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Preaching at Pro.perity A. R. P. Chure
There will be preaching at Prosperi
A. R. P. Church Friday evening at 8:
o'clock, Saturday morning at 10 o'cloc
and Sunday morning communion servic
will be held at 11 o'clock. Preachii
by Rev. Caldwell, of Morehead, Ga.
The public is invited.
The best physic-Chamberlait's St
mach and Liver Tablets Easy to tak
Pleasant n effect. For sale at Sinitl
drug store, Newberry, and Aull, ll;n
& Co, Pomaria.
cheap R.te to GreaevIl$.
On accouut of the annual Reuni
Confederate Veterans at Greenvill
S. C., the Southern Railway will s
tickets for the round trip from Ne
berry for $1.35. Tickets on sale A
gust 5th, 6th and 7th, good to retu
until August 10th.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera a:
Diarrboea Remedy has a wori w i
reputation for it cures. It never fai
and is pleasant and tafe to take. r
sale at Smith's drug store, Newberr
and Aull, Hentz & Co. Pomaria.
' Picnic at Union Acadrmy.
The annual picnic of Union Acaden
will be held at the residence of Mr. ]
S. Franklin, the old Ham Fellers' plac
on Saturday, the 30th day of Aug us
Addresses will be delivered by Dr. Ge
B. Cromer, Col. Jno. C. Goggans, Re
J. A. Sligh, Rev. C. M. Boyd and M
Jefferson Quattlebaum. The public
Henry_ L. Shattuck of Shellsbur
Iowa, was cured of a stomach troub
with which be had been affi cted f
years, by four boxes of Chamberlain
Stomach and Liver Tablets. He hi
previously tried matay other remedi
and a number of phi sicians without r
lief. For sale- at Smitb's drug stor
Newberry, and Aull, Hentz & Cc
Conge4ional Meeting at Longshores.
. The last Congressional campai
meeting scheduled for this county w;
held at Longshores on Wednesday. Tl
attendance was very small, only abol
one hundred persons, including ladie
being present. All the seven candidat
were present and delivered addressi
and received close atteniton.
As usual the crowd was undemonstr
tive and gave no applause.
Ju.t Look At Her.
Whence came that sprightiy ste
Sfaultless skin, rich, r..sy complexio:
smiling face.. She looks good, fee
good Here's her secret She uses D
* King's New Life Pills. Result,-a
organs active, digestion good, no be-i
aches, no chance for "blues " Ti
them yourself. Only 25c at all druj
- Rot Chase and Quick Capture.
Sheriff Buford went to Chappells c
the early train Wednesday morning f<
the purpose of captu.ring one Jest
* Coleman, colored, wanted in Edgefiel
en mthe charge of forgery. At 1:30 tI
anme day tlje negro was lodged in th
Newberry jail. Sheriff Buford receive
the warrant for his arrest about ti
first of June. Coleman fled to Georgi
and had been in that State some timi
* but the Sheriff kept a sharp look ou
- and located him on his return.
All were Saeed.
"For years [ tuffered such unto]
misery fro'm Bron,coitis," writes J I
Johnstorn of BM"ughtoni, Ga., "that o
ten I was unable to work. TIhen, wbe
*eversteneD~ e s.e fdiled, I wi.s wholl
cared by Dr. K ne s N.-w Discovery ft
C4osum ~tion My wife sutfered i:
- t.naalv fromj As hma, 'ill it <ured he
and all our exoerience g oes to show
is the best aroup medicine in ti
world." A trial will co vilJce y-ou it
unriva'ed for Throat and Lung di
* eases. Guaranteed bott les E3ec and $1.0
Trial bottles free at all druggist.
A !Narrow iscape.
Mr. Gary Johnson, who is engaged
trimming electric lights for the cit;
met with a serious accident yesterde
morning. While near the top of ti
electric light pole on the overhei
oridge he accidentally touched a Ii'
wire. He was held fast for some se
on4ds, and then dropped to the bridl
nearly twenty feet.below, falling up<
his bicycle. He was painfully hurt bi
it is not thought it will-be serious. H
bicycle was smashed up considerabl;
and it is almost miraculous that he hit
self escaped serious injury.
Look P'lenaoat. Ple,ase.
