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K. 11. A t;1,1,, KmuTov.
Wo have before spoken of Lite matter
but we desire again to urgo some of our
farmlers who have the ieans and some
of our. town people who are in1terested
to get, tole.r and ratiso tie ionev
and build a rolle - ilour mill. It, could
be done with a capi"tll of $5,000. .. The
farmiers are be", inn' ;ng to sow wheat,
again aid If lcre was a good roller
mill Convenient Where they colid C
ch an ize their w iIeat for good 1lour it
Would et on'll-ago them to plant 1orem
wheat. There is it good Imlill in the
lower. part, Of .Hie county anid wo are
glaoi i, is there bill, ancitlhvr it, Nt -
herry would iot. in the least, contl'let
with this one Or he in competiti,on
Wve ived to grow m1ore Whea,t and
th'e way to cvourage its grow,th is to
be preparedi to convurt, it into llrtr that
1is as nive as any I hat voeivs from alny
where aId this we cal do.
Vill not some of ou, fairiners take
hold of this matter 1,m1l Ilvestigate it,
Seu if there is at.vhing tobe linadtle by
building uch an eiterprise and then if
therv, is wIv Je t he good work beginl
One of Hie Tolherts has had warraits
ISSUed at.inst SMve'11 Of thlet Cit.iz'ns (if
McCormiek eluu ing vi.hl with itr
fvrig with him in the e::ereise of his
franchise. They lave b'veln tklivin to
Coluimbi antd IlaIrttiglied inI tIle li;ted
States comrt., and have givenl hoold to
appeal l. it.h :t(t. 1twerm of coort, for
trI-ial. Onc (if ilt ilm is Il.ove thain "11
years ol. A 1of I hp-m hIot--ale am
respected ciliz-ens. Thlvy deny1, U t.n,
the-e wt..a an v it l,v-erence. wit h M r.
Tolbort, and tHat. he WO., not. 0nly ,per)II
mnitted to Vote, but), d id Vote uIlnIol.:,(ted.
Th)is action has atrotised tihe womlen anod
t,hey havN't mc(et, Ild pa.s.ed re"ollit.ion
condmnig Lhe nIt,Lionl of Tolbert in
havinltr the arie'tI Ilmade. Mr. Tolbert,
had bette. lit the 11121Mt alone where
it Is, and I thank I!s (Cld that, hIll , is
tliiVL-. 'It will noL, IoV be sItre fO0 Iitm
to eti'll to this ptlace.
Ilot lie is takilgr the naction Ie has, F
nto doulbt., for the1u pm-p-ose of gainillI
avrWith 0he 1141iiitlatiOnl atL Wah
illgtoln aml thus stecurilg, i good job
1.h1cre for. hilinscif. This voi, tOf ,Hling
Imlay have worked several years aItro,
bilt, it hais abloiut, ph*tla d ()ut now. ph1e4
Riepublic;lIs atl. Wa.shingiptonl know the
1situttn down tve pretty vell now,
aild tiey ae nlot goilg to lie fooled by
tie cr-y of perselntion. The Ieplihi- S
CanIS atI, 0h0 South11 and tihe negr-0S areV
goillg 1t) be trtedL(!J pr-opeIJY Ias Jong its >t
they deserve to be. butl, w1i the whito
liepublen litudertako t.o pub the ie..
graes florwar d lmd indel'the to CrOSS
tho path of the whlit- mIni thure is surve 0
to be troible. 'The sooler. we all Iea11rn
tis the better it will be for till eon-. 1
The1v A ivot-ta ( I btronict, suggests t.ht, b
ight ihi: and$ pay1 ~Tolbertia'it, a1 goo(d t'
pic'ie for' his propilerty, nlowi thait they Li
aret r'uido himlt 21821 disturinlg elemtent.
