WFLCOMIE TO TPE C&NDlt) Tt .
The campaign party representing the
candidates for St te officers will be
with us today. We bid them a hearty
welcome and bespeak for them a courte
ous and patient hearing by the people
of Newberry. In many of the offices
our people are open to conviction as
they do not know any of the men who
are running, or if they do the acquaint
ance is very slight. The meeting, un
fortunately, is nearly a mile out of
town. Still the grove is shady and
pleasant and there will be room to
move about. As there are practically no
issues it is the more -important that our
people should meet and hear the candi
dates so that they may be able to make
an intelligent choice when they go to
cast their ballot.
Let every candidate have a fair
showing and a patient hearing.
The following is taken from the
Georgetown Times and shows the im
pression our candidate for the senate
is- making in the lower part of the
State. It is not only so in Georgetown
but in every county in which Col. John
stone has spoi rn:
The man who made votes by this trip
was Col. George Johnstone, of New
berry. Every one fell in love with him,
and he made many friends here. In
his op g remarks he referred. elo
Ypuenty to the lamented Gen. Mani
gault, and to his fight for the low coun
try while he was in the legislature.
Col. Johnstone is the most learned and
eloquent lawyer in the up-country, a
man whom they all delight to honor-a
man of big btain and generous, whole
Annonymous communications attack
ing personal character and private
affairs should find no place in reputable
newspapers even if it is for the pur
pose of injuring a political opponent. It
should not go in a reputable newspaper
if it is not annonymous. The public
and official conduct and record of a pub
lic officer is always a proper subject for
just and honest and fair criticism, but
when the criticism descends to low and
vulgar personality the respectable and
self-respecting newspaper will not print
it. Politics has gotten down on too low
a plane anyway. All good people should
use their best efforts to elevate it and
it can only be done by putting men of
character as well as ability in office.
The Congress which has just ad
journed made appropriations aggregat
ing $1,02,000,000. Of this amount
South Carolina received about $1,142,
000. This was divided about this way.
Charleston Exposition $250,000; public
building at Spartanburg, $60,000; at
Rock Hill, $50,000; at Georgetown,
$40,000, and at Florence, $100,000;
naval station at Charleston and yard,
$913,000; fish culture at some place in
State, $25,000., and $5,000 to pay claims
for damage done by volunteer soldiers
an Spanish war.
The Savings Bank publishes a state
ment in this issue for the quarter end
Sing June 30. The statement is a most
excellent one and showes the bank in
good healthy condition. It has efficient
and competent management.
We are glad to have with us, if only
for a day, Mr. J. E. Norment, the ver
satile correspondent of the News and
Courier. He has hosts of friends all
over the State and is chivalrous and
courteous and absolutely impartial in
his reports of the campaign speakers.
Barbecue at romaria.
We had the pleasure of spending a
half day at Pomaria on last Saturday
and meeting old friends and renewing
acquaintances. It is always a pleasure
for us to mingle with the people of the
county and especially of this section,
because itwas here that our childhood
and early sc:hool days were spent. We
feel like we are getting home again. It
has been four years since we had the
pleasure of enjoying a barbecue at this
place. It is a beautiful grove where
the cues are had and as cool a place as
you can find in these sultry days. When
we were there last the candidates for
Congress addressed the people in the
campaign four years ago. This time
there was one candidate for Congress
present, the Hon. Win. N. Graydon, of
Abbeville. We understand he made a
speech in the afternoon. The young
folks who like that kind of amusement
enjoyed the dance in the afternoon.
The county candidates were in evidence,
shaking hands. Solicitor Sease, who
with his wife, is spending some time in
the county visiting relatives, was on
hand, mingling with his friends. The
barbecue dinner was furnished by
Adam L. Aull, the meats being cooked
by Mr. P. B. Ellesor. It was a fine
dinner and much enjoyed.
Pomaria does not grow very much in
population, but there are four stores
Aull, Hentz & Co., Setzler & Co., Wil
son & Graham, and Mr. Jno. Summer,
and they are all doing a good business,
in fact, we believe this is considered
one of the good business points in the
The county campaign will open there
next Wednesday when another barbecue
will be served. E. H. A.
If a Mau Lie to You.
