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-E. H. MULL, EDITOR -
CHARER OF COMiBRC.
One of the pressing needs of New
- - berry today ias a chainber of commerce
or a board of trade. Any organizatioi
in-which the business men of the corn
rMMUity may be brought together for th
=' ceiaman welfare. It would help us t
get rid of a business selfishness whicl
prevails to a more or less extent in al
communities of this size. It woul
bring the business men together in
oun . purpose and that purpose th
goodiof the entire coasenty.
the head of suck an organizatio
*w d want al ve man, one wh
aie a little btowm himself, on
is active an :boiminded and i
tgver adittle thought and
a hit time to the general welfare.
order to iiake such an organiza
a- icess we' should have sma
'ae thse ne o r u
get together and rub agains each oti
;er as thei might have opportunity an
tiis,ePen when there-was no regula
the f raniation. In thi
woald-have occasion to ez
- views an talk o those thig
wbch .onld benefit the city. Ther
-v~t e~ m ~ ta foroot
rent anto pay a small salary to a sec
- retary who-would do the work unde
djEgi.. of .mita sani thl
PMid&t.k. There are many things tha
=sed to'diseJ jst now for the gWa
sadywhich ema only be don
rganned effort as no one feels tha
1- W h.i ilo -them by himnelf and t
ft indvidual-e*tw sl net accon
pih rets lik orgarabl efforts.
We wda beglad tohear from sorn
fulof our ih+bts ine s nmnd to hay
A 40001e of themitart- tM Tolling an
1V *At us organize without further delay
; .. real, lil euies argiina and-eal
oommnre bard c
busm s leaVu, or whatever ye
life hr C ali pu
} ,Yi'"_future, po'byA
to get our bnsinna
''e-.MMn tOUch;With each other and pull
sisrE d te get rid ofbiiess selil
. ndx grumbling jealousy.
*bte f olohon~
~~"son a%e starts.zxa
* - dast for
a( tile test; There
X e~ nte comnpin shoul
n.n unr mpin. It can be don
* - It~some moneg to pxut ina%imsell
C- ir mmiennmen get ether an
JI 40 ispwped to-takea part of et
tesmi'y nor gio%E od i bw
~~MQsededt\ 1he factis we do not be
begra taleavoras a-we car
'~ W~ 4~oW)~ H~Reantemnshave mad
d c 4 s reson est the good peopl
apithe -lawyers sixd th
plQas.giwith himas a judge
- surprised. It isno mor
ieezpsetd. 'Sillwe are glad t
2' 98 t4he unB0j iedsunt things said o
,It ia ten days until Christmias
le oE liid-ibirs will remembe
: -~6~kr bfore these ten days ar
g~pItsat iaffmnmtteto each on
e mb te as itanma agrestdeal
V~ aong.and pay 4i at least on
j n e ubription before the ten day
Msa 14a Stuart, of Kadesh, and Mr
I.mannhIo. ewere snarried at th
~N~~vn~ mkue, f'ridsy niight, Decem
wbu,12 Rev. R. C. Ligon oCiciating.
Captured inROCk Hill.
Sheriff Buford on Friday lodged il
the Newberry jail, Calvin Spearman,
neigro, charged.with disposing of prop
undertorwtgage. The Sheriff locate4
theneo-oin Rock Hill and wired a des
e ription to the police of that city, wh<
jimmediately made -the arrest and helt
the prisoner until Sheriff Buford's arri
va. The warrant was sworn out b2
IU. 0-Strauss before Magistrate B. B
4wilklfeome pretty new ribbonE
frholidaytrd,ad he ar
olosing out every hat and feat her ir
theiratook at actual cost.
"Bealth Foods" a Delusion.
The alleged "health foods" with
whieh the markets are flooded are "a
delusion and a snare." If your diges
tion is bad.at pure flour made out of
good, otd and do not fill your
stomach "with cheic'l prepared
"health.foods." ''Clifton" flour, the
finest tflour, made at Bransford
Mil, r, Ky., is the health
foodyou need. Call for "Clifton" when
yo re your flour. For sale by
Hae cat,E. R. Hipp and
Lo orde Mch rt.
Improved Order of Red Men.
The regular election of officers Im
proved Order Red Men will be held at
the meeting Thursday. A full attend
ance is urged.
-I 0. 0. F.
Pulaski. Lodge, No. 20, will hold its
I regular semi-annual election for all offi
cers at its regular meeting Friday night,
a the 19th inst., at 8 o'clock. All mem
> bers are urged to be present.
Cole L. Blease, N. G.
