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Dry Goods c
trade the gn
4rain is bringing
Sion from the pt
close prices, anc
rule to divide pr
great cash expe
That is right, ifa
25 dozen Ladie;
ever brought to
to my store.
O/ stl1 'Ea11
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
T A I' E CONVENTIONS OF
t Wi Lidge will be held the 2nd
and rth llay nights of each month
at 8.30. Visi'ing Knights cordially
wrlcomiedl. Tl'iUS. I'. F PTING,
K. of . and S.
Crotwell lotel Building
f urehanto to ays e pore
OThaon tiadsy rigms, secre
etato m y to ren,Hut. lu
Kighs c adfo Phis
Ne abmy ogeN.75
l irnt are uged wito ed the 2hil
Id nit t e oipen igit '.l'rus tees
ut&8.30. \iiIjg K ihscril
li bagais i Kn . an si h adrSs
good YOnst, eve money on --ouar
faito re. s: ot "yn' usisoe
bta i, s., on hi)'ge thil -wpoed ra
mete, Applmmoint, - o, in
ber 6-h.I'Ie wily be - -ll
ih po shonl aterav Aaem
If yur et hnokr Urja'd 1 sis i otc .:edhg I
Ir.. . W. hieeg ha ovdintos
new qu tarters,i t,be or alt sty Ijccuiteds
by Mr T . Q V *oze . 4. i n h
sameh linen will he ldt; ev i
iustofesiCall n see him, . -'Iis
An y n a ltO scho)olk E cin,-' i Td
The annuall' elect,donsupon the ques
tin of. t,he asse st and levytof the
ticwo-il ax fo the puoe oref~ c l,e
Nh erry ' Grad e . schools r theen
sautine yand will e helad ato te court
Ct?t) F ooI i Cangett t P ion. ii
Putreyigfood in ltheittes r r -
the ltisnocloged i bowels, goo(18l,
atil"iy nelss, doe IInothe,y Fevers,youal
tOnely 5 t l.rugs
Five andi T4eini, Cenit Stor,.
Wl'e adirect,atetion It.o ti ( tnnCne
tilt of the iveSIlOl an d e y ofn tore
twi ti eao o the p y'e thear
ailwn mea y ah, wilbped atiecurty
a on chidry tien,'from summerfcom
10 rbusn, toramp , ec., n vr n
ough tokno ht a to andispOedy
c,uranealy be fobintaeinet byte takin
ene t eevey h a .sor l f ouri . C ott never lt
falvs-'Avid su1111bottuel thrr la but.
Onlye at-aller Prr ya is'.Prc
f . und3' 003'uiyt iy~ od
-ash in one h
:enter of the
us new goods.
;ople: "Just look
I you know adva
'ofits with our trc
riences, we prop
Take your fingE
3r man can't be a
8, 10, and 12 1-2<
' Street Hats 25
V'tRIOUM AND ALL AIt;ur.
Mr. U. C. Flynn is now out agai
aftert a protracted sickness.
Mr. J. Claude Dominick has it pos
tion with the Newberry branch of lh
Southcrn Oil Mill Comlaniy.
8. 1, Jones has an important, notie
in this issue for housekeepers. Refe
to th advert.ising columns.
Rev. R. A Child, presiding elder o
the Cokesbury Di)strict, preached in thi
Central Methodist church Sundai
The second primary to elect a con
gressnan from the Sevunth District t(
succeed the late Dr'. Stokes is being
In the list of teachers andi assignment
of grades in our last issue the fifth
grade, taught by MIiss Nannie Pool,
was ini some1 way omitted.
The C. &. G. S. Mower Company will
hiave their anniual fall opecning of miilli
niery on Fr'iday of this week. The
lad1 ies should not, forget thiIs date.
The friends of IPresidet t Cromeri
will be glad to know that he2 conti nues
to imipr'ove and that the c'ollegec will
open next Tedywit.' Jut, inter
I lhe ,truct,,re of I-lhe Stand ard (il (o,
n-ar 'br: S mtihierni raiilroad behind t he
o ar tan. TlI ' Ih uibig forn ry v herec
n- recently buiirnedl.
