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eC "Il I \ V one :4 1101S have been
k I. N wa (In0om the .:alen
da%r:;. it, n:r! imnportant mecasure:
have b vn speeial orders for t his
Thoe el ions will come up toiorrow
Th1 juke eeCtotin has been agreed to
f or tomon'.t-r Io)w. The House triLd to hav.
the utters mipuled o la:t week but the
Muit di det to tak a Ire c-j f:':
Frid. to Molrda:: night a4 ha-- Men t
Cus'trm fo' tmany yvairs an. of co:
io ctct ion:- ca" h held et,foret :no0r
roW. 1he :" ait I recoIn vene t
night at it -eock.
Four .f th: 1rn t % ilU:I j
no0 OVpTO' ion. Ih. C. G. i.::. .r
hive no opp _ or . t,. e -. l
in f rv: am t:i i -, J . u:: mlan
min w- toh. :-iro
T >h - n f be boar :m
Tv m P w : awn ftrm
t 3.l.. .oan: of Co
Lw' n.h a.ar of :t:u--mh .
bt . .( tC Itvid tt!
w . :n r k)of Stat cli bra
I 1)d b'yXj-A L tL'r11 gaI- On y 1
. are ould lt e. I n (ir
i i I- nI irtai t abou ) t it Ih e
S1" hm d t ti. be-t plan
to i : t, i- the a-ie t
c ou1. i~ po rig hIl:- any oppni
tivn: io .i-, a ; r .,t e I lid
SL '. fm: it a a vry dc
rviy' ' t a d I Ipc he will
nt ti rml needltpt
r . Lil i h Ut d it e i to
i a n I r - a:d te
e it to the .:a'..tfromnit al
C i;rC J - b' um.ime given t
: .. ; i i : .
both hady~ ar ree
has been suge.t
citizene of that -..
a good p;at bv : -
poCint b'etween Kemp ?';O:'a.
night's. A L a poi ab. a t.al tn
abv Kempson's and abouut a mile be.
low Houknight's at a spot known as the
Alligator Rock an iron span of 2o. feet
couild be built that would span the
stream and be above high water mark.
The approtaches on the Newberry side
would be only abo,ut &0 feet long and on
the S:.iuda tide about ~'J feet. Right of
w a, v.o we have b.een informed, could
be secure.d without cost to the counties.
The dist.ance would not be increased for
but foutr or five families and for them
hardly a mile, for the road after cross
ing the riv.r wo2d ictecrbect tbe Bvuk
night l'er:y road but a ihort distance
from Boukaight'I., and for the great
rnajority the d2itane between New.
berry and Saluda would be flightly les.
sened. So'me ?noney will have to be
spent 60oon On theste t wo ferries if the
present arrang$emtent continues, and it
look int.o the matter and see if 5t would
not, be po.iNte anid wise to abanidon the
two ferries anid iuund a bridge mid way
between that would answer all] purposes
serred by the t wo frries.
Bachmab Chaped Ritd [nion Acdmy Chipe
Revt. P. H. E . D)errick, of S~andy Run,
Preached at Bauchmanj Chapel last Sun
d'ay morning'. He prCIehed a mnost ex
tellenjt Be~rmon lfrm Pskalmle M: We
anerstan.rd that this past*torate, cnia,t.
nzg of )dt,. OJlivet, Bmn Urbapel and
~&ts Philips has extened a call to Re~v.
/4" Derrick to preach the balance of the
syndil year, and that ,t is more
thanlikoly be will accept the call.
TheL7yp ell wrong onu nen sever=al
$olaes in our inst lotter, but se shall
ttt make anyf cOrrecjtions only Io the
paragrpbh iat 1nade us say, "You
mI siknit iourevies to be teachers I
''j .)r i a 1i
and ac h r
haws to n -".r
W e dol." in Ilt 1:1'
of warmy to un;nm
thley wii t t nor& -
what wv may a T
but t.Nat r -
tant I a-1 -. 0
no dosh on anmQ-,ivW.W
n thQM cmwmn A WIL A it Wv -
rvw- r:A - -q .
