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All school books sold strictly for
at the Book Store. Please
tt't ask for credit.
Mayes' Book Store.
s Our sub.e, }bers.
tMr. Herman Werts is our anthorizcd
es'entatve to coHlect and receipt
subscriptions. We hope our friends
cal on him and pay the little
that are due us. We need the
and will appreciate any amount
may pay. We will be Absent from
ace for the greater part of the
for the next four months and we
our friends will not forget us.
ti ' i eries S0 mer colds.
On'S iet a cold run at this season.
er coids are tlh hardest k ind to
d If t,eglected may linger along
h A long siege like this will
The Strongest ooostitution.
daiIte Cough Cure will, break up
*t ats once. Safe, sure, acts at
Clres eongbe, colds, croup,
is, all throat and Inng tron'les.
re. like it. W. E. Pelham &
,sod Work en Calwel street
cby authorities are doing some
o aMwef street. The
beelikutanI away and a good
road is being made. The
reek from the Newberry Gravel
a bed cannot be beat in the
material for making streets.
permanent and lastig improve
the people should uphold the
of e city * thorities in such
a ' ,j wd tats.t.
ye liver medicine is a disap"
bas.oi doe't want to puree,
ad broak ne glands of the
ad' bowela. DeWitt's
Risers never disappoint.
the system of all poison
matter and does it so gently
enjog& the pleaSaut effects.
a soin to the liver. Cure
torpid liver and prevent
n- . EPatam &8on.
traum -s Ibd DeeqnaintaoeP.
a feni hours in Newberry
6 week and met a number of
aus and egqaintances. At
and News ofmce we met
onm f h ptominenlt men
. He is a candidate for
~n rom what we could learn,
of election are good. John~
-n enoaentione mn-ad
ae1 eple of Newberry elect
Beesse of the KEi..
petessio has advanced reore
.f .late. than -surgery, but it
not be used except where' abse
Geoeser.- n esesof pIlas for
t i.sedomused. DeWitt's
Base! Salve cures quickly and
.Una~pQalled for euts.
breises, wounds, skin diseases.
a, counterfelt. "I was
with blestlng plies that T lost
%Ioo0I and strength," says J. C.
Paris, Ill "DeWitt's W. itch
Salve onred ma ina s short time,"
1md heals. W. E. Pelham &
te o.e Naise street.
H. B. Wells has succeeded,
theassstaceof -our honorable
Mr. Otto Klettner, who bas an
and lastin~g improvements,
frotn the alley beyond Mrs.
Bradfley's, across Scott's creek
treagh the Purcell lot. This will
Sagreat improvement on Nance
-omeathing that has been needed
enmgUtige, and we hope ere long
enj9fing wDi be extended all the
~ tetOverseer Dorninick went to
em the improvement yesterday
" Tm Mtamp the D.ub'fmi Stat..
The fo&owing is taken from the Co.
nahia~ Record of the 18th. Mr. Lever
m iany friends and acquaintances in~
' Netberry, who will be glad to hear of
disintienthat are being heaped
iyan bpn. He isan able: debater and
SwfiLdo mnch good for his party in the
angranmanLever is in the city on
a~< way home. Mr. Lever has been se
~ ested as done of the speakers by the
mainnel Demncratic chairman, to stumpl
-iin of the doubtful States this fall.
~Mrs Lever is a good speaker and will
make a good impression wherever he
S#s He %lpeaks encouragingly ol
9- ~ Dieraic yys chances for suc
Take usee of the At.nmalch.
The m&in Or Womtan whose digeit.ion
- 4 F.eufeet and -wh..'.s stomach p'rriortnm
Its.very funftion is n'ver 4iek K- iel
Cleases, puriUes anid seAetens. the
-atoom'eh and cures positive'lv and .er
-m*nently all stomach rroubes, indiges
tien and dy'mpapsla l- is the wonder
fuil reconstructive tonic 'bat is mnakinie
.so many s~ick people well an~d weak
people strong by confv. yingb to hi
boidies all of the nu,ri4hment ini ths
food they eat. R-v. .1. H. flolladay. (1
curedy, cMnidr ,wit es:e Kodha
evused I consideia and bstrecvt
evrouled fo dspepsiaph and stomaet
Kooblsed. I asivenife. hak hyicians,
raaat ...a ... ma 'ratra a aft+r
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The graded schools will open next
Mr. W. A. Kinard visited in Abbe
ville last week.
