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. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at Nev
erry, S. C., as 2nd class 'matter.
Friday, July 27, 1006.
DON'T 13E. A 3090110R.
A St. Louis firn of. biook-nakei
soic time ago issued as nilt advertisi
ment of their business i t card.enl title,
f'Don't Be A Knocker. " One of thei
found its way to Newberry, and h11
I been promilnenfly displayed in Messi
iler and Weedks' Ittg st slore. I
lContains a world fit trutli, anti ilei
are many people everywhere whl(o voI
profit by readin. it atid taking Ieet
Ilide yll- litle hammliiiier," i
Sayvs, "and try to sil;vk vell o of I
el's, fill I ttel. llow S11n,l1 %.ouill1111
reiflly kin4ow yetili-self, to be. When
stran.Cer dr i lli, Jolly himl. Tell hit
this is Ile greas (Si tii 01 earthl
and it. is. )oinl't discourzage hilm b
speaking ill of yol- ineighbors. There
11 elid of fun inilding" your own busi
ness. It muilkes her people like yot
Nobody get.s stuck oni a knomeker.
Newberry has made remarkahi
progress 4uiniiig fle past. svera
Years, bull it hias beven briluhlt "Aboln
by the people whio are not' knockers
If yonlhave a 11immmer, bIIyI- it.
If somebdly talks (f startingl.
new vltvrprise iir Newherl. tle 11111
wliul Smiles kinlowin.ly anld advise
peolle jiust b- It hi .1 Ahe:ni ai sel
how Ibi,-r a fIailuirv le will mikm s .
knlowker. ail knilkers ari" a p,sitiv
billdIrallee t II : n . ; 111)11v malm ity,
1 )n'1 he :I k Ill k1er.
Al], 4df 1he In-I as!.4, inaIionI,: Nay
that the press party arrivel inl 11(is
toll ail that file IiIl)beI'm s ar14 eInjoy*
ing themliselves. Mir. Aill I will retril.
to Newberry this murninz.
he sbstoaniiai progress whiel
Newberry is making is knowi
throughout thev stalte. Newberry- i
growi larger with each sneeeedin;"
year, and tihis -rowill is healtily.
The candidates fsor state offices eon
tinne fit ad dress tie( votfers of the vat
ions euinties. Few if flit meefin!
have bieen Ihi'L_(lY attided. In fael
at somle Ill t thli he andidat I's hav
outinilmberetl Ile auldliences.
Th'lie 'oinity campin this vr
promises to be intlerestinl.r.
The First Air Brake.
Pvr-z4n-, wli,- 4h-uld ha:vi- kn-,w
bett -r1h-ndit W ,igh. vi'i.ol
arv wi-ii tlwy w -i tuhl timt hw Pr.,
p1o6sv'ed to I t4p a t rain by: ai r.
NIoody s4.ini1wl ini14lined t h-t li
try his plani n a Iroal rain. but h111
did mot ihject ti fi.s xvvkin-z miidt
olf it ini a shopl when-ii heu cetbimhl dlir
lit' kniewx his sc'hueme woeiuld wil
hlieve ini it. Sohecoti nuf11 ,ied4 tof se
the bnrike to4 :my r'iailro'iad mian wl1
,inwith this air' thini.. of younrs?
Nou ,' etniini't say~ t hat liw hai
done so. Nobodyl~ wiiinhl let hinm t
i, een on1 a1 trin of 41 dumph ('ars.
One fday lit ari'vedl ini P itt sburi
?7 selling his iotherm invent ion and talkini
about his briaki' noti 1to af man 11:1m('i
nectedi with ai riailrfoad out thlere.
"That 's a '.rieat idea'i of y'ours',
s.aid th le man; "we will tiny if ti on
So1 the( fficia.nls ofi t his roadh perii
ted( Wecstinghiouse tot piut his new kie
shaw oni tine of their t rainis. HeI lia
any danmage that mi'ht lie cansed
The trlaiin was5 Egilped. On
ITle tain l wats equjiippeid. On I
decsignied day thle eon fident invent
and a gr'oup of' skept ical r'ailrio ad m
b)oarded thle t rain on wh'lich thle fii
aim' brakes were fixed.
