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The 9econd Prizes-But the Boys are En
joying ThemselVes-$215 in All-First
and Second in Hook and
Ladder Conlest.
[Special to Hcrald and News.]
Anderson, August 6.---Palmettos, Co
lumbia, won first prize in the hose
wagon races today. Independents, An
derson, second. Time:
Excelsiors, Newberry, 36 1-5.
\Independents, Anderson,'34 3-5.
'Pioneers, Anderson, 38.
Palmettos, Columbia, 34 1-5.
Anderson, August 5.-The biggest
thing in the big Gala Week which An
derson has provided for Upper Carolina
this week is the firemen's tournament,
and the bikgest thing in the firemen's
tournament is the Newberry aggrega
tion. The Newberry boys entered
every race today and won something in
every one except the foot race. Two
hundred and fifteen dollars is the neat
sum which Newberry will take home
with her as the result of today's victo
The grand pat ade took place yester
day morning and was witnessed by
probably five thousand people. New
berry's five teams were in the parade
and showed up well. The hose wagon
horses took the day and there was no
prduder man in South Carolina than the
old negro driver, Barney Whitener.
He was a prouder man even than Capt.
Stewart, and Newberry knows the
.pride which Capt. Stewart takes in his
The parade was composed of mounted
police, carriages, bands, etc., and all
the companies entering the contests.
Mayor J. W. Earhardt and Dr. Van
Smith rode in the second carriage with
Mr. G. F. Brown, president of the An
derson Chamber of Commerce.
When the parade was over the visit
ing firemen were carried to the club
rooms of the local firemen, where light
refreshments were served and a very
pleasant half hour spent socially. The
visiting firemen are being royally
treated in every way, and if a single
kick has been registered as to anything,
it has not yet reached the ears of this
The first race this morning was the
hand reel race. In this race Newberry
won second money, $50, the Palmetto
of Columbia, winning first money, $100,
by only two-fifths of a second. The
time made by the various teams and
the order in which they ran follows:
Excelsior No. 2, of Newberry, 25.
Palmetto No. 2, of Columbia, 22.
Pioneers, of Anderson, 26 4-5.
Electric City, of Anderson, blew off
at the nozzle.
Excelsior No. 1, of Newberry, 22 2-5.
In the grab race Newberry also won
second money, $15, the Palmettos, of
Columbia, again winning the $35 first
prize. Following is the time made by
the various teams in the grab race:
Excelsior No. 2, of Newberry, 23 4-5.
Palmetto No. 2, of Columbia, 21 2-3.
Pioneers, of Anderson, blew off at the
Electric City, of Ande'-son, blewv off
at the nozzle.
Excelsior No. 1, of Newberry, 22 4-5.
In the hook andl ladder contest New
berry got all the money. The first
prize was $100 and the secondl prize $50.
Newberry entered two teams and she
had no opponents. The Excelsiors No.
2 ran first and they p)ut a man up and
down the ladder at the expiration of
exactly 44 seconds. The crowd cheered
and awaited developments. The Excel
siors No. 1 came ambling (down the pike
and at the expiration of exactly 44
seconds they too had p)ut a man up and
down the dizzy heights! And $150 was
the money which the two teams had
won! But greater than t'- money wvas
the glory of wvinning it. Only two
teams from New berry, and these two
had tied on the best time!
The $10 first prize in the foot race
was won by Abels of the Palmettos,
and the $5 second prize b)y King of An
derson. The best time was 10 3-5.
Newvberry entered Caban iss and SIligh,
both of whom came down the track in
something less than 11.
In the hose wagon races which take
place tomorrow morning t here are t hre
entries, as follows:
Palmettos, of Columbia.
.New berry.
'The judges are a fine lot of gentle
rmen andl their rulings so far have been
.excellent. That they have agreed is
shown 'by the fact that when one varies
seo much as one-fourth of a secondl from
:the others he is ruled out, and so far
mnot one has been ruled out. And there
fhave ibonn .no kicks. Mayor Jno. W.
lEarhart, ,of Nhewberry, is one of the
itIme judges and Adr. J. W. Reeder, of
Newberry, 'is one of the hydrant
The Nowberry boys have comfortable
guarters all together at a boardmng
house in the centre of the city. They
are the lions of the hour and, wvhile very
modest, they are enjoying their honors.
In addition to the firemen's tourna
ment there are many other amusements
here, such as horse racing, clay pigeon
shoots, baseball, etc., etc. The city is
gally bedecked in holiday attire.
