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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. Jon11 Pletersonl is taking in the
fnir inl Columl bia.
Mi.. Filraik P). DeVore, attended the
fa in Columbia this week.
Sheriff, M. M. Buford is in Coluni
bin at the fail.
Mrl. Melenry Wilson was in Co
liibiafi at the fair oin Wednesday.
Mr. L. W. Floyd, was at the fahl
inl Columbia onl Wednesday.
Mi. nJ K. Aull, wlho juiped the
hrack mild biecame one of tle best
Court stenlograplers in tile State, was
in the city to-day. At one time John
served 'lThe News and Courier, and lie
has not felt altogetlher right since lie
.jkiped out of the newspaper work.
Colutiia cirirespondent News and
Me,..i. ira and ICdz Sligh, (of
'Ih(1 lrirld anid News fmrce, speiit,
We<lnrs lay in Columbia at lie failr.
111r. .!no. WV. Wicke:,) < 1 T:!p [Ier
:zld anud News r'oree, siwiit Wednesday
in +,1Iienbi -.I :hI( !*air. N[r. W ick
eral lstl:f- ;n Om I'air. 6o a datIly.
I'rf. ~W. A. StickeY 1l yesteilday
I' his hm !i l 1.1 1"ii rille, where li
wil wi ll la feaw daIy's.
eliar .wa spending a
'v dr. :s wlb:1el tives n it.
Thell hulies 1f AvlI) resbyterianl
.hurch1ll will inve at balidaina suipper
Wed iie a il co i eir lieatl
*lsai'heinii lastw ol iriday evel..
.1lisses (;vnevieve Ilasand Mlary
Bhutler 1.',ans wvent to (,olumbia)ll Mn
WmIivse(daY, mnd attended thle state(
11-all inl (IIumia last eveninl.
,l1iss I,izzie (lenti spent Wednesday
ini ( 'olminhia.
.liss Sue Dean spent Wetinesday
irs. F. [H. lunter attended the
fatir ini C(oiiia Wediesday.
Ir. 1t1therford attend tIle State
Ill hi Thu11Ii irsday evening.
,\[Is. G.eor(ge .Johiistone entertained
it Iew friends withi cards (,n Tuesday
eveniii- in honor (if Aliss Sallie Fair,
,l1iss Nvville Pipe entertained de
ligh t fully at cais on Wednesday
evemnn complimnitalry to h)e.riluest,
Aliss Sallie Fair'.
Aliss Flrcitiie 1Bf)wImlani is spend
in.". (Iti, week wihll riellds in Colum
Be.gilnlliln' witi 1l1nday, Oct. 29,
Itie library will be openl Monday anl'
Friday afternoins frmi 3.30 to 5.30
niit11 ml Iusdlay antd Saturday
molln ing-s fromt 10 to 1 o'elock.
The 1Bahielo Maids' Club will
meet witI the Misses MeCauglhrin
next uiesday afternoon at 4.30.
Nr. P. 1'. IlyIum11 spent Wednesdia
at tile State fair in Columbia.
Mir. Jno. K. Aull attended the
State lihti in ('olumbhia last nhit.
Very few people)1 have as yet padi<t
state amd coutnty taxes.
Mir. .1 1N orwoo,i enshier' of' the
N'ewherryc Sav1tin 's bank speni t We<l
int-lay in ( olmbiia at the tair'.
l.1 .hse K'. \'anci(e sietn t WVedn es
day ini iclmb)ia at the fir.
butitifo the faji'.
antI attend'ited thle Stte IBall last
lI hm. Fr'ied. 11. I)omniniek wvent to
(Colminhia on1 W\ediiesday to take ini
1he fatir andIt to alttendi the State Ball.
AIlr. i1. W. D omiiik spen11t yester'
diay ini Cohnhiiaii at the fair'.
ir. 1. 1N. Willimsonl itttenided thle
Statei taiir ini Cithimbia.