Photographer C. C. Harla', of Eato1
0., can do so now, though for years 1
couldn't because be 'utffred untol
agony from the worst form t'f inc ige
tion. All physicians and medicin<
failed to help bem till he tried Electr
Bitters, whbich wo' ked Nuch w anders f<
hIm that he declares th'-y are a go
send to sufferers from dyspepsia ai
stomach troubles Unrivaled for di]
eases of the Stomach, Liver and Ki
neys, they build up and give ne" li
to the whole system. Try them. On
50c. Guaranteed by all druwgists.
The Sheriff Brings In Another.
~Jesse Gilliam, colored, charged wi
the crime ~f house breaking and grai
larceny co itted on the place of M1
Press Booze'in the upper part of t1
county,' some time ago, has been cai
tured in Anderson County and is nc(
safely lodged in the Newberry ja
Sheriff Buford had held a warrant f
his arrest since the early spring, a:
has been on his track several time
Some time since Gilliam's family I
ceived $3.00 from some one in And4
son County, and later his wife went
that direction. The Sheriff havin
knowledge of these facts, his suspicic
were aroused, and he immediately se
a description of Gilliam to the Sher
of Anderson County, who succeeded
making the capture twelve miles bel<
the city of Anderson.
The clue was slender, but it was w
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
. ~Monday will be saleday.
The criminal court will convene Moi
tv The Sheriff will hold his delinquer
3 tax sale on Monday.
k, There were very heavy rains at ar
es around Chappells Wednesday night.
ig Mrs. J. L. Aull, of Dysons, is in tr
city with her son, Mr. E. H. Aull.
Mr. W. C. Tyree is spending a whil
at his old home in Wilson, N. C.
:e. Dr. D. L. Boozer will leave tomo]
C row on an extended visit to California
The senatorial and congressional car
didates spent Tuesday night in the cit.
Mr. P. B. Bowie, representing th
on Twin-Nickel Co. of Laurens, is in th
all Mrs. L. B. Aull and son have returne
"'- from a visit to relatives in Greenwoo
rn Misses Marie and Gertrude Bobb, c
Prosperity, visited relatives in the cit
id this week.
:e Miss Bertha Jacobs, who has bee
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Hoof, returne
to her home at Peak on Wednesday.
Prof. J. P. Cook, of the Un;versit
Publishing Co., spent a few days in th
city this week.
Miss Ellie Haltiwanger, of ColumbiE
e visited her sister, Mrs. Janie Reagin,
the city this week.
o. Great Sa4em J. H. Hair, of th
v. Improved Order of Red Men in thi
r. State, went to Laurens on Wednesda
is to reorganize a Tribe in that city.
Mrs. S. J. Wooten went to Columbi
yesterday afternoon, where she wi
. visit relatives. From Columbia she wi
le go to Saluda, N. C.
's Prof. L. W. Dick, of Anderson, wa
Ld in the city Tuesday in the interest o
Es the Presbyterian College for Women i:
>", A first-class barbecue will be fur
nished at Young's Grove on county cam
paign day, August 12, by Mr. W. J
as Rev. J. L. Williamson will retur
ie from Hendersonville tomorrow an
It preach on Sunday morning in the Pres
s, byterian church.
?s The Executive Committee will mee
?s tomorrow, Saturday, morning at
o'clock for the purpose of appointini
a- managers for the primary election.
The contract has all been signed up
the end of the old market has beei
torn away and the foundation for th
E' hose wagon house is being put down.
1 Mimnaugh's big cost sale continues
r. and his bold anr auncement on the firs
page of this paper declares that ther
has never been anything like it in New
Mr. H. A. Copeland, who has beel
one of the efficient clerks at 0. M
Jamieson's for the past few years, wil
nleave today to visit the "home folks'
at Clinton, from whence he will go in.:
few days to accept a position with:
dlive firm in Union.
e i cur Senach Ache in Five Kinutee
SThis is just what Painkiller will do
e try it. Have a bottle in the house fo
a instant use, as it will save you hour:
of suffering. Watch out that the deal
'er does not sell you an imitation, a
t the great reputation of Painkille
(Perry Davis'), has induced many peo
pIe to try to make something to sell
said to be "just as good as the genu
f teeting JameR tj Nance C,.mp.
n Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of James D. Nance Camp, No. 336
r U. C. V., will take place at 9:30 a. m.
