Newspaper Page Text
BY THE CONFERENCE
MR. CREIGHTON WILL APPEAl
Deposed From The Ministry and Ex
pelled From Membership In the
A' ler ih
('tle vel' t
elothle-d by Ilh.
tii~ - I ' I' i
111111 it -
Mt 4 w.i - ; . kI. I (S v
th I': - -
Vh e, . - -
a iii n
her in te W , instn 1 t1 e i hurch -I
whn tii e I liev . I , ha i a
t i ' 11 i S I qIa r rei.1 't 11 -
fof thte pt i xal o itlts, n d s n
|t'. It was areavl \Ii in( ini. ltij
Lit t'e ill .i' 1111 11 s o ile specific
nle..'lill 11in~:tist A,r. 0-ieail I'll is
aillilalet. it( 411iYvoip.v i(d' Ilit' hill
of' clie. -:s i - fhe disstssinm ..r I lo1
lies ll l n 111t h-av i: il-.g. been r.. iveIl
by him t1 ie I'tilliesf l l' a i member
fUt lai'l rct it oilv a :nl'N S
hl. wn la I ,e t t ha l :e' r 1111n.11 11:n.
- vi)f 11n1 I vf ti . zitit i har! is 1'i s pei
stt u 1111 e l h' ait d tas 11t i s h
iltl est und 1 Ite use s as he hac
Litii tt informat ion as111('' o t peciic
ofchar e ia h ssin of a i 'a tini e o'
newspiper man te'ha vei i been general
by hlim aett thtte requesiit of a lmemer
ofk 8onfeen'e Th le newsrpaper man
thtfh the ra commit tee's~ final eo'.h
fcthesei'tions mbe tits abou't'
inyellilill,t 1up n lde t )il l as ot much
ilan0 1ki1rt l. ii The r ot helo sp:' i
Te veti tte a p pihnt e tptiythe
caeoa ittnwthe liev.C tV (i'n- iChn
1)1 fcharg ihe-rs, elinng at, rl.
lial has of hve eonrefully bitt pra
cnrfuly ndh-n- the lee ho, ind
al s teller ''jrys:k.'M
large oVla tlle se ifie 3, v,i
7,tat. 1. very brosustermd. n
Chage wr-fteyificationot4 ayn!
"ain theinnead heihrehi roat.
*elNoed fnm thembnersi of the confer
G:~heore Williany aler,s to. 31.
Holoyd )I(OveO aTillerhnes to iek
,. ht miCxtem rte isthew byric alt
It is still
-. - \v wI I feel that
i,- bl Intions not tr
I . that he intends
a l1 1a.- nl intention
d i-i alIs to e,on1form11
'p ni,ns If thl's. inl anithority
- b. but will keep 4,n (eallini
a -za d hittin- all li ds
-Ctiink, desevrve sneih raps.
SOUTH CAROLINA'S PART
OF FEDERAL FUNDS.
The soeretary 4'f the treasury in his
letter of reco m me nida t ions of appro.
iwriatins need4ld. asks that the follow
in- mo1.nnts he1 made available for thc
;VAIr In-inl.- .1nne11 30. 1!90S:
For a nicely prepar
ed meal, composed ol
anything to be had in
the local market, such
as game, fish, fowls,
etc., drop in at the City
Cafe, next door to thE
Southern Express of
fice, and be satisfied ai
a reasonable price We
have a pr-ofessional
'white cook, w ho knows
his business and will
give the best of service,
We carry a line of fruits
etc , and want to fill your or
ders for Christmas.
Earhardi & Wells,
Next Door to So. Express Office.
that will last a life time is what yoa
want. Our Or gans have a pure tone
and lovely cases We can supp
you with an Organ that will please ni
every particular for only $65 and $7i
delivered. Write us for our specia
terms of payment, and for illustrationi
of the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beau
tiful and good new Uprights from $181
up on easy terms.
Malone's Music House,
C.UJMBI A, S. C. .
* TH E
We do0 not charge big profits on Christ
ua for the last eigtht years, thereforev
with us, Raisins for 8 cents per~ poun<.
been in Newberry. We have a com p<
Citrons, Prunes, Flavoring of everyki
and Candies. The largest and prettiea
t.hat you ever saw anywhere. Just co
IFlkE WORKS! FIREU WORKS! 'w
(cheaper~ than anybody else, as we buy
buy them, because they don't buy tI
articles that we have, as it would tak,
come nearer filling yur bills and still
COME BIEFORET HEY ALL GET)
Cloaks, Fasclnators, Sha\vls, Evening
some of the most elegant styles and qi
our $1.50 quality for e8., and all of ou
kerchiefs and ice presents for Christr
6 re nood. $20.000 t Sumite
F e n:Povin Wiyahhay, $72
* *,a..* : tP ee I-Ziver an
I:::imm same. $25.000.