The Third Regiment of State Troops,
Col. Schachte commanding, and a com
pany of United States regulars from
Fort McPherson, Atlanta, are here in
camp. It is inspiring to watch the citi
zen-soldiery of South Carolina and'the
regulars drill, and large crowds go out
to witness the afternoon drills. The
camp is about three-quarters of a mile
from the city in an excellent location.
John K. Aull.
Mr. J. A. Blackwelder was in Charles
ton this week.
Let us all go to the reunion at Little
Mountain today.
Mr. Herbert Cook returned home yes
terday from Anderson.
Rev. C. W. Creighton, of Cokesbury,
was in the city this week.
Capt. A. P. Pifer left on Wednesday
to visit relatives in Virginia.
Miss Mary Feebeck, of Millersburg,
Ky., is visiting Miss Eva Teague.
Miss Carrie Lee Wertz, of Saluda, is
visiting her uncle Mr. J. C. Wilson.
The wind on Tuesday did some dam
age to corn in the neighborhood of
Mrs. G. F. Cooper left yesterday for
Newberry, where she will visit relatives.
-State, 4th.
There have been good rains i all
sections of the county and the cr re
looking well.
Good seasons in all sections of the
county and crops looking well and farm
ers feeling good.
Mr. S. E. Brown, of Greenville, is
visiting relatives and friends in his old
home in the county.
Miss Louise Werts, of Newberry, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Sallie Walton.
The Saluda Standard.
Mrs. J. H. Hollingsworth, of Au
gusta, Ga., is on a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Boozer.
Mr. E. A. Griffin, of Charlotte, N.
C., has been on avisit to his father Mr.
B F. Griffin during the week.
Mrs. Orlando Sheppard, of Edgefield,
is visiting her brother Mr. B. F. Griffin
and other relatives in the city.
There was considerable wind in the
neighborhood of Prosperity on Tuesday
afternoon together with the rain.
The Newberry Roller Mill announces
that on account of the short wheat crop
it will not grind after September 1st.
Col. H. C. Moseley, of Prosperity,
was in the city yesterday and gave a
pleasant call at The Herald and News
Misses Marie and Sallie Phillips, of
Orangeburg county, who have been
visiting Miss Ellie Huiet returned to
their home on Wednesday.
Mr. Rufus T. Boozer, a former New
berry boy, but now a prominent law
yer of Lake City, Fla., spent a couple
days in Newberry this week.
There was considerable wind in No. 2
on Tuesday afternoon in the neighbor
hood of Mr. A. H. E. Scheck's doing
some damage to corn by blowing it
Miss Lillie Belle IIallman, daughter
of the Rev. S. T. Hallman, has accepted
a position in Prof. Cameron's high
school at Elm City, N. C., as teacher of
Mr. C. H. Cannon leaves today to
jcin the camp at Pawley's Island com
p)osed J. W. M. Simmons, W. G.
Mayes, C. A. Bowman, Eduard Scholtz,
and R. H1. Welch.
There was a barbecue and picnic at
Stomp Springs yesterday. Several
peCrsons wvent from Newberry. It is
said that a great many people go there
and camp to get the benefit of this
Miss Ola Wilson left Monday for
Greenville to join Miss Vinnie Mae who
has been there for sometime. From
there they will go to Spartanburg and
Abbeville to visit friends. Miss Ola
will return to her book-keeping at
Blackwvelder and Davenport's the first
of September.
At the Smyrna manice on Monday,
August 3d, 1903, by Rev. L. C. Ligon,
Miss Leila Floyd, (laughter of Mr. J.
Yancey Floyd, and Mr. A..T. D)ennis.
Mayor E. Y. Morris.
Alderman E. Y. Morris is acting
mayor tis~ week in the absence of
Mayor Earhardt. The town has been
mn its goodl behavior this wveek and
there has been no court.
Children's Day at New HOpe.
Children's D)ay will be observed at
New Hope church in No. 11 on Satur
lay. Mr. Jno. C. Goggans, Clerk of
Court, wvill deliver an address to the
Sunday School Convention.
The interdenominationalSundaySchiool
30nvention will meet at Trinity in No.
3, on the 19th-20th of this month. Pro
gram has already been printed. Mr.
Ino. C. Goggans,-president of the con
ecntion, reqluests us to state that .he
iory much hopes that every school in
~he county will send delegates, and
~hat all superintendents wvill be present.
