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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
E ntered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as second class matter.
TUESDAY JULY 18, 1905.
E:vervthiing seem:ls . tre(1 in
this state. Over here in 1)arlington
the failure of a big cotton Iii co 'mpany
and a trust c,Iptnly tt illowed by'
the suici(le Ir th:e *nrler the ft-r
Trter ire i leni :icl a m11emb'11er f mne
:tlhe m ils: irt ,iil:ilei:i lla1m l l:'. ii t
:sta:e. Ov"er in Greenville the inves
t; a tin u f the ~tlice If the county
savervisotr hi re Iited ihe arre0:
(:" ii T 'N\IlT \Va-? Culr<i ii2 lie i
an( the statement ther:: t""e won!d h<
c:fltr arre-tN i tlt U. T1 . w
11ave tile dr i
w\VthI the suggestion that -~i1et._in
was ging ti, dr ip. \\~hat is :ht
matter: Is it all a result -i :i t
strenuous life we are leading and th(
strenulus age in which we are living
or what does it all mean.
Death of Mrs. Susan E. Turnnipseed
.\rs. Susan E. Tnrnipseed (lied ai
the home tf \!r. George Johns:on<
Sa:trdav mig. ~\r". Turnip.
seed was born near Cross Hill, daugh
ter of William \Vrighf and Susar
Ward. Her tother died when sh<
was six vears old. She "then went tc
live with her aunt. MIs. Glenn, ir
Un!ion county. where she remainec
till the death of her father two year
later. She attended school at Cokes
bury. S. C.. and from there came tc
live with her aunt. Mrs. E. R. Stuari
She was married to Capt. Georg<
Turntipseed in 1863. who died in i866
She then with her aunt. Mrs. Stuarl
moved to Greenville where she re
mained until a few years ago. wher
she returned to Newberry to make
Is Advertised F
Sale is Pending
age of the Peoj
ty, by Giving ti
thing in our St(
be bought for i
We Oiler Our
Including all I
and all Not
This is a
Niothinig Will Be Reserved.
ler ho1e. hec.immg a membe r 'f mlr. -2
Geo.rg-e jt,hnstonae's family. ?1
.\l-r. Turnipsee( was paralyzed
.\ugu 1 .1;. 104. and remained so till
the time of her death. She u;as a
memb11er t,f :he lHapti -t church.
'h: iuneral rer\ice were -n t-li
. i thle fliii.t cIiV iirctL ..
:atter., 1n. ai:er wh'ichi :'n..'T?:me:n w1as(
L di ill i '-elI! !C :Ut c er '.
fhe members of the .invelile mis- g
;.nary s,,ciety ~f Cen1trai churchI
'erc gi.VCi a Incial meeting by the
lady manager-s at the I,me I 1rs. C
i. A\. \\hite in Satur(iay aftern nil.
T Iie were 1)ian' 11'b \i
R egina: \\i'iia ,. Sara \\ b e. :Earn
eilin T\\ci ker. a t . y i".t:a
!* !' I ! :* ; c :!a i c
ami t !.eril \ \ e .u , ":l (ti tea
pread ~n tIe saldy la\wi. ThI c et 1
n~ hnor was little Miss imi\y Sires e
irn :he Epworth Orphanage wi1 is
enityVing a Vacati~n i the hIomne1 of
.\ rs. \\hitc. n
This society is composed if thirty
active w'rkers fr,m 4 t~ 1i years f I
age. wh, gav last year S33.6o of 1
which. Sio.oo g 'es t~\w"ard the sup-la
r)rt of a missinary in Brazil.
Deputy Sheriff A. R. Sullivan re-i
turned Monday with Mack Workman.
colored, an escaped convict from the
chain gang. The negro was caught e
in Saluda by Sheriff Buford of New
berry. Wrkman killed another negro
on Mr. Hugh Workman's place about
five years ago. and was serving his
I sentence when he escaped from the
gang. But like his brothers in black
crime who have tried the escaping
game, he couldn't stay escaped from v
the wide-eyed and wide-eared Lau- a
rens and Newberry high officials. p
They don't have to depend on blood- a
OF TH E
or Sale in Bulk, a
We Have Deter
>n of the Ever t
de of Newberry,
~em an Opportun
)k at Much Lest
ow on any Mark<
Entire Stock F
ions and F
Nothing Charged and No Gol
oundS either It. ,cent a negr' crin
a]-ther sie] fo(r themelive-.
