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Joint counen Meeting.
A joint couucil meeting of the New
barry pastorae will be held at the
Mayer Memorial church on Satu'day
eixt, April 12, at 3 30 o'clock.
An approaching Mar- lae.
In the Associato Reformed Church
on the morning of April the 19th, at 9
O'clock, Miss Rachel Buchanan McMas
er will *o mnr,ied to Mr. James Law
Kinnerly, of Newberry. No cards will
be issued in Winnsuoro or Newterry,
but the presence of all relatives and
friends is desired.-Winnshoro News
Died in Columbia
Mr. F. J. Russell received a telegram
yesterday morning from his brother-in
law, Mr. R. L. Murrell, of Columbia,
announcing the death of his seven-year
ok son, Ray. The rem-sins of the lit
tle fellow will ba bu'ied today in Sum
ter. The many friends of the family
here deeply sympathize with them in
"Clifton" Flour Cistomers
The customers we want are those
who require the highest possible qual
Ity. Some of our best customers are of
this class. They have come to stay.
There is not much satisfaction in gain.
ing as a customer a man for whom any
thing is good enough. We like the
critical kind.- They appreciate "Clif
ton" four. We invite the most care
fal invetigation. We want you to
-compare "Clifton" four with the best
of other brands. People who do this
choose "Clifton" and stick to it. "Clif
ton" four customers are satisfied cus
Mr. J. Ben Counts, of the Pomaria
section, died about 11:30 Wednesday
night. He retired seemingly in his
usual health, and shortly afterwards
died., On the 2nd instant he celebrated
his 84th birthday. His remains were
burid Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock
at Bethlehem, the services being con
duesed by his pastor, Rev. J. J. Long.
He was the father of fve children, two
eons and thee daughters: Henry F.,
Vam Haskell, Mrs. J. B. Lving
aon, Laura an'd Mamle.
Little Sarah, two-ansd-a-half year old
daughterof Mr. and Mrs.-J. T. Dennis,
died at their residence on Cornelia
street, this city, Wednesday evening
at 8. o'clock, after an Illness of two
weeks with whooping cough aelI pneu
mounia.4Sarah was a bright cld and
* was the pet of the household. Her re
-mains were buried yesterday afternoon
at 6 o'clock at Rosemont cemetery.
Mr. 3nnis ant. family have the svm
pathytof their many friends.
Mr. Sunon P. Bickley died at his
bte in this county Monday night, 7th.
He 'leaves a widow with four children
to mourn his death. His remains were
buried Wednesday morning at New
Chapel Church, Rev. D P. Boyd con
duoting the funeral.
Mr. Thomas L. Harmon died at' his
home near Jalapa on Tuesday.
TUE CLUB MEETING
A (all to meet and E.orauise-when ad
.waere They Meet.
-Jalapa Conservative Democratic
Club\wlll meet on the 26th for the pu. -
pose of reorganizing and electing an ex
ecutive committeeman and delegates
to the convention.
J. B. Reagin, Pres.
W. E. Merchant, Secy.
iiid Mes's Demnocrette olub No. 6 Township.
The Old Men's Democratic Club of
No.86 Township will meet at Longshore,
S. C., April 28th, at 3 o'clock, p. m , to
reorganize, elect delegates to the
county convention, and appoint an ex
ecutive comiteeman. We would
like to have a full meeting.
11. D. Bonzer, Pres.
W. G. Peterson, 8ecy.
L.ongshore, S. C., April 8, 1902.
The Trinity Demoeratte Club
Of N.86 Township will meet at Hen
drix's Shop, April 26th inst., at 3 o'clock
p. in., to reorganize, elect delegates to
the county convention and appoint an
3. H. Hendrix, Pres.
J. Y Floyd, Secy.
A potor's Bad Plight.
"Two years ago, as a result of a se
vere cold, I lost my voice," writes Dr.
M. L. Scarbrough, of Hebron, Ohio,
"then began an onstinate cough.