A r a eusion via the (I., N. & L .an
S A. L~ to Atlanta will he inn on next
Mfonday. the 30th. The fare for the
round. trip is onily3 $2.00. Tr'iain will
leave New her ry at 9.30 ia. m.
Mr. H. ( . Lor'iek who has beeni at
tending a hbuiine,s college at Nash vi lIe,
TPenn.. is in the city for a few datys.
He has been elcete1i to teach school
at J1enk insvilleI and will leave in a few
days for that p)lace.
W, C. TU. U!.
Will meet this (Tuesday) afternoon
att 5 o'clock in the MIethod ist, ehu rch.
A p)romipt and ftull attentdance is miost,
TIhe ladies of the A. it. P'. chunr'h
will serve 1li ubc in the NIowe r (Comn
pany3's shoe store Friday, Septemb er' "7,
openinig day. Tlhey wtill he glad( to
have their friends call on them.
Itecipec Books will also be for sale.
The Miol lohon M1anu fauoring ('o.
le.- the 'on tract 0n Satursday' for the
will be commteniced this week. The
company already hats a greater partt of
the brick on the ground and mouch of
t,be gratd ing has heeni done.
The bids for the treet ion of the hlh'
ing ranged fr'om $50,000tt to $bl1,1 00 anid
Mr'. Gr'anidy was awarded the contract
at $50,000. lIe hias had harege experi
ence In mill building.
Mi's. IHeeder widow of the late Ab
ner I teeder dIed yetsterday' morntinig at,
the advanced age oif SI year's.
l)ied on l"riday, Septenmber 20h, in
(ant, datughter of M r. and Mr's. Aug,t
DanIelson of West lnid , a d licee
mont,hs. Inatermient at Wetst Iidd S.tt
I--- -- ---
and and the1
East and not
gation of up t
I can show you n
at that ! What v
Lde, that's what h
ose not only to h
rs and count the
leader, let h.m bE
3., your choice for
and 50c., worth
't buy your fall o
i M. A. C. Jones is spending a fe
day s at homne.
- Mr. 1. P. Johnson has returned froi
e a visit to l)onnalds.
Mev. Andree left Sitnday for a visit t
a relatives at Leesville.
V Miss Eflie Sheppard, of Edgetield, i
visiting at Mr. 1. P. Griflin's.
f Mrs. S. J. McCeaughrin is visitint
relatives and friends in the city.
)r V. E. .Pelham returned on Sun
day from a trip to the nniountaius.
Miss Belle Williams, of Columbia, i:
visiting herc uncle, Mr. D). B. Wheeler
M ir. W. II. Suber and family returnet
to Newberry yest,erday.-Spartanburg
Mr. J1as. N. L"owles, Jr., of Columbia,
was in the city the last twvo days visit
Mi's. I"ellers, who has bec n on an
extended vilsit to Columbia, returned
MIr. Robt.. Norris left Satur'day f<r
Monticello, where he~ will teach in thc
Mrs. 0. K lettuer wont to Columbia
l"ridayv to attend the funeral of her
uncle, NIr. Julius %>bejl.
Dr. J1. RI. Thompson and daughter,
Miss MIairy. have ret urned an fr'omecx
tended visit, t,o Glennm Springs.
Mr. Prank D., Mlover left. yesterday
to hegini his cou rse' of medicine at the
University or Pen nsylvanmia.
Rev. S. 'T. Ilallman, D). ID, who has
b)eeni On an ext.ended tour' of Virginia in
the interest of the Lutheran Visitor,
returnted to the city Saturday.
Miss .Jessie Summer, who wvent to
ILexingtoni to at,tend the funeral of
her uncle's, Mr. ID. I". Ifird's, little
child1(, ret.ur'ned home Saturday.
MIr. Mlose D). Hiulet left yesterday to
fi nish his course of p)har'macy at the
M aryland College of Pharmacy.
Miss Lilly Grillin loft yesterday for
IElizabeth College at Charlotte. Mr.
Eiugenie A. Grmilflini, her brother, went
wvith hemr to (Charlotlte.
