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GREAT MAJESTIC M
F,R E E Ji
ET OF WARE
With every Majestic Range sold during this Cooking Exhi
ition we will give, absolutely FREE, one set of ware as
hown. This ware is worth $7.50 if it is worth a cent. It is
e best that can be bought. We don't add $7.50 to the price
f the range and tell you you are getting the ware free, but
ell all Majestic Ranges at the regular\ price. You get the
are free. Reme'mber, this is for exhibition week only.
are will not be given after this week. This ware is on ex
hibition at our store, and must be seen to be appreciated.
Come in any day during the week Make our store your
headquarters. Have coffee and biscuits with us.
Come, if you intend to buy or not; the information
ined will serve you in the future.
DAVNPRTGRANTED BAIL. ST. PHILIPS PASTORATE.
Rather Striking Order of Chief Jus- IResignation of The Rev. J. C. Wessin
tice Pope Liberating Rich*td Iger, to Go Into Effect April 1,
Davenport. 1 Tendered and Accepted.
Chief Justice Pope on last Satur- pri et a tti ie
day admitted Richard Davenport to teclmso orppr e
bail on his own recognizance. It willwodabu hS.PilppstreI
be remembered that DNvenport is the thtmybofmeierstooe
negro who cut up Magistrate Chappell jo orraes
and Constable Henderson who had ar- Icaet iswrmoehnthe
rested him, the cutting taking place yesag.Teptraehvign
Magistrate Chappell's office. paone,Ihdtmkemowar
The charge against Davenport is aragmntabtahoeTruha
very serious one and judging from theemintoofcrusaesIhe
way in which he used the knife he evi-lieatLteMoninllh wl.
dently intended to commit a homicideThsaspce eaonirbl
or two. The order of Judge Pope dsac rmeeyoeo h
not only releases Dav'enport but re- hchsanotofouhwhte
stra-ins the magistrate from arrest-* epeo hepsoae nti e
ing him on any other charges. pcthewrhabenarido
The following is the order: a os4r'l iavnae
"It appearing to the sa.tisfaction Drn hstm,hwvr hn
of the ecurt, upon the release of theIampftlsfeisyngth
it of habeas corpuns herein, that the wr hsgn owr.Lrecn
defendant, Richard Davenporb, here- geain torsrie aebe
ofore has been admitted to bail onthru,raer nheeepi.
v order for t'he same offense as Tewr a en od'P ln
erein charged. and under the same cnevtv uhrnlns h
ircumstances, although charged withMtOivtonrginhaepn
ssault and battery with intent to kill e hi hueo osi n hn
pon a different person ;o the one e t neiraragmn n p
rein charged; and it fur ther ap- paac.T~ t hlp ogea
earing that the said Riehard Daven-tinhvreatdter iuch
rt has been bound over la the saidplcdanwognndmeotr
rmer order, which bond has been itro mrvmnt.Tepso
'ven and approved by the ec:erk oft,to a,drigti iebcm
urt, to be and appear at thie nextsefstang,ibigdpndto!
-of the sessions court for said tefnso yo osm xet
unty to answer to such indictment Ia h ieIetrduo h ok
indictments as the honorable sohi- Mayothspeleheben
~or may prefer against him for t-he kn t eadfml,Iaebe o
ense or offenses.charged as commit-sieaeoouwlfr;ndhv
d as above stated, now, therefore, it sonteritrs oadu,i
the judgment of the court that gnru n usata anr l
e bail bond heretofore given before hsasbehilyprcatdy
e clerk of said court is amply suf- u,adwl eknl eebrd
.eient to assure his attendance ther- Asottm g,i emdta
t. it is, therefore, ordered that thethtmeadcefoacanef
id Richard Davenport be dischargedpsos h jin oni f.h
om further custody upon his enter- cagwacledtmetafwek
g into his own recognizance beforeag.Athsmtigyregnio
e clerk of said sessions court for atrwaofed,heamt g
id county in the sum of two hun- it fettefrto pi.Ti
red and fifty dollars, conditioned for wsacpe,wt eutneo h
is appearance at the next term of the pr fms ftemmes h.
neral sessions court for NewberryI al,Gdwligcoemwrk
ounty, to answer such indictment or ieeb h ato ac,a hc
'dictments as may be preferred tm ot aeu h oko n
c'ainst him for any an~d all affenses ohrfed
at may be brought against him at Ltm a ncnldn,ta ev
e time and place mentioned in theinthwokIlevwihtmybs
ants heretofore served upon him, wse n ryrfrisftr vl
d for which bail has therefore beenfrecneatnsndiivdl.
