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011 3 BMEHODIST COqFZRENOC.
ANmeiae t for It@ Eutertatinment Whi
Ia Newberry Completed.
An arrangements for the entertaij
ent of the South Carolina Conferent
of the M. E. Church South, whic
Mneet"ewberry on the third of D(
Veber, have about begn complete
-hA committees appointed by the Metl
At eengregation to provide home
have met with gratifying success, an
wile.some few changes will be made
d itcaler al the pastors and delegate
bve been assigned, and the Conferene
11irl be given a hearty welcome an
rfgaht royal entertainment.
The following from the Spartanburl
of the News and Cou
ier hk- regaid to a mtter that wil
.ome up for cosidfration at the ses
ienj idNwbery, may be of interest
h" Methodist preachers are.lookin
med t.6uinferance, which will meel
--,There are seven presid
-Mfose term of service wiU
wI &e close of this year.
an imdercurrent of feeling,
_;ilon the presiding eldership, tha
Sth -gt to be remanded to regulaz
rand ieven other good
ao~ ma promoted. Rotatiom
good and beneficial in
-ell as in State. On the
01t i -is asserted that these
~eklr- have qualified them
Special service by years
the districts and that
asikffiaie for Work
or stations. Such are
.4 ion of the laymen,
v,;.vhich:-belong to the
$ t~ebPle will talk."
1hf ivitation have been issued
e marriage, on Thuray,
07th, at 9.0 a. M., of MiBa
cidf BdebaWgh, and Mrt.
Aid,Of CnMhA. )Ms
-fdhas hosts of fz' nds in
tid throughout the State.
s engaged in the railroad
thnmrriage will take place
iiieof Mrs. Bdnagi
wift next Sunday evening
servies in the Lutheran
cetmie at 7.3. o'clock.
,iLjthe pastor, Rev. W. L.
,wIIreich the first of a se
cilsermons on the Songs of
"Te subijeets of these ser
- (96~oember 16th, The First
I& Nvembher,23d, Moses'
S~dea;. November 30th,
q i Well; December 7th,
ef the Methodist Conference
D~,omber14th wIll be Col
21st, The Song of
28th, The Mag
y4th,TIhe Nunc Dimittis.
?ruiln dd some speedy
T in.He was sent for
t#'ockTuesday afternoon by
-.Fse~in,of the Newberry
jt seemn that the coat
heea saed. M[r. Frank
th~e vest of the suit, and
'*~ ~sall ,false pocket in
Abiuj was sQime salt With
rbe wept :in search of
suhanourilater .placed it in
'as hands. 'He found.it in
AOfeprtaini parties .to.whom
sUn~ pild by John Kelly, the
fsas discovered in the Crot
bst 'iFriday--uight. -There
~*mbe~of suits of the same
ainesfr in town, the spit, was
EhI op which Mr. -Franldin
. Fruklrh has recovered for their
sseveral other pieces of property
~ad sold by 1ely. ~Kelly was
M gail last Friday night after
enfilndin the Crotwel otel. He
k asinangand will likely serve
i 1 XiSin. Brown and Miss Janie Can
oa#fthle CdJdwell section, were mar
af at the residence of Dr. W. C,
seraWedesdy afternoon. The
* - ace was performed by Dr. E. P.
~ ~Clhtock. Quite a number of New
~-ry people attended the marriage.
<c ednesday at the residence of Mr, P.
ST. Scott, of Little Mountains Mr.
twa C. Boland and Miss Mildred L.
- tt, Rev. J. K. Efird officiating. Mr.
Raiand was formerly of Little Moun
n,but is now of Prosperity.
Jaror. Wil be Paid.
Judge Buehanan has signed the pay
warrants for the jurors who came to
Newberry on last Monday to attend the
term of court. which ,was called off.
Te warrants may be secured from
erk of Court Goggans.
After the votes in the general elec
est at St. Philip's had been counted,
4 as decided by the farmers present
a hold an election for the title of Pea
4ea,to be given to the one who, in
*4heir opinion, had raised the largest
and best crop of peas. Mr. M. L.
icern received the largest number of
votes and will hold the title for one
Stocks and Bonds
bought and sold on
Z. F. WRIGHT.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Col. W. H. Hunt went to New Yoi
* on business yesterday.
I Mrs. J. 0. Erwin, of Spartanburg,
- visiting relatives in the city.
e Miss Lucy Speers went to Nashvill<
h Tenn., Wednesday to visit friends.
Miss Ruth Wells left yesterday ft
- Opeleika, Ala., where she will teac
s Miss Annie Evans, of Cheraw, i
visiting her sister, Mrs. Robt. T
Mrs. Riser, who has been visitin,
relatives in Greenville, returned hom
Miss Laura Sloop left on Wednesda;
- for Asheville on an extended visit ti
- Dr. Crimm, the eye specialist, wil
be in Prosperity Monday and Tuesda,
$ of next week.
