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A BIG TEN DAY
The entire damagc4
WILL BE SOLE
This is an opportt
never before offere
begi.n promptly at
April 20, and will
goods last so long.
THE NEWS oF PROSPERITY. the o
Business League to be Organized- adami
Change of City Fathers-Good in' o
Showing Made. will g
Prosperity, A pril 11.--Our grain .
erfldle maniufac trer', Mr'. .1. C. Counts init
bas- shippledl a ('art of his famous crad- nm
les to Anderson, 8. C'. Mrt. Counts .0 I
(1oes a fine bunsiness in t his line. ii*
_i Mr. Carlisle Bedenbaugh of Atlan- T
ita. is on a visit to his parents R1ev- hen
an d1 Mrs. Z. W. Bedenilbaugh. t he
The "'men folks'' will in all pro- 'lThey
bability organize a Business Leaguie saw'
and( w~ill do wht they cain to further' coIlne
the interest s of the town and enable jtheir
her to keep) step~ withI thle march oeif to thI
progress that is to be soon in all her Thel 1
I' sister towns. Cathiei
The outgoing council will give the At
incominig oneC a su1pper in the city hall to1day
on Friday evenling; speeches will be c'our.'S
made by the city attorney, Col. W-. two w
H. Hunt, Hon. E. N. Kibler, ninyor, Mr.
-* an.d Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh, warden Easte
elect. There may be other -impromptu Mr
speeches. An enjoyable t.inie will be visitih
-had and tihe new~ countcil will he sworn Whtee
inm and assume the reins of govern-- Mfr
- men. two <
STihe council whose ternm will ex- folks
pire with the swearing in of tihe conn- Mr'.
-cil elect on Friday evening makes .a spent
pretty good showing.Mi
SCases tried...... .... .. ...17 in l
SConvieted .... .. ...... 4 r
-iFines collected .. ...... .$550thb
'-Street taxes .. .... .. .1 0 )e
ELicense taxes collected.,.,,.,.803 00 till Ei
3 mill speciail tax .. ........004 90 Mis
-?Of the eases tried about 30 per ier M
cent werec for drunks and drunk and Mrs
klisordlerly, 25 per cent for disorderly iting
---conduct disturbing t,he peace, and 20 Mr.
oer cent for fighting, &c., miscellan- Wedn
-- --us 17 per cent, 8 per* cent for trans- Met
- - orting and' selling whiskey. They Goggr
->assed a number of new ordinances, your
ino against all Sunday work and1 each.
non shops. Prohibitting Bucket shops Mr.
-== Cotton excihanges, restricting t.he New n
de Qf ,OeoenlO, &c. They failed to per'it y
-- t the clitizenls to 'See the .importance rPT
- --'othng at small amountI of bonds poum1(
- --- fire protection. They have pur'- Fr'ida
-aaed terra cotta and their succes- Mis
-.s will be able to comtply fully with (trove
o petition of the citizens to close Mr. C
Ay April 20,
'S SACRIFICE FIRE SALE.
i portion of the stock, consist
OE, GLASSWARE, t
AND AGATEWARE, a
) REGARDLESS OF COST.
inity to buy goods at prices ti
d in Newberry. The sale will
9 o'clock on the morning of
continue for ten days if thel
et, Newberry, S C.
in drain inl rear of tile stores sectiol1
I as the consideration of mae- Miss Jessie Young of Pomaria vis- co;
zinfi Main street. The excavat- ited Mrs. Cadwell ovcr Su'iday. le
Main street for this purpose Owilg to the buildilg of a n e xv
;e the dirt to fill up., the dAin. ti t r e
council *had a census of the iie* M'.J M. helri
taken, thle first one by tihe t ownibidn 4Cfrce.Llso al
hiistory. This a<dded a number ofI odaeu uteato srsdne
to th.e street tax list for thie M'.S 1)Du anhs eunwr "*
md poll tax payers I o the schoolon istli'eeic'te treljdi '. '
council knows that it has not N:eeSokmn ad M. lailIL
abile to please every one but a. eexndoronatlinsC.
