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NICK(8C KY t'TT:t~ (R?Ek c.
(Corrected by Summer Bros.)
Good Middling..................... 81c.
Strict Middling.. ........... 81c.
M iddling. .......................... 81c.
Ic.> Cr.-m Krtes- v l.
An ice cream festival, to which the
public is invited, will be given at the
hall in West End on Saturday night.
Proceeds to be given to the O'Neall
Street Methodist Church.
At the K*at-at Chu ch.
Regular Sunday evening services will
be commenced at the First Baptist
Church, beginning with next Sunday
evening. Rev. E. R. Pendleton will
fill the pulpit Sunday morning at 11
Mrs. R. H. Russell died at her home in
Prosperity Monday morning at 11
The remains were interred in Pros
perity cemetery on Tuesday. A husband
and four children survive her.
Dr. Ir'r*ly to Prpnch.
Rev. F. Y. Pressly, president of Ers
kine college, Due West, will be in
Newberry on Saturday and Sunday,
and will preach in the Thompson street
A. R. P. church Sabbath morning and
night. The public is invited to attend
Meettng James U. Nance Camp
There will be an important meeting
of Camp James D. Nance, No. 36 U.
C. V., in the court house, on next Mon
day, October 6th,, at 11 o'cock a. m.
A prompt and full attendance is earn
estly requested. J. W. GARY,
O. L. SCHUMPERT. Adjt. Com.
The mayor has had quite a number of
small cases before him the past week.
Quite a nice little sum in dollars and
days was raked in from the gamblers,
and there was one case for failure to
pay street duty. Also a case for solicit
ing baggage at depots contrary to the
provisions of a recent ordinance.
Meeting Daughtera Confederacy.
The Daughiters of the Confederacy
wil ineet next Tuesday afternoon at 4
o'eloek at Mrs. Mattie Glenn's.
Miss Fannie Mecaughrin,
Miss Elizabeth Dominick,
- - MIsI.onary Plente at 'St. Pau's.
There will be a missionary picnic at
St. Paul's church, in the lower part of
the county on Tuesday, October 7th,
in the afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock
-and closing at 6. Refreshments will be
served for the benefit of the missionary
society. The public is cordially in
A T. Brown.as Mo~norsary liember.
* Mr. A. T. Brown, of this city, has
been elected an honorary member of
the horse .racing committee for the
Farmers' and Merchants' Trades Dis
-play to be 'held in Greenville October
21--24. Judging from the committee
selected, Greenville is to have some of
the best races in this State in years.
Hee Kuowi K..te~ Now.
Yesterday morning Mooch Boozer, a
young negro boy who works for Sam
pIe & Lominick, delivered beef at the
residence of Mr.- J. W. White. Seeing
a scarf containing a gold scarf pin lying
on the piazza, he quickly and quietly
aprpitd the pin. The pin was
missed, Mooch was searched, and the
* pin was found.
The mayor gave him $5 or fifteen
days on the gang.
Mr. Alan Johnstone is sending circu
lar letters to the various cotton gin
neries throughout the ccunty for the
purpose of getting an exact report of
the number of bales ginned this season.
From these statistics gathered through
out the country the department at Wash
ington will make up its renort of the
cotton erop, October 18th is the last
day for sending in reports to the county
i"e Sotyt ',rs Thb-w.
Editor Newberry Herald and News:
Please allow me to say through your
columns that the statement made in
your paper a few weeks ago, supposed
to have been copied from another paper,
-that I officiated at the marriage of one
0. W. Black and one Flossie Merchant
is a mysterious mistake. I did not
marry them: and, even do not know the
Y. von A. Riser.
-Etheredge, S. C., Oct. 1, 1902.
New and 41.tractive Stylen
Mr. E. T. Carlson desires to announce
to the good dressers of the community
that he is prepared to supply their
wants in men's wear. He has a full line
of woolens and worsteds. To the ladies,
would say he also has a complete line
of the latest styles and fabrics repre
sented by an exclusive ladies' tailoring
establishment. You can have the as
surance of a faultlass style, fashionable
in a high degree: the best workman
ship and a garment made to your indi
vidual measure to fit your form, and at
a price consistent with the value. Re
member, the fabrics are now ready for .
