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The New York Republicans have de- r
cided to endorse Roosevelt for Presi- t
dent, and it is now beyond a doubt that
he will be the next Republican nom
inee.
It is said in the prints that the only 1
regret that Senator Tillman has over
the late primaries jthe election of Vol
Kolnitz as Senator m aIrleston.
It is always too lte to cty over split
milk, but one of the regrets of the latO t
primary in this coungr is the defeat of
the new court house question. One is
needed, and needed badly.
Governor-elect Heyward could not
have done better thin to ofer Mi.
J. E. Norment the position of private
secretary. Mr. Norment is a gentle
man and we know no higher compli
-m4t we coul pa him. We: are glad
o.h " su A ma: as our successor%
He is also competent and has friends in
all parts of South Carolina. Gov. Hey
ward has' displayed good judgment in
We are having some real cool weather.
,Ndw"look out for ea4ij fal.
Mrs. S. A. Jeter and children, after
spending a week with her parents in
Union, have returned home.
Mrs -Nancy Swittenburg, of Jalapa,
spent two weeks with' relatives and
friends in Beth 'Eden.- She returned
yesterday.
Mrs. Waters and Mrs. Boozer, also
of spent Satpday night .and
Sunday at R. H. Buiton's family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stevens. visited at
her father's, Mr John Ruff, Saturday
and Sunday.
Miss Nelle Stack, of Ala., is visiting
her Brnr rlile.
i. R. L.Abrais- bas. bew isitig
her mother, Mrs. L. A. Hawkins, for
twaweeks while r.. R. L.
aiy f- x he hopita Colt Oum
t atrday mugh-in
proved.
Messrs. Tom (andli-'and' Lnnie
Quattlebaum spent Saturday and Sun
day with Mr. Eke McCullough.
Mr. John Miller, of Whitmire, spent
one night at la a'st
Madame wednag
bells will soon ring in Beth~e
Sept. 15, 190. Yttie .
cleared away, I find among mie candi
dates to"I( xeportdthe name of
"Yours Til'si l wounded in
the fee..''4 reporte fwom ts nur
geons, i wever, arEencoursging', as
next--"handiap.'--He bega to express.
his deepest appreciation of the geod
will of all of those who so generoilsly
15iked him,-in' the i-aces just c:losed,
~zlbegs to assure them ,that he in
~ bstoi uidrtake sucht a course .of
training as will convige
mis(sh lit on a ball-headed nag,
And those who bet on a grey,
That they'll simply be having a frolic
some jag
And flinging their money away.
*In order to get even with the win
nets nte last race, we are willing to
,either "nder the addle" or at
t "off frheel" to haul' them fodder4
~nd hay for aseason, after which we
will allow onesef to ;be regaled with1
forage carted by a handsome pair of
the "old stagers" and possibly by the
whole "spike team"
In plain English-with a feelings of
unlimited thankfulness to my friends,
andnaseakity to any.
I sMf, yours truly,
F. W. Higgins.
C.NCUR CURED BY kLOOD B.ALH
Al skin and Blood Diseases cured.
Mrs. M. L Adams, Freia, Ala.,
took Botanic Blood Balm which effect
ually cured an eating cancer of the nose
and face. The sores healed up perfect
-ly. Many doctors had given up her I
case as hopeless. Hundreds of cases
of cancer, eating sores, supperating
swellings. etc., have been cured by
Bl adln Among others, Mrs B. M
Guerney, Warrior Stand,Aa.Ht.
nose and lip were raw as beef, with of-(
fensive dischare from the eating. sore. (
Doctors advise cutting, but it failed.
Blood Balmn healed the sores, and Mrs.
Guerney is as well as ever. Botanic
Blood Balm also cures eczema, itching, I
humors, scabs and scales, bone pains, ]
ulcers, offensive pimples, blood poison, !
carbuncles, serofula, risins and brps a
on the skin and all bodtroubles.
Drgis s $1 per large bottle. Sam
pleoBtanie Blood Balm free and pre
paid by writing Blood Balm Co., At
lanta, Ga. Describe trouble an& spe
cial medical advice sent in sealed letter.