NMr. II I'. Jlohnsonim, who has been at
tend inmg the s u mimr school here, left
Thrdyfor (Coh' hia,. wVhere lie will
ntrteSonuthI Ca .lina College.
I\iss J1eatnc l'lhamn, in comipany withi
Mhiss Carrie J1onies, MIiss Myra Mower,
M iss antie Hill, left, today to aittendl
lie l''mesby taerianu C ollege for Women.
MIr. Bar tow Copelanod of the lirnm of
(Coapelial n' trs. retouined fr'om thme
No rth on laast Saturdalay ni ghlt, w here
he lhas beeni to buiiy hiis lall 'toek of
MIiss Sara (Ch andlher, of Tlennmess.e,
wVhot lhas bn teachinig in the sumnmer
sicho ol, leaft Ici Monay for S pat'r tnhurg,
NM iss I' na Gibson, one oif the teachem.rs
ini thei city sc.hiool,. hast arived( in the
ciyfo Newhe~'rry'. She is stoppu ig
at r. . 0 i:.s n'sSouth ('hurebi
sti'eet Spar'ttanbait' lIerad. ' ..m
I 'rof. S. I, l 'owe'll, who, with his
family, has ben ,enin ig tIhe simnner'
in Ge~ttysbuirg, Il'a , has rcturne'd to
Ne'wl'-er'y ti r'came his duties' as pro
fc''cor in rthe Nc'wh'errty( ollege. Mrts.
['owellI and lit tle son will return later.
mowing of oL
a stone have
o date Merc1
iore goods than
vill they do with
with us means r
as given us such
old our own, but
a follower. ThE
only Sc. per yar<
not less than one
utfit until you se
v A meetiig of the citiz'ns of N
berry will he held on pritlay. SeptI
u bet' 270;, at 10 o',clc a. m in
opera house, to hear the rpIort, of t
board of trustees of the Nrwbei
G rade'd schools.
F'our trustees will be elected at th
To iJ. Ite at WVi,iilmatrt.
Dr. I ". )uckett, of ('I verd a le, Al
its decided to locate at Whitmire, A
county, for the pr'actice of his prift
siou. )r. Duekett is a youn;g ma,, b)
has had ]'omiOetn ot twelve yecaa' e
p)CrieceiC it his choseni priofe'siot. I
is related t,o the D)uckett in th is count
Often chilIdtren ar tortur ed w t h itel
ing andit burin g eezema attd oft her ski
diseases but Rutiken's Arntien Sal
heals the raw sores, expels iilat
nmtion, le'aves the sk in wit htouit a ie
. leant, fraigratt, ceap, there's n o salh
on eath as tzood . TPry it. Cur te guatrart
teed1. Ounly 25e at all drutggists.
T1he Columbia, Newbertry and La aure.
trailtroatd wvill runII One of the chteape
atnd the last ex curision of the seasont
Atlat-t next Monday, 30th. The fi
an ie ieopruiyt iifor' the round tr'ip is wnly two dollai
Gate Cit,y of the SouthI. Pot' detani Ii
in formatIon itnqire of t he agen it.
Thiotiuants sent Intot Iil,
Every yn ar a lairge tn tlitber of' po
sufl'erers whose ltungs are sort' ani
racekedl withI coughs arte ure toLi go I
atnother elImtate. I ut I t his is etist 13y a t
tnot al ways sure. Don'it bI e an exil
whlen D r. Kin g's New D)iscovery fo
Conump~ tion will enure you at hiotu
It,s the most In faibl mIte ied ieinie fe
Coughs, Cioldis, and all 'lThr at ain
Lung diseases otn earthi. TIhie first (11*
brintgs relief. A tountd ing cuires re(sti
frotm persistet, use. Trial bit ile fi
at al 1(1rugglst . Ptrice 500 and( $1.00. I
The tnets are maitde without folds .
perfect vent ilationi to thie sleeper.
FIVE REASONS WHY YOU
1st. It taffordls th host vent ilation,t
wit houit folds or cross sticks; t he hot
froe fromt folds Otn the sidos5 tattl foot
till the vacunti.