lI ut are0 they rid of himi? is ite not1 I
cenl t uingIL 21 gie t hem trob. by ay - It )
ingLet 1(1 ht.tls i arreft' s ltikn to Mi'o
lui t olVqllhlt applls i te lnte t esil i
tiour i t i h ei.elhi rpet
lthey shed i'u ry hit wht, i ot is I'rth
Laieut eeantt, Alot!anldecisal to go on
exhtiit isagin-isity . isas she
wl a e Il tecture b e2hesunk theLler
rime an ds tii s fea t ai not, given1 him
will 1)itdilitie 'ti sifor h etr lt ,
'1orm. It' l( Ia pity allthe wouhl-he'(t lee. -
Wignoul ldt. l he avd man an amic
te haveilt 8ilece~ivedi 2a lcopy(ofthe
ik itt.Iloutra~' tedlfm andIl islevo'
pSCO i he byt L .tli 1(. ,iio il b ('i) i. t It is a
atied. atdwrt-n f Mke c
e her' educaL) lia fail:s ftie heel busi
gnots men,lerin shols,owI gi herreiees,
ande ails hero pruipa pla(es I o bine tIt
It' rglleetcrt, ton t,bee t'g11('etontan '
up'onrthet ptob'mshrs. etgt ot t Lv
na nhe.ISt, week and Atanta Iis maittn
bigopry. inpo neranhi n
Tobetelydistinguised vistor sthe N
wnl ill havs o th i1sI 1ccasion. AtantaI
dera dos thns by hsaviiiaesn tis*JL
ing ily and its aVorct-ed to hae jIt
aime Oilth es ofbt cOmmstoes th
SV, puflblihte' grso te tfrecent,
genra eeetontosho. owligt i(
voews Tepot Ihudtunot
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ULL1 THE NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO
4PVC.11% Cot remvonItonco Harald end News'
At a mooO'ng of the L"eachersof Grac<
iindiy-school last Sunday thoy deod
d to have Itnl "Old folks' (lay" on Sui
lay, D)ecerrber 25th. A pr->gramtm
will he arranged in keeping with lt
de of the (lly and anioulnced later
'iere will be old Lime songs, &c., and c
dlea-mant time ig aticipatu-1.
Alr. Cato, IL Christialn Japanese, gavi
I, lectire On Japar anIld Its Custorns, o
Wednesday tight. Not being able <
eT there ontselves wo hear It vorl
highy spoken or by those who attend
,d. lo is workinrg to uicate hi.icsel
t ret0ur1n to Japaln a ILs at (Istialn 1nis
-ina IuY 1ine(r tb4 auspICes of the Moth
)d ist clti.eh.
Rev. J. W. .31anon has gono to Dar
ilgton to atttend the annual ses 0i o
lie Haptist aisociat,on. During lih
dhwene his son, W. P'., will wield th
aber inl the News offco.
All the Students from hero iad below%
,own that are att.ending Newborry Col
ego spenIt, their thanlHksUivilng at hiou1t
Ind retirned tothelir books on Monday.
h'liaiksgivi'ig was observed by ,hit
oigregations of Graco and the A. V
0. c1rh, tll pastors preaching ap
>opriate sermons. A collection Wall
alei inl Grace clhurch for the Luther.
Lim Orphan 11011im at, SalemI, Va.
M J. .1. i. W ixe has retrUred from
enIesSee anld br'ought with him ia 1
a-load or fat, pi-irkr i (i from the
(1jl(alinjrg t.h1ti, hastH been boiiard OVeIr
here sol.1ebmdv is preIparinig to have
'(ldilnrg andl(i sIusage galore. Don't
,o wish it wats yotu, Mr. Ilitor? I
Viislh it wats old mian liLy.
Hay, Chips, where are you? Wake
lp or- I Will think y3 u are taking Itil
lai Wiide Imp agii. What are you
*oiiur to hu-, ror Xmits enjoyment?
1-y, come do1 I.o Our Old folks' day
it Grace ch11rebi. Old man Kay gives
OU It Pncising iivitittJoni.
The shelig anId counteIs are boling
it, in tlie now drug storo of Aleksrs.
Ilunt.vi & Wheeler and are being paint
AMe. II. L'. Domliiniek is having some
ceded work done on the .ront of his
uildin,g occupied by A. 1). Kohn ns i
l' goods storie.