2 on Monday, the fourth day of August
r, 1902, in the court house. All comrade:
siwill attend promptly, as we will havy
Sto close our meeting before 10 o'clocla
:s a. in., when the sessions court opens.
sJ. W. Gary, Commandant.
o. . L. Schumpert, Adjutant.
Newberry, July 28, 1902. 2t
A Care for Cholera Infanltum.
i"Last May," says Mrs. Curtis Boker
nof Book waiter, Ohio, ca infant chil<
i, of our neighbor's was suffering froa
ty cholra infantum. TDe doctor hai
le given up all hopes of recovery. I tool
Ld a bottle of (Chamberlaiui's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Rem>dy to the
re house, telling them I felt sure it wouh.
- do good if us.ed according to direct ions
e In two days' time the child had full;
recovered, and is now (nearly a ' ea
sineP) a vigorous healthy girl. I havr
it recommenided this Remedy frequenti:
is and have never known it to f ii in an:
,single inxstan3es." For sale at Smith1
drug store,Newberry, and Aull, dent2
& Co. Pomaria.
Tell Your Neighbors
2 that you have bought your flour fror
eBransford mills and you will be assure
.d that you could have not bought bette1
s This is a SATISFACTION TO YOU t
sstart out wvith. It is a comfort to knoi
>r that you have the best. Long use wi
- complete your satisfaction. It is th
d satisfaction from long use experience
f by housekeepers everywhere, that ha
fe established confidence in "Clifton
ly flour. Good words for it, which yo
hear on every hand, spring from thi
confidence. In justice to your best ir
th terestsdyou ought to use "Clifton."
rd Owensboro, Ky.
aewomnen and Jew.-ld.
P- Jewels, candy, flowers, man-thati
w the order of a woman's preferenc'
il. JeweIs form a magnet of mighty powe
orto the average woman Even the
orreatest of all jewels, health, is ofte
ad Zuined in the strenuous efforts to mak
s. or save the money to purchase thet
-e- If a woman will risk her h'-alth to get
-coveted gem then let her fortify hei
.self against the insiduous conse
in quences of coughs, colds and bronchi
ig atiections by the regular use o,f D
ns Bos -be's German Syrup It wi
nt promptly arrest consumption ini
early stages and heal the a-ff.seted lun
If and bonchial tum.s and drive the d rel
in disease from the system It is not
>w Icure-al, but it is a certain cure f
coughs, colds and all bronchial trouble
Yo catn get this reliable remedy
eli V. E. Pelbam & Son.
Get Green's Special Almanac.
MOLLOHON MILL STAKT
The Daughter of the President Pn
brottle Yesterday and the Hi
Spindles and Looms Filled t he
Promptly at one o'clock ye
d afternoon Miss Eugenia Summer,
ter of Pres. Geo. W. Summer,
the trottle of the engine at the
hon Mill, and slowly the big wh
gan to turn. Gradually it gaine
e until when it reached the limi i
hum of 10,816 spindles and 300
- filled the air.
1 It was an important event in 1
- tory of the progress of our ci
county and of South Carolina,
e added another factor in the it
e i upbuilding of a State which
Union is now second only to onE
d State in cotton manufacturing
d ceremony was public and a num
persons were present. Miss S
received liberal applause for the
ful and happy manner in whi,
y played the central part.
Remarkable progress has been
n since the enterprise was start
d has been just a little less th;
months since the first grouni
y broken, and the first cotton w
e yesterday. The contract was h
Mr. J. F. Grandy, of Greeiville
most modern machinery has be
stalled, and a class of goods A
made, which, up to this time, 1.
e yet been made by any other So
e mill. The present building is
stories in height, 104 by 233 ft.,
so constructed that the capacity
doubled without stopping the mi
a single day. When doubled, the b
d will have a capacity of 650 loon
The president, Mr. Geo. W. Su
S is an able business man, and un<
f management and that of the ;
n men associated with him, the n
bright prospects of great success
A NEWBERRY GIRL HONOH
Miss Fannie Mc'anghrin Appointei
sor for the "ons of Veterans
the Greenville Reuni )n.