Every remedy known to ma as a prac
ticing physician for 35 years, failed.
and I daily grew worse Being urged
to try Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, I
found quick relief, and for last ten
-days have felt better than for two
-yearS " Positively guaranteed for
Throat and Lung troubles by all drug
glsts. S0c. and $1 00 bottle. Trial free.
Stew Bleeptag car Line to Ubarlestorp.
Southern Railway announces etab
lishment of additional sleeping car line
to Charleston, S. C., from Cincinnati,
* Chattanooga and Atlanta via Augusta.
southbound leaving Cincinnati at 8:05
p. m , Chattanooga at 6:45 a. m , Atlan
ta 3:10 p. in., Augusta 11:90 p. mn., sr
riving In Charlestor at 7 a. i Re
turning, leave Charleston at 11 p. m ,
arrive at Augusta at 7:15 a. in, Atlanta
12:45 p in. Chattanooga 9:50 p. m ,
Cincinnati 8:10 a mn.
On this sleepiag car line will be han
copested la esclenge ce afforded
compthe Sother exceleny and ice afon-e
byction ohrlto ond acot o
nections to Charleston on account of
VARIOU AND ALL ABOUT.
Those who are in position to know
say that the fruit is not hurt to any
Ward's Ministrels gave a fair show
to a small audience Monday night at
the opera house. But it rained.
There was a considerable sprinkle of I
snow here on r'uesday - a record a
breaker, snow on the 8th of April.
An extra communication of Amity s
Lodge, A F. M., will be held Monday
night for the purpose of conferring the
Felloweraft degree. d
A deputy. sheriff from Columbia came .
up Wednesday for a uegro woman who
is a witiess iu the Christie diamond
case, of that city. b
Dr. S. T. HallMdn will conduct the
morning services and preach the ser
mon at the Church of the Redeemer
on Sunday morning. n
Three freight cars jumped the switch
track at the C., N. & L. depot Wednes- i
day. The only damage was the delay
of the freight about two hours. F
The Southern Authorities will have
an extra coach left at Newberry next
Tuesday for the purpose of accommo- F
dating the visitors to the exposition.
The B .11 Telephone Company has N
three car loads of telephone poles at
the C., N. & L. depot that range in C
length from 30 to 50 feet long. They
are certainly beauties. b
There is some talk of local talent a
putting on an entertainment for the
benefit of the Excelsior Fire Company.
The play being talked of is the funny
comedy, "Are You a Mason."
Mr. John M. Taylor, who is taking
in the Charleston Exposition, had the T
misfortune to have his pouket picked
Tuesday night. The thief got $15 and T
jumped from the moving street car and
made his escape.
At the meeting of the Great Council
of the Improved Order of Red Men,
held in Charlestion this week, two 0
Newberrians were honored, Mr. J. H.
Hair was elected Great Sachem, of the r
State, and Mr. S. G. Carter, was elected
Great Gaard of Wigwam.
Persoun.. , P
Miss M. E. Copeland is visiting rela- y
tives in Clinton. d
Mr. L. W. Floyd spent a few days in s
Union the first of the week.
Capt. W. T. Jackson came in from
Mrs. Fannie Meredith, of Columbia, E
is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. M. Cook. ,j
sMr. Hoover, a prominet traveling
man, of Concord, N. C., was in the city d
Editor W. H. Wallace visited his a
son, Dr. D. D. Wallace, in Spartan
burg on Tuesday.
Dr. D. L. Boozer, Sr , who has been n
confined to his bed for about four weeks F
is again able to be out. a
Mrs. W. H. Workman, of Silver E
Street, is spending a few days with the ft
family of Dr Van Smith d
Rev. W. A. Lutz, Mrs. Lutz and Mrs.
Dinglehoif, of Prosperity, paid a visit
to Mr 3. A Blackwelder yesterday. ,
Mr. F. K. Hunter and wife, of Ne w
berry, spent Sunday with Dr. G. Y.
