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It. H. AUL,I., EDrTOR.
It is well to have every law enforced
and we agree with our local cotempor
ary that no exception should be madc
in the dispensary. It is also probabLy
true that if the grand juries in Char
leston would find true bills and the petit
juries would convict in the caseq
brought before them where there was
proof, it would have a wholesome effect.
But when they don't. what are you go
ing to do? That is the question. "Rais<
hell" on Chicco street? That was triec
under Gov. Tillman, and the result wa
the same. Put on the met.rpolitan p,
lice? Cwv. Evans did that and th
illicit sale went merrily along. Get
change of venue' How can you do tha
unt.il you make out a case. and get :
true bill' We are simply asking for in
formation. You might put the old cit)
under mar.ia law and aboh--h l se
government.. and t.hen you would no
need grand and pet. .uries to Convict.
Now, we do not me.n by t.his *.hst t.hi
people of Chariest-on are not law-a"lid
ing and gov eit:ens. but it ioe
seem t.hat the' wil no* beN-ore :-ocon
.iied to the dipear' syst.em. and t.ha
the GermIans and the Se'o:oh n an
going to have t.he bee- and .he hipi
We se from te tbsrve thtM
agei syTem ho. o. theI c ollg,corr
o t,Io . cin. forl a m.imrnt
$1,10 or I , m a1 .Timu T o xtr
,,It tove "High P int" An;ac te
would~n cos abou ;aeua amot. t
this sid it ha cst s aout $24,000 -
a st- uhae tit i h
it anov It a,t minimum The Ne cos.
toml distric an th eidts ao
1,VIard.'s,it is ltru ,wolvb!ito
enIi vtit- c o s:
priv is as the rest of us
We res Superintendent Bo
sthinks i the.a. proper thingc t goe 01~
ve se tsoe thr gberver thnat n
Bidoes iadt e ca. 4nish th s-wea
uige system to the college, courntir
eost of connvction. for a in-iru
Ul,RKIt or Z1,5(KI maxinmumn. To ex-er
it to tHigh Point" on Vance sr -
would co,-t about an equal an)oun*.;
that we could get seweragv beyor
Scut's creek for about quet fohr'e
this side it has cost us about hasIn
notma let uats af ithe yte ha
iscopy. mTim u. io T s he superr e
To e mill r dstritand that treins amo
smnardl iot i te, wttol bha wtho
ihas en thne sy898. eThene docor te
uthat dvctinatio These reent a
p the adshefol he State?
Wrviegae a the rsee the Newbe
thin Ette propthng toignor oi
reqestd.o Tisnorprios to he mea
beenartifu, andlevars, wie foreelita
reidnce setin.sa( h )ili
washef coton ueintenden Newey TI
isagrda teaous reque,000o asees
propty or hen prd f ithasxai
beA liledmor whanot one-igthas of
wolet taxablearoper of the counm h
ah cpope Tis quetn assingteawp
He parobbl seshed mre isov
thallpo n other Stae mn tan ee
haorbe ince. He8.made doctrv t4
al ftehtvci. inwl rvn
spred cThof whyo not acingahe si
Nwerrye disas fown soe Stateg
coped tola e the Neood.
Ifa Este opayt begog r
seeaTignr)e we hopve henrc
bauti femt bevas,ure tret t
bover aveethisN sould piee anrk.
Ther cotto beamicni of Mt.brr Pigr
hrc,i taxbe poerpat of the count
than5t -ay ohe onegunst. Texeri
onallo invte tah.n
St. PaUP6 Items.
We had a good rmon yesterday by
onr pastor, the Rev. J. A. Sligh.
It has been decided that the barbecue
at St. Paul's for the benefit of the par
sonage and chumh will be given on the
18th day of August. Everybody who
wants to get a good 'cue should attend.
Committees have been appointed to
make arrangements, as follows: Gentle
men-L. I. Epting, J. C. Aull, G. B.
Aull, J. W. Richardson, J. D. Sheely,
J. A. C. Kibler, Jno. B. Bedenbaugh;
Ladies-Mrs. L. I. Epting, Mrs. J. C
Aull. Mrs. H. E. Bodenbaugh, Mrs. T.
A. Epting, Mrs. G. B. Aull, Mrs. L. A.
Sheeley. Mrs. Carrie Lorick. Mrs. J. C.
Singley. This committee will meet on
Monday, the 27th, at 8 a. m. to decide
on plans of work. The committee asks
contributions of supplies and money.
