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E. H. AULL. RDTOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as second class matter.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2.
The Spartanburg Journal is ad
vising the people of Spartanburg to
buy everything they can in their own
town. "Our citizens, and especially
our women," it says, "ought to buy
everything they can in Spartanburg
instead of sending off for it. Do not
assume without investigating that
you cannot get what you want here.
We have no doubt that many a dollar
has been sent to the great cities to
make purchases when the identical
articles could have been bought at a
Spartanburg store for the same or
less money, also saving the express
charges. Money sent away from
here never comes back, and the com
munity is impoverished just to that
extent. If you spend your money in
Spartanburg you may have a chance
to make it back some day."
The Journal speaks truth and itF
words are just as applicable in New
berry as in Spartanburg. This is the
same doctrine we have been preach
ing for many years. The citizen oi
Newberry who sends out of Newber
ry for something he could buy her(
for the same money or possibly less.
impoverishes the town just to tha.
extent. Buy everything you can in
Newberry. What helps the towr
helps every citizen.
Bring the Power to Newberry.
The books of subscription will
be opened on December second
to the capital stock of the Parr
Shoals Power company, of Newberry,
the corporators being H. L. Parr,
Z. F. Wright, W. G. Horseal, C. H.
Cannon, W. K. Sligh and A. L.
Scott. The company will develop
the great water power on Broad river,
near Peaks. furnishing electric cur
rent for such cities and towns as may
desire it, and which may guarantee
to use enough of the current to jis
tify carrying it to them.
We hope Newberry will be among
the cities to which the current will be
carried. There are many enterprizes
here which could use it to advantage,
and it would build others, aiding in
the rapid growth and development
of Newberry as few other things have
done during the past number of
We are certain the people of New
berry realize the great importance of
this matter, and that every enterprise
in Newberry which can use the cur
rent to advantage will give its a,ctive
support and encouragement to the en
deavor to bring this power to New
berry. Newberry needs it. Our
cotton mills and other manufactur
ing enterprises, and every business
enterprise in Newberry can help to
brinz it here.
The Greenville News says that "the
unexpected adjournment of the Pat
terson murder trial in New York
will revive the discussion of the ad
visability of swearing an extra jurol
to serve in the event of one man be
ing disabled. All the work must be
gin again, and it frequently happens
in cases of less importance. Either
the state or the defendant is likely
to profit by the termination of the
trial, and as a general rule the pros
ecution feels the bad effect because
its side is exposed, thus leaving anple
time for new and manufactured evi
dence for the defense before the sec
ong hearing begins. Still, this is
a matter for judicial consideration."
While there are some good argu
emnts on both sides of the question.
it does seem that sonie plan could
be devised under which it would not
be necessary to adjourn a trial on
account of the illness of one juror.
We regard it a mistake on the part
of the voters of Newberry, or rather
an accident to have left Col. Aull off
the delegation. We can't believe
they meant it. In our view and we
mean all we say, he was one of the
ablest members of the last legisla
ture in either end of the capitol.
E. H. Aull, of Newberry, is now a
private citizen, his membership in the
state. lislte hang expired. The
Herald and News and Mr. Aull alone
are the gainers, while the South Car
olina legislature is the sufferer. El
bert Aull is one of the biggest-heart
ed men in the state-a gentleman.
Col. E. H. Aull, editor of the New
berry Heraild and News, announced
last week that he was a private citi
zen, as the terms of members of the
general assembly begin on Monday
following the general election. Col.
Aull was a member of the house of
representatives for two years, and
Newberry never had a better repre
sentative. He did more than any
man they've ever sent from that coun
ty. and it only justice to him to say
There Were No Profits.
'Pa," said the speculator's son, ac
cording to an exchange, "I want some
money for a little speculation."
"I am pleased, my boy," returned
that father, as he fished a sovereign
from his pocket, "to see that you are
taking an interest in the business af
fairs of life. Now, I won't ask you
what this speculation is, but I will
go halves with you on it. I will
furnish the money and you engineer
the deal. asd we will go halves on the
profits. Of course, if there are none.
I lose my money and you your time."
