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E. H. AUIL, EDITOR.
COLUMBIA LETTER.
Columbia, Dec. 11.-Last night Gov.
McSweeney received the following tel
egram, signed John P. Haines, presi
dent of the American Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals:
"It -is reported that bulls owned by
R. H. Thomason and H. M. Tillman are
to be fought to a finish at Rock Hill
Friday next at noon. There are also
to be dog and cock fights. This is in
direct violation of 2257 and 507 of crim
inal statutes of South Carolina. Please
take- action to pcevent this violation of
law."
The governor at once replied to Pres
ident Haines as follows:
"Have heard nothing of report bull
fight Rock Hill. Have wired for par
ticulars."
He' also at once sent a dispatch to
Editor Hull of the Rock Hill Herald re
caling the allegitions made by Presi
dent Hines and asking to be advised
of the facts.
This morning the following caine
from Rock Hill:
"Replying to yours of last night re
port referred to appears to be authen
tic. Ha id bills circilated anouncing
bU figlt, dog fight, cock fights, etc.,
commencing tomorrow at noon on farm
of R. F. Thomason four miles, South
east-of Rock Hill. J. J. Hull."
The governor when the telegram
c eame last night did not think there was
anything in the report, but thought
best to- wire for particulars. Such
sport is in direct conflict with the laws
of 'South Carolina. The sections re
ferred to by Mr. Haines are in the re
gised statutes of 1893. The law is
found in Townsend's code at sections
6 to 633 inclusive.
The State officers are all busy closing
up the year's work and getting their
reports ready for the printer.
UWSPAPER ENTERPRISE.
The Newberry Herald and News last
week published the paper daily during
the session of Conference. The Her
ald and News is one of the most enter
prising newspapers in this State, but
we venture to est, when the net re
sults are sm up, that that newspa
per will not again print a daily paper
for nference. The Herald and News
will get much credit for- enterprise and
public spirjt in this matter. The Press
and Ranne has, in the past, done a lit
tie of that sort of workc, but its cost
does not yield big dividends.
We have often wondered why as en
a newsplaper as The Herald
Nw isdoes not throw away its
leads and use smaller type.-Press and
Banner.
We t~hank Brother Wilson for his
kma worgis. The next time Conference
meets inNiewberry the town will have
grown so that a daily will be printed
anyway and regularly. We have some
*enterpisg merchants who saw the
opportimity of getting their goods be
fore the people and our daily had a
small source ofinoe
SOME (ORE BOUQUETS.
The Herald and News of Newberry
did itself great credit by its publica
tion~ of a daily edition during the ses
sions of the Methodist Conference.
The conception was a happy one and
wa exceptionally well carried out.
Wiisboro News and Herald..
The Newlerry Herald and News dis
played considerable enterprise in'issu
ing a daily during the annual session of
'the Methodist Conference in that city
during the past week. It was illus
trated, contained a full report of each
-, -sessaon, many biographical sketenes of
the prominent 'members' and other in
teresting- ueading matter.-Anderson
Intelligeneer.
The new * 1la'eetobesoe
tbng' of a fac.There is pothing in
the Act prohibiting the "lease" of pis
tols for ninety years and we venture to
*say that as many pistols are "leased"
as were sold before the passing of the
*Act--Journal and Review.
The pistol toting habit will never be
cured by legislation. And a law that
has not the respect of the people and
which can not be enforced tends to
breed contempt of all law.
In the depth of Gen. E. W. Moise at
his home iii Sumter on last Monday
night, another link in the chain that
binds the South of today to the old
South has been broken. Gen. Moise
was a gallant Confederate soldier, and
was elected adjutant and inspector gen
eral on the Hampton ticket in 1876.
- Chester's sewerage system cost her
about $2,000 per mile of pipe. At this
priee were lain some seven or eight
miles.
Hose Wagon Horses.
The city council yesterday purchased
from Mr. A. T. Brown a pair of horses
for the hose wagon. They are large
beys, .well matched, and are beauties.
They were secured at a cost of $400.
BratIo-Food Now,sense.
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 other1
part. Ye, however good your food
may be, its nutriment is destroyed by
indigestion or dyspepsia. You must I
prepare for their appearance or pre
vent their coming by taking regular
doses of Green's August Flower, the i
favorite medicine of the healthy mil
lions. A few doses aids digestion, '
stimulates the liver to healthy action, i
-purifies the blood, and makes you feel
buoyant and vigorous. You can get t
this reliable remedy at W. E. Pelham I
&-Son.
Get Green's Special Almanac.
