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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
beWry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, January 30, 1906.
THE PRESS ASSOCIATION.
No Extended Trip to Be Taken This
Year-Meeting of Committee in
A meeting of the executive commit
tee of the State Press association was
held in the State Library, in Colum
bia on Thursday evening, to consider
the time for the next meeting of the
association, and also to discuss the
programme and other matters per
taining to the annual meeting. There
were present at -this meeting E. H.
Aull, president; Col. William Banks,
vice president; C. C. Langston, see
retary; August Kohn, treasurer. and
Mr. C. M. Galloway. Messrs. J. W.
Doir and J. P.. Gibson, members of
the legislature, also met with the ex
ecutive committee. It was decided
that the programme would be left op
en for a subsequent meeting of the
committee, inasmuch as there was not
a full attendance of the committee.
In view of the fact that it is not
probable that the association will un
1ertake an .extensive trip during the 1
summer, it was suggested that a short
trip be taken in connection with the
anual meeting, so that those members
who do not feel that they have the
time to spare from their offices, might
be able to unite a little outing with.
the annual meeting, and in view of
this suggestion, the president and see
retary were requested to arrange for
the annual meeting at some place out
side the state. The idea suggested
was that the meeting might be held
at some place like Ocean View or Old
Point Comfort, which could be reach
ed with as little expense and in the
length of time as almost any point
within the state, and in connection
with the annual meeting, those mem
bers who do not usually take the trip
could have the benefit of spending a.
few <days: at the seashore and of see-;
ing something of the country outside;
of South Carolina. In addition to
this, they would have an opportunity,
in case Ocean View or any point
around Norfolk was selected, to take
an advance view of the site proposed
Jamestown exposition.. This matter~
will be taken up at once and due no-:
tiee given of the conclusion reached,
so that all the members of the asso
ciation may make arrangements ae-.
. It is probable that the date for the.
annual mneeting will be fixed the lat
te'r part of August. so as not to- in
tierfeze with those member~s who de
sire to be at home during the progress
of the state, and county campaigns,
which will take place during the sum
* ):ISPENSARY PROFITS.
*The Comptroller General Makes Set
tlement. for Last Year,
Comptroller General .Jones has an
nounced the final distribution of the
-state dispensary profits ..or 1905,
which go to school funds of the va-.
rious counties. The following is a
statement of the division:
Abbeville.......-.-.. 3 --- 079 70
Aiken...... ...-..- 2S0
Anderson ............ 4560 75
Bamberg........-----. ...1467 75.
Barnwell .-- - - -......2425 10
Beaufort......-.--..1--- 380 S0
Berkeley .....- . .... 1866 65.
Chester.... ....------.. 2163 10.
Chetefeld .. .. .. ..1516 75
Clarendon.. ...-.. .. ...2 132 00:
Darlington ... .--2. 2003 25
Dorhester .... ..---. 1021 70
Edgefield...... ---------..2094 30.
Fairfield....-. ... . -..2511 60
Florence.........-.. 2 --- 231 60
Georgetown...... . 11-- -- 1 49 05
Grieenwood...- .....-..2 -- 2 31 50
lIamTpt(on ..-.-.-.-.-.-.- - - -
.ai n . .. .- -. 979 75
i..m... .. .. .- 996
Kewb(-rry .2 392 S5
Oconee 2086 40
Orangeburg. 4938 75
Pickens 1807 40
Richland ............ 3037 75
Saluda.. .......... 1835 45
Spartanburg ...... .... 3242 10
Sumter.. .......... 2440 45
Union .............. 2153 50
Williamsburg ........ 2316 15
York .............. 3497 :35
Total ..$...........100241 5)
Notice is hereby given that we. the
undersigned Jury Commissioners for
Newberry County, S. C., will on the
10th day of February, 1906, at nine
o'clock A. M. in the office of the
Clerk of Court draw the names of
thirty-six men who are to serve as
Petit Jurors for the court of Common
Pleas for Newberry County, S. C., be
Zinning February 26, 1906, and con
tinuing for one week.
John L. Epps,
William W. Cromer.
John C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
ounty, S. C.
January 29, 1906.
ENGLISH nainsook worth 20 ets. for
12 1-2 cents the yard.
Hair & Havird.
What is Bromonia?
Read the following carefully:
If you have consumption or
some of the contagious forms of
blood poisoning we cannot cure
you. We don't pretend to cure you.
You need the individual treatment
of some skilled specialist; but if
you are run down in general health
if you have dyspepsia, are subject
to fainting spells, a victim to in
somnia, biliousness, kidney or liver
trouble, catch cold easily, if your
system is in that condition that
you may become an easy prey to
the disease germs of pneumonia, la
grippe and the various epidemics,
if you are bothered with constant
headache, loss of memory, general
ly impaired vitality, we can help
you, and, if you follow our direc
tions, render you immune against
sickness. Most skin disease can be
cured~ by the use of "BROXO
-" BROXONIA" is to the human
system what the scrubbing brush
and soap are to the dirty wash
bowl. It aids Nature to resume
W. E. Pelham & Son guarantee
that, if you will write to The Bro
monia Co., New York, giving your
full name and address on the cou
pon at the bottom' of this column.
