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TIIE FIREM N'S TOURNAM IN'T.
Selnators TI ilh an1al anl(I M all rin i ll 1
n14 in NewIery dth'il t he 1i'('s11aY
towinalm,nt, onl the 6th (if Junev. jnitd"!.
inl!, froml r. (-en[t (-(Illnmun1ktie It s this
l l iost (1pportune tirne( for thle I W:Pt
1n,.1'1'ey ImII.y have to ttirln Oil L,he
hose,- Spartanbu-rg erald.
In thi sttvinlent The Iterald is
ini"takel. invitations werc extendetl
to lh1 "4i'nators Tillivan and 'NIO',au
vil,. tull Ills) to Gov. NlcSw-ncvllvy, but
Go th>vernor found it impossible to be
In'( 4 ,11 and as SeItator Ti I IIllI Wi ;I be
e at the coinileentit uif NeW
b ry (I'!'ge, hie alh I Ls) dM ileI. SUlIl
Illor Mel,a11rin, hiowvver, h,as ntecepteid
anlt invitit,ion to Ie with Is nItl will
m:ake an nadre,s.
Newlhrry is 1in"g to make the tU
liainent, a SUVCerz. :111d w- h1ope that atll
th(M- Llut of the "u4th who (,lil will
attend d141 (ntU' 11w raCCS. A "oo<l
l11:111y cmill'anlies ll\'v alrveady decjith'd
to vomue. WVe extend to ill i cordial
welcoine anid assilre thmiil that the IO
pin of Nwherry will do their hest, to
cintertain them and to make their stay
with us a hi)ppy one.
It only requires at groat disastvr
liko the dacksonivill lirt recently to
Show that 1m1ion still symiptIhize vith
and vill do all in thir power to holop
others who iro in trouble ind( dis
trOSH. Hlolief trains with supplies ilf
provisions havo been running fromn
tile neighboring towns ill Irl(oIndl(
into te 110hlles city', a a cm( mis
sary ost'ablished ind Iholisiinds of
hu111ngry people fod. '.elegrali Iav
been. received fromt ill over thocoun
try expresming deop sympallthiy andi
This big firo is not without its lIs.
SonS. It fibloubl tonela all our toiwnls
and citites to illow the hiilin (g of no
Wooden structie s in ti kho\erowdiid
intd businwSs pirtion (if town\v1. TheI'y
are dalnI g-rous aind likwly at anly ton,
to ropoilt the J aivksoilvillol dislister.
('amp (larlilgmt S. ('. V., in I,a
rons, onl Siturdiy 1 ilpted r .
tions aisking th Sta.a amp at it.,
nivoting in ('ohui11hill this w'l-k to
11011n0riailizeo w Ilitro at it.,
nevxt "vssion11 to bhid it IHonwl forI Ihew
obl Confodterate kohlivrs. In the
pramlible it is s - that they do
this because "for several yeurs ont,
or oro Cx ('tnfd('ritW soldiern (.f
o1r Conlity have boen driven by the
iniirllities of ago aind by dostitiutioi
to sook Olelor ill the hom1o for t1n
poor, I horo being four old soldiers in
tAllit. inlstitutionl at. this it ." For
hii,i roson and mainy ot.hor rosoi
tie- ptition thn Stato1mp "to
nIiOmOrIlizoe t ho State L egislat re, at
its neoxt. session, It( provide, by ap
propriato0 le'gislaition, for thle estabii.
lishmeont lit some4. suitalolt place ini
tho Stamt.o, ai homo for thoso soldiors
and1( saiIlrs of t he war between t he
States wiho by r'onsoni of inlirmnit ies
oif ago, or wh'1o by renson of: disabhil -
ity from wonlsd or othier caulses,ar
unablo)1 to earn'f ai support anld w~ho
aire dest ituto an~td helpless." Canmpj
Giarlington is working in the right
directioni, and if this malltter' is put
before the niext Logislatuare ini the
right way3 we (10 1not, beolie thoe
will bo aniy tr'oubI(o in getting tho
Home built. At least thoro should
Estabulshi a~ Homo for Itho SoldItoro.
Editor lierald and News:-I sco 3an
cditoial in your 18ssu0 of the4. 3rdt ist.
