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NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Prosperity Brought About By Ten (
Cents Cotton-A Now Enterprise I
-Personal Mention. t
Prosperity, Oct. 18.--Mr. R. C. s
ounts and Dr. J. . Bedenbaugh have t
tited Dr. J. B. Simpson's residence
and will occupy' it..next week. b
Mr. C. G. Barrier will occupy the v
home vacated by Mr. Counts, and
which he purchased from Mr. Ken.
noth Baker a short time ago. There t
will be several other changes in the
Mr. S. J. John has purchased from
the estate of Dr. J. 1. Simpson the
tract of land adjoining him on the St.
Lukes road. This is the third tract 0
he has bought. Ten cents cotton, he
says, did it. 4.
Our friend, Claude S., says he iai
often heard of hard times and that
lie had been waiting to see him for
thirty-five years and did not have
that pleasure until now. But then you
know Cladue is a knocker and we
think lie broke his little hammer
handle when lie made this knock.
Your correspondent is instructed to
say to all parents that the free public
school in this district will open Thurs
day, November 1st, and not to send
in their children earlier.
We note the suggestion of the Ob
server that the old time red shirts at
tend the unveiling of the Hampton
monument. We want to heartily see
ond the motion and only regret that
the sugestion was not made earlier,
so the idea could have been carried
out. It would have added much to
the occosion. To hear "Hurrah for
Hampton" is to look for a red shirt.
It may be necessary one of these days
to have to wear them again. The
sight of a company of red shirts
would make our patriotism glow, and
make us feel as though we were once
more doing battle for our homes and
our state. What an inspiration it
Mrs. C. G. Barrier has been visiting 1
at Little Mountain. t
Capt. H. S. Boozer is making pre- I
paration to begin the erection of his I
Miss Maude Fulmer, of Little ]
Mountain, is visiting her aunts, I
Mesdames. S. J. Kohn and C. G. Bar
Mr. and Mrs. Burr Martin have
been visiting Mrs. Martin's mother,
Mrs. H. S. Boozer.
Mrs. Boseman, of Greenville, after
a pleasant visit to Mrs. A. H. Kohn,
returned to the %iountain city on
Mr. F. H. Thompson. of Columbia,
visited his father Sunday, returning
to Columbia on Monday.
Rev. D. P. Boyd and wife, of
Fountain Inn, have been visiting
Mrs. Boyd's brother, Mr. J. Y.
Thompson this week.
Mirs. F. E. Schiumper't has been on
a visit to relatives in Newberry.
Miss Estelle Coleman, of Aiken,
after' spending a week wvith Mi'ss
Kohin, returnemd to heir home Monday.
We lear'n that a new eitterprise is
to be added to our industries. Messra
Langford and Quattlebaunm will open
a wagon'and-buggy repair shop. They
have leased th)e old r'oller mill build
ing. Mr. T. J. Bolin, of Orangebur'g,
will be superintendent.
Mr's.- 4. 1-. Hawvkinis has been on a
.visit sto Mrs. 0. T. OGrahiam, Lexi tig
ton, S. C.
We regret that Mr'. H. K. ~ivingd
ston is not improving.
Mi's. George Young, teacher of the
Bethel school at Pomaria, stopped
over foi' a couple of days with Mirs.
1. S. Caldwell. Miss Young is from
Mrs. M. 0. !J Kireps and children
have retuirned -from Salem and.
The Sorosis will meet with Mrs. D.
W. Boland on Friday.
Misses Nannie Simpson and J. B.
Duncan have goiie to Atlanta.
Misses 'Etta. May Wes1 and
Blacho Pai'rott, of Sahida, have, been
*visiting Mrs. H. P. Wicker.
Mi's. L. C. Merchant has been op a
*visit to hier dar'cots in Newberrya Miss.
Jessie Miller accompanied her on her
Mrsi . G .* Wbae 'ahd little George
Vise spent WVednesday' at~ tAttlo
Mi'. B. L. Wheeler, of the railway
mail service, is spendin~g a couple of
(lays in town.
Mr. B. S. Schiumpert, one' ef, the
''old recliabhe'' engineers of thie
Souithierp, is spending a short vaca
towvn fitting ''spex'' to the eyes of
all wvho may need his professional
Mr's. Lav'enia Kibler, (Aunt Vena),
of Pomariai, is visiting 'Mesdames J.
M. Woi'ts, D. M. Cromor and A. J.
Mr. J. Hlayne Boozer, of New York
city iS visiting hiis f r at .
I. Boozer, of Lake City, Fla. From h
Orosperity lie will go to Salisbury. N.
to visit his brother, Rev. V. Y. s,
loozer,, before rqturning to New. York v
a resume his place with I Davega b
'f that city. This is Mr. Boozer's s
econd visit to his old home in thir- e
odi years. a
Re. Mr. Caldwell, of Florida, haL n
een on a visit to the Rev. I. S. Cald
Miss Olga Foster, of Greenville,
ill teach the Big Creek school for
lie next free school term.
Dr. I. C. Sease, of Newberry,.is vis
ting his fither, Mr. James H. Sense.
