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Barbecue at Pomaria,
A first claes barbecue will be fur
nished at Pomaria on campaign day by
Jno. A. Graham and H. M. Wicker.
Meeting Bachelor malds.
There will be a meeting of the Bach
elor Maids at Mr. A. C. Welch's resi- f
deuce Thursday afternoon at 6 o'clock. 1
LINDA WELCH, Sec.
HELEN MOWER, Pres.
Meettog of Red Men.
There will be a called meeting of
Bergell Tribe, Improved Order of Red
Men, on Thursday night, for the pur
pose of conferring degrees.
VAN SMITH, Sachem.
The fifteen months old child of Mr. z
Ya Mrs. John T. Fulmer, of West End, f
died on Friday night and was buried in
West End cemetery. Services were
ce-dueted by Rev. N. N. Burton.
-bley's Kidney, Cure purifies the
blood by straiuing out impurities and
tlnes up the wholA system. Cures kid- C
ney bladder troubles. Gilder & Weeks.
.t Grace Chu'ch, Prosperity. t
There was an unusually large attend
lgem upon communion services in Grace
1*heran Church, Prosperity, on sun- 3
dayiring. There were four acces- a
'one by confirmation and three by c
htter Under the pastoral care of Rev.
A. Lutz this church is rapidly grow- I
Two 8oittee Lured 81.
Sis troubled with kidnev com
-ola op about two years," writes
Davis, of Mt Sterling, Ia., "but
, -les of Foley's Kidney Cure
= a permanent cure." Gilder &
$-~~-< mallpoz in the City. e
4t smallpox within the city
iwas reported to the Board of I
teray morning. The pa- a
little negro oa Mr. T. E. Ep- t
It is not thought to be a
peof the disease, but allt
wecautions will be taken by the a
health against its spread, and
no need for any alarm.
s For Twenty Yeats.
- Inerva Smith, of Danville,1I1l,
'~ ad broachitis for twenty
mevel got relief until I used
Rpney and Tar which is a sure
Gilder & Weeks,
r rend of J. W. Minor's house, c
was discovered to be on
~ .bmt2 o'clock on Friday. The a
d~as turned in, but the fire had '1
before the co'mpanies a
the scene. The fire started e
tpaliof hot ashes which had been
pICUn-thepiazza. The damage was
~ imla small part of one side of
~~~ieuand a few shingles being .,
~?<~ ear Kidneys for Rheum attam, s
are df~3smein from rheu- d
kidney mustbe attended t
-~--*3-,~ e.so that they will eliminate
ldfrom the blood. Foley's
tieis the most egfective rem- c
this purpose. R. T. Hopkins, S
,Ws., says, "After uns.cfGess- t:
Sbest doctors. I tried b,ley's b
Care and it cured me. I can
too highly of this great medi
Gilder & Weeki. C
Mere Destroyed by Fir.
~-DA Ruff, ofthe lower part of b
-e ny, had a large corn crib
~ by fire ?i Friday. A large
Westenuetive fire, including other ~
came near resulting, but the I
.ein the middle of the day, ~
<~thebiidings near by were with a
~uk saed.It is supposed that a
i*had been dropped in the crib and
Arek by the rats. The damage ii
SDon't Fail to Try 1 bis.
'*benever an honest trial is given toC
3 trlc Bitters for any trouble it is re
i~aesdefor apermar.ent core will
Sbe effec'ed. [t never fils toe
~s1estomach, regulate the kidneys
a&bweIs, stimulate the liver, in
toiethe nerves and purliry the 'I
i o& It's a wonderful tonic for run- b
*uystems. Electric Bitters pose- g
res Kidney and Liver l'rou
blar, msoach Disorders, Nrvousness,r
Ofe(lesnes,Rheumatism, Neuralgia, h
em&Iepes Malaria. S itisfaction guar
satie* by all druggiste. Only 50) cents.
Nitberans to Boid a Parannate.