It is certainly worth while investigat-]
in such a remarkable remedy, as B[ood
B em ures the most awful, worst and
most deep-seated blood diseases.
Wormen and Jewel-. C
the order of a womian 's pre irene-- S
Jewels form a mag*net of mighty yo4 '.-r e
to the average~ woman. Eve: 'hatr
tauied :n th- urenfuous~ efforts to ma~ke C
or s-v ' he- monW3-y toP pureba~-- th.em. IE
If a wome" wi! r.d- b.r h-atTh 'o s'e3 8 31
covered re,-m then 'e-. ha-r rortLify her b
self 1aainst thle ir.siduous eonne
quences of co'ughs enII- and b,'rneh al 1i
affection' hy t. g:lar u:se of Dri. n;
Bom-hee' iGerman Sen,: TI will fi
prompLly air. .$t cofl,t!mptio,n in its
earlyh s:ais nd ni th' d' -facted lung read
and~. boThi t?W , sV madI isheo dra st
disrel frmunesy- it I.* eaiscr for a 0
eure-a 1, but -i b.'nertaieueso ti
aous h e, ol r a t-db-a c re ial~ tmues. at b
You can et St.bi ei rmd tb
W E reen'm Sn. t Amaa
not Green's Soeelal Aimanae
Card " ~hu.
I desire to extend to my friends
uroughout the county many thanks for
ae honor done me in re-electing me to
he office of county supervisor in the
scent primary election. I assure you
hat the honor is highly appreciated.
Respectfully,
John M. Schumpert.
lti ne Ii) tu-. l rr: i, t or
In trying to get his rights -many a
nan goes at it the wrong way.
Foley's Kidney (-ure m:kes tih.e di:.
-a.d kidneys 4ou%d so they wii eIlmi
iate the poisnAs f"-a the blod. Sold
>y Gilder & We(-ks.
Wise is the man who can give a
woman advice without incurring her
mty.
A New Jsrety itd!tor's Te-stimtoita'.
M. T. Lynch, Editor of the Phihlips
)ur:; N. J. Daily Post, writ.e : "I havo
ied many. Winds of mnedicines for
eoughs iand -olds in my famiiy but
never anything -so ;o, as Fo=ey's
EHoney at,d Tar. I cannot sa_y too muOn
in praise of it. Sold by Gild-r &
Weeks.
.Talk. is cbeap; yet some people will
give Up a dollar to :hear a tiresome
lecture.
Fees SwoUeu to ilmminuo Size.
"I had kidney trouble so bad," says
J: . Cox of Valley View, Kv., "that I
.uld not work, my feet were swollen
6o immense size and I wets confined to
my bed and physicians were unable to
give meainy reliFf. My doctor finally
prescribed Foley's Kidn 5y Cure which
4de a well man of me. Sold by Gi -
'ter & Weeks.
Milk of human kindness is usually of
a poor quality and a little in the can.
t1octort Could not Help Her
"I bad kidney troubi- for . ears.'
writes Mrs Ra- mt! d Con,,:r of 8: el
loi Was h., "and the doctors couild --t
help we. I tried Fo!f:y's Kid';r-v C"r.
Lad the very first d :s --vt m" r-lie
and ?'am 0#w cured. I catino say a"
much for ieN 's Kid ni"y '(u re ". Sold
by Gilder & W.-e"s.
If poverty is ever. abolished every
btbiplor will either have to marry or
at as his own servant.
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
dapted for chronic throat troubles and
will positively cure bronchitis, hoarse
aess and all. bronchial diseases. Re
fuse substitutes. Sold by Gilder &
.lob evidently had no desire for ficikle
ate He was in a position to win out
ia iawufacturer of profane history
Used tog Pheurv.out:d
Dr. 3. Bishop', of Agne*Mich., says,
"I have used Foley's Honey and Tar
in..three very severe cases of pneumonia
with good results in every case." Re
use substitutes. For sale by Gilder
md Weeks.
It isn't until~ after a -boy has cele
rat is 8th birthday-anniversary
af bginsto notice hissfather's
gorance.
