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The Movements of Many Pecplo
Newberrians and Those Who
Airs. .llhn Al. Killard and)( chibdre
retiired from Atugustia ii Siatirda
where they have blevie visitinig rel
rNis. W. U1. Iut11t1 re0tur.Ied froi
Edgefiel(I ist. week.
Miss Ellic Hliet left Saturday fc
Chesterfield, where site will visit l
sister, Mrs. G. (. Sale.
Thle Fortnlightly CAIub will mle4
witi Atis. lambliert W. Jonles th
Priof. Chaiirles 11. Kijeklighter hri
returnedvi (Io Newherry.
Air. llake Cely, of' (Ireenville, sper
Siniday in i he vity.
Aliss Ifli Wells enltertainled a re.
frivinds wn satuilay evenlingp inl hone1
of Air. aiud Airs. .1. S. AlcClure,
''lhe Co-eds h1,ad 1 sociable it Il1
residenev of* Airs. JTamles Al. Powel
oii Friday evenig.
Th'le y oung" Iwoleh. lud1 sulrpris
party at 11lhe ifome of Nlr. aii4 Ni rs.
It. ("reenl (n l0'riday evelnin..,
Air. 11141 Al is. William Nayes, c
labami, are visi in- n-hilives in thi
Air. .1. Ipps irowi, of Atlanta, ((i
retuile<d 1141111v (III atill<day,
INI. W. A. Aidrews, of WIitmiin
was inl thle vity yvshelday.
ilr. Whlitv 14"11t, (0f Whitmlirn..Spevi
81111. , v ei I( (.i t r11 v.
Smiilay ini the ciy.
TeW. C. TI. t'. will mleel .0 11h
0 ,'1n1ral NI. 1-:. ('1n11rch TIlluit-sdayv af11e.
llown at I "'clock.
Ir. w. '. casey, of iaimpioii, wh,i
is t1aveli- 1 fr a 1rg hose inl Dc
troil. iNicli., was ii Newherrv vestei
4hiv il Ohe linter'st oI his house.
The inanyv rriendsi of k. A.r
Ile re n1ol onlly gratif'ied to se
himii back to Newbwrr-Y ainl, butl als,
delighited to know that the is so m1uel
impiroved in healthi. hing his sta:
in VirInilh sveemwd vintir-ely to) re
oVLr 1111d gainl soilit t wen1ty pound
Ir. .am1ies K. (Ifildter, Jr., has abouo
comlipleted fuIrniishimiu. his del4tal ot
,iees inl the Sco,tt bilidilr and will b)
ready fIir work dtlriwn- this week. II
has he bitest improved appliance,
anld everythilig that will coiduce ti
make tihe deital Chair attractive. II
probably has one otf the best l'itte(
upl) otfices inl the state.
i[r. S. 11. .les, who has rented th
other slore rooml inl he Fraternit
hiuhlinil-, lis hlad it fited up for I
restatiralit llext t4 each olier, bodh il
todiay. With tle vity enfe 1111d Jonle:
restaurn1 n 1iexi to eachother, both it
neat, anld apple pie order, the peoph
of tlie town a1111 counitry should io
.\ndersoill rothers at IlIe (lobi
lacket 11rv I(111til some exeopliollab
ly Imw prievs mi uloithing" anld alm11s
everythin g yu w:i ut ini a1 first ('las
Al r. I .. NI. I 1hayer, whow somue dayW
ago1 l inehiised thte stocuk of Niru. t'. Y'
Morris, hats al readyv tken chairge a
to have hiis frienids call.
Pr'ot. hi. 11. )oiniiek, ofI F..niai
itin, is ini thwecily.
Ih-r. and14 Mlts. .1. TI. NKinarid aiid Mis
Mmiiiie Strotther, of1 Niniety Six, ar
visit ing at AMr. (1. NM. B. Eptingi's Co
at Few dayvs.
NIru. It. IF. Townisend,( of Union0,i
.n the cityV attentdinig conet this weal.
Thie ob14 t ime hio t supp)ter, wtic ieiwa
had by thle l adties of Cettrat Met hr
(list churebucl on TPhursday eveingi
was qutite( a suiccss, and1( abt)t Pift
do1llairs wvas realized, which will bi
uised fort thle benef(it otf tie parisonagi
Siniee they have piurechased Itie lo)1
at thle c'orner of Main and Colileg
Streets fromii Mr. James F. Todd, havi
a birainch in the hiilding1 recently oc
euieid by 1[l1111nd SIlighi, anid ini thtei
two( storues t hey atre lbettei aleL to dbu
play t heiri wellI select ed stock c
goods anid with be plheased to see thei
friend(s at either one of their store:
As soon as they can secure' the bric
and eoiitraetor they will begin t11
erectiont of three handsome stot
rooms on tis corner.
