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CLEMSON BOY DIES.
Tound in Unconscious Condition on
Pavement Under Win
Clemson, Sept. 22.-Cadet -Joe E.
Ieaves, of Latta, S. C., died at noonl
today from the effects of a fall fiom1
a second story window of the barracks
soic tine last night. That he had
fallen was Iot kIIowi unt11il tllylight
this mornMi when Mr. A. T. Beaver
discovered dhe 1111fortulnate yugMa
lyingur I i I dilngi condition oil the Ce
IIeIII paveinelnt oi Ile north side of
Ntr. 1va-vi. ealled 141r hell) and
Mvbssrs -'. Al. 'Stephnvisonl and 0. L.
I)-rrick were tile first on tle svenle.
Tes. yoillg mlenl plit their fellow ca
de( oil a mattress and wient for tie
college surgeoi, Dr. A. M. Redifearn.
Dr. ltedfearn saw there was no hope
for the young mian, but had him re
moVed to tle hospital and di,d all that
was possible for h1i). IIe never re
Ilow Mr. 1Heaves enme to fall is a
inystery. Neilhe i' his room-mateq
ewv of anyv nusuil ntil they
Wpre aw a ken-i l In i nm r andl
_n.I Ilheir :. (0e (t Ile pave
There is I, suspic-imn whiatever of
hazing,ii bec.an1se tle (1hree roommiilates,
R. 0. l'a". L. 111Martin and 'Joe 1".
Reaves, were all elts'simlates and close
friends, and besides, they are quiet,
Studious, sober boys, all of them tak
ing interest in file work of the Y. M.
C. A. and Sunday school.
Poor and MartiNi say that all retir
,ed at the usual hour last Iighit in good
healti and tihle best of spirits. They
say Mr. Iteaves had been -reatly in
lerested in the ladder fire escape that
was put up by his window recent.ly,
and haIil renmrked that it would ho
dAin-eronlls to *(mJ111p frol) the end ol it
bevalsv it was too far I'l-oln I lie pave
Invile . TIle t1lIeor is 0i:11 le must
ha.ve, in his sleep. Iried th tr dowNi tie
e a4:1 pe. Thl hill was alb.1ut ei.-lIven
The unf11ortlil11e aeiden-Ilt has east
a zloim over the vollow 4oiii ni* v.
The syNii-a1 th1ilies of all ,4 41ii 1 t lite
famiily, bitl especially to the youilng
brot lier. who had just eitered (ollee,
and who sat in sorow beside his sif
fering brother to tle end.
Prof. S. W. Iteaves, formerly assist
ant professor of niathenalies at Clem
on. but now of the University of Ok
'abonia, is a brother of the deceased
JUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER.
0. Wash Hunter Convicted-Stated
Jury Was Evenly Divided on the
First Ballot for Verdict of
ma nsla ughtecr' ' was t he verdict oif
the ,jurly in thle ease of thle St ate
against (I. Wash HuIinter'. thle well-to
do youngii larmier oit'( Gldville, t his
couuntIy, chiarged withl thle murder of
Wher. I hit New Y c
nobbed" with mill and
stock it ever had. No I
~berry has ever seen. ]
you'll hunt up Mimnat
Special in Dres
42 i Black Melrose for Skirt
for 49c. yard.
38 in. all wvool fancy plaid Chev
in the pile, worth 75c yd., fo:
54 in. blick and novis Mohair,
47 1-2c. yd.
54 in. Broadcloth, black and col
Tremendous stock of black g
able weaves. We carry the
$1.25 Black Taffeta, full 36 in."
$1.50 Black Taffet,a silk, a cork
for 98c. yd.
* Mrs. Ramsey has arrived ani
Her and her able assistants are
----unnunuJm L Ia
Mr. Elbert F. Copelaid of Clint,
two months ago.
Arguments on the case were ci
eluded mid the court's charge deliv
el to the jury shortly after 7 o'c
last niglit. The jury deliberated o'
tle ease a little over four hours, cl
ing out of the jury room between
and 12 o'clock last nlight. It is s
that oil the first ballot the jury V
eveily divided on1 i verdict of i
Miotion for a new trial will be Inu
this afternoonl, perhaps, by Il1ute
NEW TRIAL GRANTED HUNTI
Defence Claimed Jury Had not B4
Kept Together as Instructed b5
News and Courier.
