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The Movements of Many People.
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. J. W. Watts has gone to Co
111nilmia and lis liecepted a very in
portawuilln respionsible positioni withi
(lite Stireet railway. lie is full of
energy and capable aiid will make
a valable man for the company.
Miss Sallie Pope Fair, tie-daughter
of' Col. James Fair, will depart this
evenin f,or South Carolina, where she
goes 1o visit her atmt, Mrs. Pope, ail
hier uInicle, Y. .1. l'ope, chief justice ot
t sitiremlie colt of Sotiti Carlolilt,
at Ileir hiotiie at Newberry, S. C.
INliss Fair will also visit her uncle
Williaiii ihmbar, maiyor of Augusta,
(li., aid frienls in Atlana before re
iurnilnsg to Waslhigton. She will also
spentd rair week inl Columbia, S. C.,
aid witi a party from Newberry at
tenid the State ball.-Wasjington
rl Is. .1. W. Ilumb1heri 1tteided a
miissini'y Ileeting at Cliltonl last
week retininiii. to Newherr vester
4h t 1t f1ieroonl.
liev. Z. W. w.e Ias inl tih
ir. V. I". I-I1ousua'l was elected rep
rem-entative Of I lite tIterin ClIurtIch
ilt' lie lIedeemlir it' tle S4suthi Caro
lilm synd41(1 which ietv(.s in Akuilustn.,
;au.. abmtit lie f'irsI ofl' Noveimlber.
D)r. A. .1. Iowers will prealcl at
Blih-'deni (,n thev 4thi Simiday- at :3
.ir. 'iid Nirs. .1. S. IeClure, or
Kimxville, Teni., are visiting rela
ives inl tle city.
.i\. (,. Frank WVearini is Atteii4liti
lt' air 11his week.
.irs. .J41hii M. Kinard anld ChIiIldIcri
leave r August a today to visit rela
t i %vs.
.\i'ss Andertlson, o, k-rtss li[Il, t.
visiting 'rs. .1 ahck irown;.
Mrs. .Jack Birt1wi. lisses lien
Irowi aitl ainders(Iln will leave toumo)r.
'W for Cohuiihia to attend the Fair.
The Foirtiiiti Cltub ieets with
Airs. 0. leli. 11(ilmes this miorlini.
The stocial meet(in o the il acielor
Mailds has 'beenl post poned fromaI this
afternotoii iuitil toiiorrow aftertiosi.
Nlr. l'errill Quarles, (tf A kbberville,
is ill tilt- city,
Her. W. 1. lerbert, of Colmilibia,
was in l ile 'itv on Sat(l uay.
Miss N(ville INpe will (ntertain a
few rriends at a eulhlre party oil
W iestday eveing in h'or oi her
guest, -Aliss Sallie I'airi, of' Washing
lotn. liss Fair will leave on Thars
daIy fo ri40( Cohntiulbia, where site will it
fld the State hall.
t'. 1. (1'. sehii'l, or. W alhalla,
is in Newherry. ii Suntday It assist
etd ini tlie services at the 1'lltiueran
(hun-hofi tle Hedeeier and oni Aln
day morninig, conducted tlhe c1apel ecx
ervises at tile College.
INIr. ,lihn 1T. [IIutclinlso'n left yes
tttray fori Uionsa, wherie lie has ein
.e.redl ts work for C. E. Lipscomb &
NIliss Yinnie Al ae Wilson is v'isit ing
Iter sisterm, Irs, .1 udy, ini Granigebrg
Alr is. .1. A. I howeirs has i'etui'ned tto
lieu' hisomet in Atlanta.
AIlr. I layne lI tszer, of Newv Yor'k,
whos is visiting his fat her. (Capt. II.
S. hsstsoter, ofl Pro'ssepr'ity, was ini thle
NIrs. W. NI. Wilson is buimir(') ctton
ini Newberryi'. II is tst'fice is at 'plt
ins.g5 'st tiin yard.
i's. 0. (4. Sale' and chiirien, or
Ch~lesterf'liehtl, N. C., arie visitiing rtela
I ives ini thet c'ity.
lois vesterdayhi~ to a I l t' t'unieral of
his anni Airs. ,Isse Ttsdd. The f'uiier'
al servies were hldl yesItray' after
tnoons at 3i to''lok. Air. Toddl, will
reltsuri hissme tosday.