Off wvent the trinj 411 its iniiti
trip). The engingeer putt on full spe<
and just as lie roundiited a curve
saw ahead, at ai grade er'ossing, a
in thle miidlel of the track, ia load
w agoni, a main and a boy3, and a bal
hor'se. Theli engineer moved his lit
Slever, and the first tirain that u
everI stoppedi by air imlled up at,
standlstill sev'eral feet short of I
4Thus, on its first trial, the We
4house air brake gaved life and p:
ufied damoage of propeorty. Then<
'tr) talkhrg wvas unnecessary; all tia
tobe done was to. make brak,
*tenventor thought of that elar
g compensation to the railro
~Iiy,damage hie might do tot
'~'nd he laughed.
l OrtunlO Idated from that 'a
win then only twenty-two.
1A oe d e rt
PF. . Mri Ch
in tow. They~ ar9 e el
A Citiz.ens mnectinir -is hereby called
to be held in the opera ouse at 10
o'clock a, mn., Tuesday .July 31. 1906,
to hear the report of the trustees of
Newberry Graded schools for the year
endinaJiTne 1, 1906.
F. 'N. Martin, Chairman.
..5 B. CA
to get more goods for
d Was, Now.
, f $1.75, $2.35.
.t ! .t 5, 215.
2 .35, 2.00.,
S .5, 1.93.
BOYME ' SHOEAS.
I .35, 1.25.
1 .25, 1 .00.
- LAES' BROAS.
- Was, Now.
'' $1.50, $1205.
1 25, 1.00
dr $:.5, $2.65.
"n 320, 2.40.
t 2.5, 1.30.
d, 1.2.5, .90,
ad Was, 'Now.
ed $2.00, $1.40.
ky 1.50, 1,15.
tle 1.35, '1.00.
as OEILDREN'S SHOES, &O
a' Was, Now.
ho $1.50, $1.15.
st- 1.00, . .75.
re- .85, .65.
e - MUSLIN$.
at Was, Now.
3s. $ .12 1-2, $ .OS.
se .05, .04.
ad WAIST GOODS.
he Was, Now
A. B. 'C
how that's. Swe
,onder SCHNAPPS is popul
that suits the man who
rom the tobacco, instead <
ing and ekpdco&ati40.,;- f
,HNAPPS is made from ch
[1 matured, thoroughly, ct
th an aroma so d.clightful
popularized thc chewing c
o other tobacco ;'n the wor
-takes C_o tl
That's what makes the
HNAPPS and the many ex
taions-and it's such a di
ver chews SCHNAPPS, he
1,; sweet, tasty and exhika
PPS tobacco has made U
as tihe manufacturers of
nr'd of chewing tobacc
.It equipped flat plug fact
A ;4unrin every modern app
-.;st -hewing tobacco, by
Iful processes. The R. J.
pany is under the directior
bav'e managed it since 18
the chewing tobacco busin
I. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., WI
Notice is hereby given that no per
son or persons residinL within the in
corporate limits of the town of New
berry will be allbwed to sell cider or
By order of the Mayor,
A. T. Bro wn.
Eiizene S. Wert,. May..r.
.the money than you ca
ing goods rapidly. so yo
Now if you want barg
and get a full supply.
they have quoted some
$ .1(6. s .9
.07 1-2, .I5.
$ .06 1-2, .$ .115
$ .25, .19.
$ .10, $ .0S.
$ .12.. $ .10.
I $ .20, $ .15.
.15, .12 1-2.
J.10, .07 1-2.
I Was CORSETS., ow
HOSE AND HALF HOSE.
$ .25, .10.
.15, ' ' .11.
.10, .07 1-2.
$ .25, $ .10.