B FRIDAY NIGI-T
Now Get Wise
MT ORE FAmORE
SICAL FARCE (YEDI
d WILL ST. AU BURN, Mgr.
ALL LAUH8! NO CRYI
The est Acting Company
i Te Best Singing Company
- The Funniest Commedlans
Come and Laugh
SForuthe million. Go where you
can get: the Cheapest, best and
r freshe.t Christmas Fruit Cake,
t Pure, Black,- Old-time Fruit Cake
at :o cents per; pound.
Fi plain pound cake 25c. pei
pound, half fruit cake 15c pound.
-Also iced, dressed. and ornament
Stal fruit and pound cake from~ rc.
to $i 50s each.' Fige hundred ol
Sney epnfectionery, sugar toys anc
sulgarifroits. FEigs confectioniery
in faneyr boxes for Christmas pres
tetat pottom prices
za a*se e Moir stock be.
r ~ k ~ e twb~ses
e - A eghfrtoewohv
c Ato length Calendas w0c. hav
$2.50, Christmas .Candles 10Oc.
doz., Collar and Cuff Boxes,
Picture Franties 25c to $1.00,
Bon Bon Boxes, Glove and
iHandkerchief Boxes, Clocks,
Candelabra, etc., Mirrors 10Oc.
to $12.00, Pictures 25c to
$12.00, Purses and Card Cases
25c. to $5.00, Pipes 25c. to
$2.50, Wedgewood Ware, Cut
Glass, Fountain Pens, $1.00 to
$5.00, Nunnally's Fine Can
dies 60c. pound. Lamps and
Chinaware at and below cost
GILDE & WEEKS'
Corner Drug Store. Newberry, S. C.
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
W F ARE STILL SELLING SUGAI
20 lbs. for $1 SUMMER BROS
Flour! Flou! Flour!
5 CARS JUST RECEIVED. YO1
can't afford to buy before gettinj
our latest prices, ever barrel guaran
teed. SUMMER BRO4.
G O TO J. P. COOK FOR CHEA
'FFULL STOCK Butterick Patterns
Sold strictly for cash at Wool
ens. - tf.
XTVW AND FULL stock of Pape
Patterns just received and ar
sold for cash only, at Wooten's.
SIX ROOM HOUSE and lot for ren
or sale in Helena. Apply to
f&t3t Cole. L Blease.
R RENT-ix rooms and blacl
.rs R. L. Paysinger.
iOo BOXES BEST CAN Soc
1 0eye Salmons. Reguls
25c Salmon at E. Y. Morris for 15c.
BOY DIXIE'S ARE NOT IN I'
('all and examine the, Crescer
Plow. The best ever offered.
- SUMMER BROS.
N PECTACLES AND EYEGLASSE
Do your eyes ache and burn e
night? I have the best trial case 'c
Httine Spectacles and Eyeglasses, an
can fit the m >st difficult eyes, with th
proper glasses. I have fitted glass(
for the best neople in the county an
can fit you. I use only the best grad
Crystaline lenses. Come and give m
a trial and be convinced.' Strictly on
price to all. GUY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVE]
N that a commission has been issue
to the undersigned by the Secretary c
State, authorizing them as corporator
of the Workmen-Union Protection* Ac
sociation, of Newberry, S. C., to orgg
nize said association.
J. W. REEDER,
M. M. HARRIS,
CoSa For Week
in ..th'e old Herald and News
Office on Friend Street, back 6?
Mimagh's. We have a big
alt first class and up-to-date.
*No old stock. Fine Suits Bo
reaus, Beds, Sofas, Chairs, Rock
ers, Tables, Knives and Forks,
Glass and! China Ware, Lamps.
In fact everything in the honse
See our line of Pictures, cheap
est, largest ever brought to New
- Don't ,fail to get one of our
Art Squares, or nice Rags for
Christmas present. Big lot of
samplIe Carpet. We want every
body to come and see us and
we will save you money on your
Have rented the upper store room i:
the "Granite-Front" building recent
ly built by R. C. Williams. Wher
they will keep a select and new stock c
This we will give special attentiori
believing that this is something tha
Newberry needs and will appreciate
In this line we will have bundreds o
articles in daily nehd by our peo,ple
the prices on these will surprise yon
Here you will find just what yoi
Fancy Goods, Notions
Special Dry Goods, &c
We will tell you. more about thia
is now open, where yon can get man:
Confectioneries, Fruits, &c.,
Our policy shall be fair dealing
and polite attention to all.
Mrs. Werts will oe with her hus
band and will be pleased to see her
wr-werr B. .