Forepaugh & Sell Bros' big show is
headed this way.
Newberry College will open on
Maj. L. W. C. Blalock, of Goldville,
was in the city yesterday.
There was a pretty latge crowd in
town yesterday to see the show.
Miss Minnie Wessinger, of the O'Neal
section, visited in the city last week.
Miss Minnie Cannon, of Prosperity,
visited relatives in the city this week.
Mr. W. W. Riser was in the city
yesterday shaking hands with his!
Miss Mamie Renwick, cf Newberry,
is visiting Miss L. P. Walker in Spar
Be in time and avoid the rush at the
book store this week. Get your books
The cold wave struck us Sunday
morning and heavier clothing were in
Dr. James McIntosh advertises some
valuable property for sale at a bargain
in this paper.
Mr. H. C. Solomon has returned to
Newberry and will open a first-class
'Mr. Willis Voss,. who has been inj:
Charleston for the past few months, '
returned home Sunday. 1
Mr. J. W. Watts, who has been int4
Texas for the past two years arrived
in the city yesterday. 4
The Carolina Manufacturing Com
pany have enclosed their property in
this city with a neat fence.
Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, of Prosperity,
visited her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Ri
kard, in the city this week.
Miss Annie Bynum 'left Saturday
for Florence to. resume her duties in
tee graded school of that city.
Mrs. P. J. Voss and Children will re
tdrn today from S rna, Ga., where
they hatt been apeiiing the summer.
The Misses Matthews, daughters of
Mr. E. P. Ma*ews-eft yesterday for
Mont AmoenaSeminary, at Mt. Ple$s- -
ant, N. C. .
&. J. Wooten has in his new goods
and will he pleasd to, show them to
prospective buyers. "He has s'ome extra i
~The Ewart-Plfer Co.. announce in this 1i
pper that they are in the front rank i
this season with bright, new, attractive
goods. See them.
Great laeiem J. H. Hair will go to
Union tomorrow .to institute a new i
tiTbe of the Improved Order of Red I
Men. He will return Thursday. 1
Mr. -Theodore Danielsen went to
Lexington -Siturday and instituted a
new lodge of Odd Fellows, while Grand ~
I(ster Davis went to Newry on the
Oavidson College,.N. C., opened on
Sgtember 4th with the largest attend
ance'in her history. About ninety new
unen have registered, and the total
attenane will exceed two hundred.
T[r. T. J. Flow, of Mint Hill, N. C.,
is visiting his brother-in-law, Rev J. L
Wliamson. Hie brought with him his
little niece, Maggie Williamson, who
heraltar make her home with
1%v. J. IL. Williamson.
Mr. F. W. Higgins left yesterday1
for Union 'where he is interested ina a
bj real estate deal. From there he
wigo to Whitmire. and other cities
and towns befdre returning liome.
Mr, W. A. Hill has returned from
Abevlle where he went to be with his
friend, Wyatt Aiken, in the hour of
his success. He -says that the ovation
gien Mr. Aiken in his'liome was some
thng to make any man. feel proud.
Mr. Aiken gave a reception and the
whole town and county turned out to
pay honor to their son and the son of
his father, D. Wyatt Aiken.4
. Bachetat gasds.
An entertainment will be given for
the children Friday from 6 to 10 at the
Armory by the Bachelor Maids. There
will be many attractions; among them
Invitationl to All.
Everybody Invited-To call and in
spet the most complete line of Dress
Ood, Fannels and Silk Waistings.
Complete line of Shoes, Hats, Caps.
My millinery department is now com
plte with all the latest style Hats. So
come and let!Miss Annie Roberdts show
ou all the new things of the season
h in novelties and standards, an4
prices will be right, as we meet all
competition in price and polite atten
tion. W. T. Tarrant.
"Clifton" flour always satisfies be
cause it is always 'kept right up to the
standard-the highest standard of pu
rity and excellence.
