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ut in Operation Wednesday-Will Work
From Lindsay's Bridge Back to
the City.
The good roads machinery recently4
purchased by the commissioners was I
put into operation Wednesday. The
outfit was carried to Lindsay's bridge
over Bush river, three miles from the
city, Wednesday afternoon, and work
the road back to the city was begun
esterday morning.
Col. W. A. Neal, through whom the
-ommissioners purchased the machin- 1
ry, and thre,e other men from the 1
company, are with the machinery and
Will be in charge several days until the :
regular county force is familiar with 1
its operation,
The traction engine created a good
deal of- initerest as it steamed through
Main street on its way out of the city,
and on the invitation of those in charge,
several hundred people rod e in the
dump cars to the river.
The machinery was purchased at a 1
cost of $4,155.47. It includes the trac- I
tion engine, one road machine, two :
dump cars, a wi )r tank, and a roller. I
In addition to this Supervisor 9chum- I
pert has the "old road scraper" in op
eration once more.
Work on the road from Lindsay's .
bridge back to the city will be made a
.est of the machinery's usefulness, and
ome good results are expected. The
road will be macadamized at several
points and put in general good condi
When this road has been worked an
"tother road leading out of the city will
e worked for several miles.
Shocked by Lightning. I
Mrs. John B. Cook was severely t
shocked by lightning on Monday after
noon while at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Wingell Merchant, near Prosperi- I
ty. Mrs. Cook was sitting in a door
peeling some fruit when the bolt struck e
a little mulberry tree some ten or fif- t
teen feet distant. She was rendered
unconscious for some fifteen or twenty
minutes. No effect was felt by her
daughter, Mrs. Merchant, who was
standing just behind her.
Tiger in a Valise.
Constable T. B. Perry on Tuesday
captured a blind tiger in a vilise. The
owner of the valise was a negro hailing
from between Ninety-Six and Dyson,
in Greenwood County, who gave his
name to Constable Perry as Henry Mc
Clontock, and to the dispensary as
William Gossett. He came in on an a
early freight Tuesday morning, bought d
three gallons, a quart and a half pint of
X corn, packed it in his valise, and was
ready to return to his field of operations
when he was approached by Mr. Perry,
who asked to be allowed to examine.
The examination was made, the liquor
seized, and the negro was a sadder
Sealed Sentence Awaits Hin.
Dave Feister, colored, was tried, in
his absence, at the. October, 1899, term
of court for this county, and convicte.d
of violation of the dispensary law. He
was out on bond and having failed to
appear a sealed sentence was rendered.
Some time ago Constable J. R. Eison,
who brought the case against Feister,
located him in Fairfield county. M r.
Eison was deputized by Sheriff Bu ford,
and on Wednesday brought Feister to
jail, where he will await the next term I
of court, when sentence will be passed
upon him.
Picnic at Steel Bridge.
A picnic will be given at the new
steel bridge across Saluda river near.i
Wyse's ferry on the 4th day of August.1
The picnic is given in honor of the
Supervisors of Newberry and Saluda,
Messrs. Jno. M. Schumpert and B.
Matthews. Several addresses wvill be
dlelivered. Amusements will be pro
vided for young and old1. The pub
lic is invited to attend.
Cotton Weigher at Pomaria.
The Cotton Weighers' Association
' will meet at Pomaria on August. 6 at 9
a. mn. to elect a cotton weigher at
Pomaria for the ensuing season.
Excursioni to Augusta.
The excursion from Ninety-Six to
Augusta which p)assedl Newvberry at
7.30 festerday morning, carriedl about
200 Newberrians. The train carried
five coahhes besides the baggage cars.
Returpjing the excursion will leave
Augusta at 7.30 this evening.
The promoters of the excursion aire
Messrs. M. L. Spearman, P. F. Baxter,
and Jesse Burns.
FHat at Herbert's Ferry.
Supervisor Schumpert wvill be at Hd1r
bert's Ferry, on Saluda river, August
5th at 10 a. in., to let contract to build
a flat for use at this ferry.
Children's Day at Bethel,
Bethel Sunday School will celebrate
Children's Day on Saturday, July 25th.
TFher.e will be appropriate exercises by
the cliildren. The p)ublic is cordially
invited to attend.
.J. C. Turner.
Su perintendlen t.
Good Bverywhere Used.
