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VARIOUi AND ALL A1U0VU.
Commencement will be all the go in
Mr. L. f. Ep ing is a;nuryed as i
Candidate for Cvunty Au iiror.
Sle notice of elecLion of teachers foi
the city Graded School.
S unS seeto is of CVe wt / btl
har.I rain Sun:ias afternoon.
Th- Ma% or ser.t a neLro up V-st-erda
fo ri ni, t) d I , o toln but.,er.
Mr W W Hog. s i- an- o-net-d as
candidite for re-elee4io as Prohat
Judge for Newhrry !)u,ty.
Treasurer J. L Epps is announced i
this paper a a candidate for re-electioi
to the Afflce of CouULV Treasurer.
We notfee among the graduates a
the Lutheran Tbeological Sptmin v
this year, the nam-t f Mr. M. Q
Bolbnd. of Little Mount.ain. Te gradu
atioi exercises were rpid tast wek.
Mr. S R-thblum of B)s on, manage
of the P mily Proectioln Union wil
arrive in the city to-day in the interes
of the order. Newberry has already i
council. It is a go-d order and de
serves more members.
We bave received a bz%utifIlIY got
t!n up invitatfon to atten I the Com
mencemi-nt exercises of the Columbi
Female College, May 30th to June 3c
at theCollege Cbagel, Columbia. Tb
literary addre-s on Tuesday evenine
will bedelivered by Dr Geo B Comer
of this city.
Mr. Thos. E. Wicker is announc ,d ir
this prper as a candidate for Couno
Superiniend-int of Elucation Mr
Wicker gradua'ed last year at New
berry College, making a good record ir
-cllge. He is well known and ha'
many friends in the Connty He wil
be known by many as "Josh Trump.'
the Herald and News corresp,ndent.
'Mr. W. E. Smith, of Columbia. wast
in the city yesterday.
C. L Blease, Esq. went to Charlestor
yesterday to celebrate with the 0d
Mr. Ed. McDonald a member of thE
Winnsboro bar was in the city yester
Mr L. B. Blackwell, of the Nicholso
Printing Company, Union, was in the
Miss Juanita Sebump-rt has elosed
her school at Dantzler, Grangeburg
County'and returned home last week,
'Rev. W.Hf- Blakely, of Troy, S. C,
arrived in the city Friday and preached
Sat King's Craek church on Sunday.
~Dr. D. L. Boozer, Sr., and son Dr D.
L. B>nzer will leave today for C'harles
ton tolattend the meeting of the State
De'ntal Association, and to visit the Ex.
Mr F J. Russell has given up the
t,rimming of the electric lighbts and Mr.
Gary Johnson has accepted the posi
R H. Welch, Esq , left yesterday for
Salisbury and Monroe, N. C , gathering
imformation in ths Dickert damage
Miss E. Lilla Kibler who has been
teaching ichbool in the Indian.Territory,
at Soutb Me Alister, returned home last
Mr. H. D. Clark, of New Haven,
Conn., arrived in the ci y last week tc
spend a while on a visit. He j>ined
Mrs. C a -k who has been here for some
time visiting at Mrs. Werber's.
Mr. L. Wash Floyd, of Newberry,
was in Union Wednesday looking af ter
the local telephone line Mr. Durnal',
of Spartanburg, met him here and will
return soon to) overhaul tthe line. Mr.
Floyd says he is going to have an up-to
date system.-Union Times, 9L,b.
-Sunday May 11th 1902, by' Rev D P
Boyd, at the bo'n' of Mrs Matilde
Hendrix, mother of the beide, Mr
Willie D. Heudrix and Miss Alm;
Hendrix All of the Co'unt y.
Ne.veaIs a Gr at secre.t.
It is often asked how such startlin;
cures, that puzzle the best physitians
are effected by Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption. Here's the se cret
It cuts Out the pblegm and germ-inf'ct
ed mucus, and lets thbe life-giving ox.y
gen enrich and vitalize tbe blood. I
heals the infi-amed, cough- worn throa
and lungs. Hard colds and stubbori
coughs soon yield to Dr. King's Net
Discovery, the most infallible remned;
for all Throat and Lung diseases Guar
anteed bottles 50c. and $1 00 Tria
bottles free at all druggists.