Th'le studnents oif Newberry'~ colleg.e
ing in at specita(luac. Thle (coach1 was
ltade'n withI stre'amers advertising New
beiry co)llege, and thle repr)iesentat ives
of' the colleghe were lookintg for'wai'd
)oai t ttIimie itt the fair'.
linta', t he new' pastor' of' the Associate
Rieftioriied Presbyt erian chiui'ch of
this city', has arriived in Newberr'ly to
take tip the wor4ik. Hie will br1ing tis
family to Newbei'i' l ater'.
Miss Euphemia McClintock, priesI
dent of the College for Women, in
Columbia, came to N ewberry yester
(lay mornting on account of the illness
(of her father, Dri. E. P. McClintoek.
Dr1. E. P. McClintock sttffet'ed an.
other serious ill ness on WVednesday
inight, lbut hlis many fr'iends wvere
'gratified to learn lyesterday morning
that .he was much improved.
Miss Ameltia Kennedy, (If Lantrenb,
is 'visiting hier brother, Dr. R. M!.
Kennediy, ini the city.
Mayor A. T, Brown is' attending
the State fair in Columbia.
. Senator and Mrs. Cole. L. Bllease
*r'e attending the State fair.
Mr. 'Witliam Johnson had a post
eatrd froni his son, Mr. James M.
Johnen,l) written from St. Mai'y's
City, Md., in which Mr. Johnson said
l1ee sun was 'shining for the first time
a week. ~oit will be been that
Newberry is not the wily part of the
country which has beei having baI
weather. . C
Mr. James B. Huniter hpent Wed
nesday at the fair in Columbia.
City Clerk Eugene S. Werts isl
taking in the fajr.
There will be a meeting of the joint %
coileil, Newberry paistortle, onl St- n
unl-day Iorniling it 11 o'clock. e!
Tie graded school gave its I)upils jtI
loliday yesterday anld today Oin no- t
count of the State afir. t:
The City Cafe, which has opened si
It) in thl1e Frateriity building, is now 'i
ready to serve the public. The cafe 3
is well lurnished and a credit to New
h(rry. Meses.ar-hardt anld Wells,pe
ith imna1geIent, deserve a liberal 1l
Mr. anld Mrs. F. M. Evans went to e<
Columbia yesterday for the fair. oi
Col. and Mrs. George Johnstone t;
nd1f Miss Neville Pope wenit to Co- N
Mr. I4. L. BynuIm1 went to Columbia 1:
mI Wednesday. I ti
Maistr ate and Mrs. Cannon e. W
Blelase are attenldilg the state fair
Miss Neville Pope and her guest,
1liss sallie Fair, of Washingtolnl , ae
:11tenlditi- the fair in Colimlbia1, and
were ait the Stite Blll last niighLt.
Death of An Infant.
Williami leiIry, the infiatit son of t
Mi. anld Mrs. 'J. T. Morris, died on tt
Friday, Oetober 19. Age three montis. X
itermteit was had lit 11ol)ewell s;
On October 24, at the home of the r(
brile's iother, at Mollohon, inl the
peIseIcIe of a few invited relatives, h
Ilr. I)mniel Darby and Miss Blanche d
Addisonl. Mtr. attid MIrs. l)arbY have mll
mant11y friends, who Wisl them much
Policeman Glenn Resigns.
Policeman GIleinl who Was receitly lii
leeled by city council to fill the va- of
canley Created by tile resignation of S4
l'oliem'.ianl S. 'J. Carter, has teiidered tv
hlis r-esi.na11tion to Chief Harris, and at
is ofTf Ite force. As yet no one la. o
beeln eblosenl to take1 Mrr. Olenn's ec
The Courts. hi
T[he fall term of the general se1 1
sions court for Newberry county will lo
coivele on1 November 5, Judge 3amn.e di
Aldrich presiding. The coutrt wilt 1
cotiinue onie week, the 0 reenwood 0l
court convening on November 12. ti
The eivil court for Newberry will w
convene on the fourth Monday in b<
November, Judge Aldrich presiding. tc
There is a heavy docket for the crim- it
ital court, and it will probably not ra
be possible to dispose of all the busi- tl
tiess in the one week allowed by law. ai
An Approaching Marriage. s
Invitations have beeni issued to the it
mar1 iriage of Dri. Robert Mabry Dacna,
ot Greenv'ille, and1( Miss Florence o1
Adlele WVerts, of this city, which is to it
ake place at thle home of Miss di
Wervts's partentts on Wednesday even- s<
initn, Novetmber 7 at 7 o'clock.