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mrs. L. B. Aull is visiting relatives
in Greenwood County.
Mrs. Jane Long has been elected
teacher of the Mollohon Mill school.
Mr. T. E. Wicker will teach the Dead
Fall school the ensuing session.
The Helena school will open on Mon
day, witlr Mr. J. M. Bickley teacher.
Dr. E. P. McClintock yesterday went
to Laurens, where he will preach on
Rev. E. R. Pendleton will preach in
the First Baptist Church Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. T. A. Hallman, of Winston,
N. C., is visiting her aunts, the Misses
White, in West End.
Mrs. Dr. G. W. Holland has returned
from Virginia, where she has been
spending the summer.
Dr. W. R. Richardson, of Orange
burg, will preach in the O'Neall Street
Methodist Churnh Sunday evening at
7:30 o'clock. The public is invited.
There will be services in the St.
Luke's Episcopal Church Sunday morn
ing. conducted by Rev. E. N. Joyner,
Mrs. W. L. Seabrook and daughter,
Miss Frances, have returned after an
extended trip to Gettysburg, Philadel
phia, and other points.
The Southern passenger going to
wards Columbia was delayed in New
berry for some time yesterday on ac
count of a broken bottom brace on the
Rev. G. E. Edwards, pastor of the
O'Neall Street Methodist Church, will
preach in East End Chapel at the
Mollohon Mill Sunday afternoon at 5
An extra term of the Court of Com
mon of Pleas for this county will be
held at the court house, beginning on
Monday, the 20th of October, and con
tinuing for two weeks, if so much time
Every lady appreciates the fact
that a fashionable and becoming
Hat adda much to her appearance.
We can supply you with the season's
lategt modes at astonishingly low
THE RISER MiLLINERY.
Bihop of the A. M. E. Upureh.
Bishop W. J. Gaines, of the seventh
Episcopal District of the A. M. E.
hurch, will preach at Miller Chapel
ext Thursday evening at 7.30. The
public is cordially invited to attend the
services. Select music will be fur
ished by the choir. 1t
St. Paul's Items.
We had 8 good rain yesterday.
Mr. S. J. Williamson's child who has
been sick with typhoid fever, is able to
be up again.
The ladies of St. Paul's Home and
Foreign Missionary Society will enter
tain the public at St. Paul's church
pxt Tuesday afternoon, October 7th.
The exercises will commence at 2 p. in.,
ad continue until 6 p. m. There will
be "grab bag," cake walk, cutting of
ake with prize in it, ice cream cheap,
ad other amusements by the ladies.
Eerybody is*invited. Young men,
bring your best girls and have a good
time. Come one, come all, I know you
We will have our fall communion
Sunday, October 5th. Preaching Satur
ay afte. , commencing promptly at
2 p. m. ' Push.
October 1, 1902.
RX-OoVERNOR CIIA MBER~L IN
[n a Vid't to His. (ld Home irn Columbia~.
(Columbia Cor. News and Courier.)
Ex-Governor D. H. Chamberlain ar
rived here today. The shock of the
very recent death of his youngest son,
a lad of 17 years, had so far prostrated
im that, under medical directions he
was obliged to make a complete change
f scene and climate. Under these cir
umstances, as soon as he was able to
travel, he revisits his old home here.
The Governor came unattended and if
his health does not make a further
hange necessary he expects to remain
ere indefinitely. Governor Chamber
lain looks very well indeed and has all
f the brightness and affability that
rade him so well liked here during his
former stay. He found many improve
ments in Columbia since he was here
as receiver of the South Carolina and
Another ridiculous food fad has been
branded by the most competent authori
ties. They have dispelled the silly no
tion that one kind of food is needed for
brain, another for muscles, and still
another for bones. A correct diet will
not only nourish a particuiar part of
the bd, but it will sustain every other
part. Yet, however good your food
may be, its nutriment is destroyed by
indigestion or dyspepsia. You must
prepare for their appearance or pre
vent their coming by taking regular
doses of Green's August Flower, the
favorite medicine of the healthy mil
lions. A few doses aids digestion,
stimulates the liver to healthy action,
purifies the blood, and makes you feel
buoy ant and vigorous. You can get
this reliable remedy at W. E. Pelham
Get Green's Special Almanac.
