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VOL. XLII. NO. 117 NEWBERRY., S. C.. TUESDAY OCTOBER 3, 1905. TWICE A WEEK, $150 YEAR
TO ENFORCE PROHIBITION
taw and Order League to be Orgai
Another Meeting to be Held
In Two Weeks.
In response to the call which w
issued by Mr. W. I. Heribert a mee
ing was.-held in the court house ye
terday looking to forming a law ar
or<der league in Newberry, the ma
purpose of which is the suppression <
Mr. R. T. C. Hunter was elect<
president and Mr. W. H. Walla<
The- president explained the 6
ject of the meeting to be the enforc
ment of law. It was the duty of a
good citizens to obey and enforce a
laws, but as we had just voted out ti
dispensary we should be especial:
zealous in our eforts to enforce tl
Mr. A. C. Jones and Mr. A. H. Kof
and Rev. W. L. Seabrook spoke
favor of organization. Rev. J. A. Slig
wasalso in favor of organization but
order to acomplish anything you mu
interest every good eitizen.
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer also spoke
fator 'of organization. That the
were certain social wrongs again
society which were just as mu<
wrongs as wrongs against the in
vidual but in order to carry out a la
against them you must get the c,t
munity interested. He favored a cor
mittee of three from dach townsh
and one executive committeemanfro
No driftwood, hum(
linaN and the best bou
to .the back. both floo
no More reliable go
9 .'clock we start the
We are going to do the Br<
aaority of people want the b
54 in., elegant quality, sm<
Broadcloth, the colors the vel
'54 inch, the standar d $1.0
price is only 75c. yd.
You can judge the strent
stock, We don't believe our
The best 54 in. Black Bro
pieces to select from placed
Mlohairs, Sicillan, Heavy
all leading,~ up--to-date Black
to make things lively, take)y
Mimnaugh's where dollars d~
Mr. Sligh favored this except he
. wanted the organization by school
Mr. Arthur Kibler said he had not
come out to say anything. He thought
any law that could not be enforced in
the ordinary way ought not to be on
s the books but he moved the appoint
ment of a committee of five to draft
a consitution and by laws and report
to an adjourned meeting.
n i'Mr. Jones said they were all after
the same thing he was but he wanted
to enforce the law against gambling
as well as liquor and other things.
'e It was finally agreed to appoint a
committee of three from each town
ship and to meet two weeks from yes
I terday to perfect the county organiza
tion, said convention to be composed
of one delegate from ea:h local or
y Township No. i-Arthur Kibler, A.
C. Jones, Geo. B. Cromer.
'No. 2-B. F. Cannon, A. J. Gibson,
n J.'D. Nance.
n !No. 3-John Henderson, J. H. M.
h Ruff, W. D. Hardy.
n No. 4-Jno. W. Scott, J. K. S. Ray,
st Jno. M. Suber.
No. 5-S. B. Aull, -W. C. Sligh, Jas.
in B. Reagin.
e No. 6-Sam Boozer, Henry Hen
drix, J. B., Smith.
No. 7-H. T. Fellers, J. S. Domi
nick, R. S. Boizman.
2. No. 8-H. 0. Long, I. H. Boulware,
.I. P. Cannon.
ip No. g-S. J. Kohn, J. B. Stockman,
n I J. D. Quattlebaum.
Irum, old-fashioned way
ght stock in Newb=rry, w
rs, a distance of 1,000 fee
Is than rests upon our shi
>gdcloth business of the town, tl
ist cloth for the price.
>Oth and firm, will not rough, a re
-y best, all shades, at special the 3
0 cloth, soft rich, genteel shades,
th of any dry goods store by its
s has an equal in this section.
adcloth you ever saw for 98c.:
>n sale for quick selling.
Panama Cheviots, Serge and Shal
Goods, some 54 in. wide and wdrt
-our choice this week for 49c.
> double duty.
The Tremendous Array of Hanc
Skirts, Rain Coats, Jackets and
fully; you can't conscientiously
any stand point, I will make yoi
I lot 44 inch fancy mixed Cll
75c. special, only 49c.
1 lot 52 inch Mohairs, brown,
Special 38 inch all wool h
cake taker for only 47 l-2c. the
pay you to co
-est and Clh
No. io-T. J. Wilson, L. I. Epting
W. P. Counts.
,No. ii-Benj. Halfacre, B. M. Set
zler, W. H. Folk.
The committee to prepare by law
is composed of J. A. Sligh, Geo. B
Croff1er. A. H. Kohn.
The convention will be held agail
on the 22 of this month in the cour
house at i o'clock.
Death of Mrs. Shackleford.
Mrs. W. M. Shackleford, after
long illness, died at her home in New
berry on Friday at i o'clock. Mrs
Shackleford was a Miss Pope ani
first married Mr. Richard Wickei
She is survived by her husband, Mr
W. M. Shaakleford and five childrej
an done gister, Mrs. Harriet Lane.