Hunter's family.-Prosperity Eagle
Messrs. S. G. Carter, Neill Campbelld
and J. M. Guinn returned from Char-d
leston yesterday singing the praise of
the great exposition, a
Mr. D. H Taylor, student at New- s
berry College, was called home yester- l
day on account of the death of his
fater at Cameron.
Rev. J. L. Williamsou and Mr. W. F. g
Ewart will leave today for Abbeville u
to represent Avehigh Church, of this n
city, at Presbytery. o
Mrs. Dr. Johnstone and little daugh
ter and Miss Vera Houseal, of New- b
berry, S. C., are visiting Mrs. W. H. 1~
Anderson on Rutledge avenue.-News t4
and Courier, 9th.
Mrs. Emma Lake left yesterday
morning for Montgomery, Ala., to a
visit her son Marvin, who is in a hos- a
pital in that city, having had an opera. C
tion performed for appendicitis. A g
letter brings the information that Mr. ti
Lake is doing nicely since the opera- 1I
tion has been performed.s
A Nearly Fatal Runaway 11
Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill., which
defied doctors and all remedies for four
years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured him. Just as good for Boils, A
urns. Bruises, Cuts. Corns. Scalds,
Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c. at all
H AMPTON CREtI1ALLY ILL.
The Old Hero Reporter to be Falitg Fastg
-The State Mourn.
[Special to Greenville News.] e
Columbia, S C., April 9.-General
Wade Hampton's condition is quite se
rious and the gravest fears are enter
taned. At best the expectation is that2
his life can be prolonged only a shorte
while. He has been gradually failing
'for the past few weeks until now he is
extremely low and has been so for two
days. D.Taylor, his physician, re
Iports tonight that he is no better and
holds out no hopes. A. K.
Seabord Air Line Mileage Books Save Yon
Money tn Travelling.
Seaboard Air Line Railway Mileage ~
Books are a great save in money, and a S
special convenience in travelling. One (
thousand mile bcoks are sold at rate of i
25 00 and are good over the entire sys- ~
Co,icuigFlria lot ah
intDm,udnd tloia Balsoioe Wash
BrnswiD.c, Gand oe B Blimr .,
C, NrfoLk adlBay Thee bteames tore
goodnforon Ga ear o dat of prhas,
ansbtpn wofanypumins litfve
C., N. & L. Railway. These books are
good for one .v ear from date of purchase,
and afford passengers the privilege of
anin, an at ane nointa. tf.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
[eeting of Great Council of South Caro
lna-J.'H. Hair, of Newberry, Elected
[News and Courier. 9th.j
The Great Council of South Carolina
mproved Order of Red Men held their
nnual session at Irish Volunteers Ball,
anderbost street, three hundred and
xty delegates being in atteudance.
Great Incohnee Edwin D Miley, of
es Moines, was ably represented by
ie Hon. Charles C. Conley, of PbIla
elphia. past great chief of records.
'he following officets were elected:
Great prophet, J F. Pate, of Sumter.
Great sachem, J. H. Hair, of New
Senior sagamore, Wm. McGowan,
Great junior sagamore, E C. SLein
Creat chief of records, R. A. Wil
Great keeper of wampum, W. M.
Great sannap, B. C. Wallace, Sumter.
Great mishenewa, J. W. Sammons,
Great guard of wigwam, S G. Carter,
Great guard of forest. F. C. Garner,
The Great Council will today cele
rate Red Men's Day at the Exposition
2d the braves will have a good op
Drtunity to view the beauties of the
The next Council will meet in Co
Lmbia on the second Tuesday of Plant
[oon, G. S. D., 412.
BE FARMERS M. F. P. ASSOCIATION.
e Meeting Held on Tuesday-Officers for
the Ensuing Year-Other Business.
The annual meeting of the Farmers
[utual Fire Protection Association
as held in the court house of this city
The meeting was well attended by
presetative farmers from different
,ctions of the county.