And say some other salve, ointment,
lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good
as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him
thirty years of marvelous cures of
Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns, Felons,
Ulcers, Cuts, Scalds, Bruises and Skin
Eruptions prove it's the best and
cbeapest. 25c. gt all druggists.
NRWBFR RY f 4T.LTe$&M INC )T.UMBIA
Pl I a ty r(0.amev. im t e - a:n of the
C'. e. vii - Wis O:ie, T.n.sewi One,
Tne 4 Other a 'Ale.
The Newberry ball team went to Co
lumbia on Thursday, where they opened
the season with the crack 0. G. R.
mills team of that city. The showing
of the team in the opening games was
all that could be expected. The first
game was lost on errors, the team play
ing together poorly. Simpson pitched
a good game. The p'aying of Holland,
Boozer and Mayes was the feature.
Score by innings:
123456789 R H E
Newberry-000003000- 3 6 5
O.G.R-302100320-11 3 3
Batteries - Simpson and McLeod,
Godfrey and Gunter.
Struck out-Simpson 10, Godfrey 5.
Base on balls-Godfrey 2.
Newberry took vengeance for the
game on Thursday in Friday's contest.
Fair pitched a good game, letting the
Columbia team down with only three
hits. Holland at short, Johnson at
second, Saylor at first and Boozer in
centre, played star ball for Newberry.
The batting of McLeod was up to his
usual high standard. Newberry played
a fast fielding game throughout. For
the 0. G. R. team Riley and Gunter
easily carried off the honors.
Score by innings:
123456789 R H E
Newberry-65050003 x-19 8 6
0.G. R-000202010-5 313
Base on balls-Fair 2, Odione 3.
Struck out-Fair 3, Smith 1, Odione 3.
The final game of the series was
played on Saturday, and a beautiful ex
hi bition of the great American game it
was. Eleven innings were played, when
the game was called on account of
darkness. Simpson in the box did
beautiful work. Several times with
three men on bases he sent 0. G. R.
men to grass in one, tw.o, three order.
Betsill and Godfrey did the box work
for the 0. G. R. team, Godfrey being
substituted in the ninth inning. Both
teams fielded and battied beautifully,
Newberry having a shade the best of
Score by innings:
Newberry- 20 0 1 0 0- 5
O. G. R-31 00 1 00 00 0 0- 5
Stolen bases-Newberry-12, 0. G.
Struck out-Simpson 8, Betsill 4,
Two-base hits-Newberry, White and
Cooner; 0. G. R., Childs and.Riley.
Passed balls-McLeod 3, Gunter 1.
Base on balls-Simpson 1, Betsill 2.
/ Examination for Teachers' Certiee.
County Superintendent of Education
Werts has received a letter from State
Superintendent McMahan in which are
explained the conditions under which
examinations of applicants for teach
ers' certificates will be held at the close
of the summer school. What they
make on the examination in the sub
jects taught in the summer school is
credited to them by the county board,
and they are further examined by the
board in other subjects upon which
county examinations are generally held.
The questions will be submitted by the
State Superintendent through the in
structors of the several summer schools.
The summer school examination papers
will be left with the county board, and
the county superintendent will deter
mine the certificate to be issued, whether
first or second grade. The report of
the instructors to the State superinten
dent will have no relation to the county
certificate matter, and will deal with
all pupils alike, whether they have cer
tificates or are applying for certificates.
Sound kidneys are satfeguards of lif e
Make the kidneys bealtby with Foley's
Kidney cure. Gilder & Weeks.
Of the GOndIlioR of the N~ei'ryT SaviRiS
Eank, Newberry, 8. C., at the lse of
Busiless Jnne 30. 1902, PuRlShed in
Coliformlity Withi ait Act of the Qeneral
Bills Receivable .. .. ..$177,602.07
Bonds... .. .. .. ....2,200.00
Furniture and Fixtures .. . 1,300.00
Due from Banks .. .. .... 6,984.59<
Collection Account. .. ..... 53.00<
Overdrafts Secured and Un- I
secured... .. .. .. ... 4,323.54 1
Cash on hand. .. .. .... 21,973.01t
Capital......... .. .. .. $ 50,000.00 (
Profits less Expenses Paid . 19,465.42 I
Dividends Unpaid 2,090.00
Deposi ts from
Deosits from In
Bills Payable .. .. .. ..15,000.00 j
Personally appeared before me, J. E.
and made oath that the above statement
is true to the best of his knowledge and C
belief. J. E. NORWOOD, C
Sworn to and subscribed before me this C
seetCa f uy 92
seenha C. TuyE, 02 . S. S
W.tt.stYREE, FOR S.] C.
