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TOXX I'A I . PA rl4't In&. IN l'.K ."1'
The phosphate interests of the Stat
are not near as large as they once wer
and the revenue is not what it was
though even yet the industry is not ir
ptfie t.y Thv revenue to the Stat
is now about $125,000 a year. One a
the largest companies that was in th
business, the ba, dow
and gone out o ie s.;Uince th
opening of the nes Floda th
price has gone doin, and;'besjes, th
Florida rock is s4 to be peior t
the South Carolina rock, and .yet th
companies now oppratingin South Car<
lina have good denmand fo&th* :eitpt
and are making negey.
It was our pleasure last week to g
with the phosphate commission on th
annual tour of inspection of the worki
The party was composed of Phosphai
Inspector T. J. Cunham, Gov. M. I
McSweeney, Col. J. H. Manning, Co
D. H. Tompkins, who are members <
the commission, Col.' U. X. Guntei
repreFenting the attorney general, M
Jesse Gantt and the writer. -At Alle1
dale, where we had a stop of sever
hours, we were joined by Capt. A. R
Anderson; superintendent of the C. R
C. R. R., and Mr. E. Williams, ti
general freight agent, and Col. W. (
Mauldin. Capt .. n. on tei
dered the cpkivi ear whic
added very muc to t he comfoit of ti
the foe IRre which are a cn
pon for corresponding eight monti
of 1901. and 1902, including the fir
eight months of each year:
Tons rock Royali
on hand Aug.3:
Company. Aug. 31,1902. 1902.
Stono mines........... $1288.i
Coosaw Co......... 500 5095.
Coosaw Co.......additional 187.(
Beaufort Co.. 21852 4687.4
Co 1 ....:.....,." 1 ' .' 28G
* 38736 $19340.f
Steno mines.......... 0 $1409.Z
Coosaw Co............. 36364 3320.C
B.!........ . 655 5410.7
B'iot ad h Enpr. Itis si
these-bnisat hiessf ai
up.work in .that part of the territor
* ba4vd ed by. the Coosaw Co. Th~
4~tbout. as, good as it eve
was ardthe suppyissnamotne
'Itis a big indbstry and worthy tb
attentfod of the -State Geologist in cor
neetion with the Inspector.' The ro3
alty ia-dfrect incoine to-the State an
eatseny thesalary of the Inspectc
ad.the expense of the annual inspea
Beaufort is an interesting old tow
ndM the people the most hospitable.
We aio madea stop at Port Roya
adtbe kiaval station. It looks almos
lke acrimne to tear up all the wor
- that has beeni done here, and we don
belivete government will do it.
'at Iass dry dock and excellent mi
d hine shops trpon which a great deal c
mossy has been spent. It looks asi
n mght ibe used for some. purpose
evni h tto imoed to Chai
The work of wiping out factions
* bitterness apd partisan strife has al
reisty been accomplished and Gol
- NSweeney very largely did the worli
- lIn the.aministration of the affairs c
the ofie Gov. McSweeney has not rec
ognized the old factional lines, be
has always ~tried to do what was beu
fr the whole people of the State an
hatriedalsto re-estabish local sell
* governut by being guided in makini
- ppogrtments in the several countie
b~y the recommendations of the me
w&d haie been trusted by the people t
represent tiem. There has been n
town -against country during his ad
aministration, and but for the con
servative and business-like course pur
sued by Governor McSweeney the nomi
nation of Capt. Heyward would no
have been probable. We are glad t
see that Capt. Heyward -says he i
going to keep up the policy pursued b;
Gov. McSweeney and keep down al
-factional differences and make an earn
est effort to be the governor of all th
people. In this course he will havy
the endorsement of all the good peopl<
of the State, and his administratioi
will go down in history with the gooi
will and well done of the people of th
The Spartanburg Herald says it hai
learned from experience and a fail
- trial of both plans that it does not paa
to enforce the rule of cash in advanct
for subscriptions. We have found il
difficult to enforce any rule in the mat
ter of collecting subscriptions. We be
lieve that the great majority of the
people who subscribe for a paper wil
pay for it and that all of them intent
to pay for it. The trouble is that mosi
of them put it off too long and the editoi
- Lbsns htsbsns s"e
AL binessithat business We re
cipr wociy bepusineass an them
Tho e No elpers; itas undthem
The Newberry Steam Laundry.
WeiL ind ItPmw.
As I never hear from West End, I
will let people know we are still alive.
The ice cream festival given by the
- Lutheran church was quite a success,
e and we were so glad to see our Mollo
a hon neighbors so well represented.