The meeting was called for the pur
3se ef electing officers for the ensuing
ear, and the following were elected
trectors from their respective town
ips: No. 1-H. H. Folk; No. 2-B. F.
annon; No. 3-Ellison Keit,; No. 4
C. Abrams; No. 5 -D. W. Barre;
o. 6-T. P. Pit ts; No 7-E. L Leavell;
o. 8 -W. E. Lake; No. 9-R. T. C.
[unter; No. 10-L. I. Fellers; No. 11
1s. L Keitt.
Mr. Jos. L. Keitt was elected Presi
nt; R. T. C. Hunter, Vice-President;
ad L. I. Epting, Secretary, Treasurer
Wields a Sharp Ax.
Millions marvel at the multitude of
aladies cut off by Dr. King's New Life
ills-the most distressing too. Stom
3b, Liver and Bowel troubles-Dys
psia, Loss of Appetite, Jaundies,'
iliousness, Fever, Malaria, all fall be
re these wonder workers. 25c. at all
VISITING THE SCHOOLS.
perintendent Mclmhan is In Newbry
Wilt Attend the Teachers' Meeting
State Superintendent of Education
[c~Mahan arrived in Newberry yester
It is his purpose to visit several of
ie schools of the county on this visit,
ad with that in view he with County
uperintedent Eugene S. Werts, will
ave today to visit the Prosp)erity,
xcelsior and Little Mountain schools.
Yesterday they visited the city
raded school and Mr. McMahan
lll attend the County teachers'
eeting and make an address on .that
Every teacher of the county should
e at this meeting, for the State Super
itendent will have something of in
~rest and benefit to say to them.
Better than Pill.
The question has been asked, "In
hat way are Chamberlain's Stomach
ad Liver Tablets superior to pills?"
'ur answer is: They are easier and
Lore pleasant to take, more mild and
entle in effect and more reliable as
iy can always be depended upon.
hen they cleanse and invigorate the
omach and leave the bowels in a natu
i condition, while pills are more harsah
i efect and their use is often followed
y constipation. For sale by W. E.
elham. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
TO GO TO DALLAS.
Party Being Made Up to Go to the Lone
Quite a party is being made up to go
> Texas on account of .he reunion of
ie Confederate veterans. It will be a
reat trip, and probably the chance
rill never be had again to take such an
itensive trip at so small an expense.
The following names have been
anded us, who have decided to make
Le trip, and they will leave on the
th instant, some going by the South
rn route and some by the S. A. L.:
essrs. D. L. Boozer, Jr., WV C. Tyree,
7T. E. Pelham, Jr., C P. Pelhaim, H K.
toyd, . L. Schumnpert, E P. Mat
bews, L. W. Kibler, D. B. Wheeler,
S. Spearmnan and daughbter, arid G. F.
iong and daughter.
The Great D14-naa Swamp.
Of Virginia is a breeding ground of
iariag- rins. So is low, wet or marshy
~round everywhere. These germs
ause weak ness, chills and fever. aches
n the bones anut mrscles, and mav in
uce dangerous maladies. But El"c~
rc Bitters never fail to destroy them
nd cure malarial troules. They will
urely prevent typhoid. "We tried
nany remedies for Malaria and Stom
-c n ie ~u'e, rtsJh
h artnd o Liver v.oules , "burte
oubdar ything afB sv ood asu nleveri
3ittnd. Trytthingm gO l
is." gurathem. satisfact.
A QUICK PROMOTION.
Lieut. Tom Moorman Goes Up a Peg in
It is stated that Lieut. Thomas Moor
man, U. S. A., of this city, who after
his withdrawal from the volunteer
service in the Philippines was given a
second lieutenancy in the regular army
and assigned to the Seventeenth infan
try, has been promoted to a first lieu
tenancy, and will likely be transferred
to the Twenty-third regiment. Lieut.
Moorman is a born soldier and his
friends have predicted rapid rises for
him ever since he entered the volun
teer service. His record thus far indi
cates that they wiil not be disappoint
ed.-The State, 5th.