Iachi school is entitled to three dele
taes, and superintendents are mem
>ers ex officio.
Mr. K. Baker Improving.
Mr. K. Baker, of Greenwood, who
ins been confined to his bed with
ierious illness for the past several
Neeks, is rapidly imp)roving. This will
se gratifying news to Mr. Baker's
ruany friends at Prosperity andl through.
ut thecounty.
The Butler Kinard Case Continued-The I
Business Dispatched
The court of general sessions ad
journed on Wednesday afternoon. A i
great many cases were disposed of and
with greater dispatch than is usual in
a circuit court. The case against Ed
wards and others charged with the mur
der of Butler Kinard was continued to
the next term on the motion of the
counsel for the defendants in order to '
give them time to get up their witnesses.
The attorneys were appointed at this
term and as it is a very grave charge
they wanted time to look into the facts.
And we expect the solicitor wanted a r
little more time also. I
Wm. Conkle appeared . or trial also
at this term of court and his case was h
continued and in default of a $300 bond _
he was sent to jail.
The Judge and the Solicitor left yes- V
terday. c
The following additional true bills c
were returned by the grand jury on ,
State vs. Jeff Gallman, assault and c'
battei% with intent to kill. c
State vs. John Byrd, assault and bat ,
tory with intent to kill.
State vs. Will Tucker, violation dis- t
pensary law. t
State vs. Pink Smth, violation dis
pensary law.
State vs. Ike Kelly, assault and bat
tery with intent to kill and carrying a
concealed weapons.
State vs. Ed Dominick, entering house t]
with intent to steal and entering dwel
ling house.
State vs. J. ). Jeter, breachof trust. ti
State vs. George Jones, Harry Scott,
Benson Ruff, William Maybin, Calvin t<
Gray, Lige Worthy, Tom Reed, gamb- 8
On Monday afternoon Laura Metts t(
and Mary Means pleaded guilty to the
charge of housebreaking and larceny
and each was sentenced to three months n
in the penitentiary. p
12"Itrial of Clinton Sims for assault i
and battery with intent to kill and car- ai
ryiig concealed weapons resulted in a Si
verdict of not guilty.
George Summer, who pleaded guilty ti
to the charge of housebreaking and t,
larceny waa sentenced to five months k
upon the public works of the county or o
in the penitentiary. ai
Joseph Jones and Minnie Jones were a1
tried Tuesday on the charge of enter- t,
ing house with intent to steal and found
not guilty.
Ed Dominick pleaded guilty to the cl
charge of entering house with intent to g
steal and was sentenced to the public 0]
works or the peniteutiary for 18 months. r<
Ike Kelly was tried on the charge of w
assault and battery with intent to kill c
and carrying concealed weapons and t<
found guilty. He was sentenced to a
three months upon the public works or w
in the penitentiary or to pay a fine of al
$25. hi
John Byrd was tried and found guilty b:
of the charge of assualt and battery h:
w'th intent to kill. r<
Jeff Gallman pleaded guilty to the iT
charge of assualt and battery with in- t<
tent to kill and was sentenced to three rt
months or to pay a fine of $25.
Will Tucker, violation of the dispen- fe
sary law. This case resulted in a mis- 04
trial and Tucker was re'cased on his b:
owvn recognizance. Hie was represented ti
by Cole L. Blease.
Pink Smith, violation of the dispen- t1
sary lawv, pleaded guilty, sentenced to e:
pay a fine of $100 or three months on
the chain gang. p
Dave Feaster, violation of the dis
pensary law, sealed sentence by Judge
Watts, October 25, 1899, fine of $125 or ji
four months on the chain gang.
The following cases wvere continued:
Eligah Edwards et al., murder. o
Win. Conkle, assault with attempt to
ravish. In dlefault of $300 bond Conkle n<
was sent to jail. ti
Berley Cromer and Ellen Cromer, as
sault andl battery with intent to kill, al
Middleton Glymph, obtaining goodIs di
under false prietenlses. a'
E. McD). HIeller an(i D)ora Suber, for- b)
nication-. a'
WV. Amnmons A bramns, disposing of c<
p)roperty un(der lien, ai
Tyrenins Whitener, assault and bat- a
tery intent to kill. hi
J1. D). Jeter breach of trust. Ii
Gary .Jones and others, gambling. w
Ice Cream Festival.0
T1here will be an ice cream festival
at the seh,ool building in West F,nd on
Saturday evening from 8 to 11 for the
b)enefit of O'Neall street Methodistc
church. The p)eop)le from the city are t
sp)ecially invited.