Palistine and our boys played an
- interesting game of ball Saturday
e afternoon. The score stood 17 to 9 in
f favor of Palistine. Well, look for West
e End the next season. They are going
a to fence in their ground and they will
e have the finest ball park in the State.
e That's right boys, get together and all
e take an interest.
o I know our popular superintendent
e and president will help you, nothing
- helps a town more than an up-to-date
t bal team.
I see our boys wearing our next
o 'mayor's picture.
e Miss Mary Sanders, of Pacolet, is
. visiting her brother Thomas.
e Miss Nancy Eieon has returneJafter
spending several months with her
father at Maybinton.
f I presume the canidates are glad that
the election is over and the final roll is
called. They have been putting in some
hard licks, many of them appear al
most worn out from the unusual exer
e "Clifton" flour always satisfies be
cause it is always kept right up to the
h standard-the highest standard of pu
h rify and excellence.
e "Clifton" every quality
essential for making bread that is
d 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.
f"Clifton" lour is milled from the
pick of the finest wheat grown; milled
5 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
7 your grocery to send you a sack. The
0 satisfaction experienced by our many
customers is assured.
0 BRANSFORD MILLS,
0 Owensboro, Ky.
5Ctrd of Thanaks.
5 desire tank-the people of No. 4
i Yowbsip for the canaldence reposed in
8 handnamevote in the recent pri
eletin, ndespecially .do I ap
Spreciate the complimentery vote at my
Shome box. I have endeavored to serve
Syou faithfully in the past, and will try
e tdo soin the fuiture.
W. F. Suber.
e Avoid serious results of kidney or
r bladder disorder by taking Foley's
Most people don't think it isnear as
e bad to rde aroundminBabylonmi a cab
as to live in it.
d Foley's Kidney Cure makes the dis
rs.ased kidneys sound so they will elimi
nate the poisons from the blood. Sold
by Gilder & Weeks.
n The time to control yourself is when
some one else will control you if you
t A New Jereo, Edat.s's TOStim 'aRal.
kM. T. Lynob, Editor of she Phillips
t burg, N. J. Daily Post, writes: "I have
used many kinds,. of medicines for
Scoughs and colds in my family but
-never anytbing so good as Foley's
fHoney and Tar. I cannot say too much
in praise of it. Sold by Gilder &
When friends fall out the devil falls
into an easy job.
rees swslneu to limese size.
I "I had kidney trouble so bad," says
.3. J. Cox of Valley View, Ky., "that I
co,uld not work, my feet were swollen
*to immense size and I was confined to
-my bed and physicians were unable to
f give me any relief. My doctor finally
- prescribed'Foley's Kidney Cure which
tmade a well man of me. Sold by Gil
der & Weeks.
~ Whether he needs it or not, every
man should try to borrow money so as
ty .learn who his friends are and also
never to lend.
SDoctors Could not Belp Her
, "I had kidney trouble for years,'
writes Mrs. Raymond Conner of Shel
ton, Wash., "and the doctors could not
-help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure,
- and the very first dose gave me relief
- and I am.now cured. I cannot say too
much for Foley's Kidney Cure." Sold
by Gilder &Weeks.
>The handicap which a person starting
a out in life cannot overcome is to be
-known as a bright young man.
1 Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
- adapted for chronic throat troubles and
will positivelv cure bronchitis, hoarse
ness and all bronchial diseases. Re
fuse substitutes. Sold by Gilder &
IA man can make a woman suffer all
he pleases without turning her against
him, but he must not ignore her.
Uged for Pheum,nIa.
Dr. 3. Bishop, of Agnew Mich., says,
"I have used Foley's Honey and Tar
in three very severe cases of isneumonia
with goodresults in every case." Re
fuse substitutes. For sale by Gilder
You could not get a girl with freckles
to worry about such trifles as the
Cured Hemorrhage. of the Lungs.
"Several years since my lungs were so
badly affected that I hadl many hemor
rhages," writes A. M. Ake of Wood,
Id. "I took treatmenu. with several
pysicians without aniy benefit. I then
started to take Foley's Honey and Tar
Isazd my lunge are no'w as sound as a
bullet. I recommend it in advanced
stages of lung trouble " Sold by Gil
I der & Weeks.
W E, AS CITIZENS AND VOTERS
of the Town of Newberry, here
by nominate Jno. W. Earhardt for
Mayor of said Town, and pledge him to
abide the result of the Democratic pri
mary. CITIZENS AND VOTERS.
I R. E. C. JONES IS HEREBY
nominated for the office of Mayor
of the city of Newberry, subject to the
result of the Democratic primary elec- -
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for Mayor of New
berry, and pledge myself to abide the
result of the primary election.
