Newspaper Page Text
VARIOUS AND ALL AnOUr.
The State Fair will be held in Colum
bia this fall as usual.
Seenotice of contract to let for the
erection of a steel bridge over Salula
If it's sh9es you want, see wbat
Mimnaugh has to say about them in
The Mayor had his usual Monday
morning court yesterday, and there
were several on the "stool of repent
The next meeting of the State Den
al Association will be held at the
White Lithia Springs in Spartanburg
Messrs. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter adver
tise money to loan on improved farm
A picnic will be given at Hartford
Academy on Saturday, by the .Hart
A large number of Newberrians will
leave this morning for Charleston to
see the Exposition.
Meesrs-J. P. Cook and Co., have pur
chased the stock of groceries of Mr.
alUe McWhirter, and will carry a
choice stock at the old stand.
Magistrate J. H. Chappell is an
nounoed as a candidate for re-election
as Magistrate for Townships Nos. 1, 2
and 8, and pledged to abide the result
of the primary.
Souvinir tickets for Wagener Day
am be bought at the Commercial Bank.
Get one and go to the great show. An
ther such opportunity may never
again preesent itself.
Mr. ~ B. Leslie has contracted with
Mr. 3. P. Mahon and will begin work
A aa few days on a seven room house for
him on College street, on the vacant
..ot just beyond the Fred Weber house.
'11r. Jno. R. Perdue was in the city
aturday and informed us of the fact
he would be in the race this year
- bim County Supervisor. His card will
sppear in The Herald and News later.
Bev. Dr. 0. A. Darby, of Columbia,
preached an interesting and eloquent
srmon in the Central Methodist
C0hurch Sunday morning, to the de
ight of the large congregation that
was present to hear him.
B ev. R E. McDaniel, D. D., of Pitts
arg Pa., preached an excellent ser
>fon at the Mayer Me'morial Sunday
- ~aftrnon at 5 o'clock. He also
- reached at Colony Church in the
Smioning. Dr. McDaniel is thinking
oIloosting in the South.
Mr: Robt. L. Mayes who will grad
- hs ingfew days at the Baltimore
of Pharmacy, has been elected
~ resident of his class. Messrs. M. D.
A lIutt and W. 8. Matthews are also
members of the class. The young men
r ill graduate on the 20th, and will
likgely be home in a few days.
We are indebted to Prof. W. E.
Blanor, of Elizabeth Collge, for an 'in
visation to attend the Commenicement
exercises of that institution from the
E frst to the third of June. Miss Erin
Kohn, daughter of Mr. A. H. Kohn,
of Columbia, and Miss Annie Belle
Wise, of Prosperity are members of the
Rev. 3. A. Sligb was in the city yes
'Prof. R. A. Abram was in the city
Mr.'IRobert Norris was 'tn town Sat
ufeday shaking hands with hi. friends.
Mr. Harrington Godfrey, or Cheraw
#.attended Lhe ball here last -Friday
Mr. W. H. Geer, representative of the
Columbia State, was in the city Satur
Mrs. T.3J. Hayes returned yesterday
ma few days visit to relatives at
Miss Annie Riser, who has been
teaching at Belton, has returned home
for the vacation.
Mr. W. B. Cannon, of Florida, has]
been in the city for the past week visit
ing his sister, Mrs. W. F. Ewart.
Miss Louise Robertson, who is teach
inlg at Uhappell's, came dow'n Friday
and attended the dance given in the
Armory Friday night.
R. H. Welch, Esq., after an absence
of several days in North Carolina in
the interest of his client in the Dick
ert damage suit, has returned to the
Prof. Ed. Henry;who has been teach
ing at White Oak, S. C., arrived in the
city last week and is visiting at Dr
McClintock's. He will leave on Thurs
day for his home in Alabama.
* Mr. R. R. Lindsay, of Pinopolis, S.
C., who is on his way to attend the
Grand Lodge K of P. at Greenwood
stopped over in Newberry yesterday on
a visit to his brother, Coroner F. M.
Rev. W. I. Herbert, of Newberry,
was the distinguished speaker at the
anniversary. Mr. Herbert's address
was much appreciated. He is well
known, and most favorably, by many of
the Clinton people.-Clinton Chroni
folds Up a Congrasmnaan.
"At the end of the campaign," writes
Champ Clark, Missouri's brilliant con
gressman, "from overwork, nervous
tension, loss of sleep and constant
speaking I had about utterly collapsed
It seemed that all the organs in my
body were out of order, but tbree bob
ties of Electric Bitters made me all
right. It's the best all-round medicin4
ever sold over a druggist's counter.'