WVe had (llI kinds of wcatherI this
-leck-I-aiii, sleet iil Snow and now
,e have s1usline and wind.
AI iss Bolald, of l'ittle Mountliniill, has
Coen on at visit to her sister, I i.s. C. T.
MIr. .1. I '. (1an non wias In ( own for a
bor-t, stay 111lst week.
Iaid to rest, on Sat .l rdlay, November
th, Iindsay. only sonl of AIr'. and \ I,s.
. A\.Dominick, of K,nai-ds, in Pros
erit"y cemetery. Our s'inmpathy goes
i he hercIed aIIMI-rts as it, Wias t,hei'
Iov. II. A. AleCulloutgh, of Orango
irg Cont.y, is viIitirig hlis parents
I I f -0*repots are oI'reCt
1it Il: t, LiM thait, he colies lie will
rig Iirs. e - i- lo%gh.
Tire d imo readinig, owing to the
tiln of Fr'iday unighit-, waXs po(st.ponedun
I the niighbt, of tIre 9th.
Owing t,r 'on ( tied had weathier
adte Iis beeni sInow andiI ouri metClrcats
e gettLinrg recady' for Chr istmas. ICoh n
us ab en'idy' put (out, his linie oif Chr'ist
as 1toys arid many13 are the lookers
alng th lititle folks.
NI 'ss A iLen's irnusic class will give~ a
arii'al aLt. s(o1ne time dduinog (.he boll
ys5. Th'le e:. h ibition will he open to
I who may(3 de'sir'e to attendl as It will
riruler (Ire auispices of the school.
rwing to the w indili an old t,her'e
5 riot bieen the usual OrowdI pass5ed
ouigh on Lbheir way tot.ho couir't house
'01m1 dowtn to (lie dh11no read ing
:31, l,'iday ni ghlt, NIlr. E'd itor1, and( en
Onrie oDf thle largestI ur'ntIpa tbhat wc
ve ever seen is now in N'ohnr's Dru'ng
.c. It wveighis 5Ij pIounds, andi( was
15 ive NI M r. '.I. .1 Wicker'. l1111ha
ised a rnumb1 ter of large ones th is year,
I'.ouI:A .1 OPi,'nMs t:A'NG
A\ Ileasant, time is in stor'e for' all
lo mayX att.erd the dime reading to bo
'en at, the school blinirg Friday
'ring, D.ec. th. F'ollowinig is the
Zend inrg.NI s. II. S. IHooz,er.
nei tationi-.\NIiss I>hoceec Schum111
Iin mio"ols Splieeh - Plrof. II.C.Counts,
ion g--Dr)is. Wyeble arid K ibler'.
teeilation- NI iss Ger Lrude Simpson811.
I Psie - Song.r
lpetchl ionr. C. T.1. Wy3che.
'lie muiire~ will be unidert dlirect,ion oIf
sdameits MIoseley' and Wychbe, Al isses'
>b. arid ! ?uLielI,1 and D)r. WychIe andie:
der. I 'ii ceordially In vited. Ad
sIin- ly avi dimoie.
Ii'. I'1ditor, you1 and11 y'our fr'ienids aro
LI ally invited( toi be pireset, aniaI co
aI leaisanlt hiour and cotite y'ouri
e. See! W\e have been abnrrost ai
'r of shirt, in ror the past few days,
rg to the rain uand mud,- but with
bright sunrshlino of the past (layf
igs arie br'iglh t.oun g tilp,
r'ospIerit.y, S. C., D)ec. 5, I1893,
ore Lthan twent ' milI'iona free sani
of De)Witt's 'itchI lLall Salve
hbein dijstribut-od by the mianruae.
.'s. WhIiat, better' prioof of t,heir r
ien:lce in it,'s mierits do youl want? at
ii'es piles, bur'ns, scalds, sores, in
shor'test sone of tuinin W FX ha A
Y ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, I will sell to the highest
bidder, before the Court House at New
berry, South Carolina, on the first Mon
day (saleday) in January, 1899, in the
cuo of Touch C. Pool, Plaintiff, vs.
Neol Mvrcus, Defendant.