The following announcement
appointment of Miss Fannie Me
t rin, of this city, sponsor for the
9 Carolina Division, United Sons o
y federate Veterans, for the ann
union of Veterans at Greenville
,gust 6th, appeared in the Ne
1 Courier of Wednesday:
e Commander Hagood, of the
Veterans, has announced the al
,ment of a sponsor and two mai
t the approaching annual reunion
e Veterans at Greenville, beginnin
- gust 6. Miss Fannie McCaughi
Newberry, will be the fair and y
a sponsor, and Miss Bessie Lee, of
.ter, and Miss Hattie Austin, of
1 ville, as maids of honor, will co
'the trio of Southern belles, wi
a represent the South Carolina Di
i United Sons of Confederate Vei
on this important occasion.
Shatters all Records.
.T wice in hospital, F. A. Gu:
SVerbena, Ala , paid a vast sum
3 tors to cure a severe case of
- causinir 24 tumors. When all
s Buckien's Arnica Salve soon
r h im. Su,dues Inflammation, co
- Aches, kills Pains. Best salve
world. 25c at all druggist.
Death of Rev. George A. Rise
Rev. Geo. A. Riser, after a lor
-ness with typhoid fever, died
home in Mt. Sidney, Va., on Ti
of this week. Mr. Riser was thir
years old and was a native o
county, being a son of Mr. John
who lived near Pomaria. He
for many years after arriving at
estate, but a few years ago he c
to enter the gospel ministry an
his farm and entered Newbera
lege. At the time he was marri
his wife was an encouragement
help to him during his years of
gle in the effort to secure an edu'
She was a Miss Chapman, also (
3 He was graduated from Ne'
College in 1897, and a year late
the theological seminary, having
r two years of the seminary aloni
e his college course. He was th
dained, and for a short time se
s charge in North Carolina and
,wards moved to Mt. Sidney, Va.;
he was serving three ch.urche;
He was also a brother of Rev.
J Riser, who died at Staunto:
dwhile serving the Lutheran chu
'that place. It was his request t
be buried by the side of his bro1
Staunton, and that request was
l plied with.
eHe had many relatives in this c
and was here in May on a vis
preached in the Lutheran Church
Redeemer, and very soon after
u turn to Virginia was stricken w
A YOUNG LADY'S LiFE MAVJ
At Panama, E'olombIa, by (ham
- olte, Cholera amd DJiarrho'ea Rei
s Dr. ('has. H. Ut ter, a prominei
. sician of Panama, C:>ombia.
:r cent letter states: "Last Marec
t as a patient a young lady sixtec
n of age, who had a vi ry bad at
e dysenter'y. Everythin'g I pre
1. for proved itieffectual and
a growing~ worse every hour. 11er
'were sure she would die. She
come so weak t hat she~ could n
1 over in bed. What to do at this
r. moment was5 a stuaiy for me,
1 though t of Chamberlain's Colie,
ts and Diarrhoea Remedy and
s resort prescribed it. The most
d ful result was effected. W
a ours she was feeling much e
:>r side of three days she was i
-.feet and at the nd of o~e week
at tirely well '' For sale at Smiti
store, Newberry, and Aull, Ien
HsAVHMAN CHAPEL LETTER
led the All the News Around Bachman Chapel a
ium o Union Academy Interestingly
A. Told by T. J W.
sterday The best news I have for the pub
daugh- is generally known already: Good s(
opened sons, fine weather and crops looki
Mollo- tip top.
eel hc- There is a heap implied in the we
d speed don't. But above everything else do
he full be a deceiver. It may seem to be
looms pretty broad expression to say thai
person who will deceive will steal, b
lhe his- nevertheless it is true. When you c
tv and ceive a man you have simply stolen I
for it confidence. If you have promised a
aterial of the candidates to vote for them dot
in the deceive them. Stand by your word
other Air as you are able. I hope if there a
The any such cases as this they will ta
ber of warning.
ummer Mrs. Mary Livingstone, of Columbi
grace- and Mrs. Sligh Meetz, of Saluda, a
2h she visiting their parents, Mr. and Mi
G. M. Singly, of Jolly Street.
made Miss Sallie Kibler, of Newberry, h
ed. It been visiting relatives and friends
mn ten the Excelsior community for the pa
I was week.