anted by mec. Let a copy of this! n eie o,t hn o,M
er.by served upon the magistrate, Eio,frteuiomcuts o
wit. J. H-. Chaippell. who issued thehvehwntusipblhngro
d warrant.tiettie uhmteasasbn
"'Y. J. Pope, settyofopulcininor
~ewerr, S C. Fb. 0,e909" s Jgo C. pstraessaingr no
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ALLEABLE AND CHA
SAC OUR STORE___
MONDAY, MARCH FIRST.
St. Paul Items. . aeadlmnd naudne f
St. Paul, Feb. 25.-Rev. J. A. Sligh trterfehet l ahrdi
preached to a large congregation herethpalrndM.ndrsBoet
on Sunday. He has been pastor of frihdsm eyejybemsc
this church for 45 years and it seems
that each sermon he preaches grows Nw fPmra
better and he becomes more interest- Pmra e.2.Tet.poi
ing. Where is there another such ssili rgrs n ubro
man with this kind of record ? Isbcieswr dddt h iti's
Mr. J. F. Epting spent the latterwek
part of last week wvith his parents, Teei oetl faLtea
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Epting, of New-chrhee.Whoetse onai
berry. hv hrhsmtm on
Messrs. C. S. Hazel, W. H. Hat- Ms a.P eze netie
ton, R. H. Richardson, and H. L.patothBtelSnyscoli
Shealy. of Newberry college, visited hnro 'u iteFls'a e
Mr. Walter Richardson Saturday and *oeFia ih,th 9h
Sunday of last week.Soeothyog okenyda
Mrs. W. W. Wicker, of Newberry, oilaMrW.BBins'sSt
is visiting friends and relatives in dyngt
Misses Nora Bickley and KatieerwetoChlsonatwekn
Counts visited the former 's parents at poesoa uies
Helena Saturday and Sunday. e.Jo .Ln ett rs
Mr. Thaddeus Richardson and Mr.peiylsSaudytseRv.M
Fred Wicker visited at Clinton the 0 .Kes
latter part of last week. Ms li ege h ece h
Mr. Fred Rampton while out chop- Bnrc colsetStra n
png some wood met with a painfulSudyahehoenrNwbr.
acidlent by cutting his foot, and has MsesBekrStlr di
not been able to wpl1k since,.n al ip f ebryclee
Mrs. J. M. Singley is visiting her setStrd n udya o
daughter, Mrs. Mary Livingston, of mra
Newberry, this week. Ms n.J et eundhm
Mr. Oscar Epting, who left here atrvstn e ohrna ht
about seven or eight years ago is atmie
home again with his father, Mr. J. J. MrE.BFeg,ofthspa,
Epting. Mr. Epting has been to al- setSna ihhsprnsna
most all parts of the United StatesNebry
but after seven years of travelling M.adMs k hey fLtl
he again desired to see his old home. Muti,'pn audyadSn
his many friends greet him with lovedainomr:a
Mr. J. D. Singley has moved fromdaoftiwekS.Plpsasa
Newberry, West End, back to his oldeniwthheBhlhmpsoaef
home in the Jolly Street section. wihRv .J ogi atr n
Mr. J. .J. Epting has threshed 1300 h ilsretrecuce o n
bushels of peas with his niew and up-sedo w hc ehsbe ev
to-date gasoline engine, and has aboutig.TschresBtihn,S.