Rtev. '. W. (Creighiton, tof Green.
wood, was in the city yesterday.
Mi'. Tr. l'. l'pt ini, ssf thle lll Tele
hlone Coimpaniy, is spieninig some
time with his family in the c'ity.
Mu's. TI. C. P~ool spent yesterday in
Nit's. Y voni A. Riser, who has been
visitinig her m'iotheri, Mr's. John A
Summer., has ireturned to her home
in IRincon, Ga.
R1ev. V. Y. Bloozer, of Salisbury
N. ('., was ini the city yesterday.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Lu.
theran Church osf the Redeemer will
hie enter'tained by Mr's. Theodort
Johnstone at the residence of Mrs. Dr.
Hottseal on Tuesday at 4 o'clock,
Sickness of Mi's. William HIouseaA
pr'events Mrs. Johnstone from enter
taining the society at Mrs. Houseal '
Dr. J. 11. Briuce, of Greenville, stop.
*pod over for a fewv hours wvith hil
,daughter, Mrs. W. B3. Werts, yester.
* Invitations have been received te
the marriage of Miss Aheta. Geddeu
to Mr. Lewis Wardlaw Haskell, both
* of Columbia, on the evening of Wed'
nesday, the 17th of November, at
Trinity Qk.mA "Zolwrbia, S. C.
SERVIOE AT MAYER MEMORIAL
Interesting '-Missionary Meeting Sun
day Night-Address by Mrs.
About tvo years ago a WVOmlianl's
Home aid Foreigi Missionary Socie
ty was organized at Mayer Memorial
Ilieran Cliureli, West Did. Since its
orginization it Iis beeii very success
ful inl its work. On Sunday i night
last lie society held its first public
meeting. Before the hour named for
i,! .'erviee the large vhnlrl wa
croWded. -Every seat. was occupied
111d nearly all the standing room Wan
Vhiile M1liss Bertha Hiller at the
o n played i Iarcl, the processionl
(if chlildrenl and young. people of the
Stiliday Schlool mra,ravrchel'1d up the Cen
tral aisle to the pulpit platform and
sang tle opening hymn of greeting.
Mrs. W. W. Wicker, president of
the society, presided. The opening
prayer was offered and words of
eariest greeting spoken by Rev. A. J.
Howers, ). D., pastor. An interesting
progiramnime with recitatimns and ad
dresms by the clildreni and yiouig
people. in wlich all aqiulitted tihem
selves creditably anld to lie pleasire
and profit of tle 1111d(iie.. ws rod
irs. Bessie I. Seherer, p.-esident
44f the Wvoian's Rylnolical .;ociety,
linmle an ul(l'ess. ''COd be '.'ith Nou4
'til we meet agnain" sung', and
)r. Howers pronouinced the benedie
WVe lave reeeived an a111ou)n11cemlient
of tile marriage ' of Mrs. umla lyatt
Morris to Mr. Pierre Poindexter
aig ford oi Wednesday October 17,
1900', at Huntsville. Texas, at the
1(lime of her parents. Major and Mrs.
Ben 1 Iyat t. Tley will bei at home af
ter. Dveember 1st at -Wiehita Falls,
1r. L[angford is a native of New
herry and a brotier of 1r. (;eor-ge A.
I, IIgfoi'rd 1ndI ( Mrs. I. F.(Uo-gaiis.
and iiwenit to Texas so years ao.
Andrew J. Livingston.
(n)i( IY 4m l ('oi fCderate sold
ler* is an1SWer1ing. the last roll c-all anui
the ranlks are thiinningip every day. It
will nlot be lon- before all of them
will have passed over the river to
rest witli J.ackson and Lee. It is al
WIyS sad to record the deatl of a
1ood 'itizenl, hut whleni it is also a
Coil f'ederat e veterani it is sadder still.
