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(nIghts of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S T A'T1E:D CONVENTIONS 01
this Lodge will be held the 2n
aid 4th Tuediy nights of each Imloliti
at 8.00. Visiting Knights eordiallj
welcomned. 'iIO. E. 141TI NU,
K. of It. and S.
( rot well 1lot.o! tuilidin g.
TiE NI:Wii;KKy COrTON M%KtIC1'
Corrected seni-weelly by C. J. l'urcel
& Co. October 15, 190ol.
Good M iddling........................8 1-11
Strict Middling.......................7 15 1
Middling ........ ............7 13 it
Monloy to l.oltn.
Five years Lite at 7 per cent iiierest,
securrdoy first, mortgage on improved
real estat e.
Hunt, Ii unt, & IlI un-ter, Attorneys.
Lat34 for Male
Sixty acres of good suburban land
one nd a half miles touth of the city,
for sale In hiIgh state of cultivat,ion.
Apply to I,. Catianiss. f&t, 8t
Best country raised
Rust Proof Seed Oats
Purcell & Scott.
(o to A. M. Teague's rest.rauranl for
fresh oysters aid hot, lunches lie is
also prepared to furnish board by the
week or nilonth at, reaseiable-1 prices.
are the best and cheap
Highest price paid for hidesl.
i & t. tf. A. M. 'Teague.
A good three-horse farm, near Beth
lehem church, known as Geo. B Su
bor's. Bounded by the land of J. 1).
Suber, Mud and Cannon Creeks.
Worked this year by Ml r. Thomas
Adams. lins a good dwelling, tenant
houses, hay meadows, pastures, sut
mner and winter, and other conve
niences, For further information ap
ply to Forest I. Subor, care of I,rick
& Lowrance, Columbia, S. C. 51, eot
} For the Best $5.00,
$6.50, $7.6 0, $8.00,
. $10.00, $12.00 &,$ 15.
00 suits of clothing for
men go to Copeland
l t i hst
1)r. E C. ,Tones will he at, Little Moun
tain, . C., on t,he titirl Monday of each
mont,h, commeneing Monday, Septemt
ber 1Oh. He will hI hieease( to offer
his professional services to all who
Ieed it. t, 2w.
1.ee fur S-ito.
The parsonage traot, of ulhsh River
Church near Pient, r MIi, 21 miles
from B3ush River (Churen, eout,aini ng
twenty-six acres an-1 g to I residence.
Lands adjoining can be. tbought cheap.
For t,erms and price apply to
I. M. Smit,h,
Kinards, S C
SOur Shoes will please
you, your feet and your
purse. We handle
only the best makes.
Plan,ttonm for sale or itent.
BVel improved. Good watetr. Oburch
You will save money
by buying your Dress
Goods, Cloth ing, Shoes
and Hats at Copeland
Ohironolt hanatolet roin.
The entert,ainment, at the opera house
lastFriday night given by the ladles for
the benefit of the A. R P church, was
a success, and as a result a neat little
sum was realized towards t he new huild
A P'onr Millloai,re.
Lately starved Iu London because he
cudnot digest his food. Eatrly uise
of Dr. King's New Life Pills would have
.saved him. TPhey strengtheni the
stoinach, aid( digestIon, promote assi mi
lation, improve appstlte. P'rice 25c.
MVoniey b)ack if not sat,islied. Sold b)y all
A ttentlona Nport,smn.
The hunting season will soon be here,
and we beg to remind you that J. W,
-White has on hand a splendid selectiom
of guns, amTmunitioni and sporting
ods. Call on him if anything h
in the lele line. Bicycle.
d bicycles repaired.
for sale-e . Into Live UoaIs.
I hurned my fooi
"Whe.. V. H. Ends, 01
"hnachild ' '~ m liSd horrih
frightf'ully," writes - :' '~ luckIeni'
Joncavill , Va., "whiichei '' ie atle
leg sores for 80 years, hWie'' 2 . g
Arnica Halve wholly cured r'e'
nyery thing else failed. In falat,. i i
Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sorea Btrtuses . .
Plies. Hold by all diruggISt5. 25o. .
Carpets at lower nrices than ever be
fore. Bee them, at Woon's rt
Best yard wide shirt
ing for 5c. Good Sea
istand for 4&c. Good
Calico for 4c. Good
ck H-omespun for 41c
Good Outing for 5c.