In favor of a home for the Confederate
soldiers. The h10mo1 should be estabi
Jished at the-next session of the legis
laturo3. Therc:are no0w t~wo Coilfeder'
ate soidicira bn'thc:coiunty home of this
county. Ono of those ill got a pen3.
sian that will help himl 80ome. Th'lo
other 'could not"gct a living witness to
sign his application on account, of' the
rigidity of the law. I do not thin11k the
law too rigid in ref eronce to the amouit
of propert,y owned0( by the applicant, but
I do think, wvhere a man13 was knowni to
be In the Confederate army atnd has1
nothing to lIve 0on he should be given a1
penlsion. Those who oiwn no0 priopert.y
anld are nlot able to work could bo-put
in a Confederate home andl taken care
of. Tihe State of South Carolina can3
never pay the 01(1 soldIers for what
they did for ;tho State. H-ow rap)idly'
the sold icr boys are painig way. It
will not be long untIl the last roll call
will be answered. Tfhese sold iers stocd
4, f>ur years with their faces to the foo
not only.flghting the North, but the
hirelings of the world. When ovor
*~. .,.~-..powered by neumber's, came back to
broken up homes and desolate firesides
and took up the burden of life as no
sIlers of tihe world has over done be
fore. It is true that there are a lot of
positions the old soldiers could flli, but
the flat has gone forth. Old soldierre to
~ ' the rear.
So lot the State estabish a home for
the old soldier. It will not, cost a great
deal of money and can be sold and the
purchase money be put back in the
treasury before many years.
W. G. Peterson.
Highet market price pa,id for wool.
if 3. 8. Wooten.
THE FIREMEN'S TOURNAMENT
IT 5'1i)MiSi TO iE, A (iiCAT SUUCiSS
IN EViENTS AND ATTENI)ANCE.
The iMalireio (live s!m aittory Iciittet nriti
tile Crowit Wi' ll 1111 ilor-Com3
miltep at MWprik--Com
The In1ters'late Vohi nteir li-reimen's
''ournatient to ho lield .une 6t anld
Ith promI-i sCs to be a 8u0css inl 2v''y
A joint mnecting of all the committees
wa-, lieil a1 few evviings ago, and the
report, from ch14-1 coillmittee was en
I."lItrS hat16-e receiv'd fro1 s(veral
Cm01pai-4, whicbi gocs to -Ahow that
there will he a large number of wit
nes, alid tIle contests Will be closeC
hlle holne teain IN IrIcticinlg C%(vI'y
aftcriloonl and the boys are getting in
good : hape to cnlttu' th gold.
A, will be seen froiin the following,
tihe railroads will oflr satisfactory
rates, antd this alone will bring the
T k l, 1 i ., TES,
Soithern l'assenger Asmo'n,
Olice of the ( aiirian,
Atillna May 4, 19m1.
.Josephl l"'i-hardkonl, (ChairmanIII.
(l'lease refer to lile 80(62.)
Special) (ca.ion: -1 nterstato Iiremen's
Tournament, Newberry, H. C., Ju1ne
- 6, 191.
Mr. 11. It. Wells, Newberry, S. C.
Dear Siri: -In replying to your favor
of .\ pril .St., also to yotir postal card
of lay 3rd.
I- hike plelasure in hiindinlg you hoere
with it copy of Circular No. S. 1'. 798
timoncing reduced rates to Nowbelrry,
. ., ack-ounlt of cealioll albov speci
hied. A copy of tie circul hias h beenl
ent to aill lines In tLi, State of South
('arolina, who will, no doubt, be gov
11,t-l tliei'ihy ill icketing fromt their
si't,14i liCHA. DSON.
The unesge aebeen requesieted
ihe AcIliC ('.ia1t ILice lIailroa l,
( lt'H.rb to l l \ esctrn ('arolina Hiil
\%ay. I 'hiit, System of ltiilwaiys, South
e;n 1.i'ilwav, to anllioclnce the following
I'utMi trip rates to Newberr*y, S. C. and
r' - 21 from i ll points within tile S tte
of Suith C'aroia, including Augusta,
( :. aoiccunt of occasion icove spec. -
For i-iuividuls-a I'ite of o-first
ebs f:it for the roui trip.
I Pir l lo'ieii andt lra-s Bhands inl
u i iforil, ti 10) or. ilore oi ounk ticket,
i rate cof oite I ) cent pll mile in eael
direct,ioi plus 10 per cent per capiti.
'he following per eapita rates oin this
basik will govern fromc1 jtcltional points
Fol' EI n tto.lFroili ~R to.