A ll that lot, piece and tract of land
containing fourteen (14) acres, more
or less, situate in said county ard
Stato about t,hree miles from Nowber
ry court house and then bounded by
lands of M. W. and A. V. Moor-man,
Pannio Johnstono and the Black Jack
Tmums oiF SALE.: One-half cash, bal
ance on a credit of twelve months, with
interest on -credit portion from day of
sale. The credit portion to be sectred
by bond cf purchaser and lourtgago of
the premises, with leave to pay all
cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
W. 1). IA11DY, Master.
Master's Office, Dec. 6th, 1898.
13Y ORDERt Oi THE COURT
hereiln, I will sell to the highest
bidder, before the Court House at New
berry, S. C., on the l1irst Monday (Sale
day) in January, 1899, In the case of
Miattie S. Glenn, Plaintiff, vs. Julia A.
Glenn et, al, Defendants.
1. All that tract of land in said county
and State containing Sixty-FIive (65)
Acres, more or loss, bounded b. lands
formerly of W. G. Mayes and the lands
I All that tract of land situate In
sitid County and State containing One
f Iunlr11ed and Tbh ii teen Acres, more or
less, called the Means tract, and
bounded by lands of or formerly of
Sligh, George W. Glenn, Trus
tee, and others.
TVnMs O" SALE: One-third cash,
balance in one and two years, with in
terest on credit portion from day of
sale ; credit, portion to be secured by
bond of purchaser and mor'gage of
the premisug sold with leave to antici
pate payment In whole or in par,. If
purchaser fails to comply with terms
of sule, land will be resold on saleday
succeeding first, sall' at risk or for
Iel purchaser. Purchaser to pay for
papers8 and St amps.
W. 1). U A RDY, Master.
Master's 01lice, Dec. tl, 1898.
No. Io Toni 9 UOi32ollel's.
rE IWNS1ll1 COIM'SSIONEIRS
1 ol hereby notilied and ieqcuired
to have the public ronds of their re
spective townmships worked, and put in
good repa*' r at, once.
JNO. M. SC !M IPE T,
Su per v iso r.
N S r 10 S C i
L, P It ERSONS 1-10 LDING
X .11ias against, the Coult,v are
hereV 1tiot fi'd and ;eqi- cl to 'nesent
tiemtil u111lY Itt t t "d on P.' ocfo; e January,
JNO. W. SCfT
No; rc i ia setcc ami Dicharm
N~ O' l(l 1 IM H E EfIY GIViEN
- that I will make a filal seltle
meti n t he estate of 1) f.ot-I E!!esnr,
d(eeivd. in* the P ihate Co4-urt for
Newhverry Cunmy, H. C., on Ti'-sday
t1e -dh diy of .anuary, A. 1). 1899, at
I 'eloc in the forPution, and will
a. - ier apply ftor lkPtii dismisisory
ais ad ib list rator' oft sahi esat.
P. 0. ELA,ES0(l,
D aember 3d, 18l8.
1Wv lLLSiELLr ATTHE1 FLATEIUES.
.1. idene or Jacob CIlelaund, udecens,d.
on D'cemb er (it h, 189)8. at It (I'clock
a. mi., at lot of corn, fodder, cottIon seed.
farininug 1mlemetlntS, househ'dold and1(
kit chitn f'uri' ture, one mulet I, one lot of
I)oP!ar Ilmoer, wagon, tools, baSr(ess,
Te4rmsQ eash- P. C. MM ITHI
Nov. 26 898. Admx.
BJCE! RICE! RICE!
C''1NSIGNM ENTS 01" ROUGH
Ul-osolicited. Prompt milling
and irotd 'n o7 piroceeds Or aceauint, sales.
Highest and marked prices paid for
''Cairolina Rico Meal"'or '"Flour," the
cheapt4 andr best stock food on the
matrket,. for sale att low fIgures.
WEST POINT MILL1 CO.,
t. 2nos. Charleston, S. C.
Of all descriptions in
and Cut Glass. Also
. and Toys
which will be sold ac
Come and examine
~iFoV-toreo"pp ite R (l. Williams'.