Miss Wer'ts is a dautghtetr of Mr.
atnd Mirs. Michell Werts, of this city.
Site is at tractive int personality, and h,
poulmar, antd her many' friends here wt
will tregret that she is to leave, wvhile o1
wish intg hier mutch happlitness in her 01
new 1home1 in Greenville. D)r. D)aeus is ec
a1 prom1in~ent drttggist of Greenville. bl
I wvill seil at tmy, residlence at WVal
totn, 8. ('., three mules, fodder, hay, is
hogs, and1( all farming tools onl Ftri- ai
diiy, Novemtber 9 190t6. The sale w
statrts at '10 o'clock sharp. Terms e'
(cash1. Ri. L. Crooks.
Ar'e yott so conceited that you be- h
hieve peoplek ntever talk behind your s<
Th'le trobule is some pIushers are na e
liabile to putsh on the wrong side as d
on the right. t
Watch your side isstes. Don 't give
them so much attention as to ruin t<
yourt main issue, whtich makes you a a
Owing to my being very busy I e
could not get my lists of property
ready for this week's issue, but will a
have it ready for Tuesday's issue, b
Please be kind enough to look out p
for this valuable property.- that I
..I have a very nice nine room resi
dence close in for salle. I would like a<
to have 15 Shares of Nationaa Bank V
10 Shares N1ewberry savings Bank S
10 Shares Commercial Bank Stock, a
10 Shares Exchange Bank Stock.n
J. A. BURTON,
"The' Man Between" Buyer and
lomptroller General A. W. Jones
Makes Annual Visit to New
Comptroller leniral A. W. Jones
-as inl Newberry sevoral day's ago to
lake his aiinual setflemienit witl the
mI1ty treasurer and the comnty audi
r. Tle settlement required less than
free Ihoirlls. Ar. Jones found every
iing in shape for him, and it was
Imply a routine matter. The settle
iont was up to aitd Jieludiug Juu
1) of Ithis year.
Coniptroller General Jojies expres-s
I Iimsls'I.t. as very ])meh plelased with
1 cond ition in whilihl he foiuid the
miks of ie Newberry eounty* ol'fi-I
'rs. hi fact, iowliere in South Car
lin had lie fouid the books of coun
i of(Tilers ill better sliape thlia inl
Collfty Treasurer 14"pps and( Counl
Auditor Cromer are to be con.ra
0ated up-n tle excellent I howing
hieli was ov-lenced by their ! ooks.
MAY MOVE TOWN.
itizens of Chappells Conteir -lating
Moving Chappelb. ~U. On :-'he
TheP Viix-ens (1f Ch-lpt eils 11 - con
m11platin imioving Ilheir lown up oin
e lill about half a mile yonid
hevre tlie town is now I'ented. The
1 l whiili thley are conisideriilg would
a beautiful location for a tiwi. It.
.1boat ia half mile frrIl the South
In I'llilroad, lly tile Vaughanville
('happells, is a growin1g town Ilid
'Ir busiiiess ieni are lookin.- into
v future and considerin-u, whtat it
ayV bring forth.
iese Farmers Are Doing Something
The Aidersonl County,-Si ti Cairo
im. I n mers' Union is perhaps ono
the stronegst County Unions,in the
mkthl. Th'lis Unlionl nlow has -a lar-e
vo-story warehiotuse about fiiiislie
Id ready to receive cotton. Front
ir excliange we learn that !wvveral
Attonl Iill towns inl (le South loc,at
I like Aniderson-right in soie of
e. best cot ton growing territory
wre not been paying the. narket
-ice for cotton. In other words, the
cal mills have this rieb cotton pro
icing territory rather blottled.lip for
cir own profit, while the producers
F cotton have been forced to con
ibute a tariff to these local mills,
here they should have received a
)qity. This bottling up of the cot
1n market at these towns of course
jures the t rade of the towns. It ope..
ites after the fashion of the cow
at sucks hersvif. The buiinoss men
e now after joining hands with tile
armers' Union in their move to
Ore all thieir cottlon ini bulk and ship
ouIt to exp)ort or otIihe byers
Whlen tihe organized farmers. a1nd
eganized1 business men join1 hands
I a greaIlt b)ig move like thiis we are
>ing the tin lgs thait we have been
> 10ong talking aibout.