()n 81und(ay afternlooln Mlr. Anidrew
J1. Iivingston died ait his iomne inl No.
ti aged( about (5 years.
He was a Pgood citizei and a true
111111 anld served his ouiltv well an<d
faithifully inl war14 and inl peace.
He was a memliber of Coniapny B,
Tlhird lftneii , first. conimanded by
Saiuiel N. I)avidson ald afterwards
bY Tihomas V. Gary and Thompson
Ser'geant. Ini this samile c'ompanyl1~
weeL. M1. Sp)eer's, WV. (G. Petersan,
'J. Wistar' 02ary, .J. D). Smith and otheri
names10 famniliar' to Newvberry people
ofi this dlay.
Thie toItal number of (deaths Oe
(urimil14 duiniig the w~ar' inl this com
I2any of 141 men01 was2 48, 10 oC whom
woundei,ltd and2( 25 dlied1 of disease an<(t
haridlshiips inc(idenit to war.
This~ company, says thle Annals of
Newhe'rry. ''at Mlarie's Heights hiad
thlirity six mnii ulnder' fire duiniig, or
nearily, the whlole day. The next morn
lng thieire were (only tour ab)le to an
swver roll call. The other thirty-two
weire not1 all killed nor1 mortally
woundedl0(, but1 we're birokein dlown and
weary ailimost to death, so as to be
Th'iis wa'us a fighting c'ompiany', but
t hat w'as true1 oif all wh'io wore tile
Mi'. Livingston was t wlice w~oundedC(,
at1 Savage Station and( theWXilderne.ss,
and1( had his leg ampultatedl neai' the
Hie w'as a ibrave soldlier and delight
ed to talk about tile war and had1(
gr'eat r'egar'd for the commaudeis
oficers of thle Conlfederacy as wvell
Ias foir the privates.
He was firm inl his convictions and
st rong in their maintenance whien lhe
was convinceed lie wvas r'ighit.
He w'as county commiussioner -of
Newberry county 1878 to 1880 serving
with Wmn. Lester and J. C. Switen
berg and again in 1884 to 1886 serv
ig with Jno. A. Cromer and E. C,
Like many another Confederate
soldier lhe hiad to begin life anew after
the close of the war and he had but
one leg but lie set to work with a
strong determination and made u
competence for himself and family
dloinIg farm work himself.
His remains were buried yesterday
at Bush River Baptist ehurch.
Too much publcty spoils a good
HOLDING FOR ELEVgi; OENTS.
Large Amount of Cotton In Newberr
On Saturday-Many Farmers
Refuse to Sell.
There was moieo cotton inl town, o
Saturday than i has beei here in oin
day for a gireat niy years, in fac
the t wo c0t tol weigliers could not I
gin to weigh it atid for a great pal
of the day wagois were baeked u
sever-al blocks onl all of th'e str-eel
leaing to thle Cotton yar(Is. Just whIi
30 mtu h cottoi was brought in u
Satirday it is hard to con-veive, e.
cept that there was a little slump i
priie and faimers were afraid i
would be still lower, in fact, much o
it that was sold oi Satuiday did nu
brinz really the top of the narike
We can see n10 reason why tihe prie
should be below what it is and w
will be glad if the farmers can ge
the benefit of the top of the inaikel
We uinderstand there was som(
thing like eight hundred b-iles put o
lie market oii Sa1turday. It sold o
Saturday below 10 1-2 cents, and th
fialrlers ouglit to 'eceive at least I
cents for their cotton. If tle Iain
collitnue and the stoImls keep on. ti
pi lability is tit it will he evel
a Ibve 11 c(itts. bit if t lie farmers Ca
realize 11 ceits for their cottoI tlie
uight to he satis'fied.
It is said by one oft the cotton huy
vIs that imany i)f the farmers iiFuseo
to sell for less than 11 eents th
p41111d. and eitler. left their vottoi
heie utinsold or carried it baik.
A Memorial of Mrs. Fellers.
