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This week we ask
money saving sale. I
prices at a big saving
berry and surroundinj
Great bargains in E
Staple Dry Goods, Et(
Great saving on
Great sale Ladies' !
the big pile. $20.00
the big Suit sale.
Great sale Ladies' I
select from, and every
Great sale fine Mill
Thousands of pai
prices. Bring all youi
Free! Free! On VM
eleven o'clock we will
trading in our store o'
Squares free. Each
Remember, we give ti
eleven o'clock. Just i
Store of the Best, 'tis
W. Y.WILKINS SHO0T uld e
BY TICKET AUDITOR inet
-- 'issued by M
TROUBLE OVEB FARE TERHINAT- son was br
ED WITH SERIOUS BESULTS. lodged in
-- employed I.
Fight Occurred at Cowpens When at the preli
Train No. 440 Arrived at That before Mag
Place. as Mr. Walr
-- Mr. Wilki
Spartanburg Journal. tis~ mornin
W. Y. Wilkins, a well known young the trouble
business man of this city, son of Bobo ing. He sa.
Wilkins, of Cowpens, was shot at Cow- night with
pens last night by F. W. Johnson, He made fr
ticket auditor on passenger train No.- tanb.urg anc
40, of the Southern road. The shoot- (being his o
ing occurred immedgately after the has never
train pulled into the station at Cow- ticket colle<
pens. The ball, a .32 calibre, entered When the
the left shoulder, ranged downwards came throu
and lodged in thle muscles near the said he ga"
large artery from the heart. Had the conductori
ball penetrated the flesh one eighth of book, smilir
inch deeper it would have .ertered the The collect<
large artery and the young man would have to sTh
have probably bled to death in a short his fare or
time. train. Mr.
Immediately after~ the shooting Dr. ticket taker
B. B. Steedly of this city was notified to pay any
and he went to Cowpens in his auto- have to pu
mobile and brought Mr. Wilkins to showed his
this city. An operation was perform- lector passe
ed at the Steedly hospital last night When the
and the ball extracted. diastarnce th
Ticket Auditor Jornson was arrest- the train ag
ed at Cowpens immediately after th him for so:
shooting, the police of the town hold- to CharlottE
you to come to the mighty
.very line is complete, and
to economical buyers of New
Iry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks,
Blankets, Comforts, Bed
5uits. Just 57 only left. of
Suits at $10.49. Come to
ong Coats, an even 100 to
one a beauty.
's of Shoes going at special
feet to the big Shoe sale.
!ednesday and Thursday at
give free to every-lady then
ie pound of Cretonne Quilt
pound. -will make a Quilt.
iem away free on the hour of
get the habit of trading at the
i Greatest Store.
custody until a warrant'gtoCaltelewud hihi
vorn out for his arrest,MrWiin sad erpldthtI
En with assault and batterywolgotChrteifheclct
to kill. The warrant waswolprvd hi wthrasrt
agistrate Potter and John- toi esi esgetdt h o
ought to Spartanburg and lco hth tpa opn o
jail. Thie defendant has eog ogv i hpig
A. Phifer to represent him Wheth trn aetoatpa
minary hearing to be held Cwesh adh akdtru
strate Potter just as soon hecahan sh gtofhentc
Eins is able to appear. th coltr cmig touh t
as was seen at the hospi'al cahocpe yclrd pol
g and m.ade a statement ofMrWlkngodwnnthgou
that led up to the shoot-anthcoltrmdemeeakt
d he left Spartanburg last hm aotafgtadM.Wli
is father- on train No. 40.sadh tod im hthewstll0
~quent trips between Spar-th caan irte hmtogtdw
Cowpens, the latter placeontego d. heclcorspe
d home. fIe said that hejofoftetan ndhyimdael
iad any trouble with thebea fihng Jo snpuld i
ticket taxer, a new man,dinohaehsptlin is an
gh the train, Mr. Wilkins we h us~s tre,btde
-e him his ticket and thethwepnfo hipcktaerhe
sked to see his mileagecm endtofg.
