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Good two-horse farm in No. 6 Town- d
ship. Apply to J. T. Senn, at E. M.
Evans & Co.
ertt6g of Iatchel' r Maid*. S]
The Bachelor Maids will meet this
S. afternoon with the Misses Pool at 4 I
o'clock. Miss Helen Mower,
Miss Linda Welch, Secretary.
Oommani.D at St. Loke'i. d
There will be :ommunion services at
St. Luke's, Rev. H. J. Mathias, pastor,
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Rev. C. P. Boozer will be present and
assist in the service.
email "Bli,d Tigir''. Captured. IE
Constable T. B. Perry having reason
to believe an illicit traffic in liquor was i.
being carried on in a negro restaurant J
belonging to Dan Brown, on lower
Main street, on Sunday made search. o
Six one-half pints were found packed t
in a basket. The liquor was seized,
but no owner has yet been found.
st.ornogioot Record for g"-ptember, 1902.
Mean maximum temperature, 81.1; i
mean minimum temperature, , 61.6; lb
mew' temperature, 71.4; maximum, .93
2nd; minimum, 49 on 11th and 15th.
t test daily range, 32t
Total precipitation, 4.71 inches. h
Greatest in 24 hdurs .88 inches on 8th.
Number of days with .01 inches or
more precipitation 11.
Oin11, fair 10, cloudy 9. Thunder C
storms 8, 24, 27, 30.
W. G. Peterson, V. 0.
ectrnber Sales. t<
There was only one public sale yes- C
terday, made by the master in the case
-: - of Geo. S. Mower vs. Lucy S. Dickert. sl
Fifty acres of land situated on Broad g
r. river to G. S. Mower for $250. t
The case of Wilson & Matthews vs.
Ed. Monts was settled prior to sale and
The Sheriff offered the Kissiah Dewis
place, to be sold for delinquent taxes, tc
but receiving no bid and turned it over
to the Sinking Fund Commission.
r a Court.
There were only three sinners before
- the mayor yesterday morning, all under.
WIU Hargrove was given $2.00 or E
four days for using abusive language v
en A streets Saturday night, ad $.00 l
or-ten days for creating a disturbance
~drawing an iron on, and refusing to P
- leave the house of Gary Hale,-'in West
End, when ordered to do soj the same
night. One drunk, $7.C3 or fourteen
- - George Benson, colored, was given st
%P.00 or ten days for drunkenl and dis- '
orderly conduct on the streets Sunday S
-night, and John Suber, colored, $5.00 b
or ten days for failing to pay street fa
Ditten by a Mad nog.
Bensen, the little son of 'Mr. L. W. aj
7 Jones, was bitten by a mad dog yester- Ja
~ ' day morning. The skin was only slight- tU
1lyscratchedpn the right arm and at T
~ - the base of the shoulder blade and it is p:
no. :~' ut thought the matter will bave any~ os
. serious results. .cie
- Benson was standing in the piazza pl
-when the dlog entered the front gate b:
and camne into the house. A negro wo
man insie attempted b run him out,
whenhbe seized the little boy in the
Though the case is not thought to be ei
at all serious, Mr. Jones yesterday
carried the little boy to Baltimore for
At Eat Enud chap').
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer delivered a most
interesting and instructive address be
- fore the Union Sunday School of East B
- ~End Chapel, at the Mollohon Mill, on
iunday afternoon. This school was
only very recently organized, and while
- the membership is not as yet very &
large, the leaders have their heart-in
the work, and the school is in a flour- Id
ishing condition and rapidly growing.
TIadiately after Dr. Cromer's ad-s
O'Neall Street Methodist church,
There will be services next Sunday
siternoon at 5 o'clock. conducted by ,
Rev. N. N. Burton, pastor of the West
R.w. Dr. R. D. t,nart.
. Th following, from the Spartanburg
-- uggM fl0the6th, win be read with r
kiterest and pleasure by the many
friends of Dr. Smart in Newberry. Dr. I
~art was pastaref theCentral Metho
&tChureh in this city during the years
US and 188$:
"The'family of Rev. Dr. R. D. Smart
- med though town yesterday on their
way to Virginia. Dr. Smart was gradu
which lie took a theological course, in
the Theological Seminary at Columbia.