Firiend aftei friend departs. Yeo
who has noit lost a friend? An(tlie
n fourl 4) oo I)II.(d Old If'ieids has passe
rs. Sarah Ill izabeth Felllers die
at tlt home of lier, son. Mr. J. 1,
vllers, near Old Town in No.
Tiwnslihip (i Oct. 9, 1906. aftere a
illness of' only two weeks at Ihe oo
tl1 ripe I ' of1 71 Yeais. Iimonth
and 12 days.
Mrs. Fellvis was the dah.".ter. 0
Capt. .1. A. Kibler. who was wel
knowmi tlr hout this entire 4cuinth
Theeceseil was marr1ut1iied to ' M
S. 11. Feller's, of whoi there wveie 11
chibiren born.. 11 have precededI lie
1o flite spirit land and 5 still survive
4 sons, J. L. and Asteir, living i
No. 7 Township, E,. 1,. aid Ira livin;
inl Coluibia. S. C.. and one daiumh.1itel
Irs. Lena iioir. living in Salud;
Mi'. . 11. Fellers the liusblnd an
Fatlier or the family, died May 1(
1892. Mr. Felleirs w as a goid citize:
and it good proviler- for' his famil)
Ife wore aln empty sleeve which wa-i
the efTeets 4)f the uel Confeedrnat
This rood old mothelr lived in thi
(1omiiii1i1iiity all of, lier life until th
last d illr 5 yveas, when she moved t
No. 7 with hei, soin.
Sli his been oie of my.. tr 'ues
nig~ihors andl friiends. To) k now lie
wasi to( love' heri. Slit iahvays wor'e,
b)righit countenaiice. Meet lier' whe:
you may she was always jovial an<
readl(y to tell you somietimu to imak
you feel halpy.
.Jutst one1 mlonith pretious to lie
deathI slie visited her fr'iends and re(
hat ives thIiroughiout this sect ion. O0
heri ireturnii i home' imet her at Pros
periit y, bonui;bt ai ticket for lieir an<
saw hieir safely on the( Itraini. The las
word'(s slie spoke fto me weire. ''I wisi
youit' el, '' insisting thnt I should visi
heir brotheir, J1. II. Kihler', who wa
thlen veryv siek.
All fthis has hiappented in such
shor't wh'ilet until I ean hiamrdly irealizi
liat she is deatd. But we must a
ienmeube that t his wvorld is not oui
home. ' 'T1o live means to dlie.''
Mirs. Felleirs was a mieiiber of Co
oiny ECra ngelien 'aII it her'an 1Ihureb, i
whlichi faithi she died.
Hoe oy was laid to reost beside hc
husband and childrecn in Colony gr'av
yard, the diay following her deatl
Th'le fuiieral ser'vices wer'e conduece
by R1ev. WV. K.. Sligh assisted by Re
M. 0. J1. Kt'eps.
The chJhlren and other relat
ihave our descat u.onpathiy. MA
tiruist that they may all live and d
wearing the good name of their dei
old motlior. T. J. W.
Old Time Hot Supper.
The ladies of Central Methodi
ehurch will serve ani old time hot sui
per~ on Thursday, November 1. TI
place will be announced later.
Campaign on Horseback,
New Orleans, Oat. 21.-Charl<
Seott will te imorrow begin a 500 mi
hoir eback ride through Mississippi:
hal e."mpaign for the Demnocratie nori
irn. for governor. He will rie
r',om the Tenineasue line to the Ou
of Mexico. givimig 8. -it'l attention
towns wviheh are not regat ed by ra
Mr. Scott has five opponezts f
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
y COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Notice is hereby given that ti
General Election for Representatih
in Congress will be lield at the votin
n1 plrecinlets fixed by law in the Count
of Newberry on Tuesday, Novemb(
r, 6, 1906, said dav being Tuesday fo
s- lowing the first Monday; as presCrij
-t ed by law.
p 1The qualifications for suffrag(
s are as follows: ,
y Residence in State for two year
: in the Coulity ole year, in the pollin
' precinct in which the elector offei
n1 to Vote, four months, and tle paylue.