The ladies of the Presbyteria
church wvill have their annual Chry
santhemum shiow on the evening c
November the 9th.
Prizos will be given for the
Best specimen in white.
Best specimen in colors.
Also for finest variety of cut flow
ers other than chrysanthemums.
A bandana~ supper will be serve
during the evening.
The ladies will be glad to have e1
ery one having flowers to send then
The door- will be open at 4 o'elool
Place lill be announea later.
GROWTH OF RURAL DELIVERY.
The Ma:l Handled by the Seven Oar
riers from Newberry-Import
anco of Good Roads.
Thev f'ollowinlg statement f'or thle
1111umber ()I piecees car11riedI by (lhe rur1al
caries fomNewberry. d r'igh
i-loiith olf October will be initeresting.
Wlen lie service was first put oi
t at Newberry there was only oie route,
that one which is nlow inl Charge of
r Mr. W. 0. Peterson,, and lie was the
r first carrier. The first mouth ie
lanidled only about one thousand
pieces of mail, niow it will be observ
s edI that le hand11tles more 1hanl six thou
sail pieces teacl monti. There ire
tinow sevevn routes an(I lie sevetili is
han1dl in4: over I tirty-five hudl(]re(
ipieves (of ma11il eaicht m1onithl.
The establislilient of rural routs has
Iolne mllore to ielp tle ra(listriets
1 tht1. alytiing- 11hal hits bveel donle for
this class of, oul citizenls sinlc tile
fonildinl of, tle govelrnmenIt. In or
4 dmr to 1 rike these walit titey ougirt
to be anlltd ha1ve thlteIm exteuded so as
to reach every Iiome inl tile rra com
e numiti1ies. tit- people will have to
wake u) on t ma f nml 1. l fit't . It
has bveln stated4 revenllY that thiere is
no41W an11 inspector in, dhis seetion or
tIhe c l1I w I is glig ovvi (Ill,
rotes .11id if, any1 are dIisconinued-4, it
will be oIt alceonut o1,filvhecond(itionl of
fihe puiblic ralods, .11id thlose people,
%Iwho are nlow havinl. their mail de
livvirmd al (1heir floors Will nod appre
t viahe tit' .revat conlvenieniev of1 this
serice 1ntil it is takenl away from
Shem. It is dlffi lt to und141erst.t111
wh I y I Ipop 11de should In he IIl Itus,
iasl ic inl dtingl' :uIytthI lant woubtl
lIp 1t) exiemt this servive. Besides
~ I his. -.4141d1 rodi s are thle best. tlinirs
tit teounltr peopiv cant haive. anid
we Should14 very. muchel reg-ret to see
' 11 at, 1tro tes disontinuiedI onl leeolunt of
om-r public hli.-hwaYs.
Theli f*4llowing. sho>ws thIe num11ber. or
pieces iandled din (Ie fiointih or
0tobvie on each nite 'rom Newber
ry and fit'he namte1tv fi t t( cal-rier:
W. (1. Peterson. l?oite No. 1, 6-134
dm>. '. Peersoi, Iloute No. 2,
Ton Wicker, lJotte No. 3, 5719.)
W. H. EMIdy, R1oute No. 4, 3698
Frank Devore, Rotite No. 5, 6175
Tom Cihaliners, Iloute No. 6, 3997
Rlett Diickert, Route No. 7, 3614
Hair and Havird,
lir. it11(1 diHvirt have on a weeks
sale inl their new store roomt in West
Maint stre ,'1 an it tlteir page atdver
tisimt hoa ,y (pilote hle prict(ts whiiih
Wotl he ('hasap evnt witih co(ittl at
w f ho tIi il I ir ant I i the I
lin ~'e wi av no ii to all o them be-iu
srAdjaors.i nt Whenew qa.rs
lwt'h lie staos. ied upy eile ia ntly inet
un theaementl ofe i andses llavid'
a storte in West Mai seet. 1t1e iitlltibe
0at exaied fitew wi t.titnses Th
e liamis ini Mol ltotn eartly Suntday' miorn
ingu. Octtobetr 28. Mr t. W\alIteri Kitng
wais mariedtit to MIiss Allnai May Bietts,
Re'v. ,. Wu. White (i(ntintg.
