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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S'A TED CONVENT)IN OF
this Ltdre will ho hold the 2nd
4 tald 4th ''ueaday ntights of each mtonth
at 8.00. Visititug Knights cordially
Welcomed. THIOS. 10. EI:1IN(,
K. of It. and S.
Crotwell Hotol BuildinK,.
Tli1E NEWUEIcIUY CO[TON MAIKET.
Corre cted semi-weekly by U. .'Purull
& Co. November 8, 1901.
Good M iddling...........................7 1-8
Middling ..........................6J 7-8
EMPLOVED NKCVEiEt L'OUNSEL..
Mr. U. W. 8ollot Hint Not. Sklppedl hut Hatd
Como to Nawborry to Eotploy Connsel.
One day last weok MAr. C. W Soilee
shot atl dangerously woundtel t Alr.
Aetlill, neatr Bate sburg. Ml r. Sol ice
Went twforo Mlagistrnte WVis,, t'f Saluda
p t)1t. , and was grt nl -J h:, . :1 in l,
Su't*iof *500. Solicitor ''hurmtond has
purts it the case 10 tho, G.Vernor and
mnrids the remuva of the Magis
iwlo grantted the bail, and in-.
s that Mr. Sollee had left the
b ,rno: d for parts unknown,
Itn,w comt:!a to llt that Mr. Sol
' had c.une to Newburry to employ
s nel anl returned to his homle. As
matter of fact, Mlr Sollt;:. was in% New
erry and has em ployed MJ ssrs. Jo h n
6tone & Welc't to defend hin.
If you are looking for
"good shoes"--at low
prices, go to Copeland
Bros. They sell only
he best and guaran
e every pair. It
lacksmith Shop and eight rooms for
nt. MAs I. L. 1'AYSINGl:ct tf
$" All wool Suits for
-men for $5, $6.50,
$7.50, $10and $12, at
Copeland Bros. i t
Lsdies to do writing at home at $20
-per month. Enclose atamped addressed
envelope for particulars.
tf Fort Lawn, 8. C.
Buy your Dress
oods and Trimmings
Copeland Bros., and
u will be pleased. I t
Fresh Saratoga Chi OH at Jones'. 3t tff
House and lot. Auply5 to
t&f tf. TiOs. F. HAILtMON.
A big line Boys Knee
Pants Suits at$l, 1.25,
$1.50, $2, $2.50, $3
nd $4 at Copeland's.
E C. Jones will he at Little Mioun
8. 0., on the thir id \l onday of cacth
hi, commencing Monday. Septem
6:hI. He wvill b. pleased to offer
s professional services to alt who
ped it. t 2m.
Extracts and SpYc.s at Jones'. 3t t fa'
aratoga chips, plum
d<ding and marashi
o cherries at Palmetto
soysters alt the time, at RL. J.
O to Jones' r'mcIeturat for a goodi
Ion short notice. 3r, t ff
'od, postum, grape
~' uts and four kinds of
Iled oats at Palmetto
a good, square meal, go to Bib
15e'restauraent, near' the post
- t&f tf.
ru* it Cakes at Jlones'. St. t if
he people are learn
g every day that the
Palmetto Grocery is
the place to get sugar
Meals served in g aod style, the very
best the market alfor'dsat It. J1. Mvil
ler's restaurant., nears IJostol1le t, &f LIf.
Flour is up, but the
Palmetto Grocery still
sells the very best at
$4.40 and the second
grade at $3.90. They
bought large lots be
fore the rise.
Fried, Stewed, Ur'oiled, Raw, or in
any style, served on short, notice at
Jones' restaurant,. 3t t. I f
No matter w ha t
prices are quoted you,
Copeland Bros., will
undersell. I t
Money to Lonns.
Five years time at 7 tier cent. Intecrest,
sceure'dhy first mortgage on improved
Hunt, Hlunt & Hlun4ter, Atto'neys,
Try Jones' Wheat Nugget, Brnaiktfast
-Food and New Graham Plour. 3t t ft
Buck wheat and the
highest grade of maple
syrup at Palmetto Gro
VAIUIOUS AND ALL A1O! T.
Eggs are scarce.
Sec Sheriff's sale.
F'riday will be Circus day again.
iRead S. 13. Jones' thanksgiving
The National Union will meet to.
