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JUDGE J. C. XLUGH.
Honorable Career of Able Nan Draws
to a Close-Judge Klukh's Life
Abbeville, Oct. 2.-Judge James C.
Klu'gh died at his home here tonight
-at 10 o'clock. He. had been in failing
health for several months. The fu
nueral services will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 4.30 o'clock from his late
,residence. He was 54 years of age
and is survived by his wife and six
4*ildren, William B., Margaret, Cath
erine Mary, James C., and John Klugh.
He is also survived by two sisters
and two brothers, Mrs. William:
Fooshe, of Ninety Six; Miss Hilde
ug, of Gonzales, Texas, and Thom
as Klugh and Joe Klugh, of Coronaca.
Born at Cokesbury.
James Coke Klugh was the son of
-Wesley Coke Klugh, and was born at
Cokesbury, April 30, 1857. His mother,
who died when he was three years of
age, wad the daughter of Henry Furr,
of Mount Carmel, in Abbeville district.
fe was the youngest of a family of
ten chikren, all of whom reached!
years of maturity. The imperfections
in Judge Klugh's early school train
ing were overcome by the influence of
culture and refinement in the home,
the older members of the family hav
ink received college training before
the War Between the Sections, while
young Wesley Coke's opportunities
were limited to the "old field" type of
school, which so many of the South's
brilliant men were dependent upon
for such early education as they re
ieived and which was often more of
an inspiTation than a schooling. As
a young man, however, he was pre
sented an opportunity to pursue high
er studies. He spent one year at
SCoesbury Conference school and en
ed Wofford college iii 1874. He
1graduated in 1877 with the degree of
-.bahelor of arts.- In 1878 the degree
of master of airts was conferred upon
Taight in Greenwood.
He taught for three years in Green
Wood after leaving college, and while
serving in that capacity was tendered
the professorship of history and po
litical eenonmy in the Southwestern
-University of Texas, where he spgnt
one year, but the purpose of devoting
himself to the profession of law had
become firmly rooted in him from an
early inpiration, and in 1880 he en
tered the University of Virginia, grad
iaing there in 1881 E6 was admit
ted to the bar in Abbeville the follow
ing December, and in 1882 was chosen
attorney for the county, which posi
tion he held for three years. In 1885
he was appointed by Gay. Hugh S.
Thompson to succeed Gen. M. L Bon
~Iam, who had resigned, as master of!
en, in 1897, Judge Joseph H.
was elected United States sena
r. Klugh was elected by the leg
eto succeed him as judge of the
deKlugh was married in 1888 to
ces Caroline Bradley, a
o f John E. Bradley, of Ab
county. Seven children have
ge Klugh was elected a delegate
the constitutional convention of
5and worked earnestly in the ef
to frame a constitution adapted1
the changed conditions of the State,
nd besides his judicial and profes
sional duties he has always been ac-1
tively interested in the cause of edu
-ation and in the industrial and agri
cultural affairs of his county and
"The Millionaire Kid."
There is great joy in the hearts of
the small boys. "The Millionaire1
Kid" is coming to town, and in order I
sustain reputation of that worthy,
ymond Paine. who is again appear
ng in the title role, will shower pen
ie ontheheas o thesmll oy
dnd iddes i geeralFriay ater
The ompay tat apeas hee i
the saeta lyaltelre
cites ndit asnotin bu 5hepr
It may be that some
time you will need the
assistance this bank can
render. If you are de
positing money here
with us you may be sure
of our friendly consid
eration at all times.
Every man today has
a good chance to lay up
a competence if he saves.
An account with this
bank will provide an ex
cellent plan of laying
aside that portion of
your earnings not need
ed for immediate use.
Four per cent. paid on
The Bank That Always
Treats You Rigli.
;itency of Manager Scurry that caus-.
dthe company to play a date here.
['is company jumps direct to Sav
nah from here and then to Norfolk,
., which is proof of it being an at
rction out of the ordinary.