A\T THE s.
\Junnally's B3on Bons,
Ini 30c., (60h. and $1.20 packagos.
\lun nally's Chocolates,
In 30e., ($0e. and1( $l.20 packages.
4lun nally's (coliate) Mint,
In 80o. pacekages.
Junnally's Ahnond Brilio, lAo. #
Junnally's PoolJil Bittlo, lo,
Junnally's Chocolate C
Jun nal ly's Chocolato 'roamis10o, th
o Thetse goods are mnhade of pureo mati - wt
al atnd ex.~pressed to tus the daty t,heyo co
'OUNG & COM PAN Y,I
LOwlan MAI 4T1rotEuum
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY' OF NEWBE[tRY.
W. W. Hodges, Esq., Probate Judge.
Whereas, Eduard Scholtz, liati
made suit to tue to grant him Lettets
of Aduinistrailou of the lsate and
efActs o" Louis Crede, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and a
molhth all and singular the hindr.,.
n' d cred tore of the iaid Louis
Crede, deceased, that t fiey be and op
pear before tue, in the Cou. of Probat e,
to he beld at Newerry Court, Hou-e,
on the 5th day of Dece.jaber next, after
ptlcation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to filow cause, if Buy they
havv, why tho said Administratiou
slioulI tot he graited.
Given under my hand this the 21st
day of November, Aiwo Domini 1898.
W. W. HODiEs,
J. P. N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAVIOLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By W. W. Hodges, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HIEREA.S IIENRY CR EDE
hath wide suit to ine to grant
him Letters of Administration of the
Estate and efrects of Louis Crede,
These are, terefore, to cite and ad
wonish all and singular the kindred
and creditorn of the said Louis
Credo, deceaied, that they be and ap
Pear before ne, in the Court of Pro
late, to be held at Newberry Court
House, on the .12th day of Dec., next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
lu the forenoon, to show cause, if anly
they have, jvhy the said Adnilistra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this the 28th
day of Novebtier, Anino Doinni 1898.
W. W. HODUES,
J. 1'. N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
Samuel J. Wooten, Pltif,t1ir, vs. Fan
nie Duie, Defendant.
By S. 8. Cutinightm. Erq., Mgilstraite
in ald for said County of the said
NOM PLAIN' ITAVING 1IEEN
S iaie 11nto lni. fy Han,,, I J.
Wooten that Fa tie B DIi1110 is in.
debted to him i the sum of nii alnd
20-10) dollars for gowik and merchan
dise to and delivi red to DJ.fendant.
'Iat demantid for payment haii bee
made and refused tiough loni,, 1ast due.
These are, therefore, t o require you to
summon the said Defendant to appear
bW fore me, in my (.11(e in Newberry,
H. C., on the 2' d day of 1touary, A. D
1899, at 10 o'clock a. im., to answer to
said coiplailnt, Copies of wihich ero on
file In my ofli.e, or judgment will be
given agaill yflu ly delfanit.
Given un1der y. halmli atid sel at
Newberry, H. C., the 26th day of No.
vembe-, A. D. 1898.
S. H. CU NN1IN~G G .M [JJs.]
Statement $9 20 1 gist rate N. C.
To Mrs. la0,nie 1 D3 Mil, non-real
dent, Defendant: Plase tak notice
that a copy of the summons and com
01,aint in1 this action is duly flied in the
otiee of M-gistrate 8. H Cueninghatm
at Newherry C. H., . , on t he 261 h
dlay of November, 1808. aid 18 now In
the records of said oflice.
8. S. CUNN INUHA,M, [r s.]
8'AT'E OF HOUTTh (!.\itOLNA
COUNTY OF NEW31ERRY-IN
.ohn T Norris as Amtiinist,rato. of the
Estate of Emma E. la'faere. de
ceased, 1laintiy. vs Alni Wilsonl and
establish their ela ims before tme, on~ ,
before the 8th day of December, 1898,
tt.nd t,hat, all Iecei Itors areI herehr, en
joine .1(from prosecuttin ti, hieir c'ltaitml
i::cept, in t,hls proUt0cedig
November '7th, i893. ...N..
