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The Movements of Many Pecple,
Newberrians and Those W-o
n Ii.,gh t. Thle ir home )II in I 'nhotn s1tAreet
was jeaitifullY decorated and an
ele-it dinner was served to a few
invited friends. The presents were
n111merl,0s1 ali<d very hlandsolle.
Afms Civrrip Sovilleyv, of 81p:iraan
burg, ], spending somei time inl the
Mlr. Frank EMNworthl '11 WorovAto,
Mass., was inl Newherry yesterday. It
will be remembered flhat Alr. Ens
w1-orth1 aIts at onle time il business
here some yviS and while hlere mar.11
ried Aliss P4ratler. le is lookiig well
a111 is prospering and Iis friends in
Newhirr wvere lad to see him.
Ilonl. Glell. S. 11wer camtle up Alon
day. le came for thie purpose f(it hav
i r eils rejlort Itl SY1i'l alditei anl
all v vnh<r vxaminueld. This busines
w1v:S vo in-ed to, b the t c m mi il Ie
lilt .\t \)i Nlrs. .1i t 'ds .11. Bowers next
'tur v .110, 1 a t ,1 o'l T k.
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m h d".. as vi i t l.
LOCAL TRAIN TO MONROE.
Sea',-card Air L,*nc Writ-c:s of Discon
tinuance of Service.
mi W et NwIIloh Air h n s1.V wrs nIttextt
Ial p.Iten il Seivic. I wiern At
l1.is vX isiin1 4ais lt' tlt tev ill
Silata 441 I Wit' ofDisconi-ili Nov.li
Il ti nuancet of SI( ter .
11111 ith it a s nAt I.i p aill I iIV St
roa1 alo stattis thntt tle local rain
(dotes n1o( pay.
,ile lommi sssi ims eitten te
hoad that if te 1an is Nisti wiuetl
twe fast trains will havle to slil..
tile Iloenl service, which Ilealls that
tile\ will levi- to nimkIe asideraWme
'1111.0es Il tli m i sedilever.-Tlie
State', Novelill)VI 1-1.
ot, Iis a w1,it Shlild the miseolitled,
tile peop)le al1 Wiliii re ill this eoull(N,
as well as at ot aie playines alon te
road. Under tle taet t SleltAile
roa tihatery mif h it is diconticnie
the f t' t r in w ll t a v to s p ly
Ltet; lsocal service, whichas 4'4ii'that
th wlitit lm hallii , ('t t . I nsL l
hae sm. cal In their Y Isosele- A
Silta, NovembertuIilP 14ll vrdl4'il
Si' this train I sho\Iuld bedicntnud
i Awllwrk re f o nvreninc. t
thepole 1'S 14'11' at (lilreint'it ont
a wl'l as a other11 plales, an th
road.' 111 Unde th pres Ili'st schedulewh
thei' 1 ele aromsd 4 W itmr enn comel41''
at t'lit owillh t '.,ei N. &tw' 2. and
the oe caOllnllher donel hv ts wtho
desire to go' from Nwherry iItoc hit
mire iess chante the made inha the
fasttinslI toi saykeOt this netin
'ls interfere ilh he fltlrdve o At
lant, neis sitine blayf vl. tIl glin
oof sveal hous oy the wh,of tde
ner Ae,wo aarrested forMurer
ato The eStatiet sfent dlalte it1i
tearehi oh llaiaile, a har
Biley nser.ws arestyecpin onmbi
lae mdro tpenne Hoel awneth
th cerpttion t.atn. froniteey haf
bey wmored rncty ythe cpiens
bus tresnedr' ateehmight hamehin
perdind achane in the thr-e rs
afterphe murero. Stephenowell.i
wins e omfmered our etre vtoko
ghiss wbe, ockwas n'. murdrd bya
atgros man esr tport clseout The
fllin muto. Seeabu ' hi. a
"Sheriff . M. Bafrrd, o.ew
ber,wh a er etrdy e
MEETING OF OITY 0OUN0IL.
To Take Up Union Station Matter C
With Railroads-As to Amend
mont of Charter.
T!l etin'. of the ity councuil on
Wedile.,daY vih onlsideredl severalle
Imlitters 'F importance to fihe city. In
rea'Ird to tle recommendation or res- b
olution passed by the citizens meet- b
ing asking the city council to sub- C
mit to the voters of Newberry the b
<question of amending the charter so
* to extend th erm of the mayor 4
and other officers to two years and to h1
pre-vide for two alderman from each A
*-ir'th. the coutncil postponed action e
uni1til tihe next meeting.
