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Senator Morgan, of Alabama, is
quoted as saying:
"I 'do not see that the Democrats
have anything to gain by controlling
the next house of representatives. I
do not believe the Democrats of this
country want to constitute themselves
a clog to legislation, yet that result
would naturally follow. With the two
branches of congress of opposite politi
cal faith, the government will be se
riously embarrassed. There is nothing
to gain by a condition of this kind. It
would not be any advantage to any
If the senator from Alabama wants
to see his party victorious in the next
presidential election, and we suppose
he does, he should learn that one steady,
continuous, persistent effort is worth
many spectacular grand rushes. The
Democratic party will never again get
control of the government by waiting
until a presidential election, and then
trying to elect a president, senate and
house, all at once. Its only hope of
final and complete victory lies in the
possibility of securing harmony in the
ranks, and under one leader, who has
the entire confidence of his party, keep
ing up the fight'from now to the' end.
But, laying aside this phase of the
question, why should a Democratic
house be a clog to legislation? If the
legislation desired by 'a Republican
senate is for the best interests of the
whole country, then it should have the
hearty support, even of a Democratic
house. If not, then it should be clogged.
And if unjust legislation'is clogged by
a Deniocratic house, and the wisdom of
such a course is shown, it would not be
long before we should have a Demo
If the Democratic party can secure a
mjority in the next house, that is
what it should work for, and it should
begin at once. The first thing to be
done, however, is to get men like
Senator Morgan, Democrat, of Ala
bama, to keep quiet for awhile.
It is not altogether clear, but there
are many who believe the coal strike
was settled more for election purposes
than for considerations of humanity.
The deed itself is good and of untold
benefit to the whole country. Why
ascribe impure motives? The readi
ness of men to see a selfish purpose in
every act of others is causing more
trouble in the world today than would
result from a coal strike lasting for
The republicans in South Carolina are
nominating candidates for Congress in
each district. We presume they are
preparing for a contest, for certainly
they have no chance of electing any one
of them. Then it is one way of keep
ing the organization together and fight
ing for the little patronage in this
State. And yet our people should turn
out and vote in the general election.
BAUH'WAi (8APEI. LEITIR
AU the Ne~ws. Arond Haenbmanl I npet a' c
UnM*n Acat4eny tmtrsItSKty
Told by F. J V.
Have you sowed your oats? Now is
There have been more grass and pea
vines mowed this fall than I ever knew
in one season. The pea crop is turning
out better than was expected a few
weeks ago. With a good corn crop,
plenty of long food, plenty peas, sofne
hogs to butcher, the prospects for mak
ing another crop are encouraging.
Messrs. R. H. Kibler and John Baker
of Long Lane visited at Mr. Thos.
Epps' last Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stone also visited
Mr. Epps last Sunday.
Mr. Jno. T. Franklin and his uncle,
Noah Dehardt, left last Sunday for Au
Rev. H. P. Counts, of Georgia, is
visiting relatives in Newberry. He
filled Rev. P. H. E. Derrick's pulpit
last Sunday'at Bachman Chapel.
Last Sunday was communion day at
St. Paul's, Bachman Chapel and Colony.
Mr. Langford Dehardt, from No. 6,
visited Mr. E. S. Franklin and family
Saturday night and Sunday.
Redman Kinard, of the Newberry
cotton mill, spent Sunday with his
brother, P. H. Kinard.
Messrs. Edgar Halfacre and J. Nolan
Epps are going to Newberry College.
These are both fine young men, and we
wish them much success. An educa
tion will not be money thrown away on
Miss Sarah Banks, daughter of Capt.
Jno. F. Banks, is going to Cedar Springs
Sure enough this is court week.
Our South Carolina Lutheran Synod
is at Little Mountain now, and the
State Fair comes next week; so you
see it will keep our people on the go.
There was some frost. seen on the
morning of the 16th inst..
Igruan-Fond No,s 8-uee
Another ridiculous food fad has been
branded by the most competent authori
ties. They have dispelled the silly no
tion that one kind of food is needed for
brain, another for muscles, and still
another for bones. A correct diet will
not only nourish a particuiar part of
the bd, but it will sustain every other
part. Yet, however good your food
may be, its nutriment is destroyed by
indigestion or dyspepsia. You must
prepare for their appearance or pre
vent their coming by taking regular
doses of Green's August Flower, the
favorite medicine of the healthy mil
lions. A few doses aids digestion,
stimulates the liver to healthy action,
purifies the blood, and makes you feel
buoyant and vigorous. You can get
this reliable remedy at W. E. Pelham
~+ ('i.~rn'rz Rn~dal Almanac.
Harhardt, Pifrr & Eberhart, Lessees.
IN A NEW PLAY
TheAbsinthe Drinkers of Paris
'Ktage Versioo by Chas. W % h-se.