"Clifton" possesses every quality
essential for making bread that is
white, light and sweet. The right fla
vor so seldom found in the bread made
from ordinary flour-that delicious pure
wheat flavor-is always found in the
bread made from "Clifton," which is
no ordinary flour, as most people know.
."Clifton" flour is milled from the
pick of the finest wheat grown; milled
scientifically, with the best of skill and
machinery in every detail of its manu
"Clifton" is easily a leader, and is
standing the test of thousands of fami
lies. If you do not use "Clifton" have
your grocery to send you a sack. The
satisfaction experienced by our many
customers is assured.
. ~..*YA 4.9 A V V AL. W - m
United uunday Schn-l Wnrk.rn.
The united meeting of the two Sun
lay Schools unions of our city, which ]
met in Central Methodist church on last i
Friday night, was a most pleasing suc- <
eess. All who attended were gratified
at the manner in which the meeting
was conducted, and of the growth of
the unions. It has been nearly two 1
ears since the Sunday School conven- t
tion met at Newberry, in the Church of <
the Redeemer, when Mrs H. H. t
Iamill organized a union here, with t
Mrs. M. A. Carlisle at its head. This
good woman has been indefatigable in
er efforts, and those efforts have been
rowned with success. She has many
o-workers who feel that their gain has
been great in the past monthl. and
would ask others to unite with them in
their studies. There are two weekly
meetings of these unions, one on Fri
lays at 4.30 p. m. in Central Methodist
.hurch, and the other same evening at
3 o'clock in one of the churches over in
West End. These are non-denomina
tional and very beneficial to all teach
ers, besides creating a unity between
those, who would otherwise, perhaps,
lever have the opportunity of being
thrown together. **
Car Cotton Seed Hulls just re
seived. Summer Bros.
A Narrow Escape.
Last Friday evening Mr. E. T. Carl
3on and Misses Marie Werber, Grace
3lark, and MiG- Byrnes, of Washing
;on, were out . aing, and at the railroad
3rossing in Helena, had a narrow es
:ape. The road had been changed and
litches cut across the old road, and it
eing dark and a train approaching
hey drove into the ditches. One buggy1
was torn to pieces and the other slight
y lamaged. All of the parties were
;hrown from the buggies and were
,lightly bruised. It might have been
erious, and they were fortunate in
saping as lightly as they did.
Car Cotton Seed Hulls just re
eived. Summer .Bros.
Won the Scholarship .
Mr. Cecil Wyche, son of Dr.. C. T. I
Wyhe, ef Prospe-ity, was the success- I
ul applicant for the scholarship in the I
suth Carolina Military Academy from t
his ounty. The examination was held t
sat Wednesday, and there were five ap- I
licants. All stood excellent examnina- '
ions. Mr. Charley Moore is the alter- C
Mr. Editor: ?Please eBo~w me :SPace *1
a your valuable paper to thank my I
any friends in. Newberry county for I
he large vote they gave me on Sep- r
emer 9th. I bope to be able to dis- i
are my dutie in a way that none of C
ny friends may ever regret casting I
eirbalot for ms. - - 4 i
Respeetfully, --. .
G. Sam Moore.
the Democratic votera of Newberry
Allow me to thank you all for. your ~
dndness to me in the election just held, ~
md espe*thank those who voted
*or me for their loyal, support, and to
basewho didntsjipport meI wish to
sy that. I have no ill feeling towards
~hem, and trust that -it will be my ~
>rivilege to again appear before you
'or Supervisor, and that I may be mnore
- J. Y.Floyd.
aW Freueston *inte to WeahtUgten and
Waew York via tsead Air
Line RatgWar. -
On acount of the G. A. R.reunion
it Washington, D. C., the Seaboard
kir Line will sell tickets to Washington
and New York and return at the follow
ng low rates:
)amden, S. C., to Washington....$10.00
" " " New York..$20.001
heraw, S. C., to Wahington... 10.00
" " " New York.. 0.00
jolumbia, S. C., to Wasinto... 10.00
" ~" "New Yor...20.00
)enmark, S. C., to Washington... 10.80
" "New York...20.00
'airfax, S. C., to Washington... 11.00
" ~" "New York...21.30
Proportionately low rates will be
riven from other points on the Seaboard
air Line. Tickets will be sold October
, 4, 5 and 6th, and limited to October
15th. By depositing tickets with joint
gent at Washington an extension of
imit to November 3d will be given on
ickets sold to washington.