.05, ' ..04.
et and Clean
ar-it's the chewing
chews to get enjoy
>f the mere habit of
Dice selections of the
red Piedmont leaf,
and appetizing that
f to'acc:. T.here .'.s
Id. tAt requires sand
difference between -
Eference that once a
: is never deceived
Lrating quality of
ie Reynolds factory
the best and most
,and as the larg,st
ories in the world.
fiance for producing
::lean, sanitary and
i of the same men
75, and who have
ess a life-study.
nhton-Salem, N. C.
N-tice is hereby riven that appli
cati..: fo,r the vacant scholarship in
the Sutae Military Academy from
Newih-rry county must be in the
ba!.6..f C. S. Gadsden. Chairman of
th B'ard of Visitors. by the 30th in
sta..:. Application blanks may be had
fr.. myv (0iee.
J. S. Wheeler,
C. Supt. Ed.
N & CO.,
n get at any other place
u had better go now be
ains I would advise you
Now to show youho
prices, and they are as
$ .50. $ .38.
. l 2 .10.
*16.50, .$1 1.00.
I BOYS' SUITS.
$1.00, $ .75.
$1.00, $ .75.
$ .25, $ .10
.10, .07 1-2.
$ .26, $ .19.
N4 & CO.
bre Stripes, I
50 cts. Qualitieo
35 cts. Qualitie.
25 cts. Qualitie
sc I S
. . The Ladies
Subscribe for the I
Real Estate the Basis
Do you know that the best se<
From it all value is derived--directly
know that the wealthiest people in rr
become so through the increase in t
Do you know that my friend Mr
College a few years ago for $250,
for $750. Today, without buildingc
Do you know that a piece of pr<
000 about three yearg ago, is today,
The population of Newberry is
rapid growth makes a continued inci
tion, which increases the value of th
Did you ever hear of 'Slaughtei
Why not? There is no changing
no shelf-worn goods.
Buy a piece of Real Estate and
Below I am listing a number of
these suit you, I know I can find one
Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4"lots are near my
Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10 and ii Icl
12, 13, 1 4 and 16 lots, price, $
adjoining the Lutheran church and tl
18, 19, 20, 21l and 22 at$2,30
and $ 1,900. Brick Stores on Main
2 3, at $10,000, 2-story brick 1
Office, Express and Telegraph comj
24, liver'y stables conveniently
25, lo t near power house.,
26, 350 acres of land near Wh
34, lot and 5-room house, fruit
35, house and lot near College
'36, Lot near College Hill.
38, House and lot near Baptist
,39, House and lot adjoining N<
.40, Farm near Mountville.
4 1, House and lot at Mountvll
42, Building lot In Brookland.
12 Shares Newberry Real Est;
10 Shares Ne Mberry NationalI
WANTED--5 shares Exchange Bar
20 Shares of Newberr,
For Sale- 10 Shares Land and Security C'ompa
For Rent-OnehBrick Str on ain tcStreel
Two good Offices on Main a tret
'Phone No. 57. u
Newberry, S. C. Tb
1858e NEWBERRY CO0
Courses leading to the dlegrees o
Mechanical or Electrical Engineer
Very inexpensive. Remarkable he
.. tember 26. For illustrated Cataloga
JAMES A. R, 5.C
Prikited S Ik
3 at 29 cts.
3 at 21cts.
3 at 15 cte.
' Store . . 0
of All Security.
:urity on earth is earth?
, or indirectly, Do you
iost cases are those who
be value of real estate?
. Pool bought a lot near the
shortly afterwards sold it
, it would sell for $2,500.
)perty which sold for $20,
growing rapidly and this
easing -demand for habita
r Prices in Real Estate?
f styles-no r6rmnants
you will be a better citizen.
desirable lots. If none of
ts, known as the Wheeler
600, $500, $550 and $600
ne graded school,
D, $2,200, $2,100, $2,000
>uilding occupied by Post
trees and good ga rden.
ate Co. Stock.
~Cotton Mill stock.
with El1ectric3Lights and Water
ir this store.
A. BURTON7 ~
lie Man Between
e Buyer and Seller."
~fE A Christian"
A. 13, B. S. and B. S
ing~ Modern 'equipmq
alth record. Opens S
HERE , Presiderit,