You will= receive a full size pack
age without any cost to you what
Write name and address plain
v. Be careful to address The Bro
monia Co., New York.... ....
FREE BROMONIA COUPON.
City ...y........ .... ....
State . . . . . . . . . - - . -
Street Address:...... ........
My disease is................
if you think Bromnonia is what
you need anfd do not care to send
coupon. you will find it at all first
lass dr$uggists 25 and 50 ets. the
bottle. Special sale being held by
W. E. Welham & Son, Exclusive
wolesale agents for Newberry,S.C.
Ehardt, Stewart & Wells, Mgrs.
WEDNESDAY, FE B. 7
MRen SDO&fr MerTy kusioll whir
The Rajak.of Shong
The EL-MORE SISTERS
'HE SHOW WITH ACTION
SEE THE MERRY NATIVE GIRL~S
HEAR THE WHISTABLE MUSIC
More Real Music
More Special Features
More Pleasing' Novelties
'han you eve-r enjoyed before
Always leave them laughing
D PwRI-CES: 25c, 0 75c. $1.0 $A ,1 O
Until my Semi-Annual
Clearance Sale Closes.
After January the 31 st my
sacrifice clearance sale of Fall
and Winter Clothing, Shoes,
Hats and Underwear will close,:
and if you haven't already se
cured some of the great bar
gains I am offering, you should
not delay seeing them and get
ting your share.
Among the special things I
would call your attention to are:
100 pairs Men's Pants at
$1.50, were $2.00.
100 pairs Cleveland Woolen
Mills Pants at $1.00, were
A good lot of Women's and:
Misses' Shoes, sizes 12 1-2 to
5 1-2, are shown in our win
dows at 75c., were $1.50.
Men's 4-in-hand Ties in our
windows at 25c., were 50c.
Overcoats that I have left at
$10.00 Overcoats for $6.67
$7.50 Overcoats for $5.00
The balance of our Men's
and Boys' winter clothing one-:
$15.00 Suits at $10.00
10.00 " " 6.67
; .44 7.50 " " 5.00
5.00 " " 3.67
:u3.00 " 2.00
Men's colored Shirts 2.5 per cent off
of our regular low cash prices. I want
to move them and make room for Spring:
goods. I have received this week a
good lot of our Men's Shoes for Spring..
Among them the Ralston Health Shoe
at $4.00. These shoes are made to corn
pete with $5.00 Shoes, and are very
popular wherever they are known by'
the trade. Come to see us of ten.
Good things coming for you every week.
A. C: JONES.
Newberry, S. C., January 25, 1905.
THE CORRECT FASHIONS
IN MEN'S WEAR FROM
HAT TO SHOES.
for tils Sprilly and Summer. are
trthfujj?ily pornayedVP( in this little
ar pnmarty~1~ inl(1Pded to .how yo
the netw styles in high-class to,-meas
ure-mnadle clothes as designed and
made by the world-renowned exelusive
B STERN & SON,
who execute all our work in their
splendidly equipped sanitaryv tailoring
shops, which are the largest in the.
world devoted exclusively to Men 's
.With their unsurpassed facilities
at our command, we are able to take
your o)rder for the highest class to
measure-made clothes at ext remely
moderate prices, and deliver to you
gaments faultless in fashion. fabric.
finish and fit.
You are cordially invited to come
here at your first opportunity to see
the large fashion plates of all the new
styles, and examine our immense col
lection of imported and domestic
worsteds and woolens, which we show
in a greater assortment of handsome
patterns and colorings than ever be
If you have never had your clothes
mae by us. try us this season; we will
save you money and give you gar
met thai wijll please you in ev ery
Newberry, S. C.
anuary 9, 1906.
c. & Q.
Notice is hereby given that we will
make a final settlement on the estate
of Jacob Singley, deceased, on Tues
day, the sixth day of March. 1906, at
1 o'clock. A. M.. in the Probate
Court for Newberry County. South
Carolina, and will immediately there
after apply for a final discharge as ex
ecutors of said deceased.
Geo. S. Mower.
J. C. Singley.
as surviving Executors of the last
will and testament of Jacob Singley.
Newbery, S. C.,
Jan'uary 29, 1906.
If your success comes in
a small way, save a part.
Small amounts soon yield
the large, if left in our Sav
ings Department. A sinal
sum, even a dollar, will
start an account and it's
here for you subject tc
your call at any time.
Four per cent. interest
"The Bank for Your Savings"
Two Solid We
8 Big Shows
The Barkoot Carnival Co.
Is the best institutionl of its kind on
the road and the attractions are all
lean and of an exceptionally high
order, among 'em, the following
Don't forget the Date,
January 22, to February 3rd.