The Seaboard Air Line is the short
ine and direct route to Washington
peratng the finest through double
lialy vestibuled limited trains with
deepers to New York. Call on nearest
Seaboard agent for rates and informa
tion, or address J. J. Puller, Tray. Pass.
Agt., Colnmbia, S. C.
Remaining in postoffice for week end
ing Sept 14., 1902:
B-C. J. Baker.
C-J. R. Crompton.
D-W. A. Dickert.
F-J. W. Franklin.
G--Scott & V. Green.
H-W. C. Holmes.
S -H. M. Sanders, Mabel Smith, Mrs.
Mrs. Ella Scott.
T -Willie Thompson.
W-Mrs. Lucinda White, S. D. Wright,
.Isek Wilson, Pearl Williams or
Persons calling for these letters will'
please say they are advertised.
(' T D.nw~J1 P M
Services at St. Lukres.
There will be preaching in St. Lukes
ppiscopal church next Thursday even
ng at 8.30 o'clock by Rev. B. B. Sams,
>f Columbia. The public is invited.
Card of Tharks.
I desire to thank the voters of New
>erry county for the handsome vote
hey gave me in the primary elections
>f August 26th and September 9th, and
o assure them that this expression of
heir confidence is highly appreciated.
J. M. Nichols.
(Ientr3' 1)0 and Pony Show.
Gentry's dog and pony show was in
he city yesterday and gave two per
'ormances to large crowds. This show
s always a favorite here, and the tent
s crowded with children who are always
>leased with the well trained ponies and
logs. The parade was one of the best,
ieatest and cleanest ever witnessed
iere and was cheered all along the line
>f march by the many eager and happy
:hildren. The addition to the show
iince their last visit here of two camels
md four elephants created much merri
nent for the children. Many new acts
were put on and the show this season
s far superior to what it was last year.
. Trip to L,eh Thriving Town of Protperity,
Having a desire to visit the much
alked of town of prosperity, S. C., I
aid to my better half let's take a trip
the town where they say goods of
irst quality are sold at astonishingly
ow prices. An early start, with good
oads, the trip was pleasant and easy.
kpproaching the town we saw the large
)rick store of Moseley Bros. towering
tway above anything iu town, an im
nense building for such a size town,
ifty feet wide and a hundred feet long;
;wo stories high and a large warehouse
nexed 32 by 100 ft. long and two
itories high. Upon entering that im
nense building the first thing to greet
is was the millinery department in
;harge of Mrs W. A. Moseley who has
ust returned from the north, having
elected a beautiful line of millinery,
nd we found beautiful pattern hats,
md everything up to date, and the
>rices startled us-so much cheaper
han we had been paying in larger
owns, and upon mentioning that fact
he reply came, no house rent to pay,
own taxes, &c., much lighter than
arger towns. Passing along further
ye met Mr. Sidney Duncan who has
barge of the dry goods, notion, shoe,
lothing, hat and cap, &c., department,
sisted by Mrs. C. T. Wyche and Miss
Cda Fellers, both experienced ladies,
leasant and popular. A few prices
nade to us convinced us that this was
he place we were looking for; and pass
ig along to the grocery and crockery
rare department, and needing some
hange, we called upon Mr..J. H. Hun
er, the popular cashier in their bank
ig department. Passing :further on
ye met Mr. Ira Boland and Mr. W. E.
oseley, popular and plaant young
nen who are in the grocery and hard
rare departments. We found that de
irtment full of fresh goods and prices
nd quality right in that department.
Before leaving we were invited by
he firm to visit their ware rooms, con
aining buggies, wagons, stoves, &c.,
ad we found good stock. They showed
is a nice carriage, the hundred dollar
td, for $75.00, also the famous
ad popular Iron King stove which
hey have been handling for years; they
a furnish repairs for this stove; also
aw other makes, the prices ranging
,om $7.00 to$23.00.
We were also invited up stairs to see
heir immense furniture, mattress,
pring and carpeting department. W6
round plenty of new, fresh goods and
>rices as in other departments right.