Mr. IP. J. Voss spent Sunday in the
city with his family.
It is getting timo to bring in the
Miss Annie May Crump left yester
day to visit, in Columbia.
Dr. EC. C. Joney is nomi1inaited as a
candidate for Alderman from Ward 2.
Several sportsmen went out yester
day on a big bird hunt. W look for
Mir. Luther Dominick of Columbia
was on a visit to relatives the first of
We hear that thore iy a full erop of
birds this season,but many are too small
to kill yet.
Claude Williams, of the railroad
shops, Columbia, spent Sunday at
)r. W. R Pelham accompanied Rev.
J L. Williamson to Charleston Friday
to attend Synod.
We publish on the outside of this pa
per a list and the prices of the text
toooks to be used in the public sohools.
The Cotton mill will elose down Fri
day in order to give the employees an
opportunity to eaijoy a day at the Cir
Mrs .Jones and daughter, of Ridge
Spring, who have been visiting Mrs.
W. II. Wallace, left yesterday for their
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. J. Cald well, who
have been spending several (lays in the
city, left yesterday for their home in
Mr. Frank R. Hunter, of Prosperity,
has arrived in the city, and will be
pleased to serve his friends at Gilder &
Weeks drug store.
Mr. John C. Craps, who recently re
turned to Newberry, is clerking at
Mimnaugh's big dry goods emporium,
and will be delighted to see his friends.
Mr. J. S. McMath, who has been
here for some time with Gilder &
Weeks, left yesterday for Beaumont,
Texas, to engago in the drug business.
Capt. J W Gtry, who has been quite
saek at Gary's for the past several
weeks, was able to return home Friday.
He is improving slowly and we hope
will be able to be out in a few days.
Evangelist Yarborough, who hiis
been conducting a revival meeting In
the O'Neall Street Methodist Church,
has closed his meeting and left S-ttur
day for Saluda. It, is his intention to
return to this city in a short while and
cnduct another meeting.
Congressman A. F. Lever, of the
seventh district, was in the city last
week receiving the congratulations of
his many friends here. He visited
Newberry College, his Alma Mater,
and gave the boys an interesting talk on
"Hlow to Succeed." The Ilerald and
News oflice also enjoyedl one of his
pleasant visits. He will aulways b.e a
welcomued visitor to Newherry.
Broke lite A run.
Mr. Levi Jones broke one of the small
bones in his left arm late Saturday
aft,ernoon. He was coming across the
public square when a buggy struck him
and knocked him down. In the fall his
arm was b'oken. It was all purely an
accident and unavoidable.
Anl ICxtraordinaery JCn,gn,g.nunt.
T1he original male quaartett,e will ap
poaar at the opera house Thurisday
ight undcer the auIspices oif the No. -
berry Layceum Course. The entertsin
mont will consist. of vocal and instru
mental music and reading and recitai
Lions of a high order. Don't fall to at
Htrik,en a ihol Find.
"I was troubled for several years with
chu ronic indigestion and nervous debili
ty," writes Ir. J. Green, of Lancaster,
N. H., "No remedy helped me until I
began using IElectric Bitters, which
did me more good than all t.he medi
cines I ever used. They have also kept
my wife in excellent health for years.
She says Electric Bitters are just
spulendlid for female troubles; that they
are a grand tonic and ir.vigorator for
weak, run down women. No other med
icine can take its place in our family."
Trry them. Only 50c. Satisfaction guar
anteed by all druggists.
The very best New
Orleans molasses for
55c and a very good
grade for 45c at Pal
metto Grocery Store.
D)esah of ' Ant Kittle" D)eWalt.
MIss Katherine De Walt, died at hnr
home at the resIdence of Dr. 0. BI.
Mayer, in this city Friday afternoon.
She was known by all who knew her as
"Aunt Klt.tle." She was a sister of
Maj G. G DeWalt, and a sister of Dr-.
0. 13. Mayer's mother. Her remains
were buried Sunday at the family bury
ing ground in the Halfacre neighbor
hood, about six miles from Newberry.
iloawn to Atom.
The old idea that t,he body sometimes
needs a powerful, drast,ic, purgative
pill has been exploded; for Dr. King's
New Life Pills, which are perfectly
harmless, gently stimulate lier and
bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system and absolutely cure
Constipation and Sick Headache. Only
22c. at all druggists.
