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ORDER OF THE 34TERBN STAR
lfth Chapter No. 9, of NewborrY, inatitute d
Ruth Chapter No. 9, Order of the
Eastern Stir, which was organized in
Ohis ity some time ago, was instituted
on Thursday night by Special Grand
Deputy Otto Klettner.
The organization was perfected, and
the folowing officers chosen:
Warthy Matron-Mrs Hattie J. Mayer.
Worthy Patron-Dr. Van Smith.
Amociate Matron-Miss Lizzie Domi
Seertary-Miss Cora Dominick.
Treasurer-Mrs. Mary Klettner.
caiuctress-Mrs. Minnie McL. Hun
te Conductress Mrs. Eunice
The,bpoitive offices were filled as
-Adak-Iics Jennie Mann.
nth'-Mrs. Bessie C. Pifer.
--Mrs. Van Smith.
g' rth- Jessie c. Earhardt.
-&7-Mrs Eunice Hair.
Oraer of the Eastern Star is de
give female relatives of
*ome degree the benefits of
naosic Order, and only such, to
001 - the Masons themselves,
~ which was scheduled to
Newberry tomorrow after
0 ot he heme. Thp manage
1 %era house on Saturday
a edatelegram from the
band, announeing that
of the serious illness of
appendiCitis, all his dates
cqn6eUed and his Southern
Ines has biei carried
larg auMWc greeted the
minstrels in the
Sturday night. The show
awd clean throughout, and
vorably with any of its
a Newberry for the past
The scenery and the
Wo especially appropriate
and out of the ordinary
n in.minstrel shows.
W y execate c:.i. t
)emnratic Executive Com
emtyappointed at citizens'
eeniduet +he Democratie-pri
the nomination of mayor and
ad ecoemmissioner of pub
for the ensuing terms, held
es-i Sra ftron
lesu aselectedechairman of
r tsadFred H. Dominick,
- In accoordance 'with rules
- iidtisnsa aprimary was or
bei~~ld on Tuesday, the 25th,
eletid appointed as
o.A. Semi, S. N. Nolan,
~Mittel,7 years old, died at
nast night and hisremains
intorred here tomorrow morn
- u hlied in
of'Netwberry, but has
BenettsiRethree years. He
rie deaughters and three
%itel was engaged in the mer
l siness in Newberry for many
having recently moved from here
During his stay among
muemany friends, who will be
teuinthe news of his death.
Waat* to et Back.
Kelly, colored, has already
Sseveral sentences on the chain
Sand it seems that he likes the
and is anxious to get back. On Fri
ingtduring the supper hour at
SCrotwell Hotel, he entered the
roomnof Mrs. Huet took a look into
-f te bureau drawers and trunks, and
into siything else which excited his
ctriaaity. He was not satisfied here,
and decided that he could go further and
fare better. Acting upon the thought,
and bold in his determination, expect
ing tQ find it empty but desiring to
-make, sure, he knocked upon the door
of 'Mss Elle Huiett's room. Miss
Hiett, however, was inside, and Kelly
:tempted the disappearing stunt.
He ran into th7 street, hotly pursued.
he frst persons he met were
Chief Hunter and Policeman Bradley.
Bant he had his nerve with him. As
.oo as he saw them he called back to
Mrs/HRuiett that he was comning, and
started back for the hotel. But Messrs.
;unter.and Bradley had made his ae
uaintance on several former occasions,
and the ruse failed to work. They fol
ilwel him to the hotel, and after a
ood deal of chasing he was finally
~captured, and he is now awaiting the
ext term of the circuit court.
Why 8+" Popular.
The popularity of "Clifton" flour is
due to its unequaled quality-absolute
yu,retaig all the nutritive and
l~alhfu qulities of the finest selected
weat. Calfor "Cliffton" if you want
the purest and best. Call at either ol
these groceries: E. R. Hipp, Hayes &
McCarty and L W. Cosby.
The Bachelor Maids will meet witl
Mrs. M. A. Carlisle this afternoon al
Miss HELEN MOWER,
Miss A zILE POOL, Sec.
TIELUS your Millinery needs. W<
.Lcan supply them. A trial orde:
ans a constant trade.
lUIC DIO~D MUD ? IAI~DV ?~D
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT,
Col. August Kohn, of the News and
Courier, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Walt. Davis, who is with the
Spartanburg Herald, visited his par
ents in the city Sunday.