8k& l0c. a yd. Bes
Jeans for 15c 20c 254
a yd. at Copelankd Bros
VARtIOUS 141J) ALL, AKUtUT.
See notice of application for charter
in this issue.
Mr. 1. M. Evans is having the front
of his store painted.
The jurors for hot h weeks of the
court appear in this paper.
This is fireiven's week in Augusta.
The Newberry fir( men ought to be rep.
'T"he Tran wood school opened yester
day morning with Miss Lois Manson, of
Clinton, as teacher.
(Junrt. is being held in Laurens this
week. One or two Newberrians tire at
tending as wi'tesses.
The Lord's Supper will bo adiniis
tered at the Lutheran Church of the
Redeener on next, Sunday morning.
1)r. 8. T. Ilallman will conduct the
The city council is puttirig Priend
street, in nice shape. It hits for s.veral
years been.one of the best. streets in the
Mr. TIhos N ihpting has purehased a
lot, from Mrs Jas. P. Ipt,ing on Iioun
dery st,reot. and will build at an early
Watch (lut for Copeland Bros'. ad
next week. They have bargains
staeked upont bargains for their cust.
It seems to be pretty generally con
ceded that, Mr. T. O. Stewart will be our
next postmaster. 'Tlhe of her candidates
have come home and are now explai
ing how it happened.
The tax hooks are open today for the
pa.I ment of taxes, It is a good idea to
pay at fir-t and get the matler oil your
lind. It is thought that there will be
no extensions this year.
A public missionary meet,ing will b(
held inl the Church of the Redeemer
next Sunday night at, 8 o'clock. An
address will be delivered by Rev. W.
K. Hligh. Thu public is invited.
Mayor Otto Klettner is nominated in
this "aper as a candidate for re-election
as m ior of Newberry. Mr. Klettner
hay made a good otlicer and will likely
have no opposit,ion for a second term.
I iss Lizzle l)ominick has been ec
ted to represent. the Missionary Society
of the Church of the Redeemer, of this
city, at the misilonary convention,
which is to he held in Augusta on the
Ilas atnyone in or near Newberry lost
or had stolen from them a lady's bicy
cle? If so call at this oflice and we may
be able to put you on tract. as to nt here
It may be found. The wheel Is said to
be in pretty good fix, and a nice one.
Col. C. J. Purcell has been notified by
wire that he had been appointed chief
marshall of the day for the great fire
men's parade in Augusta this week.
Col. Purcell regretted very much that
he had to decline the honor, his press
ing business here preventing his atten
'i hoie Who Will sit an Jurors at tihe Com
Ing Svs,nlon of Court-Jnrors for
Court will convene ut Newberry on1
Monday, 28th instant. Judge Gage
will p)residle. Below is given the jurors
to) serve for both weeks of court:
FIRST WETMKII .JUltORS.
Sidney .J Kohnt .Jno C D)eHart
B3eltot; R Long Ira A Miller
W H Shannon Henry Workman
isgene L Leav'eli Tihos L Cameron
C HI Subter ICd J St,one
Sam'i P Crot well Roht, L Pugh
T1 B lBed en baugh I Z/ A bramns
Jno WV Derrick A C Sligh
Win D) Boozer Jefferson Quat tie
J1 Part,low Neel banmi
Mi M bong Dan, 10 Nobles
C Lenm Johnson WVm P' Pugh
Ma~1rgis A W heeler J1 G ili Sen n
Ru~fus Mi Werts Thos 10~ Chandler
itlilry II Hlendrix D) Calvin Metz
J1no T. Ii utchtinsoni Jno Mi Livingston
Richard C.Johnson WV lrank Kelly
WVarren P Bedeni- H enry MI Boozer
haugh Jo R Perdue
SECOND WVEt4K JUROliS.