Overworked, run-down men and weak
sickly women-gain splendid health and
viaiyfrom Electric Bitters. Try
thm niy ?Oc. Guaranteed by all
Almost every man
Furnishings, Hats and
we have no competitio
no catchpenny schemi
your trade, and will lec
Such an attractive disr
Men's Suits $3.38.
are hard to match at $
For $10.00f$12.50, $1%
and the workmanship
the priceis about 51 PE
Another lot of suits ti
ter to be sacrificed at h
50 Children's Suits,
to go at half price. $4
Suits $1.75, $2.25 Su
CUT IN HALF, SI
The best pk
We are always aheac
ladder in prices. Child
sell for $125, our price
Big lot Suits at $1.98,
t $2.50, $3.00, $3-50, $4.00, $5-00
Knee Pants will be shoved off :
The best that can be made in I
to $12.50. Very exclusive and not
A Gireat Offering in
Our selection is as fine as can be
tinctive superiority, and will be
produtions in Gents' Furnishings.
Special Assortment of Fancy H'
any where, at prices io cents to 50 ce
left-going at the low price of 7 cet
. Shirts! Shir
Never in the annals of the tra<
Shirts as we are showing this seasoi
to the wearers of Shirts, for they1
in our great range of materials, st:
worth 50 cents. Negligee Shirts al
elegant assortment. Our line of "]
the most celebrated makes, are une
They have a superiority which o!
w ithout success. Great Values at:
to buy them. You can't resist the
Work on sewrage to Begin.
The contractOr will arrive today and
wrk will begin tomorrow on the es
tablishment of our sewrage system.
We understand that the first work will
be done, or ground broken, on O'NealJ
street in the grove this side of the
creek, and the work will be brought
this way. The pipe will.arrive today
and it is hoped that there will be nc
further necessary delay in the work.
From Hot to Cold.
Dysentery is prevalent everywh ere
in summer and is due to miasmatic
pisons. and begins abruptly with in.
lmation of the mucous lining of the
large bowel. In America the disease
is common, but properly tr'eated does
not result as seriously as in the tropics.
Perry Davis' Painkiller is the bes1
known remedy and the most effica.
cious in tbe treatment of dystentery
I Sentence Commuted.
The sentence of Dock Coleman, wh<
was convicted of house breaking
larceny and forgery, in this county ii
Feburary. 1901, and sentenced to thirt:
months on the chaingang, on the re
Icommendation of Solicitor Sease ha
been commuted by the Governor
Reveals a Great secret.
lIt is often asked how such startling
cures that puzzle the best physi3ians
7are effected ty Dr. King's New Discov
ry for Consumption. Here's the sc.eret
It cuts out tbe phlegm and germ-infect
ed mucus and lets the life-giving oxy
ge~n enrich and vitalize the blood. I
beals the infiamed, cough-worn throa
.and lungs. Hard colds and stubbor
coughs soon yield to Dr. King's Ne'
Discovery, the most infallible reined
Kfor all Throat and Lung diseases. Guai
anteed bottles 50c. and $1.00. Tris
hate free at all druggists.
and boy in Newberry County knov
Shoes has no equal in Newberry,
n in our line. Our business is carr
s indulged in, our transactions a
ve no stone unturned to meet it.
lay of clothing has never been seE
The big lot of suits we put out at
.50, Our $7.50 line is the greatE
5.00 and $18.50 we are selling a lir
could no.t be improved upon by r
r cert. less.
rown on the job coun
alf price. A lot of about We ha
thrown on this pile
.50 Suits $2.50, $3.50 shown o
its $1.13, $1.65 Suits pants th
:OT CASH ONLY. have a ni
Ice to bUU BOs' ani
I in this department--ahead in qu
's Suit for ages 5 to 15 at 45 cents
98 cents. Suits that would be g<
egant LIN of Children's I
comprise the greatest values ever offered as the mak<
id out at 20 cents to $1.oo.
>ouths' Suit -no trouble to find them in our Stock,
to be foun ewhere.
found in the State, having a dis- T li
recognized as the most up-to-date Everybody
shoes. Our r
.by selling Sh<
s and NckAWear in and best line
siery not excelled in any partienlar FrEey
tts. A big lot of those 15 cents Hose Straw
ts- A loo& al
enough to ,ul
ts!! Shirts!!! to sell them b
le has there been such a display of All the way f
. Unquestionably this is good news N ow 1
iow know where they can be suited ti.
es and prices. Shirts for 25 cents, Lh
..47 cents, the 65 cents kind, in most We have
nternational'' and "Eclipse'' Shirts, Bleaching. J'
celled in design, colors and quality, than anyone
:hers may attempt to imitate, but Stan d
r.oo, $1.25, $i-5o. To see them is LaWvnE
prices and quality.
Th~e Head to Foot C1<
Made& Life Member. The Mt.