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It rc zmn- n .e v wh l -. to A t.
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tdI k. rk x .
era! ane!mnd a Kkr to AoNm.
w-- is 1 b !ln nir hM y hao 20n e
C--if.* - r an fam 1
Xoreph Kinardfo n- lokhum
va m:. o 'ih-ay" .l nl .
iace in lt Fork acafi, ny e :;
'. Wet,t fro:: the . onme 1lace to
tre Nt,\herry cotton mC I . ari U sn, i
I. T. Werto, from . t a
into the 1.wh--r va oa:n by : f a
.lohn Singlaey, l eint i::I mv:t tt as 'x .
roul Jkly . treft to b: fat- r- in o
.\Mr. 1t T. Livir:g ton : -u : Li\-irg
--. one beiklfot t he vna U owli ih.cv:
-Onefom hnn--0 f"t:n r's to Ksnew AVUw1.
n, near h3y: T. :. Lv0nertouk: P.o:,
UN--alCv tioni ltlthe hoe w:1 E
. Wert:. 11 . v5 . I :- fri li fro. M t:
Stirl,- ph'o e to .n N . W. e i rcIe
froir Jno. '. -, to N . W eite B i
p!ack.: Retlmanl Klr.ard and siol . Idla
and lonce, from; the v!d home J)i
to the Newhu-rry votton POINl- W A
iAr fro homk PIAC Io ('alvin BA
ker's Mayes lanev in I.in bane nection:
J. I. Kibler, of G;allman :zth>n, into
tho houloo with M r. li iki<a1,d:1.te M.
Boo er from li t e F lriv plact. to his
plae recentlyp purch~asal near tinards
by~ Mr. ofr (.uther (?'hapma from i
liar fac. og' alan yhteecc to Nir.
-eeter. .or.o ~i. hFulher fr.e .\lrv
this owr.?kn -: near .itte Mounitadin:
F.-in F fd'e f romr No. ' ito thae huse
-.:3 b F..cean mer: Liy). Gr-idint.
No-, dear Tan~. J. I Wen', to ahe
oi :-he - one t hat I m ay i
h.ne --:. ha - nr thy trgitory to
behad. )I } --i;.-:r. e a while
LO n - .ali 4. :.t rit t'..y m o
wa. to e out of t.::.di t 'u oe3 oe
It'e a . an'. tha. l tor::a cpaert of
thet ot crop C nyd a'rdIv of.' eto t-r.e
S)it.h pric ofg cor.peail etfe wo' ht-v ta
sad act Wri ae ra0: nrepared to :.ay
sawup more,ats. becut e weio bieve tifn.q
i Li wrlke awavi would be Lr
wrong tdvice buf owte Lat thaito beed
spig ote iejaery iuertw an rp
Netwe der farher t ot.''peak, e arLe
timet ae ar acithey reg gon o
tbe harder.tardtie tiere beno ae
inw e1ii retyIt. BubadtLtcandt.
wuay o aget utk ofr 1u ditaved op.
pureuin n tha rJt Cotonr comerih
jaquare odowit e ofuu econmy .
bae got to don jurse luvey of so mueL~
w>eiety liv: h. eorpeela ifret hae t
if u. Tre u od just tt fn things.h
n, whill wodwe wola k to do.e
and wroud likeoun form ouruchldrnt
waith ot,bera people'soey wehadufa
2tie tae wernink tih nog
,,n hon- r Vk :i is
nd we suppo%V e the yon i k
;e:tr oleauhe t~g i iut,ine with a
se vere cas of i.rip. Cl' are ene
ra!!y prevI. Ilt
We have a tip top sche t each -r in
the peron of .lits ;oa I ) . mink,. and
tha mean a itp top hoo. : C ra
:.e t i.an an I poinary lad in every
ea r N11 ar I.'g are crdied
C V t i. s IC fL: r . t'1mKv l.
rn r.::aryv I. I 1 '.
-( i I Ue A rm strong.
ht -Il.r S edeniaugh. . ice ishop.