A LL PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS
against the county will please
present the same to the county board
for approval on the 20th day of Decem
Sber, 1902, at which time said board will
meet. J. M. SCHUMPERT,
A LL PERSONS ARE FORBIDDEN
A1 under the penalty of the law to
trespass by hunting fishing or otherwise
on the lands of the undersigned.
JNO. S. RUFF.
W. P. LOMINICK.
CHRIS. S. RUFF.
GEO. S. RUFF.
TpHE SUPERViSOR OF FAIRFIELD
~ ITLCounty and myself will meet at
e Ashford's erryon Thursday,th 18th
day of December, at 11 o'clock in the
_ forenoon, at which time the ferry will
t be let. J. M. SCUMP T,
- FLOUR ! FLOUR !!
I WILL SELL FROM CARS AT1 I
Pomaria, S. C., under mill prices
-l the flour the trade may need until.
March 1st, 1903. Give me your orders!
x at once. - Ask me' for prices. I have i
bought a large lot of grain cheap, and
- will give the people around Pomaria the
'. benefit of this deaL I can and will save
It you from 25c to 50cer barrel on flonr.
C. H. COUNTS.
- ftlic_g o[ Fial Settileinet a lisliare.
' X OTICE,IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT:
rW N I will make a final settlement'
d on the estate of Wm. Hatton, de
e ceased, in the Probate Court of New- I
Sberry County S. C., on Monday, the
d hdyof December A. D., 10 at
e 11 o'cloc in the forenoon and will im- b
e mediately apply for Letters Dismissory h
e as Administrator of said estate.
i. All persons holding claims against
the said estate are hereby notified to
iender in the same duly attested, and
all those indebted to the said estate to
pay the same on or before that date.
Newbery, S. C. Administrator.
November 26th, 1902.
MJlC1 of FInal Setlenienti o )ischar['
OTICE IS HEREBYGIVENTHAT
L' -I will make k final settlement on
the estate of Bennie Marie Caldwell,
deceased, in the Probate Court for
New County, S. C., on Saturday d
the 3rd of January, A.. D., 1903, at -
11 o'clockin the forenoon, and will im- a
mediately thereafter apply for Letters
Dismissory as Administrator of the
RORT. T. CALDWELL,
Nebery i Administrator.
Newbrry S.C.,Dec. 1, 1902.
j[ONEY TO LOAbI4-Weneoie
loans on improved famlands }
at seven per cent. ''interest on
amounts over one thousand dollars, a
and egter cent. interest on amnounts
less thn1000. Long time and easy
~payments. H unt & Hunter,
AT ANY OLD
Orline of Austria
China and English
Semi Porcelain will be
sold this month at
prices that will sur
prise the most careful
buyer. We are going
to close out this line.of
goods, it is alld
which enables the pur
'chaser to buy as much e
or as little as desired. s
Livery and Sale Stable
IMiun. Mi1a Ad1 C.an
have established a general up-to
-late and first class
AND SALE STABLE
At Pomaria. h
SThey are prepared to do anything ti
in the livery business. Will keep all la
kinds of vehicles and horses for sale. C
Ev'erything first class and at reason
able prices. ~ A
ut IJriceo foi
Wehave bought the goods and have
ing to sell them if prices a1d q'iality wil
NTOw' FOar YC
Raisins, London Layers at l0c per lb.|
Currants at 12te per lb. I
Shredded Cocoannts at 20c per lb. |
Ee ac1.cu.arteras fo
NUTS, CANDY, ORANGES, APPLES,
We bave the largest assortment in N
Fire 'Wor'k.al 3
We have more than any other two stoi
We also carry a large and well selecte<
W1 4 ,.
Our money win ing-books, at
written by men whLo Liew, tell
you all about 0
They are needed oy every man q i
who owns a field and a plow, and
who desires to get the most out St
They arefree. Send postal card. 0
GERMAN ALI WORS awo
93 Naa Street, New York
-lands Wanted I
BY THE -
xcelsior Knitting Mills I
Of Union, S. C.
RTY strong able-bodied men
-U between the ages' of
enty-one and forty to make $1.00
er day eacb, and good wages paid
> other members oe the family for k
ther classes of wo- k.
We also want Toppers, Knitters,
,oopers, Menders and Finishers. f
li the work is nice and easy, and
re pay better wages than any other
osiery mill in the South.
J. H. Gault,
Treas. and Manager. a:
Union, S. C.
PO KBT BOOKS!, Gl
I have just received over Two Hnn
tred D,llars worth of POcket Books
-more than the combined stock of
ny six merchants in Newberry.