.Cured4 emorzrageu. nt the Lu'gs,
"Several years since my luagr were so
adly affectedl that I had many he-mor-.
rhges;'twrites1 -\. M. Are of Wood.
[nd. 1 tookttreatmetsh with several
bysiciansI without auy benwfit. T I han
tarted to ttke Foley's Honey and T'ar
ad my lungs are n-mw as sound as a
~ullet' I recomm'nd it in :dane
~tags of lung trouble." Sold by Gil
2e'r & Weeks.
For Rent.
A GOOD THREE-HORSE FARM
for rent, known as George B.
suber's near Bethlehem church. ound
d by the land of J. D. Suber, Mud and
Jannon creeks. Has a goddwelling,
;ennant houses, hay maos, pastures
md other convemences. For further
nformtion apply to Forest H. Suber,
are of Lorick & Lowrance, Columbia,
Teacher Wanted.
HE TRUSTEES AND PATRONS
~of Vaughanville School, No.7
[ownship, will meet September 23 at
p. m. at the school hous'e for the pur
>ose of electing a teacher. Applica
ions may be sent to one of the trus
ees, Vaughanville, S. C.
H. M. BOOZER,
A. A. MADDEN,
Trustees.
Shriff'sIehquent Tax Sale
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
.to me directed by Jno. L. Epps,
,Treasurer of Newberry County,
ilsell OMon da, the 6th da~y of
)ctober, 1902, (Salda) at Newberry
)ourt House, the following property,
A tract of land in No. 4 Township
~ontaining Nine Hundred and Nine
'909) Acres, more o'r less, known as the
~isah Davis plantation, bounded by
ands of Geo.S. Mower, C. K. Baker,
Fno.. N. Suber, and others.
Terms of Sale: Cash. Purchaser to
>a fo papers. M. M. BUFORD,
Sheriff Newberry County.
Sheriff's Office, Sept. 15, 1902.
EPor Sale-Land at, a
Bargain.
08 ACRES IN NO:.8TOWNSHIP,
part of old Croft Place, lying
n i-oad to Kempson's Ferry. Fine
ottom lands on Beaver Dam, will be
old as a whole, or divided to suit pur
hasers.
130 Acres lying on road from New
erry to Longshores one mile from
i'Neal's mill. Fine farming land oni
ush River. Good dwelling and large'
Lable and tenant hou.se -very desira
le small farm.
30 Acres of Land just outside of tow.n
mnits, on the Columbia road; half orig{i
a forest, good spring of water, and
ne place for market garden.
700 Acres in No. 4 Township, two
liles from Whitmires, good dwelimg.
~ables and all necessary tenant hojse-:
1 place in good repair. Splendid cot
>n and corn lands, with ood pastuLre
be year round. To be Yought at a
Lrgain. Appl to
JMES McINTOSH,
Newberry, S. C.
NOMINATIONS.
F:ir Mayor.
W E, AS CITIZENS AND VOTERS
of the Town of Newberry, here
er nominate Jno. W. Earhardt for
!Iavor of said Town, and pledge him to
abide the result of the Democratic pri
nary. CITIZENS AND VOTERS.
DR. E. C. JONES IS HEREBY
nominated for the office of Mayor
>f the city of Newberry, subject to the
esult of the Democratic primary elec
dion.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for Mayor of New
Derry, and pledge myself to abide the
result of the primary election.
EDUARD SCHOLTZ.
ROBT. H. WELCH IS HEREBY
announced a candidate for Mayoi
f Newberry, and is pledged to abide
the result of the primary election.
For Alderman-Ward 1
MR. H. B. WELLS IS HEREBY AN
nounced a candidate for Alder
man from Ward 1, and pledged to abide
the result of the primary election.
M R. E. Y. MORRIS IS HEREBY
announced a candidate for Alder
man for Ward 1, and is pledged tc
abide the result of the primary election.
CITIZENS OF WARD ONE.
For Alderman--Ward 2
W E HEREBY ANNOUNCE JACOI
L. Dickert as a candidate fon
Alderman for Ward 2, and pledge him
to abide the result of the primary
election. . VOTERS WARD 2.