Lieut. Moorman is a native of New
berry, and his friends here will be
pleased to hear of his promotion.
Gt for the
Give them oil-co-liver oil.
: cu,rcus to see the result.
Gi- it to the peevish, fret
c'Id, and he laughs. Give
the pale, anomic child,
.1 hi face becomes royand
Hi of health. Take a flat
bested child, or a child that
has stopped growing, give him
the oil, and he will grow big
and strong like the rest.
This is not a new scheme.
It has been done for years.
Of course you must use the
right oil. Scott's Emulsion
is the one.
Scott's Emulsion neither
looks nor tastes like oil because
we are so careful in making ii
pleasant to take.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & 1EOWNE, Chemists. 409 Pearl St., N. Y
an d $x.oo; al. druggists.
The Fidelity Mutual Life
Mr. B. F. Gniffin, one of the mos1
prominent merchants of Newberr3
writes us as follows:
Newberry, S. C., April 9th, 1902.
Mr. F. G. Spearman, Gen. Agt., New
berry, S. C.
Dear Sir: After a thorough exam
ination of the plans and security offerec
me by the Fidelity Mutual Life Insur
ance Company, and af ter a careful com
parison of its rates and policies witt
those of other companies, bothb of whici
were submitted to me for my accept
ance. I took a poiicy in the Fidelit3
on my life for four thousand, and latei
took out two more thousand. You cat
infer how highly I regard your com
I advise all desiring Insurance to in
vestigate the Fidelity's plans before in
With best wishes. Yours truly,
B F. GRIFFIN.
MAVING4 BANK LIFE INsURANCE.
Life Insu~rance is the best Saving
1st. Because, if you die after making
the first deposit, your family receive
Imany times as much as you have depos
i2nd. After having miade annual de
posits for more than thre'e years, yo
can borrow at a reasonable rate th
'loan value of the policy, without othe
For rates and terms for insurance, c
an agency, apply to
F. G. SPEARMAN, Gen. Agt.,
korrected every Tuesday ana Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meat... ....... 9 a9t -
Shoulders"....... ........... .. 8e.
Ham s.................................. 12( 14c.
Best Lard ............... ........... 9g12ic.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 6(x.
Good Molasses.................... 25(450c.
Corn ............................... . 95c.
Meal .......... . . ......... ........ . 5@ 90u'
aay.............. . ................. 01.00.
Wheat Bran....................... s1.35
Ist Patent Flour................ 5.00.
2nd Best Flour.................. S4.50@7 75.
Strait Flour...................... 4 25(04.50
Good Ordinary Fiour.......... 3 7&,)4.00.
Sugar ................. ..... ......... 5i(V5-A .
Rice................................ 5( 8*c.
Coffee................................. 10(l ic.
Cotton seed meal, per n.ck... #i.25.
O ats ....... ......... ................. 80c.
H ulls ............... .................. 35c
Butter, per th .................... 15(g20t
Eggs, per dozen ........ ....... 13c
Chickenb, each........ ........ i(25.
Corn, per bushel.. ............ 85 c
Sweet potatoes 6... ... 60c
Turkeys, per tb ................. 8c.
Peas, per bushel.................. $1 00
.150 DOZEN Pure Linen Collrs,
the regular 10, 15 and 20 cents
kind-all new, just in, bought in job
lots, now going at 5c. eaeb at the
PIANO TUN-ER-R. H. McCracken.,
- the Piano Tuner, is in tht city,
and those who need tuning of pianos or
organs will call on or drop him a card
at the Crotwell Hatel.
AEthings up to date. Send your
Cliars and Cuffs to Newberry
NICE assortment Chrysanthemuws,
ns wed varieties, at 15c per dozen,
for sale by R. J Miller. f. 2t
NJO bundle too small, none too large,
-itobhave our attention.
Ne w berry Steam Laundry.
