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Patter Defends Himuself ad His
0_.e-William J. Harley Killed'
George, Jan. 20.-The ,much
*d of William J. Harley of Har
lle this count3., was killed by
. Parlor last, night at Harley
. Harley went to Parley's house
1 was going into tile Kront, door,
eatening to kill and drag Parler
t of the house.~ Parlor saw and
ard him coming, and asked Harley
everal times not to co.me into the
ouse but Harley walked up the
teps toward the front door with a
ouble-barrel shot gun in his hand,
ld When h-e had reached the top of
ie ,steps and .was crossing'the porch
-the direction of the front door
arl(r saw that there was nothing
lse to be done for his safety and for
he protection of his family and his
ome. He fired at H-arley, hitting
im in the right sidej Harley turn
slightly and fell down the steps
d died instantly.
This is the same W. J. Harley who
as. been terrorizing this community
nd especially the vicinity of Harley
ille, for the past several years. He
was tried about a year ago at the
sessions court of this county for stab
bing Richard Weeks, a young white
man, on the court house grounds here
while court, was in session. He was
arrested for this, but escaped and
tried in his absence and found guilty
and at the time of his death a sealed
sentence awaited him in the clerk of
court's ofilce here.
On the afternpon that Harley was
killed it is said that he was walking
1up and down the town of Unrleyville,
c1urs1ing0 anid shooting off firearms
along the streets, and the whole coin
munity was in a state of great fear
Coronor Kizer war summoned last
night and held an inquest over the
body of Harley, the jury returning a
verdict that he came to his death by
a gun shot wound in the hands of C.
It was only about. an hour before
the killing that. Harley came up to a
peaceable negro in a store at Harley
vile and pulled his pistol and made
the negro stand still while lie bent
him unmercifully over the head with
the handle of the pistol, and when
the negro begged for mercy Harley
shot at the negro and missed him only
a short distance, and almost hitting
the proprietor of the -store and his
Harley wias regarded as an all
round bad man. was single and about
36 years old.
The unanimons verdict, of all who
have knowledv(, of this tiraedy is
that PNrler did the nly thing that
he could have done to protect himself,
his fimily and his premises: in fact.
had Parler not ncted when lie diJ and
as he did Harley would have killed
him ill his own hi nse and in the pres
ence of his family..
Pnrler surrendered himiself to Slier
iff Kizer and is no-- safe under nr
rest. *Parler lias retnined Messrs. E.
JT. Dennis and M. S. Connor to de
NOTTO0 ' OP wRTNEiRSHTP.
The inndersieed hafve this day~ for
med a partnership for the nractice of
lawv in nll of the Couirts of this State
and of the Uniiteel Stntes. nnaa the
firm nnme ,of Blense end Dominick.
with offices on T-nw Rnnere. Newher
The individunl membhers of the firm
apnreciate the comsi reration hereto
fore shiown them. nnl w"ill. in the fii
ture 915 in thep m'it. %ivt nrnmnit, care..
fuil and feit.hful of tention to all busi
ness intrnstedi to them.
Phiones: 16 andl 179. (Ofilces.) 25
and 106. (Residenone).
Cole. T,. l3lense.
'Fred. H. Dominick.
Newherrv. R. C.. Jnan. 1. 1907.
-NOTIOE OF SALE.
Notice is herehv eliven that we will
sell at the old homestead, at public.
auction ' to the hiest bidder. for
ensh, on the 25th day of January,
19l07. at 11 o'cTock a. in.. all the per
sonal nyoperty of Mrs. E.. Boazmnan,
deeansed. consistine of farm imple
ments. stock, farm nroduce. etc.
.1. R. Irwin.
B. W. Watkins.
* Qualified Exeentors.
There are about 4,00 lepers in Co
lumbia. or one to every 1,000 lnhabi
tants.' Most of them are now Isolat
ed. Cases -are rarely found among
the classes living with hygienic enre.
The contraetors who are boring, a
unol through TLookouit Mountain for
oSouthern Railway report that
00 feet have been completed at?
This will be the opening da
of Newberry. Our buyer vis
has been scooped in at price
picked up at random, but ne
up as a magic, we knew it m4
and you know too the gooa .1
quarters and even half on e\
Salo Starts Thi
Thursday Opening Sale of Em
Mimnaugh while in New York secured for this sale the
largest lot of Embroideries ever brought to Newberry in on(
shipment. It embraces all the -new patterns in Swiss anc
Lot No. 1. 20,000 yards in the lot worth 15c., 20C., and
25c., all piled high on a big table, your choice io cents yard
Lot No. 2. io,ooo yards fine Embroidery, match sets, nol
a yard in lot worth less than 35c., and some in the lot wortf
49C., all piled on a big table for your choice the yard 25 centi
Lot No. 3- 50,000 yards Embroider and lusertiony, not i
yard in the lot worth less than 8 1-2c , and some worth 12 1
for this big 1o day sale, 5 cents yard. Be on hand' and gei
The Great White Goods SalE
Miles and miles of White Goods. The greatest Vhit<
Goods sale ever held hereabouts First of all it is the largesi
in size, and then it is without an equal.' Ve will show yot
more White Goods than has ever been tinder one roof ir
Newberry. We haven't all in a sudde.n bought a little oi
hese wvhite goods we've plan ned this sale for mnorths, wher
Mimnaugh advertises a big io day's sale the people know whai
it means, all kinds of white goods mercerized effects Nan
sooks, Lawns, etc.
50o pieces Persian Lawvns, worth 15 and 2oc., 12 yards tc
each customer the yard no cents.