111aeiies, September 22.-In1i
case of the State vs. G. Wash Hi
ter. the young white farmer vonviet
of manlslatighter, tile Court gAnlit
(lhe miolionj for a new trial late tI
affternoon. There were some sem
tionial developmiieits inl coinlecti
with tlie motion and the hearing
a rriiavits and arguments occupi
Iwo anid i hIlf hoirs. The defer
suibmitted affidavits froimt he foi
ima i the iirju. a citizen of the tom
ail other mIlembers of tle jury, l0
they had not been kept together,
instirutied by the Judge. The Stu
introduced affidavits and testimio
to the effect that while not ke
strictly together, the jury had in
talked to anybody.
Sheriff iuekett took the stand aLi
explaiined how they became sepai
tel, stating." at the same time that
Ilad with scll(hI a strict Judge.
Mr. Ilease, attorney for the defen
Nriticised the sheriff in his argumei
which angered the latter vei-y mut
and almost caised t scene il t
Co1r room. At the earnest solicit
tionl of Mr. Blease the incident. w
Passel v bY the colirt withouit
At the concilusiln ill' 0W t Ihe rkl-men
thle 'o rt stah-41 thlat 11ins lul'I
Ithere had bem-n so4 an accidents -
nInb frant )he m i;ln Ifor a 11
No inlentimnal wrmon- i.s attacedt
any of the ineidents.
Solicitor Cooper immediately insi:
el that the ase tried again at tl
term of tlie Coirlt.
This was opposed by thed efen
but the case was set for next Mond
aftenioon and Tuesday morning.
The bond was fixed at $4,000.
14 WOUNDED IN SHAM BATTL
Society Men, Jealous of Soddier Boi
Use Real Shots.
Central Iowa is excited over the d
tails, which haIve just leaked out, of
sham battle at (Grundy Center, 1owi
last Thursday, in which fouirteeni n
hitiLa tofficer's an id soldiers from Vi
ton1 Land ('edari hLapids were~ shot ai
wounided by youngLi society meni
rk I didn't daily with
factory presidents in
ine has been slighted.
lJew goods pouring i
Igh, the man who first
s Goods and Silks.
i, will wear like leather, 75ic. kind
ots for tailor suits, plenty of grays
this week 49c. yd.
~ilk finish, actually worth 75c., special
orB, per yd. 98c.
oods, embracing all the new, service
argest stock of black goods in uppei
side, reduced to 79c. yd.
or, full 30 in. wide, to go this wveel
:I taken charge of this department
busy getting ready for our big Ha
yr, Grundy Centor, who were jealous of
the attention paid the soldiers by
)>n- their sweethearts.
er- The Grundy Center young men got
ck even with the visitors during'the sham
'or battle by firing shot instead of blank
m- cartridges. The visiting militiamen
11 had been in Grundy Center during the
lid fair and had captured the hearts of
.as the local girls to the exclusion of the
ir- home boys. Tihe morning of the bat
tie it was found there were not enough
Ide militianien, and a iumber of the home
r'Is boys offered to enter the fight, fur
nishiing their own guns and ammuni
IR.-._ _ _ _
TOOLE FOR THE SENATE.
Popular Politician Desire, to Repre
sent Aiken as Succe4sor to
he Aiken, Sept. 21.-G. L. Toole has
fn- announced himself a candidate for
ed the senate to suceed the late W. E.
ed Johnsonl. Mr. Toole did not make
)is public the announceient because no
;a- primary has been ordered, but his in
Ol tention has been declared to his
of friends. It has been rumored that
ed J. M. Polnt-ty, who has formerly made
ce the rce for the senate and who was
C- defeated at the last election for the
M. lower house, will run against Toole.
at lie has been absent from Aiken for a I
as ftew (days and his platform is not
te linown, but it is suspected that Ie
"Y is a dispensary advocate. Mr. Toole
pt is looked on as a sure winner, because
ot of his strong hold on the county, es
peeinlly through his stand on the ten- I
le Does the Bible Sanction Lynching for
h. A co-respondent of the Atlanta
he Georgia. undertakes to prove that I
a. tle hible gives divinle sanction of (
as lynching for rape ,and quotes the 201h i
a ebapIte%I of tie Book of Jludges in sup
plirt of his contention.
t The pasawe of scriptuire can easil *y
a he lou1ked up bIy any one who wisles
hle to see it.