1'nder the code of 1002. volume 1, c
setion 19l), before an election can '
he beld. it is icvessa'ryw to havet a peti- e
lion signmed by a majority of tile free
holders of the city. The council will y
provide for tle eirculation of these
petitions at oice. p
The 14ollowin'-z is the section refer
S'ection he. The arten or arti
0h- , ot inW.W.irauton ot it y ilN. or
h-< il Ill S":l'',. wllet1lI r s,wh city
.\V :>S !nra .\-embtly~ or
I1 il'e -o'r:l law 1 iv the Svertl
rv it' Il: mv'. tun1 he' a (ntleid ll
InY parliv-11h1r. n1-i inceons,iStent wvithi
e Clon-tilittil n aid laws of the
late. in the f6llowiitr nmannier: A
'Ciim,ion s.hall first be submitted to
h. Town or City Couincil Iy a lim
rily of the free holders of such
NI I cit. prayinz that an elee-1
ion h oil, ird(l. tI' asnertainl wheth
-:1il C. uil -hail trde nl elee- I
in. :' t-ir not It-s thail tell days
m1l)lit :1.vr enti-ii1 .. Ai sneh u c -
i,1n enci aIIV1lhmIIhnet shtall he voted
ip,n stparmelv. and the tickets orl
ilot' shall be pre-zerihed by the said
(1nn1ieil in such ways 'ts to plainly
-xpr 1"s th' will t' tlt, vcter as to
-:,I iltiesti-n submitted. At such
-leiil th4 nailtiel vletors of the
Imniii.alitv shall be allo4wed to v-ote
i the 41liu'stion 41r, q1luestions of the
)*l.wllnse '1m1imlent or amendmlenits,
it the usual votin u plhices, in a box
iIvidtd fir the purpose at each vot
n1g place. It' a majority of the votes C
,ast he ascertained anl declared to
>e in favor of any or all of the pro
1os(d amendments, then the said w
C'ouncil shall 'publish the result of E
the said election, and declare the C
vlopted amlendeit or amendments t,
o be a part of tlie charier of incor
>iration of such city or' town, plainly C
thowin, the reading of the parts in- L
6Olved as amended, and shall forth
vith file with tile Secretary of State, vi
i copy of such deelaration; whereup
Ill sich adopted and declared amend
Ilktt X unmets sluill stand as
I part of IIt chart-er' of incvorpora- '
ionl of' sinli 'ity or town.
The emimleil alsO) tookI up the mat-1
er oft thle union station1 at Newherry
nuol appointed ;1. 11. 1air'. L. W' it
ri llr'ow~n ti .go fto ( olumnbia and con-.
u'r ith Prtesidenit (ChIilds an,l Super'- th
uit'tilentt Williamts ini r'egard' to the
no v i ng oft the pre'(senit stat ion of thle
sether n'i on theit iorth side of' Main
,trei', as surest ed bys The I Ierald
nil News several t imies. e
At. Ihilds, ( no donh1t, wvill agree to hi
lit this and payt~ fioe I le ming~ii of .
hei station. This will lie a very much
>r'ella shed.s, ias wasit firist propo iused.
tas it w iIli e a bet ter ar1rangemet ~
'or hoth rioads;. i
The ('nli' alsot eected a nother' to
>olicemian, Mrti. I'. N. Austin iof West si
'Riud. Mr'. A\nst in is a nat ive of \\
i reenvil le andl ('ame( to Newheirry lii
;uime four i or fivec~C yeas iagi and( has
wen,i workintg in thle Newhierry mills. ft
lie is a ytiung man of commlnandiing m
n'esence and1( good habit s and no o
loubit will make an et'feient ollicer. tI
It w~as also dlecidedt( to put somel lit
iddlit ional lights ini wariids 1 and 4. in
A fifty eandile light will lbe piut ini m
the front (if the Central Methodist
church and two of these same lights
will be put in ward 1, oine at the cor..
ner of Cline's shop1 and1 one in Bax- Nv
ter street and another arc light will
be put in ward 1 ini liigh Point.
Council also empowered the com
mittee that goes to Columbia in re- tc
ference to the union station to take y
upl the matter of a steel bridge over li
the railroad on Boundary street. The al
pre'sent structure is dangerous and
should have attention and the proper o~
thing for the railroads to do' is to si
erect a steel bridge.