His career since that time has reflected
*honor upon himself and upon those in- (
- stitutions which left their impress upon
h im. He has been transferred to va
riois western conferences and has re- c
-ceived appointments such: as Memphis, (
Te(,adS.Lus o r mr
hasn.,cend tLouis,rMn.fr. Sto h
hias cnf eene tansfret the supsto.
irgina coeilrenceand the sppoiten
isatofl hedill Dr.iv the Cpoeinthn
.+ unernik held by Dr. A. Coke Smith !
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. Jno. G. Norris, of Fairfield, was
the city Friday.
A. T. Brown is announced a candi
ate for Alderman from Ward 2.
Miss Minnie Belle Waite, of Green-'
ood, is visiting relatives in the city.
Mrs. J. W. Humbert, of Magnolia,
>ent a few hours in the city yesterday.
Mr. L. W. Jones and son, Master
enson, went to Baltimore yesterday. t
Messrs. H. H. Evans and O. L.
chumpert went to Columbia yesterday.
Mr. H. C. Bardin, of Hendersonville, 2
as been in the city the past several ]
Miss Mary Thompson has returned
com a visit to friends in Wilmington, ]
Maj. Robt. H. Welch and Dr. J. K.
ilder went to Kentucky Friday on
Mrs. E. C. Witt, of Knoxville, Tenn.,
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l
Z. Salter, of Helena.
Miss Hortense Long, who has been c
n a visit to friends in the city, has re
urned to her home at Honea Path. C
Miss Minnie Wallade left Saturday c
)r Renno to take charge of the school
t that place which opened yesterday. c
Mr. W. C. Klugh, of Greenwood, is
the city in the interest of the Caro- I
na Mutual Benefit Society of Laurens. t
Miss Ida B. Neel, daughter of Geo.
Neel, leaves today for Atlanta to
ike a course in the Southern Short
and and Business College of Atlanta.
Miss Mae Byrne, who has been visit
ig Misses Marie Weber and Grace t
lark, has returned to her home in
Misses Lizzie Gaillard, of Newberry,
ad Katie McCaslen, of Greenwood,
ssed through the city on their way
Cedar Spring Tuesday. -Laurensr
Dunty News, 2d.
Mr. Vance, the manager of in- a
urance for the Carolina Mutual Benefit f
ciety, of Laurens, is in the city in
ke interest of his company. His com
my is very highly endorsed by good
en wherever he has done business. t:
A rate of one first-class fare for the t
>und trip, plus 50 cents for admission
>the grounds, has been offered by the A
uilroads for the State Fair, October
-31. Special trains will be operated I
to and out of Columbia on the 29th
Every lady appreciates the fact s
at a fashionable anid becoming
:at adda much to ber appearance.
Te can supply you with the season's
test modes at astonishingly low
THE RmsE M1LLIN~EBY.
Steel Bridge Near Wy.e-a Ferry.
Work preparatory to putting up the 3
eel bridge over Saluda river, below
ryse's Ferry, has been commenced by J
apervisor Schumpert. The roads are
ng worked up tothe site, and rock I
ir the piers is being prepared. Work
i the bridge will be rapidly pushed. 0
Ointug Ahead. a
The people of this county have long
p learned the quality of .goods that
inieson carries. They know it is of
ie best, aiid that his prices are right.
he fact we desire to state is that his t
rsent stock is the best in the history (
his emporium. For anything in
othing, dry goods and shoes, the peo- 2
e of Newberry will make no mistake,
y going to Jamieson's.
List of Advertised Letters .
Remaining in postoffice for week
iding October 4, 1902:
Bohnson Bowers, W E Busby.
D-Tom Davis, A C Davenpert, Miss
E-T E Elliott.
F-R C Fye.
G-Miss Mary Gentry.
H-Miss Fannie Haul, Miss Florence
olland, J B Hightower.
J-Mrs Sarah Johnson.
K-Miss L C Koon.
L-Mrs Ward Lar'n, Jesie Lyles, Edna
M-U C Mans, Joe Miller, Miss Jessie
N-Floyd Nance, Miss Maggie Nore.
S-Martin Straus, Wm Sanders, G E
ais, N Smith.