At a meeting of the congregation of F
the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer h
bhekd en Sunday morning the congrega- p
tiointructed the diacoate to build a d
personiage as soon as practicable. For d
this prpose they were authorized to c
acicit subscriptions from members of f
the congregation and to borrow what
ever balance may be needed, not ex- i
ceeding $2,000. The building will be
placed on the parsonage lot adjoining
the church lot.t
Avacation of six weeks was voted S
thepDastor, to be taken at such time as
snits his own convenience.e
i Gentle Hint.
in our style of climate, with its sud- 1
den changes of temperature-rain.
wind and sunshine often intermingled (
in a single day-it is no" wond~ that
our children, friends arid relati isare
so frequently te ten from us by neglect
ed colds, half t 2e deaths resulting di
rectly from this cause. A bottle of '
Boschee's Germ"n Svr-up kept about
your home for immediate use will pre
vent serious sickn ess, a large doctor's ~
bill, and perhaps deat h, by the use of
three or four doses. For curmng Con-1
sumption, Hemorrbages, Pneumonia,
-Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disease
of the Throat or Lungs, its success is
simply wonderful, as .vour druggist will 1
tell y ou. Gait a sample bottle free from
W. E Pelham & Son. Regular size, 75
anta nat thaansa Rnanial A imanae. i
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
J. M. Nichols is announced a candi
late for Sub-Supervisor.
J. Calhoun Singley is announced a
andidate for Sub-Supervisor.
The dispensary will be closed today
n account of the campaign meeting.
Mrs. Cole. L. Blease has returned
rom a visit to relatives at Pendleton.
Mrs. H. S. Cannon has returned from
visit to relatives and friends in Colum
Miss Laura Bowman returned homE
rom Auton, Anderson County, yester
B. F. Day is announced as a candi
late for Magistrate for Townships Nos.
2 and 8.
Applications for dispenser and clerk
vill be received by the Board until the
9th of July.
Mr. F. W. Frant has been appointed
nagistrate at Whitmire in place of Mr.
>. A. Merchant resigned.
Mr. Orlando Sheppard, -of Edgefield,
pent Thursday night in the city, the
,est of Mr. B. F. Griffin.
Mrs. Os. Wells has gone to Minneap
lis, Minn., where she is visiting her
aughter, Mrs. C. L. Trabert.
Some of the candidates came in yes
erday and last night, but we presume
aost of them will come this morning.
Mr. D. F. Goggans, who has been
rith the electric power plant in Ander
on, is on a visit to his parents in this
The county campaign meeting at
rosperity will be held in Young's
rove on Tuesday, the 12th of August.
The force engaged in laying pipe for
be sewerage system is now at work on
lance street, between Main and Boun
Mr. Wm. Johnson and son, Mr. J.
1. Johnson, went to Glenn Springs
esterday, where they will spend sev
'The many friends of Mr. H. H.
tikard are glad to see him out again
fter an illness of several weeks with
Auditor W. W. Cromer had his ankle
adly sprained yesterday by jumping
ut of a hack. The hurt is painful, but
Hon. Cole. L. Blease, candidate for
eutenant governor, came home on
unday. He is looking well and says
e is well pleased with his prospects.
Rev. W. I. Herbert attended a dis
riet conference at Parksville, in Green
rood county last week. On Sunday he
led the pulpit of the .Methodist
hurch in Spartanburg.
There have been no new develop
ents in the J. Butler Kinard case.
he negro Edwards, for whom the
eriff holds a warrant, has been neith
r seen nor heard from.
The campaign meeting will be held at
ones' Grove today. Remember that
bairman Goggans will start the speak
ig promptly at 10 o'clock.
Associate Justice Y. J. Pope, of the
preme court, was in the city yester
ay on his way to Saluda, N. C.-Spar
mburg Herald, 6th.
An election to fill the vacancy in the
rps of teachers of the Boundary
treet school, caused by the resigna
on of Miss Bell some time ago, will
e held on the 11th of this month.
Mr. John Scott has gone on a trip to
hicago, Minneapolis and Des Moines,
rhere he will visit relatives. During
is absence his insurance business will
e in the hands of Mr. P. E. Scott.