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' Installation of Dr. D. G. Philips.
k Dri. 1). 0. Phtilips, paistort of the A.
C R. P. chtuirch, will lie installed Sab
* bathI, Nov. 11 th. Revs. 0. Y. Bonnet
andt H. B. Bilakeley will condtuct the
Thte Lor'd's Supper' will lie ceOlebrat
E ed ill te mlorning. The installation
-setrvice will be held at night. All are
Mr. Martin Injured.
H-is many fr'iends in Newberry have
been p)ained to learn' that 'several days
ago Mr. J. Elmore Martin, Jr., who Is
-nowv iwth the Southern Cotton Oil
company at Concord, N. C., had his
a left arm caught in a gin, and that it
may be necessary to amputate several
-of his fingers. Mr. M(artin was for
i. some time superintendent of the
.Southern Cotton Oil company in New
THE SESSIONS OOURT.
The Court Convened Yesterday Morn
ing, Judge Aldrich Presiding
Tlie fall term ol tlie eourt of gener
at sessionis fo Newberry eonlity con
venied yesterday moriniig, Jud,
-James Aidiici presiding. Thlere ari'
man1111y cases oil tle doeiket for trial
an(d it will not ,probably be possibl(
to dispose of all of them in the ont
week allowed by law for the sessiom
court. Judge Aldrich will go to Green
wood to open court tliere on nexi
Monday morning, and this gives New
berry only one week at this timo
Judge Aldiicli will be in Greelnwoot
two weeks for the sessionls and tit
civil court Uherev, and will thien comt
back to Newberry to opeii the ral
term of' the civil court here on No.
vember 26. It is possible for the civ
il court to conitinule two weeks,'th<(
next coiut in. this circuit being al
Saluda on the second Monday in De
Owing to the fact Iha yesterla
Was salvs(aY and that lie lawyers aln'
problbily some of* the jurors and wit
Mnesses, w(ee inter(st,d inl the sal's t
he ma11de. the iurt took a1 recess slim.t
1Y a Ite1 11 o'clock until : o'clock Yes
ten(lay .14ternioni. Solicitor Coopol
hail luoi1id a umber of hills to t
gmi'41d jury aind the rmi lr jury had
been halged by .udge Al drilh an
Iad retired lefore lie recess.
.Judg4-e AIdrich stated to the gralo
julry that inasimiuch as Ills was tIl
lird t(erm11 ofl coiirt <h1riing the year
(the Lrnd .Jur1Y havin11" beenl 'charge
att N1 w 11previous t'ermls ot, court. hm
gard to the iii a l1tie's as lie
Wouid have dmwni hiad it been the Iir.t
eoulrt irin l le year. Ile took il
tile variouls hil!s haided out by tle
s0li<itfr and chargl tlie jury as tI
tile law of each case. Judge Aid
rich lur In is service on the bencl
of Ohis state has maltde al envialble
reiitationl as a prsidin.g jiudge. and0
le 1maiitins tilis repiutation in las.
ebarg1-es, an1d inl his cn-llet of, tle
ilisilness ol tle coirt.
Aiong the hills of indictment
lhan11ded out by the solicitor was tihat
of the State vs. I. W. Goodwin,
cliarged with murder inl the killing
ofi E. L. Leavell, at Vaughanville.
Before the grand jury retired Sena
tor Cole L. Bleas, who represents ir.
Goodwin, stated that inasmuch as the
foreman of the grand jury, Mr. J. S.
Dominiek, was a witness in tile Good
w\in case, lie thought Mr. Doininic'k
should retire diiring. consideration oh
the case by the grillid jury and that
Mr. Dominick should make i) state
ments to the grand jury ill regard to
tle (ase except under oati, as other
witisses. Mr. )ominick said if lie
was a wittness he didn.'t know it, an
Solicitor Vooper and Col. Walter H.