W-Miss Corrie A J Walker, John R
Persons calling for these letters
ill please say they are advertised
C. J. Purcell P M.
HULLS AND MEALI
Can supply your
eeds for Cotton Seed
-Iulls and M eal.
Hulls 25c. hundred
Meal $1.15 per sack,
In exchanging Hulls
Lnd Meal for Seed, will
;ell the Hulls at 22i
:ents per hundred
younds and sell meal
t $1310 per sack,
100 lbs.) and pay
narket price for Seed
t Newberry Oil Mill.
L. W. FLOYD,
U%MP JWES D. N4NC. U. C. V.
leeting Yet..day-KuI,n.-K 'if T mporta2rA
Tranacted--Memb,r% 1 b elect--Com
Camp James D. Nance, No. 36, U. C.
., met in the Court House on the 4th
Lay of October, 1902, at 11 o'clock a. m.
The minutes of the last meeting were
ead and confirmed.
Upon motion of Col. D. A. Dickert
he following veterans were elected
nembers of the camp: A. B. Meyer,
o. H., Third Regiment; W. C. Der
ick, Co. C., Twentieth Regiment; G.
. Wells, Co. B., Third Regiment; E. L. -
3endrix, Co. H., Holcombe Legion;
.. H. E. Sheck, musician Second N. C.
Zegiment; J. R. Vaughn, Co. A., Fourth
egiment State Reserves; J. H. Ale
vine, Co. C., Fourth Regiment State I
W. G. Peterson was elected chairman
>f the county committee on enrolled
reterans, under the Act of the Legis
ature of February 8, 1902, with au
hority to appoint the various township
The annual assessment of members
f the camp was raised to 25 cents per
The subject of unifcrming members
f the camp was then discussed and the
ollowing committee on uniforms ap
ointed: L. M. Speers, R. T. C. Hun
er and W. C. Sligh. '
The committee of three from each
ownship to be appointed by W. G.
'eterson on enrolling the veterans of
he respective townships, was appointed
s a permanent committee to collect
he annual dues from each member of h
he camp and turn same over to the:
:EEP THE MONUMENT SQUARE CLEAN.
The adjutant was instructed to con
er with the county supervisor and to
equest of him that he keep the monu
1ent square free from any obstruc
ion, so that the veterans, their wives
nd daughters at any time might have
ree access thereto.
The camp then adjourned.
Mr. W. G. Peterson, by authority of
e camp, has appointed the following, V
wnship enrolment committees: - -
No. 1.-M. J. Scott, L. M. Speers,
No. 2. -J. C. S. Brown, J. S. Ruff,
[. Carter Wilson.
No. 3.-Jenkins H. Smith, J. A. Cro-C
er, W. D. Hardy.
No. 4.-R. C. Carlisle, Samuel Atchi- P
2n, Tom Abrams. - I
No. 5. -W C. Sligh, J. D. Smith, E. ~
No. 6.-A. J. Livingston, W. P.
ohnson, H. D. Boozer.
No. 7.-J. R. Irwin, G. F. Wells,
No. 8.-I. H. Boulware, Thomas S. in
lair, S. S. Paysinger. A
No. 9.-R. T. C. Hunter, N. H. S1
oung, Robt. Stoudenmayer.
No. 10. -J. D. Shealy, J. C. Wilson,
No. 11.-G. B.' Aull, J. B. Crooks,
. W. K.inard.L
Mr. Peterson requests that a memberF
f the committee from each township
a11 at the office of the Clerk of Court g
nd get the township enrollment books. S
Gentlemen oft the Jury. S
The following jurors have been drawn -
a serve at the special term of the
ourt of Common Pleas for Newberry.
unty, which convenes on Monday, the'
(th, and continues for two weeks, if -
much time be necessary:
Jno. W. Scott.
Jos. H. White.
Nathan B. Wheeler.
G. M. Able.
W. H. Lominick.
Gus. B. Sligh.
Jno. W. Reagin.
J. W. Chappell.
Simpson C. Minnick.
J. H. Cromer.
Jesse L Burns.
Jackson J. Abrans.I
Jno. H. Martin.I
Jas. N. McCaughrin.
Jno. W. Kibler.
Press N. Boozer.
Wi. L. Reighley.
Jno. S. Ruff.
Chas. N. Ringer.
Ben. M. Setzler.