Bransford's "Clifton" is guaranteed
by the maker to be the best flour in the
market. It is carefully milled from
sound wheat, making bread that is pure,
wholesome and nutritious--just what
the American people need for their
daily food. Besides "Clifton" in an all- I
round flour, being as well adapted to
making cake and pastry as it is bread
and becuit. Hayes & McC.rty.
Very Successful Session Closes Today
Total Enrolment Reached
The summer school for the teachers
f Newberry county, which has been
i progress during the past month, will
>lose today. The session has been very
)leasant and very successful. Prof. S.
F. Derrick, of Newberry College, and
Wiss Hattie K. Pope, of Greenville,
who have had charge of the school,
iave done faithful and successful work,
md the session has been of great bene
it to the teachers who have been in at
endance. '
The total enrolnient reached forty
.our. Compared with previous years,
his is a good enrolment, but when
aken in consideration with the number
)f teachers in the county for whose
)enefit the school is conducted, it is
imall. But year by year, as the teach
ors have experienced the good to be
lerived from a summer course which
Vill fit them for more thorough work in
heir high profession, the attendance
ias beer, increasing, and the schools
or the teachers are coming more and
nore to be regarded as of almost equal
mportance with the schools for the
The sessions were held in Boundary
treet graded school building.
Mrs. T. W. Smith and children are
,isiting in Chester.
Prof. N. E. Aull, of Lenoir College,
lickory, N. C., is in the city.
Miss Leona Epting has been elected
eacher in the Ninety-Six graded school.
Mrs. Cole L. Blease has returned
iome after visiting relatives at Pendle
Miss Marie Phillips, of Springfield,
C., is visiting Miss Ellie Blanche
Mr.Thomas E. Wicker has been elect
d teacher at Johnstone Academy for
he next session.
Dr. J. Dawkins Cromer, of Atlanta,
'isited relatives and friends in New
erry this week.
Mrs. L. B. Aull and son Luther have
eturned from visiting relatives in
;reenwood county.
Mr. Jas. 13. Beall, representing Dod
on Printers Supply Co., Atlant.a, was
n the city yesterday.
Miss Bessie Schumpertleft yesterday
or a visit to friends and relativbs in
nd around Augusta.
Mr. P. J. Voss, after spending sever
,1 days in Newberry, returned yester
ay to his home in Atlanta.
Miss Sallie Phillips, of Springfield,
)rangeburg County, is in the city the
,uest of Miss Dollie Huiett.
Miss Cora Levister, of Columbia,
,isited Miss Ellie Blanche Huiett this
veek, returning home yesterday.
Mr. Malcolm Cook, of near Prosperi
y, has accepted the position of travel
ng salesman for J. W. Kibler & Co.
Dr. D. L,. Boozer will go to White
stone Lithia Springs Monday to attend
he meeting of the State Dental Asso
Dr. E. C, Jones will attend the meet
ng of the State Dental Association at
Vhite Stone Lithia Springs next week.
)r. Jones will be accompanied by his
laughter, Miss Helen Jones, and Miss
sertrude Carwilc.
Miss Jessie Hornsby, one of New
>erry's most charming and accom
>lished young ladies, -has returned
mome, after spending a most delight
ul visit to friends and relatives in
IJolumbia.--State, 14th.
Mrs. F. M. Boyd, after visiting her
nother, MI rs. M. M. Stewart, returned
~o her home in Newberry last wveek.
The was accompanied by Miss* Evelyn
Albright, who will spend several wveeks
,vith her.-Chester Lantern, 14th.
heath of Mrs. J. B3. Schumpert.
The following is from the last issue
>f the Johnston Monitor. Mrs. Schum
pert was the wife of J. E. Schumpert,
formerly of this county, and who has
many relatives living at and around
"We have spoken in these columns of
t,he critical illness of Mrs. J. E. Schum
port at her home at Vidalia, Ga. The
sad news reached here on Tuesday
morning that she died on Monday even
ing at seven o'clock. Mrs. Schumpert
was Miss Kate Bland, daughter of the
late Johnson Bland. Born and reared
near here, she was loved by the entire
community. She was one of a family
of ten childreg, all of whom-have pass
ed away, but Mr. John A. Bland, of
Vidalia, Ga., and Mrs. Emma Parker.
The dleceasedl leaveOs a devoted husband
and five children. The remains were
interred at Vidalia on Tuesday after
noon. To the sorrowing husband and
motherless children, we offer our ten
derest sympathy in their irreparable
,At Young's Grove.