BE. C. MTTEWS,
R O M A omuouro I"
WYATT AIKEN, OF ABBEVILLE,
is h r""hv anno(ur,-ed as a candi
Jare for Congress from the Third Con
..siol.O DisLrict, and is pledged to
bile the resul of the Democratic
W E are authorized to announce
Win. N. Graydon as a candidate
r ''rerrss from the Third Congres
o al Di.urict, subject to the action of
1), n cratic primary election.
11.O'WALLA, OF ABBEVILLE,
. is hereby announced a candidate
or Congresy from the Third Congres
;ional District in the Democratic pri
mary and is pledged to abide the result. .
>f the same.
G EO E PhL C. ESQ., OF AN
derson, is hereby announced as a
,andidate for Congress from the Third
,ontressional District, and is pledged
o abide the result of the Democratic .i
primary election. . I
I ANNOUNCE myself aR a candidate
for Congress in the Third District
<utject to the action of the Democratic
primary election. 4
E. M. RUCKER, JR.
DR. R F. SMITH OF PICKENS,
is hereby announced as a candi
late for Congress from the Third Con
ressional District, and is pledged- to
ibide the result of the Democratic pri
WTM. J STRIBBLING OF WAL
WVhalla, Oconnee County, is here- A
by announced as a candidate for Con- "
tress from the Third Congressional
District in the Dgmocratic Primary I
and is pledged to abide the result of the
For Sub Supervisor.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for Sub Supervisor for
Newberry County, and pledge myself ;
to abide the result of the Democratic
primary. J. M. NICHOLS.
CALHOUNSINGLEY IS HERE
by announced a candidate for
Suh Supervi-or and is pledged to abide
the result of the Democratic primary. I
D F. DAY IS HEREBY AN- I
B. nounced a candidate for Magis
trate for i'ownsnips Nos. 1, 2 an"d 8,
ind is pledged to abide the result of
rhe Democratic primary.
Election of Teacher.
A N rlec ion to fill the vacancy in
the corps of teachers of Bound-I
iry btreet school will be held on July,
11th, 1902. Salary $35.00 per month. t
Applications may be filed with the t
andf rsigned. F. N. MARTIN,
t&f 2t Sec'y Board of Trustees.
First Gr.sde Ter~h- r wanted for the
Tran wood Schbool. Salary $25 a month
for six or seven months; board $l to $8 i
m month. Applicants should send
,heir papers to J. B. Reagin, secretary.
The Patrons of the school will meet s
t the schoolhouse on Friday, July 18,, r
t 4 p m , ; o elect a teacher.
J. W. EPTING,
L. M. LONG, .
J. B. REAGAN,
Newbery. S. C,R. F.D. U
PPLICATIONS FOR TEACHER -
A for the Broad River School, No.
24, will be received by J. L. Crooks,
secretary, Craven Hill, S. C., until last
Saturday in July at 3 o'clock p. in.,j
when a teacher will be elected. Eight
months term. Further information .
funished on application.
W. B. Graham. 1:E
E. 0. Hentz.
J. L. Crooks.
Notice is hereby given that the
m.oks of subscription to the Capital
3t ck of The Bank of Prosperity, S. C., t
will be opened at 10 o'clock A. M on.
the 9th day of July, 1902, at the office -
af the Prosp rity S-ock Company in '
~he town of Prosperity, S. C.
GEO Y. BUNTER,
C. P. BOOZER,
D. D. LITTLE,
S. S BIRGE,
J. F. BROWNE,
A. G. WISE,
Prosperity, S. C'., July 7. 1902,
W E WILL RECEIVE APPLICA
tions for Dispenser at Newberry
mnd Prosperity also Clerk at Newberry,
s. C., on or before the 19th day of,
Fuly, at 10 o'clock a. m. Applications
nust be handed to either member of '
;he Board, and must be legally pre- -
J. R. SCURRY,
J. P. HARMON,
Members County Board of Control.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.]