To Talk on Temperance. d
At the request of the ladies of s
Newb~erriy, Mrs. E. S. Herbert will cl
make a talk on temperance on Fri- e'
dz'y evening, Nov.-16, at 7.30 in Cen-- '
tral chureb. All are cordially inyvited, a
Farmers, we are paying .highest o
price for Cotton seed.'
'Pnrc11 A Scott
THA. NEWS OF PROS;BRITY.
oing to O!,ahoma-R:v. Btown t
Lecture in Lutheran Ohuroh
ProsieI-ity, Nov. 15.-At the sp)
al reqitest of Pastor Kreps Re'. C
.rIIown). missionary to Japan, wh
now in America on furlough, wil
e at the morning service in Grae
imreh on the fourth Sunday, Novem
Mr. Henry Frick and family, o
aluda county, will leave for Okla
Dma on Friday. Mr. Friek will joib
[r. Waters Dominick, who emigrat
i to that section last year. Mr. J
. C. Koon and family, of Saludj
nuty, will follow in a few wpeks.
here will soon be a South Carolin
>lony in Oklahoma.
The Sorosis met. with Mrs. G. Y
nnter on Tuesday evening.
Rev. 1. S. Caldwell is attendin
reshytery in Alabama this week.
Mrs. G. Y. Hunter attended t01
ssion of the South Carolina Syno1
Aunusta. Oa., last week.
Mis,s EIenia Summer visited Mrs
.C. 1,arm110n Tu'lesday.
W. B. Wise, the "asso man'' Wa1
IownI ihe 1'irS( of 1te Week.
11r. 1). E. Ridgell was in town Wed,
Mliss May Witherspoon, of Vir.
nia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. I). H1
All the visitors and members of
enod have returned. Mr. and Mrs,
reps. A. H. Kohn. Dr. E. N. Kib
r. Miss Eva Lester, Willie Mae
'ise anld Mrs. (. Y. Hunter. Thev
port.a pleasaint session of Synodl
1 a genlerally ;-ood time.
Mrs. K. Baker and the childrenl, ot
reenwoo'd. are visiting her father,
r. S. C. Harre, who is still confined
Miss Edna Livingston, of Cohnibia,
visiting- her brother. Mr. 11. K.
vinl-ston11, whoim we are glad to re
It( is illprovm
Miss Nannie Simpson is teaching
e Mac Cetd on ia sehool.
Mr. John Rilard. of Leesville. is
siting his uicle, Mr. E. K. Beden
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Copeland, of
inton, were the guests of Mrs.
acket's parents over Sunday.
The visiting is not all this way
lien it comes to Clinton. Mr. W.
Moseley is very fond of ivisiting
inton. We guess he goes to see
Miss Mamie Miller and Mr. .Me
>rd, of Newberry, are visitiig Mrs.
C. Merchant. I
Mrs. Lybrand is visiting in Lees
lie this week.
Mrs. W. A. Moseley spent Sunday
Newberry with relatives.
Mr. .1. 1). Luther, of Columbia, ae
npanied by his friend, Mir. Daven
i spent Sunday in town with hiE
Misses Eula and Nellie .Jay are vis
ing in Saluda this week.
Miss Marie Leekie, of Chester, will
'it her sister, Miss Margaret Leekie
e' last of the week.
(Capt. RI. HL. Russell, of Savannah
1.. spe'nt Sunday withi the children
Messrs. Quat tilebaum and( Langford
ing to thle fact that their emigl'anl
uld not b)e uindeirstood retur'ned
mn to (Columbia and have now open
the old Ruff shop1 just in rear of
('ir st ables.
Hy a misunider'standing we saild
at M r. Glerhard Bedenbaugh would
eupy' thle Sheely house when i
on111d have been Mr's. Ann D)errick
Ponmai'ia. Mi's.' Derr'ick will m1ov<
0our town sonme time in D)ecember
ae comes to school her children
C wvelcome( hier and her interesting
If the old saying that a snow be
i'e Christmas means a good croi
xt year, we ought to have a gooi
e. This is the earliest snow fal
at any of our people r'ecolleet. Wi
d1 quite a fall of snowv here Wed
sday, the 14th. It is nlow iI:aining
d everything is full of slush.
SHOT BY HIS STEP SON.
r. 3. B. Williams Shot in the. Ohii
and Mouth-Wound SerIons.
A most nnfortunate shootiing ,affai:
ok place in the Mollohonvlageoi
onday night, when Mr.. J.fB. Wi
ams. was shot in the chin, by hi
epson, Roy Donald.