'hese goods were bought direct from
be manufacturer, thereby doing away
rith the midd'3 nian profit. So you
ee I am prepared to give you the
ery best quality :'or your money.
L Pocket Book that I sell 'for one
lollar and fifty cents would cost you
1.75 to'$2 00 with the jobber's profit
dded. Now I amn not working~ thej
>bber for I thit.k that he is entitledI
a hie profit. But.if I can buy these
ods in large enough quaintities and3
et thew direct from the manufactur-3
r and save you that cost, I think
bat it is legitimate. I have a Pocket .
look in the very latest and newest
tyle that will please - you. My
rices range from five cents to ten
ollare, so don't buy until you- see
iy stock. Come-and look, you are
Iways welcome at
[01cc of Ffinl SettemIt li Dichte.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVleEN Td
Iewlt at e a final settlemet
eeased, in the Probate Court for
[ebryCounty, S. C., on Monday
e2d of. mber, A. D. 1902,
t 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and i- we
ediately thereafter apply for Letters
hsnssory as Admimtratrix of said f
All persons hain claims agint theH
aid estate are hereby tifie to ren
er in the same~duly attested; and all
ose that are indebted to pay the same
n or before that date to the under
igned or her attarney, James Y. Cul- at
MARY A. THOMPSON,
Newberryk, S. C., Nov. 17,1902.
'he following druggists requests the
olders of MURNA coupons to bring
iem in at once and secure absolute
r free, the regular size bottle of the
~ret Preparation, MURNA WINE.
For sale only by Gilder & Weeks
ith Co. Jc
ougt them right, and we are go- S
1 do it.
nr Oal=.es. IRI
Seeed Raisins at 1 2je per lb.
Citron at 20c per lb.
Granulated Sugar at 20lbs. for $1.!
r Barita Claus.
FIGS, BAN ANAS, COCOANUTS.
wberry, and Toys of all kinds
~ire WoIrKsZ 11
es in town, and will sell tbemla
stock of Fancy Groceries.
T H CO.'C
Here is something we
id read carefully. We w
)out the good quality of ot
ir low prices, and we wa
>u right here that we nevE
id price. No matter hov
aality is still there--every
andard quality. Here is
our success: We mak(
I times and the charact(
se so high that any buyer
us. We are specialist
ry goods, Dress goods,
White goods, Tr
mbroideries, Laces, Wh
erchiefs. Hosiery, TJudei
Domestics, Jeans, Cal
leachings, Shirtings, Ou
Ladies Wraps, Lace
anes, Yankee Notions.
In fact our large stock comprises
k for, all priced to suit you. Mi
ints in all grades, cheap to very fi
is department. Some solid, good
11 shoddy. Men's Shoes, Wom
rls' Shoes, Baby Shoes. Let
ather Shoes, the kind that look
VaIk Over Shoes for M(
egina Shoes for Womer
Come and examin
Almost every one has dist
ells the best goods for th
Ye Are DoingI
ecause we sell more goo
Same goods for I
And you may always count upon getti
ry GoodS, Notions, $
the very lowest prices.
Come and inspect our line and we v
th pleasant and profitable to you, and1 dc
Ths Place Where You Get i
Is the Place fow Barm
For the I
In Dress Goods, Jackets, C:
othing, Boys' Clothing, Hats,:l
iy Size and-Style. Overcoats,
irts, Collars and Cuffs, Necks
lk Handkerchiefs, Silk Mu:
ibber Shoes. Also a nice lot c
Fail Shoes and Slippers foi
Don't fail to corn
[n need of anything in the i
arantee to save you money.
se and suitable things that y
Ly or genitleman friends as pr
Come and See
want you to read,
rant to talk to you
Ar merchandise and
,nt to impress upon
r separate quality
v low the price, the
thing we sell is of
Dne of the elements ;.
the price so low at
;r of our merchan
can offord to buy
in our lines which
ite and Red
ed Flannel, Handaj
almost. anything yo ' y.
Ilinery is one of our st Y
ne. We can ple,se you&.
shoes for all. We donot
en's Shoes, Boy's S =
us fit your feet Ino
well, wear well and cost
Shoes for Won eii
Thsoe for Child
e our stoek
IS TR ULCY
:overed that Woote1
a least mrnrey an4
is for samermoneyr
ug every thing you want inth
ill endeavor to make your
'our. Moneys Worth
loll Two Weeks.
tpes and Furs, Nen's
shoes for Everybody
Blankets, Lap Robes,
rear, Gloves, Linen and
flers, Umbrellas an
Lades and Mlen.
e to see us,
bove lines. We will
We have a great many
ou can give to your
esents for Christmas..