News From Whitmire.
WYhitmir'e, Oct ober 25.-We have
1(d much~I rain duinjg the sealson,
hlieh no dolubt. is the prevailing caulse
F so much chills and1( fev'er. But in
.ir younig D)r. lBoyd we haive a phIysi
an, who seems, to uinderstanld his
isiniess, and the people of t)his city
rc v'ery fortuniate in being able to
ta1in such a br'ighlt youlng man01.
Col John Fant, our11 efficient mayor,
pr.ogr'essive inl alli of his business
1(d it seenms only a question1 of time
lhen Col. Fant will have WVhitmire
'cen a betteri townh (lian at pre'senlt.
Mir. Will Lyhes, our marshal, is a
an thlat known no fear, and( thle law
reakers hiave mfadle thlemselves very
~ar'ce slice Mr. Ly'les hias b6en on1
0Our mer'ch ants areC up1-to-dat6 in
'er'y respect, and wvith tIle confi
enee of a very large terriitbiy a
r'iving and safe business is being
Whlitmire nlever' was a booming
>wni, but there has beii a gradual
ad steady growth all the time.
Mi'. J. E. Cofield has a nice rest
enece ini conttmplationi.
Dr'. George Dou.glas has~ just mov
:1 into his hanlldsome new rosidence.
We haove a fine cotton mill, bank
nad graded sch6oo, all being maunagedt
y brainy men, which tells go'n that
roper'ity is here to stay.
ALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Notice is here,by given that the per
mnal property of Mr. M. M. Playe'
ill be publicly sold dn :Monday,
'ovember 5, at 11 o'clock A. M. The
ile will take place on the Fef es
iagt, plpce, inear 1Mr. Dan Dominick's
sd Mi. Welch Wilbur's place's, threw
iles fropm Newberry, above.felenia
NEWS OP PROSPERITY.
Many Prosperity People at The State
Pair-Iron Worker Wanted
Prosperity, Oct. 25.-Mrs. 11. H1.
Rikard has been visiting relatives in
town and vicinity.
Miss Bettie Werts and brother,
Clarence, of Saluda county, have beei,
visiting friends and relatives the past
A number of our folks are at the
fair this week.
The free public schools will open ill
this ilistrict on Thursday, November
Miss Estelle Stewart resumed
teaching in Excelsior Academy on
Rev. V. Y. Boozer, of Salisbury, N.
C., is visiting his father, Capt. H. 6.
Boozer this week. He preached an
interesting and able sermon in Grace
church Sunday morning and assisted
Pastor Kreps with the communion
service. Rev. V. Y. Boozer and J. 11.
Boozer have been visiting relativee
at Silver Street. Mr. J. H. Boozer
will necompany his brother on his re
turi to North Caroina.
We are glad to note that Mr. Joe.
I. Hartiman, of R. F. ). No. 3, las
rented anld will move to town.
Messrs. Quattlebaum anid l'an.
ford are making an effort to get a
first class iron worker from fhe nun
ber of immigrants to arrive inl Char
leston next week. They have the
Promifise of one if such a one comd&
A number of the college boys are at
home this week enjoying home anI
taking ill the fair.
Mr. Young Brown, of Erskine col
lege, will spendt a few days at hiomlie.
He will he accompanied- by his friend,
St. Lukes parsonage is aboit fin
ished and P'kstor Koon will soon be
at home in one of the nicest parsoft
ages in lie synod. We con-ratulate
him and his people.
Dr. 0. B. Mavor was in town onl
professional busiiess one day last
Mr. P. N. l,vngston has been on
a visit to oir town.
Our school will give Friday as fair
holiday. Some of the pupils will go
Miss Lillian Young, of Georgia,
who will teach the St. Lukes school, Is
expeeted oi Saturday.
V. B. Wise, ole of the ''knights of
the grip,'' spent Sunday at home. Ie
is the same genial, smilin- ''Bach''
(If yore. Come again and stay long
er next time.