as fed Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bobb and ch
eld by dren, of Saluda, spent a few days wi
. The their parents the first part of the wee
en in- Mr. J. E. Long returned home wi
vill be Mr. Bobb.
as not Miss Mary Sligh, of Slighs, was t
uthern guest of Mr. J. K. Epps and fami
three Sunday and Monday.
and is Master Young Boozer who is workii
can be in Newberry roller mill also spent SE
1 for a urday night witl3 Mr. Epps.
uilding Misses Mattie and Lois Wedeman
is and New Hope section are visiting at V
S. J. Kinard's.
mmer, Mrs. H. S. B. Kibler of Newber
ler his came down with her children last TuE
entle- day to spend a while with her parent
iill has Mrs. S. A. Rikard and children a
visiting her mother and other relativ
this week. Mr. Rikard also came dov
El. on Saturday night and returned i
I spon- When- I get through you can see th
at some of our boys must be very mu<
stuck or struck on the Long Lane girl
f the Here goes Messrs. Joseph and broth
augh- Holland Wilson, George I and broth
South Alonzo Kinard and George W. Enlc
f' Con- all for Long Lale last Tuesday aft
ial re- noon. Also Mr. Thos. Epps will j
n Au- the crowd. But we don't suppose t
- a latter is struck in that direct:ion.
We verified our promise and spe
;ons of last Friday with our old friend Pu
point- and family. We found those melo
ds for and grapes just as he had represent
of the them, plenty in quantity and delicio
g Au- in quality. It might be well to say th
-in, of Push deserves his mom de plume 1
opular merit. Everything round about I
Sum- place denotes good management, eners
Green- and enterprise. Every part about I
mplete dwelling, together with his outbuil
0 will ings wvere made by his own hands, ai
vision, they are all well constructed as well
;erans, convenient. I am not speculating whi
I say that L. I. Epting is a good but
ness, self made man all the way throug
and he can be relied on. Mrs. Eptii
ledge, is also a noble, good woman, one w]
piles,- never knows when she has done enouj
failed, to make her guests feel at home. V
enred also have an abiding faith in their so
aquers T. B., who has spent one year of I
m the graduating course in the Lutheran Tl
ological Seminary of Charleston.
There will be a meeting of the joi
ig ill- council of Bachman Chapel pastorate
at his Prosperity on August 5th at 10 a. m.
esday The patrons of Union Academy w
ty-five meet Saturday morning at 10 o'cloi
f this for the purpose of electing a teach
Riser, for the next school term.
ma, The patrons met at the Academy la
lecided Saturday morning according to appoir
d sold ment and discussed the propriety
y Col- having an exhibition of the scho<
ed and After some discussion there was a vo
and a taken which showed six in favor ai
strug- six opposed; but finally a compromi
:ation. was agreed upon and it was decided
if this only have a picnic and omit the exhit
tion. Taking into consideration the i
vryconvenience of no shade at the Academ
r from it was also decided to have the pier
taken at the home of Mr. E. S. Franklin
r with better known as the old Ham. Felle
en or- place. The time agreed upon is on S
rved a urday, August, 30th. This is not
after- picnic for Union Academy alone; t
where public generally is invited to come.
Swhen is needless to say bring your baske
for you know if you fail to do this
Sidney will be all nic and no pic. We want
i, Va., make the day not only pleasant, b
rch at also profitable to all whio may be pre
hat he ent. TJhe following distinguished spea
her in ers have been selected to entertain t1
con- people: Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, Clerk
Court John C. Goggans, Rev. J.
ounty, Sligh, Rev. C. M. Boyd of Prosperit
it and and Jefferson Quattlebaum. The Uni
of the string band will furnish music for t
his re- occasion.
ith the Rev. P. H. E. Derrick closed I
meeting at Bachnman Chapel on Tut
(lay evenling. Rev. Derrick preached
most excellent sermon on Sunday moi
.rian ing to a large congregation, after whi
eE""the Lord's Supper was administere
H-e had to fill his appointment at
at phy.. Philip's in the evening, therefore the
n a re- was only one service at Bachman Chai
I a on Sunday. On Monday Rev. W.