I six months, and the payment si
six months befote nilly election of, anl
t poll tax then due and payable. Pet
t. vided, That minlisters inl charge of a
u 0or'an11Ized chureb-c and teacher-S c
a puiblic schools shall be entitled t
t vote after six months' residence i
the State, otherwise qualified.
lieaistration.-Paylieiit- of a
a taxes, including poll tax, assesse
a and collectable during the previou
v year. The production of a certificat
I or the receipt of the olficer authori>
,% ed to colleet such taxes shall be cor
e elusive proof of the payment thereo1
I Ilefore the hour fixed for openin
I tle polls managers and clerks mu1
v take and subscribe to the Constiti
tional oath. The Chalirman of th
- Board of Matalngers el Idilliliste
I tle oati to the other Managers an,
to the Clerk; a Notary Public Imu
I administer the oath to Chairman. Th
Mranaaers elect their Chairniman an
Polls at each voting place must h
opened at 7 o'clock a. i. amiq close,
it -1 o'clock p. m., except in the Cit,
of Charleston. where thev shall h
opened at 7 a. i. and closed at. 6 1
- The Managers have the power t
fill a vacancy: ..anid if n1oiie of th
I Managers attend the citizens can aj.
I point, from among the quialified voi
a ers. tle Managers, who, a fter bein
sworn, can conduct tle election.
t At Ihe close of tle Ilection, th
SManagers and Clerk must piocee
publicly to openl the ballot boxes an
count the hallots therein, and cot
t inue without adjoiriimeit until tht
r saile is completed, and make a stat(
ment of the result for each offic<
and sign the same. Within thre
days thereafter, the Chairman of th
lBoard, or someone designated by th
I Board, must deliver to the Comi
sioners of Election the poll list, th
boxes containing the ballots and wril
ten statements of tle result of th
Managers of Election.
T TI.e following Mfaiagers of Electio
e have been appointed to hold the ele(
tion at the various precincts ill th
S aid County:
C Newherry-J. Claude Dominiek,
SV. Henderson, F. L. Paysinger.
West End-W. M. Thomas, C. I
t Wesson01, E'. L. Riodlesperger.
? MIolon-L Tu. 'rTimerman, J. I
' Rivers, ,J. M. Swiutdler'.
ri Helena-T. G. Williams, B. E. Jul
I ian, Frank Spearman..
& Garmaniy-T. B. Leitzsey, Jno. E
Ruiff, ,J. L. Mayer.
r Mt. Bethel-S. J1. Cromer, T. Jef
- Brown'm, M4. R. Brooks,
- Adamis, HI. S. Grahuam.
t Tlhomaus, W. B. Whlitney.
'i WhVitmuiire-WVilliam Banker, J1. E
t MIcCarley, R. M. Aughtury.
s Cromners Store-B. H. Caldwell, '1
B. Carlisle, S. A. ,Jeter,
ai Jnapa-S. M. Duncan, J. A. D)or
e iiiick, ,Johin Swvittenberg,
11 Longshores-W. H. Wallace, Jr
r W.r L. Golden, J1. W. Wilson.
Williams-J. L. Connelly, WV. I
Andrews, John B. Scurry.
n Utopia-J. R. Paysinger, WV
D)avenport, Dl)ley H-awkins.
!C.Brosperity~-F. E. Schiumpert, 'I
C. Merchiaint, N. E. Taylor.
Wise, L. J. Booze. Tunr,P.
Slighs-J. B. Kempson, J.'0
Singley, H. Li. KCempson.
Littlr' Monntaint-J. N. Feagle, 2
~C. Wheeler, James SMaiy.
e Jolly Street.-B. B. Rikard, E. I
e Werts, John Wicker.
"' Central-J. C. Seyht, E. S. Sheal;
WV. HI. Kibler.
Pomaria-H. F. Counts, 0. J. WI
son, 0. B. Aull.
at Union-M. L. Stilhuss, Jack Da
>. T. J. W ilson.
ie Walton-R. L. Crooks, W. B. Ora
ham, B. M. Suber.