Ahbeville ........$ 1 ('oltII ia.. .9 5
A Id eroi ........ 5 'eeiville 1 50
A114-stia, G:. ...11 Geellwood.
Caliic.......... 6 c 1,11t-ics.
C'harlestoii .... . iugebcrg.... 2 k5
Cher Iui.w.. ......tc~Satllc g. .~
'Picets resi-ite5 to aurens......c . 70S
Ii na I Itit 1 .on , 1h'a lie bu rg... I u'5a
clad.fonispao r.anhurg.. .e..
i cetsl retcte cnt.o ino s orplas
Iaged ilcactho d ireiyt baesd-Juneo
4 and fo tralI in cdle fo arivs a
elad ormens nt rauired. e rns
Thl contraIctCn llcuosfec
only fr FiroCompa i andirass
(liandsgq .rellingi ic i unifos. (3ee
T.Iho writer' hacs bceen absent from
y(our ('iclums for somel time~i, oni autit
ocf siekiiess, (lit.ing whlich time many
iteiis of interest havo tranispired, but
whcieh are ncow of too remcoto a diato
All the early planting of cotton has
boon or will be to plant over. Cotton
seedl are very scarce, one of our farm
orsc offer's somce at 60 cents1 peCr bushol.
Shall thce farmiers in Newborr'y County
pay 0) cents5 por bushel for seed with
tho possibiliity of five cents for cotton
per pound next fall.
There was a mad dog killed Oin Mr.
Amos Caid well's place quito recently.
The creek hias been out a secondl
time, and tore uip the bridge which has
110volr bcen replaced which is very in
convenlent for the 1peopl1.
Fire broke out yesterday whil Mr.
L. A. Boozer was burilng off lis now
grouind, and iiade rapId head way, con
suming a par't of Mr. Chesley Hunter's
Health of the communIty is very
good. Bomeo have had grip, but glad to
say have recovered.
Mr. Blluford Bhuzhardt's baby had Its
finger crushed very badly last week
by a door blowing shut on it.
MIss Nain Hunter Is spendIng a foNy
days at Prosperity with her sisters.
Mlsses Ida and Mattio George vIsited
MIss Ellie CousIns last weoek.
Mrs. Rcbecoa CousIns spent Thurs
day with her son, Johmnnito, glad to see
her out again 'after a battle with the
Mr. Newton R. Lester has rebuilt his
shop which was burned dtown some
time ago. . --*
Sleet was a generally prevalent the
14th of A pril, it fell bora alo
Best wishes for the florald and News.
May 4, 1901. Verona.
Nothing resorte~d, everything goes
from now on at FlIynn'a Cast Store. 1t
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RlOF". SE'ZI.EIL WINS ANOT11EI 'ItIZE
Ait)MI,,g the Third i, it Very slort Tiauo
and Will 'roibly Win tiho Fou1rth,
Tiho8o Wio S,pok aound Thoir
We note with pleasure the success of
'rof. E. It. Setzler since his entrance at
the Uiiiversity of Virginia last fall, and
we quote as follows from the Charlottes
ville Progress of May 4th.
"The Virginia State Inter-Collegiate
<)ratorical Contest lield at the public hall
of the liversity of Virginia last even
itig resulted iii a victory for Mr. V. B.
Setzler, the 'niversity of Virginia repre
The coitest was one of the very best of
the many that have been held since the
orgaiization of the association. The ora
tions of the other college representatives
were excellent ;in preparation and deliv
ery and se: .ed by their excellence to be
stow greater honor on the winning orator.
Probably the best orations besides Mr.
Setzler's were those of Messrs. 11. M.
Roberts of Ifampden-Sidney College and
L,ee G. Crutchfield of Randolph-Macon
College. Poth of these orations were
good inl uotitents and delivered excel
"The hall was well filled when the ex
ercises began. The audience was repre
sentative and appreciative, as shown by
the frequent applause which greeted the
eloquent addresses. When the decision
of the judges was announced by Capt.
Mlicajah Woods of Charlottesvil'e, the
studeits on opposite sides of the audi
toriumn gave the college yells until the
"Mr. Setzler has added another to the
long list of honors attained by himj since
lie entered the University last fall. He
is the witner of the Washington Society
orators' and debaters' medals, of the joint
oratorical contest of the Washington and
Jefferson societies and of the State Inter
Collegiate Contest. His essay on the
"llall of Faine" in the January issue of
the V'niversity of Virginia Magazine
showed great strength and will probably
be one of the winners in the contests for
the Magazine medals.
