCE RI E S
and DRY GOODS.
Come and see me~
before buying in
Shingles! Shingles! Shingles!
200,000 Shingles just~
received, FOR SALE
CHEAP, also Lumber
and Laths, Rough or1
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 this
we care to
all who wish
+ sure that we ca
* We have a fin
+ ing Hats, Hats f
* the perquisites
+ Prices away c
$ and see for yout
* Our lines of White
+ Light Woolen Dress
evening wear, Hosiery
* all right. Nice lines o
* Come and see us.
Si.ooo for $ 7
You can 2.ooo for i;
4 ,ooo for 22
* uya4,000 for 30.
* HOM E 5.ooo for 37
* Anywhere And Five Pe
o in the " C;1 P"iy
SYou can pay of
nited Youpay only :
You owe frorr
+States. Send for Pros
* Agent fo
*Standard Guaranty ai
1323 Main Street.
Responsible Agents wanted in
AT THE RUSSELL C
Will find a full line of Gro
Tegetabes, Tobacco, Cigars, &c.
n the grocery line come to se. me a
eet, Columbia River Salmon, Sea<
ings usually kept in a first-class
oods and my prices are right. I wil
ou right. Mail orders filled prom
iotice. I will give you the very be
noney as it is possible for them to 1
ne. Be sure to find the place, the Ru~
JACOB L D
THE HONEST GF
0 BANK DEPAS
it we have
fore offer *
nt is in corn
and we feel.:
e lot of walk-:
>r Dress and e
theref or. $
town. Come +
Goods, Muslins, *
aoods, Goods for *
, orsets, etc, are
50 per month.
oo per month.
,go per month.
oo per month.
5o per month. .
r cent. simple interest. *
ff the loan at any time.
any portion of it at any time. *
per ct. on the actual amount.
year to year.
n Herald and News Otlice. +
id Trust Conpany.,
gent for South Carolina.
Columbia, S. C.
LD STAND YOU
eries, Confectioneries, -Fruits,.
When in need of anything
Lnd try some of my Boneless Pig
Luads and Tripe and other nice
Grocery Store. I have got the
Iappreciate your trade and treat
ptly; goods delivered on short
st goods you can buy for as little
e sold at and live. Come to see
ssell old stand.
Oc :YM AN.
For Sale by