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NEWaE,KY t'oTrT -KIE t'.
(Corrected by Summer Bros.)
Good Middling ................... 8c.
Strict Middling................. 8c.
Middling. ........ ......... 8c.
Rea% F.stat. fo,r ZaIe.
The National Bank in this issue ad
vertises several pieces of real estate
for sale at bargains. See advertise
W. O-r, U. ~N.
The members of, and those interested
in the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, of this place, wi c carnestly re
quested to attend a meeting at the
Central Methodist Church Tuesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Miss Edith Henderson, President.
o)oIPge Servicer at the I.- 1eran Church.
Beginning with next Sunday evening,
the first Sunday evening in each month
will be set apart at the Lutheran Church
of the. Redeemer as Newberry College
evening. On these occasions the col
lege students will take entire charge of
the music, and the sermon will be
preached especially to them.
County Books of Kegistration.
The.county books of registration will
be open in Newberry on next Monday,
and this will be the last day upon which
a certificate can be secured. It is im
portant that every citizen of the town
who has not done so should register,
inasmuch as county a registration certifi
cate is necessary in order to vote in the
municipal election in Decemher.
Tmprovems-nts at the C. nn'y Home.
Supervisor Schumpert has under way
some excellent and much needed im
provements at the county home, includ
ing a barn and several additional pau
pers' houses. When these improve
ments are completed, the home will
have been made commodious and placed
in a general good condition.
D.ath of M. B. UavC,port.
Mr. M. B. Davenport, of near Den
ny's, Saluda county, died on Friday
afternoon, aged about fifty-five years.
The cause of his death was paralysis.
Mr. Davenport was born and reared
in Saluda county. He was a successful
farmer, and a high-toned gentleman.
He was the father of Mr. J. D. Daven
port, of this city, and Mr. George Da
venport, of Saluda.
Sabb sth tschool Unton.
We see by the Newberry papers that
Mrs. M. A. Carlise is quite active in
the Sabbath School Union work. Mrs.
SCarlisle was elected President of the
Union, which was organized two years
ago at the State S. S. Convention. This
work was put in good hands when it
was assigned to Mrs. Carlisle. Her ef
fdlts are being crowned with success.
A very enthusiastic meeting was held
last week. -A. R. Presbyterian.
-Hearing tn Baiukruptcy.
A hearing in the matter of Chas. J.
Zobel, of Helena, bankrupt, has been
ordered for the 13th day of -October, at
11 o'clock a. in., before the United
States District court in Charleston.
At this time all known creditors and
other persons in interest may appear
to show cause, if any they have, why
the petition of the said bankrupt, pray
ing for a ~discharge from all debts
provable against his estate, should not
caugwana use- len Jai!-.
George Caughman, the negro who
killed Mr. Edward Adams on Tuesday
morning, died in the Newberry jail
early Saturday night. It will be re
-member that Caughmnan, being hotly
pursued, on Wednesday morning shot
himself twice, the balls entering one
on each side of the bowels. When dis
covered on Wednesday afternoon it was
known there was no chance for his life.
The negro was given medical atten
tion, Dr., J. H. McCullough being the
physician in the case.
Th., hiarlow M iustitis
The "Great Barlow Minstrels,".un
der the management of J. A. Coburn,
appeared to a large - audience in the
opera house here on Friday evening.
The performance was good and clean
throughout. . The scenery and costumes
were beautiful and appropriate, the
jokes were new and laughable, and the
songs were rendered with feeling and
effect. The acrobatic features were
In fact, it is a first-class minstrel
troop' and one that gives .a show that
is pleasing throughout.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Derrick died at their home at Little
Mountain on Wednesday, aged eight
months. The remains were interred at
Holy Trinity on Thursday..
Mrs. Ben Moore, daughter of Mrs.
L. M. Counts, died at her home in
Prosperity on Friday last. For several
weeks she had been confined to her bed
with Bright's disease, and this was the
cause of her death. Interment at Sing
ley graveyard Saturday at 10 o'clock.
She leaves a husband and one little
Mrs. Martha Ann Wise, wife of John
Wise, deceased, died at her home ip the
lower part of the county on Sunday
morning, aged about 70 years. Inter
vnnt* u~ti~i.thiu ~t. Macedonia.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Work on the septic tank near O'Neall
street is being pushed.
Innes and his band will be in New
beery at an early date.
Mr. J. B. Setzler, of Pomaria, spent
several days in the city the past week.