Cast of well-known Actors!
Wonderful Electric Effects!
Beautiful Special Scenery!
mantgm-Ineti of AIDIFN 1j;NVI')U'T.
SWReserved Seats now on sale at
Mayes' Book Store.
Notice of Bankrupt Sale.
J. S. Blalock's property will be sold
November 12, 1902.
In the matter of J. S. Blalock, Bankrupt.
p URSUANT TO AN ORDER OF
R. H. Welch, Esq., Referee in
Bankruptcy, passed in the above stated
case October 15, 1902, 1 will sell at Gold
ville, S. C., November 12, 1902, at 11
o'clock a. -m., to the highest bidder, all
the real estate and personal property
belonging to the estate of J. S. Blalock,
Said real estate consists of, 1st, one
tract of land, situate, lying and being
near Goldville, in Laurens County, State
of South Carolina, containing twelve
hundred acres, more or less, and bounded
on the north .by lands of the estate of
H. M. Hunter, deceasei, on the east by
lands of D. T. Coneland and James
p lace belonging to the Goldville Manu
facturing Company, on the south by
lands of L. W. C. Blalock and on the
west by lands of W. W. Neel and
others; 2nd, one lot of land situate, ly
ing and being at Goldville, in the same
County and State, containing two acres
and bounded on the north, east and west
by lands of L. W. C. Blalock.
Out of said lands will be reserved the
homestead heretofore set off to J. S.
Blalock, said Bankrupt, the boundaries
of which will be made known on the
day of sale.
The said personal property consists
of horses, n ules, cows, sheep and ofher
animals, wagons and other farming
tools an d implements.
Terms of S ale: Cash.
W. R. RICHEY, Trustee.
Laurens, S. C., October 20, 1902.
Notice of Bankrupt Sale.
L. W. C. Blalock's property will be sold
November 12, 1902.
In the matter of L.e W. C. Blalock,
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF
R.H. Welch, Esq., Referee in
Bankruptcy, passed in the above stated
case October 15, 1902, I will sell at Gold
ville, S. C., on November 12, 1902, at
11 o'clock a. in., to the highest bidder,
all the real estate and personal property
belonging to the estate of L. W.C.
Said real estate consists of, 1st, all
that tract of land situate, lying and be
ing in Laurens County, State of South
Carolina, containing nine hundred and
fifty acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of James Blalock, John H. Hunter,
Mrs. Madora Browning and James place,
known as the Martin Crawford place;
2nd, an undivided half interest in the
Whitmire place situate, lying and being
in same County and State, containing
five hundred and seventy-five acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Mrs.
Madora Brownin, S. C. Hairston,
Pink Smith, Mrs. Johnson, estate of J.
J. Reeder, W. B. Boyd and others; 3d,
one undivided half interest in the Suber
place, situate, lying and being in same
County and State, containing one hun
dred and seventy acreg, more or less,
bounded by lands of Mrs. Madora
Browning, W. D. Rook, Whit mire place
and homestead of M. W. Oxner; 4th,
all that tract known as the Lipford
Field, situate, lying and being in the
same County and State, containing
thirty eight acres, more or less, boumided
by lands of J. J. Reeder, S. L. Gary
and Whitmire place.
Out of said lands will be reserved a
homestead for said Bankrupt, the boun
daries of which will be made known on
the day of sale.
Said personal property consists of
mules, wagons and farming tools and
Terms of Sale: Cash.
W. R. RICHEY, Trustee.
Laurens, S. C., October 20, 1902.
WE ELLEWTHE WATERMAN
Becasuse we believe the Watermauw
ldeal Fountaiu Pen to be the best
pten made. If we were not thorough
lv em)vinced tbat tbis is traw, we
we ;nld k-.ep ito stock othe-r pens, as
the mnanfacture:s of other pens
off.'r us better indneements than the
L. E Waterman Co. Let us fit
un hand to a Waterman Ideal Pen.
It is just as important that a pen fitj
youir hand, as to have a shoe fit yours
f.;ol You tak no risk nbsrn you
bov a Watermari Pen. If you are
ot u:ti-fie d with~ it bring it back
and get aniot her. And df you catn't
b' satisfied we will refnTod your
T'HE world can't beat our men's
$5.00 all wool suits. Wooten.
UR $5.00 Broadcloth Jacket is the
'Jprettiest and best in the market
fo the money, at Wooen's.
MI M'V N,
Men's, Boys' ard I
BOUGHT AT less than
Biggest Clothing Sale ev(
every Clothing buyer car
greatest price reduction.
must be sold in the next
it may. No such Clothin
tempted in Newberry. 11
ONE HUNDRED MIIES TO EU'
500 Men's Nice Cheviot Suits,
$3.98 worth $6.50.