A town registration certificate mus1
be secured each year in order to vot
in the town elections.
Mrs. J. Roland Lylei and little son,
of Columbia, are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis.
Maj. J. F. J. Caldwell, who ha beer
in Newberry for the past several days,
returned to Greenwood yesterday.
Rev. J. L. Young, of Monticello,
Ark., will preach in the Thompsor
Street A. R. P. church Sabbath morn
ing at 1 o'clock.
Rev. L. X. Roper, of Spartanburg,
arrived in the city yesterday and last
night commenced the protracted ser
vices at the First Baptist church.
The' dance which was to have been
given.by th4 German Club tonight, has
been called off. Two club dances will
be given during the Christmas holidays.
Mr. J. D. Davenport met wiV a very
painful accident out the gravellpit one
this week. A large rock fell upon his
hand, almost entirely severing the
Dr. J. K. Gilder and Mr. Pink Bouk
night left for the lower part of the
State on a hunting expedition Wednes
day. They were joined by seval gen
tlemen in Columbia.
It is thought from letters received
from a person claiming to be, that
J. N. Lindsay, brother of Coroner
Lindsay and father of Join Lindsay, of
Ihis city, thought to have been dead for
37 years, is still alive., Coroner Lind
say, however, is not yet satisfied.
Runaway Uarriage and .Arrente
A couple in West End yesterday af
ternoon decided to run away and get,
married, and Magistrate Chappell soon
made themman andwife. Theyong lady's
guardian, however, was not especially
pleased and raised quite a fuss and
used some very bad language. His
son followed his father's example and
both were put undier arrest.
ace'p a nesee-m Ppstorate.
The Bethlehem pastorate, recently
served by Rev. J.3J. Long, but which
has been vacant since Mr. Long's resig
nation to take charge of the Newberry
pastorate, has been accepted by Rev.
J. D. Shealy. Mr. Shealf~ has been
serving the Graniteville pastorate 'in
ivery RosOIe.n She Towns (eA*opi''d aK-d
-There Ia'Reed for 6O-eVero.al.
Prosperity, Nov. 12.-Mr. W. G.
Mitcell, of Dennya, has adnt forward
some of his eects preparatory to his
There'is not a .house in Prosperity
that is not either occupied or has a
prospective occupant. There is aneed
of another Baker with a building faith
in him. The time for himd n-w
Little Earle, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. L. Fellers is quite sick of pneu
Mr. B. L Wheeler'visited his old
home again this week.
The State of Tuesday sliowed the
name of .Mr. Ira Nates among the
rnil cle$ks-of the city of Columbia.
This is gratifying to his many friends
here-his old home.
Mr. Raym~ond Fellers came hoze:
from New*berry last Saturday on ac
count of the revere illness of his lilttle
Mrs. R. L. Iguther,has returned from
a visit to relatives in Columbia.
Very decided improvements have
been made on the Bank of Prosperity
within and without.
Mrs. William Werts, of Mountville,
is visiting in this community.
Mr. Ira Boland, the genial grocery
man of Moseley Bros., has decided that
it is nQt good for man to live alone.
He was married Wednesday at Little
Mountain to Miss Mildred Scott. They
are now here and are occupying rooms
with Mr. J. M. Wheeler in the Pros
perity Hotel building. Another mar
riage in which some of our people .are
interested occurred the same day in an
other part of the county-Mr. Sim
Brown to Miss Janle Cannon.
Mrs. P. N. Livingston is visiting her*
daughter, Mrs. F. E. Schumpert.
Mr. J. P. Mayd, the photographer, is
here and is occupying up stairs over
Moseley Bros'. store. He will take your
picture for you.
The Old Drug Store is moving into
new quarters in one of the new Baker
Miss May Dominick has just returned
from a visit to relatives at Poucha
taula, La. She had a delightful stay
in that low country dotted with many
lakes and watered by the lordly Missis
sippi, and she looks somewhat improved
Foraey sufeer.Droru imm,t
FEye. eilstfferemaD.I im ee
unti iaitra , oie y ino Nery
..61 tnway 99nd nnnitivalv nn longer.
The Town Will Meet the College on Thank
is giving Day.
A match game of foot-ball has bee
arranged to be played on the colleg
gridiron on Thanksgiving. A specia
h team organized for the occasion by th
town boys will go up against a colleg,
team composed of the best players se
lected from the various class teams
which have already been doing. somi
good work this season.
g1 It will be a great game, and will ni
e doubt be largely attended. A smal
admission will be charged, and thf
7 entire proceeds will be given to th(
D college athletic association.