Some good substantial work has re
cently been done upon the city streets.
Miss Lillian Jamieson went to Union
yesterday to enter Clifford Seminary.
Mr. J. Roland Lyles has a position
with the Southern railway as extra
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Counts, of
Little Mountain, visited relatives in the
city the past week.
Mrs. Mary Rhoden and son, of Gran
iteville, are visiting her father, Mr.
J. N. Bass.
The last of the union services was
held in the First Baptist Church on last
Mrs. M. C. Cook has returned from
Lexington, where she has been for the
past few weeks.
Mrs. W. T. Harrell and little daugh
ter left yesterday for Lincoln, N. C.,
where they will visit relatives.
Mrs. Dr. J. M. Sease, of Little
Mountain, spent several days in the
city last week visiting relatives.
Miss Mamie Hill returned on Satur
day to the Preslbyterian College for
Women in Columbia.
Mr. H. K. Boyd left on Saturday for
Baltimore, where he will enter the
P. and S. Medical College, of that city.
Dr. F. Y. iPressly, president of Er.
skine College, will preach in the Thomp
son Street A. R. P. Church next Sab
bath morning and night.
Mrs. Os. Wells returned on Saturday
from Minneapolis, Minn., where she
has been o.. a protracted visit to her
daughter, Mrs. C. L. Trabert.
The building being erected for the
headquarters of the Excelsior fire de
partment is nearing completion. The
next need is horses to draw the hose
wagon. Why wait?
Mr. J. B. Derrick, of Mississippi,
who graduated from Newberry College
in the class of 1901, has been visiting
riends in the city for the past several
lays. He leaves today for the Luthe
ran Seminary at Mt. Pleasant, S. C.
THE STREET HATS AT
ho Riser Millinery Company
re up-to-date in every respect.! Call
md see them before buying. The en
ire line is ready for inspection.
Dealh of an infant,.
The infant child of 1Sev. J. J. Long
ied on Wednesday last, and was buried
rhursday at~ Bethlehem church. Ser
rices were conducted by Dr. S. T.
-t ax for school Ior p'.Ses Vtd.
The election upon the question of the:
~ssessment and levy of the two-mill taxi
or the purpose of the Newberry Graded
~cbols for the ensuing year was held
n the court house on Friday. Forty- -
ne votes were cast, thirty-sevren in
~avor and four opposed.
tbldreu'e. 1,ay a". letblehem
The Sunday School of Bethlehem
~hurch, Rev. J. J. Long, pastor, will
bserve Children's Day, Thursday,
The exercises of the occasion wil
~onsist of recitations by the childrn
nd addresses by Revs. W. A. Lutz and
. K. Efird. The public is invited to be
It was our pleasure to attend Chil-'
irens' Day at St. Luke's, this county,
e. H. J. Mathias, pastor, on last:
unday. This is a fine section of the
ounty, and there were more young:
en and boys in the congregation than
we ever saw before in a same size con
gregation. Mrs. Jno. W.- DominickI
iad charge of the meeting. There was
good music and recitations by Miss
Essie Moore and Mrs. A. B. Conwill.
rhe address by Dr. Cromer was the
eture of the day and his address was
mpressive and strong and made an im
pression for good on the very attentive
at. eh Council No. 3 of P'Ofatats.
Cateechee Council, No. 3, of Poca
ontas was instituted in this city by
Great Sachem of Improved Order of
Red Men J. H. Hair on Thursday night.
The tribe was organized with sixty-one
embers, thirty-three of whom ai e
The following officers were elected:
Prophetess-Miss Carrie Street.
Pocahontas-Mrs. J. H. Hair.
Wenonah-Miss Cora Carter.
Powhatan-Miss Helen Smith.
Keeper of Records-,-Miss Jessie Chap
Keeper of Wampum-Miss Minnie
Assistant K. of R.-Miss Annie Atta
First Scout-Miss Ivry Hiller.
Second Scout-Mrs. J. F. Koon.
Guard of Wigmam-John Darly.
Guard of Forest-J. L. Williams.
First Runner - Miss Mattie Bouk
Second Runner-Miss Clara Wicker.
First Warrior-Miss Nettie Bouk
Second Warrior-Miss T. B. Beden
Third Warrior-Miss Lizzie Wicker.
Fourth Warrior-Miss Mamie Dukes.
First Councillor-Mrs. J. M. Guin.