.QLutz. of Prosperity, preached two het
scri bed stirring sermons. Rev. Lutz is an al
ae was divine, and preaches from his so
mrents Rev. J. K. Efird, of Little Mounta
bad be-r preached two sermons on Tuesday ti
itial made his hearers all feel that it v
ut I good to be there. The whole serv
bTolera was a perfect love feast of religion:
ra 1athe surrounding people of Bachrr
n gh Chapel, notwithstanding the campal
eer: in meeting at Prosperity on Monday a
on her Newberry on Tuesday. The congrej
Wd"t~tion held up wvell, which is another e
rs do. (lneta u )ol r rwn
,zC . eceta Gour ptoplent te herowingb
s,. M. and ont it into the hearts of
rest of our ministers to hold protracted
meetings at their places of worship.
na We need more stirring. Rev. Derrick
is doing a good work among his people.
We believe that he will prove to be a
lic pastor in a true sense.
I started an article some time ago
ng on criticisn; but for various reasons it
has been crowded out. I hope to be
rd able to complete it some time in the
near future and let it go for what it is
a worth. We need a little rubbing over
a along this line. Many a poor soul has
been thrown off the track of duty by
criticism. If I knev that all I have
Le- said and done was free from criticism I
is would be almost persuaded to think that
nv my life had been a failure. Whenever
," I make up my mind to take up the art
i t of trying to please everybody, I will
as have a little more fear of criticism.
ke SPECIAL NOTICES.
IT WILL furnish a first class barbecue
a, L at Young's Grove campaign day,
re August 12. Price 40 and 35 cents.
-s. W. J. MILLS.
FOR SALE-8-horse Talbot Engine,
as 50-saw gin and condenser and power
in press, also shingle machine-cheap.
st Apply to J. B. CLARY.
} INE LOAD BRADFORD MEL
il- lons. Saturday. I sell Groceries
th cheaper for cash than any house.
k. J P. COOK.
th WALL Paper can be had at Wooten's
where its kept in stock. tf
he WANTED-Scrap Iron of every de
ly " scription, and old machinery. Any
kind of fire wrecks or stocks. Write
for particulars. Address J. B. Gar
1g funkel, Columbia, S. C. t&f8t
YOU want a cool coat? You can get
it at Wooten's. tf
r. YOUNG JACK for service. Apply
to A. L. Knighton.
if M M. BUFORD.
s- JAVE things up to date. Send your
Collars and Cuffs to Newberry
re - __- -- -
es NO lutdle too small, none too large,
n to have our attention.
mf Newberry Steam Laundry.
n _ALL at The Herald and News office
for Labor contracts, Rent con
at tracts, Liens, etc
hGLEAN LNEN pays. In order to
S- have it this way send it to New
er berry Steam Laundry.
ALL business that's husini-ss is "rr
w ciprocity" business. We nelp
r- ho,e v no btlp us; it pays us as therr.
in The Newberry Steam . undrv.
1e F you have fault to find do not hesi
tate to tell us. All complaints are
nt carefully considered at the Newberry
aus ON EY TIO LOAN-We negotiate
.Ld.Lloans on improved farm lands at
~ eight per cent. interest on long time.
a Hunt, Hunt & Hun?er, Attorness.
~RUBBER STAMPS- ame stamp
371c per line. Pa'.ds 10c. Dates,
tis merchants marking outfits. J P. C"ook,
y Newberry, S. C., Ruboer Stamp Manu
is facturer. 6mns itaw
d- .PECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
idD your eyes ache and turn at
as night? I have tbe best trial case for
n fitting Spectacles and Eyeglasses, and
-can fit the m.st difficult e.yes, with the
proper glasses I have fitted glasses
hfor the best people ini the county and
ig can fit you. I use only the best grade
ao Crystaline lenses. Come and give me
ha trial and be convinced. Strictly one
rprice to all. GUY DANIELS,
lJeweler and Optician
.' THE Newberry Roller Mill is now
ready for grinding the nwcrop of
e- wheat. You can make engagements
for day or night. Remember they
-tgrnd for the tenth. The mill makes
tess seconds and shorts and more first
at class flour than the other mills. Hence
it will pa you to take your wheat to
ll them. Thir guarantee is more than
all other mill offers. Give them your
kgrnding and you will be better pleased
er than anywhere else.