NlI.- Jane isooer. J)onn Hui.ler.
oce t'oants. A lv Cot ner.
0 .l Annie Davis. Cipio Dixon,
E-W p frore.
n i ier 'r' mer.
A -- -, ,e dia-w n ile ae . is
-.!o G n ' J Gilreath. Miss
ii-am Ch liarrr. Wiie Herbe, 'iiss
A' anre Hientiz, A S Ionehs.
ir z . Jonc. Nirs H F Jones , R L
\z.: ti ,iDar.o
LF-W -ul,anford. Mrs T C Longshore,
i. Jo-,e A R1Ajos-, NIiss Sil ly
I' -(' sRs. :M ie A n chevia Ruther
1 Ilth Gmit. Sil StlleGens . .11i:ss
(':ea Gpecr. L Smith. NIrs Ani
-m tv. iev A\ Stokes. liss Belle
tokmne . ll,s .attie Shupb.
W- -M'- la'nnah Wallace. Nis Ge org
Jn W iniams. Mrs 1;'mmea White.
li \iob F. Wilson.
Srns calling n for the lieers will
p Lase . .y they were adv'er:iNed.
FlIANI< L Byst-M.
Acting P. S.
Debt of 1898, on December
31, 1900, as Published
January 11, 1901.
Not in Commnercial Blank.$ 3.07~ 013
W. - ayment1121 . \N la,e Mis Gtr,
II\ied on bank note....... 50 L
liaiance due D)ec. 1, lPuO...2,576; 03
Noe in Savinz Btank-...... 2,7s w3
I1y p 1ymeitDe. 21, 1900,
Creted on back of note... 500,0
Tot al.......................... ,379 83
Nole in National Biank........ ,299 60
I I pa vment Dec. 21, 19100,
not credited on back of
O I t I ........................... . 1 , 3 04)
Tota- -n - o - B---- ........... $1.299 60
Total Oebt, of 1898, Doc. 31,
1900..........- .. ................. $8,255 -6
DWi-'n 01.' 1898$.
On Dccemnber 31, 1901, andI published
dJ annary 15, 19)02:
lienewed nioto ini
Savings llanik due
Mareuh (1, 1901..2,379 83
At, S por. cenit inter- 0)6
est .-........ 20
By ntote payablo
Mlar'ch '3, 191)2 $2,580 05
IlLenewe not.e in~
d ne Dec 1, 1900...$2,571 03
At 8 per cent. in
ter'est to D)ec. 21,
At S per cent. In
terest to D)ec. 1;
l1 ...... ......... - a 29
lievetnue stainps... 58
liene wed this note
Bank at S per.
ce'nt. interest to
De.c. 1. 1902........ 24 363
,To'al ............$3,028 91
3iy a note oayable
[he I. 19'.2..-- 3,02. 91
lienewed note in
due A pril 24. 1901 4,299) 60
A i 7 per cent in.
teret-- ---......3(303 51
oa..................S4 00)1 05
By a note 'a.able
A pril 24. 1902 ..-=-- - 4.604 05
Total debt of ]ngS
as pubiiled Jan.
B3y fai.ure of Na
tional Bank to
credit note with
paymwent made on
Dec. 21, 1900........
A nd lrt.vrest to Jan.1O~O
I5, 191)2............7 08
Total debt of 3898
as shown jn ctor
Jan. 17, 1902------ $9,11o 3I8
Tle above itemizeod statement dis
linctly, sbows that the indebtedne,ss of
1598 as rece?ived( from 1the former Ad
noInistrtionY publisbed January 1i,
1901, amounted to $.8,255 46, t.bat the
ioterest on note ia Commercial Bank
to D)ecetuber 21, 1900, amount-Ing to
111.65. also iut,etrest on iaid note to
December J, ]902-*224 86, and the In
trst on note in Savings Bank due
Marchi fi, 1902, as well as ihe int,erest
'an note in Nrational Bank due April 24,
192, has been included In our present
This statement further shows that
the error in our Lirst statement ae to the
labilitifs of the town of Newberry,
S.C,was due to the failure of credit,
ing note in Na3tional Bank with the
.'aymnent of $1.000 made on D)ec.ember
/l. 1900, and int,erest on said payment,
wihich credit should have been made
by t be bank oflicials.