I hat was not. to be expected,.otleyug(Oil utebre
tried to do t.heir duty as they (II e' oirI' Lehr
t.No one canl (10 more. Thlis~ lr i ejli,o aoe,hsbe
I received ab)ont $ 100.00 from in 'i ' Iildo ay,rtiI'Cd '
predcelCssors, t hey will turn over't i ine~Ladv
P1ir secessors about $1500.00. M'''i.Tiijii(fC]uh~
Ceeip)ts of thle outgoi.ng ''city ~ ~ ~ sel sPthrSndy )
s'were over' $2200.00. M' J ) ut eam hsrtun
thie elect ion for town offeers lfom is er' le an tip o
(only 16 votes were cast, of Bme~.L
electing [lie ticket nominated Rx.3 .Bwe pn.asot21
eeks ago.tieitoi .hiwa hmefm
Ed. Ma this of Whiitmire spent tl ebrycneec hc a
with his parenits. i eso n Dft lvtJihrn 11
.Win. Werts of Mountville iscuchArl -.e
g ,lher children Mrs. T. S. TeNwer ofrneo h
er .and Mrs. S. M. Maithis. S. .S3nd as el inM.Oie fi
.K. Baker of Greenwood and cuc at rdyt udy h
hildr'en are visiting the home- nernewslglyatdd.Teli
[.his week. c'o Oi
Earnest Mathis, of Batesburg, r(a'wsb 1e.J.i."'
Easter at home. ls udyb r Js .B cee.I~
s Stevens of Whitmiire is v'isit- Tecuc ~a iod( oisfl
rs. Caldwell.caaiyo Sud . i
Y. M. Brown. camne down w~ithl e.3 I isn ) . )'sne
ys to the game of ball at New- teOpa oenes h ole '
last Friday and spent [lhe timetii"'s ien o th 1)0to i-ti
onday at home.
SEmma Bell is visiting her sis--qiaeisine)e1e~
r's. T. S. Caldwvell.intwm dns y.C]
.B. KCreps, of Columbia, is vis. ri stiu't ohv enkl-P'
her son, Rev'. M. 0. J1. Kreps.edb tecl.ii
F. R. Hunter wvas in town on__________
esd1ay.Th Neso Tey.' P
rs. W. . Wallace and J. C. Ait,'tiailesom setteh
ns were ini town On Tuesday-AtatcoatnTeda.U
scribe had a ''pop'" call from A nw to'n nTusa isgl-c
Johnm JTohnson and wife ofYo.
in, Geogia, are visit,ing in Piros-. t10*F yn h fn~dr st t
and vicinety. bid~plta oeiiNlo on o
''lit tle folks'' will. have a t,Vigna
party at Mrs. I). W. Boland 's masao oe a h us
e' a fternoon,: April 12. o oo n .dne ien yteT
s Hattie. Counts of hiekory N~'Yr tasZiug
,N. C., is b.igiting her uncle Ra-dia vn esrdn"
eo.C. omi o th Moti lo st ort o r thencaien o thea eent ha
babr hp,M . .M.W eee ivi
Vhen you need Medii
ake the best, and it s
>repared. We have i
and guarantee all
VSend to us your Pres
die highest quality Drugs a
ver promptly. We prepai
ny Doctor in Newberry Cc
Our Spring Tonic is a rc
hat tired feeling so many t
Everything for the home
WM. E. PELBJ
Dr. Sabel S. Guy. a New York
11ist, shot and killed his wife be-1
i'v she slappe.( his face.
Johln Shvhll.i :1 hinniel livbm- nearIL
lue, (Aa., dil in g"reat a."'onl rroml
bite of ma1 (lo, have re
ine menw who were aboard a naval Stables of
barge adrift at sea were not on
. When t'he barge was foluld.
kn ant omobile flying down hill in Frieid st
Idwell, N. ., struck a horse and
er. Both f'ell into thle auto. t w
N. T. Stead paid twoi visits to the
Ilte1House Tuesday and italkeedve
Johnl Cobh, Jr., a gra ndso.n of Glen.
well Cobb, shot himnself atI A meW-ri-~
.(Ga., wit h probable fatalh resul ts.