TI J Grizzard T Adm
('amel L Havird .11 aks
it Hui3urton Jn iAl
R Chas M ay bin EljhWtie
l'hos J Wilson I iwnFal
Jas J Subumper't Br ogn
Milton King EPMthw
Bi Cannon Reed Ca 1Zae
Thos Hi Pope JoPLat
Cailvlin R laker JsAKbe
D)udley A Reden-.JHlar ip
baugih .n Jo
.Jno E enno B WAers
bu1h inja A hitmarl
Samuel ouc Andrewn WFllg
Warrn G Butrro ham gan
A Luther Kobzer
Na we,ry obet D right
Mr. . T.Bro noA Cbrrm ad
six 1ennso raer an Wa te pr
Jandsem tozae Rcard oM Mardozn
prizeln sromch Aprqtes. Jillitng
dar red GsPtallion, h'Adjsm wsa
As Luther ofze frtpiei .
class And T. beawn, fiNawBy," made
sily evryo races antd-arepes,
aSeia to esave corier o0fahdze
dardbred e alot, "Ad.t"wsa
as no the (lyrsth pizi thins
r that is the more mynterlous becomes
the recent breaking in and steal
ing cloth from the Newberry cot
ton mili. One is getting accustomedl
iw to hearing of more cloth being
lib d In some ditch or' dr'ain. Sunday
foi eparate batches were found al
tw places aggregating abount 12(
ifee the old1 mill hill, hidden it
I ds and ditches. The city pellet
hsave sum e~ent proof to show that the
cloth has be n put at these places with
in the past d ?y or two, and not at thu
time the roh Ory v .s discovered. Trh
case is beinglwor'. d up and somethini
Islikely to happlen in a day or two tha
. will throw light on the whole matter.
Qotno if then OIteor, of the Grieit Lodge
to IMIt the Newberry Lodge K. of I'.
Grand Chancellor M. L. ilonham and
other ollicers of the Grand Lodge of
this State, will pay an oflicial visit to
the Newberry Lodge, No. 75, K. of ' ,
on the oeeasion of their regular conven
tion, Tuesday 22nd. The distinguished
visitors will be entertained by the local
lodge on the evening of the meeting.
Mrs. Weeks Is visiting In Sumter.
Dr. C. 'T Wyche was in the city yes
Mr. E. A. Griflin left Saturday for'
Mrs. Jas. 1". Todd is visiting rela
tives in Clinton.
Mrs R. I) Smith Is visiting relatives
in Augusta this week.
Col. W. Ii lien t, of Spartanburg,
Slent Sunday in Newberry.
Miss Itubie IlIolloway, of I'onarla,
was in the city yesterday.
Mirs. S. J. Wooten left this morning
to visit relatives at, Ninety-Six.
C. L. llease, Nsq., went to Columbia
Saturday (in professional business.
M iss Lizzie Glenn returned Saturday
from a visit to .Laurens and Clinton.
1. II. 11unt, 1i-q , went to Spartan
burg Saturday on professional business.
Col. 0. L. Sehumpert is attending
the United States court in Greetlville
Editor Walllace, of the Observer,
went to (,reenvilie Priday on at busi
ness I rip
Jas. U. Hun ter, :-q , went, to Green
vlle yest.erday I attend the United
)r. V. 14. Eberhardt, of Mayes' drug
store, spent Sunlay in 'oltum blat wit,h
Miss Ellie Sheppard, who has been on
a visit to relatives here, left Saturday
for her home in Edgefield.
Mrs. N. E. Aull, of Mt. Pleasant
N. C , is expected to arrive in New
berry today on a visit to relatives.
Mr. A. C Jones left yesterday to re
sume his duties on the road. He has
been spending a day or so at home.
Miss Bernice Todd left yesterday for
Atlanta with little James Todd Bowers,
to visit her sister, M rs. Jas. A. Bowers.
Miss S. L. Holland, the operator at
the Western Union ollice in this city,
ran up to Abbeville on a short. visit
Misses Maud and Blanch Quattle
baum, of Johnston, has arrived in New
berry and accepted positions with The
Herald and News.
Mr. F. W. Higgins is spending a few
days at Sligh's this week doing some
surveying, looking to the settlement of
a dispute in that school district.
Misses Maud Langford and Sarah
Spearman returned Saturday from
Whitmire where they had been visit
ing relatives and friends.
Mrs M. NM. H1-air, of eBeech island,
S. C., who has beern on a visit to her
son hee, Mr. J. H. Hair, left, on Sun
day to v'iit, in Spartanburg.
Miss Lucia Dean, wvhi has been spend
ing a awhils in Newherry with her
aunt, Miss S. L Holland, returned t,o
her home in Greenville Saturday.
