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tion, that it should be satisfied of the
guilt of Felder beyond a reasonable
doubt before it would be warranted in
returning a true bill. We have not
seen a stenographic report of Judge
Gage's charge; but hardly think it
.possible that his honor told the grand
jury any such thing as he is quoted
as having told it. The claim is absurd.
The Yorkville Enquirer is so uni
formly fair that we feel disposed to
give it light upon this matter. There
was a great deal of interest in this
case, and in order that there might be
no question as to what happened ;n
regard to it, the newspaper corre
spondents in Newberry had the bene
fit of the stenographer's notes upon
every deliverance from the bench in
regard to it. These notes will show
that Judge Gage charged the grand
jury, in- reference to this bill, after
stating the allegations of the indict
ment: "If the testimony satisfies you,
gentlemen, beyond a reasonable doubt,
that those allegations are true, find al
\Jtrue bill. . Unless the testimony does
satisfy you, find 'no bill."'
In justice to Judge Gage, it has been
stated, and is reiterated, that this
charge was uot alone applied to the
Felder case, but that he has charged
grand juries. on other. indictments to
the same effect. There can be no doubt
that the Newberry correspondents
were correct in their report of Judge
Gage's charge sent out from Newber
ry. Any one who heard the charge
will bear out the stenographic report
furnished the Newberry correspond
ents, as -will Judge Gage, we have no
doubt. And, as we state, it w4s not
alone applied by Judge Gage to the
Felder case; but on other indictments
at the same term of court, and on in
dictments elsewhere in the circuit as
we 'have been informed, Judge Gage
made the same charge.
This much in justice to the Newber
Judge Gage, from what we know of
him, is not the kind of man who wi!4
shiTk anything before him, or fail to
stand 'by anything he does, and the
editor of the Enquirer might satisfy
himself by asking Judge Gage.
By virtue of the power given in a
mortgage executed by R. G. Fellers
and J. B. Morgan, composing the firm
of Fellers & Morgan, to the National
Bank of Newberry, S. C., the under
signed as agent of said bank, will sell
all the stock of goods, wares and mer
chandise consisting of lhats, shoes,
men's furnishings and store fixtures,
as well as many other aticles of mer
j,chandise belonging to said flLm of Fel
lers & Morgan, on December 16, 1911,
at 12 o'clock noon, in the storehouse
recently occupied by said firm, at 1206
Main street, in town of Ne'wberry, S.
C., to satisfy the debts secured by said
*mortgage. The terms of said sale will
be cash. The goods, merchandise, fix
tures, etc., will be sold in bulk.
M. M. Buford,
Agent for the National Bank of New-'
berry, S. C.
Newberry, S. 0., Dsc. 2. 1911.
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from the railroad. Price $1,500.
160 acres, one mile of Arkadelphia,I
improved farm, all cleared, $3,000.
j86 acres improved farm, two miles
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560 acres cut over hardwoodland,
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C ~ THE DIAMOND BRAND.A
As o. ih7fTE
Our big store
perience of man;
have gathered t(
best sources tha,
resenting the b
Glove inNebery we nav ln
Kid ~Gloves ck Qaity.n clr
S$oe treo r fur p eoper.k
pr esn issoes ha nd-ll e 1g
layo Caps, hall olors anglvs thfe2
btr e. Wehice th mos p-to
Glos Newbery wthav clor,ga
Khita Gloesin black, hiti and Tor
$0to c . 0 pai.
100Aviton Shaes 48ll tE
Buttn,iRssia an isoes. hand-m lde
Idti m ined h oiue thi bi -
Chrtmein Rbbond h s, ati ofanua
pl hamveme to redu tits big ti
time when our sale prices are in force.
is full with all tho
y years of succes
>gether for this 3
t could be made i
est values possib
Sale Tailored Coa
This brard new stock of
possible time. It's not a (
we can turn this stock into
Lot No. 1.-160 beautiful Su
}all sizes, Suits worth $
.Lot No. 2.--100 Ladies' all
$22.50, and $25.00, to
Lot No. 3.-A lot of all woo]
$27.50, $30, and $32.54
C. -Stylish Long Coats.
We have 'em in all colors at at:
pric'es. We have everything that-i
Sstylish in Long Coats. -A .Coat or Suii
from Mimnaugh's is what every lad3
wants. Hundreds of new Coats her4
to select from.