Rev. S. T. Hallman spent the past
!eek in Savannah in the interest of the
utheran Visitor. He went to Green
rood Sunday, where he preached in the
fternoon, returning to Newberry yes
Judge W. F. Suber, of No. 11, was
the city yesterday. A case of tres
ass after notice had been transferred
~om his court to that of Magistrate
happell, but was postponed until next
[onday, when it will come up for trial.
Mr. F. M. Long, of Holder, Fla., ac
mpanied by his family, is visiting
eiends and relatives in the county.
his is Mr. Long's first visit to New
erry in some ten years, and his many
ieds are glad to see him. He will
turn to Florida in a few days, leaving
is family for the summer.
iee cream Fetial.
An ice cream festival will be given by
.ebecca Lodge Odd Fellows at their
all on Saturday night, to which the
ublic is invited. A number of candi
ates will be present and will be intro
uced to the voters of West End. Pro
eeds from refreshments will be used
>r the benefit of the lodge.
lures Blood PoisOn. ('a' eer Ulcers, Ec
sema, Cam buneles, Et,c., Medicine Free.
I you have offensive pimples or erup
ions, ulcers on any part of the body,
ching bones and jointi', falling hair,
jucous p.atches, swollen glands, skin
tches and burns, sore lips or gums,
ating, festering sores, sharp, gnawing
ains, t.her. you suffer from serious
lood poison or the beginnings of dead
y cancer. You may be perwranently
ured by taking Botanic Blood Balm
B B B.) made especially to cure the
rorst blozod and skin diseases. It kills
he poison in the blood thereby giving
Shealthy blood supply to the affected
>arts, heals every sore or ulcer, even
leadly cancer, stops all aches and pains
.nd reduces all swellings. Botanic
sood Balm cures all malignant blood
roubles, such as eczema, scabs and
cales, pimples, running sores, car
-nls coua ec seilya
>nces, foralobstate ca seciatl had
risedsfor al1 otinae cres, hatmav
ieaheld Bal sent free ahid preage.
)ruggcibe $1Troe nd cres, seia
>vle enoo Bal see fete.dprpi
>y writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
sa. Describe trouble and free medical
ama ment in sealed letter.
VIOLENT STORM AT
SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED AND
MANY BUILDINGS BLOWN DOWN
Wiad and Hall Struck Ltttie Mountain Yes
terday Afternoon at 4.30-Extent of
Damage Not Definitely
(Special Telegram Herald and News.)
Little Mountain, July 7. -A violent
wind and hail storm struck Little
Mountain this afternoon about 4.30
o'clock. Several buildings were blown
down, and it is definitely known that
four persons were severely injured.
The Sunday School room at Holy
Trinity church, on which several men
were working, was blown down. Mr.
C. E. Wheeler was seriously injured,
being caught in the timbers of the
falling building. He was removed dur
ing the storm by those who escaped.
Though badly hurt, his case is not
thought to be fatal.
Mr. Charlie Long, one of Mr. Geo.
W. Long's sons, and Charlie Mayer,
colored, received some wounds, but not
of a serious nature.
The engine shed at Mr. A. N. Bo
land's mill was also blown down. Mr.
Banks Harmon being hurt to some ex
A store building belonging to Mr. A.
N. Boland was blown completely to the
ground. The 'wind at this place was
very violent, injuring many other
The whole extent of the damage is
not yet definitely khown.
J. E. B.
campaign Meeting in West End.
Arrangements have been made for a
campaign meeting in West End tonight.
The speaking will be from the steps of
the graded school house, and will begin
promptly at eight o'clock. This meet
ing was arranged in order to give the
operatives of the mill, who will be busy
during the day, an opportunity to see
and hear the candidates for themselves.
N.-ed More He'vp.
Often the over-taxed organs of diges
tion cry out for help by Dyspepsia's
pains, Nausea, Dizziness, Headaches,
liver complaints, bowel disorders. Such
troubles call for prompt use of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They are gen
tle, thorough and guaranteed to cure.
25c. at all druggists.
Newberry vs. 0. G. B.