iln11t. who is ine oI (.oullnsel assisthin
(Ihe solicitor inl the( prosecuition. stat
edi that thiey had no information as
toi Mir. l)oii ek becing a witnhess in'
the' ('ase. Senaitor' lilense stiated'( that
Mr'. I )tminick as not ary public 11ad
akein an aflfidavit in thec calse and
thait Mr'. D)ominiek would be a wvitness
f'or thle def'ence. Fuirt hermore, said
Mi'. Ilt'ase, Mi'. I)timinielt had ex
presse5td hi s op)iu ion on 11 one or wto Oe
('asitns nazin tst Ite tdeftendanIt, antd hi
i d lilt ti ink Mir. I )oin iek shouldh
se rve oiIn heju ry diiug thle consider
atitn ioftt thel case. Mir. 1I)om iieik salt
lie was5 perfect'tly willing to ret Ii.e. Oi
b,einlg iiestioneiid by' 'oh. HuIn t, he sait
lii' hadl not been subipoenaedi as a wit
ness5, andi hatd 310 informailtiion that lit
was to lie a witniess. Mir. Bilease said
that tuiless his moitiuon was granlted
herec v:otuld he a mnot ion before thec
iiext judige tiash thle indictmneint ii
lie ('ase1. Thie court, with thle show~
inii. madet, stated t hia it ditd not thiink~
lie showing had heent suffticient tc
ask thle foireman to re(t iie duriing the
coniisidtI(hion of thle eaise, and tIle jur.3
reit ired'u toi consiier thle hills hiandet
Tlhiere wa'is some dist'ission yester'
day tmoriniig as5 to wheitherci or' not th<
courtit shuld take a recess totday oi
accoun t tof the general elect ion, gener
ial electio d11cays beinig legal holiday:
ini this state unditer the statuite. Tilt
solicitot' stated that lhe wanted to gt
on with court, and( Mr .lhease said
he wantedi to add his voice to that 0.
thle soicititor' ini requesting that thi
court should go on today. Judge Aid
i'ich said that jurors anid witnessei
could iiot be forced to attend bul
that if the matter coultd be arranged
by consent and the jurors and wit
nesses wvere present tile business 0j
the court could be carried on, and thal
lie was always anxious to do as muel
work as possible.
In this connection Senator Blease
stated that lhe had been eriticised it
the newspapers in conneetion' with
the heavily congested docket, an~d hi
wvanted to announce that lhe was read:
with his eases, and anxious for trials
and that he wanted the court to go
in as muoh 'work this week as was pos
sIble, and he wanted the buuIness o
the court to continue today.
"THE ONE WOMAN" PLEASES.
Tom Dixon's New Play Delights Two
Audiences-The Lesson Sows the
Dangers of Socialism.
There's so little resemblance be
tween the book aid the play " The
One Womian'' that one wonders why
Dixon chose the name for his latest
dramatic production. Certainly it
was not because the play is a drama
tization of the book. The only thing
in common between them is the lesson
on socialism that is taught. Tihe
scenes of the book are laid in the east,
.soime ill North Carolina. The lead
ing character is a clergyman. lu the
play the scenes are laid in California
and1 the Klondike and the erstwhile
minister has turned into a pIofessol.
However, the radical views of the
men- are the same and the principle
of free love is exploited to show what
dlangers socialism may lead to, the
end coming in anarchy.
h'lie danIgers of socialism are not
appllrent. in this section of -tle counl
try and for that reason the play can
not be appreciated for the lesson it
teaehes, so any criticism must. be bas
ed on its value simply as a dramatic
To the t:o lar.---e anliences which
witnessed tihe prodltion yester'ay,
matinee and iiight, there was expecta
tion of umsual and intenise treatment
of a Ino(leril evil, anad tie altdiences
Were no0t disappointedI. Tomi D)ixon
has a ianner of expression that i.
vlealyIN his owNIl an(] (lie words put
into the months of tlie chia ters are
0ixhhnlespile all Ohe way I iroulh.
vre ar( eerlain sceiies that reached
a very 1h11 pile 111ndI required actiln.
of a brilliant kind, and this was never
lacking. The audience was worked up
to a hi-h pitclh frequently during tho
developIeInlt of the play, ald the
shrain that was evident reiniided one,
in a way. of the manner in which
I'l'he CamIIn.Sman'' worked on the feel
usf o' those who witnessed that IlayN.
'The One WOiman' is given inl foir
act s. with aiiple scenic accessories to
make it vivid. The characters are
very strongly portrayed, special men
tion being (ule to Miss Leollora Von
Ottinlrer as ''Kate Ransoms'; to
Florence Fisher as ''Ruth Spostwood,
the One Woman''; to Austin Webb
as ''Mark Overman'' and to Corliss
Giles as ''Prof. Frank Gordon.'