$4. 98, $7.49, $9.98 and $12.49.
Greatest Rug Yalue:
a lady a Just in time when wome1
t, for no ing up their hdmes, or give
more the never-to-be forgotten Chris
~e ineof Rug offer. Never before a
at fron1 , such low prices.
roo beautiful Rugs worth $
- roo beautiful Rugs worth $
50 beautiful Rugs worth $3
e - 50 beautiful Rugs frorth $3
g thread One lot 9 x 12 Art Squares
ent color half price.,
~~~ All Sorts of
[so special -Towels for Sideboard or
affeta, re. Chair Backs or for Wash
both plain and hemstitched
- -- 98C. and $1.25
GO Pretty Para
)air $3.49 A good Parasol is another
hoe stock to be appreciated. We h;
ry. Peo- black, gold and silver hand)
-saving nish. Prices range $1.oo,
$2.98, $3-50, $4.00 and $5.c
re Open Every Night
e newest things;
sful tradinq to
ear's holiday se
he offerings to),
e in holiday mei
t Suits, Coats, Fu
Ready-to-wear garments must he
luestion of how much we can ma
cash. No better gifts than thes
its, Odds and Ends, no two alike
!.50, $15.00, and $18.00, choici
wool,. hand madeu Suits, wortl
be closed out this week at only
,and made Sd actually sold
, choice this week for only..
Furs, a Christmas Presenti. 2(
They are beautiful and comfortable i
and taken care of will last a life time. tifa
We have up-to-date Furs in Neck lot
Pieces, and Muffs. that we sell separ- $8.
ately or as match sets. Prices range fovr
,$1.98 up to $25.00.
are thinking of fix- We sell m<
some one a lasting, than all the st<
mas gift comes this are proud of ti
ere uchrugssol at have hundrede
*er suh rgs oldat select, and
Beat last wveek~
2.co, sale price $T.29 better values y
250, sale price $1.49 people we'll di
o0, sale price $2.49
.50, sale price $2.98Ba
tbe closed out at
________- __ mills of North
I 1 o5 pairs all-wc
Bureau Scarfs, for 6oo pairs all-w
Stands, pure linen, .blue borders, s
at 19, 25, 39, 49, 75, 200 good heav:
isols. The gift ti,
Christmas gift sure them at Mimni
we 'em w ith plain est and prices t
es that will not tar- Beautiful TI
~1-50, $1.98, $2.50, prices: 25, 39,
o. Napkins to ma
Until Nine O'clock.
with the ex-i
quide us, we
1inq from the
d of here rep- |
rs and Skirts. I
reduced in the shortest
ke now, but how quickly
e could be had.
s $20.00, $ 9 A
for $25, $16.50
0 Beautiful Panama Skirts
Vill 1>ut on sale this week 200 beau
L Panama Skirts, not a Skirt in the
worth less than $6.50 and -up to
50, take 'your choice here this week
>re trimmed and untrimmed Hats
>res in Newberry combined. We
s big popular department. We
of stylish Hats from which to
note new Hats on the way.
.'s selling record. If bigger and .
vill have any force with thrifty
ikets and Comforts.
Lkets direct from Elkin woolen I
o1 Elkin Blankets with pink, and
, sale price - - - $2.49
ool Elkin Blankets with pink and
ale price - - , - $3.98
comforts 98c. and $1 49 each.
Give Linens. I
at is so much appreciated. Get
mgh's where stocks are the larg
able Linen at special holiday
49, 69, 98c., and $1.25 yd., with E
tch very piece of T.inen.