Second Councillor--Miss Lucy Glymph.
The tribe will meet the first and third
-.,a an.gh+ in eah month.
SHERIFF BUFORI)'M n~oon W"RK
Cap'urea a Negr.i (!urgd wita iturder
Laurea t'mainty aniy! Who F r Five
Years H * e4% n a Fngi'iv. .
Sheriff Buford on Friday captur
near Lewiedale Mart Blackburn, al
Mart Rook, wanted for murder
Laurens County, and who for five ye,
has been a fugitive from justice. T
warrant for the arrest was turned of
to Sheriff Buford by the Sheriff
Laurens who had learned that Shei
Buford had facts in his possession whi
would probably lead to the capture. So
after receiving the warrant, the shei
in company with Messrs. Will Mil'
and Henry Todd, went to Lewieda
Arriving in Lewiedale on Friday aft<
noon they drove to the plantation
Dr. James Drafts, near Pricevil
where they succeeded in making t
The prisoner, who had assumed t
name of Thomas Allen, has been c
livered to the sheriff of Laurens Couni
It was a good piece of work, a
quickly and quietly done.
1YOU CAN SAVE 5 to 10 cents
every $1.00 Magaline by givi1
your subscription to Mayes' Book Stoi
G O TO J. P. COOK for Gold-Hunt
Flour. None better.
YOUNG JACK for service. Ap:
to A. L. Knighton.
i f - M M. BUFORD.
DR. G. R. HARDIN, the Painle
Tooth Extractor, will occupy
room in the rear of J. H. Hair's barb
shop, on September 31st, and Octob
1st and 2nd. All who wish work doi
will please come before noon of Thui
day, October 2nd, 1902. As the doct
must be in Columbia Thursday night.
MONEY SAVED-You can save
to 10 cents by giving us your su
scription to any of the following Mag
zines: Munsey, Argosy, McClure, Cc
mopolitan, Century, Harper's, Scribner
Deliniator, Designer, Harper's Baza
Elite and others, at Mayes Book Stor
CAFE DINING ROOM.-Meals c:
be had at all hours at the Ca
dining room on West Main street, o
posite Klettner's. Always the best tl
market affords at very moderate price
Meals served in any style to suit ai
taste. Fresh oysters always on han
3t M'cKenzie & Son.
COTTON SEED WANTED-We hai
Cjmade arrangements with some <
the largest oil mills and are prepari
:o pay the very highest price for cott<
seed. When you have seed for sa
all to see us. . Respectfully,
4w Summer Bros.
MONEY TO LOAN-We negotia
LIloans on improved farm Ian<
t seven per cent. interest <
moints over one thousand dollar
nd eight per cent. interest on amoun
Less than $1,000. Long time and eas
ayments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
UBBER STA MPS - Name stanc
15c. per line. Pads 10c. Date
nerch ants marking outfits. J. P. Cool
Newberry, S. C., Rubber Stamp Man1
W ANTED-District Managers f
the Pennsylvania Casualty Cor
any of Scranton, Pa., writing a
forms of liability, elevator and pla1
lass insurance. Will pay to the rigi
agent extra commission.
Bequest, Dudley & Mann,
Charlotte, N. C.
W E, AS CITIZENS AND VOTEF
of the Town of Newberry, her,
y nominate Jno. W. Earhardt f<
ayor of said Town, and pledge him1
abide the result of the Democratic p]
ary. CITIZENS AND VOTERS.
D R. E. C. JONES IS HEREB
nominated for the office of May<
f the city of Newberry, subject to ti
esult of the Democratic primary ele
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSEL
as a candidate for Mayor of Nev
berry, and pledge myself to abide ti
esut of the primr election.
R OBT. H. WELCH IS HEREB
announced a candidate for May
f Newberry, and is pledged to ab<
he result of the primary election.
M R. E. Y. MORRIS IS HEREB
announced a candidate for Aide
man for Ward 1, and is pledged1
abide the result of the primary electio>
CITIZENS OF WARD ONE.
M R. H. B. WELLS IS HEREBY Al
nounced a candidate for AIde
man from Ward 1, and pledged to abi<
the result of the primary election.
WE HEREBY ANNO UNCE JACC
WL. Dickert as a candidate fi
Alderman for Ward 2, and p ledge hi
to abide the result of the prima:
election. VOTERS WARD 2.