St. Philips-Benj. Halfacre, D.J
Riuff, M. L. Wicker.
as The M 'i 'ger's at each precin,
le named above are requested to del
in gate one of their number to secure i
a. box and 'blanks for the election<
he and after.- Saturday, November
lf 1906, at the office of Fred H. Dor
iB. BI. Lietzsoy, Clh'm'n.
CommJ. D. Nance,
Cmissionersc < Federal Eloetht
'or N% ~oery County, R. C,
TO MEET IMMIGRANT SHIP.
Those Who Des!re to Secure Immi
e grants May Speak,,to John
y Mr. John Scott will go to CharleQ
r ton to meet the Wittekind and iwil
- he pleased to make arrangements fo
i- the itllmigrlants with anly farmers 1
this section, who may desire to sc
s cure any of these immigrants. H
will go to Charleston on the 2nd o
SNovember, and if any one desires t
g legotiate with him1 before that tim
.s hev will be pleased to Coifer with hin
. lie h1as just located a Scoteliman b;
X d 11h nmle of Mitchell who is low i:
Columbia witi Mr. Ben H. Caldwel
1Mr. Mitchell is expected tt Newberr;
f The WVittekiid has already saile,
o from Europe and is expected to ar
n rive inl Charleston about the 5th o
11 Tlere seems to be great demian
Ll for these immigrants from all part
of the state, an1d if anly ole of th
e farmers of Newherry desires any o
-livhem hte had better make arranmg
llnts at oice.
I llbor conlditiolns are such thr
maiy of' our farmers are abaindoiin,
t the fatil-Is and are Imloving to town. I
very nmuci ho)jd that these immi
C grants will prove siuccessfuil laborer.
r11 ad that omr farmers will seclire som
1 of them.
t- --- --- ._____
e Silver Wedding.
vlvitations have been isued to th
Silver Weddint of Rev. aid Mrs. d
L' Q. Werty., which will be celebratei
I oi1 ''ll tirsday evenilng, November 1st
v 1906, at Clihina Grove, N. C. Mr,
e Wertz was Aliss Martha Virgoin
Houseal, a sister of Dr. W. G. aw
Mr. W. P. Houseal, of Newberry, be
fore lier marriaze.
News Pron Excelsior.
- I.xcelsior, October Is.-lExeclsio
selool will reopen lext Momdav 0morn
e The weather the past week ha
A beell fine but tlere is a goo(od den
A of vottlon iln the fields yet. Elevei
eelits is putting the cottoni on th
e market and the farmers have no roor
0to complaiin as to the price.
, We have had killing frosts in thi
e Mr. H. A. Boozer of Beth Ede
e sectionl splient Sunday in this Commui
e Very few of our people will atten,
- the State fair. The railroad rates ar
C not. very eicouraging for the peopt
Miss Bettie Werts and brothe
n Clarence of the Saluda side spen
Saturday night, ill this section.
e Miss Maggie Stone spent last. wee:
witli relatives ill Beth Eden seetior
AIrs. H. H. Rikard of Newberr
speit Wediiesday with her brothc
. Prof. J. S. Wleeler and family.
Mr. Ivans Sense of Newberry spOen
.a portion of. Sunday nighlt withl -hi
- Mr. .J. D. H. Kibler is p)reparin
to commence work onl his new diwel
. linig house.
Mr's. J. C. Cook and daughltei
f Miss Carrie went dlowni to Colnubi
Monday afternoon to be at tile be0
. sideC of her son Mr. P. S. Cook who I
very sick. Sigma.
OUR FANCY CHINAWAR]
It wld( lbe usele'ss to attempljt i
the limeted space to describe on.
great line of Falney French, Glerma
anld Japanese China, they embrae
many makes and decorations. I hav
the daintiest line ever brmoughit to I
town. Dainty ill outline, dainty
conceeptionl, dlainty in decoratior
The entire character of these Sets o
Creamers and Sugars to matchl,
dainty. A customer looking for
pr'et,Iy anid comfpa ratively inexpensiv
gint, will 111nd just what they wvant i
Our enormous display of Cut Glam
'includes many neOw shapes b :,i
fruit dishes, water sets, sugar an
' eams, bon1 b)01 dishes, Olive dishe:
pickle dishes, Vases, and nutmerot
~' pieces that can be tused for man
I also hlave a very large assortmer
7' of medium pr'iced silverware, in bei
ry spoons, sugar spootns, cream ladle:
gravy ladles, salad forks, lettu(
forks, pickle forks, olive forks, oyste
'forks, after dinner coffee spoons, ter
spoons, soup spoons, boullon .spoon
ft dessert forks, knives and forks.