A.I.e wish to notify their friends
that they have purchased the E!ite
Photo Studio and would be glad to bave
them call any time at their office on
east end Main street. t&t St
3TOREHOUSE. for Rent-For sale
or rent. Also a two-horse farm to
rent. A pply to Antine Buzhardt. t&f tf
EMO VED-I have moved my jew
elry establishment into the store
occupied by Pelham's china hall and
will in the future be in a better posi
tion to serve the public. I keep con
stantly on band, Gold Watches, Dia
mond and wedding rings, jewelry,
silverware, cut glass, clocks and novel
ties. Remember I am prepared to fit
difficult eyes with glasses. Yours for
trade.J. GUY DANIELS.
CALL at The Herald and News office
for Labor contracts, Rent con
tracts, Liens, etc.
A Lbusiness tha.t's business is "re
ciprocity" business. We belp
those who help us; it pays us and them.
The Newberry Steam Laundry.
F F ou have fault to find do not hesi
Atate to tell us. All complaints are
carefully considered at the Newberry
ClLEAN LINEN pays. In order to
have it this way send it to New
berry Steam Laundry.
[DRESS MAKING-All kinds of dress
5-makinug, children's clothes a spe
cialty. Prices reasonable
MRS. J. T. PRESSON,
Fourth door from opera house
t&f 8t Nance street.
It dosn't pay to bd a
mile behind the band
wagon. Be in it and
let the other feliw do
the following. Moral.
Send your laundry to
the Newberry Steam
Laundry. _ _ _
FOR GOOD CROPS
GOOD S EE DS!
We have Virginia grown
For a succession of vegetable crops
plant this mouth
r Be sure thbey are Buist's Seeds
GILDE R & WEEKS,
Pa rWi~1 RPh rRRV~st. - er. ll~Sog
I NEWBERRY, S. C.
C.i S1 Mt
Re lable MCI
At the lowest pos
be had for the sam
goods. We do n(
goods. We do r
good money and in
you worthless goc
clean cut business,
qrs from loss by sel
full, lines of
gry Goods, Dress Good
S es ForI
Dur stores are full
ask you to visit us,
owest prices. Nc
ations and a big
elect from. You
When we advertise we ha
advertise to sell and sell
lying. 5000 2 lb cans to
>ther Bargains sold in les
There are some who,
after the early bird has ca
hen say, why you adverti
goods We say to these,
mients, come at once, foi
There are those who take
ERE IS ANOTIIER EYE
1,500 Cans 31b Tomatoes, 10c per ca
1,0031 en Pie Peaches 8 e r ce
1,000 31 as Danish Cabbage, 5c
1,500 21b cans Brackberries, 9e per e
500 21b cans Cherries, (good enough
We have bargains for every one in e
iothing and Shoes. We bought our go<
o keep warm. New goods arriving daily
Yours for 1
If you are open to,
onviction and would'
like to get the bestH
KODAK made, buy the
We carry a full line of tr
KODAK MOUNTS, "
We will be glad to an
have you call and see
our line before buying. '
sible prices to
e high grade of
)t sell shoddy
iot take your
>ds. Our's is a
done in a clean
,ct our custom
lling them wor
We carry fine
s, Silks, Hosierv,
Girls 2 Babies.
of goods. We
good stock to
ye the goods, but we
Ae do. Goods go a
matoes and a lot of
s than two weeks.
iwake at last, come
ught the worm and.
se and dont have the
Watch our advertis
r delay is dangerous.
advantage of every
de, 8c per can.
for Prince Henry) 9e per can.
very line, especially Dry Goods,
ide while competition was blowing
1he beet at the lowest,
The Fair and Square Dealer.
Ae handle all kinds of disinfect.
hoth Balls for putting away win
lothes, blankets, etc.
Lntiseptic Soaps for washing the
ans, towels and other articles.
Bed Bug Poison,
H ouseh'ld Ammonia,
3 other requisites for a general
hone to us, No. 133, and we will
nre you prompt delivery.
Cigars and Tobacco,
re Sell Wiley's Candies.