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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
entered at the Postoffice at Nem
jerry, S. C.. as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, F,braary 1, 1910.
Th,e people generally sympathi2
with Senator and Mrs. Tillman in tI
troubles they are having, but tb
sentiment is strongly with Mrs. I
R. Tillman, Jr., and everyone feel
that it is a cruel law which permii
one parent to take their childre
from the other and deed them I
some one else like so many chatt
without even consu'Hng the oth<
and such law should be repealed.
That, however, could not chang
the status of the case. We heard
good lawyer remark the other da
that the supreme court could declar
this law -unonstittuional in ths
Mrs. B. R. Tillan, Jr., had veste
rights in the children and thes
Erights could not be taken away b
We agree with Comptroller Ger
eral Jones that the investigation o
county auditors and treasurers q?
be much better and more satisfac
torily done and at a great deal les
expense under the direction of hi
office than by auditors-as proposed i
a bill now before the legislature.
TRIBUTE TO H. C. MOSELEY.
Mi. A. C. Jones Writes of the Lif
and Character of Mr.
Newberry, S. C., Jan. 31, '10.
Together with other friends fror
Newberry, it was my privilege to b
present at the faueral and burial o
Mr. H. C. Moseley, at Prosperity o
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clook. j
large number were there, including
delegation of Confederate Veteram
and other friends from Clintoi
where Mr. Moseley died, while on
visit to his daughter, Mrs. Die
Coipeand, to pay the last tribute o
respe to this distinguished citi
seni and frin and to show by thei
~presenee their love for him and synm
pathy for his family. His deat]
ealls to remembrance, Mr. Moseley
as I knw him when I first came t
Newberry, and his active work as,
ibusiness man and as a citizen from
that time until his failing healt
prevented him from tak'rng the sae
tive part he had for many years.
As a member of the firm of Wheel
er & Moseley, afterwards of Mosele:
Bros., he was regarded one of thi
leading business men of Prosperit;
and Newberry county. During 'hi
active life, there was never anything
undertaken by the people of New
berry icounty for the upbuilding o:
~her business, educational or politica
interests, but what Hance Mosele:
could be counted on to do his shari
ofthe work necessary tor make it
8 To him more than anyone .else: ar
lumbia, Newberry and Laurens rail
roaa It istrue hehad the heart:
coopelration of Messrs. C. J. Iredell
* M. A. Carlisle, Geo. S. Mower, W
'G. Childs and the Rev. J. A. Sligh
and, others, but Jhe was the leadini
spirit in pushing forward this enter
prise, which has given Newherr:
'o6mpeting lines, improved scheidules
and better transportation. Uniselfrstk
faithiful service like this is never a
* fly appreciated asit shold be an
possibly he felt that it was not s<
* with him, .but I 'hare of tenr heard hii
mentioned with this and ojher mat
ters: in terms of praise and commen
ldation and it should be a consolatiol
to his family to know that he wa
held in suceh high esteem.
I shall remember him as one of th
truest and best friends of my lif
and shall miss him as my bu'sines
calis me to Prosperity from time t
time, but will never forget the coz
dial greeting that he gave every on
'he met in business and social life.
DISPBNSARY FUYNDS TIED UP
Attorney General Secures Injunuctio:
to Prevent Paymerit of Claims.
Columbia, Janpary 27.--In orde
to secure the county dispensar
* funds that were recently tied u
pe-nding tbe settlement of State 'die
p)ensary clims1I' an.J'U i junci return
able Vtbrua ry 7,. has been se.iured b
At t.rner~ General Lvoiu and asociat
cA'unse! hefore J udge Prfince. la th
order are named thle variouS accouni
that are sough,t to be tied up by it
juunQtion. The eounty boards are b
the order enjoined from paying or
Iany of the funds. It is also rn
4erstnoul tihat the inintion is nece
sary becau-e although papers have
been filed instituti-ug suit against
firms for the recovery of overjudg
ments by some means, all formalities
necessary to attachment have not
William Lanahan & Sons are the
hard hit firm of the trio, against
whom suits -are filed. This firm's ov
erjuidgrmetnt is $23,563.46, and in the
county dispensary accounts is tied
up $21,732.99. Charleston county
owes this firm $10,023.08, and the re
e mainder of the county funds are in
e other .counties.
S. K. Bouknight house and lot
near Mollohon Manufacturing Com
y pany, practically new.
If not sold before will sell Mon
day, February 7th, at 11 o'clock one
lot containing 34 (three fourths) of
an acre of land, more or less, one six
room dwelling and a two room cot
Terms of Sale: 1-3 (one third)
s cash, balance in one and two years
at 8 per cent interest. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
J. A. BURTON,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
LIB -County of Newberry.
By Frank M, Sehumpert, Esq., Pro
a bate Juge.
s Whereas, Robert McCaughrin
Holmes made suit to me, to grant
him Letters of Administration of the
Estate of and effects of 0. MeR.
-jThere as therefore to..cite and adb
rmonish all and singular' the kinked
Sand Creditors of the said 0. McR.
Holmes deceased, that they be aall
appear before me, in the Court of
SProbate, to be hield 'at Newberry, s.
SC., on the 16thb day 'of February
1next after publication thereof, at 11
1o 'clock in the , fo!renoon, to show
cause, if any they have, wihy the
sai.d Administration should not be
Given under my hiand, this 29th
dyof Ja-n'uary Annio Domnini, 1910.