Born, to Mr.anli M-3 F. M. Boyd, a
Chester 8. C , Sunday morning, Ma
11th, a daughter. Both are doing wel]
Stand Like a Stone Wall.
Between your children and the toi
tureii of itching and burning eczemi
scaldbead or other skin diseases. How~
why, by using Bucklen's Arnica Salve
earth's greatest healer. Quickest cur
for Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt Rheurn
Cuts, Burns or Bruises Infallible fc
Piles. 25c. at all druggists.
Preaching at Enoree.
We have been requested to announc
that there wou'd be preaching
Enoree Baptist Church next Sunda
afternoon at 3.30 o'clock by aither Res
Geo. A. Wright or Rev. N. N. Burtor
The public is invited.
What Thin Folks Need -
Is a greater power of digestingt an
assimilating food For them Dr. King
- ew Life Pills work wonders The
ne and regulate the digestive organ
o ntly expel all poisons from the sy
tern, enrich the blood, improve app
tite, make healthy flesh. Only 25c;
With Goods f orthe Th(
Prices that tell why we SI
Rolling. We break
Our Banner of Low Prices is unfurl
Our Stock is Sim
Our Clothing stock is the largest
are judges of Clothing know we ha
Men's Suits $3.50, value $4.50.
Our line of $7.50 Suits are mat
Our $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and !
are the best that can be secured wi
We have an immense stock of exi
Cut in Half! Abigspecia
Cut inHalfzgood values
them to be closed out at H ALF P
$5.50 Suits at $2.75. $E
Don't forget--cut in half with the
Come before your size is sold.
Clothing for Little
We are always ahead in this depc
ladder in prices. Child's Suit for ag
sell for $1.25, our price 98 cents. !
Big lot Suits at $1.98, worth $2.5
An Elegant Lin
at $2.50, $3-0, $3-50, $4.00, $5.oo comprise the great(
Knee Pants will be shoved off and out at 20 cents
The best that can be made in Youths' Suits-no t
to $12.50. Very exclusive and not to be fountd elsewl
A Gireat Offering in (ients' Furn
Our selection is as fine as can be found in the Stat
tinctive superiority, And will be recognized as the
productions in Gents' Furaiishings.
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and N&
Special Assortment of Fancy Hosiery not excelled
anywhere, at prices 1o cents to 50 cents. A big lot of t1
left-going at the low price of 7 cents.
Shirts! Shirts!! Shirts!!
Never in the annals of the trade has there been
Shirts as we are showing this season. Unquestionably
to the wearers of Shirts, for they now know where th
in our great range of materials, styles and prices. S
worth 50 cents. Negligee Shirts at 47 cents, the 65 ce
elegant assortment. Our line of "International" and
the most celebrated makes, are unexcelled in design, c
They have a superiority which others may attempt
without success. Great Values at $1.00, $1 25, $1.50.
to buy them. You can't resist the prices and quality
= Facts To
1--We are Headquarter
2--We meet any COmp
3--The stock must be a
Come to see us and
tThe Rachelor Maid's. A Big '!'mme u
SThere will be an 'mportant business Friday night was
Smeeting of the Bachelor Maids Club at night in the history
'the residence of Mr Alan Johnstone this 87, A. F. M. Eigh1
(Tuesday) afternoon at 5 o'clock. sublime degree, and
Miss Lucy McCaughrin, Pres. confer the degree ir
Miss Elizabeth Dominick, Secretary. ner than was clonei
- ---- - .day night. The hr
* on the Main Line. decorated for the oc
yMimnaugh announces the fact in this conferring of the
. paper that he has the main line and has spread was served t
all the other boys side tracked Be that of the Master, M r.
as it may, Mimnaugh is certainly selling to the enjoyment
- goods cheap, and his low prices are mov- their visiting bre:h
.ing the goods. Give him a showing be- Messrs Henry A.
fore buying. new bakers present
e ~a mecst b)eautiful ca
, Work in s guet Chapter emblem of the er
rMr. J. E. McDonald, of Win nsboro, compasses.