The line-up of the two teams will bx
I as follows:
, Newberry. Position. College.
Wright c Crout
Johnstone rg Epting
McCarty 1 g Black
McCaughrin r t Riser
Werts I t Wise
Moore r e Haltiwanger
Mayes 1 e Yonce
Eskridge f b Wiles
Pope r h Fulmer
Jamieson 1 h Dreher
Gilder q b Voigt
The game will probably be played in
Admission: Adults 15 cents; children
5 cents; ladies free.
Pay for Managers of Election.
Managers of election may receive
their pay now at any time it is called
for. The managers of Federal election
will call upon Mr. Jno. W. Earhardt,
at The Herald and News office, and
managers of State election upon Clerk
of Court Goggans at his office.
A good two horse farm for rent, near
Pomaia, S. C. There is a first class
dwelling house on it, and all the out
houses are good. There are good pas
ture lands and hay meadows on the
place. It is convement to two schools,
md Bethlehem Lutheran Chutch. It
was the home place of J. D. Suber,
deceased. For terms apply to
R. H. WELCH, Newberry, S. C.
Remaining in postoffice for week end
ing Nov. 8, 1902:
B-Mrs Alice Boozer, S B Booeer.
D-Albert Davis, Mrs Mary F Domi
G-Mrs Mary Gomillion.
J -J G Johnson.
L-J N Livingeton, Miss Lillia Denzia.
'M-Ike Manns, Fred Morgan.
~R-D R Rooks.
S -Mattie Spearman, Miss Maggie
Sinson, Mrs. Eliza Sly.
W-A F Whitaker.
Persons calling for thes.e letters will.
please say they are advertised.
C. J. Purcell, P. M.
are saying -that the
In order that two
gueshed family of ''(
one hundred prizes
5,000 lE G
(Divided in 100 P
to the wearers who g
best reasons WHY
IS SUPERIOR I
i |St. ""
Call at our SHOE
THERE WAS No CONSULTATION.
I- Jndge Buchanan K"gw Nothing of
Matter of Calling Off The Newberr
Court, Until Requested to do so by the
e In the Newberry correspondence
I The State, in regard to the calling
of the Common Pleas Court by t
Newberry Bar, appeared the stateme
that "Judge Buchanan, who was pi
siding, -does not now reside in the e
euit for which- he was elected," eti
and "he, knowing this, and after cc
sulting with the lawyers here thoug
best to adjourn the Court, as questio
might arise in the future which wou
make the business transacted null ai
void." This, if true, .would possih
place Judge Buchanan in a false pos
tion. The fact is, at the time t
meeting of the Bar Association wi
held, Judge Buchanan was not in Nev
berry. Col. 0. L. Schumpert, Chai
man of the Newberry Bar Associatioi
when seen by a representative of T1
Herald and News, gave out the follov
ing statement in'regard to the matte
"It seems that the information in rf
gard to the failure to hold a term <
Court during the present week at Nev
berry, which formed a basis of wha
appeared in the correspondence of tb
State, was inaccurate.
"Judge Buchanan was not at lieN
berry, had -no knowledge of the meel
ing of the Bar, nor of its requests fc
him to adjourn the Court, nor had h
any consultation with any*of its mer
bers, until the request was telegraphe
to him. at Winnsboro.
"Upon meeting to arrange the-busi
ness of the Court for this week, th
Bar found that very much of its de
layed business had been transacte
during a two weeks' special term o
Court lately presided over by Specia
Judge Izlar. Some of the members o:
the Bar found that they would be com
pelled to be absent from Newberry dur
ing the present week and had to ask g
continuance of their cases. This lefi
so little business to be transacted thal
it would not justify the expense of a
term of Court. They therefore re.
quested its adjournment."
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 onynourish a particulari part of
the bd, but it will sustain every pther
part. Ye, however good your food
may be,.its nutriment is destroyed by
indigestion or dyspepsia. You must
prepare f.or 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,
stimuates the liver to healthy action,
purifies the blood, and makes you feel
buyant and vigorous. You can get
this reliable remedy at W. E. Pelham
Get Green's Special Almanac.
"Queen Quality" Sho
millions more may be
ueen Quality" wearer
rizes) I '
N THE FOLLO WIN
[hat Comfortable Feeling' of a
Showing where and how they fit bett
s the cause of "that Comfortable Fee
he "satisfying liualities" of a
Showing why women who have once
rear them afterward.)
exclusive 'Style andlndividualit
Showingr why "Queen Quality is
)SLALOCK POPRiTY NOT 8OLD.