'w In verse 5 the fea'fuil crime is
to In verse (; we are told of the ghast
Iy manner in which it was made
t- known to the people.
ds Verse 13 recounts the demand of
the people for the repisits( that death
'e, might be inflicted immediateil-with
ay out the wicked delay that the courts
so often give.
In verse 13 we have also the re
fusal of the tribe, in whose custody
E. the rapists were, to deliver them up
for immediate execution.
In verse 14 the soldier- were sent
to kill any of time people who tried to
punish with death the fiends who had
outraged the poor woman.
e- A Twentieth Century Aerial Special.
a The latest novelty in scenic produc
a, tion is seen in the ensemble opening
ii- of J. A. Cobur'n's Great Barlow Min
n- strels at Oper'a House nuext Wednes
ud day. Our readers will remember' his
of battle ship setting of last season a
the Bowery side shows
>rde~r to get my goods so' I
I shall make the most si
n, case after case, on eve
woke Newberry up with 1h
No accumulation of outlawed st:
but every pair brand new and mad
It's the only way, to buy the best
storia that keep good goods, an'd
so tai :e no risk, come t'o Mingmaug
action that crosses our counters.
10 cr.os Ladies' Dongola Shoes,' I
10 ces~ Ladies' Dongola Shoes, I
10 dCes Ladies' Dongola Shoes, 1
20 eai.,'s Drew Selby & Co.'s Ladi,
10 cases Drew Selby & Co 's Ladi
10 cases Men's Brogans, Kid ties,
10 cases Men's Brogans, Oak Kip
Come direct to Mimnaugh's for
this ad. It will pay you. This.sj
"Ads" for fun.
Shoes, Hats, CIc
J. & P. Coats Spool Thread Or
They are now selling 4
hair worth 60c. for 48c
Mohair worth $1.00 for
worth 60c. for 48c , Me
worth 60 for 48c., all cc
cloth worth $1 25 for 98c., Grey
12 1 2c., Tricot Flannel;, all cnlors,
Voile-blue, grey and black. wrth
all colors for 5c. to 15C Mis Nlass
any of her friends. We also carry a
gelling out cheap.
novel and pleasing departure from
)ld time ideas. The present produc
ion surpasses by far last years effort
botla in scenic and artistic merit
<howing a monster Air Ship of the
nost elaborate and approved Connan
Doyle conception, its big aerial pro
ellers, myriad electric Hlihts, cables
ind fantastic paraphanalia, its of- 1
.iers, passengers, erew and inusi
-ians, its elevated Landing Station,
alustrades, electric decoration and
-tatuary combining to make up a
lovelty as great. as ever produced in
ninstrelsy. A cyclorunic birds eye
,iew of Americas metropolis, its har
)or and rivers, monster bridges and
nillion homes far below extending
tway in the distance until the far
tway Catskills on the horizon lend a
vierd effect to the tremendous
icight at which performers and audi
nee are supposed to be, far above the
tallest skyscrapor evr ierected by
nan. The first part and beautiful
eA ting alone are worth the price of
tdimission alone while tle sino-ing,
lancinlg and excellent vauideville bill
ire exception;illy clever. Seats on
ale Monday at The Newberry Hard- i
Notice is hereby given that Certifi
tate No. 109 for two shares of the cap
tal stock of The Commercial Bank of
qewberry, S. C., heretofore issued to
ffiss Lou M. Bauknight, has been lost,
md on the 6th day of October, 1906,
ipplication will be made to said
)ank by the undersigned, as Adminis
;rators of the personal estate of the
;aid Miss L. M. Bauknight, to issue
i certificate in lieu of the said lost
J. H. Bauknight,
Mary E. Poppenheim,
Administrators of the estate of Lou
UMcured at home with
tisr t P*Bl
aG.Ofce14 B. gotre
nor spend time in cou
could continue to sell e
renuous effort of my lif
~ry train, if you want
in Our Big Shoe
ries, hard sizes, old enough to vote,
le by the most reputable maket-s.