[In the most-wonderful flying trap
:eze and head balancing act before
:the public. Each day at 2:00 and
77:30 p. m.
Gt off the earth by taking a ride
wwhich will afford you a mice view
of town and country.
Free Exposition C
d See . ..
r and Cuff Sets,
Frank R. Hunte
Real Estate, Stocks,
No. 1-One Dwelling house, 1-2 acre, oi
man's residence. A beautiful little cott;
No. 2-200 acres. Union County, 4 mi
acres under cultivation. No building. I
No. 3-300 acres, half mile from Jalapi
provements, good water
, No. 4-288 acres, 4 miles from Peak an
Railroad. Good roads, school near, sand;
No. 5- 87 acres, known as Crotwell's
180 acres in timber, two-room tenant ho
pounds lint, $10.00 per acre.
No. 6-479 acres, half mile from Maybi
two room tenant houses, two streams. I
No. 7-83 acres, all in pines, near May]
No. 8--One ten room dwelling house in
near Lutheran church, price $3,000.
No. 9-One ten room dwelling, two acr
No. 10-One two-story frame store rooi
No. 11-One four room cottage, half at
No, 12-One tract >f land, eight~ acres,
orchard, desirable 6-room residence and b
No. 13-Lot or tract in town of Newbe:
near the Ward, Mower and Todd propert
No. 14-A valuable building lot within
.fronts Boundary St., $1,000 cash.
INo. 15-One lot, 50x150 ft , at Molloho
dence combined, $-200.
No. 16-One 4-room and one 2-room col
lots 50x1.50 ft. each, $2,000.
No. 17-Two one-acre building lots, frc
No. 18-Two lots -known as the Floyd &
No. 19-One tract of land containing 1'
city. four good tenant houses, and one flu
No. 20-8-room residence, one acre lot,
[No. 21-One Lot fronting Main and Ca
district. A fine place for Livery business
No 22-One lot fronting Caldwell stree
building Price $1200.
No 23-One two and half acre Lot wit
bargain at $2500.
We have bought out Rowland G. Spear
tinue to serve the public by devoting our
If youA have anyth ing for sale you can't a
/ i()n ioU V.tocwh all buyers. We assure
cntiu t - hndle Stocks and Bocnds I
Ot lit o bis cov;er any s tck.4s. :Apply
Bnk Stocks that you may want to bur,
can buy it elsewhere.
Office over Summer Bros..
Newbery,SVery truly yours,
ks of Fiii am
WVhere will be seen some of the
people from the far East dressed in
their native costumes giving one an
opportunity of studying their cos
tumes. mode of living, etc. Never
before on exhibition.
Old Plantation Ministrels.1
WVill return you all your money's
worth in comic songs, dancing up
to-date gags, etc. One of the best
W\ith his thousands of different
reptiles, gives some wonderful per
formances. Educational and en
Greatest a.nd mYost mvagni1ficenlt
:tic moving pi!ctures, which wvill t
make vou hold your breath.
I Modern Wonders,
r & Company.
, Bonds and Mort
it and Sold.
i Calhoun street back of M L Spear
ige six rooms. Price $1400.00 Payable
les from Whitmire, on Railroad. 50
6.00 per acre.
t, S. C., plenty of timber, some im
d 4 miles from Pomaria, S. C., near
7 loam soil, plenty of water.
Lorance tract, 200 acres in cultivation,
use and outbuilding, rents for 3,400
nton, one six room dwelling and four
t bargain at $6.00 per acre.
>inton, good timber, $3.50 per acre.
Newberry, two acres, well improved,
es, High Point, Price $3,000
n on Main and McKibben Sts., price
:re, price 8650.
well improved, good garden and fi'e
arn and stables, price $2,500
cry, fronting Norman St., 2 1-2 acres,
y, good dwelling, only $1,700.
two blocks of public square, 60x82ift,
n Mill, containing jone store -and resi
:tage, well and barn, also 16 building
nting Main street, $500 each.
;Purcell lots, $60 each.
acres of well improved land, patly in
ie residence in the city, godwells,
on College street, $2,700).
Idwell streets, 42 X 210'ft. in the burnt
Geni Mdse. Price $3000.
t, near.Cotton yard,' 42 X 78 ft. with
h in two blocks of public square. A
man & Co. 's contracts and will con
entire time to th.: Cornmission business.
fford rot to niace it with us We keep
>rompt collection of rcnts We will also
voi han either for sale let us know.
to us four an;- Southern Cotton Mills or
ve can furnish it just as cheap as you
Phone No. 200
H UN [ER, Manager.A
8 Big Shows
Have with them a band of fine
[talian Musicians, each of whom is
mn artist with his instrument. This
feature alone is worth going miles
hampion one-arm High-Diver of
hamnpion Stack Wire and Jug
rer, in feats never before attempt
~d. At 3 :o0 and 8:30 p. in., each
o ple-ase the child1-rn and all else
vho want to ride.