The second of the series of three
games between the Newberry and
. G. R. mills' teams will be played
this afternoon. A good game is prom
ised. Since the tie in Columbia last week
both teams have been put on their met
tle and can be counted on to do their
Turn out and give the boys your en
couragement. They will give you a
No False Claims.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey and
Tar do not advertise this as a "sure
cure for consuiption". They do not
claim It will cure this dread complaint
in advanced cases, but do positively
assert that it will cure in the earlier
stages and never fails to give comfort
and relief in the worst cases. Foley's
Honey and Tar Is without d'r.ubt the
greatest throat and lung remedy. Re
fse substitutes. Gilder & Weeks.
Picnic In Saloda County.
There will be a picnic a Mr. D. C.
Smith's, near Kempson's Ferry, in
Saluda County, on Thursday, July 17th.
The public is invited to come and bring
well-filled baskets. Speaking by candi
dates has been arranged for.
Saved a Woman's Life.
To have given up would have meant
death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dorches
ter, M~ass For years ihe had endured
untold misery from a severe lung trou
bh and obstinate cough. "Often," she
writes, "I could scarcely breathe and
sometimes could not speak. All doc
tors and remedies failed till I used Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion and was completly cured." Suffer
ers from Coughs, Colds, Throat and
Lung Trouble need this grand remedy,
for it never disappoints. Cure Is
guaranteed by all druggists. Price 50c.
end $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Rev. T. W. Sloan of Abbeville Goes to
Abbeville, July 6.-After services at
the Associate Reformed Presbyterian
church today the Rev. T. W. Sloan
handed in his resignation to take effect
immediately .The pastoral relations ex
isting between Mr. Sloan and the
church were formally dissolved. Mr.
Sloan has accepted a call to the First
Presbyterian church at Greenville, and
will move there September 1st. He
was reared and educated in Abbeville
County and is today one of the ablest
preachers in the State. -The State.
Rev. Mr. Sloan is well known in New
berry, having married Miss Janie
Martin, a sister of Mr. Foster Martin,
of the National Bank.
Tbe Patrons and Trustees of the
Bethel school will meet at Pomaria on
July 12th at 4 o'clock in the afternoon,
for the purpose of electing a teacher
for the next term Term, seven months
at twenty five dollars per month. Ap
plicatons to be banded to either of the
undersigned trustees by that date.
W. A. DUNN.
G. B AULL.
E. P. LAKE.
omaria. S. C.
THE BANK 0F PROS3PERITY.
Hoe ks of Subscription to Be Opened On
Prosperity is to have another bank
ing institution. The names of the cor
porators give evidence of success for
the enterprise. They have the money,
the backing and the business ability to
make a success of the bank. We un
derstand that the capital stock is :o be
$25,000. Mr. A. G. Wise, who is the
prime mover in the enterprise, is a tho
rough going business man and has been
quite successful in the cotton business
and will be a success in the banking
We congratulate our sister town on
the progress she is making. A new
town hall is to be erected, and a new
and modern school building is to be put
up for the graded school.
THE COUNIY CAMPAIGN.
The Revised Schedule of the Meetinge
Opening on Jnly 16th.
Following is a revised schedule of the
dates of the various campaign meetings
in this county, opening at Pomaria on
the 16th of July, and closing at West
End on the night of the 23d or August.
Pomaria, Wednesday, July 16.
Jolly Street, Thursday, July 17.
Little Mountain, Friday, July 18.
Prosperity, Tuesday, August 12.
Utopia, Wednesday, A gust 13.
Williams' Store, Thurs ..ay, August 14.
Longshore's, Friday, August 15.
Spearman's Spring, Tuesday, Aug. 19.
Whitmires, Wednesday, August 20.
Mt. Pleasant, Thursday, August 21.
Keitt's, Friday, August 22.
Newberry, Saturday, August 23.
West End, Saturday night, Aug 23.
Candidates should remember that
pledges must be filed before 12 o'clock
of Tuesday, July 15.
A Great Day in Columbia.
The excursion to Columbia on Satur
day carried seven hundred and forty
Newberry people. The Newberry Cot
ton Mill had ceased work for the day,
giving this holiday instead of the
fourth, and large numbers of the opera
tives took advantage of the cheap rates
and were in the party.