50 pieces Persian Lawns, worth 35c and 4oc. for this big
sale, 18c. yard.
roo full pieces checked Nansook, wvorth 15 and zoc. al
piled on a big table, the yard 1o cents.
no,ooo yards4o inch White Lawn, short lengths roc. yard,
50 pieces fine India Linen, the 12 1.2c. kind, 8 r-c
Be on hand every day this weak the mill will never gri nd
with the water that is past.
A Tempting White Goods Barigain.
5 pieces Sheeting, every thread pure linen, full 2 1-2 yds,
wvide, wvorthi $1.25, pricedl as long as they hold out for only
the yard 89c.
One c,as e genuine 36 inch Lonsdale Cambric wvorth every
where 15c. yd., special during this big January sale r ac. yra,
One case Lonsd-aie Cambric, (short lengths,) 5 'to 20 yard1
lengths, worth the world over 12 1- 2c., for this sale 8 1-2c.
Two cases Androscogigin B3leaching, by) the yard or bolt,
only 9c. yd.
One case English Long Cloth, 12 yard pieces, worth $1-5c
piece, as long as the case holds out 98c. piece.
36 inch Linen finished Cambric for Shiirt Waists and Shirt
Waist Suits, the 20c kind for only 12 r-20., the 35c kind for
19c. and the 6oc. kind for only 29c.
You cannot find a more co
in this big Shoe department
mark It well. Thursday mor
d Will Contin
y of the greatest January 6
ited every mill and jobber,
s lower than ever before.
w desirable merchandise.
nths ago. You have beei
iard cash you save, a goo4
rery dollar's worth you bu
irsda Jo .2
The Big Bed Spread and
One case Towels worth 15c, and some
in the lot worth 18c, for this big sale 1 Oc.
50 doz. Towels worth 20c, for this big
sale 12 1-2c.
50 doz. Towels worth 25c, for this big
300 doz. Napkins and Doilies thrown on
the bargain counters to go at half price.
Now is the time for the thrifty housewife to
supply her wants.
100 fine large I I 1-4 Bed Spreads the
$1.50 kind for only 98c each.
100 fine large 11 1 -4 Bed Spreads the
$2.00 kind for only $1.39 each.
100 fine large 12 1-4 Marseilles Quilts
the $3.00 kind for only $1.98 each.
50 fine large 12 1 -2 Marseilles Quilts
the $4.00 kind for only $2.98 each.
A Cake Taker in Silk
100 pieces colored Silks for Shirt Waists,
no two alike, not a yard in fhe lot worth
less than 59c arid 75c, your choice 39c yd.
50 Silk Shirt Waist Patterns, no two
alike, goods worth $ 1.00 and $1 .25, these
will be picked up quick at the startling
price of only 49c yard.
It will pay buyers to come
miles and miles to this great
mplete Shoe stock in this
is marked down for this
nfing at nine o'clock.
Tyv's Fastest Growing
the 24th, at 9
ue 10 Days.
)ale in the triumphant history
The best they had to offer
Not a lot of odds and ends
This big sale did not spring
i to Mimnaugh sales before,
: many cents, nickles, dimes,
y. Rain or Shine
4, at 9 O'clock.
Table Linen, Quilts and Towels.
Six months ago we began scouring the Linen miarkets with
a view of bringing together the cream of the world's best
production at little cost to you. Scotland, Irelanl and En
gland have sent their best.
io pieces Table Linen (bleached), white as the driven
snow, worth 75c., to go in this big sale 49c. yard.
io pieces Table Linen, full two yds. wide, and as white as
snow, the $x.oo and $1.25 kind, for only the y,ard 79c.
5 pieces unbleached Table Linen, lull two yards wide the
75c. kind, for only 49c.
5 piecest bleached Table Linen, worth the world over 35c.,
for only 19c.
A'big table piled with remnants of Table Linen 2, 2 1 2
and 3 yd. lengths, all marked in plain figures to go at half
Ladies' Muslin Underwear Sale.
'Thc greatest lot of Nulin Underwear under one roof in
uipper CarolIi na. Yon can' t fail1 t o ma1ke a. good seeleion
fromt our great collection. There are thousands of beautiful
garments. We have 'Lworkedl to get thi t Iremnd(ous lot of
fir.e UJnderweair at prce so we could sell it cheap) and we
succeeded(. Gowns, Laidies' fine Slirrs. Corset CoverN and
Drawers, every garment handi(somiely' trimmed in embroidery
and insert ions, lace, ribbon, etc. Take a friendly trip) through
this big store. Don't delay.
A Big Lace Curtain Sale.
200 pair Lace Curtainsq, picked up at a bargain while in
New York not a pair in the lot worth less than $i.oo, we
placs the lot on our table at only the pair 49c.
100 pair fine Lace Cnrtains, the $i50 kind, for only 98c.
100 pair4ine Lace Cturtainms, the $200 kind, for only $1 49.
roo~ pair fine Lace Curtainis, the $2.98 kind, for only $.239
150 pair line Lace Curtamins. tihe $4;.So kind, for only $2.98.
On Thursday Morning at 9 O'clock
We w ill pla.ce on ..ale ore lot ambout Sono yards Round
Thread Val ar.d TPorchoni 1 .arI, worth up to mo and 1 2 I-.2c.
at the yard( 5 ~cnts.
Black Dress Goods and Silk Sale.
Youi will rave over these black goods and silk values when
you see t hem, so be on hand early and get first pick, all 69c.
75c. and 85c. Black Dress Goods all 1907 styles, for tbis big
ro days sale 49c. yard.
section. Every pair of Shoes
'big sale. Mark the date and