The good roads meeting in No. 9 will
be held at Young's Grove August 14.
Col. E. Hf. Aull and Col. W. HI. Hunt
will deliver addresses.
Calvary Church Chartered.
A commission for a charter was is
sued to the Calvary Presby erian, (col
ored) of Newberry. The 7petitioners
for the charter are H. 0. Reese and
Charles T. Beecher. -Columbia Cor.
News and Courier.
This church has been organized some
twenty or twenty-five years, but was
not chartered until this week.
You are bilious, drink Glenn Springs
Minneal Watne ndelt mrei.
Work Begun Wednesday-To Be Com
pleted Not Later than the First
of Next Year.
Work on the construction of the new
building on the college campus was be
gun Wednesday, when dirt was broken
preparatory to laying the foundations.
The building will stand on a line with
the residences of Dr. Cromer and Prof.
W. K. Sligh, and will face the street
running in front of Mr. H. H. Evans'
residence. The location is excellent.
It is the highest point.on the campus,
and an unobstructed and magnificent
view will be afforded from the city.
The location makes the new building
one side of a quadrangle which, taking
into consideration the healthy growth
which the college is now experiencing,
no doubt will be completed with other
handsome buildings before many years.
The contractor is George W. Waring,
of Columbia. His bid was $18,253,
extra work which was contracted for
running the whole amount up to $18,953.
The contract calls for the completion
of the building by the first day of Jan
uary next year.
J. S. Wheeler Added To Directors Bank
of Prosperity- Social And
Prosperity, S. C. July 16.-B. B.
Hair & Co. will give a barbecue Satur
day, July 18, at the grove around Mr.
Hairs house.
On Tuesday afternoon the present
officers and directors of the Bank of
Prosperity were re-elected with the ad
dition of Dr J. S. Wheeler as one of the
Miss Jo Langford is in the city visit
ing relatives.
Mr. Henry J. Rawl is here superintend
ing the building of the oil mill.
Misses Jessie and Myrtle Beacham,
of Greenwood, are visiting the Misses
At the meeting of the stockholders
of the school building they did not sell
but decided to keep it for school pur
Misses .Lula and Lena Moseley will
give an "At Home" this afternoon in
honor of Miss Mamie Hill, of Newberry.
Miss Nannie Simpson will entertain
a few friends this afternoon from five
to six in honor of her friend Miss Work
The News of Maybinton.
It is seen from nearly all the corres
pondence that the motto for the past
thirty days has been, grass, grass, grass'.
This community is not so much infested
with it now, having been fortunate
to have time to work it out.
The health of the community at rres
ent is excellent.
Mrs Laura Hardy and Miss Nettio
Moore, of Columbia, a visiting at
the Douglass home.
Miss Laura Frost is on a visit to her
relatives, the family of Mr. W. D.
Miss Nannie Belle Eison is visitin'
out of the community.
Miss Salli e Lyles has returned home
from a visit to Spartanburg.
Miss Sallie Whitney is again at home
after visiting her aunt in the lower
part of the State.
Master John Hardy has gone to Col
umbia, where he has secuired a position.
Mrs. Eliza Nance has moved back to
Miss Fannie Epps has returned home
after several months' stay ini Colum
Messrs Hyart and Byers, of Spartan
burg, were here several days the past
week selling medicines. They met
with great success.
Mrs. Sallie Welch, of Carlisle, the
mother of J. S. Welch, former repre
sentative from Union County, was
buried at Ebenezer grave yard somc
days p)ast. Her death was caused by a
Col. E. S. Keitt is the man with good
judgment. His motto now is to make
your cotton and sell it for 12 1-2 cents.
Pretty good for the Colonel, as there~ if
no demand for 5 cents cotton just now,
The Rev. Mr. Anderson will conduci
religious services at Ebenezer Metho.
dist church on the third Sunday.
Much to the sorraw of his many
friends, Mr. D)ave Thomas does nol
seem to improve from another stroke
of p)aralysis some 10 days or more ago
The people of this community havi
been p)ut to quite an inconvenience sinc<
the recent flood1 on account of an ap
proach on the Newberry side of Gor
don's bridge being washed away.
Farmers' Institute.