The &tateiment further shows that no
higher ratr. of int'leres't than (G) se ven
per cetnt to National Bank and (8) eigh t
per cent. to ('ommercial Bank and
8avinga Bank was raid Lby thel present,
Amwinistrati a- Respectfully.
0. 1 L?.-"TTN yn M-o..
MENTAL AND MORAL.
theees o-a i evr
nd.. v -1 e ts '3 a 1p ~
I:e - e 1:: e r g f.
I e e
Une Hunt e iene that ye nteract
c co "lo t re , at $1 I et
\--Ue an' 'ae .es
Hn, on a chag of n stain ate0
apparelfrom alady i Columbia
iscetainl on te Mri herac,' s e -
n-Vkr fA..c'! to gove
t g v eolnal who ever
THE GR4601ULD RIGILUAOR CO., ATUATA,
St)l F% Tmt o iUntidrd laoir iaitond.
cif ? untc asrores tcd yesterday
1ottie 3aekson. colore , who lives at
Helena, o a charge of stealing a r200
diieohd ring and g worth of Wearing
apparel from a litdy In Colutubia
about the la t of Deceer. The chief
is certainly on the right track, as Bet
tie hcs told enoug to prove that she
knows something of the stolen prop
ery. She will likely be carried to
Colmnbia today. he Newberry po
lice san be ectnted on to fret out rob
brie wihen the guilty patties lowe
A RARE CHANCEA
Everything in the Millinery line i
being closed out ant the
at sacrifice prices to make room for
the Spring Goods. It is a rare
chance for bargains in head wear
and trimmings. Here also is to be
found some new silks for Spring
Shirt waists-pretty patterns at low
priceE. Call and get the benefit. of
Exam~inationl for Teachers' Cerilicates
T IF"F' A M INAI0N\ FO It T EAC I
e' Certificaes will e held in
Newberryon Friday, February 21st.
The examination wifl begin romptly
at nine (clock a. in., and close at five
p). I. No teacher is entitled to receive
any of the pblic funds who does not
hold a certificate.
EUG. S. WERTS,
Co. Supit Education.
New bfom b an .0, 1912
Of the Conition of the avigs BaK or
Newerry, s. cu. at the close of Bsi
curad ---I-1 1 1. 4,04 62
Cahsh roneiable................72,525 22
P)c ro besaxnks...a.....1,94 97
Doleiden aunt.., ..83 .(000
Cndividn had.osit.14,887-5773 08
P)viesn)al ppere b1for 0 e0 JE
Norwood', chease 2of th5boenae
Bank.who.be.ng1duly swr,3a9 h
above statement is correct to the best
of his knowledge and belief.
J. E. NOR WOOD, Cashier.
Sworn to before me this 13th day of
W. C. TYREE, [L s.)
Attest: N. P. for N. C.
Jas. K. GILDEn.
(O. McR HOLMES.
B. C. MATTHEws.
A RECORD BRE
Good, New, C
Down to the I
Sales may come and sales mi
sale. Here are your favorite g<
need for. Clothing, Hats and
Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemecr
all going at a mere shlade of th<
great that nowhere can~ you get
at bottomn prices. Nothing sh<
date, no odde and no ends,
Meet Any an<
And our prices for this Grand 2
at zero figures, and they reach
buying from Our Stoc*k you get
ng out of style, and nothiung lefi
Come to this Gran
a.nd behold with your own eyes
Yours for Facts.
T HE EWAR T-P
Big Cash Solo coniqUes.
For 10 days more the big stock must be turned into Cash, let it bring
what it may, as we need room for spring goods. No profit no gain
to us. Simply the stock too large. I am not to be undersold by any
house in Newberry. I will simply beat any price quoted. Here they
go, match them if you can.