t It dosn't pay to be a
"mile behind the band
of wagon. Be in it and
l- let the other feliw do
te the following. Moral.
id Sen dyou r laundry to
the Newberry Steam
- Laundry. ____
I. O. O.F.
c: PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
s,1 AEETS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
rs JLat 8 o'clock at their hall at the
Graded School building. Visitors cor
a COLE. L. BLEASE, N G
ae T. S. Hudson, Secretary.
It - EUA O M NCTO
tLoAmity Lodge. No. 87, A F.M
utwl eheld next Monday eve"ing at
s- 8(0 o'clock, in Masonic Hall. Vi-iting
k- brthren cordially welcom- d.
OTTO KLETTN ER, W. M.
e J. H. MI KINAND, Secretary.
T urman University
GREENVILLE. S. C.,
me ITLL BEGIN TH E NEXT SESSION
be on Wednesday, September 17th,
1902. Location convenient and health
s ful. Courses of study elective or lead
s. ing to B. A. and M. A. Degrees. Full
acorps of instructorand ample mess ac
acmmodations. Frother information
n apply to the President.
eh A. P. MONTAGUE, LL. D.
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t. STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA
e COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
>el By W. W. Hodges, Esq , Probate Judge.
- HRES S1B AULL MADE
trt Wsui.t tome, to grant. him Let
>le ters of Administration of the estate of
Lal. and efects of Carrie E. Aull, de ceased.
,The-e are therefore to cite and ad
'mnis h all and singular the kindred and
at creditors of tbe sa1id Carrie E Aull,
as deceased, that tlrey be andappear be
e fore me. in the Court of Probate, to t>e
orheld at Ne wberry Court H ouse, S. C , on
orthe 8th day of August next, after publi-.
ancaton th ereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
gn noon, 1;o show cause, if any they have,
nud wy the said Aaministration should
. . not be granted.
G;iven under my hand, this the
vi- [L.s.] Mth day of July Anno Domini,
th I wV W. HODG ES. J. P. N. C.
our entire s
be closed o
Also Odds an
tes, Wash Si
and you are i
and take advi
.adies Oxfords wori
Misses Oxfords at
Men's Low Cut She
Men's and Boys' S
hose worth 15c nov
now 7c., and man:
ehave ful stock Btterich
for sale by single c
20 yds. Sea Islant
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
80 lbs Special Drive T wist Chen
ing Tobacco at only 25c per 1t
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
in owders atol ac25eWs
t 0. KLETTNiER'S,
Mason's Frnit Jars-1 doz. i gali
at 99c , 1 doz qts. at 73e.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
100rpairs Children's1 Sppai
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
12 lbs. Arm and Hammer Ke
Soda at only 25c.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
10 yds. 40 in. Heavy Sheeting i
AT O.K LI
-- A Fair and sq
FULL 1 VALUE
(E thrown on
tock of Printed
I Organdies to
d Ends and Short
cales, Linen Batis
iks and Summer
In fact every de
been touched in
:he gainer. Come
rntage of this op
CUT S H OES.
:h $2.00, going at $1.00.
$1.50, going at $ .75.
$1.00, " at .60.
.75, " at .45.
the same reduction.
es at same reduction.
traw Hats at half price.
NS AND SWISSES.
8 1-3c. Those worth l0c
r other good things being
Patterns on hand, also Delineators
py or yearly subscription.
l Cloth at only 49 cents.
SAt 0. KLETTNER'S,
I11 lbs good Rio Coffee for $100
- At 0. KLETTNER'S,
Frnit Jar Rubbers at only 4e. doz.
-At 0. KLETTNER'S,
300 pairs Ladies' Slippers worth
-$1.50 going at 69e. a pair.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
13 bars Good Washing Soap at
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
g4 boxes of Star Lye at only 25c.
-At 0. KLETTNER'S,
tChina Plates, Cups and Saucers
at only 10e. worthb twice as much.
ure Deal Everytime. -
FnR OUR MONEY.