Mr. Joh Scott returned yesterdlay
morniing freom Washington, where he
has been pressing his claims for the
postmiast ership of Newbierry. lie
thinks the lum will sooni drop).
Miss Louise Robertson, of (Anarles
ton, at presenit teaceri of the (Chap
pell's school, came down Friday to at
tend "'C hroniothanatoletron." She re
turnled to Chaippell's yesterday.
Mr. TP. Neill F'olk, who has been on
a visit, t,o relatives here, left yesterday
for his home at Why-Not, Ky. Hie is
engaged In the hbusiness of railroad
grading. He carried several negroes
from here with him.
Mr. B. S. Doolittle, of Doolit,tle &
Hum phries, propIrietors of the Spartan
Inn, Spart.anburg, spen3t yesterday in
Newberry. lie has friends here as
Mr. IL C; Eskridge, of Yoirkville, a
native of North Carolina, has arrived
in the city and accepted a posit,ion with
the Newherry Hard ware company.
Mrs. Robert Leavell, of Newberry,
spent yest,erday ini tile city as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs Monroe Pickens en
route home frb,n a visit to her parents
in GalTney.-Greenville News, 12th.
Mr. L,eumas Bllalock was here yester
day on ils return ICo Goldville from
Washington, where he had such a hard
'"throw down" in his candidacy for the
office of revenue collector. Mr. Blalock
held federal office once bwforv; he was
a raiding deput,y in the upper part of
the State.-Tho State, 13th.
Mr. E. M. Evans, of the South Caro
lina Cotton Oil company, arrived In the
city yesterday and it was not long be
fore somebody had connected him with
the Newberry postomtee matter. lHe
declared that he is a democrat and is
not aft,er the job. lie is a brother of
Mr. HI. H. Evans of t,he dispensary
board.-The Sn ate, 12th.
A f(aging, Rtnaring Floocl.
Washed dlown a telegra ph line whlich
Chas. C. E'llis of Lisbon, I a., had to re
pair. "Standing waist deap in icy
wattr," he writes, "gave me a terrile
cold and cough. [t grew worse (laity.
Finally the best doctors in Oaklanid,
Nob., Sioux City and Omaha saidi I h)ad
Consumption andi could not live. TPhen
I began~ using D)r. King's New Dis
covery and was wholly cured by si
bottles." Poaitively guaron t eed foi
SCoughs,Colds andi all Tihroatt and( Lunj
troubles by all dIrntinits Price 50e.
But we do hi
that all attempts
FACE TO I
. A lir
PR1NCETON'sock Suit $ 0
But It Is Done
The Shoe Hous
proud of it and w
by always showir
We Have a Pi
worn these shoes two ye
at Jarnieson 's" it please:
The Harrisburg Shoe, the ideal miedi
Zeigler Bros. Shoes.
Are the very latest donwn-to-date styles
for women. Every pair must be worthy,
honest shoes or the makers wouldl not al
low them to go on the market. We have
them in button and lace-all styles-at j
$2 co, $2 50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4 00. Our i~
guarantee with every pair.
We are L
We want him to see <
shapes and shades. 1
It will cost you o
find out about the'
the quality, the guai
and the sizes. Dro1
simply say "Rox,"
name in full, giving
Dexter Broom a
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NE'WBERRY.
Bly W. W. Hod ges, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HIEREAS IIATT1IE TOBTAS
made suit to me to grant hor let
toe of administrat,ion of the estate of
and etTeets of Job TobiaA:
Tlhese are therefore to cite andl ad-.
monish all and singIular the kin,d red
andi creditors of the said Job Tfobias,
deceased, that they be and appear
before me, In the Court of Probate,
to be hold at Newhierry Court House', S
C., on the 20th day of Oct. next, after
p ublication thereof, at 11 o'clock In the
forenioon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the saId Administration
should1 not he granted.
GIve.n under my hIand( this the 14th
(lay of October, Anno Domrini 1901.
W W. HODGES,
J. P. N. C.
N or th- C arolin a
Blankets for $2.50 a
pair at Copeland Bros.
r have closin
te the best, I
a Advertise an
the goods anc
to match either
'ACE TELLTALES Al
ell made boy's suit,
5c. $1, and $1 .50.