300 more to thresh. This goes toMateanS.PhlisTeprch
show that gasoline engine is the thinginhurwichaebncagd
fori this pur'pose. wilbanone!smtmeaer
Mr. John Livings.ton, of Newberry A
collegte, spent Saturdlay and Sunday
with hi p)arents here. Ms izeH ors
Mr. J. D. H. Kibler and Miss Daisy Mr.LziH.Nrs,wfottC
Werts, a daughter of Mr. G. Paul lt r .T orsde usa
Werts, were married on Sunday at mrin.Fbur 6 t73.i e
Prosperity by the Rev. M. 0. J.seetthea.Tefnrlev
A most delightful entertainment asse y1rD .Pilp,to
was given at the home of Mr. and paeWdedyatroi thl
Mrs. WV. B. Boinest on last SaturdaypathreookatRsmtcm
night. Quite a number of young folkstey
wr'e present. Mrs. Boinest gave Ms orsbfr e nr!z
t hemi a cake walk. anid afteri a ten sMisLzeI.Hafrcadth
mnutes walk it was announced. that ('ldwLufr.Nri.Seeve
M r. Thaddeius L. Beineiist and0( Miss ~ ~ciiC e f()1riter ls
Nanniie Mae Sligh~ were the lucky Ji.\il ~bit lia IWMs
ones. HIowe'ver, all were invited in-lt)le re,fPatk.}IL,ai
to t ~:e dterithe refreshmentsl aemedgtoheiet in
be luky en tey bean t s tre paDr.lorri andirt manid Mss Lu-es
RCOAL IRON RAN.aE
The Great Majestic Range
It is the only range in the world made of Malleable and
It has beyond any question of a doubt, the largest and best
It uses about half the fuel used on other ranges, and does
better work by far.
The Majestic Ali Coppe- Nickle Reservoir heats the water
quicker and hotter than any other. It is the only reservoir
with a movable frame.
The Charcoal Iron Body of the Great Majestic Range lasts
three times as long as a steel body.
Being made of non-breakable material, there is practically
no expense for repairing the Majestic.
As for baking, it is perfection; not only for a few months,
but for all time to come.
A Great Majestic Range lasts three times as long as a
cheap range, but it don't cost three times as much.
Proof-We don't ask you to take our word for any of the above
statements, but if you will call at our store, a man from the factory,
where Majestic Ranges are made, will prove to your satisfaction that
these are absolute facts, and will show you many more reasons why
the Great Majestic Range is absolutely the best that money can buy.
WILL NOT LEAVYE TOWN!
PLAYING CHECKERS AGAIN, BUT
Next Move Will Be Somebody Else,
The Bee Hive has leased the store formerly known as
Watts' Racket Store, next door to the Exchange Bank. We
realize this room is rather small to carry surplus stock, there
fore we have decided to select the choice part staples, etc., for
this place, ship the remainder to our jobbing department in
Anderson, S. C . this will give us room- to put in a full line of
Spr"ing ancd1 S-u.m mer GO CO
and as before, you may expect to tind them at under price.
Our buyer is now in the Eastern market, where he will buy a
full line of the newest and up to date line of medium and high
grade Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Ladies' Hats, Fine
and Heavy Shoes and Oxfords for Men, Ladies and Children.
Watch for the new Bee Hive Sign. Mr. B3. C. Matthews has
kindly given us until the 7th of March so that we can.fit up our
new place. Remember, after the 7th you will find us across
street at No. 1204 Main St., between the Newberry Savings
Bank and the Exchange Bank.
The Bee Hive.
inda Gilder, daughter of Dr. James - m
L. Gilder; three children survive this LArLN I -
marriage: James G., Claudia, now
Mrs. W. H. Hunter, and Abney. Dr.
Norris was born and raised at the
Brook cemetery in Anderson. He was
for many years engaged in theprac- M.OT .WLY
t.eof medicine, living where isnow
the home of Mr. J. R. Vandiver, un- Sprnedn al in opn'
til he moved in 1860. The Newberry Tnn n earn eatet
Herald of January 16, 1878, copied ChletnSohCaln.
the followving notice from the Ander- FomryHaTueCoor
"We regret to learn that Dr. J. T. Fcois hcg n t
Norris, a former resident of this Cals lios swt h
place who had a number of relatives CBEEHBTSL n
and a great many friends in this
county, died Sunday, December 30,wilpopyatedoay
(1877), at his residence in Newberry Nebry Wokgantd
county, wither he moved in 1865. Dr.
Norris was a pleasant and intelligentPRC SRAO BL
getleman, who made friends where
eve: he went. The announcement of CAEPIN CO AY
his death will carry sorrow and regret 10 anSre ebry .C
TheWay ofaGrl.Bes fr. lTTyiF. e s
Every't~ie irlSanteroifidenn-ent R abl PA n C Any's
getSa ~i~'kandstir cvrytngningED la yseaiin "ekertmnt
the ,h-aFormerly Head iTuner.Cofowea
~l~e s oo~ ordoen't om t t eartments or ale BE
surfre die sheis atifieditrlnesSU Mlios ER BROth COe