500 Men's Nice Heavy Cheviot
Suits, $5.00 worth $8.00.
350 Men's Suits goes on sale at 2
$6.75 worth $1 0.00.
300 Men's Suits goes on sale at 9
$9.00 worth $12.50.
200 Men's Suits goes on sale at
Ages 15 to 19, To Go
THIS ISHTAN OPPORTUITh
money. Over a thc
ed, ages 6toi15. l can'-ave you fr<
Knee Suit you buy of us. Five hunt
at half price. Thousands of clever
Up-to-date, Clean, New Goods ther
and that is at
We Sell Everything that Men
____ ____ ___ AN ORD
To Levy a T
Swamp Fox "STo
Chill and 31st, 19C
There's a remeidy that, if Nebry S.C,i
weL were sick with \alaria. an by utoiy f
('.ils. Acue or Fever, weSETNI. haa
would s'ake our life on If o ahOeHnr
it 'iidn't caire 'es, we'l fe!eladPesnlp
p-ette blue. We have seeu fNwer,Sn.
one bott* of it eure a whole petofcuhe
fa!!v. We have~ seen it lann) shrb
cor he wors kind of case' paditotetr.u
c'-es. in whicn other 'chill tob usdfrrin
eu-es" (so calle'd) had failed j SC I htat
un-rvI: may not cura you, Hl et nez
but if it does not, w'- will re- lr ot fRa
fund vour monov without a jt nteTw fN
word. Prie. 50. cetteprpryo
WVe make it and know that tuinoflang)
iti efect.ly safe for any- adsalb adm
bo vt to take. tesi onfrt
GIL.DER & WE EKS, UntdSae,fo
PAXRTI' ULAR PHARMACISTS. Otbrt h O
Nber, . C,i
CORNR l)UG SORE, SECTIO IV. Tht a
NEWBERRY. ofreeber, 1902 a.,
perct. shal chrces a
t oe used foratiie
arote ofSeal ol
__________________________ ty [SAL thie 7ThfN
Newery arhosend att espadtnt
S C. I . T . h
are now readyotestore Cotton.]
M NEWnBEceip. S.I ar- Dmersha earkdn
he Nwbery Wrehuse o.NebrrS. CNGFRD,
rangemns orin beetn adraw 5c . per ln
MONEY on receipt. 'All ar- " er hants a n
50c. on the DOLLA
Oct. 11, we start the i
Dr held in Newberry, and
have aul benefit of the
This big oL of Clothing
30 days, let it bring what
g Sale has ever been at
will pay you to come
f'tOUR SUIT OR OVERCOAT
$10 worth $15 and $18.
400 Men's Overcoats, the price
is $3.50 worth $5.
400 Men's Overcoats, the price
is $4.98 worth $7.
~300 Men's Overcoats, the price
is $7 worth $10.
l 25 Men's Overcoats, the price
is $9.75 worth $14.
rU W SUITS
On Sale atHalf Price.
to b < a F ivi Suit for a little
usand & y. Knee .5uits just land
im 5Cc. to~ 82.00 on every Boy's
red pair>z voys Odd Knee Pants
buyers h:ave W~arned if thiey want
e is only one pl~ace to find thern
Women andi Children Wear.
SSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLfNA,
INACE( OUNTY OF NE'WVBERHY-IN
ax fo Ord THE COMMON PLEAS.
1X fO Or I -M. Monroe Harris, in his own right and
i Pur poses as administrator of Jas. Y. Harris,
scal1 Year dcae, against
Dece b r Cajarah Rumley et al., Defendants.
Decemb i;Y RDER OF THE COURT
2, an M tj o herein I will sell before the court
house at Newberry on the first Monday
nte re st 'Or in November, within the legal hours of
sale, to the highest bidder, that certain
a H 0ouie lot in the town of Newberry known as
the "Dansby Lot'', containing one acre,
more or less, bounded on the northeast
BY THE MA T- by Vincent street, northwest by estate
of the Towr.~ of of Jno. W. Taylor, southwest by lot of
ouncil assembhi. Thos. Williams, southeast by lot of
the same: John McMorries.
tax of Sixty Ce;its Also that other lot _known as the
iDollars worth 'W "Texas Place", containing two and
>perty in the Town one-ha.lf (2 1-2) acres, more or less,
(except the tro- bounded by Ganttstreet, the estate of
nd institutions of Jno. WV. Taylor and by McMorries
levied and shall be street.
r of the said town, Terms of sale: One-half of the
ry town purpose.r. p)urchase money to be paid in cash; the
of Seven and a balance on a credit of one year, with
)ne Hundred Dol- interest from day of sale, credit portion
d Personal proper- to, be secured by the bond of the purch
.berry. S. C., (ex- aser and a mortgage of the premises
hurches and insti- sold, with leave to the purenaser to
is hereby levied pay any of the credit portion in cash.