Farmers! Briog or send the fruits~
of your labors to the State~ Fair at
Columbia, October 28th to 31st, and
you need not exclaim, as many are
heard to do every year, "I can beat
Jewlgh New Year 5.663 Began at Sunset
Wt due+day Afternoon-Day Celebrated
Wednesday afternoon at sunset began
the first day of the month Tishri, be
ginning the year 5,663 of the Jewish
As with all other Jewish festivals,
Rosh Hashonah lasted from sunset to
sunset. This is always a most solemn
time with those of the Hebrew faith
the season in which its members are
supposed to review the actions of the past
year, to repent and prepare for Yom
Kippur, which comes ten days later.
"It is believed that on Rosh Ha
shonah three books are opened. One is
for the righteous, who are immediately
inscribed for life; one for the wicked,
who are instantly inscribed for death;
and one for the nondescript, who are left
on probation. If the latter repent during
the ten penitential days, which is the time
between Rosh Hashonah and the Day
of Atonement, their names are written
in the book of life."
After the ceremonies pertaining to
the day are over, the worshippers re
fresh themselves and exchange visits
of greeting, after the style of the Chris
tian New Year. The rest of the day is
given up to good cheer.
Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement,
coming ten days later, is a solemn day
of fasting and repentance.
Rosh Hashonah was ceremoniously
observed in Newberry yesterday, and
no business of any kind was transacted
by those of the Hebrew faith.
New Bank Ruilding a Neat Strncture
Other Improvenent,-Deth of Mrs.
Prosperity, S. C., Oct. 1.--Mr. I. B.
Bedenbaugh leaves this week for his
course of lectures in the medical college.
He expects to see us again next spring
a full fledged M. D. '
Our community is grieved over the
death of Mrs. Russell, the wife of Mr.
R. H. Russell. Mrs. Russell had been
sick for a long time. She went away
during the summer to seek health
among the health resorts of Western
North CErolina. Her return was hurried
by getting worse, and after a few
weeks she passed away. She was buried
in the cemetery here Monday of this
week. She leaves a loving family and
many friends to mourn her departure.
During the closing days of last week
Mrs. Moore, wife of Mr. J. B. Moore,
and daughter of Mrs. L. M. Counts,
also passed away. She did not live
here, but came here in her last illness
to be with her mother. She was buried
in the Singley graveyard, several miles
away in the country.
Mrs. C. E. Stewart and wife are
visiting his mother, Mrs. H. S..Boozer.
The brick building occupied by The
Bank of Prosperity is quite a neat
structure, and adds much to the appear
ance of that part of the town. And
when the rubbish incident tg building
has been cleared away, much more can
The building of the other business
houses is moving along rapidly. Men
tion was made last week of improve
ments on several residences, but my
letter found its way into the editorial
waste basket, or into some other rub
bish. Some pains had been taken to
gather information about our cotton
market, and the rush in all lines of
business, but this also shared the same
I am growling, Mr. Editor, because
my best efforts had been put forth, and
you swept them aside as worthless. Of
course, from your standpoint it was
"stuff", but then you know this con
cerned our own city, and consequently
another view point is ours.
Mrs. W. P. Blanton left for her home
in Graniteville Wednesday of this week.
Mr. Cecil Wyche, who won the Cita
del scholarship for this county, left
Tuesday fo'r the opening of that school.
The school here has a gratifying in
crease of patronage over the past ses
Mr. J. P. Bowers took a trip to
Batesburg this week and with him his
litlie grandson, Pat Mitchell.
Little Miss Elizabeth Bearden, grand
daughter of Dr. Luther, has been visit
ing here. She returned to her home in
Columbia this week.
It was our pleasure to attend Child
ren's Day at Mt. Tabor, in No. 9, last
Saturday. The day seemed to have
been a great success form every
point of view, and especially socially.
The people showed themselves exceed
ingly fond of speaking and had pro
vided three for the occasion. Rev. J.