There will be a 'cue at Jolly Street
on Thursday, July 30th, at which time
the good rads meeting will also be
Crops are generally improved, but
nesrvy a mon'h behind last year.
Dlr. .L. K. Gt.We its trea.tingr Mr. L. L.
Our .schx.. t )ar.gh N 2.6.%-t-te 'U
Weds a.h !penr thts ruw N. u:
ks.inu Tn frr mnh, Tdllmbn. e
I hi vr.t nli
.f :-..-m:,I Vhnn fra ! .h M1a U 6
The patrhJLam -ar.as a thx.thoo
S As.ssmcn: af vhe.' Mill
The Stats~~ e B.~-,u S47(.0ut.: a
e r:.ht varians e.ot milih dei
:the s:te. v&iue f c!ther milis and p'u;
A' pet czar.. VluAt-T. for trLtIOT.
The NL wher-y mills re-e' -s.te. %LS
&:",j e fr il
Tne tos.increaqe ir. thje 1St.*1e SmceI
IRS yes.r. 'eiUdmig 1.h neW MillS. m
Creases in c..airaan n he M
crease of thit marhet r&.lue of :.be stk%:.L
is veh..0%!L. Orn lasnyer's.t r
..:rns the Valuabtin o' the mIfi
- was$ .10.81K anj the &- per cent
gva,,uatiern redixed this tc. $1Q.4...de..
T year ..he retarns for tot.' r&uu
*-,o ShOw that te mne Ir-oper. ir.
ot arlna is worth 9S.4.92.%.~4Q.
Sout Col. .m:ie
o whle the amour at is te i2
w& GRAv.D~ MUi She OHOOL-r.
g Ya S, 8 rii,& Bl,isA Pt icip..
e.4 Primary Intethe an AdvancedIs
ir Mtho rn Toc aon T .inni
y winstru th aio t.hgh piscae~s odrat.
~d (Chrtr ppie fr.
,y 00 rect. KLain haiipl
""? Nkret Senific bgin. LSep-t
Mn hosnToucmadber hn2c.
GEO.struti. torough, Presidenat.
e SaTacneura nted..
Caty,Fidy rul 1 applie or.k,frh
Tuitio. $30 toUCH,
ofLnewn bu.,inPiang $20,ain
al 000udent tatinon l haf icun
I. NeT Seas.so bgrdain Piao
fort ofPeteban Co2eeof3Chr
oe B.C,udD.. MR Pr.eisent
ey il giv erin Wnanoforte
willak willr caeeto aat dFalon
my Theay Julst1 atteio clock, fvnor the
ofchn eleprctical techr for theain
of FuSpriclr il egven Sreet.d
ofu Ifil, aEng. nanfo enlang
Disease takes no summer
If you need flesh and
summer as In winter.
Send for free saumple.
SC07T & BOWNE, Choml
409"415 Pearl Street,Ne o
Soc. and $i.co; all druggists.
We would like to ask through the
columns of your paper, if there is any
person who has used Green's August
Flower for the cure of Ind ton,
Dys psia, and Liver Troubles that has
not been cured-and we also mean their
results, such as sour stomach, fermen
tation of food, habitual costiveness,
nervous dyspepsia, headaches, despon
dent feelings, sleeplessness-in fact,
any trouble connected with the stom
ach or liver? This medicine has been
sold for many years in all civilized coun
tries, and we wish to correspond with
you and send you one of our books free
of cot, If vou never tried A ugst
x.s%rx. try a 2 cent bottle first. 'e
hsAe never known of its failing. If so.
soN.hinkg mre serious is the matter
-i.h . The XS cent Pite has just
a,%T inmin.uted this ;ear. Regular
514 "3 NJt$. F sale FW . Pe
hkrr A -;nM'
a G Gus.Wi:wbury. N. J.
(C RE E . '"D"
Dn STS- CAPUDINE.
Knights of Pythias,
N e~ w W>err y LobdgeC N o. M
SA TED CNVENTIONS (F T H IS
:".~-e .-1w e hei_2 on the : n &an)
411 TueZaayL PhtS of esch Mzlnt.h S:
i i. i Tt rahts ear-fdi:1x We'
camei THCIS. F. EPTING.
K. of R. and S.
CrorweI H ote Baidig.
HE CREDITORS OF JOHN E.
LPatt.r.. deceasei. ee hereby re
gumred to render and est.blish their de
mands before me on or before Ju.y :3.
H. H. RIKARD.
Mastex for Newberr-y County.
Newberry. S. C.