For Alderman -W. rdJ
L B. AULL IS HEREBY A]
. nounced a candidate for Alder'm.
from Ward 3, subject to the Democrat
W E TAKE PLEASURE IN PR
senting Dr. Van Smith as
suitable man to serve Ward .3 as Alde
man, and pledge him to abide the rest
of the Democratic primary election.
- RESIDENTS OF WARD 3.
ANY FRIENDS OF MR. J.
Langford place him in nomir
tion for Alderman from Ward 4, a
pledge him to abide the result of t
F RIENDS OF S. K. BOUKNIGI
take pleasure in p resenting h
as a candidate for Alderman fr<
Ward 5, and pledge him to abidet
result of the primary election.
For Alder an-- Ward
T HE :friends of J. M. Guin here
Arannfonem Wad 5, candidte
A deorati rimard ,sujctt.
It Is Thl
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he keep going you
Let Us Pro
Puzzle our competitors
5 'Suits worth $8.5(
The greatest line <
f patterns are in great'vc
P- JAMIESON make
5 value is to be found an
BUT WE HAVE
Our line suits at-$
n custom-made clothing.
*e costs as much as ten dc
in this great line.
We have studied the needs ar
ing and making the children happy
kA most serviceable Knee Suit at $1.
,Splendid Si4its for the Boys at $2.50
Get in the right c
jLARGEST STOCK Ol
*Hats, 25c up. Fur Hats
grades of Hats from $l.
Stetson's at $5.00.
Jamieson's 25c Jet
See our corner window for Fini
SHOES FOR MEN
er agr Something very special i
75c. Ask to see Jamieson's Brogan
I ~ Get started ri
We fill the bill in every
e wordiwe say.
e Stockholders'- Meeting.
1XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA T
tea meeting of the stockholders of
the Bank of Prosperity will be held in
B the office of the said bank, in'the town
of Pros erity, S. C., on the 20th day
>r of Octo er, 1902, to consider an amend
ment to section five of the charter of
rysaid Bank, which said section reads as
follows, to wit:
"Amount of capital stock to be
-tet-five thousand dollars, number
of hars,two hundred and fifty, of the
par value of one hundred dollars.''"
-nThe proposed amendment, provides
icthat the number' of shares shall be five
hundred of the par value of fifty dollars,
-so that said section when amended shall
aread as follows, to wit:
r-"Amount of capital stock to be
ilt twenty-five thousand dollars, number
of shares five hundred of the par value
of fifty dollars.
-Done by order of the Board of Di
rectors. A. G. WISE,
'President of the Bank of Prosperity.
J. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1d PE(vTACLIN A ND) E.YEGLASS
Se Doour e~ es acne arnd burnz a'
night? I have the bjest irial ec. fo
fiting So,etach-~s and Eve&lanes, at d
ITc 6t th- m -t diticult eres with i he
imIproper gias-es I have fitted & a
)fl Ifor the her' neopIe in the eaunt y and(
hcarn fit .1OU. I use only the best grad.e
Crystaline -nes. Con aid e;ve m
a trial and he eno vi reed. S' rict ly one
5 price to all. GUY DA NIELS,
by.~UISLacse Crans, c p r.,
r e NI ESp. Lae. Cprtanfinr, .tr.
WooeB0.p. ' s c. p. n ie,a
['HE TIME, at the beginnin
in the right direction for the
Du get started right and
are bound to land at
Ihing and Dr Gooi
-AN D- .
)e House of D
y Look at our imme
___ * Full of good value,
Men's Suit,$301 mOU A
ie at $5.00 3- OUR Al
to know how and where we get them t
), and Suits at $8.50 that others sell at
>f Suits at $10.00 ever shown here or a
riety, the fabrics are made for wear an
s it possible for you to dress well in
OTHER ATTRACTIONS JUST AS
12.50 to $18.50 are made up to equal
This line of suits is really better than
Ilars more. Why. pay more when you
s' reand Childrer
d dsiesof all here concerned, and this fall we are prepared
n their new suits. We can sell you: A Child's Knee S
;o. Our $2 oo Suits look as if made to sell at $3 oo (oth~er
$3 00, $3.50 and on up to $6.00.