For ilpvements in Charlestc
Ilon't anlyody get excited tl
IAS t mean that this is all the
r1 -vin, to et: it merely means th:
:Lis is all that will be spent durir
Ihe cominm: year. The work will 1
)0e-nn amd a sub.equent appropriatio
will have to le Imlade to finish it.
' S. said the a Lot hario.
Valled on four ladies last igi-ht."
"tlluh! You must be a quitter,
snorted tle poker friend. "I'dl kee
on raisin- all ighlt if I had a hat
The above is a good likeness of E
W. A. Harrison, a man who is knov
and respected by every man, womo
and child in Spartanburg county,
he has devoted 40 years of his life
colscient iois]y serving thelli in t1
capacity of family physician, colusc
lor and friend. He is still active
enga-ed ill his practice, and says
heartily endorse Dr. Ande's Gie
Rlemedies which wCre so successful
introduced here Iv Mr. Payne. I ha
seen them used by my friends wit
the very best results. Personally,
used tile emulsion for a skin troub
I had la1d on Iy fiee for .15 years.
was more1-1 than I)lealsed( with thel r.
suIts. I atlso had1( occasion1 to use D)
Ande's great Oil for a stiff joint
lon santdimI&.. an td I (1o not hest ita
to say that t he results obtained fro
its use were very satisfactory'.
Intres Paid.i i
The Bank f
Jno. M. Kinard, Pres. 0. B. Ma
: SMIT H
-s for Chris
mas Goods as most merchants do. Yo
on knowv we (10 not charge big profits.
We have the largest and most select
te line of articles for cakes such as Rai
ad.. All kinds of Nuts Oranges, A ppk
t ine of Toys and Dol is that was everi
mie and take a look at them and see for
e have more fire works to burn than al
them from the factory. We sell them
em from the factory as we do. we
a us until pfter Christmas* You can
theaper than otners.
'ICKED OVER -Just :eceived in our I
Jackets, and a nice assortment of all ki
ality in fine Skii te. We will still cent
r $1.00 quality for' 67c. Waist Patterns
S" Mai a
ef '-' Well Man
THE of Me"
ntrodit-ei fite re%nitz1(% In 30 tltys. It nets
rowerflly ~andtquickly, t ureswhenothersfail.
t \-oung anen can rivain their lost manitood. and
old men tray recover their youthful vigor by
using IEVIVO. It, quicklv and quietly re
lt 1tovIs Nervoutisess. I.ost itality. Sexual
Weahtiess stichas L.est Power. Failing Memory.
n Wasting Disease-q. antid effects of self-abuse or
excess antId indiseretion, N%which utilits one for
stiy. business or iarr age. It not only cures
by starting at the sert of disease, but is a great
iievet' I' atti mlood buil1er, bringing
ic'k It ho plik 4low t) j'ale -l.ellck a re
storinig the tire 01 youtII. It wards oil an
)roaching disease. I1i-t oti havina ]REVIV,
'* other. It can be carried i vest noket. 11%'
mail $L.00 per packaie. or six for 4.i.0o. Wo
give free ndvice and counsel to all who wish it,
with gtatrAutte. Cireulars fice. j..idress
ROYAL MEDICINE CO.. Marine Bldg., Chiraco. 111.
GILDER & WEEKS.
r. Dr. Aide's Riemiedies atre not a pat
Stilt or, secrlet medicine; they bealr aln
1 open foimlula. Every article manufac
Is tired by the Payne Remedy Co., of
n Lexinton, Ky., has its formula priint
Ic ed upon each package in plain Eng
I- lish, so that yon may see and know
ly what you Nire tsin-. These medicine,
I are not placedi on the market a
it ' ' curealls. '' Their superioriiy is
y shown all other iemedies by the
'C many remiarkable cures in Newberry
h and adjoining cities.
I Pelham 's Pharmacy, the well
le known and p,puiar drwtisto this
I eity, says: " In all of out' vears' or
- nxpeiUence" we have never sold any
r'. Remeidi es l'r wichi tere has been.