NATE WILL GIVE A FIRST CLASS
BLB*rbecue at Pomaria, S. C.. on
Sa.urday. August 1st. 143. in the beau
We will have several speakers to a.d
dress the crowd. and special arrange
ment.s for the yo.ung ple. Come one
come all, and enjovt A
J6HN A. RAHAM.
H. M. WICKER.
Notice to Policy Holders.
'THE POLICY HOLDERS OF THE
Farmers' Mutus' Insurance Asso
cistion. of Newberry County, will meet
at Newberry, on Saturday the first day I
August, at io a. m A full meeting it
desired. Business of interest to every
policy holder will come up
L. I. EPTING, Secty
JOS L. KEITT, Pre..
College of Chiestoll,
CH A RLESTON, S. C.
118 YEAR BBGJINS SEPTEMBER 25.
Letters, Science, Engineering. One
Scholarship to each County of South
Carolina. Entrance examination held
at Newberry by County Superintendent
of Education and Judge of Probate or
July 10. Tuition $40. Board and fur
nished room in Dormitory, $10 p~ez
month. All candidates for admissior
are permitted to compete for Boyle
Scholarship, which pays $100 a year.
For cataogue, addressH
T HE TRUSTEES OF HAR TFORI
. school, District No. 11, will elec
a teacher on July 25, at 9 a. m., at th~
school building. Applications may
sent to any of the undersigned befor
that date. E. LEE HAY ES,
APPLICATIONS FOR THE POS1
tion of teacher of Union school
istrict No. 32, will be received by an
of the undersigned on or before Jul
25. Salary $30.00 per month.
L. I. FEAGLE,
Prosperity S. C.
KINA RD IPS,
Slighs, S. C.
Contra~t to Let:
I WILL LET CONTRACT T(
build approach to Gordon's bridge
over Tyger river, on Friday, July 31st
1903, at 10 o'clock a. m.
JNO. M. SCHUMPERT,
W E ILLGIVE A FIRST-CLASE
baecue-the barbecue of the
season-at Stomp Springs on Augusi
6th. Men, women and children cor
dially invited. Dinner, 40 cents.
W. J. DUNCAN.
C. H. SHANNON.
Cromer, S. C.
rF H E PATRONS OF UNION ACA D.
emy will meet at the school houst
Saturday morning, the25th, at ?o'clock,
for the purpose of electing a teacher foi
the next session. Applications must bc
Proposals ftr FurnishIng W1
for the State Capioi,
W . ill0' Ti.l t' IY
length, w ill ecepted; lolig 1-af pinle
Wood 11111st IK delivered at the State
Capitol on or before October ist, but
the successful bidder will he permit ted I
to deliver it at any time after the ac
ceptance of his bid.
looi must be corded by the bidder
in the storage rooms unde'r the building
and measured after being so placed.
The right is reserved in this proposal,
and wvill be reserved in any contract
.made under it, to reject any wood
which in the judgment by the under
signed is of an inferior quality. Bids
must be sealed and marked "Proposals
for furnishing wood for the State Capi
tol," and addressed to the undersigned.
J. T. GANTT,
Secretary of State.
Columbia. S. '., June 27, 1903.
Sheriff's Delinquent Tax Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
('O'NYY OF NEWBERRY.
3Y YIRTUF OF AN F.EXCUTION
to me direteod by ,1. 1. Epps,
Trasuirr of Newberry County, I will
,ell during :he loWal hours of sale, on
Monday. the M3 lay of August,. 190.
ie.l at Newberry Court House,
the following p qerty to wit:
Lt in town of New'berry. assessdti to
.l oseph .1one. bundee on north by Gil
ford Snowden. Dr. .lames Mclntosh.
and Carne Adams
Lt towr. of Newberrv, assessed to
ThomNs W:ior's Est Ve. b o knded by
Mmrnie Simmons. Aure'ia .lones an'd
Lot in _%W.f New berry. essed to
&s.ln N W:1son. "k.idNi by Frank
Gienn, Presi Frme~rage and Salflie Ed
Tw, os . tx4n r., 1mvPosperitv, as
sesse 14' 1-. B. k. nded by Dr.
Lnki A G. W:se, ani
ind ..H r. H1.:zhe Ferry
*Rosi.L~ I ES W E: .eberge'r mrd Broa'd
Tem *a .'G '. 2 l'herser to
M. B nkRD.
: Newberrv Co:tV.
f Z- e .%Ily 1 '8. 1fk.%3
Election of Trachler
T H EATiCNS O FitK SCHOOL
DT.1:: N. . \ meet at the
Sh H---e. Aug.:st -zth. a-, oeke
fr t.epups of e .e.e:ing a~ teacher
for saisc.:' at ~ M' er month salary.