These four had very trying and dif
ficult characters to portray, and their
splendid work fained the appi'ecia
tion and approval of the audience
from the beginning.
Miss Lydia Knott as ''Miss Susan
Spottswood'', and Charles Fisher, as
''Prof. Sehmllitt'', had most of the
comedy work of the play and they
broug'h1t forth many an outburst of
1 ''le One Womall'' had not
been writ ten by Thomas Dixon it
would be considered a good dramatic
pro(duc(t ion, hut wold prlobly3 nlever
receive any ext ended r'eeptionl or cr'it
isis. Binghis ork itcalls fo'r
unusual interest and( criticism is made
whlich othlerwvise would never be of
Ini itself, howevver, the p)lay is meri
toriouis and is worthy of p)atr'onage.
C'ertainl it is thamt two r'epresentative'
Wihiningt on audiences mlanifested~
their approval ini mlany ways. There
was regret that Mr'. Dixon did not
(come1 to Wilmington with the com..
pany3, 1bu1t businless matters prevenlted
his doing so.--Wihnington Star.
DEATH OF A YOUNG MAN.
Mr. Hugh N'. Glymph Passes Away at
His Late Home.
Mr. Un1gh N. Ghymph died at tihe
honme of his parents at Glymphville on
Tu'iesday' mornling after ani illness of
thlree weeks. lie was a son of Mrs.
A. Y. W. Glymph and was a bright,
poisin youngl mall, beloved and re
spectedl by all who( knlew him, lie is
surv'~iv'id by his mother', five brothers,
Messrs. Ernelst, John, WValter', Grover
anld R1obert. Glymlph, and one sister,
Mrs. McB. Olymphi of Anderson. The
filfneral was held at tile residence of
the family and the interment was in
tile family graveyard at Olymphville.
'MARRIED IN WASHINGTON.
Judge Jas. F. Islar of Orangeburg is.
Among Those Recorded.
The Washington Post of .Friday
contained tile following marriage no
''James F. Iziar, Oraingeburg, S. C.,
and Marion P. Allston, by Rev. John
''William T. Frazier of Walter
boro, S. C., and Mary Hill, by Rev. J.
Read J. 1H. HlaIr's offer for next
DEATH HAS TAKEN
MRS. Y. D. YOUNG
STATE PRESS ASSOOIATION
LOSES BELOVED MEMBER.
Illness Was Very Brief-She Was Ed- r
itor of The Fairfax Enterprise t
and a Great' Champion of
Fairfax, Nov. 2.--Mrs., Virginia D.
Young, editor of The Fairfax Enter
prise, and president of the SjouthT
Carolina Woman's Rights associatipn,
died here this afternoon at 5 o'clock ]
after a brief illness of pneumonia.
Mrs. Virginia Durant Young.
The news of the death of Mrs. Vir
ginia D. Young was received with sad
ness in the office of The State last
itight, and with equal sadness will it
be given to the people of South Caro
lina. Mrs. Young was a woman of
large soul and in her love for woman
kindl she devoted her whole life to
cert ain prilnciples in which she firmly
She first entered the public service I
of her sex in the capacity of an ot
ficer ofthe Wonian's Christian Ten
peraimee union. Then she became a
contributor to the (ohumnns of the
Hamnpton (iardian, Conducted by Col.
M(-Sweeiey, afterwards goverioi.
She was given a regular temperance
department. in that paper.
Silbsequeitly she organized the
Pairfax -'nterprise, a newspaper de
voted to promotion of' Woman's rights
correcting the wrongs done woman,
aid tlie advancement of good fellow
ship among all maikind. Mrs. Young
was a tireless worker and a writer of
fluency, ease and grace. Two or more
exteided stories in the form of ro
maice bear her name, and have enter
tained anid pleaised thiousands. Her
newspaper style was entirely profes
sional and gave dignity to her efforts
to uplift the canse of woman.
While hers may have been a iascu
line mind, hers was truly a woman's k
heart. She was full of sentiment
though far from being sentimental
and her life was one of love for all
mankind. The home of Dr. and Mrs.
Young at Fairfax was never closed to
the stranger, the back of her hand was
never offered to the needy. All found
a true Southern welcome under her
She was an advocate of law aini I
order and for the education of woman
she strove with a vigor which her
frail body did not seem to posses,.