K. Efird, one of the speakers, made a
departure by using catchwords upon the
blackboard to enforce and impress his
ideas. His address was well received.
Rev. W. A. Lutz, the pastor, also made
a very practical and telling address.
Mrs. Kibler, of Prosperity, is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J: A. Simpson.
-( Card of Thanks.
Mr. Editor: Please allow me space in
your paper to thank my friends for
their very helpful and untiring aid and
sympathy during the illness and death
of my daughter, Mrs. L. M. Moore. I
can never hope to return all the kind
nesses, but may God bless and richly
reward you for it.
Mrs. L. M. Counts.
No, Cordelia, we can't all be hero
worshippers; some of us must be heroes.
When Cupid visits Boston he discards
his bow and arrow and uses a bean
At the Mower Co's,. and The lKiser M1lli
nery ('o',. on Tuesday.
Tuesday was "opening day" in New
berry, the day of all the clays in the
year when the women take possession
of the town and run it to suit them
selves-the day when men are scarce,
especially if they have wives who have
made up their minds to have new bor.
In the show windows of the
was a splendid array of dress goods,
clearly showing that this firm know
their custoniers and have brought to
their doors the most astistic goods
which the American market can supply.
Especially striking was the neatness in
the arrangement of the entire store.
But the centre of attraction was the
millinery department, where were hats
of all styles and prices to;please the
feminine eye. The wax figure was
especially beautiful in a white and
black suit with a large picture hat.
AT THE RISER CO'S.
The show window at the Riser Milli
nery Co's. looked as if it might have
been transported from some Northern
city. The decorations were of white
and green, which are to be the leading
colors of the season, and the beauty of
the hats was enhanced by dainty as
paragus ferns. A large stuffed bird
added much to the attractiveness of the
The interior was made beautiful with
begonias and cut flowers.
The collection of trimmed hats was
large and strikingly beautiful. Many
were the ladies who "came, saw, and
were conquered" by the novelties there
News From WeAt End.
Mr. Jacob Bouknight went to Chapin
Saturday to visit his son, and returned
There were no services at the Baptist
church Sunday morning, owing to the
absence of the pastor, Rev. N. N. :Bur
It .being Children's Day at the
Baptist church Sunday night, there was
no preaching at O'Neall St. church.
Rev. G. A. Wright preached in the
chapel at the Mollohon Mill Sunday
Mrs. Ellie Bodie, of Columbia, and
Mrs. DeVore, of -Ninety-Six, are visit
ing Mrs. Sailie Jones.
The young people of West End were
ntertained with a dance in the banquet
tall Saturday night.
Sunday was Children's -Day at .the
Baptist church, and the exercises were
very interesting. The programme was
2. Song by Children- "Blessed be the
3.*Scripture-The Foundation of Our
4. Hymn- "Fall into Line."
5. Precious Invitation- "Come."
6. Hymn- "Whosoever Will."
7. Recitation- "Show us the Way."
8. Command- "Go."
9. An Acrostic on Missions.'
10. Hymn-"Go Ye into all the
12. Scripture-"The Call to Service
from Our Country."
13. Recitation--"The Child's Prayer."
14. Hymn-"Pass it On."
15. Recitation-"Please- the Little
17. Song by the Children.
18. Scripture-"The Great :Region
19. Address by Pastor- "Our Dues to
20. Duet-"How Long, 0, How
21. Recitation- "A Cry from Heathen
23. Hymn-"From Greenland's Icy
Purity in flour ought to be an im
portant consideration in every family.
[n making "Clifton" flour every grain
>f wheat is thoroughly cleaned before
grinding, and is converted into flour in
a hygienically clean, modern mill. The
flour is purified, aerated and sifted
through delicate silk cloths before it
is sacked. Absolute purity is thus
The best flour looks very much like
any other flour when it is in the sack.
he real test is in the baking. That's
where "Clifton" flour excels by every
test-excels in purity and perfection;
in the quality and richness of the
Pure flour really does not cost any
more than flour that is not strictly pure.