"The Millionaire Kid" carries al
eat iguantity of scenery and electri
ta ef[ects and their chorus is said to -
ecomposed of a bevy of pretty girls
to make'things hum during the ac
io of the piece.
The penny shower is- quite an ova
n and certainly fits the title to a
'," and all the small boys will un-1
ubtedly be on band to see that Mr.4
ine distributes them properIy. :1
Mr. Scurry had quite a time in get-.I
ig the representative of the company
oplay to a dollar price, and when one
kes into consideration that this comn
ny plays up to $2 it is proof that
maager Scurry is on the job to give
sbig plays at a respectable price. ItI
sup to the citizens to show their ap-I
eiation of this iact by giving them
full house, as the company comes
hre high recommended. "The Million
re Kid" will appear at the opera
huse on Friday, October 20.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, office
fthe Superv'ising Architect, Washing
tn, D. 0., September 6, 1911. SEAL
EDI PROPOSALS will be received in
tis office until 3 o'clock p. m. on the
1th day of October, 1911, and then
oened, for the construction, complete
ncluding plumbing, gas piping, heat
ig apparatus, electric conduits and
iring and lighting fixtures) of the
nited States postoffce at Newberry,
SC., in accordance with drawings
ad specification, copies of which may
bobtained from tae . custodian at
ewerry, S. C., or at this office at the
scretion of the Supervising Archi
et. James Knox Taylor,
We have the goo
we need the coin.
lifetime to buy J4
The popular, stylish a
worth from $5.00 to $1
Opal and set rings at
Lockets and chains, a
_Bracelets--W ell, we'
we need the money an
cut to the quick.
Fobs, Cuff Buttons,
Pins, Tie Clips, and in
Gee, it hurts to have
be done. So come alo:
-Watches, Clocks and
MAIN STREET -
IT WILL PAY YOU'TO INYE~
OUR CLAIM THAT WE SELL THE BES1
OF GOODS FOR LESS THAN ALL 1
No catch penny methods are adopted
catch and to squeeze the unsuspecte
value for your money or no sale, ever'
guaranteed or money refunded, a
square deal each and every time meal
for you than a few articles at reduce
and "HELL" on anything else that y
No house on earth could have withstood the 1
unfair onslaught of competition that we hav<
since we are in business .unless it was built
Honest Principles and Conscientious.
For every penny you spend you must receiv
full value and more or no sale. If not blidd
judice you can see that it is to your interest
0. K LE TTN
THE FAIR AND SQUARE DEALER.
Space does not permit "quotation" but-you say
ie Jewelry, Sil
I Cut lass,
ds and they must J
Must have it. C
twelry, etc., at coa
;hirt waist rings at $3.00't<
11 kinds, all prices.
re got 'em, prices too low
d niust have it.
s where we are strong an
Broaches, Scarf Pins, N
fact everything that is kei
to slaughter priccs this wa
tg and get two dollars wo
Jewelry promptly repair<
- - - - NE
Fair and W r l
ris more .
ittead cole's Hot Blast Draft on top
ad Conl fh orce of this down daft ft
rm .. Cole's Origina
thrdthe dualheri th e o n
after yer hch a heating stove
tquicty s radia to o h ea
Blas hater . eeve t he fuel
thnan te WDerinth
aite a06 thF- a no h ro
be sold for
Ohance of a
;t and less.
> $5.00, actually
for .profit, but
I the prices are
'aist Pins, Veil
yt in a first class
~y, but it must
rth for one.
.WBERRY, S. C..
of the fire burns the coal from th top-burna
>rces the heat to the base which is made of
s the floor.
av been written regarding the base heating
1Hot Blast Heater
which radiates all the heat thrown off frot
of letting it go up the chimney.
which will withstand the severe use, year
is necessal7 subjected to. Sheet steel is
aused as raditing surface only ir' ('s Hot
cones mn contact with the liningts ,y first
Sof the heat from active com etter
large. sensi:ive, sheet metal b. d base
, Hard Coal, Wood and lighter fueL
II W and Upwai