Mr. 1). E. Ridgell spent a day with
his aunt, Mrs. A. M. Lester, last week.
Mrs. E. C. Ridgell, of Batesburg,
was oi a visit to her sister, Mrs. J.
L. Wise, last week.
Miss Effie Hawkins entertained
the Jolly Dozen on Tuesday evening.
Miss Eva Lester was the fortunate
winner of the prize.
'I'he Ladies' Aid society met with
Mrs. J1. L. WVise on Thursday after
The Woman 's Missionaryv society,
(of Grace church, will have public ex
ereises on the evening of Sunday,
October 28, at 7.45. Papers will be
readl by Mrs. Kreps, Mr~s. J. L. WVise
and Miss Eva Lester. The public is
D)r. E. N. Kibler has been elected
delegate to the South Carolina synod
in Augusta, Ga., November 7,- with
A. 0. Bedenbaugh as alternate.
Miss Bessie Bowers is v'isiting Mrs.
E. WV. Luther in Columbia this week
and enjoying the fair'.
Mrs. Hannah Lester, of St. Lukes,
is visitinlg her niece, Mrs. J. P. Wheel
Miss Jessie Young, of Pomaria, vis
ite(l Mrs. Caldwell Sunday.
Mr.. R. C. Counts will move into
the Dr. Simpson house inext Tuesday.
Mrs. H. B. D)ominick, of Fountain
inn, is visiting Mr.. F. A. Dominick.
. Mr~s. .. 0. Simpson and Mrs. 0. B.
Simpson are visiting in Newberry.
Miss Gertrude Simpson is takiny
adlvanltage of the fair vacation. te
spend it at home.
Mr. WV. B. Williams, of Gadsden, lE
in town on business.
The friends of Rev. W. L. Sea.
brook iln our town regret to learn ol
Our town has sent down a fairly
large delegation to the state fair.
We regret to announce that Genei
al Barre hans been confined to hIh
r.oom for some time, and is not im-.
pro'ving as rapidly as his friendt
would wvishi. From his furlough of a
few weeks ago to this (ne wuas noi
We-aro glad to see oar 'itle friend,
Mower Singley,. able to be on the
streets again, nuor 9'n illness of sever
Mr. Olin lliobb, aftCr a few dayE
spent at ,home, hads returned to 'o
Miss Isabel WVilliams, .of Oadsden,
who has been visiting little Mini Nel
lie Ikohn, h a returned home
The New and Different Magasine for 1
Womnenj Whch Mfakes its iro,t
Appearance Witfi te- Ioy
ember Issue.. Nw on the
There are in Amerien a g9od many c
distinctly womdn . puibicatioill. 4
Though they differ widely in merit,
they are nevertheless emphatically c
similar in general scheme-a smatter- a
ig of fiction, a few articles, some 2
fashions, and a considerable percent- i
age of small talk.
This is all right in its way, and r
doubtless furnishes a very good model r
for a woman's magazine; but it is t
not the only model which a. maga-ine r
canbe made that will be welcomed in- t
to the home by woman. I
Women are the great readers of the t
world, and is especifilly true with re- x
gard to fiction. Men read more or less
fiction, some boks, a good many arti- I:
eles in the magazines, but chiefly con- t
fine their reading to the daily papern. I
They are much greater readers of a
daily papers than women. Women r
have more time for reading thani men, i
aid the story dealing with the human
heart, and with the joys and sorrows Y
and struggles and triumphs of life, t
interests them most keenly.
It is this element-good, wholesome
absorbing fiction, and ih great big b
IIea sure-tihat will differentitate t
Woman from all the other woman's d
magazines. To make room for all e
this fiction-say, four or five, or even a
six serial stories, and a large num.
her of short stories, and perhaps nOw
and then a complete novel-there will
be published no fashions and no illus- c
trations. Every illustration and ev- v
ery page of fashions cut just so much :
out of the reading space.
You cannot get something for noth- V
in. and get it for a very long time.
If a magazine gives you in fashions a
and illustrated brice-a-brace, and in
its departments, all that its price will
cover, it is clear tnat. it cannot give
in addition a ton of fiction.