IDOBT. H. WELCH IS HEREBY .
announced a candidate for Mayor I
of Newberry, and is pledged to abide
the result of the primary election.
For Alderman-Ward 1 3
H. B. WELLS IS HEREBY AN
nounced candidate for Alder
man from W , and pledged to abide
the result of the primary election. 6
MR. E. Y. MORRIS IS HEREBY
announced a candidate for Alder
man for Ward 1, and is pledged to
abide the result of the pnmary election.
CITIZENS OF WARD ONE.
For Alderman--Ward 2 (
WE HEREBY ANNOUNCE JACOB
L. Dickert as a candidate for
Alderman for Ward 2, and pledge him
to abide the result of the primary
election. VOTERS WARD 2.
For Alderman-Wsrd 3.
LTB. AULL IS HEREBY AN
L . nounced acandidate for Alderman
from Ward 3, subject to the Democratic
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN PRE
senting Dr. Van Smith as a
suitable man to serve Ward 3 as Alder
man, and pledge him to abide the result
of the Democratic primary election.
RESIDENTS OF WARD 3.
For Alderman-Ward 4.
M ANY FRIENDS OF MR. J. J.
fLangord place him in nomina
tion for Alderman from Ward 4, and
pledge him to abide the result of the
For Alderman-- Ward 5.
HE friends of T. S. Hudson hereby
T announce him as a candidate for
Alderman from Ward 5, subject to the
rIE DS OF S. K. BOUKNIGHT
tae lsure in presenting him!
as a caddt or Alderman from
:Ward 5. and pledge him to abide the'
result of the primary election.
notice cf fil lStllcROIna aRil D18hlr18
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT
I will make a final settlement on1
the estate of Mrs. Eula Mabelle Mar-j
tin, nee Stewart, in the Probt Court
of Newberry County, S. C., on Tuesday,
the 2Sdday of October, A. D. 1902, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, and will im
mediately thereafter apyfor Letters
Dismissory as gurinof the said
estate. MRS. 1DA N. BOOZER,
Newberry, S. C., Sept. 20th, 1902.
N TCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a metngof the stockholders of::
the Bank of Prosperity will be held in
the office of the said bank, in the townE
ofOctbe,19 to conside an amen
ment to section five of the charter of
said Bank, which said 'section reads as
follows, to wit:be
"Amount of capital stock to b
twenty-five thousand dolr number:
of shares, two hundred and flt,of the
par value of one hundred dolr."
The proposed amendment, provides
that the number of shares shall be five
hundred of the par value of fifty dollars,
so that said section when amended shall,.
read as follows, to wit:
"Amount of capital stock to be
twenty-five thousand dollars, number
of shares five hundred of the par value
of fifty dollars.I
Done by order of the Board of Di- a
rectors. A. G. WISE,
President of the Bank of Prosperity.
T HE PATRONS OF JOLLY STREET.
ischool will meet on Friday after
noon, October 3d, for the purpose of
electing a teacher at a salary of $30 U
per month. All aplcations must be
mby that time. W. B. BOINEST,
Sec'y Trustees, Slighs, S. C.
T EBOARD OF SUPERVISORS
THf Regstaton will meet at the'j
1town of Prsp'ty on the last Monday|
Iof this mot,the 29th inst, at 10 a. m. t
Thos. E. Epting, Chairman.
Thos. J. Wilson."
J. W. D. Johnson.
Members of Board.
NOTIC IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT2
Nthe books of registration for the or
town of Newberry, S. C., are now be
open and the undersigned as Supervisor so
of Registration for said town will keep ch~
said books open every day from 9 p. rn.,
until 5 p. in., Sundays excepted, m- be
eluding the 1st day of December, 1902. 0
W. S. LANGFORD, Bi
Sept. 3d, 1902. Sup. Reg. st
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Notice to Creditors. lir
LPERSONS INDEBTED TO r
A 'he estate of Wilson Counts, de
eased, and all persons holding claims mi
against the same, are hereby notified st
o make payment, or present claim on
duly probated to Messrs. Hunt, Hunt toi
& Hunter, attorneys, at New berry, th<
. C., or to the undersigned, at Pros- ba
erity, S. C., on or before September
0th, 1902. S. L. FELLERS,'
It dosn't pay to be a
ile behind the band
wagon. Be in it and 2A
etthe oowing.l Molm
:hen ourwindMr to.o
thendyu Newberry Stea Sc
Ready for the
The Shoe II
W ITH the greate:
- and the loweE
DUIJ Offerings in
Goods and S
:ompetition, and we pros
reference by offering gr
We seek new cus
IT PAYS YOU'
It is easy enough to k
ne the goods and get th(
ecause you will find eve
othing in all grades and
MEN'S SUITS -
$3.90 to $20
To Suit all People.