A Farmers' Institute wvas held a
Little Mountain Tuesdlay undler th
ausp)ices of the authorities of Clemsoi
College. Three of the ( lemson pro
fessors were present and made practi
cal addresses. The attendance wva
small. A barbecue dinner was fur
0. Klettner
Has something interesting to say i1
this issue. If we should undlertake ti
tell you what it is we might geti
wrong, and we know we cannot tell yoi
as well as he (does, therefore we onlj
make the announcement of the fact an
leave the pleasure to you of finding ou
what it is by the reading of it.
Picnic at Maybinton.
There will be a picnic at Maybinto
on Saturday, 25th. The public is ir
The Schools of Newberry and Prosperity
Go to Columbia Over Different I
Roads on the 30th.
The Sunday Schools of Newberry and
Helena have arranged for a picnic in
Columbia on Thursday, the 30th of this
month. An excuruion will be run over
the Southern, leaving Helena at 7.30
a. m., and returning leaving Columbia
at 6.30 p. m. The fare for the round
trip will be 60 cents for adults, and 30
cents far children.
The Methodists will picnic at the Ep
worth Orphanage, and the other
schools at Hyatt Park.
The Sunday Schools of Prosperity will
go to Columbia the same day, taking
the Columbia, Newberry ind Laurens
These two excursions will put a big
crowd of the Sunday School people of
this county in Columbia at about the
same time, and no doubt a very pleas
ant day will be spent.
The roads will (1o everything possible
for the accommodation and the pleasure
of those taking the trip.
The Program Which will be Discussed at
the Meeting at Trinity Church
August 19-20.
The Interdenominational Sunday
School Convention of Newberry Coun
ty will meet at Trinity Church, in No.
6 Township, on Wednesday, the 19th
day of August, the sessions continuing
through Wediesday and Thursday.
President John C. Goggans will preside.
The following very interesting pro
gram has been arranged.
10:30 a. m., Devotionalexercises con
ducted by the Rev. C. M. Boyd.
Enrollment of delegates.
Topic : "Has the teacher discharged
his or her obligation to the class when
the lesson has been finished ?" By J.
L. Epps, R. L. Monts, R. G. Wallace.
Opening of the question drawer.
Afternoon session. Questions an
Topic : "The Bible a lost book in the
Sunday School." By Dr. E. P). Mc
Clintock, J. Simpson Dominick, E. P.
Advanced class taught by Dr. Geo,
B. Cromer. The lesson for August
23rd will be used.
10 a. m., Devotional exercises con
ducted by the Rev. N. N. Burton.
Primary class taught by Mrs. M. A.
Appointment of committees and rais
ing pledges.
Topic: "Is the study of the Old
Testament necessary to the full under
standing of the New ?" By Dr. W. E.
Pelham, the Rev. W. L. Swope, J.
S. Brown.
Intermission, followed by afternoon
ITopic : "Name three of the most
essential qualifications of a successful
sup)erintendlent." Open to th2 Conven-.
Election of officers.
Election of (delegates.
Miscellaneus business.
If there have been any changes in
th'e superintendlents o"f the Sunday
Schools, the pastors or superintendents
of the various schools are reqluestedl to
notify Mr. P. C. Gaillard, Secretary of
the Association at once.
Forty-Two Years Ago.
Editor HebraId and News: On the
first clay of July, 1903, I was hoeing
my potato patch on the road which I
took very nearly forty-two years ago
when I left home, which wvas at Col.
J1. C. S. Brown's, to go to the war. It
was in August that I went. I joined
that grand old company--the first that
left Newberry--Company B., "Rhett
Gua.us," First South Carolina Regi
ment, Maxcy Gregg commanding the
regiment. The first of .July forty years
ago the company and I were on the
field of Gettysburg. We op)enled the
ball at Gettysburg under A. P. Hlill
commanding the corps, W. D). Pinder
the (division andl Col. Albert Perrin of
the 14th South Carolina Regiment the
brigade--McGow an's Brigade. Mc
Gowan had been wounded at Chancel
lorsville just two months before. The
old brigade showed herself that day.
She was the first brigade to enter the
field at Gettysburg. The brigade comn
mandler was compllimentedl that evening
by General Pinder for the gallant wvork
the brigade had done that dlay. Petti
grew's brigade went, into the battle
just ahead of our brigade. We p)assed
by that brigade just before we got te
Gettysburg. Pettigrew's men gave
3three cheers for Sout.h Carolina as we
passed them.