Grand High Priest for South Carolina, M'basite ff D
and Mr Edw. WV. Paiker, of Columbia,MatrGfn,w
ar ntecity They came up yesterdaytoehriwaa
t to assist in conferring the Royal Arch Mason.
degree upon those who have recently
gone into the chapter at the reorganiza- ")I"' i"
tion of Signet Chapter R. A. M. Th e sad nu;ws u~
I PDeath in Columbia P>.njamin tNW1. a
dLucy McIntosh, the little two and a higLi ropi-' i
shalf year old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. - -',rt'~.N.I:
3 . H. McIntosh, of Columbia, died '' jan ' a '0
yetrday morning Their many rela- whowi --)
tvsadfriends in Newberryexndt isrmn wr
t mtheir heartfelt sympathies in this St. John' . .ehure]
-hi adethu of afflictmo, iLexington Counts
itisands. Great News for Eerybody.
arted the Ball and how we are golig to Keep ii
the record on all former achievements.
ed and will not be pulled down. We are ready to serve you.
ply Immense. We give you the Pointers.
ION IN CLOTHING DISPLAY!
and best ever brought to Newberry, and customers who
ye no competitors.
Men's Suits $4.98, the kind that sell elsewhere for $6.50
:h-.ble only with suits for which you pay $10.00 elsewhere.
18.00 Suits are of the latest fabrics, handsome styles, and
th the cash lever.
:ra pants. Really the finest assortment we have ever seen.
ENTS TO $6.50 THE PAIR.
I cut in a lot of Odd Suits which at regular prices are as
as can be found in the market. Just think of it! All of
L50 Suits at $4.25. $1150 Suits at $5.75.
biggest half on your side. Remember--FOR CASH ONLY.
Folks Clothing for Boys and Youth.
rtment--ahead in quality, but down at the bottom of the
es 5 to 15 at 45 cents, worth 75 cents., Suits that others
5uits that would be good value, at $1.90, our price $1.48,
e of Children's -Better Grade Suits
st values ever offered as the make-up, quality of materials and finish.
ouble to find them in our Stock, all going below their value, in ages 14~ to 19, from $3-9c
ishings. Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
e, having a dis- Everybody is more or less particular about the fit and wear of their
tost up-to-date shoes. Our reputation as the Shoe House of Newberry has been gained
by selling Shoes that give satisfaction. We are at the top in the biggest
in and best line of Shoes we have ever shown.
ckwear 11SHOES! - SHOES! - SHOES!
All Qualities! The Latest Styles! The Best Made!
For Everybody and All Occasions.
in any artcna Stra H ats, . - Straw H ats.
A look at our line of Straw Hats will cause you to say that we have
enough to supply the town and county, well it's a fact, but we are going
to sell them because they are mnarked to go at the prices we have put on
such a display of them. Don't fail to see our great line of Straw Hats before you buy.
this is good news All the way from io cents to $2.00, according to your fancy.
isfor2cents Now for the every day wants of
"cipe"Shirts, the G etBuy ingPu lc
ors and quality. We have a big stock of Prints, Homespuns, Checks, Sea Island,
to seeitatem is Bleaching, Jeans, Cassimers and Cottonades that we will sell cheaper
than anyone else.
s for everything in our line.
etitors wherever and by whom originated.
old and the prices will sell it.
be Convinced that we mean Business.
[ead to Foot Clothier.
certainly a red letter Th reu rcllg tem hsds O Sudy Ma th192teaxe
of Amity Lodge No.hadifo tissa n,htteby raecuofthlieo oeofhe ii
were raised to the hv enhvn oesotwtizn fPoprt,amme fGa
it would be hard to pce ie rm tedfeetca~s uhrncnrgto,Ms oaLv
a more perfect man- O atFia h rp n rs i ann e ige,wdwo
i Amity Lodge Fr-i-ne lre aewihrsie n* ann tterp g f6 T. 10
1 H had been prettily vcoyfrteFchnnb cr d.Sewstemte ffu hl
asion~ and after the 9to1 TisatronteFemeirnalofwo arlin,oe f ho
degree a sumptious adSpooe ilpa igm.TeTi a enahgl lse aiyi
irough the kindness atei wllb arsaid(bai.