Anderson A. Nates. S
Jas. S. McCarley.
Geo. C. Counts. th
Jas. S. Bickley. -th
W. Ham Bobb. o
S. S. Cunningham-.m
Thos. M. Roebuck. s
Jno. M. Halfacre. fo
Will C. Hayes. t
Jno. L. Hunter. o
W. Bowman Boinest. p
Archie M. Smith.
Sam A. Rikard. h
Judge Jas. F. Izlar will preside. s
Women anad Jew-lua. tv
Jewels, candy, flowers', man-that is of
e order of a woman's preference. ol
ewels form a magnet of mighty power
o the average woman. Even that re
:reatest of all je wels, health, is often P:
'ained in the strenuous elforts to make
ir sve the money to purchase them.
f a woman will risk her health to get a
overed gem then let her fortify her- i
elf against the insiduous conse
juences of coughs, colds and bronchial
rffections~ by the regular use of Dr. t
Bosehee's German Syrup It will
aromptly arrest consumption in it
early s'ages and heal the 'ffacted lungs
a,nd bronchial t u'es and drive the d read
]isease from the system. It is not a
eureall, but it is a certain cure for
eoubs. cold s and all bronchial troubles.
You c get this reliable remedy at e*
W. E. Pelbam & Son.
Get Geen's Special Almanac.
This is a d
lour in the da
We experience gr
,et Us Proj
REAL GOOD Wool v
uzzle our competitors tc
Suits worth $8.50,
The greatest line of
atterns are in great vari
alue is to be found anyw
BUT WE NAVE 0
Our line suits at $I1
sts as much as ten doll
~this great line.
We have studied the needs and <
and miaking the children happy in 1
most serviceable Knee Suit at $1.50.
ilendid Suits for the Boys at $2.50, $.
.Get in the right dir
ARGEST STOCK OF
ats, 25c up. Fur Hats E
ades of Hats from $1 .04
tetson's at $5.00.
Jamieson's 25c Jean
6 our corner window for Fine I
SHOES. FOR MEN
90c to $5.00~
sS' Something very special in E
. Ask to see Jamieson's Brogans at
& Get started rigt
e fill the bill in every pa
Tord we say.
ockholders' Meeting. DI
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a meeting of the stockholders of In
SBank of Prosperity will be held in *
Soffice of the said bank, in the town
Prosprity, S. C., on the 20th day
Octobr, 1902, to consider an amend-c
nt to section five of the charter of(
Id Bank, which spid section reads as fCo
Aount of capital stock to be sai
renty-five thousand dollars, number A.
shares, two hundred and fifty, of the Chl
- value of one hundred dollars.'' 0
The proposed amendment, providesth
at the number of shares. shal be five
ndred of the par value of fifty dollars, 'tri
that said section when amended shall oti
Aout of capita stock to be i
renty-five thousand dollars, number th
shares five hundred of the par value g
Done by order of the Board of Di- Ct
tors. A. G. WISE, to
'esident of the Bank of Prosperity. PE
JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT or
~I will make a final settlement on 19
e estate of Mrs. Lula Maybelle Mar
ci, nee Stewart, in the Probate Court
Newberry County, S. C., on Tuesday,
e 23d day of October, A. D. 1902, at
o'clock in the forenoon, and will im
ediatelv thereafter apply for Letters
sm so~ryM . D as gu r n o F R,he said*
ewbr-y,.C. Sept 2 n 0th, 1902. e
ouble fact which c(
y at the
ing and Dr Go
e House of
eat pleasure in making ;
re it! Look at our imn
* Full of good valt
len's Suit, OUR
at $5.00 $3.90 - UR
) know how and where we get ther
and Suits at $8.50 that others sell
Suits at $10 00 ever shown here o
ety, the fabrics are made for wear
it possible for you to dress well 1
THER ATTRACTIONS JUST A
.50 to $18.50 are made up to eq
rhis line of suits is really betterth
rs more. Why pay more when y
esires of all here concerned, and this fall we are prep
heir new suits. We can sell you; A Child's Kn
Our $2 oo Suits look as if made to sell at $3 oo (
.oo, $3.50 and on up to $6.oo.
ection for satisfaction by getting y
HATS Ever: seen,in LANOSLIDI
Oc, worth $ 1.00. All tu id otericse
) up to the celebrated yard. Good Prin
4 4 Sheeting 5c.