[hey showed usabeautiful upto date
et of furniture, roll foot bed, swell
ront bureau, German bevel glass for
22.49; reed rockers, the $2 kind, for
1.49; nice cane chairs, 60e. kind, for
ic, This firm sells old reliable Bay
state shoes, universally pronounced the
yest for the money on the martet..
I will mention a few other prices:
Etiverside plaids 5c., 3 yds. white home
spun 4-4 short lengths 5c.; standard
Irilling, short lengths, 6c.; yard wide
mdroscoggan bleaching, 10 yds. to a
sustomer, 7c., some people prefer it to
uttof the loom.; jeans 10Oto 30 ets.;
;hey have a special in embroidery and
nserting from 4 to 35c. In men's,
rouths' and boys' clothing they are
showing some bargains, having marked
;hem much closer than formerly. Their
xiys' knee pants for 25c. is a trade
wvinner. They sell good green coffee
i 1-3, 10 and 12 1-2c. a pound, granu
ated sugar 18 lbs. for $1.00, salt, 100
Ls. white sacks, 55c., 2 lbs. keg
soda c., 4 boxes star lye 25e.
They sell a ball bearing drop head
sewing machine, oak finished, a beauty
for $16.93; trunks from 35e. to $7.99.
A heavy 2-horse wagon for $45, body
and all complete, with 12 months guar
antee. A good one-horse wagon, body
and all, $27. A Dearing mower $40.
These gentlemen have been in busi
ness here many years and know where
and how to buy goods, and you can rely
upon their selling you good goods at
right prices. Give them a call when in
Prosperity, and put yourself to some
trouble to go and see their big depart
ment store and save money for your
self and family. Such a department
store as this is a novelty for upper
Carolina. They also do a jobbing busi
necs gross sutare, e $2.75;i matchey
45e. arots stakin powdcaer $.75; cney
6n -;par, bakin lb. r 18;ad
They-bu sugar, 5cotonsedanbsl
Thyouy oose and hul.se atnLn
.- maal onr1 hn11n Mr. Lawton Long
ment, they also sell Armor's guan
and have a special guano prepared fi
wheat. After leaving their polite po
ter, Levi, to load our goods we bid f
adieu and left for home well pleased.
'O TO J. P. COOK for Gold-Hunt
(G Flour. None better.
NICE STRAWBERRY Plants fi
3t Thos. F. Harmon.
Telephone subscribers-Add to yot
' hone lists: J. F. Eptin , residene
f34. L. W. Floyd, manager.
OAR LOAD TEXAS Red Seed Oai
~ just arrived at Moseley Bros
Prosperity, S. C.
CARLOAD TRUNKS just receive
Prices lower. Come early. S.
B EAUTIES-Lace Curtains, 39c. pr
50c. pr., 75c. pr., and finer, i
MILL DAYS-From now on w
grind Thursdays and Fridays on]
unless engagement is made.
3t Schumpert Roller Mill.
'JAVE tbings up to date. Send yuu
-A Collars and Cuffs to Newherr
TE WILL CONTINUE TO SEL
V for thirty days Granulated Suga
20 pounds for $1.00.
4 boxes Star Lye for 25c.
6 bars Octagon Soap for 25c.
2 pounds Tarbell Cheese for 35c.
2 pounds Soda for 5c.
We carry the largest stock of Ti
bacco in Newberry for 35 cents p
pound to $1.20.
THE SMITH CO.,
Main street, Mittle Corner,
4t Newberry, S. C
AFE DINING ROOM.-Meals ca
C be had at all hours at the Cal
dining room on West Main street, o
posite Klettner's. Always the best ti
market affords at very moderate price:
Meals served in any style to suit an
taste. Fresh oysters always on hanc
t McKenzie & Son.
OTTON SEED WANTED-We hav
C made arrangements with some c
the largest oil mills and are prepare
to pay the very highest' price for cotto
seed. When you have seed for sa]
call to see us. Respectfully,
4w Summer Bros.
YOUNG JACK for service. App!
to A. L. Knighton.
if M. M. BUFORD.