Finest m ac kerel
s moked h er rin g,
Hume's salmon and
French sardines at Pal~
metto Grocery Store.
REV- W. L. MEAICAHOOK AUCVPTS
The I'opultr Pastor of GrAce 1,uthora,t
Church, Winhteost.er, Vi , tins ltollgued
ills 'artorate to Acce-pt tho C&11 to
iihe Uhurch of the iteceotner of
As will !ve seen from the following,
taken frnom the Winchester, Va., Evenu
Itig Star, of the 80,h instant, Rev. W.
L Seabrook has resigned as pastor of
Graceo Lutheran Church, of that city,
to accept the call as pastor of the
Church of the .teduumer of this city.
Hits resignation will take effect Decen
ber 31st and his dutites will begin imh
mediately aiftirwards in Newberry.
The Luthoran e mgregation of this city
has been fortunate in securing the ser
vices of such an able man iats pastor,
and a bright future is abi ad of the eon
WiA' 'I'llI 1VENINci STAR SAvS
Profound surprise wits occasioned
here today by the annoneement that
R-iv. W. L. S :a'brook, pastor of G race
Lutheran Church, h.ts tendered his rus
ignlation as pastor and has accelpted a
call to t1i Cirbe of t,he Iedemeir at
Newb.rry1, S. C. No previous int im
tion haid been made of Mr. Seabrook't
intention at; although the Newberry
Chureb had formally elected him ias
their pastor at a congregational meet
ing held on last Sunday morning, no
word of their action had reached hero I
until last night when newspapers stat
ing that Mr. Seabrook had been sonot
ed were received by the Star.
Mr. Seabrook's resignation was ten
dered to the Church Council at a spec
tal meeting called by him as its execu
tive head last night for the purpose,
and when he formally read thn docu
ment severing him from his relations
with Grace Church, the Council were
taken completely by surprise. M r.
Seabrook placed the resignation in
their hands and Immediately retired
from the meeting. This afternoon the
Council sent to himt a formal accept
ance of his resignation which will take
effect on December 31, at which time I
he will enter upon his duties as pastor
of his new charge.
A MAGNETIC P,IISONALL'IY.
Regret at his determination t., sever
his connection with Grace Litheran
Church and to leave Winchester, has
been heard on all sides tiday and many
ministers and members of his own and
of other denominations have called at
the parsonage to express their regret.
Mr. Seabrook was very popular with
the members of hisown and of other
churches. A forceful and scholarly
speaker, possessing it strong, bright
mind, Mr. Seabrook has a distinctive
and distinguishing personality, which
made him eminently itted for the duties
he was called upon to perform. He is
intensely practical and the training of
a journalist and lawyer he received
prior to his entrance into the ministry,
have lent an experience to his other
attainments, which have made him a
believer in and a sympathiser with hu
manity, its frailties and foibles-char
acteristics which do not always distin
guish the cloth by any means. Mr.
Seabrook has always been extremely
courteous to the newsVpaperii fraternity
and himtiii~' a pract,ical newspaper inan,
he has al ways gladl i responded to calls
made upon him by the profession.
PltOM[NIENT IN TIIIE CiIIIlCH.
Under his paistor'ate Grace Church
has p)rospered gr-eatly and now has
one of the largest and most inihtential
memberships in towvn. Tho church
building was recently remodeled at a
cost of $8,000 and Winchester Lut her
ans now worship) in one of the hand
somest houses of worship in the Valley.
New berry, the scene of Ml r Seabrook'sa
future lab'rs, is a to wn of about, 7,000
inhabit,ants anid Is t,he seat, of the large
Lu!hu-an Co'lege tt contains two
1Cow P'inson's Lecture,
TPhe fun-loving public of our cIty en
joyed quIte a ti-eat at t he opera house
last, FrIday night, ast was shown by peal
afteir peal of laughter that went up)
from the audience while llev. WV. M.
Plnson was delivering hIs humorous,
mIrt,h-provoking and instructive lec
ture on "Cause and Etfect, or The Liar
All who heard him expressed them
8elves as being delighted, and the gen
eral verdict wias that Mr. Pinson is one
of the best lecturers that has appear'ed
in the opera house here in quite a long
tIme. He Is a citizen of our own city
and we p)redicet for him quite a measure
of success where ever he goes.