Interment was had at Rosemon
Saturday afternoon the funeral beinj
conducted by Rev. S. H. Zimmermar
Bank At Glymphville.
Dr. W. N. Glymph, vice presiden
of the Rice Drug company, of thi
City, has been elected president of th
GIymphville Loan and Trus7 compan;
of Glym-phville, S. -C., a new conceri
that will shortly start into busines!
Dr. Glymph, who is a son of the lat
A. Y. W. Glymph, is a young man o
fine business qualities and financia
ability. For the last six years he --ha
been a resiednt of the city and for th
last two years has been identified wit,
the firm of the Rice Drug oompan3
He has many friends who wish hir
an -abundance of success in h.is neN
capacity. The capital stock of th
of doing business here
e can save you money
t. It's jammed full of
alves. We mean to <
hiat is if the Nvri
gular $1.50 We have
rd. only 98c. largest.fact:
Mimnaugh's our custom
/ diction that
Black Goods money do~
- shoes for a
yd. 100 full
ik Skin, and W e
h 75c. JustWeke
Meet me at the second
ite You to
Isome H ats, StyLish Silks and
Cloaks. After looking throug]
say that we are showing the gr
i a present of a ten dollar bill
eviots, just the thing for a nobi
blue, green, gray and black,
eavy smooth Venetian, in all th
me fifty mile
- ank will be $5.ooo. The corporators
are all ,brothers, and the following
- compose the firm: Dr. W. N. Glymph,
president; E. L. Glymph, secretary
s and treasurer; G. Cleveland Glymph,
and John F. Glymph.-Union Times.
Real Estate Transferred.
t Spartanburg, September 29.-Yes
terday two deeds were filed in the
office of the clerk of court, with
instructions to record immediately.
a They were dated about the first days
- of August, being a few days differ
ence in the dates. The first was made
: by T. C. Duncan to Mrs. L. W. Cole
man, conveying -his interest, $33,333,
in what is known as the Palmetfo
i block-eight lots to Mrs. L. W. Cole- i
man. The other was from same to
t same, conveying his interest in the
,. court house block, value $io,ooo.
Mrs. Coleman has lived in Charles
ton for several years, but 'her home
is in Seneca. She is a sister of T. C.
e Usually Crowded.
y Mimnaugh does things that bring
i people to his establishment and when
. they go once they continue to.go. It
e is heavy advertising that directs the
f tide toward 'his doors, but it is the
J fact that he does what he advertises
s that makes regular customers ouE of
e the people who simply look in out of
b curiosity. He is advertising a tre
imendous array of values in this issue.
3 His floor room amounts to about 7,000
Y square feet and he needs more for
e such a tremendous stock.
With the biggest stor
on all kinds of merchant
tempting merchandise, C
eep this work lively, an
1 our history have we had sucli
them in all grades for all kinds
>ries in the United States. Non<
ers saf "none as good." We as
we have rnore shoes than any t
sell more, and if there is any adva
n, it's on our side. So don't res
Clotbing and Fu
our Men's, Boys' and Children'
floor Men's and Boys' Hats, Cai
tugs, Blankets, Comforts, and a s(
Dress Materials, Tailor-Made
i our Tremendous Stock care
eatest stock in Newberry from
>y street.suit worth every cent of
v'orth 75c. special, 49c.
.e leading shades and black. A
s to buy your
ore of Newi
EUGENE S. WERTS
Elected Clerk and Treasurer of City
Council to Succeed Thos. 0.
At a meeting of the city council
held yesterday morning Mr. Eugene:
S. Werts was elected clerk and treas
urer to succeed Mr. Thos 0. Stewart,
There were five applicants for the
'Mr. Stewart resigns to take a po
sition on the road to travel for an
Atlanta house which deals in rubber
'Mr. Werts served is county super
intendent of education for two years
and was last year a candidate for
He is polite, courteous and obliging
and naturally popular and will make
an efficient officer.
A meeting of survivor's of Co. G.
13th S. C. V. was held in Prosperity
on Saturday, September 30.
An organization of the sons and
daughters of Co. G. was effected by
electing the following officers: E. W.
Werts, president; T. B. Hawkins,
vice president; T. J. Wilson, secretray.
A committee of three was appointed
on membership. Addresses were
made by Messrs. Lumpkin and Wes
ton of Columbia. A basket picnic was
given and much enjoyed in the grove
near the church. The association
will meet at the call of the president.
e in upper South Caro
ise from the front door
xnd the land -produces
d Tuesday morning at
an enormous stock of shoes.
of people. We buy from the
Shave any better, and many of
sert without any fear of contra
g'o stores in this section. We
rtage in buying and paying the
t urntil you get here for all the
s Clothing up stairs. Al'so on
s, Odd Pants of all kinds, Art
lid car load of Trunks.
)erry. S. C.