MONEY TO LOAN--We negotiat
loans on improved farm land
at seven per cent. interest o
amounts over one thousand dollars
and eight per cent. interest on amount
less than $1,000. Long time and eas
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
RUBBER ST A MPS - Name stamn
15. per line. Pads 10c. Date:
merchants ma.rking ouftnt. J. P. ('ool
Newberrj, S. C., Rubber Siamp Mant
act urer.ms Itaw
* PECTACLES8AND EYEGLASSE
Do your eyes ache and hurn a
night? I have the best trial case fc
fitting Spectacles and Eyeglasses, an
can 6it the most difficult eyes, with th
proper gIass4es. I have 6itted glasse
for the best people ini the c.ounty anl
can lit you. I us.e onl y t he best grad
Crystaline lenues. Come aud give U)
a trial and be conavinced. Strict ly on
price to all. GUY DANiELS,
Jeweler and (.ptician.
lello Centrall!-Gl-Be Me 41
e Jerberry Graite Front
Gonfectinery ani Baerl
They have all kinds of B3read
Patent Bread, M ilk Breat
Grabam Brend, ('r-amn Breadl,
Cap Bread, R, e Bread,
Kimmel Seed R., e Bread,
Boston B3rown Breat
Largest assortment of fresh, fanc
akes ever shown here bfore.
Orders taken by Telephoone and di
livered free of charge as we have ou
our new delivery wagon.
Call and see us, or ring. up Phog
H. A. Meyer & Son.
Mrs. R. C. Williami
respectfully in f or m
the ladies of Newberr:
and vicinity that sh'
has opened an Ex
change for the pur
chase or exchange of Ia
dies', children's and menu
second hand clothing, an:
solicits their patronage..
Persons on business wi
please call at the E xchangE
Crotwell Hotel, first floor
between 9a m. and 4p. rr
Just returned from the North wil
a beautiful selection of
and invite 3 on1 all to icispect ther
Your Watch and Clock work soli
ied, anid work gnaranteed.
Thaking you for past favors, ai
hoping for a conitinnan:ce, I am you
for the m1oney.
~ Jeweler and Optician
SAE HAVE foi
VY for this den
line of Biacks as
Fabrics in the N,
Ideas for Fall.
rivaled in LownE
Variety of Style.
';you before begii
chase to careful
AVE YOU ex
line of Wai
Tricot, full assor
at :25c. per yard,
able price for th
Other Waist (
and Solid Color;
SIN THE FRONT
OaOTIKTNG, S EIC
WHY! Becatuse we hav-- no shoi w<
h! e$of every biri li tb h s
make it EASY FOR US TO UNDERd
townl or the State.
SCHLOSS BROS.' CI
unapproachable in style We nadt is
ThE STdTSOfN] FLORS El
8H FOR WOMEN I N AL SY
ea est ty and a pa
cal qa sl1ty.
UNDERWEAR,00SF RT AND TIE
We have-n'c time~ to go into detailsi.
th God tri nw .nd they come uoder
and nder elI all i.ompetitors. ris d
STHE KOOL DAYS ARE HERE AN
E can show you soi
_ Wool Dress Goods
waistings are beauties
1.LOVEL.Y SIL.KS FOR i
We have the clothing
form to lines of beauty.
Fit". Try us..
RUGS' A great saving
, bare spots in the
.* have a good looking room
In our next ad. we wil
e and tell you of some gr
d We want you to see
rpleasure in showir.g yo
purchase or not.
land with a full
well as Colored
ew and Popular
This line is un
.ss of Price and
We would ask
ning your pur
ly compare our
amined our new
st Flannels and
tment of Colors
a very reason
is really Merito
loths in Styles
a 50c. per yard
etitiorZ - ..
C OlaInite One anAll M1'8oeTheir
wn, eight or ten year old staff on our
wv. Becaus - all our IGoods -mraei.
[. BL aae th' a are fa ts, ao4 they
ec.Mause w eao can-fl It and d~i.e I i
SA8OES FOR Mt'EO S
to reco,mmead. Q'iita 3 k eno.w a't it?
L ES AND QLUA LITY. They are sure
That's one reason why we sell them.
-ice les ,ha( stylIsh hat of the identi
F'OR GENTLEEN. Sl'APLE DRY
A T BUYifN G PUBLIC.
what vu ill 'had eke-'ir. recu
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