'he Trustee Disobeys Referee's Order an
7 Fails to Show Up At Time Appointed.
"Pursuant to an order of R. H
of Welch, Esq., Referee in Bankruptcy,'
"f the property of L. W. C. Blalock
he bankrupt, and of J. S. Blalock, bank
he rupt, at Goldville, was to have beei
nt old yesterday, by W. R. Ritchie, o:
e Laurens, Trustee. The order of th(
Court, however, was disobeyed, th(
trustee failed to show up at the ap
n- pointed time, and the property remaim
a Tuesday afternoon, the day before
Id the time oppointed for the sale, Frank
P. McGowan, of .the Laurens Bar, rep
.I resenting the trustee, Mr. Ritchie, ap
peared before Mr. Welch asking for
k stay of the order of sale. The request
was refused by Mr. Welch. Yesterday
Mr. Welch went up to Goldville, ex
pecting, of course, that the sale would
be made. About two hundred persons
were present. As stated above, they
were disappointed. Something further
in regard to the *matter will likely be
heard in the very near future.
Preaching at King's Cre- k.
e Rev. C. M. Boyd will preach at
King's Creek the third Sabbath, the
r A Card of I hanks.
e The ladies of the Aid Society of the
- Lutheran chure+ wish to express their
i thanks to all who contributed in*any
way to make their recent entertain
ment such a great success, especially
a to the newspapers without whose co
- operation that success would not have
I been possible,
I lifton P!oar.
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.
R. Hipp and L. W. Cosby keep it.
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r Full Particulars.
Here is something we want you to read,
and read carefully. We want to talk to you
about the good quality of our merchandise and
our low prices, and we want to impress upon
you right here that we never separate quality
and price. No matter -how low the price, the
quality is still there--everything we sell is of
standard quality. Here is one of the elements
of our success: We make the price so low at
all times and the character of our merchan
dise so high that any buyer can offord to buy
of us. We are specialist in our lines which
Dry goods, Dress go9ds, Silks, Velvets,
White goods, Trimmings, Buttons,
Embroideries, Laces, White and Red
Flannel, Embroidered Flannel, Hand
kerchiefs. Hosiery, Uuderwear, Corsets,
Domestics, Jeans, Calicoes, Homespuns,
Bleachings, Shirtings, Outings, Flanelette,
Ladies Wraps, Lace Curtain, Counter,
panes. Yankee Notions.
In fact our large stock comprises almost anything you may
ask for, L.u priced to suit you. Millinery is one of our strong
points in all grades, cheap to very fine. *We can please you In
this department. Some solid, good shoes for all. We do not
sell shoddy. Men's Shoes, Women's Shoes, Poy's Shoes,
Girls' Shoes, Baby Shoes. Let us fit your feet in solid
leather Shoes, the kind that look well, wear well and cost
Walk Over Shoes for Men,
Autoao Shoes for Women,
Regina Shoes for Women,
Ideal Shsoe for Children,
Come and examine our stock.
20 yds. Sea Island Cloth at only 49 cents.
' At 0. KLETTNER'S,At0KETNRS
80 lbs Special Driv. Twist Chew- 11-sgo i ~f.efr$ 0
i'og Tobhacco at only 250 per lh.
At0 LTNW,At 0. KLETTNER'S,
6 packagMs (16 oz eaeb) Wash. Fu~nRJbfaO14.(z
ing Powders at only 250.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,At0KLTNRS
Maso's Frait Jars-1 doz. } gals. $.0gig~t6o ar
at 99c., 1 doz qjts. at 73e.__ _____________
At 0. KLETTNER'S,At0KLI1NRS
100 pairs Children's Slippers 1 asGo ahn opa
At 0 KLTTNE'S,At 0. KLETTNER'S,
12 lb. Armand ammerKeg1 b o iof SrL e for $1005.
Sruidaa Rtberontlnl 4edos
At . KETNERS,At 0. KLETTNERS
10 yd. 40 n. Hevy Sheti5gatgCinglates, Cup air
wot 2 tonly 41o. a p air only 25c.wrt .
12 Ab Air and mmer eaEeyie
AtULL VALUTER FR'S, ONY
O sleAs D.ILETNERSETS
Ou lnes of a A tra0
China Pands Engli. sh
only 4e. aol this onth a.
FRIED,i STEWd, pqres Evertie. s
FULEDO AE FOris YOUR mostcEful
bur. Wie ofAstig
Eenderloin Steak, tocoeuthilnef
Fish, Game, Ham gos ti l
and Egs,oEtc Ope mnt tok
chaser te buyos cfu
IN FRSTCLASMNNE uer. slite areesirng
~ndSeredon hoto Newberoury linwaeCof
Notiods,tit is0all .
and Egs Etc.~ VEYFRDY IH
II - Lchaser tolc abuyi l at muhe
EJ SB y PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
MJ 1 Q rcEd Ec~Ib.idng iiosc
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