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GOOD ROADS CONViNTION.
If the people of Newberry County
are eatnest in their desire for netter
roads, they should manifest it by their
attendance at the (Good Roads Conven
tion to be held in the court house, at
the call of Supervisor Schumpert, on
'uesday. That some kind of act ion is
necessary is very p)lain to those whose
unpleasant duty it has been to drive
over the colnty roais. In many places
they are almost impassable for buggies,
and not only inconvenient, but unsafe
for loaded v\ehicles. The people must.
and are beginning to recognize as neve'r
before the great convenience and the
saving to be derivet from improved
highways. They are fast learning that
the distance from a given point soihl
be measured in hours and not in miles:
that if tlhe\ eal travel ten miltes of
good road in an hour a.d only tive miles
of roads like we have now in an hour.
with good roadk t he dist:me'., tt :lli
effect, would be only half'.
The "ImId tax'' that is htimg paid by
the people of this t'ouyt V alone would
in a fe: year pay for iht pter:enill t
itnproveilnent of e\'t'ry tt I' If ttailbeI
iii the co t .il \ :mand in a fte.w more ,:'-s
woll hu'!d modten school htolu:t's ;and
clurches, make lt farmI'rs proserous
aW il the ril'al tlttltRits of \t'w\"'t'rry
'ounty the tal'rt'lil s};itt of :ht ltest ant
lce est aindtilt, 113 'i':it it tl Iitl oil
t';lrt.li, \vhat it \\;ts inlttn tld t \ :ttur't'
I tO y si!ould lh . N l t1t0',_t'1 \" . t he
peoPlt' \wh' livt in: thet u u *I t ti
Il o)\ t' toi io \ 11 (tto t'ti:i'.:It!t' :'l '' - i:. i t'n ."
for tih"' w\ tih i ('I" \ t l.t t ii a-:
t nal viit i ti t :It ile'~ \' ' t t ittrs.
No Iniger w oul t h (ii ' y n i ! : :t
llilt' ' as int tl i ilt'\ ;t , .t ;t ;
Of ltn.l'io it . IIll'aat'itt)ttt'I\ ,':' I',
loi te' ivt uli i i itsv tl; tt l t t t l' ii
itheylI Ilt u his ie alS go'.' and ho. I -
trevtr i i'te1 lld \t' l Na t i i .,'ta "ount\rr
nga1r tIe. eilitn t h tig lt tt it' ; \yw In
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bys hI.t'. ! ti Ill. : i t l Imb. o
wel till' :tIl g;u- t 'i i g '.' 14'i 4
Iitt It tu? i, 'Ii \'t11 "" tt " Iv t'it't'
( a'tU tlt ' t l:t'?t it o' in l2rl it il.
that t it vls" itll avI nix \vhIit 'll t lt i
ll st I n t I l ll; i t'1:. -l te 'i', t l
'ita . l t t e ttt ng th. t m t ttn
petl'e of f 1 hi sli i:p. It p tt. i' I -
toI' i \'i h ni 5 - he ti', it hl: t
tmest itn ha the t tll,e, ani t hatt' vr
theig t t e of I in i' :'i lstl, t l i W hi
til. lt atltall ta f.rlth n th lie s \ t
thri aout saed 11\ foiill,
flt ou lj p rt-)i nia .' h's iv ctliu (
tlat tht l t' It 0 of t ih set nlie in
sum'l roal, of 11l.l1 blin alle . t i i
ties i ithI tt i h e at i' t l Ve" :
puret ('iit .Ii i tttte IV lit.t\ . t' it n
btter 1tuX Jt' 1l tim fo'i tak ith s rtt!l.
The tiefo a:: t bl- th in(t'' - - x
lb-rl is Awocat 10i o. ,bnetiy(o
l, ormedi f'ounis the Itose of11[Oii
ryouet t ;t i'Pse ir c i.wa r
gooizd, is wa ne. T he- Iatt
Icginlht'eught09 to h..\ (on sme
taxt themst evs augh. in hop ht(e1e'
('mmiste(. frilm atten(ltl Ole
win in' Nerryt ot. Tue..ay
Tue o.t ti te: PePl fo nisu i
"on four gtatd thatre svuh il'10 l
twe tohe 1)amualr IX for wno r
sar e w lork. etes \' ,.
count y roa i i p y a. i a s o
the eny atret~I. l d ibal.. f r -
THE BOARD OF TRADE.