Frank M. schampert,
J. P.N. C.
Elastic Belts, all, colors,
Children's Leather Belts,
White Wash Belts, each
iPillow Tops, each
Pillow Cords, each
Ladies' Wash Collars, ea
-Collar and Belt Pins, ne3
Jet Hat Pins, each
Jet Back Combs, each
Jet Top Side Combs, eac
I B arretts, all styles, each
Fancy Knob Hair Pins, i
Silk 4-in-Hand Ties, eac]
eSilk Bow Ties, each
Children's Knit Underbc
Children's Drawers, size
Ladies' Fancy Handkere
3 Cakes Toilet Soap
.Hair Rats, the newest tur
Artificial Violets, bunch
POST CARDS.-Local \
- VALENTINES. -Large
is $45 SteelRag
For Only $32.50
A Special Offer for 10 Days
of this beautiful Steel Range
delivered at your depot for
$32.50. This is a great op
portunity and will save you
$12-50. Will last you for 20
years. Send your order and
come and see us.
We Furish Your House
Cheaper Than Anybody.
WE SAVE YOU ONE-HALF
ON A PIANO.
he J. L. BOWLES CO.
The House Furnishers of
Newberry, S. C.
EXTRA TERM COURT O0ERD
In obedienee it"4n order of His
Excelleney,-Governor M. F., Ansel,
date January 12th, 1910R ngotie is
hereby give that an extra term of
the <.urt of common py for New
14rh Sed Fbur d11, and on
conue an su engt ofu iess.a
We Fadcurn illesh Your Hoie.
posibe JtoL BeOepaEd-S iOe
inaThe Hos Fuhamberns Lifi
dpaie ns, rye and,190 nlike iis
soldeby W. vE. tha anet& r s on.
14eh Aayo euur,10 nd. n
' aideutwll poor, ea1 tceits.
.n. C. cens.
While it1i fenmosbts.
peve 10 cci ents.vrm
rostyble,t b epa e10ti centbe
yon ay nes ure.Ine10 cents
ment amd yo aret.r4f
sprais, bui1e a cd ienis.
) Cent Stors.
deeach 10 cents.
allcor, each 10 cents.
iefs,each 10 cents.
ba sle, each 10 cents.
dies, each et.
2sso,tment 10. cntsu.
Only the C
THROUGHOUT NEWBERRY A
John D. Kockefeller never heard of us
rom Morgan, but we do know how to buy
Millinery, that is of the Newest kind. No
ing but the Newest of the New. For the
pled, and to day we invite you, one and aE
The Greatest Line ol
Ever Piled Between Brick a
If a Stranger in Newberry, visit the Big I
Spring Finery for Ladies, Msses and Childr,
one of Newberry's greatest Has Been merci
you will see they AUlline up at the Spot C
Read every line compare EVERY PRICEP
nd always will be buying it here for less e
Dress Goods White
5 pieces fine Bleek Dress Goods on
sale at 24e. yard. 'largest in upper(
15 pieces fine Mohair full 50 in'oh of abots fine Whi
wide, 75e. value, at 49c. yard' 25 piees White
15 pieces fine Batiste, all the shades lawns, etc. 5c. yar
most wanted, worth 75c., and 85e., at 50.icsce
ec. yard. :.waistings 10e. ya
Every yard of colored Dress Goods 10 peesMad
t eut priees. Come! - sanid figures, K
100 pieces Ma
Silks. Sls10c. rd.
Just landed today 10 Pieces 3old~ Do'twetet
edel Black Taffeta Silk, A'tis: worth ing,: come hrere.
and seUs this ountry ovr at $L35 300 bolts Engids
2 $125 yard, our sale priee 98e. U. S. ovr1e
50 pieces eryamna Silk, ful 27 in. yard bolt $1.19.
wide, woh a d ds at 5O te)e, 300) yards 39.i
our mighty sale price 25e. We hbave to 30e yard, at J
al the newshees 2000 yards 36
than Lomdale, a1
Al 10.Lae5. Embr<
All 5.and 7ce. LaAges, 29e. dozen We may be mi
yards.we can show you
New arrivals in ColllaXs, Ties, Bh, in all Neweberry
etc. Over 1000 new Collar Ties, etc. 50e., 60e., 75ec.
spcally priced 25c. each. couniter, choice th
1 ase Ginghams Dress and Apron 1 lot, the 10c. ani
styles 5c. yarid.
2 eases Ginghams, 10e. kind, '7c. yd. Children
cases Giighams, 12 1-se. kind, at Great shipnment
81-Se. yard. made Dresses to
2 cases American Prints, 61-2c day at 9 o'clock.
ind a 5e-300 Dresses at
300 Dresses at
Great Waist Sale 300 Des at
1000 ready made waists at 98e. 200 Dresses at
300 ready made Waists at $1.49. Every motAier s
Again we ask all you Bargain Lovers thi
the feast of Greater Values, only to be had
ND SURROUNDING CO
nor do we remember of ever
and sel Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
DId shop worn goods ofered you he
last six months every market has
f Spring Merchandise
nd Morter in old Newberry
VWte Front Store. Three floors of D
an. We learned the dry goods business fr
ants and if you will follow the crowds to.
ash UuderseJlers of Dry Goods and Shoes,7
|and you will see 'tis nowasin the
rery day in the week, every week inte
deI aearment the ~i ra~ ie o
Goods in waistingswrh40.arat2.
~ked Musline n
as Waistings, strip
Iras, 25e. kind, at Gu'Sl fTbe
Ji long edoth, werth
ahep rT he2 10 lgeTwet aine 9co.
woene res h 40.yrat2;
25y pieces 200 ine ud .thread $.9
15. id c y arbraid. 9.ad
.SDese iecs9 nhL
~o n sle reat SaneTl
2ardcou ree, 12 gasfo e,LaFac
$.49 Rep,oh. ber25asetgoin hr
01vs ittiss.. et
at Neber hry's, atpestr, 'i