We regret to announce that our
ittle friend, Pat B. Mitchell, is not.
ping well. He has suffered a relapse
Cotton has been coming in in fair
nantities, and prices have been rang
ng from 11 to 11.12 per pound. HoW
ie would like to see it go to 12 cents. C
'he short crop then would not hurt
uite so bad, for it is short and seems
o l getting shorter. C
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, E
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
George Johnstone and James F. J. I
idrew Kinard, George Cook, John
Cook, Catherine Livingston, other- C
wise called Kate Livingston, Martha
A. Kibler, John A Kinard, Wilbur
W. Kinard, A. Bond Piester and
Elizabeth Hutchinson, otherwise I
called Bettie Hutchinson, Defend- P
By virtue of an order of the court I
ierein I will sell-to the highest bidder
iefore the court house door at New
Wrry, South Carolina, on salesday in
qovember 1906, within the legal C
iours of sale all that tract of land 2
ying and being situate in Newberry 3
ounty, State of South Carolina, con..
aining sixty-two and 35-100 acres.
nore or less, lying on waters of i
Pleazer Creek and Cannons Creek and
iounded by lands of or formerly of
he estate of G. 0. DeWalt, Samuel J.
Cinard, Mrs. Elizabeth J. DeWalt, I
drs. Carrie Hunter and others. This
eing the land of which George A.
Cinard died. seized and known as the
Terms of sale. One half of the
mrehase money to be paid in cash
md the balance in one year from day
)f sale the credit portion to be se
nired by bond of purchaser and the
nortgage of the premises sold with
nterest from date of sale with leave
o anticipate paynent, the purchaser
o pay for papers and recording of
;ame. H. H. Rikard, Master.
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Lee Gaffney, Plaintiff,
H-owa rd Ga ffney, Jamecs Rutherford,
Arthur Tucker, Pick Gladney, 0.
0. Gregory, Rufus Maybin, Glemi:
Maybin, Ed Oglesby, as Trustees:
Trinity C'hurchm, Defendants.
By virtue of an ,rder of the Court
erein, I will sell to the highest bidder:
before the Court House door at New.
erry, S. C., on salesday in November,
[906, within the legal hocurs of sale,
ill that lot of land lying and being
situate in Newberry County, State of
south Carolina, c'onltaining one acre,
omore or less, and bounded by lands of
Lee Gaffney, by lands of Sallie Gaff
iey, and by road leading from Lyles'
[%ord road to month of Tyger River.
Terms of sale. Cash.,* Should the
urchaser fail to comply on the day
if sale. thin premises to be resold at
murchaser's risk. Purchaser to pay
*. H. H. Rikard,
October 8, 1966. Master.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
*The. dndersignesd will ,sel.at ,pu)blie
>utcry at 9Neivberry -Conrt iTKonsd dni
Baesday, 5th day of November, next,
luring legal .hours c f sale, the follow..
ng 'described lands in the Town of
fewberr'y, S. C., viz: All that lot of
and eonimtininig one and1 twenty-six
mad1(redths aei'es more or lessi lonnd
ad by lots of Gleo. S. Mower, C. *J.
P'urcell and iMrs. M. P. Livingston
md, by' M\ain' and Harrington streets,
>eing'the real estate.of The Carolina
K'fg./ Gompany. This property mpmy
>ei soJa in ilota and if,soi plats of
ine wvill be on file with the under
igned on ,and after October 26th,
Terms of gale: One-third of pulrchase
noney in. ensh,, an the remainder in
wo etjual: in1stalnms pyabl'in pne
in~d 'two gear.s vihinterent frbmeday
>f sale at eight per cent until paid,. to
c secured by the promissory notes of
archaser and a mortgage of pre
nlises @bld. Purchaser' to pay for
ill paper.s anid recording.
By,*order of Board of Directors.
James A. Burton,
President. & Trasur.
ALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTI
Notice is hereby giveu that the po
mal property of Mr. M. M. Play(
,ill be publicly sold on Monda
'ovember 5, at 11 o'clock A. M. TI
ile will take place on the Pet Me
lant place, near Mr. Dan Dominick
ud Mr. Welch Wilbur's places, thr<
ifles from Newberry, above 11elen.
W. R. Gantt,
L. M Player,
7E ARE STILL OFFERING- OU
[EN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'
LOTHING, OVERCOATS AN
ANTS AT PRIOES WHICH GIV
IUR CUSTOMERS ALL THE PR<
'ITS. THIS MEANS A GREA
ACRIFICE TO US. . THE SALE 0
'HESE' GOODS WILL CONTINU
FNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AN
'HERE IS AT LEAST SIX THOUI
LND DOLLARS ($6,000.00) MOR
'F THESE GOODS LEFT FOR YO
'0 SELECT FROM AND THIS I
NDOUBTEDLY THE OPPORTUI
TY OF THE SEASON TO SAY
IONEY IN BUYING FOR YOU]
T-T.P Ar -f%TY' -Pv sFORFAI
i-ND "INTER. AFTER SATUI
AY SP.PTEMBER THE 29TH, TE
REDUcrD DRTOES ON MANY 0
NR IMEW'S FURNTSHING nOO
HOER AND HATS WILL E
VITHJRAWW. SO NOW TS VOU
1PPePPTUNITY TO GrT THEE
INES AT OUR SACRIFICE PRI
SHOES AND HATS.