"All right, pa. I'll w-ike the invest
ment today and report progress to
"The next evening, when the father
returned home. he inquired about the
"No good!" was the sententious re
ply of the youth.
"No good?" exclaimed the old man
"Yes, no good." replied the boy.
"Never saw such decline in stock in
my life. Shrunk quite out of sight. It
was a good investment yesterday
goods worth their face value-but
today you couldn't give them away."
"But for heaven's sake, George,
what did you invest in?"
"Theatre tickets for last night's
The old man thought very hard for
a time, and then expressed himself to
the effect that the boy was fitted
for a company promoter rather than a
Although Saxony is a small coun
try and ranks merely as one of the
petty states of Germany. yet the
rown jewels belonging to the reign
house are perhaps the richest and
finest of any monarchy in Europe.
save, possibly. Russia, and not least
among the sacrifices that have fallen
to the harsh lot of the ex-Saxon
Crown Princess. is the knowledge
that she will never be able to adorn
herself with these superb crown
jewels, of which she would have had
the use had she become queen of
Saxony. The jewels are kept in the
royal treasury. situated in the socall
ed "green vaults" of the royal palace
at Dresden. One glass case contains
nothing but magnificent sapphires.
the largest a present from Peter, the
Great. Another case is devoted to
emeralds, most of which are superb,
while rubies-one of them 48 carats
and another 59 carats-fill a third
glass case. The gala decorations of
the full dress of the former electors
of Saxony consists of buttons. col
lar, sword, hilt and scabbard all of
diamonds, three of the stones in the
epaulettes weighing 5o carats each.
But the gem of mose unique interest
and singularity is a green brilliant
weighing 40 carats, prized rather for
the rarity of its color than for its
A man talls a girl he will tell her
the whole story of his ife, sighs,
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NOTICE OF OPENING BOOKS
Pursuant to a commission issued
to us as corporators of the Parr
Shoals Power company, of Newber
ry. S. C., books of subscription to the
capital stock of the said proposedl
corporation will be opened on the 2(1
of December, 1904, at Commercial
H. L. Parr.
WV. G. Houseal.
C. H. Cannon.
WV. K. Sligh.
A. L. Scott.
Wlhen a girl isn't In society she can
always comfort herself by thinking
how awfully popular she would be if
i AMITY LODGE, No. 87, A. F. M.
A regular communication of Amity
Lodge. No. 87. A. F. M., will be held
next Monday evening at 7 o'clock in
Masonic Hall. Visiting brethren
Annual election of officers.
Members will please come prepared
to pay their annual dues.
Geo. S. Mower, W. M.
J. H. M. Kinard, Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of registration of the Town of
Newberry, S. C., are now open, and
the understgned as Supe.rvisor of Reg
istration for said town, will keep said
books open every day from 9 a. m.,
until 5 p. m. (Sundays excepted), in
cluding the 1st day of December, igo4.
T. 0. Stewart,
Supervisor of Registration.
September 5, i9o4.
4t T and F.
I forbid any person or persons
harbaring or hiring Jack DeValut or
harboring or hiring Jack DeVault or
with me until December i. i9o5.
Geo. -F. Krell.
Dr. R. M. Kennedy,
Newberry, - - S. C.
OVER NATIONAL BANK.
in the City.
This is what we have to say
about our Men's Furnishing
Goods, Shoes, Hats, Trousers,
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and
Gloves. D6n't hesitate a mo
mernt about where you will buy.
When you need anything in
our line we are prepared to
serve you with the best that
are made, and our prices are
always the lowest.
New Hats, New Shoes, New
Pants, New Umbrellas, New
Under wear received in the last
ten days. Some of these are
the second and third re-orders
already this fall, showing the
way the people like our goods.
.we are already receiving our
Gloves. Handkerchiefs and
Silk Umbrellas, suitable for
Christmas presents for your
friend and for your own use.
We give you a special cash dis
count of five per cent, on all
purchases of ten dollars and
over at one time. Come and
see us often. We appreciate
your business, and are in busi
ness to secure your confidence
an save you money.
A. C. JONES,
The Up-to-date furnisher,
Under Newberry Hotel.
Newberry' S. C., Nov. 10, 1904.
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