3y W. W. Hodges, Esq , Probate Judge.
W HEREAS, HATTIE McCARTY g
made suit to me, to grant her Let
ers of Administration of the estate of
nd effects of Robert B McCarty,
The e are therefore to cite and ad
n.nish all and siungular the kind red and
reditors of thbe said Robert B McCarty,
leceased, tb.et tbey be and arpear be
ore me. in thbe Court of Prob4te, to be
ield at Ne wberry Court Houw, S. C , on
he 15th day of July next, after publicai
ion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
oon, to show cause. if any they have.
ry the said Aamninistration should
ot be granted.
iven under my hand, this the 34th
.. .] day of June Anino Domini,
2t W. W HODG ES, 3. P. N. C.
The Lad ies'Exohange
Mrs. R. C. Williams
-espectfully i n f or m sr
he ladies of Newberry
td vicinity that she
~as opened an Ex- ~
hange for the pur
ase or exchange of Ia- te
lies', children's and men's
econd hand clothing, and mn
olicits their patronage. Ie
Persons on business will
lease call at the E xchange, I
*rtelH tl is lo,l
rotweenl Hotel nfirs flo rl,
aturann A n m and 4.n. m. I n
OW IS THE
:he needs of ev(
:ude and offerin
my occasion N<
ind it includes every s
ind the Blue goods.
eduction in prices. V
Juction sale means th
ower down yet in a sp
ust half. You can't fc
Anotber Big Lot of extra Pants ji
at it is almost impossible to keep i
ever been offered before.
Our phenomenal selling in this de
igh character of the goods we hand
alues small amounts of money ever
2at our sales in Gent's Furnishings
10iwno sigei of abatement, uor wil
plenished and every belated purch
ver he comes. Our prices are the
We name just two specialties in
.dl the rest in keeping with their gi
~hirte just in for your inspection.
This Great June Reduction Sale
reatline of Straw Hats must also go
le mn Straw Hats up to this time. o1
ody was pleased with the splendid
our time to get a Straw Hat out of
ction Price. Never so early in Si
> cheap. Come before the sizes ar<
Come to the Great June Reducti,
ake you easy in mind. A good bi
e way Jamieson helps you have th
HEAD TO I
n large varieties fromr
cheap Stick Pin to a
INE GOL.D WATCH,
Call and examine my
tock before buying.
Jeweler and Optician.
['HLE EXAMINATIONS FONR TIlE
award of vacant scholar.-hip4 in
'inthrop Colle~z ad for m.. dn~
)unty Court House on Friday. .July
Aplicats mus~t not le less than fif
en years oif agr.
When scholarships are vacated after
tly 11th, thbey will he awarded to those
aking th2 highest average at this
a iatio .
The next session will open Septem
r 17, 1902.
For further inform .tionf and a cata
ue address President 1). B. Johnson,
C mnll S. . td
VERY. TIME to g
ese goods are wan
ig more attractive (
Ewberry has knowr
Sale on All
uit in the house in Men's,
fhis June Reduction Sale ;
Ve are pretty well satisfied
e closing out of the balanc
SUITS AT CUT PRICEC
ecial way. We have throx
il to get good values here
st received. We sell so many pants
ip the liNoe. Such values in pants have
ipartmEnnt is the best evidence of the
le, and also because it presents thbe best
secure I, and this is also the reason
have gone on with a vim and vigor that
it be, f>ir our stock is being constantly
user w :ll find am ple she'ifns when
owest aind our selections the best to be
birts, "International" and "Eclipse."
eat value. A new line of Ntgtige
in Straw Hats:
means, to', that the balqnce' of onr
like Spring Suits. We b'eve had a big
r line *vas carefully selected, and every
ateri -1, finish and good style. Now is
our gr eat line at thM Great June Re
aw Hat season have we ever sold them
i badi broken.
n Saik. It will be a happy~ way to
g saving of money in what you wear is
ings irnly pleasant these days.