It GIirnui In the Olobe
TUhe fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
as tbc best in the wvorld, exiends round
the earth. It's the one p)erfcct healer
of Cuts, Corns, Burns, iB uts's, Sores,
S -aIds, Boils, Ulcers. Felons, Aches,
P ains and .all Skin FMrupttons. Only
infallible Pile eur'e. 25c. ~a box at, all
liitter Tha,n thei i%eatp.
Culhane, Chace & Weston's minstrels
is better than the best. Trhe best sIng
era, the best d ncors, the hest come
dians, the best acr-obats, the hest or
chestra -in fact, the hest of everything
--make It the best, minstrels traveling.
At the opera house one night, only,
Wed nesday, November 18th Seats on
sale at,Scholt,z's jewelry store
Dlng the Itighit Thing.
The trouble begIns with a tickling in
the throat and a nargginu little cough.
Soreness In the chest f.dllows and the
patient wonders If lie is going to have
an all winter cold. Probably, If he
does the wrong thing or nithing (Cer
tainly not. if he us Pi'rry D)qrl' Pas
killer, the staunch old remedy t,tiat,
cures a 001ld In ttwenty four hours.
There is but one Pain-killer, Perry
Never to make Statemei
"Facts" are not Facts when
We increase our trade by hon
from commercial mountebanks by
goods at honest prices. Our stoc
of wearable, lookable Clothing an
The Interests of the People
tain their confidence-The Cornei
Not But a Pocket 13
Not a Long Story, ab
We got a case of Boys' Suits thi
facture. They are Double-Breast
Cost $2.50 to make--Sell at $2.(
.n's Suits Full honest $10
$7.50 S UIPlaids andS
A Price heretofore unheard of
THE SHOE HOUSI
Now as ever on top in FOOTWEA
A FEW EXTRAORDIN
$2.00 Shoe-Full Shape, Extens
25 and 50 Cents--Good Children'!
AMwf$ 1.00 Higyh CutBrogans_ $1.3
B ro gans! '- ""aoa *
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.OC
MILL PRICES for Domestic Shee
THE FROSTS suggest Underweal
WOOLEN UNDERWEAR 75 cent:
DRESS SHIRTS 29 cents-separa
AT $1.00 AND $1.25 Shirts that rival t
HATS! HATS!! Our sales clearly shov
At Oilr NewFall alldinlter Stock ofClotllillg,
cm s o o R~F ilsll(lal ity we have someltin g to say. It ha been
si nc going inlto) business to sell ( loth ing, Shoes, I bu s, Hle.
made lip strictly first-class, and1 whlich~ will wear andr lootk
styl ishi to the perfect satis.faiction of t.lh buyer.
WE HAVE NEVER BEEN UNDERSOLD WHEk
THE QUALITY WAS CONSIDsRED.
T1he public can dlepend upOn us for' Cloth ing, Shoes, Ht
and IF'urnishiings that are nlew and up-to-dante every dlay in
the yearl inl style, qluality, price nd~ newnessC5.
IH E EWAR T-PIF ER CO.,
Under The Newberry Hotel.
its not Backed by Facts!
they are Misrepresentations!
Bst merit. We protect the people
supplyingtheir wants with honest
k in trade is our unrivalled stock
d Shoes at reachable prices.
are our interests. We work for
them that we may continue to re
Stone of our Business.
ook Appealing oneBl
:)u Boys' Clothing,
s week at less than cost of manu.
ed Plaids. Sizes up to 14 years.
Iripes Black Clay Suits $7.50
For these high class Worsteds.
AR. Stock reduced by deserving
ARY SHOE VALUES!
ion Sole, Waterproof, no rough
3 or Lace--Worth $2.75.
)ne Dollar Stylish Ladies' Shoe.
5 Jamnieson's Brogans-you know them.
y Lilly Bracket, "Burt and Packard," "All
America." The leading creations in dressy
ting--4-4 Sheeting 5 cents.
---cotton Shirts at 25 to 50 cents.
3 to $2.00 per garment.
he rainbow in beauty of colors.
that we are hatters to the people.
lIE S ON,
Head to Foot Clothier.
WE [IT TUE IiA12D-To-T.T
NEW STOKOFPICK WIKS
S. . WOTE.
fit, y..-uttr w hon o k s a aT e ry s! ricy s stofc