Newberry has long felt the need of
an organization of the character of the
Board of Trade which was organized on
Tuesday afternoon, and we hope to
see our citizens take hold of the move
ment and make the Board. a powerful
factor in Newberry's advance along all
Ilines. Sneh an organization, receiving
the support and encouragement of the
business men, can accomplish much
that will be of great benefit to a com
mmity, and there is hardly a city of
Newherry's size and development, in
the Stat e. or in the entire country for
that matter, which has not felt its
A committee was appointed on Tues
day afternoon to set before the people of
Newbe'rrv the necessity for the organi
zation. and the benefits to be derived
it it is properly conducted and receives
tle support of our business and pro
fessional men. The gentlemen of this
tolnmmittee will personally cil the at
tent ion to citizens of the matter, and
solicit membership. In no better way
cani ou show your interest in the city's
welt'ae tId futulre tievelopment than
Iy 'atting; yourself in hearty accord
w': ith the movement.
F:ROM THE FAR WEST.
l'he News and 'ourier says that the
San lI' rancisco I.'all asserts editorially
in a recent issue in regard to a chuirch
tight. which the ('all says took place in
Two factions in a church sprang up.
:nd when the preacher rose in the viul
pit and gave out the hymn, "1low Mtest
he Iie that ltinds.'' one crowd opened
tire tn iim i from the amen corner anid
one inan was killed antd two lesperately
wu'nded. the tire being retirned1 from
t.' pulpit. It is qui'e iipossible to
cnit'eivte the state of mind of members
of a chu1rc'h. professing t'hristianiity. all
iapt i::etd by t i s;intm consecrat'on.
t'mg to t he t('mle of God arm11ed and
t '}tnti 1ire on his ordained I inliister'
It argies a state of atavisin iil society
t hat is most allit ing.
It is strange that we did not hear of
I South ('arolinia. Another example
it the t !ut h of t ht' oll adage t hit you
ai'e to :t away from home to learn
The lt t (froi the 1Presidenlt is that
he heard noVhere stronger recomnmen
d1a;iont;- tf t'ruin than while on his trip
to Cthrleston tduring the Exposition,
but t : P",-'lent has given s trict in
I: to allow no access to the
pap1-r1 inthlru cast'. Th'}e latet't
tn'r. taleston is that the whole affair
:S ''a tr dirty piece of business.'' that
te' l'r'sid'ent cared nothing about the
ittl t i 'e' for the negro inl South
na't'in. attl that the appointment was
m1i' tt oten 'il tdtlooi' of hope for
t t'i etotes in Ihits' States whe'e the
n!rt' t alt is a tonslde'alle tacto'.
II sin taffair may he. l'rum has
- . .:-. t tl're Itdent has satiscat'tion.
:n?I t 'rt h btt 'et1 th e sections is
w :t . i n :tt ainy t t; sint ! 1' . lS T he1"'
: iit r ide n.tial' am
l i \ i ias tj;tti ! i 't.' :itt ti t is-"
...1! rI.t It l 'ms i n riit .t ht
baI a i et'Iilin. ltommttd
Wha tisGat oirmn Sayns
ti. a Meae nhStaehmen tofas
S a i i - all ( rint liit't'itt .' l
* a it! 3i'i bitt <t-it' h i s tit fonn tt tit
shokl th Brit s nal..t i ietion.
is. I a Mer iSittemet ofa
- in i..' f r ii n i i .e } - 0 : j f . m
it i flhav fo eit-a t,ion o hi.
a 'i 'in, tinit . TVa. th.ilan'
a un y I'i -as-pt'y al Ietal
urtoly iimp ait,t'i<~i tuan
t- d nit i nl le t --.ti t r i-utW'- e )t..
ii 1y .h har -t of my- im a ai
''.ia . , t, in itkew ie' s os ta
va)ai n l t.en' a t i'le''t
" 'rt -W.a m.ii at maihi back ol,a
I t'iii t'li' a i' a o xp:
.i i' khi nt've -ay-:s --htt he , s e''iet
I", -t y til tital'-. whe i dd
ntt bi lht i ~ i i( - -- ow I wa in -
b on. ~Cution a.hnhIto
Thi i no a enot ot btter,bu
chase th .o-lyprknef univhadall.