Prof. Barney L. Jones, of the Laurens
Graded Schools, is editing a teachers'
column in the County News.
Mrs. Eloise Brown, who has been
visiting friends in Newberry, has re
turned to her home in Birmingham, Ala.
Mrs. D. F. Pifer left yesterday for
New Orleans, La., Houston, Texas,
and other points, where she will visit
relatives and friends. 4
Mr. J. P. Cook has in his grocery
store, on Main street, one of the most
unique tricks in the shape of a set of
computing scales ever brought to New
Newberry has a hose wagon. She
will soon have completed a modern
structure to be used as fire headquar
ters. And yet, in the absence of
horses, both will stand idle.
Protracted services at the First Bap
tist church, to be conducted by Rev.
L. M. Roper, of Spartanburg, will be
gin on Thursday evening, and will con
tinue fqr about ten days. A cordial
invitation is extended the public to
A town registration certificate is
necessary to vote in the city elections.
Especial attention is desired to be
called to this matter, inasmuch as the
idea seems to prevail among a good
many that a county registration ticket is
It is stated that Hon. Fred H.
Dominick, of Newbbrry, will be a can
didate for Code Commissioner to suc
ceed Hon. W. H. Townsend who has
been appointed Assistant Attorney Gen
eral. Mr. Dominick is a young- lawyer
of ability and would fill the office ac
The Hon. George Johnstone, of New
berry, was in Charleston yesterday in
attendance upon court. Col. Johnstone
was a candidate in the last primary
election for a seat in the United States
Senate and the golden eloquence that
flowed from hiin while stumping the
State charmed all hearers and gave his
opponents many distressing things to
think about. As lawyer, orator, think
er, gentleman and scholar Col. John
stone can only be classed with the elect
and those who sitin high places.-News
and Courier, 7th.
NO COMMON PLE~AS t'OURT,
Dee,lared Off by Newberry Bar-Que'ton
Raised In Remgard tra Judge Buchanaan.
At a meeting of the Newberry Bar
Association held on Saturday morning,
it was decided to call off the regular
November term of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, * which was to aecn
vened yesterday morning.
It .is generally believed that the
reason for 'this action is the fact that
Judge O. W. Buchanan, who was to
hold the court, does not live in the
circuit which he was elected, and that,
on this account 'is not qualified under
the constitution, to act. Moreover,
the docket was abinog cleared by the
special term held several weeks ago,
and several attorneys are necessarily
absent from the city this week.
-The New t'ehedule.
For some time the business people of
Charleston have been trying to get
into closer touch with the up-country.
They have realized that a quicker and
closer railroad schedule was the first
requisite of such business relations and
in addition to quicker communication,
that Charleston and her interests would
be brought into closer daily contact by
the leading newspaper getting into that
section as early as the other newspapers
and being available to business men.
The Southern Railway responsive to
this request and to bind the two sec
tions, has announced a train which will
leave Charleston every morning at 3:20
o'clock and make a fast schedule for
This schedule, which is now in effect,
will bring mail and passengers direct
from Charleston and intermediate
points. The new train will reach New
berry at8:37 a. m.
It will be of interest to know that
this new schedule brings The News
and Courier to Newberr at 8:37 eveg~
morning. As evei one ows there is
no better newspaper than The News
and Courier. It is a first-class news
paper in every respect and publishes
the full telegraphic and market reports
and gives all the State news.
A Few Becagues' Worth R-adiung.
Why go to Dr. I. Crimm's for
glasses? Because you do not experi
ment when you buy your glasses from
Dr. I. Crimmn.
You will receive fair treatment. A
cari and scientific examination. .No
gu ess work will be tolorated. Dr.
Crimm has a sound optical reason be
hind every lens. Each case treated
accordingly. No made-up glasses used.
No gasswill be fitted unless you
nethem. An examination of the
eyes means more than the mere trying
on of different glasses. Dr. Crimm 's
glasses will stop all eye strain and
headache. Dr. Crimm's glasses make
good eyes, and because time has proved
that those who use Dr. Crimm's glasses
can see better and Seeing is believing.
Dr. Crimm's prices are very reasona.