tg as he made the remark.MrJonnwilgvbndfrh
r then told hiim he wouldapernebfeMgitte ote
> his mileage book, pay i sntkonwe h netgto
he would put him off the wl ehl,bti iltk lc u
Wilkins said he told the a ona r ikn sal oia
that he did not propose tehsia. M.Wlis i e
fare and that he wouldknw in patbug Hespr
t him off. Finally, he rerofteCtTanersblso
mileage book and the col-Liet sre.Hepched h.
di on through the train. Ibuiesfo W.RGaneadOt
train had traveled someZaeseelmotsgond oe
collector came through t prabh omk hsct i
a arid after talking with hm. Hsfinswl ega
netime invited him to go owtahiwun is otrade
Ioyih 199 y .E im
themither ill o
bank account it t
furnish grist for
placed in our savii
will grind while y<
per cent paid on se
ST ART AN ACCC
CapitaliStock - -
JAMES McINTOSH, President.
LONG STAPLE COTION. j'
Ecouragemenlt Offered by the Stato
Special attention will be paid to
agricultural exhibits at the State Fair
to be held in Columbia from October
30 to November 3. A number of'
handsome prizes will be given for the
best showing made along the various C I
lines of agriculture.
Among the features of the Fair
will be the Cotton Exposition to en
courage the growth of long staple
cotton In this State. The exzposition
will be held under the auspices of the
United States farm demonstration
work and $1, 000 in prizes will be
given for the best results shown in
the growth of the staple cotton.
Reports received here indicate that
many farmers in the State will send
exhibits of farm products. There
will be a special building for the agri-.I a
I - and
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, as the surviving executorin t
of the last will and testament of John
W. Humbert, deceased, will make a you
final settlement of sa.id estate in tple
office of the Probate Judge for Nek
berry County, S. C., on the 28th day ln
of November, 1911, at 11 o'clock a. mn.,
and immediately thereafter apply for h v
adischarge as such executor., 2
John M. Kinard,
As the surviving Executor of the last 1
'will and testament of John W. Hum-A
SOctober 19, 1911.
Has Millions of Friends.
How would you like to number your
friends by milions as Bucklen's Arnica
Salve does? Its astounding cures in the
past forty years made them. Tts the
best salve in the woirld for sores, ul-T E (
Ladie ! Ak you .rujs t r
Pil n Red ad a on reallcy
Tak no otbe Bus o ."
DRA ND FILLS, for 25
years known as Best, Safest. Always Reliable
SOiL BY DRUGGISTS EYERYMWEP?h
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION FOB r ofrgsatn.O
MUNICIPAL ELECTION FOR asrgte hei
THE TOWN OF NEW-shlbeaowdtvt
BERRY, S. C.toneetntobh
Notice is hereby given that thedaofDcme,11
-books of registration of voters for the eetost ehl
Town of Newberry, S. C., will be open- Nwer uig t
ed at the office of the clerk and treas-mots
urer, in the opera house, from the 29th Th prdtino
day of September, 1911, until the 30threitaonfmth
;,day of November, 1911, both days in-trinof ew ry
clusive (Sundays excepted), betweenthaplcntove
K i orso 'loki h frno Mnawti teicr
md5o'lcki heateno. .R.jth on fN ybr
ney spent come
irnish grist for
start with it a
n11 continue to
the mill and if
>u sleep. Four
- - $50,000.00
J. E. NORWOOD, Cashier.
ve one of the largest
finest lines of China
Le city. It will pay
to call and see my
before you buy. I
~anice line of 5and*
ent China. :
IISE OF A THOUISAND THINGS
inted supervis- "esidence within the limits of the
ly such persons municipality for four months preced
provided for ing the annual election for the year
e at the regular 1911, and the payment of all taxes as
ld on the 12th sessed against him, due and collectible
,and at special for the previous fiscal year, are neces
n the Town of sary to entitle the applicant to regis- P
a next twelve ter.
By order of the Town Council of the .
, certificate of Town of Newberry, S. 0., on the 5th
board of regis- day of September, 1911.
ounty entitling1 3. J. Langford, Mayor.
1 a polling pre- Attest:
orate limits of J. R. Scurry,
e o fhis[ C. &T. T. C.N..&.C.