knwnan tandy knewaba t ha i111t
lags ualh of gtt areud'ande: in th
word ine xt o thean mie an 'a
mettti Csm,t io;n at Tox t r nlid
ng t ''ote sx, en'thirly lcug tredu'ad
x ioPt''ev tho htt yi'i back will lae
I ' thankCu w f (aIlydors atinhto
l.seie' wol'ran hrup.av e areo s.o
lm'-(idnaty Pcougha ieeihe mserv'cey
man the dIOcths that State'('cha (
oior liht byll dahlers. huie for5
see C-ous, Mibui'o,iiiual, Cr11 N.
etI)ecmher th' C nnu--t)on n'er tai'
(laki no ther.gt 11( io'ins hr
isnThin isko aGermle Sru Then2
cent shmk haowut libeeno anrOie(i tohur
ebase theulr riem7ents uniersaly
knwn In Pamed tha hashadth
CASH paid for Scrap Iron by
UI 3 F James F. Todd.
Mrs. R. L. Paysinger, Newberry,
MRS. H1. H1. FRANKLIN WILL
close her. sewing room for one
month, or until further nnice.
Y OUNG JACK FOR SERVICE.
Apply to M. M. Buford.
10 TO J. P. COOK FOR CHEAP
New stock of Men's and Ladies' Red
Wool Golf Gloves at Wootrn's. tf
ADlIES WANTED: To do writing
a at home. No other work. Month
ly salary. Mrs. Alma Walters, 945 E.
75th St., Chicago, Ill.
M It. DAN P. WERTS, of the Racket
Store, having gone into the fur
niture business, offers for the next ten
(lays his entire stock of goods at cost.
('all and secure bargains. 2t.
W ANTED. - A man to sell Sewing
Machines. A No. 1 contract to
right kind of a man to start on, with
good chances for promotion. Experience
not necessary. Call on or address, The
Singer Manufacturing Co., Greenwood,
IONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
A. 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. lunt, Hunt & Hunter,
Millinery ! Millinery I
-'verything new and striking. The
street Hats are ready for display. Call
:md see them. It is a pleasure for us
to show our goods.
The Riser Millinery Co.
L O. O.-F
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
:lT1:\' -:R Y FRIDA Y NIG HT
-i ; :to o'o'ock at thoir ball it the
Graoed school huildina. Visitors cor
J. M. GUINN, N. G.
'T. S. Hudson, Secretary.
Fresh Lot Just Received.
We have just received a fresh lot of
"Clifton'' tlour. and will keep it in
stock regularly in the future. Every
sarik is sold with the guarantee that it
is the best patent flour in the market.
hays & McCarty.
Letter to T. C. Pool, of Newberry.
Dear Sir: Ilere's what ''fewer gal
Mr. N. Avery of Delhi, N. Y., owns
two houses exactly alike. He painted
one with a mixed paint - took twelve
gallons. Painted the other with De\ oe
--bought twelve gallons and had si...
gallons left. Same painter -George
'he secret is: Devoc Lead and Zinc is
one hunired per cent. paint; the mixed I
iaint was about 50 per cent. paint and
tity per cent. adulteration.
Ilere is an analysis of a mixed paint 1
: in your neighborhood:
Lead. zinc and color 41 per cent.
l.iine and China clay 59 per cent.
You see 59 per cent. is adulteration.
What is it for?
To fill the can; to take unfair' advan
tage of your very natural and right de
sire to make your house-painting cost as
lit tle as possible.
The cheap paint is D)evoe Lead and t
Zine. because it is all paint -no expense
for anthing else andit does not waste
F. W Deve &Co. h
New York. v
P'. S.--T'lhe Newberry H ardware Co. 'I
sells our lpaint.
A Branch of the po
Prof. B. W. Getsinger, ti
the Carolinas, will open
A thorough course
be given by competent t
methods of instruction.
We guarantee as th<
Southern Business 00114
fied tuition will be cheer
complete courses, and g
Tuition reasonable and,
student who enrolls and
Persons intc rested v
5 o'clock, or write for p4
Let no young man oi
nity of securing a Busin
for less than one-third I
L M. COCHRAN,
With bugs on the bed?