Dr. Crimm will remain in Newberry
until Saturday, November 22nd only,
positively no longer. Examination of
the eyes free. Do not miss the oppor
tunity to call on him.
Stocks and Bonds
bought and sold or
7 " C WA/IOIL-T'
'ROUND THE WORLD IN A NIGHT.
A Deligh'fal Trip Conducted by the L%d1s4
of 1h,- Lnthttran Church of the
Ked.emner Friday Evening
In this day of already rapid trans
portation, and of startling inventions
tending towards the complete annihila
tion of time and space, only a very
little increiulity was excited when
some time ago the ladies of the Luthe
ran Church announced that on the
evening of Friday, the 7th of Novem
ber, they would "personally conduct"
a trip 'round the world, and that, in
cluding stops for refreshments in each
of the countries visited, the trip would
not consume the whole of one evening.
The unbelievers have been fully satis
fied, and even the most credulous hesi
tate not to say their most sanguine
expectations were far exceeded. To
visit in one evening five countries in
different quarters of the globe, and in
each to be daintly served by its most
beautiful ladies-that is almost the
goal of human effort and achievement,
but that is what was accomplished by
more than two hundred Newberry tour
ists, under the direction and personal
supervision of the Lutheran ladies, on
The first country visited was Holland,
at the residence of Mrs. W. L. Sea
brook. Here Misses Marguerite Cromer,
Sara Rawl, Edna Hipp, Anna Shelly,
and Sadie Goggans ministered to the
comfort of the traveler. Brown bread
sandwiches, cheese, Dutch sausages,
and beer there were in plenty, and
above all a most hearty welcome. In
this connection, for the benefit of a
few who might be horrified at the men
tion of beer, it is distinctly stated that
the beer was root beer, that upon a
thorough analysis of three bottles no
trace of alcohol was found.
The next country visited was Japan,
at the residence of Mrs. W. A. Kinard.
Here, of course, tea and sweet wafers
were found. A good deal of surprise
was manifest upon the appearance,
away over in the Orient, of Misses
Bessie Schumpert, Odalite Johnson,
Julia Paisley, Carolyn Cromer, Maggie
Cline, and Ca-rie Mayes. But there
they were, in possession of the country,
and ruling with queenly grace. But to
their American friends of "auld lang
syne" their majesties were most graci
ous. Right royally did they entertain
them, and bid them Good speed on their
Next, on to France, at the residence
f Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert. Here even the
memory of Napoleons and bloody revo
utions, of Dreyfus and race .dissen
ions, had passed away, and gaiety
reigned supreme in the land of sunny
skies. Delightful salads and other re
freshments were served by Misses
hyra Schumpert, Hattie Shelly, Ethel
Bowers, Heleia Smith, Mary Riser and
It was only the matter of a few min
tes from France to Spain. Here,
while soft music filled the air, the dark
veil of the future was uplifted for the
urious by Mrs. St. Amand and Miss
Sallie Lane. Among those who other
wise entertained the travelers were
isses Lena Riser, Cora Dominick,
Mattie Epting, and Myrtle Dennis.
'he Messres. and Miss Salter furnish 3d
excellent music on their string instru
But, after all, though one may travel
far and wide, and may experience every
pleasure the world is able to give, in
his heart when away there will always
be a great longing for the land of his
birth; and a great joy was felt by the
traveler Friday evening as America, at
the residence of Mrs. J. T. Mayes, was
The home coming of the tourists was
made the occasion of a great reception
in their honor, and appropiate refesh
ments, including ice cream and cake,
were bountifully served. The special
committee for the occasion was com
posed of Misses Vera Honseal, Lizzie
Dominick, Hattie Hipp, Gena Brad
burn, Rosalyn Summer, Marie Reagin,
and Mazie Dominick.
Altogether the entertainment was a
most novel and pleasant one, and most
successful, too, from a financial stand
point, $106 being realized.
The following, which is taken from
the Nashville Tenn., Banner, of Octo
ber 24th, will be read with interest by
Newberry people. Miss Rodelsperger
is a daughter of the late Peter Rodel
sperger, who for many years lived in
Newberry, his family having moved
from here to Tennessee:
"The marrage of Miss Frances Rodel-'
rperger and Mr. Walter Akin was qui
tly celebrated last evening at 7 o'clock
at the residence of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Louisa Rodelsperger, on Belmont
avenue, Dr. William M. Anderson offi
ciating. The marriage was witnessed
by relatives and a few near friends.