Dr. Cromer to Deliver Address. z.
The following is from the White Rock hi
corresp)ondlence of the State: a
"A Sunday school celebration is to be n
held at St. Thomas' Evangelical
Lutheran church next Sal.orday. Ad- a;
dressea are to be madle on education, f
missions andl Sunday school work by n
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, Revs. S. C. Bail- c
lentine, B. D. Wessinger and others." n
A Curiosity. bi
Mr. .Jesse B. Adams, of No. 10 town- b
ship, brought to our office on Wednes.day ci
a curiosity in the shape of a cabbage, a
There were twenty well developed a
hard heads of cabbage, of course small, ir
growing on the same stalk. It is a b
curiosity and can be seen at Dri. Pel
ham's dIrug store where Mr. Adams ti
left it.
dagistrate Chappell Condemned for Lan
guage In Conkle Case-Several
Important Recommendations.
The grand jury made its presentment
md was discharged Wednesday.
Following is the
;ourt of General Sessions-August
Term, 1903.
.o His Honor Chas. G. Dantzler, Pre
siding Judge.
The Grand Jury most respectfully
resent, that we have carefully consid
red and acted upon all Bills of Indict
aent handed to us by the solicitor, and
ave turned same into court.
That we, through our committee,
ave examined all of the-county offices
-the dispensaries here and at Pros
erity, and the county home, and are
leased to report the same ali in good
The books of the different offices are
Drrectly, and in most cases, very neatly
There are now 22 inmates of the
Dunty home, all of whom are well
ared for.
We find that the roads of the county
re generally in poor condition. We
herefore urge the County Supervisor
) push work on same as fast as possi
We again beg to call the attention of
ic court to the railroad embankment
t Pomaria, S. C.,'which forms an ob
.ruction to the water of the branch at
iat place. And we recommend, that
ie Southern railroad authorities be re
ired at once to make an opening in
ie said embankment sufficient to allow
ie stream to pass through unobstructed.
The Grand Jury deems it necessary
condemn the language used by Mag
trate J. H[. Chappell, in the case of
obb against Conkle, as it appears in
he Herald and News of June 16, 1903,
> wit:
William Conkle was given a prelimi
try hearing before Magistrate Chap
11 Saturday morning and bound over
> the circuit court on the charge of
i attempt to ravish Miss Bobb, the
xteen-year-old daughter of William
obb. Both parties are white, and of
ie lower part of the county, in No. 10
)wnship. The warrant on which Con
le was arrested was sworn out by one
F the young woman's brothers. The
crest was made by Sheriff Buford,
id Conkle was turned over to Magis
'ate Chappell.
Magistrate Chappell said that if he
ere a petit jury he would dismiss the
large, but acting in the capacity of a
rand jury and having to hold the pris
ier on a probable evidence of guilt, he
-gretted very much to say that he
ould have to bind Conkle over to the
rcuit court. He said that he had tried
> get Miss Bobb's brother not to have
warrant issued, though he usually
rote warrants without a word, and
though he was an officer of the peace,
3 had tried to get the young woman 's
cothers to take the law into their owvn
inds if they thought there was any
~ason for so doing, and not bring the
atter into the courts. If he had it
do over again he would ab)solutely
~fuse to issue a warrant.
Conkle was released on a bond of $300
~r his appearance at the next term of
urt. The nrisoner was representedl
C'ole. L. Blease, Esq; the p)rosecu
ix by F. H. Dominick, Esq.
We desire to thank His Honor, and
me other court officials for courtesies
We recommend that our clerk be
tid the usual fee.
Jos. H1. Hutnter, Foreman.
On hearing the report of the grandl
mry Solicitor Sease took the following
On motion of T. S. Sease, Solicitor,
1. T1hat all recognizances which have
>t been specially dlischargedl, he con
nued over to the next term.
2. That bench warrants issue against
I persons against whom bills of in
ctment have been found at this,- or
iy former term, and who have not yet
3en bound over to answver the same;
id against ali persons wvho have been
mvicted at this or any former term,
id have not appeared to receive judig
cnt. And if any of the said persons
ive removedl from, or are ivithout the
milts of this county, that the bench
arrant against them, or any of them,
forwarded by the clerk to the sheriff'
F any and every county in this State,
which such piersons, or any of them,
asp)ectively reside, or may be found.