"The following are the speakers and
I. Mr. 13. It. Shiveley--Washington
and Lee University-Subject: "The Real
2. Mr. R. A. Stewart-Emory and
I lenry College-Subject: "The liman With
3. 11. M. Roberts--Hampden-Sidney
College-Subject: "'Shall Our Laurels
.1. Mr. L. W. Hluddle-Roanoke Col
ege-Subject: "Men Wanted."
.. Mr. E. It. Setzler-University of
irginia-Subject: "The South The
lome for the Poet.''
6. Mr. Jas. W. Durhani-Richmond
ollege-Subject: "The Triumphs of
7. Mr. Lee G. Crutchfield-Randolph
Macon College-,Subject: "The Virginia
lhi Velvet ileani a Falure as a Field Crop.
E.ditor Herald and News:-I 8ec that
Kline 0. Varn, of Fort Meade, la.,.
has an article about velvet beans. I
htave tried them for~ two years and find
them a failure for this part of the State.
TPhe agricultural deopartment sent ma a
pacLkage of seed two years ago. I plant
ed thtem in A pril, got a .good stand but
the vines wei-e spindling and were not
anything like ats luxutriouts as pea vines.
'The vines bloomed but rllpened no seed.
A few seed were lanIted arounmd an old
hog pen. They wcere very luxurious,
butt failed to ripen a single pod.
Last year I dug a trench around the
piazza and made it very rich and plant
ed the beans. The made a splendid
shade and perhaps ran twenty feet.
They bloomed well and hung with pods
andl J was in hopes the seedl would ma
ture, but wvhen frost came I did not
have a single ripe bean.
Mr W. W. Spearman, of SilverStreet,
tied'( them and1( they even failed with
him. Mr. J. R. Spearman tried them
but obtained nto ipo beans. I considler
them an entire failure as a field crop,
but a nice round for arbors, etc., when
the hand is made very rich.
WV. G. Peterson.
Longehoro, S. (I., May 5, 1901.
The County Teachera' Asmortatton.
The next meeting of the association
will be held Saturday May 11.
Greek Education is the subject as
signed for' study by the class in the ils
tory of Education. T1hte following p)ha
ses of the subject will be considered:
The social organization of the Greeks.
T1he City, State and its influence on Ed
ucation-O(i Greek Education. T1he
Characteristics of the Greeks that de..
v'eloped its peculiar ideals of Education
-Spartan Education as a typo of old
Greek education. Athenian and the
change to the now education.
Greek education is discussed in Paint
er's History of Education; pp. 37-05.
Laurie's Pre-Ch ristian Education, pp.
Other books of reference in the
Teachers' Library arc Davidson's Edu
cation of the Greek people and David
son's Aristotle and the ancient Educa
How to,Teach Spelling will be dis
cussed by Messrs. McMlaster, John
stone, McFiaill and Daniel.
The influences which tend to improve
the moral tone of pupils will be die.
cussed by Messrs. Bland, Cannon and
It Girtdles the Globe.
The fame of Bucklen's Arniea Salve,
as the best in the world, extends round
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
of Cuts, Corns, Burne, Bruises, Bores,
Scalds, Boils, Ulcers. Felons, Aches,
Pains and all Skin Eruptions. Only
infallible Pile eure. 250, a box at all
STAT14E, OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
COUNTY OF NENWBIE'RRy.
By V. W. [lodges, Esq., Probate Judvgo.
Wil111AS A. G. \VISE MADE
suit to me to grant, him let
ters of administration of the estate of
and effects of A ndrew Bingley, dec'd:
'lhese aro therefore to cite am ad
mionish till anI singular the kindred
and creditors of the waid J. S. Ho
Wand, deceased, that they be and up
pear before me, In the Court of Probate,
to be hold at Newberry Court, House,
on the 17th day of Alay 1,ext, after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenloon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Adminletration
should not be granted.
Olven under my hand this the 3d
day of May, Anno Domlini 1901.
W. W. 110DOES,
J1. P'. N. C.
STATE OF SOTTH CAROLINA,
By W. W. Hodges, Esq., Pro'oate Judge.
W I-111EAS RH O D A W A TTS
made suit to me to grant hcr
letters of administration with the will
of the estate of and ofTcets of J. R.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said J. It. Watts
deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the Court of Probate, to
be held a, Newberry Court House, S.