Shoe leather you kpow. There are
stores that sell cheap, sh4ddy goods,
hs, we stand back of. every trans-.
'at Tip,' special 98c. pair.
'at. Tip, special $1.29 pair.
pat. Tip, special $1.49 pair.
as' fine Shoes $1.98 pair.
es' fine Shoes $2.19 pair.
$1.50 kind, 98e pair.
ties, p1.75 kind, $1.8b p>air.
your Shoes. Note every);h1ng In
ace costs money, and I don't write.
Co. Dry C
OMPLETED THEIR STO(
thing, Dry Goo
ie Cent per Spool Limited
Worlh of Dress Goods.
3ray Mohair worth $1,
, Gretn Mohair wortt
78c., Red Mohair wori
lance Suiting worth 6
>lors Brilliantine wort
Venetian %orth 6oc. for 48c., V
wortli 35c. for 24c., Silk Brocad
30C. for 22 i-ac , Silkette Linings,
e Williams, h is with us now,
fine line of n-,vw Shoes worth
CO.'S DRY COO
Building, just below the Smith C<
W. E. PELE
We sell Sure Reined
is is Reliable. We gu
Faction with every pack
When your doctor v
:ring or send it to us.
practices; we use pur(
,nake our highest aim
Nishes. Our prices arE
THE BANK OF
Dapital Stock -
Interest allowed at rate of 4
Special attention to farme
)mall, none too large to enlist oi
:o meet and greet you. Call in.
A. G. Wise, President.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
N. L. Black. A. H. Ha;
S. S. Birge. J. S. Whe
C. P. Boozer. G. Y. Hur
niing the stories in ti
m for less. This big si
e for the largest fall at
to save money on a-sp
Match Them If
10 bales 86 in. White Homespun v
All-wool Turkey Red Twilled Flar
200 full bolts 27 in. Outing you ca
8 1-Sc. here only 5c. yd.
Newberry Mills Bleaching, 86 In.
Others imitate, but none equal c
what you want in Clothing, whetl
We guarantee to save you from J
350 Men's Fine Suits worth $10 0(
325 Men's Fine Suits worth $18.50
875 Men's Fine Suits worth $7.00
All kinds of Suits for all inds of
the boys along. Mimnaugh has ii
ds and Notions.
to One Spool With Each $1.00
25 for 98c., Plaid Mo
1 $1.00 for 78c., Blue
h 60c. for 48c., Zebiline
Oc. for 48c., Brilliantine
i 35c. for 24c, Broad
lorsted. all colors, worth 25C. for
es, all. colors, worth 35c. tor 24c.
all colors, from loc. to 25C., Outing,
will be glad to show these goods to
From 25c. to $6 oo, which we are
lAM & SON,
ies. What you buy of
arantee Absolute Satis
age sent out.
irtes your prescription
Our main business is
We allow no slip-shod
,st medicines only. We
to carry out the doctor's
i & Son,
s, Newberry, S. C.
UTY, S. C.
- - $25,000,00
- - - 12,160.00
per cent. on time deposits.
rs' accounts. No account too
ir best attention. It is a pleasure
G. Y. Hunter, Vice President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
rkins. P. B. Warner
eler. J. F. Browne.
ter A. C. Wise.
~e skyscrapers, I "hob.
ore has now the biggest
id winter business New
Atcash plan of trading
ou Can, "Boys."
orth 6 1-2c only 4 1-2c. y..
nel, 20c. kind, 12 1-2c. yd.
n't match it elsewhere for less than
wide, only 9c. yd.
and Odd Pants
ur Clothing bargains. No matter
or for Men or Boys, come here first.
2.00 to $4.00 under anybody's price.
I, special $7.40) suit.
for $10.00 bill.
for $5 00 bill.
boys from 3 tq 17 years old. Bring
eve~r foo.Md the people and never will.