)y's suit $1.98. Not
e of boys' suits that hav
and durability. They
3' suits, 1 4 to 19. All
3. Casimere and Chev
i. suit for $3.75. To sE
, Kersey suit. Has a 1
$7.50, an all woo! Gas
Suits that simply are
s $1 1, to $18. Regulc
uits that are as good a
3 Pants at 59c. worth $
IS A FEAT TI
e of Newberry h
ill ever maintai
tmoney and an
ig the largest sto
--id In giving our c
I~A~ mark like the
ars and they are good a
3 us. That was a little
JUST A FEW !
For the Little Folks.
Children's shoes, z to 5, 25 to 50 cenits.
The Lilly Bracket "'Hurt. andt Packard'"
und the "'All Arnerica"' Shoes aire all
hoea of st riig worth anid su>eri >r style
:t<1 $.oo. Just like buyig dollars ra>
Boking for th
>ur stock of hats and if
Miistock never so cor
nly one cent to
antee, theO pricea
>1 us1t4h postal,
and aigli your
Gmis and Amniunition.
My storo is well stocke~d wit,h guns,
and I can furnish you wit.h tll mnakes
it the lowest prlces No dIefectivye
runs creep into my stock. TPhey armo
ma.refuilly selected andio are guaIrateedC(.
NIy line of Spor; ing Goods is comp jlete.
Rifles, Air Guns, Leggins,
Hunting Coats, Caps,
Belts, Etc., FAtc.
I do all Kind of Repair Work.
Blicycles and [Bicycle Hundries slways
[m hand. Anid repair work donei on
hort, not.Ico. My prices are rea'on
T. Q Boozer's Old Stand, Main Street.,
Newberry, 8. U.
Prices of TIadies reculy-mad wait
g sales in mid season
gest and most dependabIe
article at a special price we have
I the people have always found
were flat failures.
]OIIT GLOTHLNG AND PRICES.
Good material. Double Breast
>by, Stylish and catchy.
e the happy combination of dainti
run from $2.95,-$3.459,-$395
the latest designs in plaids and i Lkoe
oit. Look like tailor--madle--Just 'i
e it is to buy it.
10, look and is wearable.
simere suit would be a bargain at
impossible to match anywhere for
ir Stylish High Class and well tail- "'^""
s any merchant tailor makes.
7 FIT THE FEET
With Our $10,000 Stock to
as well earned the title and we are
n it by giving the people the Best
)pportunity to satisfy their tastes
ck to select from.
ustomers satisfaction and when we hear a re
following, as we did the other- day, "I have
/'et. They are the 'Lilly Bracket' and I got them
too long for the seller but it pleases the wearer
Shoe for $1.00. ognat$.0. ig Cu
Not a chleap), ii y ilua<e shoe but a goE)I~ X o< l aIv ;icit li ldw k;id
soli<l, well in:ule shole for womgten thiat has ~ wa aF~iI ~a. NvrhIl
Ouar stock of shoes for thol se whoseb5 ulwuil ia ~-I aci n'tlc
so arg 'I (hla ( IEEI '~aa i tu roganhos at. $1.00 Ho $gh.2ut
i~ i *i i . N I E c s o r t h ii i l l if<4 t h . V w) I j l i t h j 4j ae V v im . e e h e at e nFE
Heavy hoes. Jamiesoni's Best. at $1.35.
men 1,ok Ike a ko S ~ho'.
hcannot be suited his is a hopeless case. All
rplete as now.
Head to Foot Clothier.
At Olr NeWFall alllWill to1ck of 1otliig
I8Shoes flats andlFinisliings.
We dlon't tatlk very iucht4 abou(t low prIies, 1)1,~la whe it
comest' to iual it~y weI hiave solueatin g to) say. 1IN ehasbe
HinI ce goin~g into hiusinitess t,o sell ( G lt hg, Sh oes, Ii at s, Ete.,
made up Htic tly fiirst,-cIss, an<l IwhIIie (iwill wear and1( look
st.ylIsIh to th e pefc satis.factio of) th.Le buyer,
WE HAVE NEVER BEEN UNDERSOLD WHEN1
THE QUALITY WAS CONSIDeRED.
The puiic c'an dlependh uponQi us for (Clot hing, Shoes, Uats
andl( Futrn)ishlinfgs that are nlew and. ny1-to..<hite every (lay in
the year in style < iuali ty, price n Pd nePwness.
THE EWART-PIFER CO.,
Under The New~barry HoteL