t is annouinced thaiit the Seaboiar
r Line R a ilroad has cl o.ed (con--t
eit or $19,.000,000 wuorthI of im
\n e'lection hebll on Tue-dav deid~-SotCrlia
thiat A tlant a will issu $3.~50.000 n len v iu,avnn
lWls0,( imp ovelle ts 111 tlle city
lemu of wvater'WOrks. jp; 'un~~~ i Ie~i
ircs. Louis1 A. D(ooley of Evansvillhe, ae7 esst
1., (lied from the shoek (of seeing
account ini a paper of the (lea th~ or ihfidro
oman of the same name.L.FNrychare
Che coroner''s inquilest over' the IO'O i ie'o i
rning' of the City of' T1roy (develop)- etrtu elett )
thc fact that three persons were J .'isoh .1
~erted on the bioat and1( rescued b)yN.ooIivlce de
"lhe New York State Senators may afe.
v'e to stand for re-elect ion, which ''erpitta r
uild give Governor Hughes- the whip nhIregns reil
1(d in his figrht for g' ood govern- 01(leghaIiCI
l'he interstate comm('rce commis- 'u civlecuo
ni will take E. IH. Harriman into I~ieplCuc 5li
ederal court. to compel him to an- hvhe ihpC.e'
rr certain quest ions in regard to 'Ceow ofTnetI
Ch'icago & Alt on deal. se od oteain
[I is anmourinced that Mrs. Forake",r, Juhi ipoe
'e of Senat or F'oraker of' Ohio, will ~a i ~ok n cea
iose Mrs. Donal 3ieLean for the oirsit awe:IIl1
sidency of thle D). A. I at Ithe comf- ue (:ll iicT
nat ionual1 meeting of t he order. Ile\e ''lI' o e
[ris. 1(1a von Cla ussev was r'efusedlinvl~~ ie tvi i i
~mission to see thle p)residenlt abiotttItia
gr'ievance against Mr'. Graves, 'tlemcanso (
ited State.s minister,to Sweden, b)e- oipainofujs
use hle declined to present her' to cagdta on,b
og Oscar. Riwy h atrlt
iVillami T. Stead told the ministerhfoeherioacon
the Methodist Con ference t hatI no- Tlciti.nofRkI
Iy cared for their prayers unless pauii lottepo
praiyers5 accomplished good. lHe ytleVtc.Lihtiid
5 spakn of t.he Hl'-.mo Peace gav h iyIliet
bunal . le'cuhv ies
"'ivilizat ion is niow on tap at Pine- .iI ~ 51,Hng'i
'it~N. .[G fnyfoSTeaILL~~
.ines, you should
hould be properly
what you need at
that we sell.
criptions; we employ
nd Chemicals, and de
ce prescriptions from
ipid seller. Good for
in Toilet Articles.
Newberry, S. C,
nted, temporarily, the
Mr. G. M. B. Epting, in
reet near passenger
wre I am prepared to
riends and customers
y, feed and sale busi
lotes igel-: l-3.,bler.aso P in soldi th ist ol for i 1
i i le5 fam-0,1ndf'dl I a le e d 1 C iy, N .
0( was k'iiled i ) ) h u wbrui t bai51((5ck I' t o ffney b
I lhedoke The) supremt le coui has1 andediiit UOt
liety.r down a di eac ion (i t h e f Prof.
teli ee to r useso F ra-nvest n
Ross an R.ad ertsn atr Oppouninty e
lie work at H ubbmiii~'i ud the mus~'ligie epa tet
is presit n.ii ta itin ' i:h ' ac in of'the ewentit
ationeha of the imAllap r depne n o n the socioal
i of $70,000 wh'ichl both ight~I aly r'egarid as 05 esse
s, incluiding, ti al. One' o.f t hese is 101 olticl amun esty.
f. t is a sub.)jetf oin which thI le whole (of
mraph)l Comn- I le emnpire of' thle cr'y for.i ;imniesty hans
livery of' the ('(lit iually gone( up to the ezar'. It
taffney are has granited himui to save his dlynasty
frieight rates and! p)erhaps the countriy fr'om ruin.
lie Souther'n WVill lhe take it.? By one word he
a <been taken could seenre the respect if not the
aission,f aiff'ection of' his people. But as yet.
liil are com he has f'liung~ away t he oppor'tunities
ser'vice given~ one afker another. If lie flings this
P'ower' C'om- away lie will imminensely irenigthen
1s to rev'~oke' t'he Iiiiis of thle extrem'Iiists.-L4ondon
0 serice'~ us oul.
is' in .iil at a no1 1 an Asburyl'', 1ess Uni tedl Sta tes
istol firom C. *Senate a drieadlful t hought?