At the meeting of the State Dental .The picnic th
Association in Charleston last week, to be given by t
Dr. D. L. Boozer, of Newberry, and Mrs. W. C. R1
not Columbia as the State will put it, next Saturday
for we claim him now, was unanimous- poned until Sat
ly done the honor of being made a public is invite<
life member of the association. When date, and Sup
this honor to thbe venerable dentist Werts has bee
was announced, the members heartily present as the<
approved the action with hand clap- Want
pigs- ''I have used
MiId But Vigorous Risers for cons
and they arer
When you are tired of the list of cures dorse them for
your friends suggest for bronchi.tis, a good thing
tr Scott's Emulsion. It is rather know it," write
mild tasting compared to most medi- Ill. They never
Icine, buL makes a vigorous attack on safe pill. W.]I
Iall forms of throat and lung disease.
strawberry and ice Cream Festival, The E wart-]
The ladies of the,%Thompsonl Street beginning of t
!A.B. P. Church will give a strawberry busy as bees
and ice cream festival for the teneflt with clothing
of the church building fund this (Tues- suitable goods
da) evening at 6 o'clock, on the square fit yo to perfe
in the rear of the court house (Oen- lines of hats,
federae Monument Square.) A cordial almost unmatC
invittionl is extended to everybody to haveds,lBoweab
a.ttend.designs and (-o
Don't sta-t Wrong- Daoger
)on't start the summer with a lin- Burns. cuts
geigcoughl or cold. We al nwg Mp
whta"surmer cold" is. .It's the e rb
hardest kind to cure Often it "bangs Wichazlm
o," throughi the entire season. Take it sequechaes.l
in hnd right now. A few doses of One aggvaequncs th
-Minute Cough Cure will set you right. aze alve eh
-Sure cure for coughbs, colds, croup, grip, running Sorve e
tbronehitis. all throat anid lung troubles. say runi. C.oe
VAbsolutly safe. Acts at once. C,hil- sAyse H.sino
1dr n like it. "One Minute _Cough Cure- "Aferitsig
is t befst cough medicine I ever used, boxDeWis eaedt
Vsays J HI. Bowles, Groveton, N. HI. I boxsheae Pil
nevr found anything else that. acted dBewases Pfic
1so safely and quickly." W. E. Pel- Beare of Soc
Lham& Son. hmSU
vs that our stock of Clothing, Gents'
and customers who are judges know
ied on along broad progressive lines,
.re open and above board. We want
Our prices catch the clothing buyers.
n in the town before.
$4.98 has been a great winner; they
st values ever offered by any house.
e of suits made of the latest fabrics.
nerchant tailors. The only difference
e the finest line extra pants ever
n the market. We have sold more
tn during any former season, but still
ce assortment to select from.
I Children's Clothing.
iality, but down at the bottom of the
worth 75 cents. Suits that others
)od value at $1.90, our price $1.48.
tter Grade Suits
-up, quality of materials and finish.
all going below their value, in ages 14 to [9, from $3.90
s more or less particular about the fit and wear of their
eputationi as the Shoe House of Newberry has been gained
es that give satisfactioni. We are at the top in the biggest
if Shoes we have ever shown.
!- SHOES! - SHOES!
atities! The Latest Styles! The Best Made!
ody and All Occasions.
Hats, -- Straw Hats.
Iour line of Straw Hats will cause you to say that we have
ly the town and county, well it's a fact, but we are going
cause they are marked to go at the prices we have put on
fail to see our great line of Straw Hats before you buy.
om 1o cents to $2.00, according to your fancy.
or the everyday wants of
e Great Buying Public.
a big stock of Prints, Homesptins, Checks, Sea Island,
ma.s, Cassimers and Cottonades that we will sell cheaper
rd 'Prints 4c, best Prints 5c
3 1-2c, Cottonades 10 tol15c
Pleasant Picnic. Repairs on 0 , N. & L. Depot.
at has been annonuced Some much needed repairs have been
he Mt. Pleasant school, made on the Columbia, Newberry and
itherford, teacher, on Laurens depot, including the paint
24th, has been post- ing of the roof. The work was done by
urday, June 14th. The ILee A. Lorick & Bros., of Columbia,
]to be present on that and was finisbed yesterday.
erintendent Eugene 8. The road should go to work now and
ninvited and will be repair the passenger depot. Or it
rator of the day. would be much better to tear down the
present structure, raise the track and
Other to Know- build a new depot. It is badly needed
I.DeWitt's Little Earlyanwodadmuhothcnv
ipation and torpid liver
igbt. I am glad to in- ineo h rvlu ulc n,w
I think when we findbeiv,wudbofbeiLotera.