this market. A]
50 cents, worth
rice at the mill is no less. Good
heck Homespun, great value at 5
est Prints, 5c. Best 4-4 Sheeting
SHOES FOR MEN . -
9c $5.00 -
BEST SHOES FO
Something very special in Boa
nd give satisfaction. . . High-ci
.0, The Kind others sell for $1.:
e Nave the Stook! We Nai
Come to us and let us make y
fore, here or anywhere else. ..
rices and great values will convin
'or Sale-Land at a! Sheriff'sDelinm
Barg3in- i YVRTU OF
road to Kempsons Fery r Ie Oc or 10, t(Sal
Id as a whole, or divided to suit pur- vi.
3Aerslin o road from New- co tract of landd
r oLngshoe o n mil fromn ce morc
Neal mi.t ie farmingand on (99 Ace, n
sh Rvr. G o d ae s of Ge.Sle:
pleforesrt, goo spr n fwater, an Sheriff
e rom Whitmirs, goo dwelling,
bles and all necessary tenant houses A n a
Ac i ES godrear Splendido eptembe
Sand- torenlands,wt odpsue X OIEI E
Citiearond To beebotg. A ecton"
rgi A sl to y C ourE HoMa e in e
dAy S pt Mber26 h , rieaM. J SoteO-IN
.,toheaber r y S the B ard . to5N . RIN., ue
tees oALAeJOIsNONent and"
- - Ch airan fo thae purose
et intem peraiue New beNewberryot, . .
Fall Trade at J
Dry Goods I
ouse of Ne'
t attraction in spler
Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
taple Dry Goods contii
)ose to strengthen our h
eatest values ever know
tomers by inspiring con
TO BUY AT JA.
>uy at Jamieson's when
a prices. IT PAYS YOU TC
ry statement just as we
e a Few POI
Wide Range of Valv
fabrics equal to the besi
SEE THE GREAT VAIJ
)CK OF H A%T
1 grades-25 cents
DIC~' ON STAPLE Gi
IX1~a Island, heavy.ar
Check Homespun at 4c, the km<
c ayard. . Good Prints down
(5c. Jean Pants 59c--a specialt
DR ALL THE PE(
R CHILDREN ON THI
rs' Shoes, made by Powell & Cam
t Brogans, 75c. . . Ask to se
! Right Prices!I We Are Ga
our dimes and your dollars go ft
We are wide-awake, ready to
The Head to
AN EXECUTION [1
IN byherrL. EpjA ,
.ythet6th dayfl But remember yos
'ollowing property, Cash works for yc
aNo. 4 Township at the departmei
lundrd and Ninhuseo
sah. Purchaser to
[ebryCounty. They Keep every
ept. 15, 1902. thing from a cambr
needle to a foul
>OI ctionl horse wagon.
YGIVEN THA 'Godsb arriving daily. Don't bi
vberry, S. C., on ii i rh. you pay tIhe other fl
26 902,uerom1 .'i.:' for gods A ask you
eq of the two-mill, Look! Look ! Look!
tax"il vt"'oy;; eey BrOSr
ose who oppose will L -l.der of L ,w Pries,
.i oax." Prcsperity, S. C.
retar. t2t be~ u zv ~ui '1L outh
I , ocne too large-, I u th . '- d Iat i)I~ Newbe
2.l.O."' c,,. a S tm Laund r a ti~Ne c
steam Laundry. St~3Iii Laundry.
idid new goods
iue to eclipse all
old upon popular
you stop to exam
I BUY AT JAMIESON'S,
print it in our ad
tailor made goods.
5 Cents to $6.00:
ok Well andWear Well.
*Ever seen in
up. Fur Ha
ODS---40 inch wide Sea
d smooth, 6c a yard. The
i others sell at 5c. Good
to 3ic--a great bargain
y for good quality.
HOES FOR WOMENI
75cto $3,50 i
~MA RKE T.
pbell. guaranteed to wear
e Jamieson's Brogans at
ing to Sell the Goods!
rther than they ever did
sell you goods. . . Our
Just rtfrre~d from dhe North, with
.ra beautiful ueection of
anid invite yon all to inspect them.
IC X.ur Wa tch1 and Clook work soIi(
,d a:idok guarantehd.
Thla, king y ou for past favors, uiou
"h hoiug for a continuc, I amn youra
~fur th wocla.y.
.Jeweler and Optician..
re~ (L~[AN LINEN pays. In orde~r uo.
ry' ha.ve it this way send iL t.o New
oeirv ~t.eaui Laundry-.