3i. That scire facias or rule to show
iuse issued against all p)ersons who
ave been bound over to p)rosecute, or
> answer, or to give evidence, andl who
ave niot appearedl, puIrsuant to the
:mdiition of ,their respective recogni
anices; andl also against all persons who
ave been summoned to attend court
s grandl or petit jurors and who have
ot attended, or been excused.
4. That process of execution issue
gainst all persons who at this, or any
rmer term, have been fined, and have
ot paidI their fines, or who have been
mnvicted, or p)leadied guilty, and have
t paidI the fees andI costs, taxedl andl
ie upon their respective prosecutions.
5. TIhat the clerk issue process to
id over all witnesses, who have not
een bound over, not only in prosecu
itions already returned to this court,
rid not finally disposed of but also in
Il prosecutions which may be return~ed
ito this ofice, by comp)etent authority
rifore the next term.
6. Tlhat a copy of p)aragraph IV of
ic final presentment of the grand jury
7. That a copy of paragraph V of sai
presentment be served upon the Rail
road Commissioners and upon the St
pervisor of Newberry County.
8. That a copy of paragraph VI o
said presentment be served upon Mag
istrate J. H. Chappell.
Aug. 5, 1903. Presiding Judge.
New Bank.
The new building for the People'
National Bank at Prosperity was com.
menced on yesterday, and as soon at
the building is completed the bank wil
be opened for business. The fixturei
have been ordered and the safe for th4
vault. The capital stock is $25,000.
The Oil Mill.
Mr. L. A. Sease, the president of th4
Oil Mill at Prosperity, seems to be th4
right man in the right place. 1 i
vushing the work right along and:whei
cotoleted our neighbors will have a
nice plant. Mr. Sease says the Mil
will be ready by October 1st, and th<
ginnery by the time cotton is ready foi
"I Love the Americans."
Rome, Aug. 5.--The Associated Prest
representative was received in audienc(
today by Pope Pius, being the firsi
journalists of any nationality to hav(
this honor. The pontiff graciously
granted the prayer of the correspondeni
to send a message to the Americain
p)eople, saying word for word:
"I love the Americans, who are il
the bloom of youth of Catholicism.
Convey to all of them how gladly I im
part my blessing to the whole coun
Educational Rallies.
Superintendent of Education E. S.
Werts is arranging to have some edu
ational rallies in the county. The 18th
it St. Paul's will be the first in the
.ounty. Speeches will be made by Prof.
I. G. Clinkscales, of Wofford College
md Prof. J. It. O'N. liolloway.
Another will be held at St,. l(ukes,
he time not yet having been fixed nor
he1 speakers selected.
Education and good roads go hand in
In Bad Condition.
The wagon bridge over Saluda river
wear Chappells where the railroad crosses
,he river is said to be in bad condition.
We do not know whether it is the duty
)f Newberry county or the joint duty
)f Newberry and Greenwood to keep
his bridge in repair or whether it is
-he duty of the railroad, but whose
3ver it is there is urgent need for re
>airs to be made. The wagon bridge
ised to be on the same track with the
-ailroad but some years ago when the
-ailroad built a new steel bridge it put
,irders on the outside and the wagon
bridge was built there. We are told
iow that this wagon bridge is roi 'en - -
,he floor in holes and the railing down
md that it is actually dangerous. Some
b>dy should give it attention and it
should be (lone without further delay.
~. crop the Newberry Roller Mill
will not grind after September 1st.
j3RUIT TREES-Mr. R. S. Perry
represents Smith Ulrgs. Nursery,
Concord, Ga., and wvill be glad to have
your orders for fruit trees.
W HY NOT GO: The excursion te
Asheville August 11th affords ai
rare op)portunity for a delightful outing
it very small cost.
U wieek at the soda fount and the
savings will enable you to drink the
v'ery best Morning Glory Coffee every
lay during the month. ry this high
~radc coffee. Sold only by Davenport
Zoupon With 25c. If Presented at Gilder &
Weeks' Store..
In order to test the Herald and Newsa
Lreat circulation and its superior ad
vertising value, we have made arrange
r.ien a wvith Gilder & Weeks the p)opu
lar dlruggist, to offer one of their
best sellhng medicines at half-price tc
any one who willl'cut out the following
coupon and present at their store.
This couponl entitles the holder to onc
50c. package of Dr. Howard's specific
for the cure of constipation and dlys.
pepsim at half price, 25c. we will refund
the money to any-dissatisfied purchaser.