Le Remnmember that I carry the lard
1est stock of mirrors, and pictures i
j cotton 'aim.
Corrodted HSy Xht Gist.
-Middling..g- .. . . ...10 0
Strict Middling .. 10 34
Good Middling . ..10 7-8
SLOS-A solidgol round locket
containing lady's picture, initials
engraved-D. A. L. Reward if ro.
turned to this office.
e HIGHEST MARKET PRIOLS paid
for butter and eggs at the city
V cafe o)posite Newberry Hardwaro
Company. Earhardt & Wells.
FARMERS Don't sell your cotton
Until you show it to W. M. Wilson
Office Epting's Cotton Yard.
SETTER PUPPIES--I have Thor.
oughbred Setter Puppies for sale at
$5. and $7.50. R. H. Swittenburg,
Jalapa, S. C.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOIN.
Pointer (log, large, liver colored,
t white spols, long straight tail white
tipped. Answers to name of Rex.
t Suitable reward if returned to
Guy Daniels, Newberry, S. C.
J. P. Cook, representing Columbia
Record has 150 free delivery subsert
bers in Newberry and wants 250 to
November 1st. Papers delivered be
tween 7 and 8 o'clock. Four white
boys. Phone No. 178 and you get your
WANTED-Four gentleman board
ers. Desirable accommodations
given. Apply at this office.
FOR SALE-Young horse four years
old. Apply at this office.
FOR SALE-3 very desirable build
ing lots, 74 feet front by 150 feet
deep in the heart of the progres
sive town of Whitmire, S. C. For
further information apply to
D. H. Jones,
Raeford, N. C.
SPECIAL SALE OF CHINA at
s Mayes' Book Store. Prices 10 cents.
rx Don't fail to see it my assortment.
~ WANTED-You to see me before you
build and get prices on sash, doors,
e blinds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
e O. W. LefRoy.
r OUR NEW FALL GEM.
t WE INVITE SPECIAL ATTEN
k TION TO OUR NEW LINE OF
MEN'S FALL GLOVES THE BEST
STOCK IN THE MARKET. PRICES
RANGING FROM 25 CENTS TO
t$1.50 A PAIR.
A. C. JONFES.
NEWBERRY, S. C. OCT. 15, 1908.
E. H. KIBLER,
Office formerly occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. C.
NOTICE TO DEMOCRATS.
Notice of Meeting of the Democratic
'Party of the Town of Newberry,
a A meeting of the Demoeratic party
e of the Town of Newberry, S. C., is
e hereby called to be held in the council
s chamber oni Friday, November 2, at
n 7.30 o'clock p. mn., for the purpose of
,. pr~ovidinIg for the nomination of mnuni
t cipal offIicers for. the ensuing year;
s and n.. bwhl other business as may
a be properly brought before it.
e By ordIer of the executive commit
0. BI. Mayer,
I. HI. Hunt, Chairman.
d iAWkM DERBY HATS.
' HAWES NEW FALL DERBYS
y JUST OPENED UP AND ANOTH
FR ORDER AT THE FACTORY,
ALSO THE NEW STYLE IN
4' HAWES SOFT HATS. WE SELL
i+ HAWES HATS WITH THE LIE
3, DR4L GAURANTEE "YOUR
MONEY BACK IF YOU ARE NOT
~- SATI5FISD AFTER WEARING."d
WHY PAY FIVE DOLLARS F'OR
A HAT WHEN YOU CAN BUY A
HAWES FOR THREE DOLaLAiS.
A. C. JONES.
NEWEERaY. S. 0., 00T. 15. 1906.