)tto Kiet. nier, much adSmsnadXtrs ooe n htntutldahcamdtefubu
of the members and vrr:;twwri.an fahrfuyerag, ashef il
Meyer & Son, the
ed Anty Lodge with
c, decorated with the h i - fh o on :'tA .fatthtseddntrad eth tal
r, tie square and P.(urn i iv ttiahrytn Cosiutotelswthapmsefo
8trict D)eputy Grand iO- C!tf~I tCO cok h sept wk ihtelkns
is also enjoyed Al- .>i)1W. tW iOhl t Chit h evson ulsse.M
grand( time for the ti u ~~a o.neti u 'a .DI hee n he afssesa
asrortd in New- I M.A 1 ~on eudrtn
': re Ut ath of Mr. wilclur i f'( .itardh iies
jit n of l.txinat~r o rn ric~ p kii.Iiew'o aeue A itsLtl >
itmied y estemrd ay ao i i **ohritc a od t~i rw u 1 oltO :c
handedt.forritis slaed n,-butztheQboys
i. tar hshaovei beenkiii hai nog ome al o rtd with ~C ee rie0 itre.
pickednea ftm eteen cl s fes.l.X. .Plam&
a war his home in
I have used DeWitt's Little F trl.
Risers for constipanon and torpid live
and they are right. I am glad to ir
dorse them for i think when we un
a good thing we ought to let 0901
know it." writes At fred II-inz--. Quine:
sprinkiing will not he allowed by the . Ill They never gripe or distress. Sure
a om w. E. Pelham & Son,
Have you Visited our Store this Spring?
If not, come and let us tell and
show you about our many new
and pretty things. You should
visit us. All buyers should. We
have something to interest-all.
Economical buyers will find it
to their interest as our prices are
low and qualities good. Often
low prices mean shoddy stuff.
Not so with us. No seconds on
our counters, all clean good mer
chandise, as cheap as the other
sort, much cheaper in the long
run. Stylish buyers should bear
in mind that we are abreast Of
the times in all departments.
Small buyers should visit us
because they will be treated with
the utmost consideration - and
get value received for whatever
amount they may spend with .us.
Large should come because our
stock is complete, our qualities
good, our prices correct. Ourlines
Shoes, Millinery, Ribbons, Dry
Goods, Colored and Black Dress
Goods, Silks all kinds, White
Goods, Lawns, Linens, Linings,
Corsets, Hosiery, Underwear,
Handker chiefs, Wash Goods, Um
brellas, Domestics of all kinds at
prices to please you. Let us see
you in our store.. -
AS SURE TRADE WINNERS.
Ladies Seamless Black Drop Stitched Hose, 8A ets. pair.
Laidies Bleach"d Gauze Vests, full size,53 ets.
Ladies' Bleached Gauze Vests, taped neck and sleeve, 8) ets.
Lace neck, Bleached Gauze Vest, taped neck and sleeve, 14 ets.
KLisle Vests, silk taped Deck and sleeve, 25 ets.
Bat ieste Corsets, R & G. 50 cts. and $1.00
New Line T affeta Skirts, $5.98, $8.98, and $10.
One Lot All Silk Taffeta Waists, in blues, reds and blacks, $1.98.
Lot Muslin and Print Waists, 25 ets.
Pique and Crash Skirts to be
closed at a big reduction.
S. J. WOOTEN,
.Agent Butterick Patterns.
AL WAYS BUSY.
FIVE REASONS FOR THIS:
BIG STOCK, RELIABLE GOODS, ABLE ASSISTANTS,
QUICK SERVICE, LITTLE PRICES.
"ONWARD AND UPWARD" is our motto-Never
standing still. We have put the knife in deep now,
and cut the prices in every department of our Big
Store. Y ou need the Goods and we need the money.
Come to us and let's exchange.
Cut Prices on e' Clothing. ICut P'rices on Hosiery and Under
Cut Prices on Boy's Clothing, wear.
Cut Prices on Dry Goods and Dress Cut Prices on Silks and Ribbons.
Goods. Cut Prices on Embroidery and
Cut Prices on White Goods anld Laces.
Cut rie on Domestics and Lin- Cut Prices on Shirts and Collars.
eneis. Cut P'rices on Shoes and Slippers.
Cut Prices on Umbrellas and Para- Cut Prices on Hats and Odd Pants.
sols. Cut Prices on Neck wear.
Cut Prices on Corsets ank Gloves. Cut Prices on Trunks and Valises.
This is a bona tide Cut Pr'ce Sale. The ['rice is cut on every arcicle
mentioned and will continue until our Big Stock is reduced. It doesn't
Vmake any difference what prices are quoted you or advertised by other
rmerchants, come to us and we will always sell you the sume goods for
CsmOPEL AND BROT HERS,
"Who will not be Undersold."