For Alderman-Ward 3
B. AULL IS HEREBY AN
." nounced a candidate for Aldermar
from Ward 3, subject to the Democratic
primary.
W E TAKE PLEASURE IN PRE
senting Dr. Van Smith as
suitable man to serve Ward 3 as Alder
man, and pledge him to abide the result
of the Democratic primary election.
RESIDENTS OF WARD 3.
For Alderman-Ward 4
MANY FRIENDS OF MR. J. J.
Langford place him in nomina
tion for Alderman from Ward 4, anc
pledge him to abide the result of the
primary election.
For Aldert an-- Ward 5.
F IENDS OF S., K. BOUKNIGH'
take pleasure in presenting hin
as a candidate for Alderman fron
Ward 5, and pledge him to abide the
result of the primary election.
THE EQUITABLE
Life Assurance Company
Assets Dec. 31, 1901,
$331,039,720-34
Surplus to
Policy Holders
$71,129,042.06.
~'Outstanding
Assurance.
$1,179,276,725-00
Absolutely t h e
Strongest Life As
s'urance Company in
America when meas
ured 'by its Surplus.
Insures both men and
women. .If you are
not assured, or if you
are not fully assured,
take a policy in The
EQUITABLE.
ARTHUR KIBLER, Ag't.
N ewberry, S. C.
School Opening.
T HE N E W BE R R Y PU BL IC
Schools will open on Monday, Sep
tember 22nd. White pupils without
trade cards will report to the Superin
tendent's office for examination and
:lassification the 19th at 9.30 a. in.,
:olored pupils will report at the Hoge
school at the same time.
The Superintendent will be in his
ffice at Boundary street school from
) to 110o'clock on the 18th and 19th insts.,
for consultation with patrons.
B. H. JOHNSTONE,
Sept. 8, 1902. Superintendent.
PLANT WI
USE FE
"Largest Me
of Pertilizer.
THEAR -OAOLH
CNARLESTON. S. C.
a
YoIIDo
But remember your
cash works for you
at the department
house of
MosEleyI Bros
They Keep every
thing from a cambric
needle to a four
horse wagon.
Goods arriving daily. Don't blame
un that you pay the otb4r fellow
more for goods. We ask you to
Look! Look! Look!
Moseley Bros.,
Leader of Low Prices,
Prosperity, S. C.
Citizen's Meeting.
A MEETING OF THE CITIZENS
of Newberry is hereby called to
meet in the Opera House at Newberry
on Friday, September 26th, at 10 o'clock
.a. in., to hear the report of the Board
of Trustees of the Newberry Graded
Schools. ALAN JOHNSTONE,
Chairmanl.
F. N. MARTIN, Secretary
Annual School Election
XNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
An election will be held at the
Court House in Newberry, S. C., on
Friday, September 26, 1902, from 10
a. m. to 5 p. ., upon the question of
L the assessment and lev of the two-mill
tax for the purpose of the Newberry
Graded Schools for the ensuing year.
Those who favor the tax will vote "For
Two-mill Tax." Those who oppose will
vote "Against Two-mill Tax.
. Managers of election: S. S. Nolan,
1M. J. Scott, T. F. Tarrant.
ALAN JOHNSTONE, Chairman.
F. N. MARTIN, Secretary. t2t
NOTICE.
All persons indebted to the firm of
" Schumpert & Lester either by note or
account are urged to sbttle same on or
before Oct. 15th as we are compelled
to wind up the business of the said firm
on account of the death of Mr. Schum
pert. Yours truly,
SCHUMPERyT & LESTER.
Sept. 1st, 02. Prosperity, S. C.
NOTLIC.
HBOARD OF SUPERVISORS
THof Registration will meet at the
town of Prosperity on the last Monday
of this month, the 29th inst, at 10 a. m.
Thos. E. Epting, Chairmani.
Thos. J. Wilson.
J. W. D. Johnson.
MemberS'of Board.
~TE A
Ty a pound of Jones'
Ice Tea at 6Oc. per lb.
COFFEE!