This magazine will concentrate on
ficetion. Fiction will be its fourteen
inch gun. It may be that this isn't as
tood a model for a woman's magazine
as the conventional one, but it has the
merit of being different. If thero
were only one woman's magazine in
the field, the other model would pro.
bably be preferable. But with several
hundred such periodicals, aind all
built on practically the same lines, it
would seem that something radically
different in conception, thougfi equal
I would call the atten
tion of thetrade to some
splendid values in
Men's Furnishing Goods,
which I have just re
ceived and would ap.
preciate showing you.
I have the exclusive
sale of Ralston Health
Shoes and Hawes Hats.
Nothing better made
for the money than
Come and see us of
Newberry, S. C.,
October 22, 1906. a
( a ti
.0 1 d By 61i t.k M
0Middling . ...10
e d edding.. ..10 8-8
y close to the nerve-centers of hu- -
nan interest, would be able to pre
II)t ta 06hner of the woman 's field
nd hold it.
All fidtioi-Vould be absolute con
entration, but that would 'not mea
Are up to the purpose in this inaga
ifib. The aim is to make it, indepen
lent of its great volume of fiction,
ist as much of a home magazine in
ill the essentials as any woman's.
nagazine on- the market-a publica
ion that shall outrank all other mag
izines for women in the way of en
ertainment, and, in addition, shall
iave the substantial qualities that go
o help people to live better and be
Woman is a very big fagarine--192
ages, which gives it well-nigh double
he reading space of the various wo
nan's publications. By reading
pace is meant the space given to
eading and not occupied by advertis
Whatever advertising this maga
ine may carry will appear- on addi
ional pages-pages inserted especial
y for adv'ertising, and not taken from
lie reading section. All this-its
igness and its freedom from adver
ising on reading pages-will further
ifferentitate this magazine from the
onventional brand of woman's mag
TO DRAW JURY.
Notice is hereby given, that at 9
'clock a. m. November, 8th, 1906,
e will draw the names of thirty-six
ersons Who are to serve as petit
uirors for the court of common pleas,
Iichi will convene at Newberry, C.
I., S. C., on November 26th, 1906,
nd continue for one week.
Jno. L. Epps,
Wm. W. Cromer,
Jno. C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
ounlty, S. C.
October 26th, 1906.
AOST-A solid gold roundi locket
containing lady's picture, initials
engraved-D. A. L. Reward if re
turned to this office.
IIGHEST MARKET PRICES paid
for butter and eggs at the city
cafe opposite Newberry Hardware
Company. Earhardt & Wells. I'
'ARMERS Don't sell - your cotton
Until you show it to W. M. Wilson
Office Epting's Cotton, Yard.
!ETTER PUPPIES-I have Thor
oughbred Setter Puppies for sale at
5. and $7.50. R. H. Switte'nburg,
Jalapa, S. C.
J. P. Cook, representing Columbia
tecordl has 150 free delivery subscri
'es in Newberry aiid wvants 250 to
lovember 1st. Papers delivered be
wee 7 and 8 o'clock. Four wvhite
oys. Phone No. 178 and you get your
FJANTED--Four1 gentleman board
ers. Desirable accommodations
given. Apply at this office.
'OR SALE-Young horse four years
01(d. Apply at this office..
'OR SALE-3 very desirable build
img lots, 74 feet front by 150 feet *
deep in the heart of the progres
sive towvn of Whitmire, S. C. For
further informnation apply to
D. HI. Jones,
Raoford, N. C.
VANTED--You to see me before you &
build and get Prices on sash, doori.
'linds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
E. H. KIBLER,
Office formerly occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newbcrry, S. C.
NOTICE TO DEMOCRATS.
rotice of Meeting of the Democratic
Party of the Town of Neliberry,
A meeting of the Democratic party
f the Town of Newberry, S. Q.4 1W
ereby called to be haldi in the cottncil
bamber on Friday, November 2, at
30 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of
roviding for the nomination of hinui~
pal officers for the ensuing yearj
nid for such other business as ma'y'
n properly brought before it.
By order. of the executive cmi
0. B. )yr,
I. H. Hmunt, Qa~~