irection for satisfaction by getting youi
HA TS er seen iANDSLUE
50c;wort $ 00.Allthe kind others sell at
00 up to the cele brated yard. Good Prints do
4 4 Sheeting 5c. Jeau
ms is a splendid value-ask to see it. \
| Display of Ties-All good styles and good qualty
SFOR ALL THE
iBy'Shoes, made by Powell & Campbell, guaranteed to v
at $.oo.Th kind others sell for $1.25. Jamnieson 's best
s in all styles and bes
ght for the right p lace and you will get
articular. We have the goods and
TO DRAW A JURY. For Sale-Lan4
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Bargain
Bard of Jury Commssionrfo Ne- prtES ofodCrof
berry County, State of South Carolina, on road to Kempson' s
will on the 4th day of October next at bottom lands on Beaver I
inek ou a. s. inthe office of th ol assa. whole, or divides
aud publicly draw thirty-six jurors to 130 Acres lying on roat
srveCoas jurCmn te exr temo berr to almnsores on
berry County, beginning October 20th Bush River. Good dwelli:
and continuing two weeks. stable and tenant house
W. W. CROMER, ble small farm.
JNount Auditor, . 30 Acres of Land just a
JNO. L EPPS,limits, on the Columbia r
County Treasurer. nal forest, good s ring o
JN.Clerk of Court. fine 1Acresr in No. 4 ar
Board of Jury Commissioners for miles from Whitmires, g
Newberry County, S. C. stables and all necessary
Newberry, S. C., Sept. 22, 1902. on place in good repair.
t2t- ton and corn lands, with
- - -- the year round. To be
NotI0 PIn81 S0IIlI?1mD a9 llhlUihr bargain. Ap AtoE Mc
OTIC E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT New
N1Iwillimake a final settlement on
the estate of Mrs. Lula Maybelle Mar-'
tin, nee Stewart, in the Probate Court~
e 2d day of October, A. D 1902 dat Rgistration N'
eiatly tereafter apply aor Ltr kN t Eosf regist
Dismissory as guardian of the said town of Newberry, S.
etate. MRS. IDA N. BOOua pen Rand the undersiged
Nwberry, S. C., Sept. 20th, 1902. said books open every da:
until 5 p. in., Sunda'
1 ARLOAD TRUNKS just received. cluding the 1st day of D
Prices lower. Come .early. S. J. Rn.d.10W. S. LA.
of the Fall Season, to
place to buy your Fall
M I ESON'S
nse stock of Clothing!
s at low prices!
W WOOL SUITS AT $5.00
> sell at such a figure. $6.50
$10.00. Ask to see them.
nywhere else in the State. The
d the styles are the latest.
t Suit at only $10.00. No such
GREAT IN CLOTHING.
the best tailory ever put into
the so-called tailor-made that
can be fitted and suited as well
to meet all wants of those who are doing the buy
it- at 75C. A better Child's Knee Suit at $r.
s do sell the same quality at that figure.)
-Clothing at Jamieson's.
ESICE ON STAPLE GOODS -40 inch wide
IIlULSeSa Island, heavy and smooth, 6c a
e mill is no0 less. Good Check Homespun at 4c,
5c. Good Check Homespun, great value at 5C a
wnl to 3%rc-a great bargain. Best Prints 5C. Best
Pants 59c-a specialty for good quality.
Ve have what we advertise.
Take your pick of the lot for only 25c each.
SPE OPL E.
SHOES FOR WOMEN
i 7l5c to $3.50
erand give satisfaction. High cut Brogans,
at $i 35, the regular $1.-50 grade.
the best -goods at right prices.
we stand ready .to fulfill every
d to Foot Clothier.
TOWNSHI, o I
ace, y,nn But remember your
It'sueitpur- cash works for you
from - at the department
e mile from' houeo
fling land on
utside of tow
ater and They Keep every
owshp two hing from a cambric
od dwelling, needle to a four
st"lennt housoet horse wagon.
good pasture Goods arriviug daily. Don't blame
bought at a . us that you pay t be other fellow
NTOSH, more for goods. We ask you to
berry, S. C. Look! Look! Look!
oice. Leader of Low Prices,
IVEN THAT Prosp.rity, S. C.
ationafre rthe -T eacher Wanted.
anSuprvisor mH E PATRONS OF JOLL STREET
onlkexep, n'- shl wilOce ota ri latorafther
f ro 92. . noonOtobe 3d, aflonr m th ppoeo
excepted, in- electing a teacher at a salary of $JO
~cember, 1902. ner month. All anplications must be
~4GFORD, in by that time. W. B. BOLNEST,
Sup. Reg. Sec'y Trustees, Slighs, S. C.