>r such ai deman~id ats these.'' Mir. Payne
Cecloised his advliertisinig camp~aign't in
't this city~ by giving.~ his fr'ee shtowi Sat
CNapit al .$50,000.00. Sur'pl us $40,000.00
D)I'AR iME! ID11 YOU EVER!
HIere 's my page ont the ledger' at my
[lank andi I 've a lot imorie to my credit
tha I evetr drieamued of. Yes, Mr'.
Sainit N ichiolas, that 's Ittie. You see
A POPULAR BANK
like The ommercial Banik, of Newi
berryi', S. C.. means pr1osper1ity to thiose
whtose accounttts we hiandle. Thait's the
rutle, and tno bt Ithe e'x'cpt ionl. We'd( like
t ntrvew youIl antd have you)t opent
til accotunt this Chr'istmnas time.
ok of Newberry, S. C,
ar Your Saving.
Krer, Vice-Pres. .1 Y. McFall, Cashier
ui have been btuying Chr'istmas Goods from
We wvill sell.yotu, if you make your bill
stock of Christmas goods that has ever
sins, London Layer'a and' Seededl, Curr'mant s
B, lHanranas, amfl all other kinds of Fruits
ri Newberry. We have tI e prettiest Dolls
the other stores in to.wn, and sell them
to.you cheaper than other merchants can
have no tume to write you about all of the
ave money by trading with uts, as we can
Iry Goods store *2,000 worth of Baby Carsa
of Jackets for ladies and children, also>
nue to have our cheap sale of Silk. All of
for 48c. per yard. All kinds of Silk HIand
Buy all your Xmas anc
And Get It
Every time you make a
more it counts one. Sc
come to the Book Store
anything. Another rea
come to the Book Store
pay Christmas prices fo
My goods are all marl<
figures, and any child c
there is no chance for rr
;uit. the customer.
SOME NOE WILL
why not you, it doesn't 4
All you have to do is wri
and drop it in a box, anc
those tickets will be cou
c'eiving th'. greatest nun
See my S.ow Windov
THE BANK OF
Gapital Stock - -
Undivided profits -
Interest allowed at rate of 4 1
Special attention to farmer:
small, none too large to enlist our
to meet and greet you. Call in.
C. Y. Hunter, President.
3. F. Browne, Cashier.
N. L. Black. A.' H. Hawk
S. S. Birge. J. S. Wheel
C. P. Boozer. G. Y. Hunte
"The longest pole knocks down the
New York. While there securedt
cheap things (not in quality but ii
a'bout complete and we invite inspect
sledge hammer prices, and in Dress
from 5c. yd. to $1-5o. Elegant Gin
Checked Homespun 5c. up, Jeans, F
line Clothing, men's, youths' and
New York scooped lot of Boys' Clot
This breaks all records. First lot ab
soon. iHats and Caps, new Broadw1
he r.ewest and prettiest. D)o;'t tak
just right. For Groceries, IIardwar
Ax and Bay State Shoes, D)rop IIca,
years. 1'793 old reliable D)omestic l\
.(Xo bushels Seed R ed O t s, sack
Beautiful Parlor Organ, Oak, $'5
Making 26 H UNDR ED Barre
SEE FLOUR Just Received an<
Best Patent $4 35
Best Half Pat. 3.8E
Best Meal 80c. bus
Best Grits $1 .75 sa
I Wedding presents at
le $1O .o.
i purchase cf 25 . or
remembar that, and
every time you!want
son why you should
is, you don't have to
r what you get.
.ed in plain everyday
an tell the price. So
ie to raise the price to
BET THE $10.00,
-ost you a cent to try.
te your name on a slip
on January 2nd, 1907,
nted, and the one re
iber gets the money.
ITY, S. C.
- - $25,000,06
- - 12,160.00
>er cent. on time deposits.
s' accounts. No account too
best attention. It Is a pleasure
J. S. Wheeler, Vice-President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
ins. P. B. Warner
er- J. F. Browne.
r .A. G. Wise.
persimmnon.'' Just returned from
he new things, nice things anid
i rice). Our immense stock is
ion. We can only mention a few
Goods the new things, shades, etc.,
shams 5C. yd., Homespun 5c. up.,
lannel, Outings full line. Elegant
boys', and Overcoats. Whil; in
hing which we offer at 419c. suit.
out sold out second lot expected
ty styles. In Millinery we have
e our word, come and see, prices
3, &c. , we lead the vanm. Battle
1 Sewing Machines warranted 1o
inchine, $65.00 kind $25.00
edl 6o0, bu.
Is of that CHOICE TEN NES
while it lasts to go at