"Clifton" flour is guaranteed strictly
pure wheat flour, and is sold at a reason
able priee. "Clifton has no rival.
There is no better flour sold at any
~rice. Bransford Mills, Owensbon>,
(ESTrABLIsHED IN I1'jI.)
Capital--- --- --$150,000.00
Surplus and Pronits - 96,865.88
General banki ng busi ness ransacted
with promptness. Special attention tc
coections. Correspondence solicited
Deposits allowed interest at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum from date of
deposit. interest payable Januairy ist
and July Jst of each year.
M. A. CARLISLE, Prest.
T. . S DU'NCAN. Cashier.
JT WV M. SInnONS Asat. ('.r
NEWBERRY GERMAN CLUB
First German to Be Giv'-n on the 17th of
the Present Month.
The first German under the auspices
of the Newberry German Club will he
given in the armory on the evening of
the 17th of October.
The club was organized recently with
the foll6wing members: G. F. Wearn,
T. H. Pope, W. C. Tyree, T. K. John
stone, P. F. Gilder, M. L. Spearman,
H. T. Renwick, W. F. Eberha;:dt, J. K.
Aull, F. H. Dominick, J. G. Daniels,
J. E. Renwick, P. E. Scott, W. A. Ja
mieson, Jr., P. G. Ellisor, J. J. Cop
pock, J. S. Renwick, H. W. Dominick,
W. C. Schenck, J. B. Boozer, J. Y.
McFall, Robert Mayes, 0. 0. Copeland,
L. G. Eskridge, S. H. McLean, C. Su
ber, C. P. Pelham, W. E. Pelham, Jr.,
W. B. Seabrook, D. L. Boozer, Jr.
The following officers were elected at
a recent meeting of the club.
President-G. F. Wearn.
Vice-President-F. H. Dominick.
Secretary--Jno. K. Aull.
Treasurer--H. T. Renwick.
5 HEAD OF BEEF CATTLE FOR
sale by S. M. D.unc.an, Jalapa, S C.
G O TO J. P. COOK for Gold-Hunter
Flour. None better.
BUGGIES and Wagons sold on easy
. terms at Summer Bros.
M ONEY saved is money made. For
.VL Buggies and Wagons see
T HE most complete line of Buggies
that ever came to Newberry at
MOTHERS, WIVES OR DAUGH
MI ters, are you ailing from troubles
peculiar to your sex? Send me your
name and address this month and re
ceive free a sample of my wonderful
cure. MRS. W. P. BEDENBAUGH,
Newberry, S. C.
And also Mrs. Addy's Eye Salve.
Cures all kind of old sores, eczema and
all skin diseases.
CAFE DINING ROOM. -Meals can
be had at all hours at the Cafe
dining room on West Main street, op
posite Klettner's. Always the best the
market affords at very moderate prices.
Meals served in any style to suit any
taste. Fresh oysters always on hand.
3t McKenzie & Son.
C OTTON SEED WANTED-We have
made arrangements with some of
the largest oil mills and are prepared
to pay the very highest price for cotton
seed. When you have seed for sale
all to see us. Respectfully,
4w Summer Bros.
M ONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands
t seven per cent. interest on
mounts over one thousand dollars,
and eight per cent-. interest on amounts
ess than $1,000. Long time and easy
ayment,s. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
UBBER ST AM PS - Name stamp
15c. per line. Pads 10c. Dates,
erchants marking outfits. J. P. Cook,
Newberry, S. C., Rubber Stamp Manu
W ANTED-District Managers for
the Pennsylvania Casualty Com
any of Scranton, Pa., writing all
forms of liability, elevator and plate
lass insurance. Will pay to the right
gent extra commission.
Bequest, Dudley & Mann,
Charlotte, N. C.
SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES
SDo your eyes acne and burn at
ight? I have the best trial case for
fitting Spectacles and Eyeglasses, and
an fit the mot difficult eyes, with the
roper giasses. I bave -'fitted alas~ses
for the best p.eople in the eaunty and
an flt you. .I use only the best grade
rsaiine lenses. Come and give me
a trial and be convinced. Striutly one
rice to all. GUY DANIELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
I. 0. 0. F
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
M'EETh EVERY FRIDAY NIGH T'
at 8 o'clock at their ball at the
raded School building. Visitors cor
COLE. L4 BLE ASE, N. G
T S Hudson, Secretary.