Mater's Sales.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEAS
Fannie S. Maffet and Carrie Fant,
Plaintiffs, vs. Carrie Jefferson, Mamie
Abney, Daisy Abney, John Jefferson,
Emma Jefferson, Clinton Jefferson,
Udra Jefferson and Randall Jefferson,
Defendants.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
the Court herein, I will sell to the
highest bidder before the court house, at
Newberry, S. C., within the legal hours
of sale, on saleday, the first Monday in
January, 1903, all that piece or parcel
of land lying and being situate in the
County of Newberry, State aforesaid,
containing Forty-Two (42) Acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands of Mrs.
Emily Goggans, Mrs. Alice Schumpert,
Mary Jane Cook, Randolph Jefferson
and Nannie E. A. Waldrop.
Terms of sale: One half cash, balance
in twelve months, with interest from
day of sale, credit portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
the premises sold, with leave to pay
the entire bid in cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
H. H. RIKARD,
Master Newberry County, S. C.
Mister's Office, Dec. 9, 1902.
STATE. OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEAS.
D. H. Wheeler, Plaintiff, vs. Sallie C.
Wheat, Defendant.
BY ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, I will sell at public outcry,
before the Court House at Newberry,
between the legal hours of sale, on the
first Monday in January, 1903, the fol
lowing described property to wit:
All that-lot of land lying and being
in the county and State aforesaid situ
ated in the Town of Prosperity, S. C.,
fronting twenty-five feet on McNary
and Holley Ferry road and running
back eighty-five feet, and bounded by
Lot No. 2, belonging to Dr. J. B. Simp
son, and Lot No. 4, belonging to Logan
Wyse.
And also that other lot in the Town
of Prosperity, S. C., known as Lot No.
2, fronting on Main street and running
back to a street in the rear, containing
Ten One-Hundredths of an Acre, more
or less, bounded by lots of E. K. Beden
baugh, J. B. Simpson, A. L. Wyse and
Salhe C. Wheat.
- Terms of sale: One-half cash, balance
in twelve months, with interest from
day of sale, credit portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
of the premises; the house on Lot No.
2 to be insured for two-thirds of its
value and the policy assigned to the
Master. Purchaser to pay for papers.
With leave of purchaser to pay the
whole bid in cash.
H. H. RIKARD,
Master Newberry County.
Master's Office, Dec. 9th, 1902.
STATE OF SOU (H CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEAS.
J. S. Merchant, M. S. Merchant and
L J. Merchant, in their own right
and as Executors of J. W. Merchant,
deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. Nannie L
Merchant and others, Defendants.
B YORDER OF THE COURT HERE
in, Iwill sell to the highest bidder
before the Court House, at Newberry,
S. C., within the legal hours of sale on
salesday, the first Monday in J.anuary,
1903, all that lot of land in the Town of
Prosperity, County and State aforesaid,
containing Two and Three-tenths Acres,,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
Henry S. Boozer and others, and for
merly owned by Burr Stockmnan, furth
er known by the name of the "Old
Tanyard Lot," same being lot upon
which J. W. Merchant lived at the tune
of his death.
Terms of Sale-One-half to be paid in
cash, balance in one year, with interest
from day of sale, credit portion to be
secured by bond of the purchaser and
inortgage of the premises sold; the
house upon said lot to be insured for at
least three-fourths of its value by the
purchaser and policy assigned to the
Master. Purchaser to pay for papers.
With leave to purchaser to anticipate
all or any part of the credit rtion.
MatrsMaster Newberry County.
' Mste'sOffice, Dec. 9th, 1903.
Notice to Creditors.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEAS.
J. S. Merchant, ,M. S. - Merchant and
L. J. Merchant, in their own right
and as Executors of the estate of
J. W. Merchant deceased, Plaintiffs,
vs. Nannie L. Merchant and others,
Defendants.
T HEC CREDITORS OF J. W. MER
chant are hereby required ~to pre
sent their demands and establish the
same before me on or before the 10th
day of January, 1903, and they are
ereby.enjoined from suing upon or
otherwise prosecutmg their demands
except in this proceeding.
H. H. RIKARD,
Master Newberry County.
Master's Office, Dec. 9th, 1903.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE
T OR AN AUTHORIZED AGENT
, will be at the following places
named below for the purpose of taking
returns of personal property for the
year 1903.
At Newberry January 1st to 15th.
At Chappells January 16th.
At Longshores January 17th.
At Whitmires January 19th.
At Maybi- ton January 20th.
At Glymphville January 21st.
At Walton January 22nd.
At Pomaria January 23d
At Jolly Street January 24th.
At Slig''s January 26th.