TOOT CLOTHIER A
Before You Ca Away!
you want to :ee that
you have a - ood H air,(
Tooth, Nal: and Flesh
Brush in your trunk.
Nice line of Toilet S
Soaps, Sponges, Tal-I
cum Powders, Perfum'- C
ery, Toilet Waters and
all Toilet Goods. a
Our Pain Reliever2 fo
26i Promnpt atteton to phn r
Wil"1's Candies always fre dYIu
we-tt somh'. for Comn e-'me t. Au
Maves' Drug Stare,
Stock of Goods For Sale
*hE STOCK OF" GRJEIEmv.
L Famnily and Pl1,t.ijrin Si.pi
f th- jate Robnrt B3 ''CW iLf
* or enSsh and st ale HifK.
5 11m1' wIll be ee*( iv- a bo i) myI.Ii
~1 -w.i & Evrnum (of & Nr. 5. C
ii to Tu" day, July i 15th. 902. wh n .
bn wji be oJWnfld. The rhKt i,1 i
V I- to r:j- et anyV IJId all of saj hi
H AT1 PIE McCA RTY, an<
A iinistratrrix. te of Rob rt B
\;I Catty1 deceased. ant
et the season's ve
Led. It is the time
in clothing greate
)pportunity for sav
i. It is really a
Boys' and Children's Cloth
roes for TH I RTY (30) DA
with our Spring Clothing
e of our spring goods. Re
FOR THE THIRTY DA
TINCT RO wear
vn another lot of suits on i
with your eyes closed.
hildren's Clothing at
We wean jst exactly what we say. Ei
o go at wholesale cost. Now is your chan(
$5.50 Suits for $3.65.
$3 50 " ' $2.25.
S$1.65 " " $1.20.
Be in time. They won't last long at sn,
THE SHOE HOUSE I
Good Shoes! Fashionablo Shoes! Lov
Tod Shoes! A wbhl side of our big stoi
We are really what we climz to b)e, "The
We are chuck full of Shoe value~.s. We
>lease you in style and iun.ke your heaz
hoes down to the lowest possible buyers, hi
ootwear in the Great Jnue RWducad Sale.
This means that all our Ladies Oxfords
to't ItteLd to carry a bingle pair over to E
pil them. Here they go!
$3 00 Oxfords at $2 23.
$1.65 Oxfords at $1.18.
You will want Oxfords. The weatberi
t cost at Jamieson' s.
T JUNE REDUCTI
If $15,000 Worth of
This sale includes all o
ummer Shoes, Oxfords, SI
so big stock of Fancy Wi
We are overstocked on i
nd in order to reduce the
ne people of Newberry an
ly their needs now at
ACTUAL NEW YC
Don't buy any Shoss, slip
als, Fancy White Goods
ntil you have seen our sto'
~rices. It will mean a big
We handle only the be
oods, bought for Spot Casi
ad ing factories in Americ~
e Riser Millinery Company oFP
dirgthioniruie fH T wk1
ffrgthienielnofH T wek,
ITIM GSaCO T.ies. arun
ti thmh or hi fe.
I see them before buying. free.
ry best values
r than magni
ing more than.
ingexcept the Black
S. It is asweeping
sales, and this Re
I the cut price sale,
e putting the price
he job pile to go at
erything in children's clothing
;e to buy children's suits for a
$4.50 Suits for $3.25,
$225 " " $1.5.
$1.15 " " $ .80.
~h reduced prices.
Priced Shoes! All Kinds of
e lined with shoes.
Shoe House of Newberry."
can fit your pocket book and -
t glad in price. We always sel
it we now have sorne seasonable
Is at Cost!
tre to be closed out at cost. We
,nother season if cost prices will
$2.25 Oxfords at $1.65.
$1.40 Oxfords at $1.10.
intensely Oxford. Get Oxfords
E our Big Stock of
ip pers and sandals.
lite Goods and Col
:hese special lines,
stock we will give
>pportunity to sup
pers, Oxfords, San-.
or Colored Lawns,
:kand get our Cost
saving for you.
st makes of these
1, from the best and
nds for 45cents at Ice Bouse.
ru 6 a. -n oni 8 p n ., ready
Sp cialprce forlarge uui
() pounds and over dellvewed
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