There were three Leitzsey brothers
- in the brigade. Two of them were
3 commissioned officers in the Thirteenth
- South Carolina Regiment. . I was a
private in the First Regiment. We
suff'ered a great deal that (lay. One
was killed and the other two werc
wounded. I was taken prisoner after
General L4ee fell back into Virginia.
Dlov your e en ache and burn at
night? I have 1,,. be trial case for
t fthuig Spectacles arnd l'yeg lasses., an sd
can fit the mast dlif1lcult eyes, With Ihie
proper glIases. I haLve fit,tedI gilk..se
for the biest people lee the~ county and
can lIt you. I use oniy t hu best, grae
Crystaline lenefNs. Come and give me
~ prce to all. GU Y DA NIlI'LS,
I Jeweler and Opt,ician
A Home Company Which Will Be Organ
ized September 1-Strictly
Business Enterprise.
The Home Loan and Trust Company
will be organized on the first of Sep
tember. A sufficent number of shares
have r-lready beenisubsci ibed to organ
ize, but it is desired to have a few
more and it was thought best to post
pone the organization to the (late named.
In the meantime those who desire to
make a good safe investment and at
the same time encourage a home enter
prise by which persons of limited means
may be able to build homes of their own,
may subscribe until the date named.
Subscription books are at the National
Bank with Mr. F. N. Martin, at the
Commercial Bank with Mr. Z. F. Wright,
and at the Savings'Bank with Mr. J.
E. Norwood, and at The Herald and
News office. Payments are to be made
in monthly instalments of one dollar
per month per share. By coopration
this organization can do a great deal of
good for the community. Everybody
should take a small !ot of the stock at
Week End Rates.
The southern Railway announces the
following Week End Rates, beginning
Saturday, June 6th, continuing to
August 29th, for all Saturday trains,
good returning until Tuesday following
date of sale; round trip tickets will be
on sale from Newbrery to Charleston,
Sullivans Island, and Isle of Palms, at
rate of $5.16.
Beginning June 6th, continuing to
September 12th. for all Saturday and
Sunday morning trains, good returning
leaving destination not later than Tues
(lay following (late of sale, round trip
ticketv will be on sale from Newberry
as follows:
Spartanburg . . . . . . . . . . $2 10
Greenville .......... 2 10
Whitestone . . . . . . . . . 2 10
Union ............. 1 85
Taylors (for Chick Springs) ... 2 31
Asheville, N. C.... . . . . 3 85
Hot Springs, N. C........ 4 60
Arden, N. C. . .. . . . .. : 85
Fletchers, N. C . 3 85
llendersonville, N. C . . . 85
Flat Rock, N. ( . . . . . . . . . 3 85
Saluda, N. . . . . . . . . . . . 3 85
Tryon, N. C... ........ 3 85
Brevard, N. C. ........ 4 60
Lake Toxaway, N. C ...... 5 30
For tickets and further information,
apply to S. 11. McLEAN, Ag,
Week End Rates
From point..,, on the Atlantic Coast
Line to Seaside Resorts, tickets on sale
Saturday, good returning including Mon
(lay following, attractive schedules, un
surpassed service Summer Tourist
Tickets to Mountain and Seaside ResortB
limited for return passage to Octobpr
31st on sale until September 30th.
For full particulars, rates, etc, call
on [icket Agents or write,
General Passenger Agent
rlaflic Manager
Wilmington, N. C.
Offer to Rtefund Money if Dlr. Howard't
Specioe Will Not Cure Any Case of
Constipation or D)yspepsia.
Gu1der & We'es arie s..ek in -e~ wh,~ ors5
tease of dyspep-p-it ori e,o,-M I la'io 'lir
Newberry or v'cineity to t-"d. Dr,. tl'e'v
ard 's e4 w ) sp'ciftic forI t.he cel of the4
So) conltidel arI e 1 tE ,hey'~ thatL i 1.hi re
mIarkle)I mn'dic'ie will etfe'e' a laeet,im
(url PCin I. s4hort, t. ie. tiha ii hey3 otfert ti
re'fu nd the mtoney sh lould it nlot bce s'ue
lIn ordelr 1(o seein- I.hce qicI k est oossi)4
ble in treduIcidon ( ilde'r & Weeks wi
selIl a regutlar lifty cent, t)'ekae of t,h'
miedId icsiat. half pr' ee. 25 cents.
t, wVIlI regulatie te he howel '. tone ul
t,hie whole intseesinal Iret, ive '.ou at
appetite. make food tut,e g'ood anid i
5Cest w e!, an inic tereas 1'vig~or. Joy0~ ai
lestppinfess wcil tauke the pius t of thaiu
"don,'t care w her be tr I livye or i I" feel
Take adtva nt- . re of'( iler & Week
c'hailI(lenge and islecuebtt ' hIlIe of D)r
II,loward('s4 sp' ille ( at half pr i'e. wIiti
th eir pe(rs4oneat guaranct.eei to refund ycl3ouI
money if it doe's niot hel p youI.