Mr. 'Donald, who is a young.man o
ily eighteen years of age. After th
tooting he came immediately 'an
we himself up to the sheriff an
nowv in jail. Just what was th
ifference between the father an
mn is not stated. Mr. Donald de
ines to make any statement what
rer.. It is understood that Mr. Wil
.'ns is sitting up in bed but is unx
'eo to speak. .The ball ivent througl
to anouth and lodged in the baol
tthe neck. He is in a. very prNeariou
MR. J. H. SUBER DEAD.
Passing of One of the Most Useful :
and Foremost Citizens of Brazos
- lr. J. H. Suber died at his home
near College Station yesterday morn
Sing at 7.55 o'clock, after an illness of c
1 about three weeks which took its sar- i
D ious turn some ten days ago. He im- <
- proved since that time, but relapsed i
on Sunday and thereafter hise life <
e hung by a thread until the hour of %
- disolution. Every effort was made to 1
I relieve his sufferings and prolong his t
- useful life, but to no avail, and the (
family and friends are bowed by a 1
weight of sorrow which will be keenly i
felt wherever he was known.C
Mr. Suber was born in Newberry, e
S. C., Oct. 21, 1853, and resided there i
until he was 25 years old, having in
the meantime married Miss Leila H. I
Richards oj that place Dec. 18, 1873.
Ie moved with his family to Texas in
February, 1878, and located near the
I A. and M. College where he resided
the remainder of his life. le leaves a
a wife and tenl children, the latter be
in- Eugene 11. Suber, Misses Lizzie, e
t Leila anld Corrie Suber. J. H. Suber
,JIr.. John, Miss Bertie, Ross, 'ommie
and Milton Suber. He also leave,
t wo sisters. Mirs. W. A. Hlill of Souith
Carolina, and Mrs. C. P. Dickert of 1
Mr. Suber was among the most use- E
ful and influential citizens of the
couity. He was possessed of remark
able energy and firmness of charac
ter, and was successful in all his busi
iess enterprises. le aequired large
holding of valpable -lands, and was
eminently successful as a farmer and
stock raiser. Ilie lilt for himself t
and family a handsome home, and
provided liberally all the comforts of It
life and for the education of his -
ehildren. le took an active interest
in publie affairs, was public spirite I i
a,A shirked ino responsibility of eit
izenlship. le was a member of the
Baptist ehurtcrh and- of the Bryan
lodge of the Ancient Order of Unit
ed Workmen. He was also a mem- hi
bre of the board of directors of the
Texas Woman's College, and took an
active interest in- the affairs of the
institution, contributing no small part
to the success which it has attained. G
Mr. Suber passed away in the prime a
of life and usefulness, being only 53
years and 16 days old, and his death
i$ a distinct and irreparable loss to
1ira os county and the state. Honor
able, upright, courageous, intelligent I
and industrious, he served well his k
day and generation.
The funeral service, conducted by
Dr. Gco. B. Butler, will be held this
morning at 10 o'clock, at the family
residence near College, after which b
the remains will be brought to Bryan '
and laid to rest in the city cemetery. i
Funeral of Mr. J. H. Buber.
The funeral of Mr. J. H. Suber was
held yesterday. Dr. Butler conduct- C
edl the service at the family home at
10 o'clock in the presence of a large
assemblage of friends. A long pro
cession followed the remains to the
Brydin city cemetery, where others
also assembled to pay respect to Mr.1
Suber's memory. There were manyt
handsome floral offerings. The ae
tive pall bear'ers were: WV. C. Boyett,
.J. W. Carson, A. W. Buchanan, Ed I
- Hall, Jno. M. Lawvrence, Webb Howv
elI, A. G. Board and M. M. Burford.
H-onorary pall bearers: M. Parker, S.
B. Buchanan, T. T. Goodwvin, James
Boxley and 1L H-. Newton.--Bryan
(Texas) Morning Eagle, November
Items From Beth Eden.:
Miss Pearl Goodlette, who is
teaching the Mollohon school, came
home Friday afternoon and staid un
til Sunday; she was accompanied by ,
her friend Miss Hattie McCarley.
Miss Lucy Suber, who teaches at f
Long Lane spent Saturday and Sun
day at home.
Our young people enjoyed a dance
at Mr. Gu's Brock 's, Fridlay evening.
Mr.. Will Folk and family spent a
day or two wvith his father Capt. H.
H. Folk recently. They were accom
panied by Miss Addie Bell of Edge--~
field. Miss Bell teaches the school
near Mr. Will Folk's.