100 pieces Shirting Prints, the e kind Mimnaugh's price 3 c
100 " Sea Island worth 6.1c " " 4 c
100 " Androscoggan Black cloth the price is only 7c
100 " Apron Ginghams, regular 6.c quahlity, the price 4 c I
400 spools Clarks Spool Cotton, regular price 5c, 2 spools for 5c
5000 yds 30 inch Percales as long as they last - 5c. yard i
50 doz Men's half hose, all colors, the price is - c pair
50 doz. Ladie's hose, the regular 15c kind, for this sale Sc pair
100 White Bed Spreads, the 85c kind, now only - 0C each
100 pieces Kid Cambric, regulr.r price 5e., now only 4e yard
100 pieces Calicoes, Black, White Grey and indago blue 41c yard
10 pieces Amoskeag A. 0. A. Ticking, the price is only 11I 'c yard
1UI i 5 pieces 9 4 Bleached Sheeting Pepperell, 25c quality only 191c 0t
5 " 10-4 "9 " " 30c " " 22c
50 " fine table Damask to be closed out at half price.
Ask to see the short lengths in table linens, 2 to 31 yard pieces.
Now is your chance to pick them up for almost a song
Another Chance at Enibroideries.
Just received an Invoice for one thousand pieces. These goods are
worth in any retail store 10, 15, 20 and 25 cents but I am going to
give yo your choice for only 5c, 7 1-2c, 1Oc and 15c. Step quick if
you want the best selections.
A Big Block Goods end ilk Sole.
ICarry the largest stock of Black goods in Newberru, Every piece
of Black and Colored dress goods, every piece of Si in the house
at Actual first cost. Now is your opportunity to buy a fine dress
for a little money. A word to the wise is sufficient. Look before
AT COST. * * AT COST.
EVR Y~ P~AI R of Shoes and Slippers in the
Sacrifice. Any reasonable offer on any pair of shoes in the housewl
be accepted. We need room for another big shipmet now wilth
road. Don' miss this opportur'1y, but come at oncemen make outh
Selections. Comforts, Blankets, Men's Women's and Childy rens
Underwear at 75 cents on the dollar. Not a few odds ad rens,u
the biggest stock of Merchandise in Newberry to select aon m d b
COME TO THE BIG CASH SALE.
SMIMN AUI I HS,
The Leading Store of Newberry, S. .
Knights of Pythias, IUC NT D W H TB F
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
s t Tusd" an' "'' n b o r ly nig t fe c meul tri e to di etif enuswoneed t chave alead bou ght fne Panos by tell
welcomed. THOS. E. EPTING, get out to work, put in the time they waste in such work as this nhunt!n new t
Crowel HteKB. iof .R. and 8. customers, and perhaps tey could sel Pi ano once n a whilgene
___________________ earth, andFhei minds are not to be changed by every little wind that blows.
.A(RWietdy andlet!Fct'y prices on the STIEFF PIANO and save the
lean Goods to be sold Chas. M. Stieff,
.oes Noth,bythPwano Mauacurer, alioe nd., North and South CarolinaL Branch
,WA RT-PIFER 00!
y ,but they'r'e not like this J TF[_'~ffC
I?urmishings in great varietyIntrgOlFoenadAm.
u. n the best makes and styles, cn Ctopnil eigsndAm.i
uir value, and at Bargrins so can companies.
such Ne w and Clean Goods JtFfbl Cash Assets. Aggregate $34,643,29.
ddy, nothing old and out of Lf nuac
Scaled Down to In large varieties from Ini Pific Mutual, the most eec
SAIPrcsachaStcPitoanomical and liberal Company in the
ale have been placed down
the cold hard fact that in FINE GOL.D WATCH, Accident
only New Goods and noth- IlIvn'
Sover from seao eto season. Call and examine my1 *EEGUUE0U
FACTS which are FACTS, stock before buying. 'In Travelers and Maryland
Casulty. Mishaps are frequent.
ote Blok Jeweler and Optician. Over Post Office.