the treasury of Purchaser to pay for papers.
purpose of paying H. H. RIKARD, Master.
pera House Bonds. Master's Office Oct. 13, 1902.
ksher ndTeasure' L. - D FO~R S3AI ~
wful money of the N SA LESDAY IN NOVEMBER
the 10th day of next, unless sooner sold at private
day of Decem- sale, I will offer for sale before the
Court House, at Newberry, S. C.,
r the 10th (lay ot within legal hours of sale, the follow
malty of ten (10) inv descr'ibed tract of land: "All that
led to all taxes in traict or plantation of land situate in
inerth Crpr-Newber'ry County, in the State of
adrthe sadCopor South Carolina, containing two hundred
the aid own,and eighty-nine 93-100 acres, more or
day of October, less, and bounded by lands of, or form
KLETTNER,erly of, the esitate of Asa Darby, Moor
KLETTNER,man Ruff, John A. Cromer and Ange
Mayor- lina C. Caldwell." Terms of sale one
third cash and balance in three annual
C. N. instailments with interest from day of
-- sale at eight per cent. per annum, to
'S ---r N:.t amp be secured by bond or notes of pur
Pads ice. De es, chaser and mortgage of premises sold.
iuttits J P' on GEO. Y. HUNTER,
her St am ' .M:o u- Agent for Owner,
am.i 1.-a Prosperit S. C.
U C S
on a Stove is a
THE GREAT WHI
Bakes, Boils, Broils
W. G. Maye
IT'S A PERPBC
* CLAY "RODSTEH
AND A GREA
NEWBERRY HARDWARE C
SATE OF SOUTH CAROL:NA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Fannie C Russell, et al,, Administrators,
D. A. Russell, et al, Defendants.
B~Y ORDER OF THE COURT HERE
-'in I will sell at public outcry be
fore the court house at Newberry, be
tween the legal hours of sale, on the
first Monday in November, 1902, all
that lot of land situate, lying and being
in the town of Newberry, County of
Newberry, State aforesaid, on Main or
Pratt street, measuring forty feet in
width and 127 feet, six inches in length,
bounded on the North by Main or Pratt
stret, east by lot of Mrs. Harriet Y.
Lare, South by estate of Jacob F. Rus
seU and West by lot of or -formerly of
WAlso al that lot of land in the town
of Newberry, said county and State,
containing nine-hundredths (9-100) of
an acre, more or less, known as lot No.
2 of the Mill lot, fronting on Main or
Prtt street, otherwise bounded by lots
Nos. 1, 3 and 6 of said Mill lot.
Terms of sale: One-half cash, bal
ance on a credit of twelve months, with
inerest from day of sale until paid, at
8 per cent. ;per annum, to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
of the premises sold. Purchasers to pay
foral paeH. H. RIKARD, Master.
Master's Office, October 14, 1902.
But remember your.
cash works for you
at the department
They Keep every-'
thing from a cambric
needle to a four-i
Goods arriving daily. Don't blame
i that you pay the other f&ellow
mmoe for goods. WVe aisk ywu to
Look! Look! Look!
Leader of Low Prices,
Prosperity, S. C.
once and for.
all time by
3 guarantee ofi
d it's a good4
TE ENAMEL LINE
Roasts and Stews4
7With i his set of plows, by Mallory's
p mode ye encn prepare your land 10 to
12 inches deep and have your rows
laid off in k::s time than it would take
to turn it broadcast 4 to 5 inches deep.
SIt' deep plowing pays,-If saving
a labor pays,-If holding the rains
pays, --If keeping your land from
washing up pays, -By using the Mal
lory Plow you will get pay four times,
and a dozen times more satisfaction
Sth'an you ever got in farming.
For catalogue giving full details,
rules, modes and prices address,
0. NEWBERRY, 8. C.
H-.ir Brouw, Tooth Brushes,
P.t -n Ciasware, Suhps and
Per i: merv.
En ryt hing at (elosest pries and
W. E. Peiham &Son.
Inc. e paid on de-posi1 s in the Savings
Deoat:wn:t at 'be rate of 4 per cent.
per~i a.im from d:ue of deposit at
OF NEWB3ERRY, S. c.
CAPITAL - - $ 50,000 00
G O. S. MOWER. 3 (A- SMITh
A. . 'flBSO:- W. H. HlLUNir
o. l, \IA y ER, Z. P. WVRIG; FT,
C AFE DINING ROOM.-Meals can
be had at all hours at the Cafe
dining room on West Main street, op
posite Klettner's. Always the best the
market affords at very moderate prices.
Meals served in any style to suit anT
taste. Fresh oysters aas on han.
3t McKenzie & Son.