Mr. Antine Buzhardt and wife
e spent Sunday at Capt. HI. H. Folk's.'
Mr. and Mrs. John Suber spent a
-day of this week at Mr. E. C. Crom
Ser's. Mrs. Cromer hias been quite sick
for some tipne. We hope she may soon
be restored to health.
Tine Farmers' Educational Cooper
ation Union met at Bieth Eden Mon, i
Sday evening, nearly all of the Ixnem..
Sbers were present.
Mr. Ham Kibler died at his home i
here Saturday Nov. 10th, and was
buried at St. Pauls the following day.
Mr. Kibler leaves a wife and several I
children to mourn his loss. Mr. Kib
1ebr was a member of the Lutheran
C church and a soldier in the war be
tween the States. He had endleared
*himself to those with whom he came
in oontaot here and will be missed.
SWALLOWED AN AORN.
t Went in the Windpipe-Physi.
c,ans in Columbia Unable to
Oil TuteNd.,y m1.1rn11ing John Andrew
"literwhit, the ilsixteel yeal. old sonl
X Mlr.'M1. il. atrht,wile ly
n1 on his back oi the campus at the
ollege and tossing acorns in the ail
id catching them in his mouth, ae
identally threw one of them into his
vindpipe. Dr. W. E. Pelham, Jr.,
6as called in and took ttn. ' mn
o Columbia that afternoon. Dr.
luory and other physicians in Colum
'ia applied the X ray, but were i!in
ble to lotnte the aeorn. Dr. Guel.
perated on Wednesday, but still
Ould not find it. The young im-w i
ow Pt the Columbia hospital He
loe, not so:r. to suffer much 1.-.a.
m11 i 1 ei-V Is w) tellin. l.ow Se,.!% it
ily be r.-so'w
Death of Mr. J. H. Kibler.
It seems as if on1e sadness follows
lother. We hardly h1ave time from I
aki11) 01u1r penl illing tile deatl
1 o1nt or of l rood (lid flrieids, until
V%ws (m011es thallt anothoer ole is dead
'Ihis elti-ire commun111i11]it Y was struck <
-ith saidnt's whenl the liews came i
ist Saturday evening thait MINr. J. T.L
:lle wls (lead. He (lied at his
liome near Beth Eden Church oin
aturday last at. 1 o'clock.
Mr. J. H1. Kibler was sixty-seven I
earl-s, foulr months and lilleteen (lays
f age. Tiis bids farewell to another
ne of our good old veterans. Mr.
%ihir wls horn11 anld raised ill Ibhis I
11Mmilmiiity. Ile lived as lmly near
eigIo l)m..ll my life with tile excep
oin o frour years, which lie spient
I the cel.0l walr un1til five years ago,
e moved ito the Long Lane comnilmn
y where he has since lived until his e
etth. Mr. Kibler was not only a
nod and true soldier of the war, but I
e was also a good neighbor. le wa
hlvays jovial and endowed with such
nalities as caused all those who knew
.im to love hini. Ii his death the
Mie in left a vacaney that can't bo
hed. The wife and children, a
r-iend above all other friends. While
le mourn with the bereaved family,
e commend them to the mercies or
od, whose ways are not our ways,
id who doeth all things well. Ve
must remember this world is not om
ome. John says this corruptible
must put on incorruption and this
iortal must put on immortality. All
lese living things on earth, which
now us now, will soon know us no
The deceased has been a member of
t. Pauls Lutheran church since his
oyhood and his body was laid to
,st on Sunday following his death
i the burying ground of his ol
tother church in the presence of a
irge congregation. Rev. J. A. Shigh
anducted the funeral services.
T. J. W.
Death of W. B. Oxner.
Mr. W. B. Oxner (lied at his hom111e
iMaybinton, S. C., 01n Monday, the'
2th, and was buried on Tuesday at.
to family burying gr'ound. He was
ixty-two years of age and his entire
Ce was spent near his chi(lhood
omec with the exception of the three:
ears that lie gave to the confederate
ervice. HeI belonged to the cavalry.
ranch of that service and( was a
rav~e con11federmate soldlier.
Mr. Oxner' w1as twvice mlarried. is
irst wife was a Miss got.hune, of,*
~harlot te, N. C., who died leaving
im five daughters, three of whlom
re nowv living.
Ten years ago Mr. Oxner was main
ied to Miss Annie Pearson, of. New
erry, S. C., who with two boys suri
lie was a devoted htusband and
ather, a kind neighbor anid a good
he Herald and News extetnds its
ymnpathiy to those who are bereaved.