Lady preiferrei. Applcation may be
nmeo wit th u n 3ersgn-)
W. G. METTs. Sligh's.
1. M. KINARD. Poma-ia.
D. T. Wi.iFR. Pomaria.
Election of T-acher.
T HE PATROCNS AND TRUSTEES
of S: P.a'-S _S'o.l will meet on
Saturay. i-e 5th of July. at 2 >. m.,
t,o elec- a :na,e teaeher for said School
at a sala-y cf S$3) rer month. Applica
tion may be --ert to J. B. Bedenbaugh,
J. A. StIGH.
T. A. EPTING,
J. B. BE.DENrAt'GH.
Notice of ?1ection sllefritelldent Water
T OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Sthat the Commissioners of Public
Works, will, on or about July 29th,
elect a Superintendent to take charge
of the Water Works, Electric.Lighting
Plant and Sewer Systern of the Town
of Newberry, S. C.
Term of office to be from August 1st,
1903, to July 31st, 1904.
F. M. BOYD,
Fir st 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 >usiness in their old
I extend an invitation to my friends
of Newberry and the surrounding county
to drop in and see me. M ysal esmen,
J. P. Aldridge and Clarence B. Sligh,
will be glad to see them.
GI. B. SUMM!YER,
Next door to Mimnaugh's.
Mate lce Cmam at flome.
and have any kind you want on short
notice. The preparation of some takes
longer than others but the freezing
never takes longer than 3 minutes.
"Fifty ReceIpts' gives many new reci
pes an(l it is no trouble at all to freeze
them in a
Peerless Iceland Freezer.
We have just received our second
shipment of these celebrated Freezers
andl now have in stock any size from 2
to 6 quarts.
iowdim Iiuwius Cony.
All Post Re
Tell your husband or whoever 1
shell out the cash and start for th
er will substantiate the fact that t
money. Note the following price
We only mention a few things wh
25 p0S. 40 inl White l-AwI. heutifil (u1ality'worth
121ze. for Ohis S.'0 oNh- 8,e - 20 pes extrA fit
ps Checxked M iisih., w t rZil 'A t .1l over town,
full 3;o in) n Ide Se 25 pes. Best l4'eatherlI T
Read\ Made Shees. 6ell -o.e, worth 6o, 110W
nowv qe each. to p l 1. ce Curtaills worth $2
t'-d Swiss, regular I.je kid, fol this sale 10: v
th Ssae g yd.
A Bpd Spreod
S' dor. 1.ine Huck Toweis vorth .2c0 exch, for thi
woith 2cv eacih. tlr this week toe each. 2s do
week i c. each. 2 pcs. Linei and Cotton
Large \Vhite Bed Spreads worth $t.5o, for-this
$2.s0, for this sale $l.69.
= Another Ia
SIvits o all Silk R ibl,on, all shades. woi th i 5c,
worth one. no \\ Sae - bolts Liberty Sati1
bois go on Sale Thursday M>ning, so yol
worth i5. to go at onlv ge-5 and 6 yards loni
a to go on a bi Iargan counter. \ our
2I 0 Par-.i - .. : on ef)r one week. wxordl 75c :
SI.:; jr '-. ioo Parasol. to g, -in sale for -
2 a i'd . .to o at half price.
join t' 7eap2r. who 7.re ia:herig a Golden H7[arvC
ail, that we are saving the people 25c to 5oc on
t I wi ord. . O CtI inI e o Men's, Lad's,
at ab:nost a engw. About 2oo pairs Ladies' Sli1
you can have th*mt at goc a pair. 250 pairs of
pairs of Boy's Kuce Panits worth 75c, for this s.
this sale 23c.
#caiRemember we deliver Goo<
have to lug them home..
Come to Newberry's Biggest ar
Dollar does the Work of Two.