AlRiICCi~ Jl' l'The undICersigned wi
Efr'nish a first class b)arbecule a
Mt. liethiel Academy, No 2, t.ownii;
l"ridlay, ,1 uly, :1.
S. J1. (romer.
4 BI SI10, K 'I lentuicky Cotte
f'J~ Seed tor sale. A pply to 'I
C. l'ool. .1. A. HURJITON.
savings will en,stek vou t.o drink tii
very best Mo.rning Glory Coffee ever'
(lay dlur'in~ ri.e month. T1ry this big
gr'ade coltee. Sold onely by D)avenpot
& Cavenaugh.
.Currs Blood Poison.-- Treatment Free.
Blood5 po(isont 1)4 t,he ,vort'H dJisese 0
ear. h y'et the e'a-inst L.o cure whern I
It ii. ( I otacuI tloodt lm e) lee uet
MNicsy hle p timlte, )4pa)I Onl thle skin
ncI'' e, inulcOt'ou t I il thes, featliIng hiahr
ntehlng eskin, hoce panuIs, r'helumt,i.nrl
es airarrh. ''at. Ing, bleede ing., lest eri'n
soes5(, 'i-ef ula, Htenb-) and seuCil.'s, canceiW
acnd doses kno itewL1) is loeod peoton. (hs
It'etnte tiloed lialsm (Ii I. Ii ) $1. A
Ie'w llotth-.s enaran't,eed to (c.111 th
woret'' ea,1 14 So'dI ait dr st or c es' 'T'r'al
mient of 13. II. t senrt free andl( prIepal
Icy writing tol ee, o1 tine Co , Atte,nta
G'. Des-ribe troetb'e and free mn'dilee
advIce gt ien uinttl enr,d' 'I 11 . I
I0 trod ghlyt i'd 1 .r. 3(0 years. ( unp
whenc11 ali b- fails. 11. 11 I mnaket tLi
bel(od puel ' el and rich h 'at everv )4Or'
anrd s'ttps - 11 ae'b ( entd pinfe. 1H. 1. I
imprl)oves thei di gesetion.
I Special Sale of Summer Rate Tickcts to
the Mountains and Seashore.
The Columbia, Newberry & Laurens
Railroad offers Week-End Special
Summer rates to the Mountains and
to the Seashore and other summer re
sorp. Tickets sold each Saturday June
6th to August 29th, 1903, inclusive, as
follows: From Newberry, S. C., to
Charleston, S. C .............. $5 15
Cross H ill, S. C. ....... ........ ....... 2 00
Glenn Sprii-gs, 1. C. .. . ........... 2 10
Greenville, S. c . -- ....... ......... 2 10
Isle of Palms, S. C .--.... ............. 5 15
Spartanburg, S. ( .--...... ..... .. .. 2 10
Sullivan's Island, 8. C . .. ....... 5 15
Waterloo, S. C. (Harris Spring) .. 2 00
White Stone Lithia Springs, S. C. 2 10
These are week end tickets, soldeach
Saturday, final limit Tuesday following
date of sale.
For further information and sched
ules, call on or write
J. W. Denning, Agent.
Such Proof as this Should Convince any
Newberry Citizen.
The pubile enclorsenent, of a local cit
Ize s .se oest plouf Iinat canl be pro
(ucet. None bet,ter, tiotic tioiig,r can
be bald. Wh l a tnai C. meIti I rwiti'
and Lt stitlie to his fellow eiIzens, adl
drbases fis udai neiguiiors youj
mUa. D "ure lie heis tioouliughy c0,v et'(
or he would not, Lo to. I enlng ot 's
experience wlien it Is fo. Lun pul-.1 v
good is an act of k indnivis that, stiound
be apt,reciateu. Thrl followiig 0.1atv
meni given Iv a i-Aldent, of Newberrv
adds ono m IIr to the many cases of
H1m Eidorscemint whicl are baing
plithi11sheti -a1t " l'h" Vi Littl Comiquer
0r." iRe:.d it:
P. B Illutolhinlson prop? if-Ior of Len
oral houselholl lurtilshig (ire on Ma i
str et, -Iy-: 'I 1,ave tuiet- Domn's Kii
niey Pill13 in miy famil witl Very bee
lielal elf-ect. We us, (I t.hem for kidney
t.oubieti) lntdck twht. The relief given
was iII mediate ai' [ilemanent 1 0
taliet the 1i0l1s it W. ' IPelham &
on's dr-ug Stare and I eng aind do re
c..mend tiai very hihly bllleving
them to be all that. is claieI-d for them.