C., on the 20th day of May next, af
ter publication thereof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this the 4th
day of May, A. D. 1001.
W. W. HODGES,
J. P. N. C.
The llook Store
is headquarters for
Writing Paper. We
have just received our
spring line of new pa
per, new sizes, new
tints, new designs, un
equa for beauty of fin
ish and quality. Our
assortment of box and
ream goods, tablets,
visiting cards and writ
ing paper was never so
complete. You cannot
afford to pass our line
when in want of fine
We also have the
prettiest line of Ham
mocks ever brought to
Newberry, at prices
ranging from $1 up.
Special attention is called to our
line of Base Ball goods. Tb-., inter
ested in ball playing will co well to
call and examine my line before buy
W. 0. MAYES.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUJNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By W. W. Hodges, Judge of Probate.
WHEREAS G. A. LANGFORD
and H-. 0. Reese made suit to me
to grant them letters of administration
.of the estate of and effects of Burreil
These are therefore to cite and ad
mon ish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Burreli M%. Reins
deceased, that they be and appear
before me in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House S.
C., on the 10th day of May. next after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in the
fore noon. to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
shoumld.not be granted.
Given under my hand this the 25th
day of April, A. D. 1001.
W. W. HODGES,
J. P. N. C.
We are now showing
newest an d most stylis!
Dress Goods, M:uslins, Piques, Gin
the lowest, considering the value:of t
We call special attention to our W,
and always have carried the largest I
the lead in this as our contemnporariei
time after time. The famous W. B.
We lead all others in our line of Hi
prices-Misses', Children's and Ladie
is full of attraotions for the ladies.]
We cordially invite a thorough ins]
IS manufactured from South Carolina
.culiar to us. If properly aired and
for years. It is perfect from a sanitary
covered with first quality ticking and
Entire satisfaction is guaranteed, alsolt
If Gaaler has it, buy fi-om him; if not
all delivery charges.
6 ft. 4 in.by4ft.O6in. 45,b
Ii El 8 eft.6 in. 85 lba
8 ft.O6 n. 30lbe
" "2 ft.O6in. 25 lbs
Polzer, 8. c. - Very truly your
V V O -JL-VA.AJL -A. , A '. *
In 1901 colorin
in the very late
and hang equal
Black and (
The kind that
dress, good foi
well as human I
A Neat, Sty]
Best product o
a complete line of the
goods tabe had in the
ghams, &o., &c., at prices which are
B. Corsets. We undoubtedly carry
ne in this city. We are always in
have been obliged to acknowledge
Dorset, the most popular in Ame'rica.
Osiery. We have gli sizes, styles and
Latest and most fashionable styles.
ection. Come and see us.
Mo wer Co.
cotton, pure and clean, by a process pe.
sunned it~ will remain in perfect shape
standpoint. The "Dexter" is alway a
fnished in the most approved style.,
send the order direct to us; we prepay
EV1IoHTS . RC
two pieces P1250
one piece 12.00
I. a 10.50
/XTERt BROOM & M!ATTRaES CO.
EION'0S C)ORRN k
. For Ten
in the Gity, i
NS! save money
SU Four Load
st fashion--worth $7,
md Chevoit Q
xilored to the top notch
to custom work, wortl
appeal to conservati
M business, good to
iands can finish--wort
ish, Dress Su
F the Best Makers--w<
,i more than
sad to Foot C
On every Casi
amount of $5, t]
Our offer is limiti
More goods for
That's your inc
your goods fron
The Fair and
~OTICE TO BRIDGEB Ei7jDEjM
or contract to furnishterial bod
reeing a stool bridge over Buh River
hiin. a ls o dfdesire bid for fur
end erection. The right is reserved
ecificati cnanbe eebain on
ee1rk of COUnty Board at New.
*.B INE. Supervies>r.
al cannot be found
f in the State-. A
-tunity for careful,
,sers who wish to
,rs that have no Rivalsl
perfect fitting, cut
of perfection, cut
ve men--good for
F SEEN THE
1 purchase to the
he BEEHIVE OF
's to give you one
adI to 30 days only
less mon.ey and
lucement to buy
Noico of Finel8~ettlement and Discharge.
N OTICE 18IEY GVN
mOn c"pon he,estate of James N. Lps*
toptori yor a final discha~rge as ad
J0. GOGGANS Clek