VE ARE DISPLAYING IN OU
WINDOWS OUR NEW FA
ITOOK OF THE RALST]
KEALTH SHOES. THESE AR
1ADE BY THE MANUFACTU:
IRS TO COMPLETE WITH THOR
iADE BY OTHERS TO SELL A
1IVE (SK.00) DOLLARS AND AF
IOLD AT A VERY SMALL PR
'IT TO THE WEtARER FOR FOI
14.00) DOLLARS. IT .IS ONE (
.HE GREATEST VALUES V
TAVE EVER PLACED. IN O
1HOE DEPARTMENT. TRY A PAI
iF THEM. WE HAVE THEM :
kLL THE NEW STYLES Al
47APES. WE ALSO~ HAVE
3PLENDID LINE OF THOMPS(
IROS'. SHOES AT $3.50 AND BA
[STERS AT $5 AND $6 THEI
[INES ARE CONFINED TO 1
rN ?NEWBERRY AND 0 ANNOT ]
SOUGHT AT ANY OTHER STOlI
WE WA NT YOU TO SEE OUR NE
P'ALL DERBL. HAWES DER]
EATS ARE RECOGNIZED AK
)VER THE COUNTRY AS BED!
l'HE BEST MADE FOR THRI
BEST~ MADE FOR ($3.00) THRI
30LLARS AND THEY ASK WI
PAY FIVE WHEN YOU CAN G]
a HAWES FOR THREE? V
EAVE STETSON AND OTH]
.INES IN FACT THE BEST STO(
WI HATS IN THE CITY. 001)
AND SEE US OFTEN.
A. C. Joe
NEWBERRY, S. C. SEPT 27, 'i
A Good Piano
IS ALWAYS A SOURCE OF
PLEASUE, AFrOORL NAL
WAYS AN ANNOYANCE. YOU
WOULD FAR BETTER GET A
GOOD SQUARE PIANO OF A
FIRST CLASS MAKE, EVEN
IF IT IS A LITTLE GUI OF
DATE, RATHER THAN GET
A CHEAP UPRIGHT.
WE HAVE SQUARE PIANOS
PICOM $75.00 T O $200.00
AMONG THEM ARE STIE,FF,
STINEWAY, KNABE, hA4EL
TON ETC. WRITE QUICK. ALL
ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDI
NO. 0. WEST TRfADE ST.
OHARIOTTE, N. C.
C. H. WILMOTH,
Ever anxious to please
the best of our ability, '
a our store. After con,
S conclusion that the nev
E friends and customers.
>. a practically endless vi
T eviany of these are arti<
r reason that their small
D explain ':heir desirabil
5. you visi : our 5 and 10
E usual Kargains which
50 Cent Presc
t- Your presence c
r we will give to th
E to get for 10c. a I
E ordinarily be b(
50 cents each.
only 30 Bowls ir
In New i
A STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ON COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
- By John C. Wilson, Esquire, Probate
rE WHEREAS. John C. Goggans, C.
~*C. C'. P. & G. S. bath made suit to
W me, to grant him Let ters of Adminis.
Y tration of the Estate of and effects of
Thos. F. Hendrix.
ETIGES ARE TIHEREFORE -t
SE cite and admonish all and sinenlarn
[Y the kindred and Creditors of the said(
NT Thos. F. Hendrix dceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Newvberry
on Mon#lay November 26, next aftei
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock i
the forenoon, to showv cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra.
tion should not be gra.nted.
GIVEN under my Hand, this 15th
day of October Anno D6miini, 1906.
.J. C. Wilson,
J. P. N.C.
A r:ew lot of
Souvenir Post Cards
LOCAL AND) COMIC.
our patrons and cater to
ve have added a 5 and 10
fidering the matter careful
department would be ap
The 5 and 10 cent depar
Lriety of articles, none pric
.les that you never have
prices do not admit of a g
y. One thing you can be
Cent Department, you wil
will be added to from wE
h Cut Glass Bowl
)n opening dayp-M
1, and to emphasizi
e first th irty lady vi
Press Cut Glass Bc
-ught in any store
Only one Bowl to E
i the lot.
>ost Office E
EARHARDT & WEL
The OneEGuaranteed At
and the Event o
IN THE GREAT EMC
As played over I
Positively the greatest p1
Prices 50c., 75c., ,
If you are in need
come to see us. We hay
line you can find.
their every want to
cents department to
ly, we came to the
preciated by all our
tment will consist of
ed higher than 10 cts.
read about for the
rreat expenditure to
sure of: Whenever
I find it full of un
ek to week.
.i this invitation
sitors a chance
wl that cannot
for less than
t customer and
traction of the Year,
F the Season,
,000 times by
ay on the American;
1.00 and $1.50
of anything in
e the most up,-to-date