~ie ought to let others
sAlfre Heinze, Quincy, AGetDsly
gripe or distress. Sure,
.Peiham & Son, I o att e oehn ie
Bsy as Bees.thnprtyhawilsndheer
ifer company since the adta ftm,g o0 aisn'
he season have been as soeadisetbsgetdslyo
rving their customersges'frihngodad hs.H
hats, shoes, and allwilbgldtseanofhsred,
in their line. They cananamnthebeicustegrt
, ion in a suit, and their ort ofh
hoes and furnishing are mjepol fti ony
hable. In neckwear they adh a ntigi i ieta
autiful styles-Four-in-ci ewse.Hehsn l od
id Fick Ties-all novel o adh odalteedrn i
ors. See them. atcssaebthhsnwgod
ts If NeglectedprcsaealrgtWeanotd
and other wounds oftenhisefihilagadntisiu,
operly if neglected and btw a a bth en hth
esome sores. DeWitt'savetssadhistprenavr
alve prevents such con- tsn agis
ven where delay has
injury DeWitt's Witch
fcts a cure. "I had a Wa hnFlsNe
)nmy leg thirty years," Isagetrpwrodgsinan
rly, Yakeetown, Ind.asiiangfo.FrteD.Kng
many remedies, I triedNeLiePlswrwods.Te
~hHazel Salve. A few tn n euaetedgsieogn
e e sore." Cures all skingetyeplaloinsfmthsy
.5yield to it at once.te ,erc th blo,ip vea e
)urtereis. V. . bel iee, would helh ofleh e n y toth r a
alln dreitytas il.tn tewa
Have you Visited o
If not, come i
show you abot
and pretty thii
visit us. All bu
to their interesi
low and qualit
low prices me
Not so with us,
chandise, as ch
sort, much ch(
run. Stylish bi
in mind that v%
the times in all
because they w
the utmost c
get value recei
amount they m
Large should c
stock is compl,
good, our prices
prices to please
you in our stor
Bleached Damask 72 inches w
Cream Bleached Union Damaw
Full Bleached Union Damask,
Full Bleached Damask, 56 inc
64 inch All Linen Unbleached
Doilies and Napkins in new ai
16-16 Union Mercerized Nap]
19-19 All Linen Cream Bleac]
22-22 Full Bleached Union N
12-12 All Linen Doilies, half
13-13 Cream Bleached All Li
13-13 All Linen Unbleached:
15-15 All Linen Cream Bleae
15-15 All Linen Full Bleache
14-14 Al] Linen Half Bleache
25 a set.
COME EARLY AN
Small lot Ladies Lace Striped
A L WAY
FIVE REASONS FOI
BIG STOCK, RELIABLE
"ONWARD AND UPWA
standing still. We has
and cut the prices in e'
Store. You need the C
Come to us and let's em
Cut Prices on Men's Clothing.
Cut Prices on Boy's Clothing.
Cut Prices on Dry Goods and Dr<
Cut Prices on White Goods a:
Cut Prices on Domestics and Li
Cut Prices on Umbrellas and Pai
Cut Prices on Corsets ank Glov'
This is a bona fide Cut Price 6
mentioned and will continue unt
make any difference what prices
merchants, come to us and we v
ur Store this Sprini?
nd let us tell and
it our many new
ngs. You should
yers should. We
) to interest all.
>uyers will find it
.as our prices are
ies good. Often
an shoddy stuff.
No seconds on
I clean good mer
eap as the other
aper in 'he long
iyers should bear
e are abreast of
should visit us
ill be treated wit
ved for whatev
ay spend with
te, our qualil
correct. Our lines
-y, Ribbons, Dry
and Black Dress
all kinds, White
Wash Goods, Umr -
ics of all kinds atI
you. Let us see
k, 58 inche ide 49 cents.
56 inches wide, 48c.
hes wide, 24c.
id pretty patterns.
:isn, 38e a set.
ied Napkins, 74c a set.
apkins, 50c a set.
bleached, 25o a set.
en Doilies, 38e a set.
he olies 59e set.
d Doilies, 64c. a set.
d Doilies with double red stripe borde
GET YOUR SHARE.
Hose, 8te per pair. The 15e ki'nd.
GODS, ABLE ASSISTANTS,
, LITTLE PRICES.
RD" is our motto-Never
re put the knife in deep now,
ery department of our Big
rOOds and we need the money.
Cut Prices on Hosiery and Under
5 Cut Prices on Silks and Ribbons.
Cut Prices on Embroidery and
n-Cut Prices on Shirts and Collars.
Cut Prices on Shoes and Slippers.
a- Cut Prices on Hats and Odd Pants.
Cut Prices on Neckwear.
s. Cut Prices on Trunks and Valises.
Kae. The Price is cut on every arcicle
ii our Big Stock is reduced. It doesn't
are quoted you or advertised by other
nil always sell you the sume goods for
"Who will not be Undersold."