2ntd. It hiadles the nort, by releasi
spri :g artms carry th nt rot t.o a plirpomt
:5;. T1heu bed1 ennt be rolled to tan
ot her putrp~os.
4th. It is the only not in use t hat
bautifuilly OtnIl Ithe had bioard ats ia I
5thI. A cdhibl cant work it. 1t'
*~~~ aiJjA JVLJ.)L'j11 G'i.
r business in t
we left unturn(
iandise ever sh
any two stores in I\
so many goods!"
noney in the pocke
a hold on the peop
to grow in the ma
have adopted my
:n some one else wi
1. 100 bolts of Stan
dollar. The finest 1
e our line. Just foll
Two Negru('K (aiigIi
w- Iiiirv Wiilliam, charged with v%I(
mI- i Iation of contract, for whom warrtr1n
he has been out silice j Jin, l'00, was
ie callIt, ahout fifteen milts ahi ve N w
ry hQrr y on SeLldy cveninrg by Stiheril"
s Sheriff I;aford lS( caIpture<l on I
u IIIday n ar (;odville, in I,aurcns
('ounty, I)avv ('tldwell, ch trged with
l1T r ite Y on.
e he yurepam
yorgodmny o r
e icesofaparl wh o
d~ buy whr o r uet
shTow Ftyour any.
i ght in oe ayo
gA \Va o w. n
what yo h ayc fo otsqar
air radily e ps and1V te not ing
of boed co anr nveasi rhsi to
ng t h yo - t he foto they';rte
iar poition. agan tevr eay, bo r.
en ct ai do s onf t) a11( w ino- miilg e
ar rnoa byOCaO,attont eg
o )( oarelyre nto
. 1 f I
hie other, I visited the great
d in securing for our fall
own in Newberry. Every
ewberry combined. 'he expres
Remember, large purchasers get
ts of oulr patrons. Its Mimnaugh's
le; and by the cornbinec efforts of
gnitude and favor with the pur
plan since I came to Newberry.
Il follow him. 40,000 yards Ern
dard Calicoes for 3 l--2c., worth 5c.
ine of Dress Goods and Trimmings
ow the procession and you will get
New Fall Guod,s m j n E' ,very Day at
We will have for this Fall and Winter one of
the largest and best selected stock of
DRY GOODS, DRE, 3 GOODS,
CLOTHING AND SHOES,
that will be shown in Newberry or any town in
the State of South Carolina, and we mean to
LEAD THEM ALL IN STYLES and LOW
PRICES. It doesn't make any difference
whether it is a Nice Dress, a Suit of Cloth.
as, a Pair of Shoes, Shirt or H-at you want,
10n't buy it until you see our line. We will
3how you the Best Styles and sell them to you
Yours to please,
_ _COPELAND BR S.
re you ever troubled with the vex ig thought
"What Can I Get to Eat?"
Ho, a~ glanie at is ad. ( wvill perha1ps reieve~ ' you 'uorowhat. It will cer
inliy dIi mct you to ai(~J co pletoi stoelt of H ucha troods1, h ot h funey anud staple,
you use obvery duay. WVe haIvi just recei ved
PINE APPLE ULNW;SE,
FULL GRE~AM CHNESE
CREt.AMV OF WHEA'T.
O u r line of Cannedw leish an d M oats ' i nwt .w asd biy any.
otted Chicken, Potted Trkel.(y, Potted Ham,
Veal Loaf, Ham Loaf; L.unc(h Tjong~u, Jollied
Hocks, Chipped Bee, Corned Beef Hash,
Corned Beef, Imp. S r'dinos, Salmon*
Sta, Barataria Shr'imp, De viled
Crabs, Vienna bausage,
W ii V tfulII (iof Catind I"riuitsH, IPieltIes, ( )Ii ves,T beCodm n
LI' OUllI JJ2NlJi l .1 (60 tT. PlEt POUND,
LY(it 'UlIIE118 00FFE E
11251, :30 AD :3:3 -:3 fiiT RPOUND,
I'ry to git nay thiung you need fr'.2 usi. if it is ini our lino we will be
ro t han h koly to hauvo it andu if we halve it it will on roly be first class.
S. B. JONES