At O'Neall's January 27th.
At St. Lukes January 28th.
At Prosperity January 29th and 30th.
And at Newberry until February 20th,
tter whic.h time the law requires a
>enalty of 50 per cent. to be added.
All notes, mortgages, and moneys are
axable. The law provides also for an
nome tax on gross incomes of $2500.00
nd upwards.
All male persons between the ages of
1 and 60 years are liable to poll tax
inless exempt by law.
Don't ask that your return be taken
he same as last year, or say there is
o change.
Returns must be made on proper1
lanks, and sworn to by parties making
e same. el
In making returns be sure and state
rhether you have bought or sold any1
eal estate since last return.
All property owned or controlled by s
hetxae<nte1tdyo aur
rstbe listaed for taxa1tidyofn anar
WsMe.ite o taxatioMER
Audto Nwber CRounty. g
A big stock of bran new
season of the year when
transaction. Every day in
way to the greatest sale in
to seethe crowds of anxioi
on money saving. I am dE
stock, let them bring what
the crowd.
A BIG DRES%
I have sold thousands an
and Silks this season, and
stock at first cost. Come I
will do the work of two.
JACKETS, CAPI
Have you bought yet?
must unload, and to do so
100 Jackets, Tan, Blue an
A big line of Monte Carlo (
$10.00, worth double.
Grand Ma
Thonsands of yds. of White Hc
Thousands of yds. Calicoes to
Thousanes of yds. Sea Island t
Thousands of yds. Indigo Blue
Thousands oferds. Jeans, sligh
100 Bolts of Outings, 10Oc. kint
100 Prs. Kid Gloves, all shade:
300 Doz. Ladies' Handkerchie:
The Shoe Department.
Ten Thousand Dollars v~
dren's Shoes thrown on ti
offer will be accepted on a
Our entire line M en's-ani
200 Men's Over Coats a
follow the crowds to
The Chear
MIN2
The Cheapes
A IClothing,Men's,Youths'
and Boys', and Ladies
and Children's
Street Hats
A T COS T. |_
ow For Your Bread! E
Having an interest in
4ills in Tennessee we can R
ead in prices in flour:
Full Patent - $4.20 W
Half Patent - 3.90 wi
Strait -- - -3.80w e
Ve have left afew s
barrels of lower Tal
grade - - - - 3.25 Tal
Come today. Goods at -
hese prices are moving
aidly.
Moseley Bros.,I
Leader of Low Prices.
Prosperiti, S. C.
10 TO J. P. COOK FOR CHEAP
J Groceries. -
FULL STOCK Butterick Patterns.1
sEW AND FULL stock of Paper lM
foaerh n just riven'sand are atun
IXd frO caHoy a Wootent esou
and
1 IX ROOM HOU-E and lot for refit less th
or sale in Helena. Apply to payme
augh'
ut Price
&oes Merr
goods, put on the market a
2verybody has to buy go
the week crowds can be se
Newberry's history. It is
as shoppers thronging the
termined to sell the goods
they may. Get right into t
i GOODS AND SILK Si
d thousands of dollars wart
I can well afford to sell th
:o the big Cut Price Sale, '
ES AND RAINY-DAY S
If you haven't, now is yo
we have thrown profits to I
d Black to go at only $2.50
oats, Tan and Castors, $(
rked Dowi
mespun to go at only 3 1-2 cents.
go at only 3 1-2 cents.
D go at only 4 cents.
Calico to go at 4 cents.
tly soiled, to go at half price.
1, to go at 7 1-2c.
3, to go at 75c., worth $1.00
~s to go on sale at 5 and 10c., worti
THE GREATEST SHC
.HELD IN THE
vorth of Men's Ladies' N
1e market at a sacrifice.
ny pair of Shoes under the
:i Boys' Clothing at first COl
t invoice first cost. Get rij
lest Store on Ei
AUGH
it Store in the Caro
top
That
Sough!
)o slet it hang o!Don'tyo
oat. Besides, there' s no use in
en and pulls you onu
ke a hint -ohir CeSSit:
Id tarbest]i
~ooping Cough Cure sell ris
1s top c u h in ifan y th in ill C h I
h we reund you money. W
lets coated with chocolate.
ets very convenient to carry PreScl
GILDER & WE EKS,
~RTICULAR PHARMACISTS. ArY
CORNER DRUG STORE,
NEWBERRY, s. C. We
___ ___ ___ ___ __reason
1 RNT--six rooms and black-: h e
1Mrs. R. L. Paysinger. dc
O0 Be Salmons.F Negu Grocer
Imon at E. Y. Morris for 15c. New 0:
oans on inmproved farmn lande receiVE
tenover onecthousandterllars US'
ht pr cnt. inerest on amounts'
nts. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, CO UN1
Attorneys.
i SOME
FOR WHICH T(
I That's what the
one of our labor-sa\
a.c
~ FI
| S&RF
'4' h
ta sacrifice at a C
ds, is no small !Ji
en winding their
actually a treat
counters, bent 4
and reduce my F
he push and join
6 iThat's what the rr
little fuel bills caus
ILEI
h of Dress Goods
e balance of my
vhere one dollar i '
KIRT I
ur chance. We
he wind.
during this sale..