Every one is at times.
Some check them at
once while others allow
them to multiply until
they are all over the
house and then find it
a task to exterminate
the pest. Why not use
a bottle,of our
when firstthey aredis
covered and be re
ieved at once. It is
easy to apply, and un
ike most preparations
t is not greasy or
sticky and does not
soil the bed clothing.
PRICE 25c and 50c
W. G. Mayes'
Probate Judge's Sale.
rArE O' SOUtH UAItOIINA,
COUNTY OF' NlWilRRtY-IN
P'ROBA T E COUR!'l.
Burr Stockman, Plaintit, against
Mary Thomas et al, Defendants.
Y ORDER OF TIlE COURT HERE
m will I sell before the court house
loor at Newberrv on salesday in April,
(th day) 1903, the following described
All that tract or parcel of land situ
Ae in said county, containing seven
cres, and bounded by lands of J. A
:nlow, Precious Prisock, St Luke's
hurch land and Hawkins, Minick and
J. C. WILSON, J. P. N. C.
I ' A Cl."'-\,N D 1Y I LASSES
Do :r (. :- at. 'iiad burn at
i:1% 1 ' .;t :. . t ri-1 case for
I n c pet" te s atd Iyeglasses, and
in tit ih. m 'it't r es, with the
.oper r , , I 1:. t i; td glasses
, t t ..pit' It. t (.t1[n,ty and
a - I u-e onI tht h- t grade
Con - and give me
tti:' :PI ->1l int- " . Stet"i": one
'r. i a W.l G 1' P\IE .-,
.J tel' . :411 1 Opi,ieian
Have just received 2
:ars of cerealite-Top
Dressing for Grain.
The best result can be
>htained by application
n the next 30 days.
The yield is increased
:orty to fifty per cent.
y its use. Cash price
638.00 per ton.
\I ANAGER~ WANTED).--Trustwor
.thy lady or gentleman to manage
usmness mi this County and adjoining
er-ri tory for well atnd favorably known
louse of solid finanijal standIng. $20
traiight cash salary and expenses, paid
ach Mlondlay by check direct from
eadqtuarters.. Expense mneyl ad
anced: posit ion permnent. Address
honmas C ooper!, Alanager, 1030 (Caxton
pular Carolina Business
le most experienced Bu
in this city on WEDNE!
'ANSHIP, RAPID ARI'
eachers, using the latel
>rough and complete co
age, and if on completic
I DIPLOMAS are awa
raduates will be assiste<
a REDUCTION OF $5.0
secures scholarship du
ill please call at the AF
lady fail to take advan
ess Education at home v
he cost of going away.
Sound their own praises. The
people appreciate what they buy of
us, and they make no mistake. We
sill at lowest. prices, and we supply
only the best and purest medicines.
We especilly invite attention to the
New Orop, Garden and Field Seeds
that we c"ell-Landreths are the best.
I-"We prepare Physician's Pre
scriptions with accuracy. Every ar
ticle put up right, labeled and
wrapped correctly b3
W .E. Peliam& Soil,
Piclre P ramili I
when you want your
We have the largest
in town, and our prices
are right. We are of
fering some bargains
in the PICTURE line.
Good Roads Convention.
A T THE REQUEST OF A NUMBER
:o bhitizens, a couvention is called
>erry on Tuesday, the 31st instant at
Ll a. i. to consider plans for seecuring
Sssociation for Newberry County. Rep
o*veshaiv iizesfrorn the severa
odialty invited to come and take part
the <elibei ation and in the organi
College, managed by
siness College man in
3DAY, A PR IL 1 st.
THMETIC, ETC., will
at and most approved
urse as is given in any
n any one is dissatis
rded all students who
i in securing positions.
0 will be allowed each
ring first week.
MORY between 3 and
tage of this opportu-1
ihen it may be secured
Why Seeds3 SoMeti1
Seeds, like individuals, have t
natures, and to know the natut
one of the principles of suC
will withstand great moisture, i
are liable to attacks of insects,
while others can withstand snol
Lima Beans, Okra, Uuoumbe
Corn, and Wrinkled Peas have
succession of cold, wet weather
will invariably perish in the g
Radish, Lettuce, Turnip, Onioi
Salsify, Spinach will withstand
therefore, many :ailnres result
planter in either selecting an i
in covering small delicate sen
occurs with a person who is
seeds, the reason is invariab
from either bad harvesting or
really the principal cause, an
chase your supplies from
First announcement of
the New Store.