NOTICE OF ELECTION
TOWN OF HEEN, S, C.
ONTUESDAY, THE ix3TH D)AY
ofDcmbher, 1898, an election will
be held ini t.he Town of Heilena, 8. C.,
for an intenident, and four Wardens of
saidi Towt. J. D. Shockley, .J. H1
Moore anid R. 8. Whaley are appointed
as managers of said election. Polls
will be opened at, t,he regular voting
pJrec,ncCt on said (day at ,a. im. and close
att 4 p. m.
Books of Registration will be op)ened
rotr the regist; ation of voters at, t,he
store of 13. EL. Julian on the first of
Nrovember i'nd( 'emain open util the
10th dlay of December, 1898, and H1. p.
summner, jr., is hereby appointed Su..
)ervisor of Regist,rat,lon for said elc-.
,ion. D)onc by order of Council.
I. D. SHOCK(LEY,
1. E .JUL.TAN, Clerk.
4PNNON & MAYES,
ARE AGENTlS F'OR TI'ilE
W ansion House Steam rnrndry,
~EWBdhY, *a C.
i IMS Git Fro &"ta Lian8
ill be the exquisite whiteness of
irlstmas show that we will lay ut on
inr shi t, bosom, collars and cois.
lose who know a good~ thing when ,
ey see it will appreciato the faultless tc
w-k that we puit on their Itnen ti
lor atnd pertfect finish. Sample it. be
IGENT S a " w,
December at JOS'
I expect to sell more
goods in December than I
bavo any month since I
opened my store. Th's means
lower prices and you will be
surprised how cheap you can
For the next three weeks at
Jones'. Tihe people of this
city and county were all ex
vited over our sale six weeks
ago, but, the excitement will
be groater still before January
St. If you have anything to
buy in my line it will be a
great inisiake to go to any
other place. We offer among
other things today:
2 cases yard wide Fruit of the
Loom Bleach at 6c. per yd.
by the bolt or 61c. to cut
2 bales Riverside Plaids at 41
ceots by pc. or 5c. to cut.
2 bales Silver Star Plaids 4ic.
by pe. or 5' to cut.
These are ., few of the items
we metion, iut there are
pn)entiy o' others. Come an'
s.-o us often and don't forget
1hat Jones always se..- it
less because he sells for cash.
The Peoples Store.
Ne w bert y, B. 0., Dec. 0. 1898.
IN TOSEE US!
Wo invite you because we cn
mauke you welcome. There is noth
ing half-hearted in our methods.
We have pleased many peo
ple this season by selling them
the besit goods at lowest pricos conl
sistent with good values. Because
we have the feeling of inward satis
fact ion, we wvant more of the people
of Newboirry to take advantage of
the opportunity we offer them to, get
the best. When anything is desired
We show them all the latest
fabries and figures.
Staple and Fancy, in wide range
of quality and prices.
A great variety to match and
beautify tbe moat elegant cos
Cloaks and Capes,
A beaut.iful line-elegant ma
A line that we recommend with
sat isfact ion.
Popular models at popular
All grades at lowest prices and
the best that can be purchased.
A specialty in our business miade A
famous for taste and elegance
of its creations.
"No Shoes like Mower"--a new'
and true saying in tlias commu
n'ty. It's origin is founded on
fact-bcause our Shoes.are sold 1
re have Shoes for.Ladies, Men,
oys, Guis, Children-Shoes
r all-the beat, the cheapetj
e most elegant line of Shoes'
be found anywhere. Come to
e Mower Stores and buy the
st. Yours with satisfaction,
&G.S. MOWER 0.
(Next Door to Herab
ALL KINDS OF MARE:
HEADSTONES, IRON I
Metallic, Rosewood and
Service in this line P:
Next Door to Heral
NEWBERRY, - -
FOR THE LEj
Come and examine 1
Great bargains in Men's
$10.00, worth much rr
cost you $3.00.. Bette
Men's, Boys' and Chil<
that everyone can affc
We have something in I
wonderful for the prici
Nell, as to Carpets, the
strictly all-wool Carp
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