The Election in Newberry.
The commissioners of state and
ederal election met at Newberry on
utesdaiy and tabulated the vote in
lhe federal boxes. There wvere 616
otes cast for Hon. Wyatt Aikon,
,ith no opposition. In thme state boxes
here were 722 votes cast. In one or
wo of the state candida1tes jthere
vere serat'ches, but the vote was3
ractically unanimous, all of the of
icers receiving about the same vote.
Under the recent act of the legisla
ure this tabulated vote wvill be sent I
y express to Colum~bia instead of
eing talan by a messenger as here
Farmers, we are paying highest
rice for cotton seed.
* Purcell & Scott.
ANT to sell 20,000 lbs. fine cab
bage. Price, right
at Bill and Bobs.
Corrected by Nat Gist. -
fiddlin - 34
9trict Middling --. . . 9 7-8
Jood Middling -........10 1-8
I hereby announce myself as candi
lhte for relection to the office of
nayor for the ensuing terni and
)ledge .to abide the rules of the Dent.i
>wratic party. A. T. Brown.
ror Alderman lVr 4.
J:1s. IT. Iair * noiniated' for ro
lection as alderman from Ward 1
md will abide the roles of the Demo.
"ate party. Mr. Hair. has served
us Ward well and faithfully.
Mr. P. F. Baxter. is hereby nominat
)d as a candidate for alderman for
iVard 1, and is pledged to abide the
'tiles (if the Democratic party.
For Alderman Ward 3.
L. W. Floyd is hereby nominated
or alderman from Ward 3 and will
bide the rules of the Democratic
For Alderman Ward 5.
('has. U. Wessn is nominated as a
andidate for Ahleriman from Ward
and will abide lie rules of the
J-P. Cook is hereby announced as
candidate for aldermian form Ward
and will abide rules of Democratic
E. L. Jodlesperger is nlominated
or alderman from Ward 5 and will
hide the rules of the Deniocratic
7or Graded School Trustee Ward 1.
L. M. Speers is hereby ninated
is a eanldidate for member of the
loard of tristees of the Newberry
ra11ded school from Ward 1, and will
[hide ORle rules of the Democratie
"or Trustee Graded School Ward 2.
Ply.,ter N. Martinl is hereby inill,.
1Ied as a eandidate for trustee of
he Newherry graded school from
A'ard 2, and will abide the rules of
he Democratic party.
'DIr. W. E. Pelham having served
ltifully since the beginning of the
raded school system in Newberry
s hereby presented to the voters of
Vard 2 for reelection as a trustee
rom that ward. Voter.
Graded School Trustee Ward 3.
0. Klettier is hereby nominated
o truste of .tle Newberry graded
(ho0-l from nWard 3, and will abide
lie rules of the democratic party.
'or Graded School Trustee Ward 4.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for trustee of the grad
1'coo romi Ward 4.
J. I-. Wieker.
'or Graded School Trustee Ward 5.
.J. Morijan Davis is nominated as a
nuidahte for member~ hoard of tus
('es of thle Newb)err'y Graded schools
romu Ward 5, and will abide the rules
4' the D)emoecratic p)arty.
Farmers, we are paying highest
rice for cotton seed.
Purcell & Scott.
GEW YORK Slate IBaldwin aples1C
I'or sale at wvholesale.
Jas. Fi. Tlodd(.
i0ST-A small sinigle~ ('ase g'old
wal ebI, withI Louise .Jones engravedi
on the case and tihe p)hotogrmagh of
a little girml on the i nsidle of thle
case0, 5IiPposed to have been lost
betw&ten thle gradedl school build
mnig and1 my residlene. A suitable
reward will 1)e pid if returnedlct to
A. C. Jones, Newberry, S. C.,
HEREBY FC-,BID any one to hire
or' harbor Geor'ge Sander's, colored,
about 22 years old, as he is uder
contract with me for 1906 and 1007.
J. S. Dominiek.
'OR RENT-Two cor three good one
horse farms, 7 miles west of New-.
berry. H. D. Boozer,
Nowberr.y, S. C., R. F. I). 1.
'OR RENT-Eighit horse farm two
miles from town. Will rent whole
o1' part. M. B. Caldwell.
HINGLES-..I have plenty of shing
les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
IIGHEST MARKET PRIOES paid
for butter and - egop at the city
;,' opposite Newheres~ Hardware
JAMES K. GTLDER, s
Reeic in front room uor post oftice,