A most pleasant day was spent at
Hyatt's Park and other points in the
capital city. The Newberry baseball
team was in Columbia, and in the after
ioon one of the series of three games
with the 0. G. R. mills was played, and
f course the game was largely at
tended by the Newberry people.
The train returning arrived in New
berry about 9:30 Saturday night.
Trustee Day at the Summer School
Work at the summer school for
teachers, which has now been in pro
gress for two weeks at the Boundary
street school, is progressing well. The
nrolment has reached thirty-five.
hose in charge desire to enlist the in
terest of school trustees and patrons
hroughout the county. For this pur
pose Monday, July 14th, has been set
part as "Trustee Day.'' It is desired
that every school trustee in the county
will attend the school on that day, so
as to see the nature and the value of
the work done. Regular exercises will
ontinue that day as usual. Discussion,
suggestion, or information on educa
tional subjects by those present will
Killed by a Train.
Jerry Barksdale, a negro, was found
dead on Friday morning beside the G.,
C. & N. railroad, about one mile below
Whitmires. His arm was cut off and
his head and body badly bruised.
The Cororier was called to Whitmires
Friday night and held an inquest over
the body Saturday morning. The ver
dict was that his death was caused by a
train on the G., C. & N. road.
The body was discovered by the train
going north about 8 o'clock in the
morning, but it is thought that he was
stealing a ride on the train going south
about an hour before and had been
killed by that train. He was a husband
of the woman who was before Magis
trate Chappell some time ago on the
charge of killing her baby and throw
ing it in a trash pile, where it was dis
overed. He lived in Laurens and was
around Whitmires engaged in painting.
South Carolina College ScholarshipI.
The examination of those competing
for scholarships in the South Carolina
College will be held in the Court House
n Friday, the 11th. Two young men
are thus admitted by competitive exam
ination, from each county in the State,
to scholarships in the normal depart
ment, and granted remission fees to the
amount of $52.00 per session. Both
scholarships from this county are at
present vacant. Those wishing to en
ter the Freshman class of this institu
tion will also be allowed to stand their
examination here on this day instead of
going to Columbia.
As previously stated, the examina
tion for the Winthrop scholarships wvill
be held at the same time and place.
Every Houw. keepe'r
Knows that it requires thbe best flour
to ob ain i be be~st results on baking
"Clifton" flour gives the best satisfac
tion because tbhe quality of "Cliftoja" is
always the highest. The quality of
"Clifton" never varies, as does the
quality of other flours The house
keeper cannot depend on a flour that
varies in quality, but you caun depend
If you have not used "Clifton" have
your grocer send you a trial sack.
Your te~st will prove satisfactory to
you as well as to us.
i U Owensboro, Ky.
X vANTED-Scrap Iron of e. ery de
scription, and old machinery. Any
kind of fire wrecks or stocks. Write
for particulars. Address J. B. Gar
funkel, Columbia, S. C. t&f8t
M R. J. W. RICHARDSON will fur
nish a first-class barbecue at
Jolly Street schoolhouse on July 17,
campaign day. Prices 30c. and 40c. f 2t
LADIES Drop Siitch Ho-e 81. a;
Wooten's, worth 15 -. t&f 2.
YOUNG JACK for e-e Apol
to A. L. Knighto 1.
tf M M. BcFORD
W ANTED, at the Newhere. Hotel
Spring Chickens and ev.
f&t8t W. A. Jamieson, Propri' or.
AVE things up to date. S: nd your
Collars and Cuffs to N, wherry
NO bundle too small, tone too large,
to have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
CLEAN LINEN pays. In ord' ro
have it this way send it to Ne w
berry Steam Laundry.
[F you have fault to find do not hesi
tate to tell us. All complaints are
: refully considered at the Newberry
RUBBER STAMPS-Name stamp
15c. per line. Pads 10c. Dates,
merchants marking outfits. J. P. Cook,
Newberry, S. C., Rubber Stamp Manu
'acturer. 6ms Itaw
FINE lot first class Bri:ck for sale
at the Matthews' brick yard. Ap
ply to J. Cal. Neal or H. M. Buzhardt
at Newberry, or write to W. H. Mayes,
Greeuwood, S. C. 4t.
MONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands at
eight per cent. interest on long time.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attorneys
SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
. Do your eyes ache and burn at
night? I have the best trial ca;e for
itting Spectacles and Eyeglasses, and
:n fit the most difficult eyes, with the
proper glasses. I have fitted glasses
for the best people in the county and
an 6t you. I use only the best grade
Crystaline lenses. Come and give me
a trial and be convinced. Strictly one
price to all. GUY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
It dosn't pay to be a
mile behind the band
wagon. Be in it and
let the other fellw do
the following. Morel.
Send your laundry to
the Newberry Steam
llo Central!1----Give Me 48
ItIi Nede1rry traitc FrOlltI
Collfectiollery ai Baery!
They have all kinds of Bread
Patent Bread, Mik Bread,
Graham Bread, Cream Bread,
Cap Bread, Rye Bread,
Kimmel Seed Rye Bread,
Boston Brown Bread.
Largest assortment of fresh, fancy
,akes ever shown here, before
Orders taken by Telephone and de
ivered free of charge as we have out
r new delivery wagon.
Call and see us, or ring up Phone
H. A. Meyer & Son.
BUTTER and EGGS
o Saturdays of each week at Freight
office Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
Newberry, So. Ca.
WALLACE B, TODD
THE EQUITABLE I
Life Assurance Company
Assets Dec. 31, 1901,
I $331 ,039,7 20.34.
Absolutely t h e
Strongest Life As
surance Company in
America when mneas
ured by its Surplus.
Insures both men and
women. If you are
not assured, or if you
are not fully assured,
take a policy in The
AT U KiLE,Ag
I Newborry, S. C.
Have you visited our Sti
If not, come and 1
show you about ou
and pretty things.
visit us. All buyers
have something to
to their interest as
low and qualities
low prices mean
Not so with us. N<
our counters, all cle
chandise, as cheap
sort, much cheape
run. Stylish buyer
in mind that we ai
the times in all dep
Small buyers sh
because they will b(
the utmost consi
get value received
amount they may s
Large should come
stock is complete,
good, our prices conr
Goods, Colored and
Goods, Silks all
Goods, Lawns, Lin
brellas, Domestics (
prices to please yot
you in our store.
Of Seasonable w~
-~1 lot Striped and figured La
1 lot figured Organdies worn
1 lot Organdies and Lawns
15c. and 18c. at 8c.
1 lot Figured Lawns in Pin
pies and Reds worth 1
1 lot Organdies Dimities
worth 15c. at 7 1-2c.
1 lot Circled Chambry in P
low and Black grou1
Cord worth '9c. at 15<
1 lot Swiss in Pink, Linen
Black Lace Aplique pa
Lot Ladies Linen Homespt
$ 1.25 at 75c.
1 lot Dimities in very pretty
Pink Stripes worth 12
Our Great Sumn
CLOTHING, LOW CUT SH
F ROM now until Sept. 1 st.'
mer Clothing, Low Cut
Hats at New York cost. Th
and from the best manufa<
say at Cost we mean what
in New York with no.percer
We have reduced prices on
Stock. If you are in que.st c
and Rare Bargains now is ti
new, clean and stylish goo
pleasure in showing and pri
No Goods Chargod
are this Spring?
et us tell and
ir many new
rs will find it
our prices are
) seconds on
an good mer
as the other
r in the long
s should bear
-e abreast of
Duld visit us
3 treated with
pend with us.
h Goods, Um
)f all kinds at
1. Let us see
.wns worth 6c.
h 15c. and 20c.
worth 12 1-2c.
ks, Blues, Pur
2 l-2c. at 8c.
ink, Blue, Yel
ad with White
and Blue with
tern worth'1 5c.
n Skirts worth
Lilac, Blue and
1-2c. at 8c.
icr Sale of
OES, HATs, ETC.
ve will sell all Sum
Shoes and Straw
ese Goods are new
~turers. When we
the Goods cost us
tage added to you.
evry article in our
~e chance to secure
ds. We will take
cing these goods.
It Cut Prices,