141(r sale b.t all deatlerm Priet! 56 cents
per box tlo-i.tet,N- ilburn !o, Bulfalo. N.
Y., sole agents ft' lite United States
1tei-n her the naille Dotlis and take
no stist itt,e.
Onr stock is still co1mpl1t) with
overyhing protty in thio Millinery
Call aid son mi>r ribbOls, flowers
and haVi boforo bn.) ing
The Riw)r Milhery Company.
To the Public at Large!
Seeing the need of an organiza
tion looking to giving chcap pro
teetion in this county, we take
pleasure in recommending to the
Ieople as a whole, the Workmen's
Unimon Protective Association of
America, as being the best thing
in the way of sick, accident and
burial benefits, inexistence. We
write from the age of 12 to 65.
It costs $2.10 for a policy, and if
you are nick one week, we pay
you $6 per week ; and at the death
of a member $50 as a burial fund
is p)aid. .Any .one wishing protec
tion against sick(nesJs or accident
at cost, can get it by applying to
either Eu)gene S. WVerts, Secre
tary and Treasurer, J. W. 10ar
hardt, President, or J. W. Reeder-,
County Agent.
To the Secretary andi Treasurer of the
Workmen's Union P'rotective Asso
ciation of America:
I certainly appreciate the I)rompltnes
in you paying my husband, 'homas II.
Reeves, sick benefit. and burial fnnds.
I can heartily recommend the com
pany to one and all who want p rotec
tion at cost. My husband had only p)ai<
thirty-five cents (35e) into the treasur3
after receiving his policy, and the com
pany has fulfilled its promise to a let
ter. I think every man, woman an<
child in the county, that is twelve yearz
old1, ought to have a p)olicy in the Work
men's Union Protective Association o:
America. First why, because it is
home company; secondl the money il
all kept right at homne; third-you get i
at cost; fourth-the association is (10
ing what God has taught us to do0, hell
one another; and there is no better wa:
to ob)ey the commrnd of the Lordi that
to link together in this grand Associa
tion. I cannoit praise the Associatiot
too high for what it has (lone for m'
husband, Thos. 11. I teeves. May you al
eve)r live andl carry on the~ good work
is my biest wishes to the Association.
Mns. X Ti'uoMAN I1. H.ItlvI:s.
t (JUS A ItitlV IEl) at S. 1H. J1onet
. J Iaresh, Nabisco, Athena, Chan
piagne andI l"estin() Wafers.
A FULl , , LNI o'tf Canned Meat
n Cannmed Vegetables antd Cannt
.F'ish at 8. 11. ,Jones'.
e A.line o f IIleinz-''s Piek{les
e glass at S. 11. JIones'
h f )LIVES, Sauces, and all kinds
Cndiiments at 8. B. Jones'.
-H uyIer's
Lowney's and
Baker's Cocoa,
. Spices,
and FlavoringExtract
- At S. B. Jones'.
Dried Fruit:
California Apricots,
and Raisins,
iAt S. B. Jones'.
either single or in suits
TABLES of all kinds,
Art Squares,
Rugs, Etc., Etc.
Everything found in a
first-class Furniturd6
store. We rake a
specialty 0f framing
At Leavell's Old Stand.
Newberry, S. C.
aEverythingn in ah
specialt STA frAng
ALeav 'sOldptnd
Ceandyhn inee.
leo SaLE Tnic
Beuifl Wrtn
Comhae aknd yoswntenshr
Asoti ah ie-o of nometae
3ntever I' tak e lnger athn l smintIes.
- Fifty Iceceipts" gives many~ new reci
pnadit, is no0 trouble at, all to freeze
Peerless Iceland Freezer.
We hav.e just, received our second
shi >ment of these celebrated Freezers
im n iow h ave in stock any size fror 2

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