"The bride was very handsome in a
tailor suit of blue Venetian cloth with
a picture hat of blue velvet. She car
ried a bouquet of bride roses.
"The bride is a member of a South
Carolina family, who has gained many
warm friends during her residence in
Nashville. Mr. Akin is an artist of
ability and now holds a responsible po
sition with the Phonix Cotton Mills.
"Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Akin left for Chicago and
other points, and on their return No
vember 5 will reside at 127 North Bel
mont avenue. Among the guests at the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Embry of
c'rfion I.:F;m r.
Is the best flour for the health of
your family, the best flour for good,
palatable baking, the best to use at any
and all times. Hayes & McCarty, E.
IT is ar
T e Wiltor\ W still
MWOMW season of
"he Smartsae and 1
& 9 to bu
MAGNET BR AND1111r
-~ ""I busirl
Mrs.M. L Adas, Fedon aa.
mdaceh s orsLeleap efet
A. Skn ,dctoshd giveeen up er
case as hopeless. Hundreds of cases
of cancer, eating sores, supperatmng
swellings, etc., have been cured b
Blood Balm. Among others, Mrs B. M.
Guerney, Warrior ~Stand, Ala. .Her
nose and lip were raw as beef,.with of
fensive discharge from the eating sore.
Doctors advised cutting, but it failed.
Blood Balm healed the sores, and Mrs.
Guerney is as well as ever. Botanic
Blood Balm also cures eczema, itching,
humors, scabs and scales, bone pains,
ulcers, offensive pimples, blood poison,
carbuncles, scrofula, risings and bumps
on the skin and all blood troubles.
Drugists, $1 per large bottle. Sam
ple of Botanic Blood Balm free and pre
paid by writing Blood Balm Co., At
lanta, Ga. Describe trouble and spe
cial medical advice sent in sealed letter.
It is certainly worth while investigat
ing such a remarkable remedy, as Blo
Balm cures the most awful, worst and
most deep-seated blood diseases.
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 any
tast. Feh oysers- .almays on hand.
i important subject. w
d more than half of oui
is certainly worth talkin
n years ago we began tI
Niewberry. We saw thE
3 on correct methods, ai
tion to do oui best to rr
We devoted both time
and we confidently asse
ground of success.
N HAVE T
still moving forward to higher I
methods. Here is the proof. (
902 have eclipsed all our past r
made some mighty good record
ave come to us from far and ne:
Dollar for dollar in value for the
every sale are principles which
enabled us to pursue
to do the Clothing business acc<
) as they please, and if we chose
hen at the root of the sapling of
knows how the chips always fel
WE DON'T WAN
N now unless we can give you t
ou can find anywhere. Neither
[ld up our Clothing business bigi
er satisfaction, so we have deter
~ason of great selling in Clothing
G ~REAT = JAMIES0e
Clothing at Gireati,
ILL MAKE =~
pull the throttle open and put th
man ever at the Clothing Empori
se and select assortment and is:
ess has always been noted. Cl
ting for-men, Clothing for all the
ne t Our Anniversa
t is the place to get more yalt
e are going to make things hum
WIe thank the generous public fo
that are gone. We shall aim t
Women and Jew. be.
Jewels, candy, flowers, iflrnhat is
the order of a wom-in's pr'rne
Jweis form a magnet of mi2 hty po er
to tbe average woman Eveni hia
geatest of all ja ls be.i- , is often
ruined in the srernuous ti ir omk
or s ive I ihe money tO p)urenlas- thlem.
If a woman wil! risk her h. alh :o. get a
covered gemn then let bh-r fortify u r
welf *against the insidu:.us cor:o
quences of e'*ughs, colds andJ brocebial
stfect,ion- by tie reguilar us.- (f Dbr.