3.50, $8.00 and
(:inge
riSale. Gig
THE
On the
FOR E
double. . W. G. May
),E SALE EVER Gilder
TOWN._____ __
lisses' and Chil
Any reasonable Sat Clu Al
rht into line andATT E
Book Store.
rib. Everybody tells me that I ci
get the best and cheapest Xm
goods at Mayes' Book Store,
next Tuesday and Wednesd
aftern~oon, the 16th and 17th
boy my Toys and Presents f
'S I old and young, and I will
~glad to have all the children
meet me there so I can get the
names and select tbe preset
that they want me to brir
ni as. them. Now if you want to s
- me be sure and come to t1
Book S&ore, for I will not vii
any other store in Newberr
I will leave for Columbia We
nesday nmght. Respectfully,
SANTA CLAUS
clothes that I have. worn all the
years that I have brought hapiness
so many children. I will surely 1
gat May ' Book Store on the days
E1~ told you. S. C.
~o am sae RETADURAN
~r i evey hose-FRESH NORFOL.K OYSTERS
We have the
..amps that we Prepared in any styIl
ht. in the most appetizini
aware, Pictures, -manner and served ii
t Glass. our convenient ani
Peihamn&$on. cozy d'iin room.
iption Pharmacists. Everything the mar
ket affords served ii
the very best style.
ou Fastidious?.RJR IsoIKL PRPAE
.re. That's the -:0:
why you can buy MVy line of Fancy Gro
. ceries is new and up
t in Fruits, Pro- to-date. We can gv
taple and Fancy yo'u the best that is t<
ies from us Best be had in the grocer)
clasSyrup just line atre as o nab l
droea to pies.aladse e
omRo.e J.Call ER,e
FS & DICKERT. N. is . MILLER, .c
N~a Post O~o, Kcivb~rry, ~. C.
THING
)BE THANKFUL!
oman has who owns*
ring machines.
OMETHINGy
)R WHICH TO BE*
THANKFUL!
That's what the woman
is who owns a hand-y
me, durable BUCKjy
DOK STOVE.
OMETHINGE
)R WHICH TO BE
THANKFUL! y
ian has who pays the V
d by a Buck's Stove.
r Ale!
BEST
Market.
ALE BY
es and
& Weeks.
IHave
aJust returned from the North with
Jewelry,
Clocks and
~ . Silverware,
and invite yon all to inspect them..
7Y Your WaMi. aird Clovck work solie
tited, and wor k guarant.-. d.
be Thanking y - n for pi'--t favors, and
to hoping for acoutinnarice, Iam yoursl
ir.for the mnoney.
t.Townler and Optician.
Hello Central !----Oive Me 48
Be NedrrycGriotc Fai
e Patem. Bonad, Milk Bread,
to Grabh m Beg. '.'rrm Bread,
y .Cap Bread, R,e Bread,
I Kimmel Seed Rye Bread,
Bosou Brown Bread.
Largest assortment of fresh, fancy
Cakes ever shown here before.
Orders tak.-n by Te-le.phone and de
livered free of charge as we have out
our new delivery wagon.
Call and see us, or ring up Phone
No 48.
eH. A. Meyer & Son.
( The Ladies'Exchange
i Mrs. R. C. Williams
respectfully informs
.the ladies of Newberry
and vicinity that she
1has opened an E x
change for the pur
chase or exchange of la
dies', children's and men's
second hand clothing, and
solicits their patronage.
Persons on business wilt
please call at the Exchange,
Crotwell Hotel, first floor,
between 9a m. and 4p. m.
SPEOTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
a ih?Ihv h ettrial caefor
'iigSpectacles and Eyeglasses, and
can itl hn m st diffcult eyes, with the
proper g!asses. [ bave fitted glasses
for the best people in the county and
can lit you. I use only t he best grade
Crystaline lenses. Come aw'l give me
a trial anid be conivinced. Strictly one
price to all. GUY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Optlciao.

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