S~The Leading Stor
Cannot speak; otherwise TJisa
it would tell its own story, ordhisa
and were its organ of* nore
speech as pronounced as ;one ning <
its one quality RELIABIL- put every
ITY, no need of these re-30 Oday s.
marks. We do not claim|money.
that it will cure Mumps, AllWO
Consumption, or grow hair Al 'ik
on bald heads, and in fact All RiblI
we do not advise mothers I All Whi
using it for Soothing Syrup All Cola
but we do claim that there All Cot
is nothing better on the AlCot
market for Pain in the All Boy
Stomach, Colic, Cholera All Shoe
Morbus, Diarrhoea and All Hats
Dysentery. All Umi
PRlCCE 15c and 25c All Tr
A BOT FT L.. anid sea1sonah1)l
& il 081'olilla Military Academiy.
r1IERh IS O)NI VACANCV IN Teache
1. the State Itetieficiairy Sch'olarshiips,
to be awarded onl consapetitive exannina
tionsB for the cotnut1 of Newherry. r plI I ATR4
1t! nk formis of atpphec.'ion shouhil be I School, No.
apphiedt fo.r at once l to Co C. S Gauldten, at the school hot
Chmarmn i a ofa ( Visitors, or the Conn- at 4 o'clock p. r
tv S'iperintendenit of Edanai Thlese electing a teache
flpp)leations1 fully made ouIt, muItst be ini tferred. App li
the hantids of the Chairmani on the 3t h' any one of thm
''ay of July,t in ordler to receive at tenation. furnish any infot
C. S OAIDSI)lN,
C'ha iman ltoardI rustees,
olds the key to the pocket book to
is store, Every keen, shrewed buy
:trade at Mimnaugh's islike finding
is and draw your own conclusion.
ile thousands go unnamed.
15c, now only ioc yd. 25 pes. White Lawn worth
ie quality Dotted Swiss worth 35c, now only 19C. 25
for this sale 43C. 25 pes. Newberry Mills Bleaching,
:kiug (A C. A.) worth i5c, for this sale 1oc. 25 doz.
5C each. 20 doz. Ready Made Pillow Cases worth 15c,
.50, for this big sale $1.25 a pair. 25 pcs. Curtain Dot
. 2 pCs. White Organdy, 2 yds, wide, worth Soc, for
end Towel sole.
week ioe each- 5o doz. Large Size Cotton Towels
r. Large Size Turkisli Towels worth 25c each, for this
rashi tor Towelnin 5e and ioe, worth double. 175 -
sale 95c. ioo Large Wlite Marseilles Spreaus worth
now 1oc0. 1oo bolts Lierty Satin Ribbons, all shades,
i Ribbons, all shades, Worth0 35C, now 22c. These Rib
i'd better be on hand. A big lot of EMibroideries
(. A big lot of Calicoes, Muslins and Dimity worth 5c
choice 5c yd.
or 35c. i.jo Paraois to go on sale for one week. worth
ie week, worth $2 oo for $1.25. 250 Men's Umbrellas,
;t from the field of glitt(ring hargains. It's admitted by
every pair of Shoes they buy here. Acts speak louder
f-isses' ad. CnildreIs Low Cut Shoes and Slippers to go
ipers wor dh S00o a rd $1 .50 a pa ir. I f your sizes are here
Boy's Knee Pants worth 4oe, for this sale 19c. 300
de 43C. 50 doz,. Men's Negligee Shirts worth 40e, for
is to all parts of the city, you don't
d Only Cut Price Store where one
e of Newberry, S. C.
le includes every thing in the store.
to reduce our large stock before the
>f the Fall season, we have decided to
thing in our store at Actual Cost for
Now is your opportunity to save
D~on't miss it.
I Dress Goods at cost.
; and Velvets at cost.
ons, Laces and Embroideries at cost
te Goods at cost
red Lawns, Organdies and Dimities
aing for Men at cost.
s Clothing at cost.
~s and Slippars at cost.
at cost. Alt Shirts at cost.
>rellas arid Parasols at cost.
iks, Valiises and Telescopes at cost.
e 0s 'aon a:d '' thle b)eelt of these Cost Prices on Niew
fitters for everybod)(y. Newberry, s. C.
r Wanted a4~ wiLL Rre1xIiv APPhICA
ins for D)isp)eiser and Clerk at
)NS OF, SMYRNA N''1erv 8 ,"*nn,also> for 1)ispe er at
6 Township, will moot- Juliy, [g(3 Appllicat~ins snust be. in
se Onl Friday, .Juily 31, h-gal1 forutn. andit cani he hatinled to any
r., fo topuro>se of i tal er o< the loard by i v o'clock a. :n,
~tions ,to be 61 vle i JACOII S1NN. Chairnuanu
tn gdeire who will jI.IAMN
. I BO ZFJ, fo etilu rs of ('t itity lord of Cotitrok
0. P. ROO.Flan Newbeum ..C., J-l 6, 19,