B -s hie' . Germa:n S, rup I' wi
pomptly ariest consumptionl in i-s
eal s a r ad beati the -i. ett-d lu es
:o d b-onchial ru es and drive ihe -Irea:i
dise-s- from the s- s'em I is :mt, a
cure all. but it i --. cert o cum.1 for
Xou e a get tis reiable r e
WV. E. Pe&ham & SanO
Got Green's, SpecYl .\!mxana~c
N OTIC IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the books of registration for the
town of Newberry, S. C., are now
open and the undersigned as Supervisor
of Registration for said town will keep
said books open every day from 9 p. in.,
until 5 p. mn., Sun~day's excepted, in
cluding the 1st day of December, 1902.
W. S. LANGFORD,
Sept. 3d, 1902. Sup. Reg.
ROOMS FOR RENT-Parties desir
Ring rooms for office:s, sleeping or
family use-in business portion of city
Main street. Apply to
~E..a P T. PTaiv.rr~,.
'e want to talk about
- existence in Clothes a
ie Clothing business on
possibility of building
id 'we started out with t
iake it pay us and ple
and money to the study
rt that today we stand
ieights There is no progress i
)ur September and October sale
ecords in the Clothing business
s in the past sixteen years. The
money of the . people and satisf
have always been maintained ani
)rding to our own ideas, letting (
to Lay our big acts of low prices
competition, why everybody in
I where they could find a place t
T YOUR DOLLARS
be best Clothing for your money
do wg, want the earth, but we arn
~er and better and give the- peopi
mined to round out this record-I
fn a style never to be for-gotten.
j:= ANNIVERSARY:= SA
y Reduced Prices
e wheel of activity in quicker n
um ot Newberry. The stock corn
rull of the greatest values for whic
thing for the boys, Clothing for 3
ry Sale of Clothing
te for your money than anywher<
with busy selling,
r their extensive patronage in a
>merit the same in the future.
For Sale- Land at a,
2ACRES IN NO.8 TOWNSHIP,
2 0part of old Croft Place, lying*
on road to Kempson's Ferry. Fine
bottom lands on Beaver Dam, will be
sold as a whole, or divided to suit pur
130 Acres lying on road from New
berry to Longshores one mile from
O'Neal's mill. Fine farming land on
Bush River. Good dwelling and la_rge
stable and tenant house-very desira
30 Acres of Land just outside of town
litnits, on the Columbia road; half origi
nal forest, good spring of water, and
fine place for market garden.
700 Acres in No. 4 Township, two
miles from Whitmires, good dwelling,
stables and all necessary tenant houses
on place in good repair. Spendid cot
ton and corn lands, with godpasture;
the year .round. To be bught at a
bargain. Apply to
Newberry, S. C.
(' 0 TO C. W. DOUGLAS' Restau
Urant for your meals, and find com
Cigars and Tobacco. At B. W. Wes
M ONEY TO LOAN--We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands
at seven per cent. interest on;
amounts over one thousand dollars,
and eight per cent. interest on amounts
less than $1,000. Long time and easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
of the M
n stand- COPYrIghw 19
s for the
/1 NAGNET BRAND
iOtiOn 830YS CLOTHING
YODROF THE BOARD OF
Drcosa special meeting of the
sockholders of the Carolina Manufac
:uring Company is hereby called for
Sovember 29, 1902, at 1I o'clock in the
forenoon to consider and act upon the
folowing resolution passed by the board
>f directors of the said company at
:heir meeting held October 25, 1902.
"Resolved, That the Capital stock of
he Carolina Manufacturing Company
e increased thirtyr-five thousand dol
ars to be divided mnto three hundred
mnd fifty shares of par value of one
rundred dollars each, said increase
stock to have the following preferences,
riz: There shall be paid to the holders
~hereof an annual dividend of seven
ollars per share from the earnings of
he Company before any dividend is
aid on any other stock of the Company
and shall have priority over all other
stock in the distribution of the assets
of the Cornp any among the stockholders
in case of liquidation from any cause
before the retirement may be effected
at any time after ten years from the
date thereof, which may be iixed by a
majority vote by the holders of the
common stock on the payment of the
face value thereof and any accrued un
paid dividend to the holder thereof.''
E. A. CARLISLE, Secretary.
Newberry, S. C., Oct. 27, .L992.
(1O TO J. P. COOK FOR CHEAP
r1 3HOSE elegant Satin-lined fine cloth
A.Ladies' Jackets at $12.50 reduced
tn ~1fl (WI ropt ~h at Wnnten'~