s is a splendid value-ask to see it
lisplay of Ties--All good styles and good qua
FOR ALL TH
oys' Shoes, made by Powell & Campbell, guaranteed
$1o.Th kind others sell for $r.25. Jamieson' s
; in all styles arid b
it for the right place and you will i
rticular. We have the goods arl
VA. JA MIE
~TR1 COURT 'TE UNITED For Sale-I
hres t. Zofbel, 'In Bankruptcy. $$ A prtEo l
Bankrupt. on road to Kemps
N THIS 26TH DAY OF SEPTEM- bottom lands cn Bea
ber, A. D., 1902, on reading the sold as a whole, or d
~egoing petition it is ordered by the chasers.
ont thth henbe had upon the 130 Acres lyng o:
D., 1902, before said Court, at O'Neal's mill. Fine
arleston, in said District, at 11 Bush River. Goodc
lock inte uboredin; anhat notice stble and tnant 1
ws anewsape aa printed in said Dis- 30Acres of Land,
ier ersons in interest may apear at nal forest, goo sp
any they have, whys the prayer o 70Aces inN
And it is further ordered by the on place in good rep
urt that the Clerk shall send by mail ton and corn lands,
all known creditors copies of said the year round. 1
tition and this order, addressed to bargain. Apply to
em at their places of residence as JAME
essudg toe said Curt, and the seal
ereof, at Charleston, in said District,
the 26th day of September, A. D., Registrai
2. C. J. C. HUTSON, Clerk. NOTIC IS HERE
[Seal of Court] tbo of:
town-- o Newbioeo
U__ BERe S_A_M PSoNee a d th u s nder
--htsmriguttJ.PCof cRudith1stro fo
ewBber STA C. Nubrame stanumpt d, bos02.nev
15c. per Iirit~. Pads lOc. Dates, until 5 p. in., Sun
ephants nvtrkin~ (buLfit~ J. P. eook, cluding the 1st day
ewberry. S. C.. Rubber Stamp Manu- W. ~
ct urer. 6rns ILaw Sept. 3d, 1902.
stock of UUUUe
mn be proved every
tatements that we can prove.
iense stock of Clothing!
aes at low prices!
ALL WOOL SUITS AT $5.00
n to sell at such a figure. $6.50
at $10.00. Ask to see them.
r anywhere else in the State. The
and the styles are the latest.
in a Suit at only $10.00. No such
s GREAT IN CLOTHING.
ual the best tailoring ever put into
an the so-called tailor-made that
ou can be fitted and suited as well
nl S suits..
red to meet all wants of those who are doing the buy
ee Suit at 75c. A better Child's Knee Suit at $z.
>hers do sell the same quality at that figure.)
our.Clothing at Jamieson's.
- DD IPrO UN STA PLE GOODS-40 inch wide
.IIlU L. Sea Island, heavy and smooth, 6c a
at the mill is no less. Good Check Homespun at 4c,
1 at 5c. Good Check Homespun, great value at 56 a
ts down to 3%4c-a great bargain. Best Prints 5c. Best
Jean Pants 59c-a specialty for good quality.
,We have what we advertise.
lity-Take your pick of the lot for only 25c ach.
B PEOPL E.
'TnSHOES FOR WOMEN
75c to $3.50
to wear and give satisfaction. High cut Brogans,
best at $1-35, the regular $r-50 grade.
et the best goods at right prices.
d we stand ready to fulfill every
ead to Foot Clothier.
*and at a1
ivdd osutpu- cash works for. you
at the department
oad foNew~ house of
farming land on
se-n eandd lag
ust outside of town
ng of water, andl They Keep every
g*, "dhouse" needle to a four
ihendita cot horse wagon.Dotbim
wihgoo pasture Goods arriving daily.Do'bam
o be bought at a us that you pay the other fellow
S McINTOSH, more for goods. We ask you to
Newberry, S. C. Look! Look! Look!
n Noice. Leader of Low Prioee,
BY GIVEN THAT Prosperity, S. C.
egistraion for t?e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
said town will keep at seven per cent, interest en~
y' excepted i- ad eght over eent intereto amouts
.LAGORD~ payets. Hunt Hun & untr