MITYH ODG NO *3, A. F. M.
A REGULAR COMMUN ICATION
of Aity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M.
will be held next Monday evening at
7.00 o'clock. in Masouic Hall. Visiting
retren cordiaillv welcomn. d.
OTTO KLETTNER, W. M.
J. H. M KINAND, Secreraiy.
ello Central!I----Give MIe 48
she Neberry 8.mite Frot
Gonfectolry al Baery!
They have all kinds of Bread
P~tnt Bread,Milk Bread,
Graham Bread, Cream Bread,
Cap Bread, Rye Bread,
Kimm I See~d Rye Bread,,
Boston Brown Bread.
Larget assortment of fresh, fancy
kes ev'er shown here before.
Orders takE-n by Telephone and de
ivered free of charge as we have out
our new delivery wagon.
Call and see us, or ring up Phone
H. A. Meyer & Son.
CMMON PLEAS COURT.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that an extra term of the Court
of Common Pleas for Newberry County
will be held at the Court House begin
ning on Monday, the 20th day of Octo
ber, 1902, and continuing two weeks, if
so long a time be necessary.
JNO. C. GOGGANS,
Clerk of Oourt.
October 2, 1902.
If you have anything to exhibit at
th4 State Fair send to Se-cret ary Ho)
lowa, at Pomaria, S. C., for ai Pre
min.n ist Do not delay to do 80.
WE HAVE forti
for this dema
line of Blacks as w
Fabrics in the Nev
Ideas for Fall. TI
rivaled in Lownes;
Variety of Style.
you before beginn
chase to carefully
H AVE YOU exar
line of Waist
Tricot, full assortn
at 25c. per yard, a
able price for this
Other Waist Ck
and Solid Colors
COME AND :
THE KOOI. DAYS ARE HERE AND S(
WE can show you some
Wool Dres' Goods, pl
waistings are beauties and
L.OVELY SILKS FOR WAIS
We have the Clothing tc
form to lines of beauty. V
Fit". Try us.
SR [A great saving her
UC bare spots in the floc
have a good looking room witi
In our next ad. we will gi
and tell you of some great
We want you to see ot
pleasure in showindg you w
purchase or not.Y
20 yds. 'Sea Island Cloth
At 0. KLETTNER'S, A
80 lbs Special Drive Twvist Chew-1
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
in ackdrs at onl a25c.
At 0. KLETTNER'S, 34
Mason's Fruit Jars-1 doz. i gals.
at 99c , 1 doz qts. at 73e.
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
100 pairs Children's Slippers
worth $1.23 at only 61c. a pair.
At 0. KLETTNER'S, A
19 lbs. Arm and JHammer Keg
At 0. KLETTNER'S,
10 yds. 40 in. Heavy Sheeting at C
AT O.K LETI
-A Fair and Squre D
I FULL VALUEI FOR
.nd with a full
ell as Colored
i and Popular
iis line is un
3 of Price and
We would ask
iing your pur
nined our new
ient of Colors
)ths in Styles
30c. per yard
i ARE OUR NEW GOODS.
excellent values in.
ain and fancy. The
T OR COSTUME.
Splease. Mold the
/e fit the "Hard-to
e. A Rug covers the
irs and enables you to
L an old carpet.
ve more particulars
values that we are
ir Goods--will take
hether you wish to
at only 49 cents.
t 0. KLETTNER'S,
L lbs. good Rio Coffee for $1 00
t 0. KLETTNER'S,
nit Jar Rubbers at onl.y 4e. doz.
t 0. KLETTNER'S,
)0 pairs Ladies' Slippers worth
~1.50 going at 69c. a pair.
t 0. KLETTNER'S,
Sbars Good Washing Soap at
et 0. KLETTNER'S,
boxes of Star Lye at ouly 25c.
it 0. KLETTNER'S,
hina Plates, Cups andi SancArs
tonly 10e. worth twice as much.
eal Everytime. -