Her printing office was operated and
managed by her women, her wlhole life
was for other women, and the work
that she has done will ever be an iispir
ation to those of her sex vho think as
sIhe thought, but have not the great
courage, thme soul unafraid wvhich tenx
anted the frail body of Mrs. Virgiina
She was a great pet at the gather
ings of the State Press association. At
every meeting she wvas called upon to
read an address, and at several ban,
quets she wvas asked to respond to
toasts, and she did so in a gracious
At the meeting at the Isle of Palm1
during the summer just closed, she (
read her reminiscences of the State
press. This paperl will beC pinted In
the regular proceedings of the associa- I
tion and will 1)e cherished by its mem-L
A great heart, a virile mind, and a
swveet and gentle spirit has passed
from the ranks of South Carolina
Mimnaugh is advertising Silks and
Shoes as leaders for this week.
Enough said. Everybody knows that
Mimnaugh has the goods and sells
In Memoriam-Mrs. Jefferson Davis.
Bring her slowly from the Northland d
to her owna loved niative shore,t
Down the battlefields of Dixie where ~
her hero passed before,
When the Southland rose in glory and t
the summer days wvere sweet,
And she stood beside a chieftain with ~
a nation at her feet;
She wvho shared the great' effulgence
of the wartime's morning glow,
Closer stood beside her soldier, when
the evening lights burned low.
Down the broken-hearted Southland,
down the driftwood covered path
Where hei' chieftain led, she followed,I
gathering up the aftermath..
Put a roAe bud on her bosom and a
lily in her hand,
For she goes to meet her lover uap the ~
'slopes of Heavenland.
Come to Hair's Tonsorial Parlon'
for shave. and hair outs 10 and 25 'eta,
Corrected by Nat Gist.
diddling.. ...........-...9 5-8
4riet Middling...........9 '3-4
10od Mliddliing .... ..9 7-8
For Alderman Ward 5,
J.P. Cook is hereby ainiouniced ais
Caldidate for aldermaii form Ward
aid will abide rules of Democratic
Hair's Tonsorial 'Parlor will open
uesday motning in new building
,ower Main street.
'OR RENT--One-horse farm, dwell
ing &c. 6 1-2 miles from Newberry.
B. S. Boozer.
At Ashley Mfg. Co.
VANTED-Traveler for established
house. Twelve Dollars weekly to
start. Expenses paid. References.
Address George G. Clows, Newber
ry, S. C.
VANTED-Good shoe cobbler. Ap
ply to J. W. Reagin.
.OST OR MISPLACED-Surgical
instruments wrapped in white duck
cloth instrumeit cover. Finder will
be rewarded by returning them to
me. W. G. Houseal.
'OP BUGGY and haruess. Second
hanid but good as new-for sale.
Apply to J. W. Reagin.
IR. BROWN, the well known and
competent optician, of Columbia,
will again visit Prosperity to re
main at Wise's Hotel one week.
All suffering from eye trouble
should call amd have their eyes ex
aminiied free and treated according
HINGLES-I have pleity of shing
les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
TRAYED from my place Saturday,
October 27th, one bay mare mule.
She has a breaking out. on the neck.
When last heard from was at Mrs.
Henry Nichols Saturday night. Any
one taking her up and notifyng me
will be paid for their trouble.
T. B. Bedenbaugh,
Prosperity, S. C., 11. F. D. No. 4.
[IGHEST MARKET PRIOES paid
for butter and eggs at the city
cafe opposite Newberry Hardware
Company. Earhardt & Wells.
E. H. KIBLER,
Office formerly occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. C.
(our Money's Worth
Your Money Back!
The flower of delight is Isaac
-larter's A No. 1 Flour.
;uaranteed to retain every
'article of nutriment there s
ri the finest wheat grown.
larter's A No. IFlour Satisfies,
a reONLY by '
IOBERT & WILLAM.
Wu have opened a neat and upto
ate (linig room or restaurant in Fra
ernity Hlail, next door to the Southern
axpress Office and opposite the New
erry Hardware Co. We expect to do
2 this line just what we have in the
heatrical business-give Newberry the
est to be had in acity of its size and
ituation. To do this we ask the ear
est co-operation and patronage of the
Vlaals at All Hours,
nd special attention paid to ladies.
1"ays.on har.d for sale at reasonable
Everything in season possible to be
ad, will be kept.
We carry a nice line of cigars. Call
a see us.
Earhardt & Wells