Try our p arched Cof
fee at 25, 30 and 331
ets. per lb. Our
"Royal Blue"
Coffee is as good as
the best.
"BETTER THAN THE BEST!"
A full line of Can ned
Vegetables, Fruits and
Meats on hand.
Oat Meal, Buckwheat
Flour, Cream of Wheat
and Postum Cereal just
received.
Table condiments,
Bottle and
Loon Pickles,
Olives, etc., etc.
Give us a call for any
thing in our line.
Yours, &c.,
S. B. JOPES,
Ph.oxne 29.
IAT!I
TILIZERS5
Chemical Company, I
-uacturrse
on Earth"t
UDWATEESUT..
GEMICAL COMPANY,
A TI M T . 6A
Cl
Has Returne
Fr
GrooC Dr~ Gao
- OF THE
EVERY TRAIN that tumbl
tains and rolls through
with Dry Goods, Millinery,
Hats for Mimnaugh. I bough
tars worth of Goods for Spot
fifty cents on the dollar, an
them to you for less than
chants can buy them. I haw
biggest
DRY GOODS [
EVER DONE IN
Keep an Eye
On
There is Going to be a
Old TQwn Th
Dimes and
Do Double Duty WherE
Rule Runs The I
MIMNAL
The Cheapest Store ir
______________________________________________~- ~ _______
DRINKS~ N3tice to Credit
A LL PERSONS INDEB']
Cl. the estate of Wilson Co
ceased, and all persons holdin
against the same, are hereb~
Our Soda Fountain to make payment, or prese
dul probated to Messrs. Hui
offers so many de-' ~~iunter, attorneys, at N
licious and whole- peritk, s. c., on ~
some Drinks that 20th, 1902. S. L. FELLI
3t Ex
we know not which' ____
to mention first.
Our Ginger Ale Evervibji
Is in great demand be
cause so refreshing. At CC
Unfermented Grape
Juice Beverages are' Our entire stock o
popular. Of course I DRY GOODS,
there is nothing quite CLOTHING, I
takesthe place of our CUFFS, NEI
Milk Shakes. Come UMBRELLAS.
here for your Soda etc., etc.
Drinks. It makes no difference
O~A merchants in our line, w
~aye8' Drug ~'u'u. you the same goods for I
same money. Come an
P. S. Order your Cream is to swap dollars with y
)~ the gallon from us.__- ALL OXFOR
It dosn't pay to be a At 10 per cent. below
nile behind the band Now isyour chance.
vagon. Be in it and AllthatisleftofS-imr
et the other feliw do ~ will pay you to %risit
he following. Morgl. sale of Summer Goods i~
~end your laundry to money.
he Newberry Steam
aundry.
I~' '.oo b~vt~' f~uii~ t,* fiv~d do Lj"t. heel- C o p e1 ~
~te to 141 tz~. All mph'Ii~t~ are
ar-fi.IIy co;~-ide~r~d 8L th~ Newberry "THE U
beam Laundry.
"om The
ds Centre
IORTH
;s down the moun
he valleys is loaded
Shoes, Clothing and
t thousands of dol
Cash for less than
i I am going to sell
the Newberry mer
i planned to do the
IUSINESS
[HE TOWN
this Space
Hot Time in the
is Fall.
Dollars
th.e "Cut PriCe".
Business.
IGH'S,
the Carolinas.
TO Registratiom Notice.
nt,d-NO C IS"HEREB tGIE TBA
t clie~ and th ueigned as u r
it,Hunt o~e tatin foesi tow wm9 kee
tor Sept. 3d, 1902 S p. Reg
~g at Cost
PELAND BROS.
DRESS GOODS, SHOES,
-IATS, SHIRTS, COLLARS
3KWEAR, SUSPENDERS,
UNDERWEAR, TRUNKS,
what prices are made you by other
are prepared to beat them, and sell
ss money, or better goods for the
see for yourself. All we want now
u on our entire line.
DS AND SLIPPERS
cost to close before the season is over.
er Lawns, and Organdies at 1-2 price.
our store now while this Clearance
going on. We can save you lots of
nd Bros.
N DFRSELLERFR."

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