Clearance Cash Sale.
Ilair and I1Iavird are g ing tl start
n Thnll-,dav thi" weCk a .1nine I
caranc C aIh t 1:. T er ad a e l car,
:c..nize thi.. a- a gennie clearanIce
i>Vie..;\ n h nee-d and wants
arg:11s need- tnly a little cash t
et a big 1 t of staple go -ds. Read
eir ad and c, nvincc y(urself
.L. BLEASE AND THE G. M. I.
ewberry Champion of the Dispen
sary Has Strong Faith.
I ,n. ':e. ! .. I e it :'. f N\e'veberiry.
: ' ta i1r>up siin a hl e s : lian pl !in
:! actilvitie:. was ii the city" tIIl;l y.
he -Ien:otr ir,-i Newberry c, unty
as his usual self-confident, dapper
tli. Ctol and debonair in imn-acilate
'aama ha:. natty gray snit ard shin
ig paten leathers.
-You want me to talk dispensary,
suppo)se. he said as -zoon as a news
aper man hailed him. "Well. T'm
diis)ensary man first. last and all
e time hetween. You know I'm th-e
cal. triginal and positively genuine
hampitn of the cause who arose
len nobody else had the nerve to
efend it on the stump. My faith
ow is just a little bit stronger than
ver, if such a thing is possible. What
re the people of Newberry going to
o about it Why, retain it. of course.
n-d by a good, healthy majority."
Lnderson Daily Mail.
Rev. T. C. Ligon. of Townville. is
isiting his brother. Rev. R. C. Ligon
t Smyrna. Rev. T. C. Ligon was
astor at Smyrna twenty-two( years
rnd While this
mined to Show
City and Coun
ity to Buy any
Than it can
t. In order to do this
or Ten Days,
)ds Sent Out On Approval.
petitors in s1
overall other SI
leader of foot-wee
when you wear t
Shoes and Oxfo
bones in the fo
fortable resting P
Shoes and Oxforc
< ned to fit every
them at REASOD
THE PLACE FOR R
) the condition of The
ewberry, S. C., at the c
30th, 1905. Published
A ct of the General'Assei
Notes discounted .. .. ..$267,427 48(
Furniture and fixtures ... 3,051 93
Due from Banks. .. .. ..38,97.6
Cash and cash items .. . 18,094 54 1
Personally appeared before me Z.
named bank who swears that the abo
of his knowledge and belief.
Sworn to before me-this 3oth day
Jno. M. Kinard.
L. WV. Floyd.
W. Hi. Hunt.
While it lasts it goes for:
Best Patent, Cotton,
Best Half Patent, Cott
Best Straight - -
We are having a big ru
to remind the public we
and summer goods, hav
nice new effects.
Don't be misled by loud adver
and red hot prices, and a comp
Moseley Bros. are in the lead. at
the place to trade. Some are ci
of. They are lust about getting
ioes makes it a
le perfect fitting
rds sold by the
one of the 26
At finds a com
lace. We have
is cleverly fash
foot, and sell
Commercial Bank of
lose of business June
in conformity with an
pital Stock. .. .. ...$ 5,00 0
)ivends unpaid. . . . . .2,473 00
ue Banks .. .. .. ....,291 83
interest paid) .....33,47831
-Discounts... .. .. .. 4,000 00
F. Wright, Cashier of the above
e statement is correct to the best
Z. F. Wright, Cashier.
of June 1905.
3. Y. McFall, Notary Public.
1 OF THAT
- -- $5.6O
- - - 4.65
n on Flour. We want
are leading in spring
'ing full line, knobby,
isements, we have the goods
arison will convince you that
ad for an all round bill, and is
tting prices 10 to 25 per ct
in line with our prices then.