G. B. SUMMER.
I have bought the stock of Counts &
Dickert, and I am going to conduct an
up-to-date grocery business in their old
I extend an invtation to my friends
of Newberry and the surrounding county
to drop in and see ne. My salesmen,
J. P. Aldridge and Clarence B. Sligh,
will be glad to see them.
G. B. SUMMER,
Next door to Mimnaugh's.
Newberry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
since organization 21,000
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganization - - $9,200
A man working by thI id i. paid
for the time he puts in at work, but
when that wan saves a dollar-for his.
days labor it works for him nights,
as well as days; never lays < If on ac
count of bad weather and nov. r
sick, but. gote; right on earning.. him
an income. It's a nice thing ti' work
for money, but it's much "i,er to
havo money wvorking for yon Tlry
it--open a savimgs account w,?b us
and get some money working f..r you.
Make a dleposit in the Sasvings de.
patrtment today and let it begin to
work for you. Interest comnpuited at
4 per cent January 1 and July 1 of
Note Our Steady Growth,
.January' I, 1897-$ 36,416 29
January 1, 1898-$ 3-1 030o 40
January 1, 1899--$ 412,321 is
January' I. 1900--$ 68,805 90
.January 1, 1901--8104,081 612
JTanuary I. 1902-$137.401 ji
January 1, 1903-$163,16 1 61
The Gommercial Bank
OF NEWBERRY, S. .C.
.JNO. M. ICINA HD, PreLsident,.
o B. MAYERn. Vi"e Prcs't.
ZA F. WRIGPT, Cashier.
JiAs. N. McCOAUGIIRIN, solokkee'p.
-a W. FLIOYD, Oen. MIatt. Newber'ry
P. C. CSMIH, of Smil b, Brs
W. II. HIUN'r A t tr-- ...o L4aw ,n
Bolicit.or for the Bank.
O ~o S. Mv''. At'o- e- a L-a. -
0. B. M AYERI, Ph ysician, an~ I I' ,.-,
Newherry Lannd: a'-i SecurIty C ..
A. .1. IinSON, I' sier
'Z. f". WRiGHT' ('n-bier.
.JNO. M. K I N A LCD, Presidek ..
We pay' In't re- I. S i 'vine - I)-a*t' .-.
mnent 't rat" of 4o 0 nui
Call and see my line of ~
Mowers and Rakes.
The celebrated t
['homas Disc and E
Smoothing Harrows ,
sold on easy term. .
J. W. WHm:E
~es ailto Growe
eir pecularitii-s and different
e of the. variou-y varistke is
esful gardening; Nome sorts
vhile other., will perish; some
and are comlpletely elten up,
r, Jquash, Mulon, Pumpkin,
very delicate germ , and if a
succeed their planting, they
round; on tho contrary, Pens,
1, Beet, Snnp Beane, Carrot,
quite a sp-4ll of such weather;
from the inexpertenco of the
nproper time for sowing, or
l too deep, but when failure
familiar with the sowing of
y booaueo they are worthless
too )ld to grow; the latter is
d to guard against this, pur
Corner Drug Store,
The following druggists requests the
holers of MU RNA conit p')ns to b)ring
them in at, oneo and s,cu,re absolute.
ly free, the reilur size bottle of the
Great. Proparat ion, MU RNA W I NE.
For salt only by Gilder & Weeks.
For Information Con
cerning these Harness
NEWBERRY HARDWARE CO.
Hardware and General
SiIver and Plate Ware,
Cut Glass and Table Ware
wedding and Birthday Presents
Key winding Watches
Changed to Stem'
Jeweler and Optician.
:he business of this
:ommu.nity. With the
atest improved ma
:hinery and the most
proved methods of
eaning the linen; a
horough knowledge of
he busmness and most
omplete devices of
he trade, combined
vith politeness and
areful atter:tion to the
vants of their patrons,
hey trust to please
veryone. Their work
guaranteed to be
rst , class in every
L. B. A ULL Loso.4.