Twenty-fIve Cents.
D)r. Howard's sl)ecific for the cure ol
constip)ation ain(ldj pepsia is not an un
known remedly. thas made many re
markable cures right here in Newberr3
and so p)ositive are Druggist Gilder &
Weeks of its great superiority in cur
mng(dysp)eJsia, constipation, sick head
ache and Ii ver troubles that they will,
in addition to selling it at half price,
refund the money to anyone whom it
does not cure.
If you cannot call at their store, cut
out the couponl and mail it with 25i
rents, amnd a 50 cents box of the specific
will be sent you by mail, charges p)aid.
D)o not putt it off. "One to-daRy is
worth two to-morrows.''
wanted for the Reagin School in
No. 8 Tlownship. School opens the
fifth (lay of October and runs seven
months-salary $30 a month. Applica
ions may be sent to any one 'of the
undlersigned trustees.
Newberrv. S. C.. Aug. 3d 1903
We have just received
a very pretty lot of Fan
Chains. Prices from
15c to $2.00 each.
Will be glad to have
you call and see our
line bcfore you buy.
Mays'Book store
TIE [101,11B6", 611TIFIER.
For Floors and Inte
rior Wood Work, Etc.
Nwerry ilmiware
For other Information.
Best in the World.
For sale by me
at close figures.
Guaranteed to give
Call on me at the
Bonded Warehouse, or
upon Win. T. Gaillard.
A Co0iplete Natilral Malillre,
W~(TIC Altid A(;I-NTrS lFOlt Ti'llIS
Comtyfo (;ennlinet P eruviani
Guno whIch is a comuplete, w,ell bal
aincet d tural manurIIIe, nt aining thle
prlinlcipal e'lement s of plant food in thew
miost sutitabile condiiit in. All pe'rsonis
desiring to avail themijselves of t lhe op
piortunity to get genuhine Il'eruivian
Guaino shoiuhl place iheir order withI ins
for samel( beflore Ithe tir1st ofi Sept ember'i,
after that dlate. For prices andi frt her
information aply to I
M III I-:':lVt Vlt\ I N II:ll I
-'iIh ati3n ol'd e i u -hi m i tb
dhilhy inrvit,ed
TI () Si.wart, .Ir St trtary
Warren White Sulphur Springs.
J4. I). CI,1, SN & SON, I '1(1oPI'RIlCTo(lts.
Variety of mineral waters. Ilevat ion
2,100 feet.. One miile fromi staitiotn. I"ouir
mitls daily. Cxcel'lenI.t table. Modern
buildings and eqipmennnt. Itates $25
per month. Special ratesn to families.
M ISS SUisild S(MMiEit, AsSOCI
. .ate of Victoria (Collg o(f~i f Muisic
of J,ondoni, Eing. , in i anol orej slaying;
Student at London (College~ of wi tsie niI..
.(der Emie IKI(elseni, I )r. I". .J. 1Karn, ml
lI. TV. Adams. AlIso gradIilate iri I'iano
:forte of Presblyteriani C ollege of Char
lotte, N. C., under D)r. C. If,. Fishier,
-will give instructions inl P'ianoforte,
Violin and Pipe Organ, also in Voice
Production andl Tlheoretical Music, and
will take every care to impact soundl
and thorough musical know ledge, and
insure the rapid pirogress of the studient.
TIhe best attention %vilIlibe giveni to the
teaching andI practical work on the in
strument chosenm.
. Full particulars wvill be gi ven regardl
either single or in suits
TABLES of all kinds,
Art Squares,
Rugs, Etc., Etc.
Everything found in a
first-class Furniture
store. We make a
specialty of framing
At Leavell's Old Stand.
Newberry, S. C.
Cannot speak; otherwise
it would tell its own story,
and were its organ of
speech as pronounced as
its one quality RELIABIL
ITY, no need of these re
marks. We do not claim
that it will cure Mumps,
Consumption, or grow hair
on bald heads, and in fact
we do not advise mothers
using it for Soothing Syrup
b)ut we do claim that there
is nothing better on the
market for Pain in the
Stomach, Colic, Cholera
Morbus, Diarrhoea and
PRICE 15c and 25c
and everything in the
line of STA PLE STA-.
TIONERY at the
Tablets from 2 cents
each up.
Beautiful Writing
Come and see.
Also a line of nice

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